Members of anti-crime group Shout SA are calling for South Africans to participate in a mass viral campaign against crime.
On Thursday, the organisation launched a new music video and an anti-crime 'smartphone application' at Monte Casino in Fourways, north of Johannesburg.
The audience responded with a standing ovation after the new song titled You're The Voice was aired.
It features over 30 artists, including Arno Carstens, Kurt Darren, Ard Matthews, Lloyd Cele, PJ Powers and Idols winner Elvis Blue.
Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu also made an appearance.
Shout SA's Danny K said he hopes the song will be popular with listeners.
"We got an unprecedented line-up of the finest entertainment and sports people. The video is mind-blowing."
Watch the video below:
To download the track, text VOICE to 49300. It costs R20 to download and proceeds will be donated to anti-crime initiatives.