Bollywood beauty Kareena Kapoor Khan recently shared a video recording on her personal IG handle to post a video recording in which she can be witnessed in Bob Marley’s classic song ‘One Love, One Heart Reimagined’ by the Marley Family.
Bebo being UNICEF’s celebrity advocate also featured in the song together with other performers from all over the globe.
Marley’s family members such as Stephen, Cedella and Skip Marley have rolled out a re-imagined edition of the well-known One Love song of Bob Marley to back up UNICEF ‘s movement for kids affected by ongoing problem. In the video recording, Bebo along with other artists can be witnessed performing actions to the song’s lyrics. Some can also be witnessed holding placards that read “Love”, “Peace”, “Freedom”, and much more.
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Together, we can reimagine a better world for everyone. ❤️ Proud to be a part of @bobmarley’s classic #OneLoveOneHeart reimagined by the Marley family and artists from across the world, in support of @unicef’s COVID-19 response. Tap the link in my bio to help children today. @unicefindia
Together with the video recording, Bebo penned, “Together, we can reimagine a better world for everyone. Proud to be a part of @bobmarley’s classic #OneLoveOneHeart reimagined by the Marley family and artists from across the world, in support of @unicef’s COVID-19 response.”
Fans praised Bebo and the music video recording. The special post got immense love in the form of likes and comments.
The track, released today by Tuff Gong International and Amplified Music Ltd and is also available on all major streaming platforms.
“Daddy wrote this song like 40 years ago, a long, long time. It just feels like right now in the world we need to have some different type of unity happening. Not just lip service, but real action. I think we’re going to bring this song to a generation that needs to know we do care. We do care what happens. We’re going to do a nudge and push and a shove and hopefully the message will resonate,” Cedella Marley, 52, said in an interview.
The song and music video has artists and musicians from Brazil, New Zealand, Nigeria, the United Kingdom Sudan, Syria, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Jamaica, India, Mali, and the United States.
It is stated that all incomes from the song and associated events will directly help Reimagine and UNICEF fulfill the vital needs by supplying kids and families with soap, gloves, hygiene kits, protective equipment and lifesaving material.
Eight-time Grammy winner Stephen Marley said, “(The) song is very special because of (its) message. It’s a song of equality. One love meaning love for everyone, for all humanity. It doesn’t matter the color, creed or social status or anything like that. It’s appreciating the human family. ‘One heart, let’s get together and feel all right. It’s a very important statement to my family.”