We’ve been left with a
deep scar on our hearts ever since the death of Chadwick Boseman. The news has
emotionally wrecked every Black Panther fan and resulted in heartfelt tributes
by his fans and colleagues.
To honor his legacy,
Stormzy has released a music video of his song Superheroes featuring Boseman.
This animated music
video also includes references to the Black Lives Matter movement. The rapper
uses his words and creates meaning and depth that moves us.
It also gives a nod to
the Manchester United footballer Marcus Rashford, who used his voice to speak against
the UK government and compelled them to reverse their
verdict regarding the food vouchers. Due to his noble campaign, approximately
1.3 million children in England gained access to free school meals over the
The video also referred
to the British author Malorie Blackman’s Noughts& Crosses who created a
novel exploring racism. Stormzy is actually part of the TV adaptation of the
novel and has openly expressed his admiration for the narrative.
This is how art
impersonates the truth. Stunning!