Progressive Pioneer: Grace Jones

Thesis: Through disco music and abnormal appearance, Grace jones catalyzed the notions of undefined gender norms, queer identity, and open sexuality. Disco was a new sound that largely placed emphasis on the expression of individuality.  It is a style of music that was popularized in the 1970s with a sound that is noted by four-on-the-floor […]

Grace Jones Bibiography

Grace Jones Bibliography At the Crossroads: Rap Music and Its African Nexus Keyes, Cheryl L. “At the Crossroads: Rap Music and Its African Nexus.” Ethnomusicology, vol. 40, no. 2, 1996, pp. 223–248. JSTOR,  Postcolonialism and Androgyny The Performance Art of Grace Jones Kershaw, Miriam. “Postcolonialism and androgyny: the performance art of Grace Jones.” Art journal 56.4 (1997): 19-27. […]