Emerson Windy's single Black America
"The record touches on a number of issues that plague America, not just Black America. The fact that education is so important to prosperity of this country yet we underpay our teachers and cut back on vital programs that our children need is a big part of why I created the record. I also touch on other things like violence that is running rampant in places like Chicago ( also known now as ChIRAQ), our at times misguided values, and misappropriations of finances. We are a beautiful people, but a lot needs to change moving forward and I am sure many of you would agree. Let's love each other, stop killing ourselves and I don't just mean with guns. I mean substances that are not natural and with poor decision making.
We can do it. This goes for all people, for we are all beautiful in our own ways. Black, White, Brown, Yellow and Native all the same.
Use this message to uplift yourselves but all while respecting EVERYBODY. Much love and respect to all. SHARE THIS MESSAGE of reflection."
"Black America" can be found on Emerson Windy's debut album Herojuana, available for download here:http://smarturl.it/ewytdp
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