Singer-Songwriter Stephen Voyce releases new track in support of UNICEF | UNICEF Canada: For Every Child Skip to main content
Publication Date: 2020/03/31

TORONTO, March 31, 2020 – Canadian-Nigerian singer songwriter Stephen Voyce released his latest single “What’s Going On” today, in support of – and inspired by the work of – UNICEF, the world’s farthest-reaching humanitarian organization for children.

Voyce was first introduced to UNICEF’s work through his involvement in UNICEF Canada’s One Youth 2018 campaign Canada, We Need to Talk. “The deeper I dove into UNICEF’s work, the more impressed I became with them. It really was a no brainer when it came to which organization I’d end up wanting to partner with,” Voyce said.

“What’s Going On” is a song that questions today’s world by asking why? Why is there so much injustice? Why is there so much suffering? To Voyce, “It’s a feeling that consumed me and I needed to release it. I don’t want to just stand idly by if there’s something I can do to at least shed a light, to offer some semblance of hope. For the world’s most vulnerable children, I hope to live to see a day where they don’t feel lost or left behind, that we as a species remember what my mum taught me – we are all connected.”

All proceeds from downloads of “What’s Going On” will be donated to UNICEF Canada, in support of their work in over 190 different countries globally. The song is co-produced by Stephen Voyce, LucaTheProducer and Jay Lefebvre, and released in collaboration with THE UNKNOWN. It is now available on music streaming and download platforms nationwide.

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About UNICEF

UNICEF is the world’s leading humanitarian organization focused on children. We work in the most challenging areas to provide protection, healthcare and immunizations, education, safe water and sanitation and nutrition. As part of the United Nations, our unrivaled reach spans more than 190 countries and territories, ensuring we are on the ground to help the most disadvantaged children. While part of the UN system, UNICEF relies entirely on voluntary donations to finance our live-saving work. Please visit unicef.ca and follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

For further information:

Emily O’Connor Communications Manager EOconnor@unicef.ca 416 482-6552 x8866 / 647-500-4230