New music video, "Teamwork," celebrates freedom of expression, encourages positivity and combats bullying among tween girls and beyond. NEW ALBANY, OH-- Marketwired - Jul 17, - Justice, the 1 destination for all things tween girls, is teaming up with year-old singer, dancer and former Dance Moms star Mackenzie Ziegler to launch a new music video and song called "Teamwork" along with a new dance-inspired clothing line just in time for back to school. The line features leotards, cropped hoodies, tank tops, leggings, dance socks, compression shorts, chokers, headwraps and duffle bags featuring the latest trends like splatter paint, sequins, patches, graffiti and more.
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Justice nominate their favourite Ed Bangers, to mark 10 years of the French dance label. Since Air's Moon Safari, Gallic hipsters have doused themselves liberally in l'eau du fromage. Mais, pourquoi?
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Tobe Nwigwe had no intention of releasing new music on July 5. But when the Houston-based rapper woke up that Sunday, he said he felt divinely inspired to create music about Breonna Taylor — and he had no choice but to obey. The piece calls for the arrest of the killers of Breonna Taylor and Elijah McClain , Black people who were killed in confrontations with police. The song and video created by Nwigwe, whose fans include former first lady Michelle Obama , has gained attention in digital spaces like TikTok and YouTube. The three of them perform succinct, synced choreography, which they crafted together. The second song provides the soundtrack for a new spate of meme videos from young people on TikTok, who are also calling for the arrests of the police officers involved in the deaths of Taylor and McClain. Nwigwe, who is a first generation Nigerian-American, said he wrote the song more than a month after protests against racism and police brutality erupted across the nation after the May 25 killing of George Floyd as a way to keep the issues in the headlines. Taylor, 26, was shot and killed in her Louisville home by police executing a very early-morning no-knock search warrant in March.