Sunday, February 26, 2012


Tyrese Gibson Celebrates Black History Month with Jill Scott and Blair Underwood in Historical Tribute

 In a world of tragedy and triumph, actor/musician Tyrese Gibson takes the ultimate leap of faith with A Dreamer’s Dream.  “This was a God sent vision, an idea and I was obedient and moved on it,” says Tyrese Gibson. “I hope the messages in this tribute is embraced and received around the world.”    

A Dreamer’s Dream comes on the heels of Black History Month and poses the ultimate questions of responsibility and accountability. Written and produced by Tyrese Gibson, A Dreamer’s Dream tells the tale of a man at the crossroads of life. At his wits end, he reaches out for answers only to be graced with the presence of the ultimate dreamer Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  and his wife, Coretta Scott King who proposes answers to some of the many plights which most Americans face today.

In addition to Tyrese Gibson, A Dreamer’s Dream features Blair Underwood, Grammy Award Winner for Best Spoken Word Album, 2008. Blair, as a man in a state of pain and rage, begs to ask the question which many of us ask every day: “What are my next steps?”  
“This exploration into the possible thoughts and feelings of Dr. Martin Luther King and our world today, is unforgettable!” says Blair. “I’m honored to have been asked to participate.”

“This video moved me and educated me. I am so grateful to Tyrese for asking me to be part of such an inspirational project,” says Jill Scott who voices the role Coretta Scott King. “Dr. King’s vision has NOT been forgotten.  Watching this touching video will remind us all that there is much to be done within ourselves.”

A Dreamer’s Dream ask the question as to where would we be today had Dr. King lived?  What kind of society would we be had Dr. King’s dream been fulfilled? A Dreamer’s Dream forces one to recognize the role that  s/he plays in today’s often tumultuous world.

“This was not an opportunity, it was a responsibility. We are amongst a lost generation looking for inspiration and a sense of direction. My love and prayers will continue for the King family and all of the civil rights leaders who sacrificed everything to get us to where we are today,” says Tyrese.

A Dreamer’s Dream is available through social networks:

Praying where Dr. Martin Luther King laid assassinated

For more information on A Dreamer’s Dream and Tyrese Gibson please contact Biff Warren or Joe Wiggins at 347.359.6930 or 


  1. As an African living in Ghana where we just celebrated our 55th Independence day on 6th of March, i take great pride in what Dr. Martin Luther King stood for. And its great to see so many black youth today around the world trying to learn how all this great leaders in all the turmoil around them still stood their ground and fought for their generation and all those to follow to have a say in how their lives is to be affected in every decision making process. I hope we get more leaders who will dedicate themselves selflessly to follow his steps.I say 'Ayekoo' (well done)to Dr Martin Luther King, Dr Kwame Nkrumah, W.E.B Du Bois, Nelson Mandela, etc. for inspiring us to be who we are. And thank you Mr Tyrese for being an ''individual'' push force and inspiration to the youth today.........!!!!!
    @tatyanafel on twitter.

  2. Thanks for taking the time out of your busy schedule to join the march from Selma to Montgomery in honor of the ones that gave their lives for our right to vote you dont see many young adults engaging themselves in important events like this one we need more young adults like you may God bless you be blessed and encouraged @K.Rainey2 on twitter

  3. Love you Man.,,Such a good soul...Your idol - Vincent Burnett

  4. Heart Gripping! keep up the good work bruv.

  5. Tyrese, Thank you for being the strong person you are. More people need to be like you but I know the pain that comes from staring into the darkness. Not depression but the world you have discovered. So many people are afraid, within this last week, I posted things on my facebook trying to show people the door. Yet no one commented on them but my wife. Thank you again for how you choose to struggle. What follows is something I wrote for the coast to coast am radio program which they played on air as part of a listeners narrative.
    For there to be any real change we must all stand, taller than any single issue. Mankind has always fought through and overcame corruption and oppression. One man fought through hate and violence history remembers him as Hitler. One man fought through peace and freedom, We the people praise him as Martin Luther King Jr. One wanted death, One wanted to change ideals. My point is One man said "Stand behind me" and he failed, the other man said "Stand beside me" so if we all stand hand in hand, we will find what we are looking for. All we need is the One correct person to extend their hands.


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