October 15, 2006

Keep a Child Alive

Got a dollar and 49 cents to spare?

Why not Keep a Child Alive?

In the new single prepared for the International AIDS Day on December 1st this year, Don't Give up (Africa),* by Alicia Keys and U2's lead singer Bono, all proceedings from the sales of the single will be donated to KCA, benefitting children with AIDS in Africa.

The single will be released on iTunes for both US and non-US residents on December 6th, 2006.

Meanwhile watch the video here.

*currently only available for purchase for US residents.

10 comments:

Diligent Candy said...

Last three blog posts - good links and good info - thanks sweets!

Shaykhspeara Sha'ira said...

I'm pleased you found them useful candy dear :) More to come! I am trying to upload a new song as well...

kaya said...

WOW! Someone has been busy. Going somewhere soon honey?
Great work as usual.

zee said...

Good post sweetheart. Its a Good Cause to be putting our weight behind.

Take care, zee

zee said...

btw...love the song in the background...although since im running on an analog line not streaming very well....who sings it?

Shaykhspeara Sha'ira said...

Kaya, yeah hopefully going somewhere soon inshallah.

´Zee long time no zee lol

well the song is by Hadiqa Kiani and Adnan Sami Khan, both Pakistani singers. It's a great song.

A world of Symphony said...

SS: How's the jazz music scene in Sweden? Any links on Swedish musicians - jazz & classical, if you could please?

Merci :D

zee said...

lol, i make my guest appearences once in a while:)

i suck when it comes to pakistani/indian songs....but i do know Adnan Sami. Dont ask me what he sings, but i know who he is...the big guy right??? :)

its sad actually...i dont know a single Indian language :(

anywayz will have to start getting to learn a language...language is part of ones heritage hey? ;)

Shaykhspeara Sha'ira said...

awos! Actually we do have quite a vibrant swedish jazz music scene. Bo Kaspers Orkester have been for many years sort of swedish jazz pioneers. Lately their music turned more contemporary. I will try my best to do a post on tha. i have been meaning to do so a while now but as you can see, there are one billion other ideas in my head I wanna post about too :)

Zee, yeah he is the big guy lol I met him once when I was very young. His parents were the Pakistani ambassadors to Sweden.

Language is indeed part of ones heritage but it can also broaden your identity. Doesn't have to be a language that is historically part of your identity. I learnt arabic but theres no arab blood running through my veins lol

A world of Symphony said...

SS: That sounds good enough, take your time. I'm sure it'll be worth it :D