- Here’s how you can star in your own music video with Alden Richards!
- Let’s continue spreading awareness about #HANGINfection by watching and sharing the music video on Safeguard’s Facebook and YouTube
Now anyone can become a music video star with Pambansang Bae Alden Richards using their smartphones – and that includes you!
Safeguard Philippines invites you to shoot and direct your own “I Wash It That Way” music video with Fuse It – a free augmented reality and customizable video app for smartphones. The app enables mobile users to be a star in their own music video together with the virtual version of celebrity actor Alden Richards.
You can sing along, lip sync and dance side-by-side with your idol to the tune of “I Wash It That Way,” a creative spin of a Backstreet Boys hit, which mixes pop music with information to educate the public about the threat of #HANGINfection or airborne germs that may cause skin reactions and respiratory sickness.
A word play on hangin, which means air in Filipino, and infection, #HANGINfection refers to airborne germs that may cause skin reactions and respiratory sickness. These may not be visible with the naked eye, but #HANGINfection is all around. Since it also comes from living organisms, these tiny airborne particles are most prevalent in areas with many people and animals, including damp locations!
Notable personalities like Camille Prats, Danica Sotto-Pingris, Rodjun Cruz, Donnalyn Bartolome, Pauline Luna, Derrick Monasterio, and Richard Juan joined the #HANGININfection movement and uploaded their own versions of the music video on their social media accounts. Also, check the I Wash It That Way music videos of teen dancer Ella Cruz, and star athletes, Alyssa Valdez, Melissa Gohing, Dennise Lazaro, and Rachel Daquis as they showcase their inner 90s swag!
Download Fuse It on the App Store or Google Play Store and create your own I Wash It That Way music video with Alden Richards today!
Together, let’s continue spreading awareness about #HANGINfection by watching and sharing the music video on Safeguard’s Facebook and YouTube.