Funk

Funk music is one genre, out of many, that was evolved from Jazz. The term Funk or Funky was describe the Black experience and struggles throughout American history. The odor, the tragedy, it was all pretty funky. In the late 1960s, James Brown’s Band created what everyone knows as the funk beat and modern street funk. People started using the dunk rhythm while also being vocal about important social issues. The 1970s were filled with funk icons such as Kool & The Gang and Parliament-Funkadelic. I guess one could say the 70s were very funky. 

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Techno

Techno Techno is a genre very popular today in white music scenes and especially at festivals and raves such as Coachella and The Burning Man.

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The Sound of Black Sisterhood

Allyssa Thornton Black women are the backbone of America because Black women fight not only for themselves, but also for others. In modern times, Black

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