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Black music, post-pandemic

Black Music and entertainment has been our lifeline since the Covid-19 pandemic occurred. Music has
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Black music, post-pandemic
By The Afropole • Issue #88 • View online
Black Music and entertainment has been our lifeline since the Covid-19 pandemic occurred. Music has also moved hand in hand with speaking truth to power, now more so than ever. So we have to ask, what’s the future of black music post pandemic? What conversations do we need to have make sure we have sustainable outcomes and impact for upcoming black artistes? What does that future look like?
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