Oh Land Releases New Single in Collaboration w/ UNICEF

Oh Land (Nanna Øland Fabricius) is excited to release her new single “Wild Girls, Wild Boys”written and recorded for UNICEF Denmark in association with Unicef’s upcoming education project in Ethiopia. The song represents a collaboration between two countries and music cultures, which connects children from all over the world through their courage to act to achieve their dreams.

All proceeds from the sales and streaming of the song will go towards UNICEF’s work to ensure that the children of the world have a better future.

“Oh Land and Zeritu Kebede’s song is a strong story about children who are united by daring to demand their rights and their desire to fight for their dreams across national borders,” says Karen Hækkerup, Secretary General of UNICEF Denmark. “At UNICEF Denmark, we are very proud of the collaboration with Oh Land, as she is a strong voice for children’s rights, and with the profits from the sale, we can support some of the world’s most vulnerable children in fighting for their rights and dreams.”

“’Wild girls wild boys’ is a song written for our future leaders, i.e. those who are our children today,” says Oh Land. “It’s a reminder that we all have dreams, no matter where we come from — that we all have ambitions, and that everyone deserves a fair chance to live them out. And I’m proud that Ethiopian singer Zeritu Kebede and I can contribute something to Unicef’s important work with children, who hold our future in their hands.”

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