This year's International Day of Peace will include a slice of Hip-Hop with the addition of rappers Cassidy, Eve and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.
The collective, along with fellow artists Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony, Sean Paul, Chris Brown, Floetry, Lyfe Jennings and Mario, will lend
their voices to "One Day," a new multi-artist global peace tribute song produced by award-winning producer Swizz Beatz in conjunction with the International Peace Concert.
With its diverse range of artists, Garson Entertainment president Rick Garson believes the song will "relate to everyone and show that peace
has no boundaries."
"'One Day' will set the tone for the worldwide star-studded production this fall from the City of Peace, Rome, which is destined to reach an
audience of millions, further delivering a message of peace," he said.
Established in 1981 by member governments of the United Nations with a UN General Assembly resolution, the International Day of Peace is
devoted to "commemorating and strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and people."
The Garson Entertainment-produced concert, held to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the International Day of Peace, will air live from the
Coliseum in Rome, Italy on Dec. 9 and be televised globally.
The initiative will kick off Sept. 21 with a press event.
Efforts made during the concert will benefit the cause for peace around the world.
The event is the first of many phases in a full-scale global peace campaign.
For more information on the International Peace Concert visit www.Internationaldayofpeace.com.