McClain Sisters “Rise” Music Video from Disneynature’s CHIMPANZEE

I'm a big fan of the McClain Sisters so I was happy to learn that their newly released music video “Rise” for Disneynature’s CHIMPANZEE is now available on YouTube. Check out the video below

McClain Sisters

Wondering who these talented ladies are? The McClain Sisters, are comprised of China Anne McClain and her sisters Lauryn, and Sierra. McClain Sisters lead singer China Anne McClain starred in Disney Channel’s A.N.T. FARM, a role for which she received a 2012 NAACP Image Award nomination, in the House of Payne television series and the movie The Gospel. The talented trio’s mounting popularity is evidenced by accomplishments such as the A.N.T. FARM soundtrack’s soaring debut, as well as notable acting roles in the Tyler Perry feature film Daddy’s Little Girls and a recent performance for more than 72,000 at RODEOHOUSTON 2012. “Rise,” written and performed by McClain Sisters after being inspired by Disneynature’s feature film CHIMPANZEE, is the latest Disney Friends for Change anthem. With the motivating lyrics “Together we can do anything,” the song captures the central message of the program: when kids and families work together, they can inspire each other and their communities to make a lasting, positive change in the world. “Rise” is the fourth Friends for Change anthem to be released with a benefit back to the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund. This contribution marks nearly $1 million awarded through the music campaign to charities working to protect the planet and conserve nature for future generations. In theaters Earth Day April 20, 2012, Disneynature’s newest True-Life Adventure CHIMPANZEE, introduces Oscar, a young chimp whose playful curiosity and zest for discovery light up the African forest until a twist of fate leaves Oscar to fend for himself with a little help from an unexpected ally. Website and Mobile Site: Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter:

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