Angie Stone complained to the San Francisco Chronicle she hasn’t gotten as much play from urban stations as she’d like. “They’ve made hip-hop pop,” she explained. “They found a way to appeal to the children, and the parents spend the money to buy the records. That’s great from a commercial standpoint, but what is bad about it is they’re not getting the grit and grime of what real, real soul music is about.” Read more.
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