“Ready Set Go” is a song that encourages kids to be prepared for greatness by applying the right attitude to get going to conquer their goals. Whether they’re getting ready for school or just getting ready to try something new, being ready and prepared are the first steps to accomplishing anything. The song is the first single from Divinity Roxx’s first Family Music project set to release in the Fall.
This tune is equal parts fun and empowering and encourages kids to prepare themselves for greatness from the moment the day begins. Whether getting ready for school or just getting ready to try something new, being prepared is the first step to accomplishing anything. The next steps, Divinity says, are to put on a smile, add a dash of confidence, the right attitude, and then you’re ready to Go!
ABOUT DIVINITY ROXX
Divinity Roxx is a Grammy-nominated American recording artist, composer, and musician, with three solo albums (Ain’t No Other Way – 2003, The Roxx Boxx Experience – 2012, ImPossible – 2016). In addition to her own work, she is well known for touring and performing with Beyoncé Knowles (2006–2011) as her bassist and Musical Director. Her career as a bass-player skyrocketed after attending a bass camp led by the legendary 5 time Grammy award winning bass virtuoso, Victor Wooten where she was invited to join him on tour.
Divinity has appeared on countless television shows including The Grammy’s, SNL, Good Morning America, The World Music Awards and more, with personal highlights including a special performance at The White House and an appearance on the hit TV show ‘Soul Man’. She is the current bass player in the Black Girls Rock! orchestra, which airs annually on BET. Her 2016 release ‘ImPossible’ received critical acclaim and earned her an Independent Music Award for ‘Best Spoken Word Album’. She is currently performing around the world, teaching master classes and writing multiple projects including a new solo album, a stage play, and a series of children’s books with accompanying music.
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