“Angry Black Woman” has been globally released today, as we celebrate Juneteenth, via the The SoNo Recording Group (UMG) label imprint. The powerful single was written by Eddie Serrano, Lance Tolbert, Gregg Pagani and Terry Ellis. Produced by Gregg Pagani and Lance Tolbert.
“The song “Angry Black Woman“, was born from an outpouring of emotions felt regarding the continued police brutality towards black people…my people. I wanted to give a voice to the hurt, pain, frustration and anger that I myself and so many of us are feeling right now. Whether we realize it or not, the cause of inhumane treatment will always create an imbalanced effect and unrest for all of us, mentally, spiritually, physically and emotionally. We must have justice or there will be no peace,“ mentions Terry Ellis.
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Terry Ellis has been celebrating the 30th anniversary of En Vogue’s first album, “Born To Sing,” that was reissued on April 3rd. This is Ellis’ second solo release following her “Southern Gal” debut in 1995. Just as En Vogue’s ‘Free Your Mind’ has become an anthem for 25 years, Ellis’ “Angry Black Woman” is a statement inspired by the Mothers of the Movement.
En Vogue holds an indelible place in musical history as a female group that represents an unique fusion of music, style and timeless class. Affectionately known as the as the ‘funky divas,’ En Vogue’s red dresses are on display in the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. (NMAAHC) in Washington, DC.