South Africans, RnB musician Danny K and Kwaito superstar Kabelo have joined forces in steering a new campaign that will help to fight against crime in South Africa. Over 40 South African music artists have come together to sing “Shout” a remake of the 80’s song by Tears for Fear. The song aims to bring awareness and hope to the citizens of South Africa.
South Africa has been said to be one of the most beautiful countries in the world but it has been troubled with problems of crimes born out of anger and greed. Danny K created the idea for the Shout campaign after the senseless murder of reggae star Lucky Dube in 2007. The aim is to make people believe that they can make a difference in building a safer country.
Some of the artists that lend their voices for free to the song are hip hop artist HHP, RnB/soul singer Lira and rock and roll musician Arno Carstens. South African celebrities ranging from DJs, actors, models and comedians also feature on the music video.
“Shout” is a non-profit organization and all proceeds from downloads and sales will go to charities that help victims of crime and prevention of crime initiatives.
Written by Sam Zungu
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