Jordin Sparks is hoping her music with lift people up during these unsettling times.

On Wednesday, the 30-year-old singer shared a video to Instagram performing her new song “Unknown”, marking her first release since 2015.

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“Music has always helped me through trying times in my life & I wrote this song with @jdoddwadd back in February based off of my own experiences… but it’s taken on a whole new meaning these past few weeks,” she captioned the post.

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(Check most recent post for full length video! Pictures from the march included here though) Music has always helped me through trying times in my life & I wrote this song with @jdoddwadd back in February based off of my own experiences…but it’s taken on a whole new meaning these past few weeks. I hope you can close your eyes and let this song take you where you need to go and release. Cry, scream, hug someone you love (if you can), thank God for another day…know that we’ll get through this together. @_danaisaiah and I marched yesterday in Hollywood. It was so beautiful to see the people from every walk of life come together and rise in solidarity with and for the black community. 1st – this sign stuck out to me because it is so true. How can you arrest us for standing up and using our voices peacefully but not the cops. As of now, I see THEY’VE BEEN CHARGED!!! Hallelujah! Which is a win but we have much, much more work to do. 2nd – I was walking behind this beautiful woman who was shouting for justice as loudly as we were. Then I noticed her backpack. She was and is willing to put herself in harms way if it came down to the police turning violent. My heart swelled knowing that risk was very real and she was ready for people she didn’t even know. That’s solidarity! 3rd – I saw this a few minutes ago and was so struck by it that I had to post here. By: Giuliana Mayo/LAist Sending so much love to those who feel the burden and heavy weight of what’s been going on. Use it to propel yourself forward in action. SPEAK UP FOR WHATS RIGHT EVEN IF YOUR VOICE SHAKES. It seems strange to mention, but if you’ve been touched by this song, it’s available everywhere. Nothing else to say but I hope it helps heal. ♥️ #amplifymelanatedvoices

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In the wake of the ongoing protests following George Floyd’s death, Sparks says, “I hope you can close your eyes and let this song take you where you need to go and release. Cry, scream, hug someone you love (if you can), thank God for another day…know that we’ll get through this together.”

The lyrics include: “So tell me, can You hold me? (hm) / Comfort me when I start feelin’ lonely (hm) / Sometimes I let my feelings control me (hm) / And a lotta people love me, but You know me.”

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The “American Idol” alum went on to detail her recent experience protesting and the inspiration she felt after seeing everyone come together to support the Black community.

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Full video. I forgot that it only does 1 min clips with a carousel. But the caption remains the same! This is available to download now. The link is in my bio. I say it at the bottom but I know people aren’t going to read the whole caption. But you should! ♥️ Music has always helped me through trying times in my life & I wrote this song with @jdoddwadd back in February based off of my own experiences…but it’s taken on a whole new meaning these past few weeks. I hope you can close your eyes and let this song take you where you need to go and release. Cry, scream, hug someone you love (if you can), thank God for another day…know that we’ll get through this together. @_danaisaiah and I marched yesterday in Hollywood. It was so beautiful to see the people from every walk of life come together and rise in solidarity with and for the black community. (See previous post to see these photos!) 1st – this sign stuck out to me because it is so true. How can you arrest us for standing up and using our voices peacefully but not the cops. As of now, I see THEY’VE BEEN CHARGED!!! Hallelujah! Which is a win but we have much, much more work to do. 2nd – I was walking behind this beautiful woman who was shouting for justice as loudly as we were. Then I noticed her backpack. She was and is willing to put herself in harms way if it came down to the police turning violent. My heart swelled knowing that risk was very real and she was ready for people she didn’t even know. That’s solidarity! 3rd – I saw this a few minutes ago and was so struck by it that I had to post here. By: Giuliana Mayo/LAist Sending so much love to those who feel the burden and heavy weight of what’s been going on. Use it to propel yourself forward in action. SPEAK UP FOR WHATS RIGHT EVEN IF YOUR VOICE SHAKES. It seems strange to mention, but if you’ve been touched by this song, it’s available everywhere. Nothing else to say but I hope it helps heal. ♥️ #amplifymelanatedvoices

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@_danaisaiah and I marched yesterday in Hollywood. It was so beautiful to see the people from every walk of life come together and rise in solidarity with and for the black community,” wrote Sparks. “Sending so much love to those who feel the burden and heavy weight of what’s been going on. Use it to propel yourself forward in action. SPEAK UP FOR WHATS RIGHT EVEN IF YOUR VOICE SHAKES.”

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