Directored by Dahal, produced by Yubakar Rajkarnikar, written by Kali Prasad Banskota and performed by Nima Rumba and Astha B, the song is about the power of youth with a "together we can achieve" message.
A Paz E Que O Povo Chama (People Are Calling for Peace), urges Angolans to put political differences behind them and unite for peace. It features a number of popular Angolan musicians such as Paulo Flores, Paulo Frere, Filipe Zau, Raul Indipwo and Bonga.
The song is performed by Tania Kassis, a rising local star renowned for her interfaith repertoire and is featured on her best-selling album "Oriental Colors." The song was written by Nabil Abou Abdo; composed and arranged by Michel Fadel.
In My Heart, Peace Song (Israel-Palestine):Watch on YouTube
In My Heart is the theme song for the TV documentary The Shape of the Future, is a collaboration between Israeli musician David Broza and two members of the Palestinian group Sabreen: Wisam and Said Murad. Breaking new cultural ground, the lyrics are sung in Hebrew and Arabic, capturing the love and the bond that both peoples share for the same land. The song had the distinction of being simultaneously premiered on both Israeli Army Radio and on the Voice of Palestine.
Ring the Bells, Peace Song (Global): Watch on YouTube | More Info
Ring the Bells is a duet between Grammy and Academy Award winner Melissa Etheridge and Pakistani superstar Salman Ahmad (of Junoon fame).
The song is a cry for peace and change in a world of war and chaos. Salman wrote "both of us were well aware of the deep divisions and fear that exist today between races, regions and religions. We hope that Ring the Bells will confront fear with an alternative vision of hope. When you can see with the heart, all the masks fall down."