Black Entertainment : THE REVOLUTION OF CLASSIC SOUL........

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  1. SOULDEEP3

    SOULDEEP3 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    ....IS HITTING US LIKE A QUIET STORM....I FEEL IT WITHIN MY SOUL.....ERYKAH BADU, JILL SCOTT,D'ANGELO,LAURYN HILL,INDIA ARIE, ANGIE STONE,MAXWELL & A SELECT FEW OTHERS SET IT OFF.....NOW WE HAVE FLOETRY,KEMESTRY,HEATHER HEADLEY,KINDRED, ANTHONY HAMILTON,& MORE OF OUR CONSCIOUS FAMILY BRINGING THE BLACKNESS WITH WISDOM WITHIN THEIR LYRICS,AS WELL AS THAT[BUTTERSOUL - FROM- BACK-IN-THE-DAYS PRODUCTIONS] ...I SINCERELY FEEL THAT THIS MUSIC IS NOT ONLY WHAT'S ESSENTIAL THESE DAYS,BUT IT'S GONNA HELP OUR PEOPLE GET OURSELVES TOGETHER & HEAL US IN THESE TROUBLING & DANGEROUS TIMES IN WHICH WE LIVE....WHO'S FEELIN' ME ON THIS?:heart: :love: :heart:
     
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    I most def feel u on this these are names of new breed
    the conscious black awareness......power to the people!
     
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    Eisha Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I am really feeling this. I'm kinda into Classic Soul and Old School vibes as well. Its relaxing and soothing. Some of the artist that you named are actually my favorte ones.
     
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    I enjoy a good amount of these artists but referring them as being black conscious is a little odd to me. I think most capture a refreshing sound of depth and soul of the life of some black people. I think they do trigger a sense of “thinking out of the box” from the “oh so popular” R & B topics such as bad relationships, cheating, and falling in love. But these artist’s topics that are mentioned are pretty vague as being conscious because they are still trying to reach a broad audience that aren’t trying to hear “black power” or “build the community”. They are still trying to make music that people will enjoy, have a steady cash flow, and be known. That is why they joined the business, right? I guess I wish there were more artists that are a little more blunt. *shrugs*
     
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