Trey Songz - 2020 Riots: How Many Times // Lyrics - YouTube (How many times? Trey Songz shines a light on police brutality and institutionalized racism on his new track “2020 Riots: How Many Times,” the singer’s response to the police killing of George Floyd. )How many more times? Trey Songz shines a light on police brutality and institutionalized racism on his new track “2020 Riots: How Many Times,” the singer’s response to the police killing of George Floyd.

(Tell me? )How many more lives? [Verse 2]Tell me how can you be quiet?You know the language of the unheard, is a riotAll we ever see from you is violence (True)You know you ain't no better if you silentYou talking 'bout the city on fire (Oh, oh)Where your rage when my people die?We ain't slaves, let my people fly (Oh, yeah)Now it's time, watch my people rise[Chorus]How many mothers have to cry? (Shame I gotta ask, ooh, how? On the song that evokes various emotions he sings, “How many mothers have to cry, how many brothers gotta die, how many more times, how many more times, how many more marches, how many more signs, how many more lives, how many more times.”, A visual for the new single shows moments from protests in memoriam of George Floyd, images of other black men and women gunned down police, and the powerful moment in which Floyd’s daughter says. Sharon Van Etten Gets in the Holiday Spirit With 'Silent Night,' 'Blue Christmas'.

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“instant tears this song is so powerful”, “I cried watching this video because I know full well what’s going on but your words with the video thank you @treysongz”. “Three or four nights ago I woke up in the middle of my sleep…I couldn’t sleep. I got up and called my producer, Troy Taylor and I said ‘We’ve got to make music that really touches the soul, that really addresses what the world is feeling right now.

“Three or four nights ago I woke up in the middle of my sleep…I couldn’t sleep. Ooh, how? R&B singer Trey Songz is moving many to tears with his new song “2020 Riots: How Many Times,” which addresses the senseless killings of Black people by law enforcement throughout America. “Damn this made me cry..,” wrote another. )How many mothers have to cry? We publish narratives intentionally and specifically to enlighten and transform the world. Justice For All Say Their Names © Copyright 2020 Rolling Stone, LLC, a subsidiary of Penske Business Media, LLC.

Sign up to receive The Atlanta Black Star Newsletter in your inbox. Keep sending in your own visuals to my words and I’ll repost them. [Verse 1]Take a look around, can you see it now?Don't be colorblind, 'cause when they're killin' mineThey'll try to justify itOh each and every timePlayin' in a park, takin' your jogSittin' on the couch, in your own houseNever seem to matter what we doYou think we don't matter, but we doYou got a problem, 'cause the city on fireBut you quiet when niggas dieLet the soul up out that body that we buriedYou with God now you no longer have to worryIt's so hard to sing these words out loudAll these beautiful, precious black livesLost in the name of senseless white prideTears fallin' from my eyes[Chorus]How many mothers have to cry?How many brothers gotta die?How many more times?How many more times?How many more marches?How many more signs?How many more lives?How many more times?

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(Ooh, how? )I'll leave you with that (Yes, yeah) My chest was hurting. (Woah, oh, oh, ooh, how? )How many more times? We want to hear from you! Often posting photos of himself and Noah, the 35-year-old now has fans swooning over his seemingly matured demeanor. Contribute to Atlanta Black Star today and help us share our narratives. )How many more signs? Far from an abandonment of his core audience, the singer instead is using his vocals to show his solidarity with his community. “So we came up with ‘2020 Riots: How Many Times.’ With the words in this song I just wanted to speak to everyone’s hearts and acknowledge the pain and anguish everyone is going through right now. George Floyd, Trey Songz. Ooh, how?

(How many times? )How many more times? Want more Rolling Stone? Since returning from his social media hiatus, the new father to 1-year-old son Noah has shown more of himself and less of the sex symbol facade women had grown to love and lust after. (Oh no, ooh, how? Proceeds from “2020 Riots: How Many Times” will benefit both Black Lives Matter and the Community Justice Exchange’s National Bail Fund Network. In This Article: (All across the world, ooh, how? )How many more marches? ✊, A post shared by treysongz (@treysongz) on Jun 11, 2020 at 10:31am PDT. )How many more signs? )How many more times? The record is a departure from Songz’s usual hits about steamy trysts with women and making the most of an opportunity to have a good time. My chest was hurting. (How many times? “So we came up with ‘2020 Riots: How Many Times.’ With the words in this song I just wanted to speak to everyone’s hearts and acknowledge the pain and anguish everyone is going through right now. )How many brothers gotta die? Especially our people,'” Songz said in a statement. R&B singer Trey Songz is moving many to tears with his new song “2020 Riots: How Many Times,” which addresses the senseless killings of Black people by law enforcement throughout America. “I ain’t gon lie…it scares the hell outta me to be this vulnerable and share my world in this way,” he wrote on post showing precious moments between hImself and his son and family members. How can you not hear our cry, how can you not feel our pain, how can you not see the deaths adding up, how many more times?! )How many more times? (Ooh, how?