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REVOLT TV Jul 1
Hip hop HELD IT DOWN for 🔥🔥Which one of these recent releases is your favorite? SWIPE⬅️
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REVOLT TV Jun 29
"The overarching beauty of June's G.O.O.D. Fridays is that it all took place during , as well as at a time when our music is once again receiving a shift politically and personally." 📝:
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eric ☥ Jun 24
Whitney Houston reading MTV for filth while being interviewed on MTV will always be a mood.
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Blavity News Jul 5
15 rappers we’re banging beyond -- And they’re all women 💃🏽
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REVOLT TV Jun 29
1 year anniversary of 4:44 tomorrow. The way that this album reveals more and more layers of Shawn Carter and the people in his life can teach us about being truthful in our own. ✏️:
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Apple Music Jun 27
Celebrating all month long with selections of songs, albums, and radio stations. Check it out here:
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REVOLT TV Jun 27
An infinitely talented artist who sang to his own to tune and broke down racial barriers for future generations, was undoubtedly The King.
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Pandora Jun 30
In 1983 Michael Jackson became a worldwide megastar when his hits became blockbuster success on “music television” or MTV, breaking the unspoken policy of refusing to play black artists on the network. Michael Jackson: A-Z:
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REVOLT TV Jun 26
Replying to @Diddy @king_heemXVI
Diddy’s Cinematic Visuals #1: “In the visuals for this lyrical masterpiece, ‘Victory,’ channels his inner Blade while Biggie sets the mood perfectly with his menacing verse.” ✏️
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REVOLT TV Jun 26
Replying to @revolttv
Diddy’s Cinematic Visuals #2: ‘Shake Ya Tailfeather’ has elements that defined the golden age of hip-hop videos: tropical locations, oversized colorful jerseys, & black and brown women twerking, and fedora hats.
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ESSENCE Jun 30
No amount of co-opting can rewrite history. Rock & roll is one of the many genres of music birthed by Black people. How did you celebrate ? 🎼🥁🎷🎸🎤
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Rated R&B Jun 29
: In 2005, ’s debut single “Run It” went No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. The chart-topping success made Brown the first male artist as a lead since Diddy in 1997 to have his first single top this chart.
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EBONY MAGAZINE Jul 6
When the Angel’s Cry. Just because... Whitney Houston. Who said has to be over. 🙏🏾
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REVOLT TV Jun 27
. wears the crown, not just due to her mastering the sound of a genre defined by singing R&B melodies over hip-hop beats, but because her music and songwriting almost serve as an autobiography for her life. ✏️ Alisa Dunn
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REVOLT TV Jun 26
Replying to @Diddy @wyclef @JLo
Diddy’s Cinematic Visuals #3: "The skit in ‘Been Around the World’ includes Biggie lines as a secret code, Ma$e and on a private jet, cameos from Quincy Jones, , and . R&B and hip hop artists have all attempted to recreate this vibe."
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Whitty Huton Jun 20
It’s the 30th anniversary of both of these legendary R&B albums. Both albums were released on the same date (June 20, 1988). These albums have a combined production from the best—Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, Babyface & LA Reid and Teddy Riley.
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Jimmy Jam Jul 1
As we close we’re appreciative of the ongoing love from Not sure we like you giving away all our secrets though😂
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Smithsonian NMAAHC Jun 21
Odetta’s music has been called the “soundtrack of the Civil Rights Movement.” Her sense of style and choice of repertoire evoked her African roots, and made a powerful statement during the turbulent 1960s.
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REVOLT TV Jun 25
What's hip-hop and R&B without ? Thankfully, we'll never know. It was the sound that changed America, and created the sonic DNA for today. ✏️
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REVOLT TV Jun 25
Due to the GRAMMYs’ constant snubs and the Pulitzer’s distance from hip-hop culture, 's award feels weightier than any Album Of The Year recognition. ✏️Donna-Claire Chesman
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