The Last Animals Music
'The Last Animals’ song is a tribute to the last three Northern White rhinos on the planet and ‘Hold My Soul’ is a chant about shame and peace. The hip hop artist Emmanuel Jal is a Sudanese Canadian actor, musician and peace activist who was forced to be a child soldier by the Sudanese People’s Liberation Army. Proceeds from the song sales will be used by The Last Animals Foundation, a charity established in California, to provide educational scholarships for the children of fallen rangers. The foundation’s board members consist of Kate Brooks - director of The Last Animals film, Patrick Duboscq - the rangers trainer featured in the film and Dr. Rebecca Hardin - the film’s academic advisor from University of Michigan.