- Cordae has partnered with Disney Dreamers Academy and ESPN.
- Unbeatable to fund scholarships for underrepresented communities attending historically black colleges and universities.
The Maryland rapper is in Liberated / Music for the Movement Vol. Three EPs chose to donate money to HBCU students, which Disney and The Undefeated later matched.
“So many people want more money than me,” Corde said in a statement. “I believe that it is essential that you pay upfront, even if you are in one of these blessed roles, to be a blessing to others. I need to invest money in our children and our destiny. Young people are the fate of our society and industry, so we must do everything in our power to ensure that they are well-positioned to be successful. “
He added, “If I can ignite the brains of some future international leaders and geniuses, happy people will die.” Cordae contributed to the collaboration known as “What’s Life” in Liberated / Music for the Movement Vol.
Three EPs will be released on Friday (June 18), with more tracks by Lucky Daye and Chloe Bailey. On the same day, he will be a unique visitor to Stephen A. Smith’s Stephen A Smith’s World on ESPN+ to rejoice at the age of eleven. Grammy-nominated Cordae attended university on his own but dropped out of Towson University in 2018 to recognize his profession.
“This art form is all about having fun and expressing yourself,” he told Highsnobiety in August 2019. If it were just one chore, it would take a real punch [for fans]. I dropped out of college because I was depressed. After all, making love became my dream, so having fun was the key. “
In April, he released the EP Just to… EP with Q-Tip and Young Thug, along with production credits from Raphael Saadiq, Terrace Martin, Take a Daytrip, and Cardiak – see four tracks below.