Catriona Gray's "We're In This Together" Music Video Has Reached More Than 100,000 Views On YouTube
In her new music video for Young Focus, the Philippines’ Miss Universe bet, Catriona Gray, takes a clear stand for youth and education in the country.
Like a true queen, Miss Universe Philippines 2018 Catriona Gray is putting her influence to good use by supporting causes that are close to her heart: youth empowerment and poverty alleviation through education.
The beauty queen, model, and Berklee College of Music (Boston) alumna recently released a heartwarming music video for her single, “We’re in This Together.”
Written by Marcus Davis, the video was produced by Young Focus Philippines, a non-profit organization geared towards alleviating poverty in the country through educating underprivileged and at-risk youth.
Young Focus believes in ending poverty by educating children. They have programs for kids of all ages and even has an initiative for those who wish to pursue vocational courses or college degrees.
Catriona has been a volunteer for Young Focus even before she joined the pageant circuit. In a recent ABS-CBN interview, she shared, “I really believe in what they’re doing because it’s education-based. 'Yung mga bata, they’re from Smokey Mountain and Tondo. Young Focus offers free education for them. It’s humbling.” She also adds that when she does work for the charity, she feels anchored and has a clear sense of purpose.
In November 24, Catriona’s single has reached the number 1 spot on iTunes Philippines. The song is also available through Spotify and other online platforms. All proceeds from “We’re in This Together” will go to Young Focus. As of this writing, the music video has reached more than 100,000 views on YouTube.
Catriona is currently in Bangkok, Thailand for the Miss Universe pre-pageant activities, where she was seen wearing a green and black ensemble by Anthony Ramirez, a white alligator metallic jacquard pattern dress by Noel Crisostomo (which she wore with a round woven bag by Cali), a white button-down with a printed Tboli Marsala skirt by NIñOFRANCO, a denim jacket with a "Kababayan" print by LAHI, a pink pantsuit by Erwin Flores, a blue off-shoulder dress with asymmetrical hem by Louis Pangilinan, and a beige off-shoulder dress made with modern T'nalak fabric from South Cotabato by Jearsond.
Screenshots from Cat'elle on YouTube