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#MusicMonday: Jessie Reyez- Intruders

Good Afternoon Anthromistic Fam(ily)!

Can you believe it's been a year since we've last communicated? Wow, how time flies. I hope your body, mind, and soul are protected from any negative energies that may come your way! Namaste.

To ease back into writing, I would like to begin with a new #MusicMonday article. This week, let's take a look at Jessie Reyez's [Real Name:Jessica Reyez] newest single, Intruders, off her debut album BEFORE LOVE CAME TO KILL US . Released March 2020, the album features hit tunes by the 29 year old Colombian/Canadian songstress such as "Imported" with 6lack.

On June 19, 2020 Reyez's shared the official video for Intruders via Youtube. As the world around us changes for the better (positive affirmation) the evil foundation America was built on is being highlighted among the masses. The animation video does a beautiful job capturing the emotional pain and aftermath of colonization.

In a press statement, the singer/songwriter explained "colonialism is in the mitochondria of racism." "The video serves as an allegory for today's society and the detrimental effects brought on by governmental and economic institutions that were built on oppression and theft."

Reyez also announced 100% of the royalties earned from Intruders streams in the

United States will be donated to Colin Kaepernick’s Know Your Rights organization until December 31, 2020.

Check out Intruders below:

[Verse 1] I found ya, cleared land Put down my flag This is mine from now on When I see intruders I load up my weapons And fire my cannons I wrote my name Everywhere For all eyes to see You're beautiful, beautiful I see them stare But you belong to me [Chorus] So please, no intruders I'd kill all intruders 'Cause my love is ruthless So please, no intruders [Verse 2] I wrote you a love song A war song I'll sing it when the ships come, yeah I'll die for my state Love in my veins You are my kingdom I wrote your name Everywhere For all eyes to see You're beautiful, beautiful I see them stare But you belong to me