In hopes of illuminating change, Usher released his self-directed "I Cry" video on the Fourth of July. 

The somber tune includes black and white visuals and photography by Gordon Parks. With Usher facing the camera, various shots from Parks, including those of children crying and protestors holding signs against police brutality, pop up on the screen.

"Do I love myself more than my sisters and brothers?" Usher ruminates on the song's second verse. At the end of the somber clip, Usher threads in a note of positivity, which reads, "We are the change." more at Billboard

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Posted by Azania Monday, July 6, 2020 2:42:00 PM


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