Sunday, May 26, 2013

The attack of the WHACK singers continue in RnB.

A second Wig, I mean WHACK (White trying to be Black) fake RnB singer has hit the radio with his latest attempt at RnB music after Justin Timberlake. Robin Thicke has returned with an attempt at RnB music using the same formula as Justin Timberlake which is get a Negro producer and in this case its not Timbaland, its Pharrell of the Neptunes. Next, get a Negro rapper, which in this case it is not Jay-Z, its TI. Robin Thicke took it a bit further by using a sample of an old Marvin Gaye soul song, "Got to Give It Up." Still, eventhough Robin Thicke a is WHACK (White trying to be Black) Rnb singer, I can take him over Justin Timberlake anytime. At least Robin Thicke appears to be more appealing to the Black listening audience. Hey,  I could be wrong. However, that damn Justin Timberlake is a real Aryan, Mickey Mouse Club, NSync, Boy band white boy who is just slumming around Negroes for kicks. You see.  Moreover, Robin and Justin have the luxury of being Caucasian in radio with all the benefits that come with it. Let me explain further. Justin Timberlake and Robin  Thicke get radio airplay on ALL of the radio stations with their music (Black and white radio stations). In order for actual RnB singers like Neyo, Chris Brown, Usher, and Eric Roberson, Ledisi, Jill Scott, etc to get  cross over air play, they have to change their sound and even their image to fit the white, pop and even dance audience while white WHACK singers like Justin Timberlake and Robin Thicke get played all over the place without having to change their sound or look. Being white is enough for them. The actual Rnb singers get a few spins on the old school RnB stations where young Black music listeners rarely venture. Hmmm, I wonder why. I read a book back in college years age called, "Culture Bandits" that spoke about these current bleaching trends in RnB music in which the RnB would go through a complete blackout and people like Justin Timberlake and Robin Thicke would be viewed as the look of RnB music. Black faces will be completely wiped out in radio in the images in the videos. Does anyone remember Jazz or Blues music? Damn. They took those too? Watch out Black rappers. Eminem is going to return soon to reclaim his thrown as the number one rapper/Hip-hop artist.

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