DeJ Loaf is Paying for NYC Marriage Licenses to Celebrate New Song 'Liberated'

Dej Loaf
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Dej Loaf performs on the Outdoor stage during week 1, day 3 of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival on April 15, 2018 in Indio, Calif.

DeJ Loaf wants to spread the love.

The songstress teased the release of her upcoming song on Instagram, a collaboration with Leon Bridges titled "Liberated." The song is all about acceptance, with lyrics like, "If you feel free/Then you should lift your hands/Real love, less friends/So many things in this world I don't understand/I won't judge who you love or your brown skin."

In celebration of the love she's promoting in her new song, on its release date (June 8), DeJ Loaf said that she will be helping people "get liberated" at New York City Hall by paying for everyone's marriage licenses. In response to some questions in the comments, the rapper said that her generosity does not only apply to the LGBTQ community. Everyone is welcome. 

See the post below.


LIBERATED 6/8 141 Worth St., New York, NY 10013, starting at 8:30am #PeopleGetLiberated

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