Malaysia's Aizat teams up with K-pop stars Ailee, NewKidd for Covid-19 song

Aizat, Ailee and various Asian artiste recorded a song of hope, 'Me Me We.'

Malaysian singer Aizat has joined forces with seven other Asian artistes to record a song of hope during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Me Me We is an inspirational anthem organised by Warner Music.

According to a press statement,"Me Me We is a message of hope for people around the world suffering from the coronavirus.

"Artistes from six Asian countries sing in one voice, delivering the message that we are one."

Aizat, 31, is an award-winning singer-songwriter, known for his hits Pergi, Jangan Menangis and Sampai Ke Hari Tua.

He will be joined by three artistes from South Korea - popular singer Ailee, Ravi from K-pop band VIXX as well as a rising idol group, NewKidd.

The track will also feature Indonesian R&B artiste Rahmania Astrini, Vietnamese band Chillies, Thailand's PAAM and Filipino rapper Quest.

The song was recorded in the individual artiste's own country before being sent to South Korea for production.

Me Me We will be released on major music platforms on July 31.

Rising South Korean idol group Newkidd will also lend its voice to the track.Rising South Korean idol group Newkidd will also lend its voice to the track.


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