By: Michael “The Sizzler” Jacobs, Staff Writer

The Global LGBTQ rights movement Rainbow Riots has finally unleashed the long await new music video ‘Set Me Free’ [2018] which is the highly anticipate song composed and produced by founder of the Rainbow Riots, Swedish artist and activist Petter Wallenberg. The music video also features appearances by Ugandan artists Kowa Tigs and D Black.

The music track was originally released as part of the acclaimed Rainbow Riots album which was released in Summer 2017. The video which was also directed by Wallenberg, spotlights the Ugandan LGBTQ community the day after the Ugandan police interrupted its Pride Uganda celebration and proceeded to threaten to arrest all attendees.

The Rainbow Riots prides themselves for being an international organization with a collective group of artist working for LGBTQ equality and rights.

Petter Wallenberg spoke out on LGBT Equality…“In Uganda it’s illegal to be LGBT and life for queer people can be like a prison. With this song we are giving voice to a community in desperate need to be set free.” said Wellenberg.

Kowa Tigs added…“One day the chains will be broken and freedom will be gained.”

Plus, the Rainbow Riots wants you to now that all proceeds from the ‘Set Me Free’ single and album sales will go towards Rainbow Riots’ work empowering the Ugandan LGBT community.

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