Ciara and husband Russell Wilson welcomed a child boy to their household final month, however simply two days earlier than little Win Harrison Wilson entered the world, mother was busy engaged on one other new addition — to her musical repertoire.
The singer-songwriter filmed the video for her newest single, “Rooted,” forward of the pleased event, and in it, she proudly bares her child bump as she celebrates Black lives and the creation of recent life.
The video dropped on YouTube Wednesday evening, full of pictures of Black males, girls and kids displaying skills, magnificence and dedication to vital causes, all displaying, as Ciara sings, “evidence of Black excellence.” They dance, they protest and a few put on shirts honoring Black lives misplaced in police custody.
The becoming lyrics, “Your life, it matters, believe me,” ring out, whereas the message of the music and the video resonated with followers.
“The song, the message, the visuals, the inspiration, the cultural pride….. Ciara you outdid even yourself on this one!” wrote one commenter on YouTube.
One other wrote, “In the climate that we’re currently in #Rooted by Ciara is a beautiful protest, message of resilience & inspiration to all Black lives.”
However for some viewers, the video’s highly effective messages weren’t the one issues to cheer about. Watching Ciara sing about being the “mother of a child,” whereas baring her child bump and breaking out into dance, was simply as worthy of reward.
“OMG,” one fan raved. “She got moves for a pregnant woman.”
She’s bought strikes for any girl, and he or she’s not simply the mom of a kid — she’s the mother of three kids. Along with Win, she and Wilson even have a 3-year-old daughter named Sienna, and Ciara additionally has a 6-year-old son named after his father and her ex, Future. Her kids make appearances proper by her facet within the new video.
And the “Rooted” singer hopes to succeed in the youthful technology particularly with the four-minute clip.
“To all my young Rosa’s and young Luther’s, keep marching,” learn a message close to the top of it. “Don’t stop fighting for what you believe in. To all my Black queens and kings, continue to plant and spread seeds of love, hope and pride in your tribe. Everything you need to survive and thrive is rooted in you. Stay rooted.”