The singer is calling on fans to join her in supporting UNICEF.
Pink continues to impress us by being an outspoken artist, mom, and humanitarian. Her latest effort for her music video "Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken" hit the internet on Monday, January 29, and it's so moving. Not only because it features her 6-year-old daughter Willow, but also because it's an empowering anthem for women and girls around the world.
Pink's lyrics drive home a message that feels urgent during a moment in which we're embracing and navigating the emotionally-charged terrain of the #MeToo movement and efforts to ensure women's voices are fully heard. "There’s not enough rope to tie me down / There’s not enough tape to shut this mouth / The stones you throw can make me bleed / But I won’t stop until we’re free / Wild hearts can’t be broken,” she sings.
Though the track appears on the mom of two's latest album Beautiful Trauma, it was originally written in 2015 for the film Suffragette, according to Billboard. "You have to fight for what’s rightly yours which is rights and respect and love and kindness and compassion and you have to be willing to die for it,” Pink said of the suffragette movement. “These women were.”
She also treated the crowd to a performance of the song at the Grammys on Sunday, January 28.
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And as if that wasn't enough, the music video debut is tied to Pink's new campaign. The singer is encouraging fans to join her in supporting UNICEF on behalf of women and girls everywhere. "As a UNICEF Ambassador, I am proud to work with an organization that supports and empowers women and children around the world,” she shared on Instagram. “In honor of this incredible organization, in honor of this video for ‘Wild Hearts’ and in honor of girls and women all over the world standing up for themselves, I am going to be making a donation in all of your names to this wonderful organization, and I encourage you to do the same if the spirit moves you.”
It's basically impossible to not feel empowered and motivated by Pink's efforts. Her powerful message is sure to not only inspire but improve the lives of many.