News: Registration requires "verification" before you are allowed to post.  Be sure to check your "spam" folder to make sure that you receive the verification link.  The e-mail should come from "Onnidan Fan Forum" with the return address -> staff@onnidan.com.

 


Author Topic: Where did the love go? In today’s Black pop music, love songs are harder to find  (Read 108 times)

Offline klg14

  • Assistant GM
  • *****
  • Posts: 30,383
  • Karma: +20/-18
  • Assistant Coach
    • View Profile
The rise of rap, the influence of streaming on the Billboard charts, and changing perceptions of love all play a part.
https://theundefeated.com/features/where-did-the-love-go-in-todays-black-pop-music-love-songs-are-harder-to-find/
July 4, 1881 - A Great Day in History...

"Everyone can be great, because everyone can serve."  - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

“Google can bring you back 100,000 answers, a librarian can bring you back the right one.” - Neil Gaiman

Offline Sierra

  • Assistant GM
  • *****
  • Posts: 6,518
  • Karma: +45/-5
    • View Profile
Love Song.. Lets go back to 1975. I was 29, 30" waist, 190lbs., medium afro, kicking 5 miles a day, married.. two infants boys.
https://www.bing.com/search?q=curtis%20mayfield%20One%20in%20Love&qs=n&form=QBRE&sp=-1&pq=curtis%20mayfield%20one%20in%20love&sc=1-27&sk=&cvid=877F582BACC54730BE0D18F2304CDC1F
Do all the right things for the all the right reasons.Damn the consequences.

Offline Bison 4 Life

  • Assistant GM
  • *****
  • Posts: 29,783
  • Karma: +114/-125
  • Veteran
    • View Profile
Artists either aren't ready for primetime Summer Walker) or overshare on social media ( Ari Lennox) and the talent is lost in the cancel social media culture of today. :tiptoe:
"If you want to understand any problem in America,you need to focus on who profits from that problem not who suffers from that problem".

Dr. Amos Wilson

 

Onnidan's HBCUSports Logo
News

 

Support Onnidan

Support the Fan Forum

With all the divisive rhetoric on social media outlets, websites such as ours, especially message boards, are under the watchful eye of the Internet giants. And those giants are coming down hard on sites like this one due to the perception of the need for better "oversight".

We recognize the cultural conflict that exists and over the past few months we've been accused of allowing content in posts/threads that supposedly violates some advertiser's policies. Those threads weren’t an issue in the past, but for some reason, they are an issue now. And we are being penalized (financially) because of it.

As a result we are coming to you directly for your financial support.

The pandemic has financial consequences, especially for Black-owned businesses. Ad revenue is shrinking so we are asking you directly for your financial support. You can use the Cash App and contribute to $onnidan or process your donation through Square

 

 

2019 Onnidan HBCU Composite Football Schedule


 

Powered by EzPortal