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Black queer artist LIV† gives Black women their flowers in visual for ‘Unbothered’: Watch

Photo: Courtesy of the artist

Honouring herself and other Black women in ‘Unbothered’, the Pacific Northwest-native recording artist wanted to create something that celebrates all of us. Saying that we look good, that we are strong and smart, and fun goes further than she probably knows. When you are a part of a group that other groups of people don’t value, life isn’t the best experience for you. Being candid about what life is like as a Black “queer” woman and wanting to be in a safe space, LIV† takes us through a day in the life. If you’re a fan of smooth R&B/Hip-Hop/Soul, there’s a good chance that you would enjoy. Watch the creative visual below for the ‘Black Girl Unbothered’ EP single, produced by Shayhan.

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