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  • Jun 4
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    June is Black Music Month and I (unsurprisingly) have not seen a single thread about it on here. With that being said, post your favorite Black musicians from any/all genres who have left a major impact in music history. Maybe some random historical facts about a Black musician, label, or engineer(s).

    Here's a couple documentaries worth checking out this month.
    Pump Up the Volume is a perfect Black Music Month and Pride Month documentary as it covers the early House music scene that was popular in Chicago, New York, Detroit, and Baltimore along with the queer culture that propelled it into a full movement.

    This is a documentary from Dave Grohl that covers DC's music scene of funk, go-go, and punk

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    Mods if possible to move to general in music sxn that'd be appreciated, didn't have the option to do so when making the thread

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    when I say odd, y'all say future

  • aLIEN

    when I say odd, y'all say future

    GOAT

  • Gospel x Soca fusion. Classic track

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    Grace Jones and Larry Heard appreciation post

  • Jun 4

    Good looks on making this thread, in 馃檹馃従

  • soupy

    Grace Jones and Larry Heard appreciation post

    Historic moment

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    so basically music history month

  • Jun 4
    rustcohlestan

    so basically music history month

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    I love being black

  • rustcohlestan

    so basically music history month

  • Jun 4

    Docs on Reggae/Dub music and culture

    Some Jackie Mittoo chunes

  • MLK speeches and house mixes a legendary combo that needs to be appreciated more

  • obligatory

  • classics ONLY

  • Jun 4
    rustcohlestan

    so basically music history month

  • forever important and relevant

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