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ART FIX: SA singer supports PPBF

ART FIX: SA singer supports PPBF

Friday 26 May 2023

ART FIX: SA singer supports PPBF

Friday 26 May 2023


A single released in South Africa is raising awareness of the risks associated with premature births in aid of charities including Guernsey's Priaulx Premature Baby Foundation.

Lauren Lee wrote and recorded her single after the early delivery of her son when she was diagnosed with pre-eclampsia.

Lauren Lee and Luca

Pictured: Lauren Lee and her son Luca.

Luca is now a thriving four-year-old attending day care near their home in South Africa and his mum has returned to performing on radio and tv shows in the country.

On her calendar for later this year is a remote performance for the 20th anniversary celebrations of the PPBF where she'll showcase her song, 'To Womb it may Concern'.

Miss Lee said the song has had a positive reaction from charities supporting premature babies around the world.

Lauren Lee's song has reached the Top 10 in the South African charts.

To support her song you can vote at +27 82 222 1049.

South African charts are compiled based on votes rather than sales but the song can also be purchased through the usual channels.

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