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BIBI BOURELLY DROP-KICKS PRESIDENT WITH "WHITE HOUSE"

Def Jam's Bibi Bourelly has added her powerful, distinctive voice to the growing chorus of resistance by releasing a sweetly sung, but scathingly written song, "White House."

Bourelly's lyrics express a deep anxiety and concern over climate change, world violence and the state of the Earth we are leaving to today's children. As the melody crescendos into the chorus, she wails "Oh Mr. Fire Man the Devil's in the White House."

"I am a girl. A regular girl. I am not a pop star or a politician," explained Bourelly upon release. "I am not a Straight A student. I am an artist. I try to tell the truth because my father taught me that lying hurts. Not only those around us, but ourselves. It hurts everyone."

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