French-Israeli singer-songwriter Yael Naim, convinced by the importance of loving our planet, was inspired by the OneHome initiative and images. She composed this soundtrack “Heaven” that magnifies the emotions of seeing the Earth from space and amplifies the Overview Effect.
“I think that the way we treat our planet reflects the way we treat ourselves and the people around us. The small changes we make inside ourselves will affect the way we feel a part of all the rest around us. We are all part of the same living organism. We are all connected and affected by each other. That’s why learning to love ourselves, will lead to learning to love every living form around us as a consequence.” declared Yael Naim.
“When looking back at our planet for the first time, astronauts felt love. We hope that all the humans that will discover these images accompanied by the celestial song of Yael Naim will also feel activated by the love of our home. Her magical voice opens our hearts and connects us with heavens.” said Jean-Pierre Goux, President and founder of OneHome.
French-Israeli singer-songwriter Yael Naim to fame in 2008 in the US after her hit single New Soul was used by Apple in an advertising campaign for its MacBook Air. The song peaked at No. 7 on the US Billboard Hot 100. Yael Naim subsequently won multiple awards including three Victoires de La Musique – the French equivalent of the Grammy Awards – in 2008, 2001 and 2016 and was made knight of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres in 2013 by the French government. After co-producing her first three albums were with her husband David Donatien (Grammy Award 2019), she decided to compose and produce alone her last album Nightsongs (released in March 2020) and the motion picture soundtrack of "Mon Bébé". Yael Naim is supporting several causes and NGOs. She is patron of the Solidarité Sida association and she also donated her song If you see to Amnesty International.
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