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Chester French: 'Black Girls' Video Premiere!

Chester French: 'Black Girls' Video Premiere!

Check out the video premiere of Chester French‘s new single “Black Girls”!

“Oh my god. Chester French is trending worldwide on twitter. I am beyond words and near tears. Thank you all so much,” lead vocalist D.A. Wallach tweeted.

“I wasn’t sure if I should open up with the honest of this song and last night almost said “I can’t do it.” But as someone who is and has been in interracial relationships I knew that it was important. This isn’t just about black girls,” he added.

FYI: This video is not safe for work.

Chester French: “Black Girls” Video Premiere
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  • A

    Love this song

  • Amber

    This song is catchy I like it. The video is a bit…different.

  • sillyme

    Seriously? This is total crap. When are we going to see one about black guys licking all over “White Girls”?

  • noloveforhaters

    i like it =) black girls or white girls. that doesn’t matter its about “interracial relationships” like its mentioned =) this means the message is also for the black guys who like white girls or opposite. but i dont care, black or white. we girls just rock =)

  • Melissa B

    @sillyme: Duh Never. Us white folks are ‘evil’ in their eyes and we’re not ‘in’ right now and it’s not cool to like us right now. We had the 90′s and before that calm down.

  • Kelly T

    Everything in the media (just take a look at the majority of the posts on this website) highlights white people. Just because its not blatantly expressed (like this song) doesn’t mean it isn’t true.

    The simple fact that ‘sillyme’ is offended that this one post highlights black girls. is proof that this isn’t a usual as it could, or should be.

  • Letting

    @sillyme: Actually, black artists, rappers constantly give praise to women of all races in their lyrics. You rarely see that coming from white musicians. And this video isn’t respectful or in praise of black women. It is fetishizing and gross.

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