A Group Of Dubai-Based Musicians Collaborated On A Track In Unity With The ‘Black Lives Matter’ Movement

In the spirit of justice and unity with the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement, following the tragic death of George Floyd in the US, a group of musicians based in Dubai teamed up to release the track inspired by the 46-year-old’s last words, “I Can’t Breathe.”

Dubai artists share peace and unity with “Black Lives Matter” movement with new song

A second wave of protests in solidarity with the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement emerged after George Floyd’s death last month, putting racism and intolerance into question once again after the fatal murder of Trayvon Martin back in 2012 that ignited the movement.

The Firm Band Dubai release black lives matter new song i can't breathe protests diversity

Photograph credit: Pixabay

In case you missed the news, Floyd’s death led to a slew of demonstrations across the US followed by protests worldwide. A lot of artists took this matter as an opportunity to show solidarity with the movement, especially musicians. The Firm Dubai, a homegrown band in Dubai encompassing a crew of artists from various backgrounds collaborated on a track taking inspiration from Floyd’s last words, “I Can’t Breathe.” Check it out:

You can follow more of The Firm Dubai’s music on your YouTube channel.

Read: THE UAE ISSUES ADVISORY FOR CITIZENS IN THE US AMID GEORGE FLOYD PROTESTS

Read: THERE’S A NEW TRACK COMPOSED BY A DUBAI-BASED DJ GOING VIRAL ON YOUTUBE

(Featured photograph credit: Pixabay)

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