This is Love-Luv Therapy Season 3 Episode Three. This episode deals with the fact that historically, Black people have consistently created great things (culture, inventions, civilizations, etc.) and caucasians have continued to appropriate them. Musically, caucasians imitate until they can replicate. From blues, jazz, rock to rap now, they keep claiming to be the greatest at doing OUR music.
Byron LOVE Luv and his guests J. Baptist and Z-Love delve into this topic along with the customary visual aids.
Be entertained as well as educated.
Songs contained herein include:
Da Purge – Byron LOVE Luv
Stayin’ Alive – Bee Gees
Night Fever – Bee Gees You Should Be Dancin’ – Bee Gees
Disco Inferno – Trammps
Rapper’s Delight – Sugar Hill Gang
Lord Above – Fat Joe ft. Mary J. Blige & Eminem
Pray For Him – Nick Cannon
The Fly – World Class Wrecking Crew
Fuck Nigga – Stitches ft. Sean J.
Elvis – David Banner
Rappin’ Duke – Shawn Brown
Rappin’ Ronnie Reagan – Ron & the D.C. Crew
Freaky Friday – Lil’ Dicky ft. Chris Brown
Melanin – Shae Universe
Sue Me – Wale ft. Kelly Price
Don’t Get Outta Pocket – Westside Connection
MCs Act Like They Don’t Know – KRS One
My Name Is – Eminem
No Complex – Chino XL
Us – Ice Cube
Culture Vulture – DISL Automatic
If I Was Black – Tom MacDonald
I Mean (I Don’t Mean It) – R. Kelly
Invitation Canceled – Nick Cannon
Nobody Can Be You – Steve Arrington
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