George Floyd’s Death Reached The Grammy Awards!
A song officially inspired by the dying words of George Floyd has just made it to the tops – winning a Grammy Award.
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“I can’t breath”, a song written and performed by a young singer named H.E.R (Having Everything Revealed) won the award “Song of the year” on the 63rd Grammy Awards.
The lyrics of the song include the verses:
Trying times all the time
Destruction of minds, bodies, and human rights
Stripped of bloodlines, whipped and confined
This is the American pride
It’s justifying a genocide
Romanticizing the theft and bloodshed
That made America the land of the free
To take a black life, land of the free
To bring a gun to a peaceful fight for civil rights
You are desensitized to pulling triggers on innocent lives
Because that’s how we got here in the first place
These wounds sink deeper than the bullet
Your entitled hands could ever reach
Generations and generations of pain, fear, and anxiety
Equality is walking without intuition
Saying the protector and the killer is wearing the same uniform
The revolution is not televised
Media perception is forced down the throats of closed minds
So it’s lies in the headlines
And generations of supremacy resulting in your ignorant, privileged eyes
And during an interview before the Grammys, the young singer H.E.R. told for “Entertainment Tonight” that she considers this song as“the soundtrack to a movement”, referring at the time to the Black Lives Matter protests and riots that absolutely shook the whole country.
“I mean, it’s been the soundtrack to a movement, you know, one of many songs, and I’m just happy to be a part of history now,” she added about her song.