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'Yeah Nah Its Not OK' Song Quest

July 31, 2013 at 12:32 PM

Sing Out Against Teen Violence in Eastern BOP is part of the trend in public mobilisation to use music as a vehicle for positive social messaging. This song talent quest is taylored for teenagers aged 13 to 18 years to raise their voices rather than their fists.

The winner will receive a prize package to showcase your music prowess through recording, and broadcast the song in the "Its Not OK" campaign and cash winnings. Throw into that free tickets to Stan Walker other goodies 

Do encourage your teenage children and their friends to participate!

If you want to enter or know others who can, get the details right here

Category: It's not OK