Jazmine Sullivan

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Black Female Connectivity Through R&B Music

Introduction R&B is a genre that has changed naturally over the years. Starting all the way back in the 1940s, R&B has had influences from many other genres and grew upon each of them to make it its own. Today’s R&B is much different than the starting songs made, but I believe we can still […]