Just a few weeks ago, Natasha announced a new song called “Hope.” It is part of a collaboration with philosophy, a women’s wellbeing beauty brand committed to supporting community-based mental health organizations. “Hope” supports mental health and wellness, and it is an empowering song. It’s an inspiring, mid-tempo track, and you can hear it in full now:
Natasha shared her own thoughts on “Hope” over the weekend:
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So happy to be working with #philosophy. I've always loved their products and packaging. It means a lot to me when the book is just as good as the cover. They asked me to write a song for their charity . I was so inspired because good mental health is such an important thing for women to focus on. Us women need to stick together , to look after each other. We all know how to smile so well , but can often be so good at hiding the painful moments . #hopeandgrace check out the link on my profile to here a teaser of the song #hope photo by @itstroyjensen @lovephilosophy
You can also watch some behind-the-scenes videos in which Natasha talks about the inspiration behind “Hope” and how she teamed up with philosophy.
“Hope” will be available on iTunes next week, on January 13th, with 20% of proceeds benefiting the hope & grace initiative. A week after that, a lifestream of her first performance of “Hope” will be available On January 20th.
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