Marieme To Release A String Of Singles This Summer: Songs For The Revolution

Marieme will release a string of singles this summer: ‘Songs For The Revolution.’  The Senegalese-American singer closed out 2019 taking meetings, being courted by labels and waiting to plan her next release. …Then 2020 happened and Marieme was so moved by recent events she decided to stop waiting and get to work with new music with the hopes of starting to heal herself and the world around her. She kicks the series off with a video only release of her track ‘Lovechild’ that recently premiered on Billboard Pride. Of the track Marieme says: The song is about remembering who you are, you’re a lovechild”

The video was directed by Fredgy Noël and features the names and faces of Transgender women of color murdered in this country this year.  “Trans lives matter, we know nothing about their struggle and whether you agree with their life or not, it is your duty to treat every human being as such, a HUMAN!  Unfortunately the rate in which Black Trans women are being killed is alarming. There are many constructs to deconstruct, that’s the only way to end oppression for all.”

Marieme is also hosting weekly live sessions across her social media platforms: “For me the live sessions are like therapy sessions, not only for the viewers but for me also. I use music to better understand the human condition. Before some songs I do a simple affirmation or go deeper into the songs meaning as a way to help bring about healing and to empower people, to recognize the importance of the times we are in right now.”

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