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Alan Sheppard releases Code Red

Alan Sheppard has released Code Red, a catchy, lyrically impactful Afrobeat song. Sheppard’s Code Red calls on society, governments and world leaders to take urgent motion to handle the worldwide climate change crisis with immediate and sustained motion to avert the tipping point of irreversible environmental conditions around the globe.

Sheppard’s deep concern that climate change is having a direct negative impact on tourism and the economic sustainability of the Caribbean region for our generation and our youngsters’s safety and security is the inspiration for his latest work.

Alan’s self produced and directed music video accommodates scenes of small island states frontline perils comparable to Sagassum seaweed clogging Caribbean beaches, extreme weather comparable to hurricanes, electrical storms, massive dust plumes of Sahara dust, rising sea level and coastal erosion.

The Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Mottley, is featured in Alan’s innovative video, quoting the urgent motion call of “Code Red” on the twenty sixth UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow on 31 October – 13 November 2021.

Sheppard’s hope is that his song raises awareness, encouraging everyone to play their part in avoiding the tipping point of irreversible consequences for the Caribbean region and the planet usually.

The singer/songwriter encourages solutions just like the implementation of green energy projects, solar farms for electricity and electric vehicles for public transport and private use, in addition to laws for the protection and restoration of our coral reefs and beaches.

Code Red is Alan Sheppard’s first single release to his upcoming 2022 album .

It’s now available on Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Instagram/Facebook, TikTok/Resso, Google Play/YouTube, Amazon, Soundtrack by Twitch, Pandora, Deezer, Tidal, Napster, iHeartRadio, ClaroMusica, Saavn, Anghami, KKBox, NetEase (beta), MediaNet, Shazam.


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