“Dalai Lama’s Mantra” Video Released by Rebel Pop Singer Songwriter Katie Costello

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BfTQo2R0AZgBROOKLYN, N.Y., July 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Rebel Pop Singer Songwriter, Katie Costello is releasing a beautiful, heart-warming music video in honor of the 14th Dalai Lama’s long life. Titled, “Dalai Lama’s Mantra,” this original song is the first time his mantra has been set to music.

Katie Costello, at the behest of a Buddhist monk, collaborated with Tibetan artist, Tenzin Gocha to put Buddhist mantras to music, among them the “Dalai Lama’s Mantra.” This collaboration resulted in the REBEL POP Records Special Release of meditation music, the EP, “Universal Spread of Compassionate Wisdom.” The “Dalai Lama’s Mantra” music video is being released in time for his 81st birthday, today, July 6th.

At a time of unprecedented violence and discord, the “Dalai Lama’s Mantra” music video is sure to raise the spirits of all who view it. This video is not just for Buddhists, it will bring a smile to all walks of life and age groups.

Founded in 2008, REBEL POP Records is an Independent Label and Music Publisher (Rebel Pop Songs/BMI), founded by Katie Costello and Vivekan.Its mission is to bring quality popular music from the heart of sincere Artists, straight to music fans all over the world. Along with “Universal Spread of Compassionate Wisdom”, its catalog of releases include, “Rebel Pop Singer Songwriter”, “Kaleidoscope Machine”, “Lamplight”, “The City in Me” and more. For more information, contact: REBEL POP Records.

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Press Release – Dalai Lama’s Mantra.pdf

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