BLOOMFIELD, NJ-- Back in late April 2020As the novel coronavirus was in its early stages, a twelve-year Belleville, New Jersey career firefighter/EMT, Michael Sarno, emerged from the front-lines of the global pandemic to spread hope, proper precautionary measures and overall awareness of Covid-19's severity. Sarno released a remixed Wu-Tang inspired song, titled BFD Gold "#CovidCalls"

Seeing the effects of the pandemic first hand through his career as a firefighter/EMT, Sarno knew he needed to get the message out to the masses about being safe and taking COVID seriously. The video/original song was picked up by media outlets as well as celebrities and garnered over 500,000 views on major media platforms across the globe. Members of Wu Tang Clan even shared the video on social media.  

With COVID cases increasing and witnessing the ever-growing civil unrest across the country, Sarno’s decided to make and release his second ever studio session birthed "#Changes2021" (A remake of Tupac Shakur’s timeless hit: “Changes”). 

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The video was directed by Gennaro Ilaria, Michael Sarno, veteran rapper William Cooper, and Lucy Papandrea.

Sarno spoke of the importance of “#Changes2021”, stating, “We need to regain accountability and a sense of patriotism.  Regardless of our differences or who you voted for, we are all humans and have the right to an equitable society. I hope this video will bring people together in peace to speak with equal voice.”

BFD Gold (Michael Sarno) Social Media Handles:

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Twitter- @BFDgold