Emily King Releases ‘See Me’ Single In Support Of Black Lives Matter


Emily King released the single “See Me.” The song originally appeared on ATO Records’ Black Lives Matter benefit collection, Silence Is Not An Option (turn this up).

“See Me” comes on the heels of King’s 2020 album, Sides, and her 2019 LP, Scenery. The latter received a Grammy nomination for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical and the Scenery single, “Look At Me Now,” garnered the singer-songwriter a Grammy nod for Best R&B Song.

Back in June, King spoke about her “See Me” single supporting the Black Lives Matter movement with Rolling Stone:

Feeling so moved by this powerful time. Every day watching the world demand justice. I wake up with sadness but also hope. Like people are starting to finally notice how deeply broken things are. Can you hear me now? Can you see me now? I started singing the words and they wouldn’t leave my head.

Stream “See Me” below:

King is set to perform for City Parks Foundation’s SummerStage Jubilee benefit concert with Sting, Trey Anastasio, Norah Jones and more. Head here for more info.

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