Guyanese musician, Apache Waria has a new release titled “World Peace.” In the refrain, Apache implores, “War again. All we want is world peace.” With 20 years in the music industry, he has worldwide followers in the Dancehall, Soca, Reggae and Chutney music genres.
BALTIMORE, March 29, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Two-time lifetime-achievement award winner, Guyanese musician Apache Waria, is releasing a new song about the urgent need for world peace. He is using his musical platform to reach listeners around the world to end Russia’s war against Ukraine.
For the past 20 years, the influential Guyanese musician has played an instrumental role in promoting Caribbean-inspired genres of music to the world, including Dancehall, Chutney, Soca and Reggae.
“Music has always been a big part of my being. I want to use my platform to expose the sweet sounds of Caribbean music to the rest of the world. There are so many other problems in the world today, but I am definitely sad about this war and I am against it. I want to use my talent to instigate some form of change.” – Apache Waria
With his passion for music, Apache wants to reach his global audience to galvanize opinion against Russian aggression. In his song, “World Peace,” he voices his condemnation of Russia’s invasion—its violation of Ukraine’s territory and its inhumane killing of innocent civilians.
“I am trying to reach out to people through music to let them know that what’s happening is wrong. It’s time for all of us to unite and live as one people. Let’s not repeat the past. I am hoping my song “World Peace” can change minds and bring peace, love and unity.” – Apache Waria
Apache Waria was born in Berbice, Guyana. At the tender age of 5, he migrated with his father and brother to New York. The family settled down in Queens, New York where he attended Susan B Anthony Academy Middle School and Hillcrest High School.