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Disneynature 'Oceans' Gets Official Music Video

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Avatar isn’t the only green-themed film getting a release on Earth Day.

Disneynature is getting ready to release its next documentary juggernaut OCEANS as a follow-up to last April’s highly successful EARTH release. Both films mix new footage with some of the classic scenes we’ve seen from Discovery’s Planet Earth — with this year’s focus obviously narrowed to the undersea variety.

As we mentioned a few weeks back, Joe Jonas (of The Jonas Brothers) and Demi Lovato came together to perform a duet of the new green-themed song “Make A Wave”. It was created to draw awareness to Disney’s “Friends for Change: Project Green”, which inspires the younger generation to take active steps to exercise daily environmental stewardship. In addition, it’s also be selected as the title song of OCEANS.

Anyways, the official music video for the film has been released. It’s about as simple as they come (but not horrible) with documentary footage interspersed between scenes of Jonas and Lovato driving around, playing on the beach, and belting in the studio. Bonus: Proceeds from each purchase of the song benefit the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund. Check it out below the fold.

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