Published on December 21st, 2019 | by Guest Editor0
JASH Drops Newest Single “Us Together”
British pop singer Jash just released his new single “Us Together” today. A heartfelt and inspirational ballad about unconditional love, the song serves a dual purpose. Apart from pleasing music lovers, all proceeds from the single will be donated to AADR (Abandoned and Alone Dog Rescue), a UK charity that helps abandoned and neglected dogs.
ABOUT ABANDONED AND ALONE DOG RESCUE:
Abandoned and Alone Dog Rescue (AADR) is an organization that’s based in Essex, UK. AADR is dedicated to saving “pound dogs.” These dogs who, through no fault of their own, have found themselves placed in council pounds, where they have 7 days in which to be claimed, or go into rescue. Unfortunately, there are only so many rescue spaces available, and when their 7 days are up, if the dogs are still there, they are put to sleep at the pound. AADR does its best to get them out, but dogs are being put to sleep by the pounds at an average of 200 dogs per day.
For More Information and How To Donate: https://www.aadogrescue.org.uk/
JASH has been creating a buzz over the past few years. His first single gained massive national radio play, as well as support from BBC networks across the UK, with his follow-up single getting signed under a Sony sub-label in Dubai. He than released “Now You’re Gone”, which was produced by the duo Empty Pockets (James Arthur, The Chainsmokers), where the song again received massive radio play on the BBC networks and breaking top 10 in the Official Club Charts. He has toured extensively throughout the UK, visiting and performing in over 25 schools across the country. Gaining much support from local newspapers and students, JASH was speaking about online safety and how to tackle cyber-bullying. This, combined with the performances of his songs, got people talking and excited for what was next to come with this artist.
JASH has now decided to alter his focus and drift more towards an Urban / R&B style with his music. His songs “It’s You” and “Obssession” are very much different from his previous works.
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