New First Nations song by Nooky and Mi-kaisha aims to keep Aboriginal communities safe from COVID-19

By Newsroom
Updated August 3 2020 - 4:54am, first published 12:12am
STRONG MESSAGE: Aboriginal recording artists Mi-kaisha and Nooky (front), pictured with video clip dancers Maddie Paluch and Chandler Connell, collaborated to write the song, 'One Point 5', encouraging young people to keep their communities safe from COVID-19. Photo: Jake Keane

Two Aboriginal recording artists have collaborated with NSW Health to produce a new song encouraging young Indigenous people to keep themselves and their communities safe from COVID-19.



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