Watch Legendary Band 'Earth, Wind and Fire' Congratulating 2020 Graduates with Golden Advices
Iconic music group Earth, Wind & Fire congratulates the class of 2020 as they graduate amid such uncertain times. The group provided graduates with messages of inspiration to keep them motivated to reach for their dreams.
The Class of 2020 just graduated in such a unique way, as a lot of them didn't get to experience the traditional graduation ceremony. Instead, their diplomas were either mailed to them, or they graduated virtually.
To boost the morale of the graduates who are about to venture into the unknown, Earth, Wind & Fire members shared a compiled video of their messages for them. Their messages included words of motivation and inspiration for them to power through.
CELEBRATING CLASS OF 2020
Although they've been a group for more than 40 decades now, Earth, Wind & Fire songs continue to resonate with millions around the world. Their top hits include "Shining Star," "Devotion," After the Love Is Gone," "September," and a whole lot more.
Barack and Michelle Obama embraced the "new normal" and announced their part in a virtual commencement speech for 2020 high school and college graduating seniors.
Their songs became anthems in every celebration, and of course, graduations are one of them. Now, they didn't waste any time to greet the Class of 2020, who can dance the night away with their loved ones while they celebrate at home.
A SPECIAL GRADUATION
Recently, Barack and Michelle Obama embraced the "new normal" and announced their part in a virtual commencement speech for 2020 high school and college graduating seniors. The couple confirmed that they are set to take part in a nationwide commencement exercise that aims to celebrate the accomplishments of the graduating class.
The address is set to take place on June 6, 2020, via YouTube, and will include speeches from the Obamas, BTS, Lady Gaga, Secretary Robert M. Gates, Sundar Pichai, Secretary Condoleeza Rice, and Malala Yousafzai.
A NEW CHAPTER
It will also include appearances by AsapSCIENCE, Alicia Keys, Chloe x Halle, Dude Perfect, Jackie Aina, Kelly Rowland, Mr. Kate, The Try Guys, Zane Hijazi, Zendaya, and Kerry Washington. Such organized commencement exercises are made so as not to downplay the hard work that graduates put in, despite being in such uncertain situations.
Ultimately, it hopes to give them a boost of morale and encouragement for them to begin a new chapter in their life with positivity and courage. After all, graduation is a special event worth celebrating.
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