Universal Music Malaysia and Allianz Malaysia have released a music video for their positivity-filled collaborative single “We Care” to uplift Malaysians’ spirits in these trying times.
The song, performed by Alvin Chong, Jannine Weigel, DOLLA, and Nicole Lai, also features Rabbit Mac with a guest appearance by Jaja Iliyes. Rabbit Mac, who was inspired by the meaning behind “We Care” after learning about it from his friend Alvin Chong, wanted to encourage love and hope following the resurgence of COVID-19 cases in the country. The award-winning rapper, recorded a rap verse that elevated the track’s positive vibe with his empowering flow. “We are all here together to encourage people, telling them that we will be here for you,” said Rabbit Mac.
Making a cameo appearance and her singing debut, actress Jaja Iliyes shared a singalong with Nicole Lai in Mandarin. Taking the challenge in her stride, and thanks to the support from Nicole and the record producer, Jaja said: “Never be defeated by your fear, be brave to embrace any challenges. Just like this pandemic, everyone is facing different challenges, but we will get through this together.”
To bring the “We Care” message to life, Universal Music Malaysia and Allianz Malaysia gave two fans the chance to appear in the music video through the Share the Care Contest. Winners, Amin Irfan bin Masri joined the artistes on set while Jessie Lai Siew Ying appeared via an add-on clip. Besides that, the music video also featured words of encouragement from other participants that drive home the key message – stay strong and stay hopeful in these challenging times.
The “We Care” movement continues with the Pace with Care Virtual Concert with Alvin Chong, DOLLA, Nicole Lai, and special guest Rabbit Mac in the lineup, despite Jannine Weigel being unable to make an appearance due to pandemic restrictions. To gain exclusive access to the livestream, all you have to do is participate in the Pace with Care Virtual Run and complete a 10km run. Every finisher will receive a complimentary pass to the concert and an opportunity to contribute a free meal to help those in need. With the new implementation of Full Moving Control Order (FMCO), Pace with Care Virtual Concert will be postponed until further notice.