This fabulous music video 'He Said, She Said' promotes young people's social and emotional well-being, and the importance of dealing with gossip, yarn carting, bullying, jealousy and back biting.
Indigenous Hip Hop Project (IHHP) artists in partnership with Central and North West Queensland Medicare Local, Doomadgee PCYC, Doomadgee Well Being Centre and Save the Children worked alongside the talented youth from Doomadgee community, to create 'He Said, She Said'.
IHHP visited Doomadgee Country talking about health issues around, social and emotional well being, gossip, yarn carting, bullying, jealousy and back biting.
If this song is any indication of the future leaders of the Doomadgee community, then look out, because they are strong, proud and DEADLY!!! This song is guaranteed to make you think about the positives in yourself and the strengths that everyone has to offer. Think about what you say to others and how it will effect them. If you are gonna say something on line or to someones face then make sure its positive and constructive.