"I'm curious, since when did music have races. What is "black music"? Like seriously. Fuck off with this everything is racist bullshit."
Where do I start?
From my perspective, The situation isn't mainly on the race. The focus is where the music originated and how the music was taken from the origin for monetary gains (WITHOUT giving credit or RESPECTING the HISTORY of where the music came from). Rock N Roll is a good example. In today's day-and-age, Rock N Roll is pre-dominantly played and listened by Caucasian-Americans. When Rock N Roll was pre-dominantly played by African Americans.
The origins Rock N Roll stems from Jump Blues, Gospel, Rhythm and Blues (R&B), etc. If you don't believe me, it's happening with Hip-Hop and Contemporary R&B, today. Hip-Hop is your prime example.
Bruno Mars shows RESPECT towards music, ACKNOWLEDGES the music history, his demographics; and ADMITS he would not have gotten too far in his career without the genre. Seren Sensei is attacking the wrong person. She's reaching. She should focus on other artist WHO ARE showing signs of Cultural Appropriation. That is the dark side of Music Business. Keyword: Business.
Music knows no color, but Man knows how to tarnish the History for profit.
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