The new song, produced by The Neptunes, stresses the importance of supporting Black-owned businesses and encourages aspiring Black entrepreneurs to take risks. In their first collaboration in ten years, Pharrell and Jay-Z address racial inequity, systemic oppression and underrepresentation of Black people in the media. Both artists appeared in the music video along with the Compton Cowboys and Nicholas Johnson, the first Black valedictorian of Princeton University. A plethora of other Black proprietors from all parts of the world were given exposure through this music video, from Los Angeles to Dublin, Tokyo and more. In his verse, Jay-Z urges entrepreneurs to take chances and create their own opportunities in a world where Black visions are usually dismissed or unsupported by corporations. Your email address will not be published.
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PARIS — More than art, more than music, what the cultural eminences of this city really love is gossip. About shoots take place at the Louvre every year. There are hotel rooms here that cost more than that. A hand-held camera pans across the ornate walls of the Apollo Gallery, built for Louis XIV, and zooms in on its gold-framed ceiling murals. And there are dance sequences inside and outside the building, staged by the avant-garde Belgian choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui , in which performers kneel like protesting football players and do synchronized abdominal exercises on the Daru stairs. Swagger, for one thing: That first tracking shot of the couple in front of the Mona Lisa, wearing silk suits of complementary sea-foam green him and orchid pink her , is a first-order power move that echoes their selfie from in the same gallery. As so often, the couple here present themselves as both outsiders in an elite institution and as heirs to it; as people excluded from its narratives but now possessors of it by virtue of their talent, their taste and, well, their money. Her bare breast is censored. As in their previous videos, here too cultural empowerment goes hand in hand with personal acquisitiveness. They have not won admission to the museum; they have taken it over.