1970’s and 1980’s Gospel Presentation

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90’s Hip Hop

In the early 90s, producers began using audio editing software and digital effects to create new styles of alternative hip hop, such as jazz rap, in which groups like De La Soul and A Tribe Called Quest added jazz and R&B samples to their beats. The Fugees used elements of reggae and soul to curate […]

The Queen of R&B

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Significance of the 20th Century Blues

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The Essence of the Dundun Drum

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The Essence of the Ring Shout

                          Many enslaved populations during the late 1600s and 1700s spoke various languages as they came from different coastal regions along the coast of West and Central Africa. The Ring Shout served as the vehicle for communication among all groups. The ring shout was […]