Talented songstress Rema Namakula and Toni Blackman, an American Hip Hop artist who doubles as a social entrepreneur have released a song titled ‘Invisible Woman’.
The song is an initiative by the American Embassy in Uganda aiming at bringing awareness of issues related to gender-based violence, gender equality, health, rights and well-being of the girls and women in Uganda.
20 percent of the publishing and sound recording proceeds will be donated to the women and girls.
The song comes at the right time of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence campaign this year.
Invisible woman will be used all though the campaign of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence.
The song has also been endorsed by the United Nations (UN) and will be used internationally.
Toni Blackman is an American rapper, actress, and writer who was the first hip-hop ambassador to the U.S. State Department.
Additionally, she was selected as a 2006 Rhythm Road touring artist and subsequently served as on the selection committee for American Music Abroad with American Voices.