MIA promotes recycling on new song for H&M campaign
MIA has unveiled the full video for her previously-teased new track ‘Rewear It’.
MIA recently teamed up with H&M, penning her new song for World Recycle Week. World Recycle Week takes place this year from April 18-24. The clothing chain is encouraging customers to recycle unwanted clothes at its stores.
“If all [H&M] do is go and inspire another high-street brand to get in on caring and being conscious, or if H&M gets criticized for any of their factory processes, these are all good things,” MIA told Vogue.
Watch the full video for ‘Rewear It’ below.
MIA is expected to release her new album ‘Matahdatah’ shortly. It will be the follow-up to 2013’s ‘Matangi’ and her fifth LP to date. She recently unveiled two new songs, titled ‘MIA OLA’ and ‘Foreign Friend’.
MIA was recently involved in a legal dispute with French football team Paris Saint-Germain after her ‘Borders’ video saw her wearing a PSG shirt with its sponsor Fly Emirates changed to read “Fly Pirates”. The club took objection to this.
Speaking about the issue, MIA said that she didn’t expect the issue to arise because she “was thinking about the bigger picture, which is that way more people are going to die at sea if we don’t do something”.