SHOUT 2 rocks V&A Waterfront on Human Rights Day

SHOUT 2 rocks V&A Waterfront on Human Rights Day

Shout 2 Launched at the V&A Waterfront today, Human Rights Day with some of South Africa’s favourite musicians, celebs and sports stars.

Initiated by musicians Danny K and Kabelo following the brutal slaying of one of SA’s biggest musical export, Luck Dube they decided to do something constructive about the high level of violent crime in our country.

The first single “Shout” (originally by Tears for Fears) was recorded by South Africa’s musicians, to give the citizens of South Africa, a mouthpiece to unite and eradicate all that is evil and associated with crime. SHOUT and all those involved in making it a reality, hope to encourage everyone in this country, regardless of race or creed to get involved in any way possible.

SHOUT is a movement that belongs to every South African who is committed and passionate about building a safer South Africa.  Support for SHOUT is fast gaining momentum with  LEADSA  and ProudlySA campaigns pledging full support for SHOUT.

Capetonians sang and danced as the latest SHOUT single “You’re the voice” video was launched at the V&A Waterfront’s amphitheatre.

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