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She's Every Woman: The Power of Black Women in Pop Music
In the vein of Twenty Feet from Stardom and Girls Like Us comes an authoritative narrative history of one of the most powerful segments of popular music—black female recording artists—told through the stories of some of the most famous and beloved female stars of our age, including Aretha Franklin, Gladys Knight, Whitney Houston, and Janet Jackson, from the former editor-i ...more
ebook, 288 pages
Published September 15th 2017 by Dey Street Books
(first published February 9th 2016)
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DANYEL SMITH is completing Shine Bright: How Black Women Took Over American Pop and Changed Culture Forever (One World / Random House, 2020). Until recently, Danyel was a senior editor and producer at ESPN, and before that, a 2013-14 John S. Knight Journalism Fellow at Stanford University. She has served as editor of Billboard, editor-at-large at Time Inc, and as editor-in-chief of VIBE in its cla ...more
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