In direct response to the racial injustices impacting our country, KidNation, a new media platform for kids is sharing a timely message and music video entitled, Get Along. This new video teaches children the importance of love and inclusivity to instill acceptance and prevent racism before it even starts. The video debuted on the heels of KidNation’s inaugural Stay Clean sing-along video, which launched in May in response to the pandemic and rallied kids to wash their hands to avoid getting sick.

Chris “Ludacris” Bridges and entertainment attorney/ music executive Sandy Lal co-founded KidNation, which will officially launch later this year, as a vehicle to educate children through smart, yet cool content. Get Along offers another sneak peek from the company before its launch, and it continues to amplify KidNation’s mission to provide wholesome and high-quality entertainment for children everywhere. Over soft strings and guitar, the track locks into an unshakable melody before the uplifting and undeniable hook, urging for us all to simply Get Along.

Get Along

“KidNation was built on the foundation of enrichment through entertainment for the next generation. With everything going on in this world, we felt extremely passionate about releasing “Get Along” early,” said Bridges. “The message is simple, but needed now more than ever. You tell your kids how important it is to lead with love. Somewhere along the way, we sometimes forget that. We’re going to let the kids remind you. Let’s Get Along.”

Audiences everywhere instantly fell in love with KidNation during the sneak peak of Stay Clean earlier this year, which highlighted the importance of hand washing during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

“There’s too much division in the world,” added Co-Founder, Sandy Lal. “Kids see past our differences. They look beyond what we’re told separates us. They know how to get along, so let’s take a lesson from them.”

—Jennifer Swartvagher

Featured photo: KidNation

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