Sam Zherka’s Quadruplets ‘Z-N8tion’ Promote Positivity with New Song

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Selim Zherka’s sons ‘Z-N8tion’, a band of quadruplet boys, is using their new song, “Flag,” to promote tolerance, diversity, and unity in the United States.

At a time when many are divided on social issues, a small group of brothers strive to bring healing through a music video through their brand-new single, “Flag.” Theses brothers are part of a band known as Z-N8tion -- the first-ever quadruplet brother band -- and their catchy song has already garnered more than 20,000 views and more than 200 subscribers, according to philanthropist Sam Zherka, also known as Selim Zherka.

Z-N8tion’s four brothers, including Maxmimus, Lukah, Damien, and Bekim Zherka, are excited about the opportunity to share a message that is both positive and entertaining for their many fans. The point of “Flag” is to celebrate the country of diversity and unity instead of hatred and division.

This song and video are dedicated to individuals of all races, religions, and nationalities. In light of this, the song is a perfect tool for promoting fair treatment and for curbing bullying.

The father of the boys, who were raised in New York’s Westchester County, mentioned that following their daughter Luciana’s birth, his wife struggled in conceiving more children. She ended up going through nine rounds of vitro fertilization treatments that resulted in getting pregnant with quadruplet boys. The boys’ parents raised them to have positive mindsets, and now, they are eager to continually share this unity-driven message with the masses.

Their sister, Luciana, shares this mindset as well. Now 11 years old, she also makes an appearance in the boys’ music video for “Flag.” She furthermore helped her brother Bekim to write the song’s lyrics with the other siblings’ input.

Uplifting messages have been an integral part of Z-N8tion’s work. In fact, in the group’s first eponymous video, the quadruplets advised children to remain in school. They have also focused on encouraging children who are often berated for trying to be themselves. Other topics of their songs have included immigration, tolerance, and empathy. Their songs are catchy not only due to their unique messages in today’s divisive world but also because the industry-leading California’s Porterhouse Media produces the beats they use for their tunes.

Z-N8tion is the first band featuring quadruplet boys to make such a positive impact on young people. The boys are also passionate about contact sports and martial arts, so they promote these activities as well.

The boys’ objective is to give 10 percent of the proceeds of their work to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

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