Brooklyn-native artist Tamara Bubble shares song inspired by Breonna Taylor ‘Standing Here United’: Listen

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Tamara Bubble, who is a Brooklyn-native multi-hyphenate artist, just put out a track called ‘Standing Here United’, which exhibits and matches the energy of the BLM protests, and was made because of the disheartening truths about racial injustice and the avoidable murder of Breonna Taylor. Not sitting back and waiting for this time to blow over, the artist speaks her mind over a charged beat by Dennis C, a music producer with success in the synch licensing sector of the music business. Listen to the high-energy track below. Tamara Bubble has been at it for a long time, and I enjoy seeing her growth as time goes by. I liked the record so much that I sent it out for playlist consideration. I hope it lands somewhere fitting.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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