Pop/R&B Singer Anjali World joins Baroness Kimberly Moore for ‘Keeping Harmony Alive’

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It was close to 5 years ago when a high school in Los Angeles was getting ready to shut down their music program due to lack of funds and instruments. Music was the one thing that fueled many of these high school kids to stay on the right track and out of trouble. One of the music students Grissel Luna had previously witnessed how Baroness Kimberly Moore had helped some impoverished families in Bell Gardens and reached out to the Baroness in hopes that her school’s music program could be saved as well.

Grissel’s instinct was right as Baroness Kimberly Moore and her foundation was able to save the music programs at Bell Gardens High School by supplying them with enough instruments to secure it for the next 15-20 years through her' Keeping Harmony Alive Program.'

To celebrate this victory R&B singer AnjaliWorld joined the Baroness to give a speech to the graduating music class of 2014!

Anjali World, who currently has a single out called “We Turn Up” Featuring ‘French Montana’surprised the students and shared with them her journey in music and mostly encouraged them to never give up pursuing their dreams and passions.

“All of us have a burning passion inside our hearts that fuels us every day.  Our passions help us wake up in the morning and continue on. Our passions unite us and also make us unique.  That passion helps us build our dreams and make them a reality” Anjali World shared with the class.

'Keeping Harmony Alive' Is dedicated to saving music programs in schools. The program focuses on collecting instruments and funds to supply instruments and mentoring to keep the music programs alive in the greater Los Angeles area. 

Check out the photo above and to learn more about Keeping Harmony Alive and how you can help, you can visit www.KimberlyMooreFoundation.Org.

To learn more about Anjali and her new single with French Montana, please click here