David Correy, the singer featured on the Coca-Cola 2014 FIFA World Cup anthem "The World is Ours," will perform his song "I Am" this Wednesday, Jan. 29, on NBC's The TODAY Show.
“I Am” is a collaboration by Rock Mafia, Correy, Wyclef Jean and Tokio Hotel. The song is featured in the current USA Network/NFL anti-bullying “Characters Unite” campaign and also in the EA FIFA 2014 Video Game.
"Music is a
powerful and uniting force," Correy said. "This song resonates with people, and I am blessed to be
apart of it and work with such amazing artists."
Mafia brought together the eclectic mix of talent: Correy, Wyclef Jean (award-winning artist, producer and songwriter known for
his work with The Fugees) and Tokio Hotel (a
multi-hit, multi-million-selling band from Germany that has won countless awards
throughout Europe and Latin America).
"The song 'I Am' inspires the world to say 'I am perfect the way I am', to embrace all of our unique diversities and unite the world in the fight against bullying and discrimination," Rock Mafia said
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