When Midlothian resident Corey “Sage” Fauconier read an article in the Times-Dispatch last December about Rastafarian inmates in segregation for their dreadlocks, he was troubled. “Rastafari saved my life,” Sage says. “It allowed me to become a better man, father, husband, employee and business owner.” First he wrote letters to Virginia politicians. Then he did what he does best and made music. Sage, who was named by Richmond.com last year as one of Richmond’s best musicians, collaborated with Rob Beats Wilkinson, Marcus Johnson and Joy Wallace on the song “I n I Rastafari” in which he explains his spiritual beliefs. Available on CDBaby.com, you can listen to the track below. Contact Sage at firstname.lastname@example.org.