Music and Racism the Artists & Genre divide
by: Nuwri Ghostleaf
If you look closely, you can see the writing Hidden in Plain sight. Before I begin, let me make this perfectly clear.I write strictly from the heart and the majority of the time straight to the point,depending on the subject matter. I’m not trying to win a literary prize for I know those awards mainly go to writers who’s ambitions are New York Times Washington Post Wall Street Journal kind of honors.
With all due respect to ALL eyes that see read and hear this,no disrespect to your intelligence,I just want to have Written Verbal Conversations with you as the friend I see you as.Sincerely: Nuwri Ghostleaf (amazonbooks.com)
Like all the other racial issues that seem to be at the top of ever news cast as of late, from police “Killings” to Radical massacres in foreign countries. Top topic that most seem to shy away from is now a world wide social problem being laid out on every dinner table for discussion whether it’s uncomfortable or not.
Now what does that have to do with music you might be asking. Well, I’m going to be very upfront with you,and some of the artists you may have heard of and some you may not have, but either way if they are some you like, just remember Musicluv is all we care about.
For as long as there has been music and job applications, their has been Racism.secretly known as categories and check this box to ID what ethnic background you below to. Why would something like that be put in place, well to make sure we get our census numbers correct and make sure the positions are filled equally. Yeah right! The real of that cover is for you to do your due diligence, open up your eyes and recognize that we won’t hire more of them than us, not on my watch.
In our beloved Music industry the modern day Racism effect is being played out sadly amongst the artists themselves. It’s not that White artists don’t have soul, it’s the mere fact that the governing bodies are recognizing them as the originators and cancelling out the true deserving. When they themselves public say and feel that they deserve awards over those that are far more superior in talent, then Huston we have a problem.
The title: Music and Racism the Artists & Genre divide, stems from all that is being portrayed and sadly excepted by certain artists and industry analysts. I know those who find it hard to believe that fellow artists and musicians within the industry could have any kind of vibes like Racism, after all, isn’t it like one big giant fraternity? where nothing but, Love is spread throughout with no disconcerting thoughts that would lead to what’s really going on behind backs and the wizards curtain.
WARNING! what you are about see and hear is not just someone ranting but, what’s really going on in an industry that is having it’s own financial woes without added extra drama going on amongst artists.
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Jealousy? could be, but let’s not loose sight of what’s happening here. Why do you think Gloria and Emilio Estefan created the Latin Grammy’s. Why the BET awards, The Soul Train awards, because the wizards behind the curtains love “Controversy” It reminds of Crack, yes crack the drug. After it was introduced into the white neighborhoods it became a problem that we have to address.
Well, just like the race issue that America so quickly wants to sweep under the rug and not have an open dialog on, that same race issue is quickly being spread into the industry we all can’t live without. Black White and all others in between.
Let’s go back in time for a short moment. Jackson Five hit it Big time and very shortly after here comes the counter group, The Osmonds. Fast forward and what are we seeing a complete in your face take over by white artists singing what soul R&B music and winning the awards that were put in place to balance out the inequality so deserving of the originators. Am I saying white artists can’t sing soul or r&b no, there’s no monopoly on it, but to blatantly slap Black artists in the face and except it as if to say “I Got Soul and I’m Super bad Too” is a straight out farce that you shouldn’t want to live with the guilt.
There are many categories.Genres of music that we all love in our own vibratory ways. The notes really only ave the color of Love on them or you wouldn’t enjoy it. I know it’s the sad generational passing on of racial hated in some but, above all that, it’s the powers that be whether you want to believe it or not, that want to keep us divided in as many ways as possible, which is there way of controlling the controllable.
Music and Racism the Artists & Genre divide. It really sadden my heart to see this going on in an industry that’s having issues much more devastating than this, not taking away from the fragile implications this could erupt into, I just hope and pray that the better side of all, the artists, the wizards and the buying public realizes that to move forward, “WE THE PEOPLE” hold the keys to ALL things consumerism.
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