BROOKLYN, NY. – Board certified internal medicine trauma critical care physician and anesthesiologist, Dr. Kiki Hurt alongside her music troupe GlobalMusic4 Life, releases their new album In God We Trust on iTunes. The album, which features nine songs, is the second release in their “music for medicine” anthology and spreads the message of health and wellness throughout the project. The album features catchy songs over popular, familiar beats which are all produced by Dr. Hurt herself in conjunction with various artists including song writer and performer, lead producer Marty James.

The fan favorite single is “One More Chance,” a cover of The Notorious B.I.G.’s classic single, which encourages listeners to take another stab at living life the healthy way. “The Man,” another known track from the project, emphasizes how pride can sometimes get in the way of taking proper physical care which could result in life threatening circumstances. In another track called “ICU,” Dr. Hurt acknowledges the individual patient, and highlights the importance of catering to their unique needs to aid in the recovery process. The entire project enforces good health and proper self-care.

Dr. Hurt is the creative director of GlobalMusic4 Life who handpicks her group of talented vocalists, rappers, and musicians. Known as “the alternative to ObamaCare”, Dr. Hurt’s affinity for healthcare is a result of her esteemed tenure and dedication to the medical field. Her passion was birthed after witnessing an alarming amount of fatalities firsthand that were a result of preventable diseases. Dr. Hurt is using the platform of music to inform, educate and provide the resources needed to improve the quality of life for many, no matter race, sexual orientation, age or gender.

In God We Trust is now available on iTunes as well as several other online retail stores. For more of Dr. Hurt’s expertise, be sure to also purchase her book Mini Medical School Mini Book 1: How the Body Works and When to Seek Medical Attention which is available now on iTunes. For further information contact Domenick Nati at [email protected]