Imagine Dragons rock band took the initiative partnering with Apple to record a song to help the refugee crisis happening in European.With every download of “I Was Me” on iTunes globally will be donated to the United Nations Agency for Refugees. The business software giant SAP will contribute 10 cents for the first five million downloads.
By the need to provide urgent humanitarian assistance to millions of refugees, particularly in the Middle East and Europe, the rock band Imagine Dragons and business software giant SAP joined forces and launched One4 Project, symbolizing the power of exponential individuals and encourages them to download the new single for the band, I Was Me.
The song is now globally available exclusively through iTunes (itunes.com/IWasMe) platform for US dollar or euro.
According to the schedule, Imagine Dragons play I Was Me for the first time in public this evening live from the SAP Arena in Mannheim, Germany. This scenario is the first stop of the Smoke & Mirrors tour, which will take the band across Europe.
— Imagine Dragons (@Imaginedragons) October 12, 2015
“The refugee crisis is a really urgent issue for the amount of vulnerable people are affected each day; as a band we wanted to help in some way and decided to partner with SAP and Apple to be part of this support, “he said Dan Reynolds, vocalist Imagine Dragons.
“I Was Me is a song whose lyrics is about remaking life and that is precisely what millions of people have been forced to experience. If we join together in common cause, we can make a difference, one download at a time, “said the singer.
Besides download the song I Was Me iTunes, fans who want to contribute can do to support social media campaigns sharing your photos using the hashtag # One4 and uploading them to the pages of One4 Project on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.