Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Can Whites rap? ("Hot Girl Bummer" video)

Blackbear "Hot Girl Bummer" (low budget), Sheldon S., Seth Auberon (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly
WARNING: Gratuitous use of the F-word, many unconvincing ham extras, derivative musical style.

Some very damaged artists may transcend race.
Sure, there's Vanilla Ice, Li'l Dicky, Post Malone, Macklemore, Eminem, the Beastie Boys, and (Zef) Die Antwoord. But some might say that these novelty acts are an argument against Whites being able to rap (adopt Black musical innovations as their own).

Some people try too hard and look foolish for it.
Would anyone believe Whites could rock 'n roll? Not until Elvis and the British invasion saw the mass-stealing of some other race group's signature musical style would we have believed it.

Now there's this fellow Blackbear. Is he doing a better job of performing in this vein than many top acts caught up in the secretly gay rap and hip-hop scene?

Straight friend of Ne-yo? NDE improved music
Does it matter? They don't call it the music hobby. It's the music business, where sales guide all decisions and contract offers. Produce a hit, get a record deal. It's the Hollywood way.

CONCLUSION: Yes; here's why.

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