Passenger to donate 100% of profits for next album to UNICEF

RHIAN JONES

Passenger is to donate 100% of the profits of his next album, Whispers II, to a UNICEF campaign aiming to lower child mortality rates in Liberia.

The Sony/ATV-signed singer/songwriter will release the album on April 20 via his own label, Black Crow Records.

Money raised from the sales will go directly towards food and supplements to help bring severely malnourished children back to health, facility upgrades and maintenance, education and training for health workers in the region. 

Whispers II is ...

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