I'm Every Woman (From “Black History Always / Music For the Movement Vol. 2"/Audio Only)
"I'm Every Woman" performed by Tinashe (@tinashenow)
From Black History Always / Music For the Movement Vol. 2 - OUT NOW!
Download/stream it here: http://hollywoodrecs.co/blackh....istoryalways?iqid=hw
Grammy and BET-nominated Singer/Songwriter Tinashe offers a contemporary version of “I’m Every Woman.” Originally released in 1978, “I’m Every Woman” was Chaka Khan’s iconic debut solo single. The song embodies female strength and empowerment, and the connectedness of all women. At a time when Black women deserve their flowers the most, this record stands tall. Tinashe has collaborated with many artists, from Ty Dolla Sign to Britney Spears, making her a much sought-after R&B artist. The artwork for “I’m Every Woman” was also illustrated by Cristina Martinez (@sew_trill).
About Music For The Movement/Black History Always:
The “Black History Always - Music For The Movement Vol. 2” EP is set for release Friday, February 26, The EP is the second volume of the ongoing project between The Undefeated, ESPN’s content initiative exploring the intersection of sports, race and culture, and Hollywood Records. “Black History Always” is the follow up to Volume I’s “I Can’t Breathe” which features Rapsody, Keedron Bryant, Jensen McRae, Robert Glasper, Terrace Martin and Alex Isley.
The “Black History Always” EP will launch this week with a media blitz, including a performance from Tobe Nwigwe on Jimmy Kimmel Live (February 24), a performance from Momo with Infinity Song on Good Morning America 3 (February 25), and an hour-long special on ESPN entitled “A Room Of Our Own” (February 28) which will feature performances from Volumes I & II from Tinashe, Freddie Gibbs, Jensen McRae and Alex Isley. There will also be conversations and podcasts with multiple outlets including CBS News, Color of Change, Another Act with Kelley Carter, and The Right Time with Bomani Jones.
Thematically “Black History Always” balances the realities of Black America’s continued struggles, while also celebrating Black beauty and offering messages of hope. Like “I Can’t Breathe,” “Black History Always” features reimagined, historically significant songs as well as an original song, with the addition of a spoken word piece, made by and for Black America with contemporary artists. The message of hope is that everyone sees the beauty and history in Black culture. Each track has original artwork, created by Black artists.
Though Black History Month is celebrated in February, Black history is made every day, and the EP celebrates that in music and art.
About The Undefeated:
The Undefeated is ESPN’s multiplatform content initiative exploring the intersections of sports, race and culture. The digital hub, www.TheUndefeated.com, which launched in May 2016, combines innovative long-form and short-form storytelling, original reporting and provocative commentary to enlighten and entertain African Americans, as well as sports fans seeking a deeper understanding of Black athletes, culture and related issues. In addition to its cutting-edge content, The Undefeated seeks to be a thought-leader on race, sports and culture in the country – convening insightful forums to discuss and debate topical issues affecting sports and race in America.
Official website: https://theundefeated.com
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