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Old 10.16.2014, 02:25 PM   #69
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The business of marketing music is.as.affected.by the structural racism underlying society.. racism determines exposure not the sound itself.. further in the 50s and 60s there was in fact a systematic effort to market white artistswwhose music sounded similar to black artists or even worse, have white artist cover black artist's material.to deny the black artists the exposure.. further social racism has segregated our local music scenes which then inherently segregates how we.are.exposed to new musics.. its.not that elvis or mick jagger were necessarily racist themselves but rather how we.in the mainstream were exposed to their music.at the dirct expense of black artists because of a racist.industry
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