Boy group SuperM will join hands with the World Health Organization to deliver a healing performance to fans around the...
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Boy group SuperM will join hands with the World Health Organization to deliver a healing performance to fans around the world at 'The Big Event For Mental Health'.
"SuperM will be the only K-Pop artist to join the lineup of the WHO-hosted online event 'The Big Event for Mental Health' to mark 'World Mental Health Day' on October 10," their agency SM Entertainment said on October 8.
The online event is a performance designed to promote the importance of mental health and how to manage it and encourage everyone to be provided with mental health programs. World leaders and celebrities will join the event, including Queen Mathilde Philip of Belgium, First Vice President Epsi Campbell Barr of Costa Rica, goalkeeper Alisson Becker of Liverpool FC of England, and singer-songwriter Coryd Belo of Nigeria.
SuperM will perform 'Better Days', a track from their recently released first full-length album 'Super One'. The song, featuring warm vocals, is expected to deliver a message of support and healing to viewers around the world. The event will be available on the WHO's website and its YouTube, Twitter and Facebook accounts.