Grammy-nominated rap artist Cordae will appear as a special guest on tonight’s episode of Stephen A’s World, which will feature a performance of Cordae’s song “What’s Life” in observation of Juneteenth. “What’s Life” is featured on Music For The Movement Volume III – Liberated, the latest EP from The Undefeated, available now.
Who: Grammy-nominated rap artist Cordae | ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith
What: A performance of Cordae’s song “What’s Life” from Music For The Movement Volume III – Liberated, the latest EP from The Undefeated
When: Tonight on Stephen A’s World and available to stream on-demand thereafter
Why: In observation of Juneteenth, commemorating the emancipation of enslaved African-Americans on June 19, 1865. June 19 is now a federal holiday, after a bill was approved by Congress this week and signed by President Biden yesterday.
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