Chicago artist Jamila Woods delivers a dynamic message about black women in new video “Blk Girl Soldier,” a track that would be relevant both in the 1960s during the Civil Rights movement and in today’s era, specifically with the Black Lives Matter movement.
The video depicts imagery of the Black Power movement: natural beauty, war paint, and Black Panther images. The song is a political piece and a celebration of powerful women of color that speaks to the importance and stereotypes of being a female of color, much in the same tone as Aaradhna’s “Brown Girl.”
“Blk Girl Soldier” is the first video from her upcoming solo project Heavn.
Be empowered by Woods’ message…