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Why We Should Look to Black Artists for the Future of Music

We’ve seen Beyoncé, Frank Ocean, and Chance the Rapper introduce new methods of music distribution—but they’re following a long line of black artists who have revolutionized the music industry

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Britt Julious

Britt Julious

Black Girl Feels™. Lifelong party girl. COLUMNIST: Chicago Tribune. WRITER: Esquire, ELLE, Rolling Stone, Pitchfork & others.

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