We are a little late, but In Dorothy's bluesy song "Freedom," the lyrics sketch a woman trying to escape her troubles by heading on a road trip across the States. But her raspy warble and sparse drums combine to create an anthemic feel.
Launched to celebrate Women’s History Month in March by We Are Hear (producers Perry and Kerry Brown's label) and Equality Now, the #FreedomMeans campaign encourages people to share what freedom means to them and spread awareness about gender equality and women's rights issues. It’s the type of song you want to listen to over and over again. But now, the song has a new dimension thanks to a new accompanying visual, directed by Lisa Bonet and made by a predominantly female production crew, which features over 100 women of all ages coming together to celebrate this beautiful thing we call life.
Check it out below.