The song, which critiques race relations in the US, is as painfully relevant today as it was three decades ago.
This song is just me connecting all the different parts of me and trying to pull my worlds closer together.
Bollywood, even with its massively problematic take on 'butch women' has still managed to screen some queer moments.
If we want to support diversity in the music industry, we need to support exactly those bands that the mainstream is ignoring.
We can criticise Modi on the ground that he ought to engage more with the public. But we cannot criticise Beyoncé for her tightly-controlled images.
Performance matters. And all good entertainers understand this.
We’re oh-so-willing to celebrate black success and oh-so-desperate to ignore the widespread trauma and chaos right behind it.