Several Record Labels and Artists Will Unite For Black Out Tuesday

Several record labels and artists have united together and organized “Black Out Tuesday” as riots continue to erupt over the death of George Floyd and the killings of Ahmuad Arbery and Breonna Taylor.

“On Tuesday June 2nd, Columbia Records will observe ‘Black Out Tuesday,’” the Sony label home to Beyoncé, Bob Dylan, Adele and John Legend said in a statement. “This is not a day off. Instead, this is a day to reflect and figure out ways to move forward in solidarity.”

“We continue to stand with the Black community, our staff, artists, and peers in the music industry,” the company continued. “Perhaps with the music off, we can truly listen.”

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