Berkeley, CA, November 01, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- With the most important Presidential election in history taking place next week, Nathan Veshecco has written a song for Barack and Michelle Obama called Bump If You Love Me. The two-minute song plays off the affectionate fist bump the Democratic Presidential nominee and his wife give to one another as a way of showing their mutual love.
Veshecco has a vision of people everywhere -- young, old, all ethnicities and cultures -- creating videos of fist bumpin’ with their loved ones, friends, neighbors, co-workers, strangers on the street, their dog – whatever. He hopes the song will inspire everyone to “show your love.” Videos can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org to be part of a YouTube Bump If You Love Me phenomenon.
You can listen to the song now on Nathan Veshecco’s MySpace -- www.myspace.com/nathanveshecco and on November 4, 2008 you can activate a free download of the song when you purchase Veshecco’s new single The Love Jerk at www.thelovejerk.com.
Two songs for $.99. Bump if you love it.
If you would like more information, promo requests, or to schedule an interview with Nathan Veshecco, please call Kira Lugo at 717.574.8615 or email Kira at email@example.com.