The Black Female Singer is the latest genre to become a target of social media criticism, with many blaming a backlash against black women for the growing popularity of black female music.
“We see that the black women are not only the ones who are making music, but they are also the ones doing it with the same level of creativity that they are,” said Rachel Cade, a Black female music producer and director in Atlanta, Georgia.
She added that, despite the criticism, black women remain an under-represented genre in the music industry.
Black female music is a booming genre.
There are currently 8.7 million black female artists in the U.S. alone, according to a 2017 study by the Black Music Archive, and the Black Female Music Association says black women make up 13 percent of the industry’s members.
However, the black male musicians have been criticized for their roles as gatekeepers, and not sharing their creative and musical talents.
Black female musicians like Nelly Furtado, Nelly Shakes, and Black Eyed Peas are often seen as the gatekeepers to black male artists.
Black male artists have also been accused of taking the spotlight away from their female counterparts.
Black women are seen as less than artists and less than people of color.
And that can make it difficult for them to find a job.
The backlash has not only led to the backlash against women, it has also led to more scrutiny for Black female artists.
Cade said she was surprised at the recent backlash against Black female musicians.
But she believes that a backlash is not the end of the world.
I’m not going to stop doing what I love.
I’m going to keep doing what’s good, whether it’s music, movies, or politics.
And as Black female, I’ve learned that Black women can be artists, and that they can be leaders, too.