A pop singers tribute to fallen stars and his safe substance use education campaign

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On this interview, we talk to Evan Safford, a pop singer making his second appearance on the show. The first interview was about his searies “Help Hollywood, I’m Trapped In New Mexico”.

He is back to talk about his safe substance use education campaign. We talk about his latest music video, his personal challenges with drugs, young men lost in adiction, and how the passing of singer Juice World motivated him to help educate people about drugs.

Guest: Pop Singer, Evan Safford

“Live Like You Can’t Die” is a 2020 Electronic/Dance/Rock song from EVAN SAFFORD the self described “popstar for the outcasts” hopes this song and the
music visual can remedy the fetanyl epidemic. 

“Juice Wrld overdosed the week after we filmed the music video” Evan says. “ And my manager saw how I kinda went through a depression after hearing the news. I ended up cancelling my show the day he died . And hearing the details of how he died , it really pissed me off how so many were saying they weren’t surprised. And I’m thinking he’s 21 and you weren’t surprised? Then it kinda hit me how little education young adults are given about safety drug using practices”.  I mean they teach sex education in school . Why isn’t there mandatory drug education?” 

Live like you can’t die

The safety of young men

Video Version of the interview.

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