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Emma G is Still Saving the World With Her New Single and Video – “(You Can’t) Control the Night:

By Mailik Hall. Photo by Roxplosion.

Everyone is fired up for making our country “a truly great place” by fighting against the injustice and Emma G’s new single “(You Can’t) Control the Night” is a testament to that. The New Zealand native is a manager of the Washington DC based music collective –  Capital Groove Collective, and host of the Real Talk podcast which has kept the rock goddess busy when she isn’t making music. This progressive pop tune will keep you uplifted during the darkest of times and possibly convert those against the movement to “breath in the fire” and join the good fight. Check out the single on Spotify, Bandcamp, and Apple Music and be on the lookout for her video that was filmed at Black Lives Matter Plaza. Emma G is hoping for 1000 subscribers before the video’s Friday release, watch the preview for the video and subscribe.

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