For the FUNK of It

For the FUNK of It https://blackmusicscholar.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/videoplayback.mp4 Funk music; that groovy, hypnotic music that makes your body move against its will. Funk music; music for the

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Tech? NO!- Techno

Tech? NO! Techno is definitely my least favorite genre. I just can’t get to liking it. Techno music first originated in Detroit Michigan in the

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Boogie on Down- Disco

Boogie on Downnnn Disco became popular in the 1960s-1970s. It quickly overtook funk as the popular music of the times. Its origins were in New

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Hallejuah!- Gospel

HALLEJUAH! There are two types of gospel music. It can either be African American or Anglo American gospel music. The elements of African American gospel

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Jazz-y Bell

Jazz-y Bell 😉 Ragtime became popular in 1896-1920 and originating in Mississippi & Missouri. They referenced the songs as coon songs as a racial slur

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Riggitty Ragtime

Riggitty Ragtimeeee Ragtime became popular in 1896-1920 and originating in Mississippi & Missouri. They referenced the songs as coon songs as a racial slur against

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Feeling Real Blue- Blues

Feeling Real Blue Blues is a mere of music that was made in the 1870s. It was inspired by negro spirituals mostly highlighting the pain

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