DISCOVERY OF THE DAY: FERGUSON (TOO MANY) BY ANTHONY BREWER

 

Artists have long been highlighting the perils of racism and police brutality through music, but recent events are brightening the spotlight on racial injustice and oppression.

Georgia-based singer, Anthony Brewer, has released his newest single, “Ferguson (Too Many),” written, arranged & produced by Jimmy Roach, the former Motown staffer.

Artistically, the expression is off the charts. You can just feel the passion for the track. Ferguson (Too Many) is a song to me which stood out as particularly powerful and both feature memorably climactic moments

Anthony tells the emotional story of racial injustice and police brutality happening in America. Starting with the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, and continuing by telling stories of the countless other lives lost and cities affected.

Anthony’s vocals are mellow and contemplative as he weaves a story for the listener. He stays within his singing capabilities and is wise enough not to try to do too much, which would distract from the lyrical narrative. 

In the music video for “Ferguson (Too Many),” which is available on YouTube, viewers are able to see images of those whose lives were taken too soon, the grieving families, and protests taking place in efforts to end the suffering.

CHECKOUT THE MUSIC VIDEO ON YOUTUBE:

“Ferguson (Too Many)” is available now on Spotify. Visit his website for more information on Anthony Brewer or Instagram and on Facebook for more.

Link to the single:

https://open.spotify.com/artist/2LKZfmg0acO7I6NuruAzg2?si=lUYdQQ3xRz-glUscJJJ93A

Link to the music video:

https://youtu.be/sRLSHNi77gs

Social media links:

https://jimmyroachjibaromusic.com/anthony-brewer

https://www.instagram.com/jibaromusic/

https://www.facebook.com/Anthony-Brewer-thenextgreatvoice-106732704157061/

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