Jamila Woods - Blk Girl Soldier

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"Blk Girl Soldier"
Written & Performed by Jamila Woods
Directed & Edited by Randall Tockes
Produced by Jus Cuz & Saba
“Duty to Fight” Assata Chant Vocals by Assata's Daughters
Recorded at IV Labs in Chicago
Mixed by Matt Hennessy
Mastered by Hans DeKline
Distributed by Closed Sessions

Video Produced by Virat Sharma & Jamila Woods
Production Assistants | Desmond Huey, L.A. Summerville, Stephanie Pisano
Cinematographer | Jacob Linden aka Yakub Films
1st Assistant Camera | Greg Hinchman
2nd Assistant Camera | Eugene Hahm
Gaffer | Pete Stepnoski
Grip | Sebastian Lama

Artistic Consultants | Jamila Woods, Tabia Yapp & Sierra Thompson
Set Design & Visual Art | Krista Franklin
Additional Visual Art | Rhonda Wheatley
Set Construction | Claire Hostetler

Wardrobe | Whitney Middleton
Wardrobe Assistant | Allie Bradford
Make-Up Art | Paula Silva
Make-Up Inspiration | Max Sansing, Mickalene Thomas
Hair | Nadra Smiley of Amazon Salon

Choreography | Tanji Harper
Dancer | Beyonce Allen
Dancer | Cecilia Jordan
Choreography & Dance Solo | April Shipp

Blk Girl Soldiers:
Britteney Kapri
Kush Thompson
Bella Bahhs
E'mon McGee
Patricia Frazier
Philippa Norman
Ayanna Woods
Tanji Harper
Beyonce Allen
Cecilia Jordan
Jasmine Barber
Christian Funches
Kennedy Funches
Leilani Christmas
Jakya Hobbs
& Joei

Additional Footage provided by Patricia Frazier, Ric Wilson, Kuumba Lynx WE GET FREE Media Crew, Dela Marie Soudy and Tom Callahan

Special thanks to Odd Machine Studios and The Happiness Club

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You should already be pretty familiar with Jamila Woods; appearances on tracks with the likes of Macklemore and Ryan Lewis and Chance The Rapper have earned her a new legion of fans. With that, she's now set to unleash her debut project at the end of June called Heavn, preceded by the inspirational 'Blk Girl Soldier' which celebrates black girlhood and historically important black females including Assata Shakur, Harriet Tubman and Rosa Parks.

Speaking to Complex, Woods said "I wanted to celebrate the power and resilience of Black women but also highlight the importance of allowing space for more quiet, vulnerable moments where we can refuel ourselves and each other. The goal of the 'Blk Girl Solider' video is to lift up the Black women throughout history and today who inspire me and who are doing brilliant artistic and activist work. Knowing my history and what my people have survived before me has made me stronger." Look out for Heavn, which will be released in June via Closed Sessions.
-- The 405

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