You Gotta Put Me On: For the Artists Who Haven’t Quite Reached Mainstream Success, But Who Are Killing the Game

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When black people who are musically inclined choose to pursue a career as an artist, they are proclaiming that they not only believe in their talent but they don’t subscribe to the conventional ways of making an American dream a reality. These people are dreamers with thick skin. Rejection is palpable when you choose…

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