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Black music is a term encompassing music produced or inspired by black people, including Sub-Saharan African music traditions and African popular music as well as the music genres of African American music which arose in times of slavery that characterized the lives of black Americans prior to the American Civil War. These genres include Jazz, Blues, Soul, rock and roll, and more recently rap and hip-hop. Music was used a way to express wants and needs that were ignored due… read more

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  • Avatar for MsDiplodocusss
    Black Music. "Artist photo: Justin Timberlake." lol
  • Avatar for Transzedentale
    fuckin' Immortal too black music
  • Avatar for d307
    www.jumpinblack.com
  • Avatar for CSGois
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  • Avatar for Madrangue
    The blackest music I know is definitely muthafuckin' Diamanda Galas, and she's not even black.
  • Avatar for Pinetreepuller
    This tag is not racist, you mollycoddles. It's a fact that african communities of black people developed a traditional music radically different from the european classical music. When those people where brought as slaves to America, they developed that traditional music into forms like blues, work songs, spirituals or gospel, which can, with no fucking problem, just as baroque and romantic music are in "classical music", be encompassed into the tag "black music".
  • Avatar for ElectroPeter
    racist tag lmao
  • Avatar for jessicarc14
    racists will call this racist
  • Avatar for Sasakr
    As racist as black metal...
  • Avatar for HisLullaby
    imo it is not a racist tag. it is only about music made by people with black skin... i think so :> [2]

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