Last month, Malina Moye launched the #IAMENOUGH Campaign in support of her empowering Bad as I Wanna Be single "Enough," which is all about embracing our individuality and refusing to change who we are to fit inside societal guidelines no matter the circumstances.
The lefty guitarist's album would subsequently top the Billboard Blues chart in the following weeks, dated May 8 and May 15. Many have stepped up and added fuel to the campaign by posting photos to social media including gospel singer Yolanda Adams, Sister Sledge member Kathy Sledge, and Boyz II Men’s Shawn Stockton.
The Minneapolis native defines the movement herself asking people across the globe to "celebrate who you are right now, not who you want to be, but who you are now in this moment." With May being Mental Health Awareness month, the spiritually elevating campaign is a fitting one.
Fans are encouraged to join by tagging Moye in their posts to social media with the hashtag #IAMENOUGH. All of the proceeds from T-shirts purchased in Malina Moye's web store will be donated to the Drive Hope Foundation, which serves inner-city youth.