Yesterday, Barbra Streisand premiered the politically-charged, anti-Trump music video for her new single “Don’t Lie to Me” on YouTube.
Not shy about expressing her political views, Streisand most recently was vocal in her support of Hillary Clinton’s bid for president.
Leading up to the release, Streisand dropped a few hints about the video, including a black-and-white of a Kavanaugh protest with the lyrics “Can’t You See I’m Crying” laid over it.
The song debuted in September. It’s a single from her upcoming album Walls.
In an interview with the AP, Streisand said the inspiration for the single came when she was traveling, and she was in her car “listening to lies, listening to things that are such craziness” on the radio.
Streisand has been working in show business for over six decades, and she’s won two Oscars, ten Grammys including the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and the Grammy Legend Award, five Emmys, a Tony, an AFI Award, a Kennedy Center Honors prize, four Peabodys, the Presidential Medal of Freedom and nine Golden Globes.
She is the only recording artist to have a number-one album in each of the last six decades, and she’s sold over 150 million albums worldwide.
Walls will be released Nov. 2. Watch the video for "Don't Lie to Me" below.