It’s easy to blame. It’s easy, when it’s not part of your life.
Putting oneself in the shoes of another. A part of becoming a more profound human being. An act or series of acts where empathy becomes a deeply entrenched part of your personal life, is indeed, a great first step.
And in Julia Blu’s single ‘Sorry that I Hurt You’, the question of becoming such a part of society, is asked with gusto. Said Julia: “This song is subtly on the topic of domestic violence. I was a crisis counselor for survivors for three years so wanted to bring to life an awareness piece.”
A delightful groove, of Erykah Badu-esque genre, ‘Sorry That I Hurt You’ kisses the edges of ‘-isms’ and provokes a gentle nudge towards resolutions.
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