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Thundercat has dropped a new song as part of Listerine’s new campaign in support of a non-profit creating more opportunities for diversity in dentistry. Stream the track, which features samples of mouthwash sounds, below.
Listerine’s The Whoa Collection collaboration with the creative agency Compound also features a limited edition bottle design by Philly visual artist King Saladeen. The campaign is designed to drive awareness and help close the diversity gap in dentistry within the Black community, with up to $150,000 of its proceeds going toward the Increasing Diversity in Dentistry (IDID) program.
According to a press release, only 4% of dentists in the United States are Black, and there is simultaneously a major disparity in oral health care access: a reported 40% of Black adults are living with untreated dental cavities. Founded by Dr. Jeanette Sabir-Holloway in 2010, IDID aims to change that by providing opportunities for historically underrepresented populations interested in becoming dental professionals.
Earlier this year, Thundercat teamed up with Tame Impala on their collaboration “No More Lies.” His last album, It Is What It Is, was released in 2020. You can currently catch Thundercat on a tour of North and South America. See the dates here, and grab your tickets here.