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John Legend and rap duo Common became winners for 'Best Original Song' for 'Glory.' and brought the OSCARS to tears with their performance

Black History Created in BLACK HISTORY MONTH!!!

Last night, at one of the biggest nights in Hollywood, R&B singer John Legend and rap duo Common became winners for 'Best Original Song' for 'Glory.' The song which has been inspiring people all over is from the soundtrack of civil rights biopic, Selma. Their performance and speeches brought many to tears and were informative and motivational. 

Congratulate these beautiful black men!

John Stephens and Lonnie Lynn better known as John Legend and Common have made history! Last night at the Academy Awards,on the heels of their powerful performance of the song 'Glory', the duo won an Academy Award for the "Best  Original" song, Glory from the civil rights biopic, 'Selma.' 

After bringing several people to tears from their stirring perfomance, their win resulted in speeches that were motivational and informative about the state of black men in America. Check out their performance and speeches below! 

 

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Comment by D.A.Williams on February 24, 2015 at 9:03pm

Great!

Comment by AfricanGoddess on February 23, 2015 at 6:16pm

I'm so happy Common is finally getting his shine...Congrats to both on their win!

Comment by T on February 23, 2015 at 4:12pm
Inspirational.
Comment by Incognito on February 23, 2015 at 3:47pm

Now these are fellas kids should idolize. Not these other numbnut, untalented crackers giving R&B and Hip Hop a bad name...  I would bet a grip that 90% of middle school black kids have NO idea who Common or John Legend is, but would know who Bobby Smurda is like his name is on a box of Wheaties....

Comment by Anthony Phoenix on February 23, 2015 at 2:43pm

Two men showing they both have an understanding of what it may have been like when Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King lived in the world!

Comment by Fannie Craft on February 23, 2015 at 2:06pm
Nice song

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