Sheila E. is sending out a call to action in her latest video, "Funky National Anthem (FNA): Message 2 America." Filmed in San Francisco's Mission District, the video was directed by Sheila E.'s brother Peter Michael Escovedo. At a time when America's citizens are questioning the future of the country and the world, the video's storyline channels the speeches of prominent leaders of the past, whose inspirational messages about the betterment of men and women of all races, color and creeds still resonate. In fact, Sheila E. was granted the right directly from the King Estate to use Dr. Martin Luther King's likeness and words in the video and song.

Sheila E. is sending out a call to action in her latest video, "Funky National Anthem (FNA): Message 2 America." Filmed in San Francisco's Mission District, the video was directed by Sheila E.'s brother Peter Michael Escovedo. At a time when America's citizens are questioning the future of the country and the world, the video's storyline channels the speeches of prominent leaders of the past, whose inspirational messages about the betterment of men and women of all races, color and creeds still resonate. In fact, Sheila E. was granted the right directly from the King Estate to use Dr. Martin Luther King's likeness and words in the video and song.

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Iconic: Message 4 America [LP]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: STILETTO FLATS MUSIC
Genre: Rock/Pop
Rel. Date: 01/26/2018
UPC: 757347457836

Iconic: Message 4 America [LP]
Artist: Sheila E.
Format: Vinyl
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Sheila E. is sending out a call to action in her latest video, "Funky National Anthem (FNA): Message 2 America." Filmed in San Francisco's Mission District, the video was directed by Sheila E.'s brother Peter Michael Escovedo. At a time when America's citizens are questioning the future of the country and the world, the video's storyline channels the speeches of prominent leaders of the past, whose inspirational messages about the betterment of men and women of all races, color and creeds still resonate. In fact, Sheila E. was granted the right directly from the King Estate to use Dr. Martin Luther King's likeness and words in the video and song.