3 Biggest Names In Music Industry Team Up To Honor Frontline Workers

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The Ten Outstanding Young Men (TOYM) Foundation unites the 3 biggest names in the music industry namely, the National Artists for Music Ryan Cayabyab, the Broadway Icon Lea Salonga and Mr. Pure Energy Gary Valenciano.

Cayabyab, Salonga and Valenciano performed an original song titled ‘HEROES UNMASKED’, by lyricist Joey Reyes and Jonathan Manalo. It is produced to honor the heroism of frontline healthcare workers and spread hope during the pandemic.

On Wednesday, November 17, the official music video of ‘HEROES UNMASKED’ was launched to the public. According to the website of TOYM, the music video is part of a bigger fundraising project as they embarked on an online Song Cover Challenge of the song, hoping that it can move the Filipinos to donate for a cause.

Whereas, donations will help the PGH’s “Panatag Na Kanlungan”, a project that gives support to doctors, nurses, hospital staff, and other volunteers and front liners during this pandemic.

TOYM Foundation stated that “together, we can do more for our heroes this coming Christmas season by supporting their cause with our generosity.” Hoping that music will bring unity, hope and love for the frontline workers.

Watch the Heroes Unmasked here:

Source: https://toymheroescampaign.org/

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