Proceeds from Song Downloads to be Donated to Children’s Hospitals Across the Country

Dallas (October 31) – Twelve-year-old singer/songwriter Sunny Malouf has announced that her new song Superhero will benefit a number of children’s hospitals and charities as she dedicates the ballad to the “superheroes” she met while touring the country as part of DigiTour. The rising young pop star, who is managed by Kevin Jonas Sr. (The Jonas Group) and is signed to TMT Music Group, would perform for young cancer patients on her own volition to brighten their day and was affected by their strength.

“When I first started visiting hospitals, I wanted to be able to spend time with the kids, sing for them and do anything I could to inspire and brighten their lives,” said Malouf. “But with each visit, it was me who changed and who left feeling stronger and smiling brighter because of the amazing courage they showed.”

Malouf’s desire to give led her to a friendship with young cancer survivor Leah Still, daughter of NFL player Devon Still, whose heroic fight made national news. Still has since formed the Leah Still Foundation, which will also benefit from the proceeds of “Superhero.” Still is also the star of the “Superhero” music video.

A performer since the age of six, Malouf has worked with some of the best in the business including award-winning music producer, Damon Sharpe (Jennifer Lopez, Ariana Grande & Destiny’s Child) and vocal coach Brett Manning (Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus & Keith Urban), who co-produced “Superhero.”

To download “Superhero” go to the iTunes Store and search “Superhero Sunny” or click HERE to view the video.