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The Three-Time Grammy Award-Winning Sounds of Blackness is back with a groundbreaking new single - “TIME FOR REPARATIONS”.

Inspired by 400 years of Systemic Injustice, Inequality, and Inhumanity, Sounds of Blackness Singers & Band express the perpetual pain and rage of Black People, who never received “40 Acres And A Mule” despite the Centuries of free labor, exploitation, brutality, and dehumanization.

Sounds of Blackness Andrea Macklin & Yulanda are featured on ”Time For Reparations”. The song (written and produced by Sounds Music Director Gary Hines), was recorded at Atomic K Studios and Winterland Studios Minneapolis and, BabyHoney Studio Kansas City, MO.

“Time For Reparations” Is Part One of a 50th Anniversary Special Edition Justice Package including “Royalty” (NAACP IMAGE AWARD NOMINEE), “Black Lives Matter”,” and Sick & Tired”! The Special Edition Justice Package will pave the way for the new Hit Singles, “You’re Gonna Win” and, “Hold Up Your Light”!!! “

TIME FOR REPARATIONS” debuted on radio June 3, 2021, for Black Music Month and has been available on all Online Outlets since JUNETEENTH!

The Sounds of Blackness will again donate a portion of the proceeds to The George Floyd Scholarship Fund.

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