Lalah Hathaway Highlights America’s Nightmare in “Honestly” Music Video

Lalah Hathaway continues to shine the spotlight on social injustice by released the music video for “Honestly,” the title track from her forthcoming highly-anticipated eighth studio album, out November 3, 2017.

In the clip, the daughter of legendary Soul Singer Donny Hathaway, who also was a champion for social change, recap the protests of Fergusson (2014), events in Charlottesville, VA, Black Lives Matter marches, Standing Rock’s oil pipeline fight, Colin Kaepernick’s NFL fight, and more as she sings about riding the planet of these veil incidents.

Lalah says “Honestly” is “a love song about love lost. I’m talking about falling out of love with America. Although I still have hope in this country and I still want to dream, this video is meant to symbolize how this time has made so many of us wake up to the nightmare of this country. And how we all just want the nightmare to end.”

Fans can pre-order the ‘Honestly’ album ahead of its November 3 release date here. About the project, she says, “My approach has always been to find and write great stories, which was a driving factor behind the creation of honestly,” said Lalah. “This album is a collection of entirely new and original recordings that really express where I am at this moment in time.”

Hathaway recently has announced the 2018 ‘The Honestly’ headlining tour, which kicks off on Tuesday, Jan. 16 in St. Louis, Missouri.


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