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Giles et Diego drop eco-friendly anthem 'Oh, Environment' with Climate Actions Now

The Afro house track comes with a heartfelt music video featuring Uganda's Nkuringo Orphanage & Bright Future School

  • Miki Kitasako
  • 26 January 2024
Giles et Diego drop eco-friendly anthem 'Oh, Environment' with Climate Actions Now

As we celebrate International Environment Education Day today, Giles et Diego drop a collaboration with Climate Actions Now (CAN) Music to raise awareness on environmental sustainability and fund a school in Uganda.

The climate-friendly track ‘Oh, Environment’ intertwines a meaningful message through poetry by creating a movement that blends music, culture, rhythm and action towards environmental transformation.

The two house DJs hailing from France started their journey when they met during a party in Tunisia, and since then the duo has been creating a flurry of house music for over a decade.

Along with CAN and the children from Uganda's Nkuringo Orphanage & Bright Future School, the release speaks volumes as it comes from the souls of those most affected by these environmental changes.

“This track is a fusion of African rhythms, soulful melodies, and contemporary beats, symbolizing the global nature of the environmental crisis. The children of Nkuringo, with their authentic and powerful expressions, add layers of purity and urgency to the message that we need to heed” says Robert Stephenson, Founder of and

CAN Music also has a subsidiary label arm that helps raw talents from the community by using the power of music to raise awareness for environmental causes while creating professional tracks.

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This is not Giles et Diego's first rodeo with CAN Music; last year in May they collaborated to create the Dance Be Happy project dedicated to one of the marginalised inhabitants of the Ugandan rainforests — the Batwa community.

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This release marks the second instalment of the ongoing Dance Be Happy Project, furthering the duo’s dedication to climate action through the fusion of art and music.

The Afro house track drops on Friday, February 2 and its music video has already been released, featuring artists from CAN Music and the Nkuringo Orphanage & Bright Future School.

Miki Kitasako is Mixmag Asia’s Social Media and Content Producer, follow her on LinkedIn.

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