The 70s was a revolutionary period for black people in pride and music. We made undeniable fashion statements and black music addressed the issues of racism and war (Marvin Gaye), black pride (James Brown) and love for ourselves and our community (Earth Wind & Fire). In addition some of the BEST love songs were made in the 70s that are still played on the air at many radio stations today. Here are 10 reason’s why the 70s music won’t die.
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