- The data will be used to publish a report in May.
UK organisation Black Lives In Music is urging Black artists to take part in a groundbreaking survey.
The survey covers the various issues Black artists face in the industry, including racism, mental health, well-being and economic disparity. The data will shape the organisation's first annual report in May.
"We are bringing together all Black musicians and music professionals for this research in order to create change," says BLIM cofounder Charisse Beaumont. "Your participation will make this data, which currently doesn't exist, the most powerful data set about Black musicians in the world, which will be used to drive positive and lasting change."
Black Lives In Music was launched earlier this month in a bid to redress racial inequality in the music industry. Read more about the organisation.
Take the survey.