Logic at Grammys : 'Beautiful' Countries, 'You Are Not A S-hole'

Logic at Grammys : 'Beautiful' Countries, 'You Are Not A S-hole'

If Logic, Alessia Cara and Khalid's performance empowered you, you're not alone. And onto them I say stand tall and crush all predators under the weight of your heart that is full of the love that they will never take away from you.

He continued, "On behalf of those who fight for equality in a world that is not equal, not just, and not ready for the change we are here to bring, I say unto you, bring us your exhausted, your poor, and any immigrant who seeks refuge". To all the attractive countries filled with culture, diversity and thousands of years of history. and lastly onto the half of those who fight for equality and a world that is not equal, not just and not ready for the change we are here to bring.

Buzzfeed's Krystie Lee Yandoli tweeted that the 21-year-old reiterated that she's serving as a voice for those who don't have the same platform and for women across industries who are "treated unequally".

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"I just want to say that there are some incredible artists out there that are making incredible music that deserve to be acknowledged- that don't always get acknowledged because of popularity contests or numbers games", she said. "The fact that finally, we are all stepping out together to fight something that needs to be fought is unbelievable".

That's exactly the message Logic said he hoped to send with the song. It tells the story of an African-American teenager struggling to come to terms with his own homosexuality.

Singer-songwriter Alessia Cara won best new artist at the 2018 Grammys Sunday night, beating out SZA, Khalid, Lil Uzi Vert, and Julia Michaels. Once again, he was surrounded by suicide attempt survivors and loss survivors, and the screens behind him lit up with the song's title, named after the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

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