Jack Johnson & Black Pumas Perform ‘Colors’ On ‘Good Morning America’

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Black Pumas collaborated on their song “Colors” with Jack Johnson for a performance that aired on Friday’s episode of Good Morning America. Johnson and Black Pumas’ Eric Burton also sat for an interview about tomorrow’s Farm Aid virtual festival.

Jack Johnson and Black Pumas are part of a huge lineup for Farm Aid’s virtual festival that includes board members Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp and Dave Matthews as well as Bonnie Raitt & Boz Scaggs, Brandi Carlile, Edie Brickell & Charlie Sexton, Chris Stapleton, Jamey Johnson, Jon Batiste, Kelsey Waldon, Lukas Nelson & Promise Of The Real, Margo Price, Nathaniel Rateliff, Particle Kid, The Record Company, Valerie June and The War & Treaty.

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Eric Burton revealed Black Pumas’ collaboration with Jack Johnson was put together by Farm Aid organizers. Burton noted he first heard his band would be performing with Johnson after receiving a text from the Hawaii-based singer-songwriter. The brief interview was followed by a performance of “Colors” from Black Pumas’ self-titled debut album. Johnson and Black Pumas recorded the rendition remotely with Jack inserting a verse he wrote into the middle of the song.

Watch Black Pumas and Jack Johnson’s “Colors” collaboration below:

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