The family of the reggae star Bob Marley has decided to republish his song “One Love One Heart” for the aid of children who have suffered from the coronavirus epidemic, United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) informs.
«We with delight announce that the Bob’s family will give a new life to the classical song “One Love One Heart” (One love - one heart) for the aid of actions UNICEF in reply to COVID-19. The help will double love», - is told on the Twitter page of the United Nations Children's Fund.
Bob Marley was a Jamaican musician, guitarist, vocalist, and composer. In spite of the fact that since his death has passed many years, he is till now the most famous performer in the style of reggae. Thanks to his international success reggae has got a wide popularity outside of Jamaica.
Earlier famous performer from Benin Angelique Kidjo sang for UNICEF the famous song of South African singer Miriam Makeba “Pata Pata”, having devoted repetition to struggle with coronavirus.
"Pata Pata" in the language extended in the republic of South Africa means «Try to touch». In the new version of a song of Angelique Kidjo sings: «do not touch me, we need to keep our hands clean … Stay at home and wait it out. Everyone can help with struggle with COVID-19».
«Once this song named the most joyful song in the world, now it inspires hope during the period coronavirus», - they noted in UNICEF.
Angelique Kidjo informed that she has devoted a song to her friend, famous saxophonist and veteran of the Veteran Afro-jazz star Manu Dibango who has died in April from coronavirus infection.