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Published on June 5th, 2020 | by Juli MIller


7 Tracks That May Uplift You During The BLM Movement #BlackLivesMatter

The world is a very unique and interesting place to be right now! But we are here to remind you that there isn’t a single thing that we won’t overcome together… We believe these songs will help you feel just a little bit better inside as you navigate life during these coming weeks and months. Check out our top 7 list of songs that will uplift your soul during the BLM Movement.

  1. Eminem – ‘Not Afraid’

When listening to ‘Not Afraid,’ we almost feel like we can do anything we’ve ever set our minds to. Eminem has a specific influence over his listeners, in a non-dominating way, that will empower us in a motivational way!

  1. Michael Jackson – ‘Man in the Mirror’ 

‘Man in the Mirror’ is all about looking at yourself and realizing that you can– and should– make a change, not just to better yourself but to make the world a better place.

  1. Des Ree – You Gotta Be

This empowering ‘90s classic speaks for itself. This confidence-boosting anthem will inspire you to set your goals and conquer your day, while embracing the challenge. Go get ‘em, tiger!

  1. Briguel – ‘No One Really Knows’

NYC native artist duo, BriGuel recently released one of their biggest hits yet, ‘No One Really Knows.’ The fresh new track addresses the challenges currently surfacing around the globe. The song aims to shed a light on life and enlighten listeners to never take a single moment in life for granted.

  1. Beyoncé – ‘Formation’

Queen B is at it again! ‘Formation’ is an oldie but always puts us in a good mood when listening to it. Although it’s geared towards the ladies, we think anyone who hears the song will immediately be mesmerized by B’s vocalize and ability to arouse the crowd! 

  1. Cimo Fränkel – ‘World Is Waking Up’ 

Amsterdam native Cimo Fränkel is spreading a universal message with his new release, ‘World Is Waking Up,’ perfectly timed during the COVID-19 pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement. The song includes a wonderful lyrical layover as Fränkel describes the new and enlightenment the world is facing right now.  

  1. J Cole – ‘Be Free’

J Cole does not need an introduction because he is and always will be one who is loved by many due to his untamable talent, strength, wisdom in life and spoken truth. ‘Be Free’ is so relevant and a much needed listen during these days. Thank you for this masterpiece, J!

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