Inspired by Nina Simone, JuJu Drops “Strange Fruit” #BLM [Video]

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By Jack Barnes

With clips taken from real life interviews of Nina Simone, JuJu embeds her influence and powerful artistry with this new video “Strange Fruit“.. Tackling America and oppression still affecting African Americans.. JuJu successfully addresses this still present issue. Her lyrical ability is catching notice everywhere. Still capturing and not forgetting “Black Lives Matter” Take a look and let us know your thoughts. Enjoy this video stream below after the jump.

About JuJu

Brooklyn Born – North Carolina transplant, Jalissa Coppage a.k.a Juju is a talented songwriter and skillful lyricist. Through her music Juju “strives to give a voice to the voiceless” spitting conscious lyrics inspired by personal experiences and the experiences of those in her community. Recently named WorldStarHipHop’s “Female Talent of the Week” and a viral victory with her widely shared freestyle over Mobb Deep’s Quiet Storm, Juju has amassed a strong following and received over 3.6 million video views to date.

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