Paula Abdul recreated some of the iconic dancing of her Forever Your Girl video 30 years later, for a new ad campaign.
But that's not all, Paula has been sharing various black creatives from the world of dance and music who have influenced her in her work while also drawing attention to the murder of Breonna Taylor.
In the spirit of lifting Black voices and amplifying Black art, here is a @Spotify playlist of some of the Black artists and songs that have inspired me in all stages of my career. Music is a powerful thing that unites us all. #BlackMusicMonth 🖤 XoPhttps://t.co/fprkSZMQFS pic.twitter.com/hUr0u9cNLw— Paula Abdul (@PaulaAbdul) June 6, 2020
Caption reads: As an artist with a platform I feel it is important to highlight that so much of what I do and LOVE was built by Black creatives. Dance is a universal language that is both beautiful and powerful. Today I celebrate some of the dancers who have so beautifully shaped culture and the art. Let’s keep amplifying Black art and recognize its impact on all of us. #BlackLivesMatter #BlackArtMatters
Today is #BreonnaTaylor’s birthday. She would have been 27 years old today, had her life not been taken unjustly, and far too soon. Let’s remember her today and let her legacy live on through all of us. Join me in taking action for Breonna at the link in my bio. #SayHerName
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Source 2: https://twitter.com/PaulaAbdul/status/1269339387583660037?s=20
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