Haitian-American singer, Jason Derulo, is putting his parents’ homeland in the spotlight in his new video for the World Cup soccer tournament.
Derulo’s catchy, up-tempo three-and-a-half-minute “Colors” video, released on Wednesday, April 11, showcases the beautiful scenery from The Citadelle Laferriére, a mountaintop fortress located in North Haiti.
“Colors” is the Coca-Cola anthem for this year’s World Cup and is taking the message of unity globally.
“Ready the people/ A new day has just begun/ And I wear my colors on my back (celebrate, celebrate)/ We’re created equal/ One race, and that’s human/ Can’t wait till they all see, all see that,” Derulo sings.
Courtesy of NewsAmericasNow.com
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