Featuring cringe-worthy lyrics like, “Do you want to be a slave?”
Morrison wrote and Clapton performed the track, set for release next week.
The veteran singer-songwriter previously dismissed socially distanced concerts as “pseudo-science.”
He wrote the track to help kids understand why racial justice and freedom are worth fighting for.
Inspired by the spectacle of death and destruction that was last week’s Republican National Convention.
Its music video was filmed two days before the R&B singer gave birth.
Plus a music video in which Peaches captivates from inside the studio.
.Paak dropped the original version of the protest song on Juneteenth.
The veteran children’s singer stands in solidarity with protesters in Portland.
A playlist of 25 songs from metal to punk to hardcore that capture the rebellious spirit.
The collaborative track also features the Berlin-based electronic artist IXXF.
The 12-minute first single off upcoming album The Ascension.