The air was bustling last Wednesday evening with sounds of a raspy trumpet and vocal melodies.
 It’s safe to say that the RADA Unearthed Volume Two album launch, RADAs third music album was a spectacular success. 
Thank you for the invite to attend 

RADA is an acronym for Rape, Alcohol, Drug, Abuse and is a Non-Profit Organization based in Johannesburg. 

The NGO was founded by the current CEO John-Paul Nobrega eight years ago with the aim to bring about positive change in the world. 
The multifaceted organization adopts and supports various homes and centres which include orphanages, old age homes, Early Childhood Development centres, schools, homes for the disabled, shelters for the homeless and day care centres situated in various vulnerable communities in South Africa. 

‘RADA Unearthed Volume Two’ is a six-track compilation album featuring songs from genres which include pop, adult contemporary and world music with each track narrating an inspiring story. 
Recorded at The Hit Lab Recording Studio in Johannesburg, ‘RADA Unearthed Volume Two’ features an all-star line-up of local musicians. 

Listen here please https://li.sten.to/radaunearthedvol2ep

Live performances on the night from Howie Combrink (pictured), Me-Ko, Lily Hollows and Steven Lee Lewis with MC Clint Brink as the voice of the evening entertaining the special guests which included national media and RADA supporters.

Caroline Borole, who features on the album is currently on tour in New Zealand with the stage production of TINA, in which she plays the leading lady and Timothy Moloi a close friend and proud supporter of RADA also currently on a tour were not able to perform at the event, however their messages of encouragement and spectacular music videos were enjoyed by a welcoming audience. 

RADA Unearthed is the music side of RADA and focus on empowering people and creating a platform that assists all musical artists from all genres of music to showcase their talents. In addition, through RADA CARE we have developed the RADA Music Project, which is aimed at aiding individuals in all communities within South Africa who would like to be part of the musical arts. The purpose is to ignite the passion for music and to give the artist the opportunity to explore a hidden talent. 
The RADA Music Project aims to awaken a sense of hope in people and to create an outlet in which expressing one-self is made possible 

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