Premium streaming service, Hulu announced a multi-city record store takeovers in homage to the launch of their new series, High Fidelity. To raise awareness for music education, Hulu partnered with Music Will and donated 50% of all gross sales made in stores over the course of the three-day takeover period.
“In celebration of our premiere, High Fidelity is proud to help raise awareness and funding for music education in public schools. For me, music has always been more than a hobby, but a necessary part of my life. I was lucky enough to have grown up with the privilege of having access to instruments, music teachers and great records, but I know for many that is not the case. I am honored to have the opportunity to contribute to Music Will’s commitment in empowering future generations of music lovers and makers.”
Zoe Kravitz, star and executive producer of High Fidelity.