A group of black musicians have won the NPR Music Song of the Year for their anthem, “Black Man,” which became the first song to win a Grammy in the category of Best Original Music in 2017.
The song is about a young black man named James, who is sent to prison for the crime of stealing a bag of groceries.
It’s also a message about the way that black lives are underrepresented in popular culture.
The song, which features a black member of the cast, was released on May 19, 2017.
According to NPR, the song was first premiered in November 2017 by legendary black musician Chuck Berry, who performed it at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. Berry was the first person of color to perform the song on a national stage.
The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences gave the song its 2017 Grammy Award.
The organization called it “an original, stirring, and beautiful song of African-American resilience.”
It also won the 2017 Best Pop Vocal Performance award for “Black Men in the Street,” which won Best Instrumental Album at the Grammy Awards in November.
The video for the song features a young Black man named T.J., who is the protagonist of the story.
T.J. also appeared in “Fashion Police,” the musical comedy from The Blacklist and starring Jason Bateman, who also plays T.K. In the video for “Faux Pas,” T.P. is a fashion model who falls for a white man who wears a long black wig.TJ. is featured in the video, as well as in the music video for T.T.’s album, which includes music videos for the songs “Black Out” and “Crazy in Love.”
The song was produced by singer-songwriter Rachael Ray and features contributions from fellow Black artists.
Rachael has also appeared on the show “WTF With Marc Maron” as well.
The NPR Music Awards are presented annually by the Broadcasting Board of Governors and the National Endowment for the Arts.