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Buying albums and merch is the most direct way to support musicians, but saving and sharing their posts and songs goes a long way too.
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James Austin Johnson eerily channels the President through riffing on absurd pop culture like Scooby Doo, 100 Gecs, and 'Weird Al' Yankovic.
The kind of egregious exploitation Richard faced in the 1950s might seem unthinkable today. But for many Black artists, not much has changed.
"You’re just bouncing off everyone else. It’s kind of like a human ball pit."
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