Legendary Duo Hollaphonic Are Going To Be A Part of NASA's Moon Tunes And It Is Exciting
NASA just decided to pull off the coolest campaign for their 50th-anniversary celebration of Apollo 11 landing on the moon and Hollaphonic is a part of it.
NASA is creating a playlist for their journey to the moon by 2024 and they have included the legendary duo Hollaphonic's song 'Spaceship' to add to their playlist. Hollaphonic released their single 'Spaceship' in 2017 and it is now going to be featured on NASA's moon tunes playlist.
1969 was when Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon and now by 2024, NASA is planning to return to the moon.
And for that, they've asked people on Twitter about what their 'road trip to the moon' song would be.
Spaceship is going to be added to their playlist, woohooo
Hollaphonic fans everywhere right now..
NASA sent out an official tweet on their Twitter handle and the response was crazy
50 years ago, NASA was preparing to land humans on the Moon. Now, we’re getting ready to return by 2024. In honor of the #Apollo50th anniversary, we’re making a playlist fit for a lunar journey with @ThirdRockRadio. Til June 28, share a song you’d include with #NASAMoonTunes! pic.twitter.com/FXxHsz5Hjj— Johnson Space Center (@NASA_Johnson) June 3, 2019
Twitter users are encouraged to share their favorite tunes with the hashtag #NASAMoonTunes
We suggest iKON’s Love Scenario ✨ #NASAMoonTunes— House of iKON (@HouseOfiKON) June 6, 2019