GAINESVILLE, Fla. (WCJB) -Black lives matter. It’s a message archer native Nytrell Greenlee desires to amplify in what he calls the guts of Gainesville at Bo Diddley plaza.
“We’re calling for a march nevertheless it’s nonetheless black on black crimes,” he mentioned.
That’s the lyric meaning essentially the most to Greenlee as a small group of household and pals gathered to visualise his newest track, Black Lives Matter.
“That is the proper time,” talked about Greenlee. “It’s been happening for therefore lengthy, it’s been happening for years and and years years however no person’s listening to us. So I simply really feel like, to achieve a sure neighborhood, to achieve a sure space, I really feel like we will put it in track as a result of lots of people like music. The best way I put out messages is thru songs. I did a track known as put the weapons down additionally final 12 months. I’m all about positivity and I’m all about peaceable protesting.”
With creativity on his aspect, Greenlee says he’ll proceed to make use of his voice for social justice.
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