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10 Songs That Defined the BLM Protests Throughout 2020

Protest music is an essential music genre. Its beauty lies in its solidarity to recognise the wrong to do right. From Punk to Hip-Hop, music will always unite and teach to a collective mindset.

2020 saw a global response to the Black Lives Matter movement. Thousands of global protests, against the murders of black individuals including George Floyd and Breonna Taylor shook and woke up the world to the reality and prevalence of institutionalised racism. The protests showed that despite personal backgrounds, supporters around the world will fight for justice and equality.

We’ve collated 10 songs released this year, which explore the BLM movement and its fight for equality. I will let the songs speak for themselves in terms of their united message

No.1- Lockdown by Anderson Paak.

No.2- Can’t Put it in the Hands of Fate by Stevie Wonder, Rapsody, Cordae, Chika and Busta Rhymes

No.3- Pig Feet by Denzel Curry and Terrace Martin

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No.4- BLACK PARADE by Beyoncé

No.5- Sweeter by Leon Bridges

No.6- The Climb Back by J. Cole

No.7- walking in the snow by Run The Jewels

No.8- I Can’t Breathe by H.E.R.

No.9- Freeze Tag by Terrace Martin

No.10- South Gotta Change by Adia Victoria

Listen to the playlist created here, and feel free to add your personal favourites to this playlist.

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