How Black People In America Shaped Today's Country Music

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Published on 1 Feb 2021, 21:07
From the Banjo to Mickey Guyton and Beyonce, here's how black people in America have helped shape country music to what it is today.
This video states that the banjo was created in Africa and brought over to the Americas with enslaved Africans. The banjo is actually an instrument created by enslaved people in the Americas which has heavily influenced by West African lutes.

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