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As you groove to the soulful sounds of Adele and Joss Stone, who do they remind you of? White Soul singers or, “blue-eyed soul singers,” as they’re commonly referred to, may have gotten their inspiration from some of the most soulful Black music artists in history, but are they keeping Black music alive today?

SimplyComplex_87 said:

how the hell do white artists keep black music ALIVE? they may be small contributors to the genre, but they wouldn’t have had such careers had it not been for black artists to pave the way…

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