New music video for Majulah Singapura

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A new music video for Majulah Singapura marks the 60th anniversary of the national anthem. Based on the 2019 NDP rendition sung by veteran singer-songwriter Ramli Sarip, the video features him singing alongside a diverse group that include Singapore’s first female Olympian Tang Pui Wah, comic writer-artist Sonny Liew, HIV-positive program coordinator Calvin Tan and disabled rapper Wheelsmith.

This music video is a ground-up initiative separate from the new recording of the anthem by the SSO.

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