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Entertainment Willie Jones Releases Patriotic Video For ‘American Dream’ On Martin Luther King Jr. Day

03:47  19 january  2021
03:47  19 january  2021 Source:   etcanada.com

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And today on Martin Luther King Jr . Day , Jones , 26, is releasing it, alongside its music video "It's my patriotic protest anthem. I'm just stating what it is. The truth of being Black in America ," he says. Yeah, I'm an American and that American dream ain't cheap," Jones sings on the track.

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Willie Jones has dropped a moving music video for his patriotic anthem, "American Dream".

The 26-year-old country music star released the video to coincide with Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, Jan. 18.

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"It’s a story about my love for the country that my ancestors built," explained Jones in an interview with CMT News. "Honouring those who have come before me and having faith with those who stand with me in taking America forward."

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Dr. Martin Luther King , Jr . remains an inspiration for many people. "I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its These famous lines by the American civil rights activist and one of the finest orators in history have been quoted thousands of times all over the world.

Martin Luther King III, Atlanta, Georgia. 17,667 likes · 1,182 talking about this. Dad lived under constant threat. Today’s Monday Memory takes place in 1960, standing next to my father, Martin Luther King , Jr ., as he removes a burned cross from our front yard.

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He continued, "We cannot ignore the fact that so many of our Black leaders - whether they’re civil rights leaders, authors, musicians, athletes or artist - have propelled the evolution of not just Black people, but the entire human race. We evolve, and the process must continue."

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Jones first entered the spotlight after competing on "The X-Factor" back in 2012.

The singer added, "While ignorance and racism go hand-in-hand, they ain’t got nothin’ on intelligence and love. So let’s spread some damn love. All power to the people."

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