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We’ve seen enough performative bullshit come from wealthy celebrities in social isolation, so we put together a playlist to inspire protest.

The last few days on social media have been very… weird. Particularly with the overwhelming amount of wealthy celebrities who have come online to sing to us on their Instagram stories or on Twitter; who have stood on the balconies of their million-dollar homes to… clap(?????) in solidarity; who have asked their followers to donate to links where money is being raised to get hospitals the medical supplies needed to sustain their work in the midst of this pandemic.

It’s weird.

Thankfully, many celebrities have also made bops that we can march to on our way to the guillotine (after giving them the option to redistribute their wealth, of course—word to Britney Spears).

Here is a “playlist” of some of my favorite songs to get hype to in preparation for a protest (many of which were recorded by artists who I have a deep love for).

Alright by Kendrick Lamar
Freedom by Beyoncé ft. Kendrick Lamar
A Lot by 21 Savage
Mi Gente by J Balvin ft. Willy William and Beyoncé
Story of O.J. by Jay-Z
DNA by Kendrick Lamar
Don’t Touch My Hair by Solange
FUBU by Solange
We The People… by A Tribe Called Quest
Formation by Beyoncé
Hell You Talmbout by Janelle Monáe
Be Free by J Cole

Da’Shaun Harrison is a nonbinary abolitionist and organizer in Atlanta, GA. They write and speak publicly on race, sexuality, gender, class, religion, disabilities, fatness, and the intersection at which they all meet. Harrison is the author of the forthcoming book, “Belly of the Beast: The Politics of Anti-Fatness as Anti-Blackness,” which is expected to be published in July 2021. Their portfolio and other work can be found on their site: dashaunharrison.com.

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