Senator of California, Kamala Harris is always serving faces, looks, and justice. Harris has been a great representation of the African-American community while serving her time in the political world.
In honor of African-American Music Appreciation Month, Harris has released a public playlist showing her appreciation for black artists and the power they have in our society. The playlist will stream on Spotify and it includes tons of inspiring and talented individuals.
“Our nation has an indelible soundtrack, songs that have become anthems recognized across the world. Much of that soundtrack is inspired and informed by the vast contributions of African-American artists in jazz, R&B, rap, hip-hop, and beyond.” – Kamala Harris via HuffPost
The playlist features 45 songs stacked with the likes of legendary artists like Lauryn Hill, Stevie Wonder, Nina Simone and Prince, as well as hits from the newer generation like Andra Day, Janelle Monae, and Chance The Rapper. The playlist also features popular rap songs from Migos and gets soulful with ballads from Aretha Franklin. Harris’ playlist covers African-American music perfectly and has a song to fit every mood and every jig.
“No matter where you are from or what you look like, music is a bond that can bring us all together,” she said. “To celebrate African-American music is to dance, sing, and even march to the rhythms that have long served as vehicles for honesty, inspiration, struggle, success, and joy.” – Kamala Harris
Click here to listen to Kamala Harris’s all time favorites playlist in its entirety.