In a bid to spread positivity, a group of Kuwaiti youth collaborated to create their own rendition of a worldwide phenomenon through a music video. A number of Kuwaiti residents, a long with contributors and volunteers, united to create a Kuwaiti version of Pharrell’s first Billboard #1 hit “Happy” from the soundtrack of the movieDespicable Me 2. Other cities have also completed and released their videos including Dubai, Amman, Hong Kong, London, Amsterdam and scores more.
Now, Kuwait has joined forces with most countries in the world in creating its own version of the music video. Like many others, the Kuwaiti version of the “Happy” music video aims to promote positivity and embrace diversity throughout the interwoven fabric that creates this beautiful and colourful nation’s spectrum. The optimistic song serves as a backdrop to many cheerful video contributions from more than 150 residents of Kuwait regardless of age, race, gender, cultural background or lifestyle.
The intention was to reengineer Pharrell’s “Happy” song into an effective message locally by filming specified locations within the city as well as reintroducing “Free Kuwait” t-shirts which were worn during the Gulf War as people were demanding the liberation of their country. Today the youth are maintaining the atmosphere of liberation in spreading positivity and celebrating freedom of expression.
The video is the work of filmmaker Mohammad AlSaeed and is the idea of director Taibah AlQatami. It was shot at a number of locations around Kuwait during February 2014. Many contributions were personally submitted for inclusion and have been incorporated into the music video. The project is done under Weoritu, which is a global institution that promotes positive change through the medium of art.
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So, word just in is that Paloma Faith’s highly anticipated new album A Perfect Contradiction has just leaked all over the internet. It?s probably on torrent now. But, we are sure you can find it on depositfiles, mediafire, rapidshare, mega, turbotbit, rapidgator and uploaded (and whatever else). Yeah, we just did that! We can?t put the link here, but this is just a notification for you to know that it is out there in its full glory! Tell us what you think!
We are three months into the year and it has proven to be a festive time for music. This third installation of compilations of the year is in keeping with the other two – varied, catchy, inconsistent and packed with great songs, if we me say so ourselves. The next one’s is going to commemorate our 10 years of doing these mixes, so it’s going to be a big party/dance album as usual, this one is just your regular run-of-the-mill mixes with hidden gems for you to explore. Tell us what you think of Urempire.
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