Frustrated, angry, and exhausted Charmagne Tripp & The High drop new single “Humanity” on Juneteenth.
Inspirited By Injustice
On May 25, 2020, the murder of George Floyd brought people out from the safety of their homes during a worldwide pandemic to the streets to protest his murder by police officers in Minnesota. So closely following the murders of Amhaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor, this outcry for justice was undeniable.
Charmagne was awakened in the middle of the night with lyrics that would express what so many have felt for so long. She shared them with her bandmates and they collaborated to write “Humanity” a raw and honest outpouring of the pain, ire, and weariness felt by the Black community around systemic racism and how it plays out in the over-policing and unjust murders of Black and Brown people.
Lyrics & vocals - Charmagne Tripp - @singingcharm
Drums - Dexter Pettaway, Sr. - @dexterplab
Saxophone - David Davis - @saxuup
Keyboard - Wayne Brown - @waynepatrik
Mixed by Alex Delizio - @alex.da.engineer
Video edited by Luis 'Chase ' Boria - @director_chase
Images from Unsplash.com
Produced by Gripp Productions
Also available on Amazon Music, Apple Music, Spotify, Tidal, and Youtube/Google Play
Music For The Movement
Arts activism is a core value of the band. Wanting to turn their pain in triumph they are donating half of the proceeds from downloads to the Color Of Change, the largest online racial justice organization in the country, and help us fight to end the war on Black people in our country. The goal is $50,000. Find out more about the great work of Colorofchange.org and download “Humanity” to help combat racism.