Hunter Hayes 'We're Not Invisible' mosaic debuts on his website
Stephen L. Betts
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Hunter Hayes, who debuted his latest single, "Invisible," on this year's Grammy Awards telecast, has noted how personal the song is to him, and he wanted to allow others to share their own deeply personal stories about what the tune means to them as well.
Fans are invited to Instagram to upload a video using the hashtag #iamnotinvisible to proclaim to others why they are not invisible. The collected stories range from dealing with feelings of being an outcast to making it through the isolating experience of bullying, with each person explaining just how they learned to overcome their struggles and did not allow others to make them feel invisible. The videos are automatically fed into a mosaic that launches today at Hunter's official website.
"Invisible" topped the SoundScan and iTunes country songs chart, selling more than 126,000 singles in one week. For every iTunes download of "Invisible" in the U.S. and Puerto Rico until April 4, Child Hunger Ends Here will donate the monetary equivalent of one meal (11.1 cents) to Feeding America, up to 1 million meals.
Hunter's We're Not Invisible tour begins March 20 and features special guests Danielle Bradbery and Dan + Shay.
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