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Dallas Artist Channels The Death Of JFK



As we remember the day that JFK died a Dallas artist has found a parallel between his life and the life of one of the most loved presidents in history.  Frost 214 debuts his much anticipated video for “If I Die Tonight”, on the anniversary of JFK’s death.  With footage from the JFK motorcade and other sights from that tragic day, Frost weaves his celebrations and struggles in with a young JFK who while driving down the streets of Dallas, meets his untimely end during a parade motorcade.  Another Dallas artist that found a parallel in the JFK assassination was Erykah Badu, who’s controversial video “Window Seat” depicted Badu stripping down to nothing while making her way to the grassy knoll where she is shot.  It’s no surprise that people feel a deep connection to what happened that day here in Dallas, but one thing we know for sure is that if JFK had lived this world would be different, we would be different, but because he spoke out and believed in the people there is a wide assumption that that was the reason he was taken away too soon, unfortunately we  may never know the truth, but after watching “If I Die Tonight” and “Window Seat” you should never be afraid to always speak up and do your thang!!!

Check out the videos below!

Erykah Badu – Window Seat

@Frost214 – If I Die Tonight


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