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Music Recommendations from Our Rock Choir (Black History Month)

At the start of the month, our DEI Club created a collaborative document full of resources and information that highlight various aspects of Black culture, including music, art, literature, films, businesses, and more. Last week, we shared the DEI Club’s book recommendations. This week, we’re sharing music recommendations from Rock Choir member, Audrey ’25 who collaborated with Katiana ’22 and Cassi ’22 from our DEI Club. Together, these students created a playlist for our community to enjoy.

Listen to their playlist on Spotify, or browse the list of songs below:
  • Best Part by H.E.R. (ft. Daniel Caesar)
  • Stand Up (From Harriet) by Cynthia Erivo
  • Where is the Love? by the Black Eyed Peas
  • Brown Skin Girl by Blue Ivy, SAINt JHN, Beyoncé, and WizKid
  • Higher Love by Kygo and Whitney Houston
  • Wavin’ Flag by K’NAAN
  • Hey Ya! by Outkast
  • Fast Car by Tracy Chapman
  • Girl on Fire by Alicia Keys
  • Locked Out of Heaven by Bruno Mars
  • Grenade by Bruno Mars
  • That’s What I Like by Bruno Mars
  • Halo by Beyoncé
  • Redemption Song by Bob Marley & The Wailers
  • Is This Love by Bob Marley & The Wailers
  • No Woman No Cry by Bob Marley & The Wailers
  • Isn’t She Lovely by Stevie Wonder
  • When Doves Cry by Prince
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