Nigerian singer-songwriter and musician, Oxlade, over the weekend supported WaterAid; an international non-governmental organization, focused on water, sanitation and hygiene to raise money for its Future on Tap appeal by performing some of his best-known songs and new music from his privy. The Bathroom Sessions were free to watch and was streamed on WaterAid’s and Clash Magazine’s Facebook channels.
Whereas the organization’s May Bathroom Sessions benefited their COVID-19 emergency appeal, this time Water Aid to raised funds to deliver clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene to people around the world who are disproportionately affected by the climate crisis.
“So this is my bathroom session with @clashmagazine for @wateraid ….It’s a sign form contribution to assist kids who got less access to clean water …..To survive….You can go to their official YouTube channel to watch this again, you will be saving a kids life …..”, Oxlade posted on Instagram
Bathroom Sessions is a unique online music festival featuring influential artists from around the world who come together to play exclusive sets from their bathrooms in support of WaterAid’s vital work. In 2020 they’ve had some amazing line-ups, from UK acts Mel C, Rag ‘n’ Bone Man and High Contrast, to international superstars Stonebwoy, Yuna, Simi and Johnny Drille.