Mishko Shares “Changing,” Filmed During BLM Protests

Known for spreading education and resources through his powerful art, Mishko has navigated textural and trippy visuals into experimental pop music with new single “Changing,” out today. Written and filmed around the George Floyd protests in Los Angeles, Mishko explains: “Considering the majority of those I consider my closest friends and family are BIPOC, I can’t be silent. The protests felt very powerful and the unity was incredibly inspiring. However, now that we’ve tired out and moved on with the constant inundation of new issues, it’s important to not forget or give up the fight against police brutality and oppression. It might take a while to change, but we’ll never let up.” 

Watch: “Changing

Produced by Calvin Valentine (De La Soul, Nas, Juicy J) & mastered by Randy Merrill (Lady Gaga, Harry Styles, Beck), Mishko wanted the song to invoke a feeling of hope more than anything. “The reality of this fight is that it’s going to take years, and a lot of effort,” he continues. “We cannot afford to ever take off the pressure. I wanted this track to uplift and help bring us into the dark times ahead ready to take life on.”

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