H.E.R Reps Black Panther Message In ‘Fight For You’ Video

Written By Cyrus Langhorne

Grammy Winner Delivers Powerful Visual

Grammy-winning singer H.E.R. has finally come through with the visual treatment to her powerful "Fight for You" single off the Judas and the Black Messiah film. The music video turns back the clock to the height of the Black Panther movement.

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H.E.R Reps Black Panther Movement

In the must-watch video, H.E.R. goes back to a white cop shooting a Black man in the early 1970’s New York City. The visual shares powerful moments of unity and the fuel for what brought groups together to fight oppression and racism.

Fast-forward 50 years later to 2021, and the R&B singer is helping her father deliver pairs of black shoes to loved ones with Hampton’s famous proclamation “I am a revolutionary” stamped on the heel. Despite the history of violence against the Black Panther Party repeating itself in the visual narrative, “Fight for You” invokes the undying spirit of the revolution and pays homage to its past and present members. (Billboard)

H.E.R reps Black Panther movement.

H.E.R.’s I Can’t Breathe Music Video

In June 2020, H.E.R. shared her powerful and emotionally-driven “I Can’t Breathe” music video. The visual came days after the murder of Black man George Floyd from a white police officer in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Sullivan + Church + H.E.R. Crush Super Bowl Performances

At Super Bowl LV, H.E.R. performed a soulful take on “America the Beautiful.” Along with the singer, crooners Jazmine Sullivan and Eric Church contributed to the festivities with their “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

2 Chainz Trolls Pepsi Over Weeknd’s Super Bowl Halftime Show

Atlanta rapper 2 Chainz noticed something very interesting about the Super Bowl LV halftime performance. Deuce came forward to react to The Weeknd putting on a stunning set but also acknowledge a key theme in the singer’s tunes. Deuce hopped onto Instagram with a hilarious observation. Despite the halftime show being perceived as PG for viewers, Chainz acknowledged Weeknd’s content and played on the fact it was presented by Coca-Cola rival Pepsi.

“the Pepsi halftime show but every song is about coke”

“😂 legendary”

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Written by Cyrus Langhorne

SOHH.com Writer. You're likely to find me covering hip-hop news and music releases. Netflix is still my go-to before Disney Plus.

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