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All sales will be donated to The Movement For Black Lives (

Group member and songwriter Thomas Gatling says this about the song:

“During slavery, songs were a form of communication for black people. These songs became known as hymns, or as our seasoned saints call them, the songs that brought us over. “Fight On” was inspired by a hymn called ”Hold On (Just A Little While Longer)”, a song used to encourage black people to not give up. Through that song, God gave me ”Fight On.” It was written to amplify the voices that for so long have fallen on deaf ears and to encourage and uplift people to continue the fight for equality and against white supremacy. Be empowered, my people. We are not thugs, we are innovators. We are intelligent and our feelings, hopes, dreams, and lives matter. Fight on, and everything's gonna be alright.


released June 19, 2020
Video filmed and edited by Sam Graff with protest footage by Jerome Eunis, Brett Roberts, Brad Reeb, Kelly Cahill, and Kathleen Sheehan

Engineered by Vince Chiarito and produced by Eli "Paperboy" Reed


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