R&B artist Joe Baby is planning the release of a new single which tells of the heart and struggle of the Black Lives Matter movement. Joe Baby hopes to use his gift of music to help listeners feel the movement through sound.
Joe Baby’s single is titled “America, Oh America,” and it will highlight themes of the Black Lives Matter movement. Joe Baby’s faith will be present in the song, as well as his dream of unity and peace. The original song is also a cry for justice and equality.
Joe Baby was born in South Carolina in 1947. He has always loved music and wanted to share his songs with the world. In 1962, Joe Baby joined his music group, The Willy McCrae Boys, singing spirituals. He left them and went into the Marines in ’65 and served until 1969. Joe Baby is thankful to his friends Wayne and Steve, and that has helped to get his songs recorded.
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