Marshall Sinclaire Speaks Against Injustice In "Kneeling In Tulsa" Video


Don't shoot.


Tulsa native, Marshall Sinclaire is fed up with the continuous killings of unharmed people of colour in his community and has decided to use his music to speak out.

His single "Kneeling In Tulsa" was inspired by Terrence Crutcher, a fellow Tulsan who was shot and killed by a Tulsan police officer.

"On September 16th, unarmed African American Tulsa Citizen Terrance Crutcher was shot and killed by Tulsa Police Officer Betty Shelby, while he had his hands raised," he said in a press statement. "And while police shootings have unfortunately become all too common, being a Tulsan, this struck a chord with me specifically. With the Eric Harris/Robert Bates situation so fresh in Tulsa's collective memory, and the recent killing of Khalid Jabara, I had enough.

Marshall describes the single as a "culmination of feelings of helplessness, and enduring spirit."

"My hope is for this to serves as a reminder as Tulsans this isn't who we are." He continued.

"Kneeling in Tulsa" is featured on his debut album Noth(K)king released February 24.

Watch the video for the thought-provoking track above and get his debut album here.
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