- Reaction from Vanessa Williams’ presentation on Independence Day even before that happened.
Williams hosted PBS’s “A Capitol Fourth” on Sunday, and it was announced that he would sing “Lift Every Voice also Sing,” which became known as “Black National Anthem.” In promotions leading up to the show, Williams talked about recording the song.
“This is in honor of the incredible opportunity we have to celebrate now in June,” USA Today told former Miss America. “So we reflect the weather.” Eleven marked the emancipation of African-American slaves and was declared a federal holiday in the United States that year.
Conservative Twitter used the “National Anthem” section to describe it as “dividing,” “separate,” and “racist” to have Grammy Award winner Renee sing a song other than “Star-Banner.”
Fleming Still, everyone else who supported Williams and put everything on social media did their best – anger. Two months later, JYP Entertainment confirmed that 2 PM would return and fulfill their promise. Such as “Heartbeat” and “ADTOY (All Day I Think Of You),” a favorite for his falsetto and creative on worm ears. the use of chairs as props in his music video. “Thank you, the hottest thing you have been waiting for,” said Changsung.
“I believe after the time you’ve been waiting for, there is something, love, gratitude; there is a connection. 2:00pm may continue. is there for you?” At the start of the song, Williams, who previously performed “God Bless America” on the program, says that she is “imbued with the spirit of freedom and perseverance necessary to achieve this most precious right.”
“I dedicate this to our ancestors, our new, eleventh federal holiday, and everyone who celebrates freedom,” he said.
“Capitol Quarters” has been airing for more than four decades and is heavily promoted by PBS every year. CNN contacted Williams and PBS representatives for comment.