John Legend's Glory for Martin Luther King

R&B singer John Legend performed his hit song ‘Glory’ during a march of thousands of people in Selma, Alabama. The march was in honour of Martin Luther King.

R&B singer John Legend performed his hit song ‘Glory’ during a march of thousands of people in Selma, Alabama. The march was in honour of Martin Luther King. "It's about the movement and it's about the people, it's about knowing what happened before and using that as inspiration,” legend said.

‘Glory’ features on the soundtrack of the new movie ‘Selma’ which depicts Dr. Martin Luther King’s campaign for equal rights in a racially divided America in the mid 1960s. It stars Oprah Winfrey and David Oyelowo.

John Legend’s song is nominated for an Oscar and has already won several awards including a Golden Globe for Best Original Song.

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