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Victoria Monet

Victoria Monet and Ariana Grande are the latest artists to speak out against police brutality, with their new song “Better Days.”

Both singer/songwriters posted long messages on their respective Instagram accounts calling for peace and hope for the future. Victoria posted a joint statement from the two singers:

“I’m heartbroken by all of the recent tragedies the came as a result of hatred, racism and injustice. I’m also sad at how numb some of us are to it, because it is far too common! This is not a video game or a movie you’re witnessing on your screens!This is our unfortunate REALITY! When I think about how I feel, the word confused comes to mind…So today we just want to try and help in one of the ways we know how!

“Music is a universal language that all of us can feel regardless of color lines, gender, sexuality, age, race, religion…. it unifies us. We believe we can not fight hate with hate, only love. Just as we can not fight darkness with more darkness. Only Light.”


To all of the lives taken pointlessly, we will not let you be forgotten. You have sparked change in this world with your angel wings. Rest In Peace.

Stay strong and know that better days are coming…


love, Victoria + Ariana”

Ariana followed up their joint statement with one of her own on Instagram.

If you need a pick-me-up, take a listen to “Better Days” below.


Victoria Monet & Ariana Grande “Better Days” (NEW MUSIC)  was originally published on