Afro Latin Soul artist, Glenda del E, launches her first music video, “L.U.P,” with an accompanying year-long new social media campaign called #LoveUnityPassion (#LUP) associated to Transdiaspora Network’s new strategic action plan and the United Nations’ post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The #LoveUnityPassion social media campaign will officially launch on September 28th, 2014, during TDN Tour to Health at the 40th Annual Atlantic Antic Festival, Brooklyn’s largest street fair.

“This song was written on a day I was feeling pretty close to the dream, vision and mission of what I wanted to be in life: express ideas into songs that could influence or inspire others. “L.U.P” video would not have been possible without the support of many who believed in me, and all together made this a dream come true with the forces of Love, Unity and Passion (L.U.P.),” stated Glenda del E, singer, composer, songwriter and music teacher.

The social media campaign invites global audiences to take a picture holding the handwritten hashtags #LUP and #LoveUnityPassion, and then posting it in Twitter, Facebook and/or Twitter and tagging it with the same hashtags.

“As Transdiaspora Network’s artist ambassador, I would like my songs to transcend the musical space into a much bigger platform where it could have a real impact on society inspiring and engaging youth (and the community at large) either at a local urban setting or in a remote rural village. I want to heal through music, to promote self-love and HIV prevention. This is a struggle, I believe, that we cannot fight alone, but feeling the need to spread Love and health, to be United as humans, and to have the Passion for social change,” expressed Cuban artist Glenda del E.

The “L.U.P” single is included in Glenda’s first studio album, “Q-ban mixology,” produced by Dave Gray, which is available on iTunes, Last.FM, CDBaby, Amazon and Reverbnation.

About Glenda del E:
Glenda del E is a multifaceted Afro Latin Soul artist show’s life purpose is to influence, inspire, motivate and collaborate through music in order to spread a message of Love, Unity and Passion at a universal level. Open to a variety of musical influences, from Classical piano repertoire and Cuban folklore, to Hip-Hop, R&B and Jazz, del E has managed to establish herself as an extremely talented versatile musician amongst diverse music circles in Havana, Miami, Toronto and currently in NYC. Her first studio album, “Q-ban Mixology,” produced by Dave Gray, includes original compositions and arrangements, along with del E’s trademark of positive and inspiring lyrics . The album, a mix of pop-soul hooks and funk-jazz influenced-arrangements, defy generally held notions of what Cuban music is and defines her truly unique and genuine sound. Glenda del E is the Transdiaspora Network Artistic Ambassador.

About Transdiaspora Network:
Transdiaspora Network (TDN) is an organization in special consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council that has brought the global discussion on HIV/AIDS to a local level through social innovation and youth development. Communication plays a central role in our prevention and health promotion strategies. Since our inception, TDN has provided RIPPLE program workshops to more than 5,000 youth in local high schools, mostly Blacks and Latinos, from The Bronx, Brownsville, Coney Island, Crown Heights, East New York, Sheepshead Bay, Canarsie and East Flatbush. Through our BOLD Initiative internship, capacity building training and academic collaborations, we have engaged more than a dozens local and international students with diverse cultural backgrounds from Jamaica, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Trinidad & Tobago, St Kitts & Nevis, Grenada, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Egypt and China.

For more information, please visit: (Hashtags: #LUP and #LoveUnityPassion)