PRESS/ GENERAL RELEASE: 27 May 2014With over 1500 people including children slaughtered by the terrorist group Boko Haram, the campaign to bring back over 230 missing girls that we know about has extended beyond Africa to the rest of the world. The unfortunate situation has touched millions around the world and highlighted a number of other issues affecting Children and women in Africa and now 14 female African-American, Nigerian, Southern Africa and Sieraleonian artists are lending their voices to the #BringBackOurGirls and female empowerment global campaign by releasing a track entitled SISTAS UNITE.
‘Sistas Unite’ was inspired by a vision of women (sisters) coming together and uniting to deliver the message on the serious matters affecting Nigeria and Africa today. Says May7ven
“I believe that Music is the most influential tool that touches the chord of every heart. The fact that the lyrics in ‘Sistas Unite’ consists of Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba makes it even more powerful. It cuts across every culture, religion and tradition in Nigeria”. Daniel Sync
"Women are the beginning of life, to kill them would mean killing our future". Mrs Melodey
"Using the instrument that God has given me, is a great tool to sound out the issues in Africa and in our communities." Vicky Sola
"My heart hurts over the kidnapping of our girls’ please #bringbackourgirls." Saffie DOWNLOAD 'SISTAS UNITE' MP3 http://www.hulkshare.com/amx8sk97bw8wwww.twitter.com/sistasunite M7 Music Publishing/Sync Media House