All Revenue From 3LAU's 'Fire' Will Go to Build Schools in Developing World

Nikko Lamere


When 2016 began, 3LAU set out to do everything he could to raise $200,000 for Pencils of Promise. PoP is a non-profit that builds schools and expands educational opportunities in the developing world, and astoundingly, 3LAU has come real close to meeting his goal. Now, he needs your help.

3LAU Launches Charity Label BLUME, Aims to Raise $100K in 2016: Exclusive

To date, 3LAU has raised $105,000 in ticket sales, as well as $90,000 in revenue from his previous single “Is It Love.” Today, 3LAU released “Fire,” a dream-like and emotional collaboration with buddy Said The Sky and singer Christina.

The track is released via 3LAU's not-for-profit label Blume, which means all the money from sales and streams of “Fire” will go directly to PoP's efforts. If all his fans band together, it should be enough to cover the $5,000 left toward his goal. Stream it via Spotify below, and make the easiest difference of your life.


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