The idea of music bringing people together is one that musicians are rightfully taking full advantage of in the name of many good causes. One example of this is the upcoming collaboration charity single, ‘Celebrate Life’, which is set to be released on December 18th of this year.
Inspired by the story of a boy called Jaden who is suffering with an incurable brain disease, the single is a collection of reggae, jungle, dance and drum and base. All genres or styles of music that keep Jaden in his cheerful and positive mood throughout his illness. Defying all odds Jaden has recently celebrated his 11th birthday and just continues to provide outstanding inspiration.
Created in unifying support of Demelza (a hospice which provides support for families with terminally ill children) Celebration of Life is an abundance of UK musical talent. From the likes of: Demolition Man, Jr. Dangerous, Navigator, Tippa Irie, General Levy, Alaska MC and Cowboy Ranger. These musical combinations all mixed by Liondub in his own New York studios. ‘Celebrate Life’ is an uplifting, inspiring, cheerful, catchy song that promises to help anyone struggling with things beyond their control. A reminder that just because life isn’t always fair doesn’t mean we shouldn’t beat it down by enjoying it regardless. The song showcases an overwhelming combination of musical talent from different genres coming together to create something completely unique.
Watch the music video for ‘Celebrate Life’ here: https://youtu.be/ryNIeQ6AUh4
To continue the support of this song, all the artists mentioned will be headlining Jungle Fever at Ministry of Sound on December 22nd in London. As well as this they will be preforming an unmissable new track ‘Think Positive’, also created in support of the Celebration of Life project. The second track also features Sweetie Irie, Ragga Twins, Joseph Lalibela and Johnny Dolla. All proceeds from ‘Celebrate Life’ are going to Demelza hospice so make sure to get involved with music we can all enjoy and a cause we can all get behind.
Learn more about the incredible work of Demelza hospice here: https://www.demelza.org.uk/
By Skye W. Winwood