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Recording Artist’s Touching New Song About Black Lives Goes Viral

Reggie Boone views the recent guilty verdicts in the Derek Chauvin murder trial as a positive step for racial justice.

And like many African Americans, Boone believes that even stronger messages must be sent to all who need to hear and understand that Black lives matter.

Boone, an emerging recording artist in Atlanta, has released “No More” to promote his strong message of equality and ending police brutality.

According to BlackNews.com, Boone said he “writes lyrics to promote the message of equality, ending police brutality and the power behind genuinely getting to know each other beyond our skin color.”

But with the recent fatal police shooting of Daunte Wright Jr., Boone has continued his mission through his music to raise awareness about “the violence incited against minorities with a message of upliftment to every human being, reminding them to love God and each other.”

The video for “No More” quickly garnered tens of thousands of views after radio personality Michael Baisden posted it online last fall, and it has since made the rounds on social media.

Boone, a single father of two girls, took part in the peaceful protests and marches after the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Trayvon Martin and others. His music reportedly has caught on in the United Kingdom and around the United States.

Click here to view “No More.”

Stacy M. Brown

I’ve worked for the Daily News of Los Angeles, the L.A. Times, Gannet and the Times-Tribune and have contributed to the Pocono Record, the New York Post and the New York Times. Television news opportunities have included: NBC, MSNBC, Scarborough Country, the Abrams Report, Today, Good Morning America, NBC Nightly News, Imus in the Morning and Anderson Cooper 360. Radio programs like the Wendy Williams Experience, Tom Joyner Morning Show and the Howard Stern Show have also provided me the chance to share my views.

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