Roy Wood Jr. exposes the black roots of musical genres that white people love, including EDM, the banjo and square dancing.
Oh you soon feel the effects of Molly. *Sees him feeling himself* There it is! Took it long enough. And of course let’s never forget black people better at rapping at least in my opinion
Say what you will about white people stealing music. I’m pretty sure we’ve never stolen throat singing.
I’m so ashamed to be white sometimes ?
Roy Wood Jr IS THE ONE!!!
.edm from europe is uninspired
This is the best roast ever..
Why are you not reporting news about terrorist attack in INDIA ?
Sqaure dancing is so Oirish .
I can smell my own emotions lol
Daaamn!!! So the only thing white people knew was slavery? They seem to have stolen everything else!
black black black
everything about this show is about blacks
u should call it the black show
The washboard is not and never has been a part of Bluegrass.
enjoyed an omelet and coffee with cp time
Roy you are funny
Ashamed…I love EDM, Banjos, and square dancing. Sad pandas.
They are getting ready to have a tribute to Elvis……Now j-lo is on this one too. Let’s see how many Blacks will be on this elvis tribute- after all he “borrowed”- his music & dance moves – from Blacks……
dont care… ?
String instruments were used through out EurAsia before being introduced into North Africa by Islamic traders / conquerors. The application of strings to the gourd body and animal skin cover was African, but the fret board and tuning structure was from West African slaves blending with Caribbean culture and was introduced to North America via slaves and indentured servants living in such close proximity. Many of these indentured servants were given land in Appalachian West Virginia as a pension at end of servitude set out in their contract in Accordance to John Lockes “social contract” which was law of the land in colonial America. Why (West) Virginia? because it was cheap then and it’s cheap now.
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