Heroes: Jay Carter, Oronike Odeleye

Jay Carter is the Founder of the historic One Music Fest, a two-day event that encourages unity and celebrates diversity through music. Jay is also involved in various programs, initiatives and businesses throughout the year in addition to the festival including nonprofit work, leadership events, and panels.

Oronike Odeleye is the festival director of One Music Fest and an advocate for women's rights.

In 2017, she co-founded the #MuteRKelly campaign to advocate for the Black community's divestment from R. Kelly and remove his music from the Atlanta radio stations.

“It is bigger than music and our motto is to continuously feed the culture and push it forward using music as a hub,” - Jay Cartero

Artist: Fabian Williams aka OccasionalSuperstar

Fabian Williams, @OccasionalSuperstar, is an artist and muralist living in Atlanta, GA. His iconic work is focused on Black culture of both the past and the future. It can be found across the city showcasing politically and socially relevant themes.

Fabian earned his BFA from East Carolina University in Illustration before working in advertising for brands like Nike, Warner Bros, and HBO. Today, he has been featured at Art Basel, on CNN, Headline News, Great Big Story, in The Los Angeles Times, New York Times, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution along with many more.i


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