Last week Natasha Bedingfield revealed her new song, “Hope,” written for the hope & grace initiative from philosophy. The song is inspirational and empowering, and is in support of mental health and awareness.
Natasha Bedingfield has now shared a music video for “Hope.” It includes handwritten messages and images from her fans and the philosophy community, each with their own message of hope. You can watch the music video below:
“Hope” is available on iTunes now, and 20% of the proceeds with go to the hope & grace initiative, an unending commitment by wellbeing beauty brand philosophy to support community-based mental health organizations. Natasha wrote “Hope” with Matt Robinson, David Saw, and Ryan Freeman, and is meant to empower women and lift the stigma that surrounds mental health. Be sure to check out some behind-the-scenes videos from Natasha about the inspiration behind “Hope.” Natasha will perform “Hope” live for the first time on January 20th – look for the lifestream so you watch it live!
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