The joyful songs on the project serve as a love offering to Black girls across multiple decades and generations, Mitchell says. The first track on the EP, which comprises a type of folklore you would hear or read in a children’s book, is a reflection of this.
“The EP starts with ‘The Legend of Black Girl Magic,’ which is me narrating a mythical, fairy tale-esque story that references this princess, ‘Peg,’ who is named after my eight-time great-grandmother. She was an incredible woman who was emancipated from slavery on April 12, 1800, in Greenwich, Connecticut,” explains Mitchell. “And just like my…
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