British Artist Kelli-Leigh Spotlights Racial Inequality In Dance Music

Published: Wednesday 3rd Jun 2020 by David

Kelis isn’t the only musician condemning the music industry’s exploitation/rejection of black talent.

Find out what the chart-blazing Dance vocalist Kelli-Leigh has to say about her experiences in the business below…

The Dance music scene has often seen the black artists it employs to sell its tracks (and keep its labels afloat) erased from visuals and marketing materials by the time its music is ready to impact its lucrative market.

As a result, these artists (usually black women) are unable to capitalise on the success they helped to generate for DJs and producers who are propelled to stardom…at their expense.

See below…


Today, the artist Kelli-Leigh has weighed in on the matter as the conversation surrounding the exploitation of black musicians intensifies.

Leigh, and others like her, questioned the industry’s refusal to invest in the very artists it uses to fortify its system.

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  1. Fancy BISH June 3, 2020

    This is THE TRUTH 💯👊🏽

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