10 Black Women In Country Music To Watch Out For

Rashad Grove
March 28, 2024

Country music has always been Black music. Black people have been at the center of the genre since the 1920s when Black musicians played banjos, a derivative of West African lutes made from gourds. Through the years, musicians such as Ray Charles, Charlie Pride, The Pointer Sisters, Linda Martell, and many more. Fast-forward to 2024, and Black artists are now in the minority of a genre that they helped create.

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