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Prodigy among the various African voices singing a hymn of solidarity against covid-19

The rapper Prodígio was chosen to represent Angola in the project "African Anthem of Solidarity against covid-19". The Angolan artist is one of several African voices that gave voice to the anthem against the new coronavirus called "Stand Together".


According to the statement, published on the One Campaign website, the anthem was created in partnership with the Nelson Mandela Foundation and MTV Base and was produced by the Nigerian Cobhams Asuquo.

The anthem, which aims to raise revenue for the foundation, features the voices of 2Baba from Nigeria, Ahmed Soultan from Morocco, Ben Pol from Tanzania, Teni from Nigeria, Yemi Alade from Nigeria, Amanda Black from South Africa, Stanley Enow from Cameroon, Gigi La Mayne from South Africa, Prodigy from Angola and Betty G from Ethiopia.

The song is composed of several languages, and the Angolan rapper decided to leave the mark of Angola in this anthem, singing in Portuguese.

"I am honoured to appear in this charity anthem. It has been a dream to work with the other artists, One Africa, One, MTV Base and the Nelson Mandela Foundation, raising our voices together against the virus. We miss everyone and we can't wait until we can celebrate again, but until then we have to take care of each other. Because nobody is safe until everyone is safe," said the angolan.

You can learn more about the initiative here.

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