Panjabi MC collaborates with Rukus Avenue for a mega album with United Nations to fight human trafficking

Saturday, 28 January 2017 22:54

- Panjabi MC Joins Rukus Avenue's fight to end Human Trafficking

Rukus Avenue - Music To Inspire with the United Nation


World Music 'Best-selling Indian artist' award winner Panjabi MC joins Rukus Avenue's fight to end Human Trafficking and will feature the song 'My Sister' featuring Sukhi Sivia on the Rukus Avenue-United Nations album titled Music To Inspire.  The Artists United Against Human Trafficking album will release on the 31st of January worldwide and will be announced at the United Nations headquarters in New York City.


"It’s ridiculous and disgusting that still in this day and age there are people being trafficked across the world" - Panjabi MC



The album will feature a whopping 60 tracks including AR Rahman. Sonu Nigam.Tatyana Ali. Joss Stone among many others and is considered the largest collection of artists coalition for a charity since Band-AID in the 1980s.  We all have a chance to make a difference with this album, so please go out and support it and spread the word! visit


Music To Inspire - Artists UNited Against Human Trafficking Album Launch

United Nations Headquarters, New York City

January 31, 2017 (6pm-9pm)


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