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The Spark, created by children between the ages of nine and 12, including refugees, has been viewed 8.6 million times. The Spark has been declared the summer song.


The song has been streamed 8.6 million times since its release on May 15 and is hailed as a drum'n'bass-beat masterpiece with infectious energy.


“The response has been incredible,” producer Garry McCarthy said in a statement on Monday. “The kids' energy and positivity have inspired people. It's a catchy song.”

Spark was created on a shoestring budget by Rhyme Island, a non-profit youth rap project based at the Cabin Studio in Knocknaheeny, a suburb of Cork, in collaboration with Creative Ireland, a government initiative that funds Cruinniú na nÓg, an annual celebration of youth creativity.

The song features around 30 children aged nine to 12 from the neighbourhood and a group from the refugee shelters in Lisdoonvarna, County Clare.

The performers dance, run and rap at high octane for two and a half minutes. “Do you think you can stop what we're doing?” the opening song asks. “I doubt it,” the artists say. “We have the energy; we will tell you everything. I looked for my spark, and I found it.”

The song is an anthem for Cruinniú na nÓg (Gathering of Youth), which will organize hundreds of free creative events for children and young people across Ireland. The initiative began in 2018, and the event will take place on June 15.

 

Albania News Agency

 

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