Vietnamese artists promote COVID-19 fight through motivating music video

40 artists nationwide have shared lines in a song named “Ngày mai lại tươi sáng” (Tomorrow will be bright) to encourage frontline medical workers in the COVID-19 battle.
August 20, 2020 | 14:04
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“Ngày mai lại tươi sáng” is composed by Nguyen Van Chung as part of his namesake charity project. Chung is the composer behind many hits in Vpop. The song features 40 artists of different art fields and ages from across the country, including the senior ones like People’s Artist Hong Van, singer Phi Nhung, Thanh Thao, Nguyen Vu, to name a few.

Besides the motivating, heart-warming lyrics and catchy melody, the song is highlighted with the images of all the artists wearing face masks and protective gear while singing together, which aims at calling for everyone to follow preventive measures to shield against the novel coronavirus.

I’ve never joined such a special and funny project like this, you know, all of us were filmed with the face masks on”, People’s Artist Hong Van, a famous Vietnamese public figure told Vietnamnet.

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People’s Artist Hong Van is a famous Vietnamese public figure (Photo: Captured)
Singer hoang bach wears face mask while singing the song
Singer Hoang Bach wears a face mask while singing the song (Photo: captured)

“Ngày mai lại sáng” project has so far raised VND 151 million (US $6.465) and to purchase 3,000 pieces of protective gear, 4,000 medical gloves, 1,000 face masks, and 500 anti-droplet masks to support hospitals in Da Nang and the central province of Quang Ngai. Chung also plans to buy thermometers for quarantine areas and small hospitals in the central province of Quang Nam with the remaining funds.

Motivating songs are among the many creative means of promotion to cheer up the country and the first responders since the pandemic broke out in Vietnam. In March, an outstanding animated music video named “Ghen Co Vy”, together with the eye-catching “hand-washing dance” has gone viral on the Internet, making headlines in both Vietnamese and foreign press. “Vietnam fights back the COVID-19” song is another highlighted project that has greatly contributed to lifting people’s spirit and will in the COVID-19 battle.

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