New R&B Racism Song Appeals To African Americans

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Hurricane Katrina Anniversary Sparks New Song About Racism From Singer Allen Watty

Allen Watty, an unsigned R&B phenomenon, has just changed history with something that will carry over for years to come.

He has finally released his second single about the Black struggle – “The Racism Song” – now available for download free at

Watty is best known as the singer of “The Hurricane Song”, which circulated the Internet last year after Hurricane Katrina devastated the gulf coast. The song won rave reviews from ABC News, CBS,, the Associated Press, and the Tony Brown Show.

His new single “The Racism Song” is even more intriguing. The song is a powerful, death-dealing blow to society; People hear the song and can’t believe their ears. The lyrics are so easy, for any person of color, to relate to.

Here’s what people are saying:

“It’s so well-crafted, so well-written, and so well-produced – you begin to question the current status of R&B music.” – D.M., Columbus, OH

“This song is a smash hit because it is so real...too real.” – G.H., Los Angeles, CA

“If you’ve ever experienced racism of any kind, this song with hit home.” – P.R., St. Louis, MO

To hear the song free or to download it for free, interested ones should visit:

For interview opportunities, contact Dante Lee at 614-595-6063.

Radio stations: If you are playing songs that aren’t saying anything meaningful, maybe you can make room for one song that is – The Racism Song.


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