Rico Sweatt also known as “Chili Most” and his brother, William Sweatt, known as “Z Most” have created a socially conscious song that they hope will change the mindset of society.
“Stop The Violence” speaks to the issues of governmental wars, gang and drug wars, domestic violence and gun violence. Chili Most gives credit in the song to the message of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Growing up in Tey learned that oneerre Haute, Ind. during the Civil Rights Movement, Chili and Z Most said th man could make a difference.
Chili and Z Most believe their music is an assignment from God.
“The plan with (the) International Stop the Violence Campaign is to raise the awareness to the epidemic of senseless killing that is going on with our young men and women in this country and inspire them to reach their full potential, said Chili Most. “(The) goal is to cut the killing by 50 percent in this country and worldwide by 10 percent.”
The duo said it has gained the support of the National People’s Movement, People’s Movement for Change, 100 Black Men, NAACP, National Action Network, Justice Seekers Texas, Nashville Peacemakers, Concerned Citizens Against Violence and others.