Bullet Dumas is reaching out to support music industry workers with his latest release.
The Filipino folk singer-songwriter dropped 'Nananalig,' a song written for the National Live Events Coalition, a group of members from the live events industry—from talents, producers, technicians, and more—in the Philippines.
Panatag na hindi 'to ang huli— Bullet Dumas (@bulletdumas) May 27, 2020
Pangako na magtatanghal muli
Wrote a song for all the freelancers of the live events industry. At, depende sa intindi niyo sa kanta, para sa inyong lahat.https://t.co/UGG9oIvEUi
In a tweet, Dumas writes, "Madalas nakikita niyo yung final output na, pero ang totoo, hindi lang yung performer ang nagtatanghal. Totoo yung sinasabi nilang 'sa lahat ng bumubuo ng ganito-ganyan' kasi ang buong live events industry ay isang malaking bayanihan."
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Approximately 400,000 jobs were lost due to the coronavirus pandemic, but with the NLECPh's freshly established presence, the hope to bring government support to industry workers has strengthened.
The NLECPh has enlisted support from artists like Lea Salonga, Martin Nievera, and many more.
Stream 'Nananalig' below.