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Tracee Ellis Ross Just Dropped Her Black History Month Playlist and It’s Filled with Some Seriously Inspirational Bops

In the spirit of Black History Month, Tracee Ellis Ross recently released her personalized TIDAL playlist that’s filled with classics from music legends like Beyoncé, Stevie Wonder, Public Enemy and more.

During the entire month, TIDAL is celebrating prominent activists, musicians and leaders who have shaped our society. Each week, the platform has been releasing Black History Month content for listeners to enjoy. And to commemorate the occasion, Ross has decided to share her very own curated Black History Month playlist. With tracks like Kendrick Lamar’s “Talkin’ Bout A Revolution” and Dr. Maya Angelou’s “Still I Rise,” she aims to eliminate racial stigmas while also encouraging others to embrace their true beauty.

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The Black-ish star weighed in with PureWow and shared what she hopes listeners take away from the playlist.

“The songs I selected for this playlist are melodies of our perseverance, hymns of hope and togetherness, and anthems filled with pride. Some are old, some are new, but they all remind me of the power that we have as Black people, how far we have come and how far we still have to go,” she said.

You can listen to Tracee’s inspirational song picks here.

Also, for more of TIDAL’s Black History Month selections, the music streaming service has other curated playlists like Freedom Songs, Peaceful Protest: Hip-Hop, Say Their Names and What’s Going On: Artists Speak Their Truth.

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