No Frills Drops Physical Distancing Banger "A Cart Apart"

No Frills Drops Physical Distancing Banger 'A Cart Apart'
Forever attempting to be the littest grocery chain, Galen Weston Jr.'s No Frills has released a COVID-19 hip-hop banger/PSA reminding shoppers to maintain physical distancing inside the store.

The song, titled "A Cart Apart," instructs shoppers — through rapping — to make sure they wash their hands before entering the grocery store, not to over-handle produce and to only come once a week if possible, in addition to reminding listeners that "haulers need to come together / by staying apart."

Aside from urging shoppers to "haul" responsibly, No Frills has also committed to donating $1 per stream (up to $50,000) to President's Choice's children's charities.

Read the company's statement below:

In times like these, we all need to come together by staying a cart apart. Let's be patient. Let's be respectful. And let's all work together to #HaulResponsibly. Each time you view or stream "A Cart Apart," we will donate $1* to the President's Choice Children's Charity. By streaming this song, you are helping support President's Choice Children's Charities, as they continue to reach vulnerable children with food during COVID-19 closures across Canada.

The song is available to stream on YouTube currently and is set to hit Spotify and iHeartRadio shortly.

Watch the video below.