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The best kept secret in music


"National Anti-Bullying Week"

The Bullybusters project took part in a number of events during national anti-bullying week – 21st to 25th November 2005. During the week a whole range of activities took place to raise awareness of bullying and of the services and support that is available to people who are experiencing some form of bullying.

These included, an Anti Bullying Court hearing in Wirral and Peer mentor training and awareness presentations in Sefton. 365 blue balloons were set off in Knowsley all carrying anti bullying messages.

To mark the end of the week, a grand finale took place on Friday 25th November at the Liverpool Lighthouse in Oakfield Road, Liverpool. It was a magnificent event, with hundreds of children attending from a number of schools throughout Merseyside.

From the Lighthouse auditorium the audience listened to Lauren J who performed a song that she herself had written about her friend, who had been through traumatic experience at the hands of bullies at her school.

There was a tremendous a round of applause from the crowd as rap band ‘4Saken and Combat Solja'z’ joined the stage to perform their anti bullying rap song which they had written and recorded with mentors ‘Souls Rest’ especially for national anti bullying week. Crowds of children joined in and gave a standing ovation, many of them rapping from the aisles. Band member, Kane Awork, is no stranger to bullying; he was constantly taunted from the beginning of his senior school, he finally had to leave. As a result of his experience, Kane and the rest of ‘Max Pain Crew’ was able to write lyrics that describe what it is like to be bullied and hopefully get the message across to bullies of the pain that they can cause to their victims.
- Local Solutions


Oct to Dec 2005 - Bully Busters (regular airplay on Liverpool stations juice and Radio City)


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4saken are a duo based in Liverpool England and have been working, performing and recording together for almost six years. The duo have only recently gone by the name 4saken after being in an urban music collective and deciding to part from them and become a duo. Supporting such megastars as Dru Hill and Sisqo, these two young men are destined for big things in the music industry. 4saken have performed to crowds of thousand s at such five star venues as : The Liverpool Summer Pops, The Liverpool academy, The Virgin Cola Festival in Manchesters Castlefield and at numerous large scale festivals in Liverpools princess park. They have also played at the biggest concert in Liverpool in August 2006, The Matthew St. Festival! The full scale support these two have from their community and fan base is unbelievable and their reputation for being the best unsigned act in Liverpool is surely close to being the truth. the stage is set for total domination by this amazing double act. Look out for 4saken, their time has come! The meaning of the name 4saken: 4saken by others so together we walk alone