Adrian Younge Revises Black History

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Adrian Younge spoke to Sound & Vision about the stories of Black America not typically taught in the U.S.


 
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Adrian Younge is a multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer who has just released an album and a podcast for Black History Month. The album is called The American Negro and the podcast is called Invisible Blackness. The first track of the album, "Revisionist History," gets at the mission statement throughout the project: revising history to represent the real narratives around Black lives in America.

Adrian Younge spoke to Sound & Vision about the stories of Black America not typically taught in the U.S.

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