New Video: Cynthia Erivo – ‘Stand Up’ [‘Harriet’ Anthem]

Published: Saturday 9th Nov 2019 by Sam

‘Harriet’ is proving a success at the box office and now looks poised for musical acclaim  too.

Lead Cynthia Erivo takes vocal flight on anthem ‘Stand Up,’ the video for which premiered moments ago.

Word is that the track may well be in contention for the Best Original Song award at the 2020 Oscars.

Check out the visual below to find out why…


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  1. Jamon_84 November 9, 2019

    Such talent. I love when it’s all about the song and Message and not a big budget visual. Needs deserves a best actress nomination and this song deserves a best original song.

    • Jamon_84 November 9, 2019

      *she deserves

    • Clarkson November 9, 2019

      Camilla would sound better Singing this

      • Clarkson November 9, 2019


  2. Clarkson November 9, 2019

    Damn somebody is hungry for that best original song oscar

    If she wins an oscar , she will be the youngest EGOT ever.

    Beyonce sorry for u.
    u thought that awful song spirit was gonna get u an oscar. Girl u are delusional.

    • Clarkson November 9, 2019

      TROLL ignore this person.
      U are pathetic

    • Tori November 9, 2019

      There’s a great possibility she might undeservingly win. A lot off people thinks she’s a know racist, she’s publicly posted racist tweets (and blamed them on her friend), and white people absolutely love her like she’s a God! The fact that American black actresses turned down this role yet she took this role even after down talking ADOS family members, she’s pretty much already won.

      • suhsuh November 9, 2019

        Facts ✊?

  3. Ari November 9, 2019

    Fantasia could never and will never

  4. Angie November 10, 2019

    That song rearranged my soul. Cynthia’s voice and vocal techniques moved me across the room. This girl’s voice has been anointed. Im glad she is finally getting her due.

  5. Rchelle November 10, 2019

    A fictitious movie based on the name of a real life hero in the black community.

  6. Rev Dr. Valerie JordanMatthews November 11, 2019

    Awesome movement of God for His chosen people!

  7. Maxx November 12, 2019

    Doesn’t seem Oscar worthy to me…maybe if Jennifer Hudson was singing it, it would have had the soul it desperately needed.

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