West Indies’ star all-rounder Dwayne Bravo has come up with a new song in which he can be seen inspiring people to fight against the deadly Covid-19 virus.
The outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic has left people with nothing to do but to spend time in quarantine. Many cricketers have also isolated themselves and are trying their hands on new spectrums.
Staying home and embracing self-isolation, Bravo also joined the suit and the Windies all-rounder has now become a trending topic ever since he shared his song about the novel coronavirus.
Dwayne Bravo Comes Up With A Song For Coronavirus
“We Not Giving Up On this Outbreak due to Pandemic, My Heartful Prayers to all of you out there! Lets fight together A Positive Song during this Outbreak,” Bravo captioned the Instagram post with the video of his new song.
Dwayne Bravo’s new song – ‘We are not giving up’ has been launched to boost up the morale of people all around the globe amid this global crisis.
Watch Dwayne Bravo’s Song On Novel Coronavirus Here:
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On this Outbreak due to Pandemic, My Heartful Prayers to all of you out there! Lets fight together💪 A Positive Song during this Outbreak! #WeNotGivingUp – https://youtu.be/ASaCNP3ukoo #StayHomeStaySafe @jojo_branding great job as always in writing ✍️ this song 🔥🔥 @dllpro1 @wmglabrecords @selectahkern @dexterrthomas
Ish Sodhi Had Also Written A Rap On The Pandemic
Earlier, New Zealand cricketer Ish Sodhi came up with a song, albeit a light-hearted attempt at describing his time in self-isolation.
Sodhi became an overnight sensation by flexing his rapping skills as soon as he shared his ‘Coronavirus, please don’t get me today’ song on social media.
Sodhi’s rap verses were also shared by his IPL side Rajasthan Royals on Twitter.