The Grammys may be over, but the fall out continues regarding Beyonce‘s ‘Lemonade‘ snub for the coveted Album of the Year.
Serving as a forewarning of dramas to come, Frank Ocean composed an insightful open letter that briefly pointed out the ‘cultural biases’ that is filtered during the ceremony of music.
Now, Solange takes a seat at the table to further back Ocean’s claim of the Recording Academy’s perceived racial biases.
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Taking to Twitter, the 30-year-old wrote…
The Grammy award-winning artist makes a great point. Only three black women obtain the awards for Album of the Year; Natalie Cole‘s ‘Unforgettable … With Love‘ (1992); Whitney Houston‘s ‘Bodyguard Soundtrack‘ (1994); and Lauryn Hill‘s ‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill‘ (1999).
Food for thought, ay.