Corey Taylor, the iconic frontman of Slipknot and Stone Sour, has announced a new music video project of SIXX:A.M. he took part in and stated that every view to the video helps to raise funds to fight the opioid epidemic.
The talented and benevolent musician has addressed a way to his fans for helping a great cause. On International Overdose Awareness Day, Taylor asked his followers to stream the collaboration song, ‘Maybe It’s Time,’ he performed along with SIXX:A.M., Joe Elliott, Brantley Gilbert, Ivan Moody, Slash, AWOLNATION, and Tommy Vext.
Corey stated that every time we stream the song or watch the official music video on YouTube, it will help to raise money for fighting the opioid addiction. The project, which has been hugely supported by the donators and over two million views for the video, is a product of both the Global Recovery Initiatives Foundation and Better Noise Music.
Global Recovery Initiatives Foundation partners with public, private, and pop culture leaders and organizations to help advance national and local recovery initiatives. Their aim is to create a world where all people in recovery from substance use disorders have access to the services and support they need.
Here is what Corey Taylor said in his latest announcement on Twitter:
“On International Overdose Awareness Day you can help save lives! Every time you stream Maybe It’s Time or watch the video you help raise money to fight the opioid epidemic. All artist royalties go to Global Recovery Initiatives Foundation. Let’s save lives.”
You can see the tweet and check out the music video of ‘Maybe It’s Time’ below.
On #InternationalOverdoseAwarenessDay you can help save lives! Every time you stream Maybe It’s Time or watch the video you help raise money to fight the opioid epidemic. All artist royalties go to @GlobalRecovery3 . #LetsSaveLiveshttps://t.co/aI6fMRIPdl pic.twitter.com/s9Ioxx3Wvo
— Corey Taylor (@CoreyTaylorRock) August 31, 2020