Black people throughout the United States have been getting killed at the hands of police over the last few months. Many artists are creating music that expresses the current climate of global protests and those taking a stand for racial equality. H.E.R. is one of those artists, releasing a visual for her 2019 single “I’m Not OK” off of the ‘I Used To Know Her” album.
Although the song is an older release, the visual is highly relatable to the current times.
The video, which is black and white, features dancer and actor Affion Crockett who gives a portrayal of himself getting arrested by the police. There are various displays of interpretive dance that triggers pain and hurt. This visual is a powerful piece of art that gets right down to your soul.
Watch the visual for “I’m Not Ok” above and stream the audio below.