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COMING HOME TO HOMELESS”

Limited Ink Entertainment announces the launch of the music video Coming Home to Homeless from its upcoming LP American PrideThe words and music come from the heart and soul of the artist Jett Edwards whose mission is to bring affordable housing, hope and healing within urban communities afflicted by discord and displacement. All proceeds from the downloads of this song goes toward combatting Homelessness and Community Healing. Visit: www.jettedwards.com to download the Progressive Web App.
All donations and 100% of all proceeds from downloads go towards this great cause, visit: www.believerstoday.org
Edwards’ earlier billboard hit singles Made in America, Blood Oil, and Powerful highlight his love for his country and his concern for the challenges faced by homeless Americans and military veterans.
His continued artistic works underscore Limited Ink Entertainment’s commitment to produce songs and music to make listeners more deeply aware of the need to combat homelessness. But his endeavors go beyond artistic creation. With the help and dedication of two long time friends, he formed a partnership to create a new company, Urban Creation. www.urbancreationusa.com
The newly formed company plans to open a factory in North Carolina and in Georgia to produce affordable fabricated homes. The three partners are now in negotiation with the state government officials to implement their production facilities and to make their planning a reality.
Limited Ink Entertain’s launch of the music video Coming Home to Homeless is just one in a series of undertakings to awaken viewers to the need of positive action to attack the problems of homelessness and despair. www.limitedinkentertainment.com

The Label is currently signing new artist: Stevie Toya, from Japan Mass Choir and others Worldwide. 
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JETT EDWARDS

  • Founder/CEO (Chief Executive Officer) Believers Today, Non-Profit Music Outreach Organization that specializes in trauma healing and emotional care.
  • 2015 Gospel Music (Dove Awards Nominee, Best Traditional LP Of The Year
  • Humanitarian Goodwill Ambassador, and Professional Educator
  • Founder of 1,000 voice Japanese choir (Japan Mass Choir)

Biography

Edwards; Singer, Songwriter, Producer, Bassist, wrote his first hit song in U.S at the age of 14, on Philly Sound Records, Lonely Man. He is an entrepreneur with an extensive background of over thirty-five professional years in entertainment, international concert promotions, music and film producing and directing, artist development, and digital content management. In 1979, he founded Sonic Jett Production. As a recording artist Jett Edwards has more than five Top 10 hit songs released on the U.S. Billboard charts. As a songwriter and producer, he's stopped counting. Edwards has managed/produced and collaborated with artists such as The Jackson’s family label (Jackson Records as A &R Director), Leon Ware, Wayne Henderson, Five Blind Boys of Mississippi and Alabama, Charlie Wilson, Edgar Winter, Gap Band, KC & The Sunshine Band, Swan Silvertones, Soul Stirrers, Janet Jackson, Diana Ross, The Crusaders, Tuck & Patti, James Brown, Dionne Warwick, Isley Brothers, The Temptations, George Benson and Motown Records.

Edwards has spent the past twenty six years abroad in Asia-Japan opening business opportunities and building a bridge of opportunities for many American companies currently operating throughout Asia today. He has served for concert promotions and management companies in the U.S. and Japan supporting companies including Rising Productions, Creative Man Production, Udo and Kyodo Tokyo, Avex artist development, Stargate, Sun Music, and Watanabe Productions etc. In 2002, Edwards produced Japan’s first International Music School of Arts. In 2004, he served as COO of Wisdom Entertainment Network, Inc, Japan’s largest holder of American mobile digital content, celebrity ringtones, mobile site development, partnering with companies like Duwango, Ito-Chu, Dentsu, Polydor, Universal Vivendi, Universal Music, Walt Disney, etc. He is currently a Japanese Government employee, twelve year Professional Educator at Tokyo Gakugei- Dai-Gaku, (University in English), teaching Music and American Culture.

In 2009, Edwards launched a nonprofit organization, Believers Today, which is a music outreach organization where he is now applying his business and creative acumen. Its main purpose is to uplift the hearts & souls of those in need due to disasters, various trauma and other unforeseen situations. Spiritually driven Edwards returned to his roots and begun his Gospel Music journey in Japan using music to embrace humanity and encourage people who were impacted by the 2011 Tsunami. Through Believers Today, he and others would visit the devastated areas of Tohoku, Ishinomaki, Fukushima, and many other surrounding areas and over twelve U.S. states encouraging all with the healing of songs.

Edwards also co-founded Japan Mass Choir, 1,000 members, the world’s largest community Gospel choir and the first Japanese gospel recording artist to ever hit USA Billboard Gospel Music charts #3. The group is still in high demand for USA tours and was nominated the Dove Awards in 2016.

In 2017, Edwards attended classes at SIM, the Trauma Healing Institution, where he became certified as an Apprentice Facilitator for Trauma Healing through a program offered by The American Bible Society. Since then, he has held trauma healing, music therapy and Instrumental healing sessions for hundreds of military veterans, recovering disaster survivors, individuals, families, communities, churches and other outreach organizations as part of Believers Today's Songs on Wheels and I Believe Tours in USA and Japan.

Awards

  • Grammy Award as a bassist with the world famous legendary Five Blind Boys of Mississippi
  • The Presidential Volunteer Service Award
  • Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award
  • The Congressional Honorary Citizen Award, in Atlanta, GA, (World Ambassador Of Goodwill)
  • Presented by Senator Donzella James, during Black History Month 2016 for his many contributions through American Music and International Cultural Affairs, recognized and signed by Secretary of State; Mr. Brian P. Kemp.

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