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Lizzo debuts new song in beautiful Super Bowl commercial for Google Pixel

Lizzo’due south new song, ‘If You Dearest Me’, was featured in a Google Pixel six Super Bowl commercial.

Lizzo posing for the camera: Lizzo's new song features in Super Bowl ad

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Lizzo’s new vocal features in Super Bowl advertizing

The ‘Truth Hurts’ hitmaker’s track was used in the promo aired during Sunday’s (xiii.02.22) Super Basin LVI – which saw the Los Angeles Rams vanquish the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 – and highlighted how camera applied science has failed to represent darker skin tones.

The tech giant introduced its new “inclusive” Existent Tone camera in the clip, which is soundtracked by the new Lizzo song.

Google said: “Historically, camera applied science hasn’t accurately represented darker pare tones. As function of Google’s commitment to making images more equitable for all, we worked direct with a range of epitome experts celebrated for their beautiful and authentic imagery of people of color to build our Google Pixel 6 with Real Tone, an inclusive camera that sees and highlights all people and the nuances of skin tones beautifully and authentically. Naturally, we so partnered with Lizzo, one of the realest and most talented artists, to empower the world to be truly seen.”

Sharing the advertizement on Instagram, Lizzo wrote: “Black is beautiful. And now thanks to my partners at @googlepixel, photographic camera technology can celebrate and show all of the skin tones that brand every single one of us beautiful. If y’all beloved me, you love all of me. My body. My skin. My story. #seenonpixel

“Honored to have an #ad during the Large Game today. (sic)”

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Lizzo – whose concluding studio album was 2019’s ‘Cuz I Love You lot’ – previously hit back at trolls who sent her “fat-phobic and racist” abuse on social media in a heart-breaking video.

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The ‘Juice’ singer called out the “marginalisation” of black women in the music manufacture.

She said in August 2021: “Blackness women have been in this industry and innovating it forever.

“It is unfortunate that we are the ones who practise endure from the marginalisation the most and the erasure the almost.

“And I feel like if it weren’t for the cyberspace, if information technology weren’t for social media, I could accept been erased, you know what I mean?

“But I chose to be undeniable and I chose to exist loud and I chose to exist cracking, and I’m notwithstanding hither. It’due south difficult.”

Lizzo over again addressed the vile comments fabricated past people online following the release of her and Cardi B’due south new music video ‘Rumors’, and insisted “this due south*** should not wing”.

She added: “I don’t mind critique about me, my music – I don’t fifty-fifty mind the fat comments.

“I just feel similar it’s unfair, sometimes, the treatment that people like me receive…

“People are similar, ‘Don’t permit them see you with your head down, sister!’ My head is always up! Even when I’g upset and even when I’k crying, my caput is up!

“Only I know it’s my job as an artist to reflect at times, and this s*** should non fly. This shouldn’t be OK!”

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