Hana Kim releases song to benefit sex trafficking victims

October 15, 2014
(Joanne Pio/Courtesy of Hana Kim)

(Joanne Pio/Courtesy of Hana Kim)

Hana Kim, a Los Angeles-based Korean American singer-songwriter, released a new song Wednesday to benefit prevention and awareness for domestic sex trafficking.

“Heaven Sees Me” spotlights and seeks to cast awareness on sex trafficking. All proceeds from the track will go toward Saving Innocence, an organization that helps at-risk children for sex trafficking.

Kim has performed at the Hotel Cafe and the Ford Amphitheatre and opened for artists like Ryan Cabrera, Sam Bradley and Marty O’Reilly. Her latest album, “Exodo,” was released last year.

Watch the video below: