Motown's reputation for diversity and inclusion is a source of pride for the musician he explains, so the discussion surrounding Jennifer's performance is upsetting. The "Motown Sound" was pivotal on shaping the pop music landscape of today, not only giving African American singers a path to stardom but singers from all backgrounds. "I think anyone who is upset is stupid".
But considering the barriers that black artists from the Motown era faced to get recognition, the choice seems especially thoughtless.
The star hit the stage to sing "Dancing in the Street", "Please Mr. Postman", "The Best Things in Life Are Free", "Do You Love Me", and more.
For example, if you ask me - a mid-20's white dude from New York City - I'd say I rather enjoyed Jennifer Lopez's Motown tribute. After all, it's Motown's 60th anniversary.
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Meghan has had a variety of late-night events this month - and despite being heavily pregnant, shows no sign of strain at all. She continued: "If you love me, as you tell the press you do, please stop". "I want nothing more than to sort this mess out.
The label also posted then deleted the following...
I don't know how many of you caught the #Grammys last night, but one of the most controversial moments even days before the award show aired was the decision for @jlo to perform a 6 minute #Motown tribute.
"Your Motown "tribute" should have had BLACK WOMEN in it". "Any type of music can inspire any type of artist", Lopez told Entertainment Tonight on Sunday, noting she grew up listening to Motown songs with her mom.
"The thing about music is that it inspires all".
And while the multi-talented star was on point with her outfit and stage design for the performance, many viewers were left baffled as to why bosses had chosen Jennifer for the tribute.
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