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Bjorn Vido to unveil climate change advocacy project dubbed Music In Space in Accra


Oscar-nominated Danish Singer Bjorn Vido is set to unveil his ambitious climate change advocacy project dubbed “Music In Space”.

He aims to orchestrate the first-ever concert in space, while simultaneously staging a stadium spectacle in Accra, Ghana, this October.

The multiple award-winning singer is seeking to engineer, through collaboratory efforts, what would become one of the monumental musical events in the history of the country and the world at large.

Bjorn Vido

Pivotal in Bjorn’s quest to challenge the status quo in unravelling the positives and negatives of climate change is his initial desire to make music that cuts across and assimilates other genres, rhythmic patterns and cultural vibrations.

This is evident in the singer’s single titled “High On Life” which encompasses the ethos of liberation and renewal. It features South Africa’s Touchline. The video is shot in Accra with the dancer, incredible Zigi and several local stars. The song captivates listeners with its infectious energy and thought-provoking lyrics.

For Bjorn, his musical journey is built on the tenets of artistic integrity, hard work, and creative freedom.

“Through our music, we aspire to evoke ‘the overview effect,’ awakening a sense of wonder and reverence for our fragile blue planet,” he said in an interview.

As “Music in Space” prepares to embark on its next chapter, Bjorn Vido extends a heartfelt invitation to artists, collaborators, and supporters to join him on this transformative journey. He hopes that they stand poised together to chart a course towards a more harmonious and sustainable future.

With an illustrious career spanning decades, Bjorn Vido has garnered laurels for his innovative approach to music and filmmaking, earning numerous accolades and nominations, including prestigious awards from across the globe.

He continues his journey, partnering with Alkians Entertainment for management and A&R services in seeking to redefine narratives across the music ecosystem.

Visit the “Music in Space” website for more information and Bjorn Vido’s visionary work.

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