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CPR successfully launches the Song Bird challenge on social media
Spring is in the air, birds are chirping, reggae enthusiasts are singing and for an entire month, Coalition to Preserve Reggae Music (CPR) is imploring reggae lovers to share their rendition of a favorite song on social media.
By: Coalition to Preserve Reggae Music (CPR)
The CPR Song Bird Challenge and social media campaign aspires to be a feel good event with lasting benefits. Notably, the prelaunch garnered a flood of videos with memorable participants ranging from an adorable 90 year old named Gloria singing the classic “Wings of a Dove”, to a beautifully clad young girl with her rendition of Etana’s “Jamaican Woman”.
The “sing like a song bird” challenge is open to all and CPR is calling on participants to use their camera phones to record a 15-30 second video of themselves, family and friends singing their favorite reggae song. Next they should upload it to social media, visit the CPRReggae page on face book,like the page and share & tag CPRReggae on their video post.
“Reggae has given so much joy and awareness to the world over the past few decades; millions of lives have been touched by this unique genre of music. I love this music and this challenge is a great way to show my appreciation.”
The Coalition to Preserve Reggae Music invites you to “whip out your phone and sing like a song bird,” to post all videos with the hastag #songbird, and to title the video CPR Song Bird Challenge.
See "Offical Song Bird Commercial"
For more information, visit Coalition to Preserve Reggae Music on all Social media platforms.