Latin recording artist Samantha Sanchez has announced she’s teaming up with The Cybersmile Foundation on Stop Cyberbullying Day.
The fast rising Spanish-Cuban singer, signed to Rebeleon Entertainment in collaboration with Virgin Music US Latin, has faced cyberbullies head on and is looking to help out her fans dealing with online abuse.
Joining a host of music stars supporting Cybersmile including Normani and Jake Zyrus, Sanchez is the latest Cybersmile Ambassador to help address the growing problem of cyberbullying around the world.
Following the release of her first EP, Amor Roma, Sanchez has amassed a growing international fan base in Latin America and across Europe, with more exciting musical releases planned for 2021.
Having been discovered by Grammy winner Sebastian Krys, the Miami based singer has released no fewer than 5 singles, and could be on the way to mega stardom following in the footsteps of Camila Cabello, Selena Gomez and other singers.
The Cybersmile Foundation announced they would be working with Sanchez to help raise awareness of issues surrounding body image and digital wellbeing along with mental health.
Sanchez revealed in a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight that she had at times struggled with her mental health, but wanted to encourage her fans to be confident and know that their dreams can come true.
Stop Cyberbullying Day takes place every third Friday in June, and welcomes a host of stars, public figures and organizations who promote a kinder and more inclusive internet.