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Cordae has coupled with Disney Dreamers Academy, and ESPN’s The fund scholarships are for underrepresented communities attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities. The Maryland artist was asked to appear on the upcoming Liberated/Music for the Movement Vol. 3 EP and chose to donate money to HBCU students, which Disney and The Undefeated then matched.

“So many people need the money more than I do,” Cordae said in a statement. “I feel as though when you’re in such a blessed position, it’s important to pay that forward to be a blessing to others. It’s essential to me to invest in our youth and the future. Young people are the future of our society and the world, so we must do all we can to ensure they are properly positioned to succeed.”

He continued, “If I can spark the brains of a few future world leaders and geniuses, I’ll die a happy man.”

Cordae contributes a Common collaboration called “What’s Life” to the Liberated/ Music for the Movement Vol. 3 EP, which is estimated to appear on Friday (June 18) with other tracks from Lucky Daye and Chloe Bailey. On the same day, he’ll present as a special guest on Stephen A. Smith’s Stephen A’s World on ESPN+ to commemorate Juneteenth.

Grammy-nominated Cordae went to college himself but dropped out of Towson University in 2018 to focus on his music career.

“This art form is about having fun and expressing yourself,” he told Highsnobiety in August 2019. “When it is just a job, then that takes the real kick out of it [for the fans]. I dropped out of college because I was miserable as f*ck, and making music was my dream, so having fun is important.”

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