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Is an Usher record really as good as a Michael Jackson record? Perhaps it’s for the best — leave people to their own impressions of the movie without them being sullied by a sequel.

Does Kanye West stand next to Prince or Smokey Robinson or Jimi Hendrix or Muddy Waters or Nat ‘King’ Cole or… Forget intra-group: have we coughed up a Miles Davis or Ellington, whose work can stand next to anybody’s, anywhere, from any era or period of human artistic endeavor? That way if you imagine what happened to the characters for yourself, then you’re never proven wrong. w=584" class="size-full wp-image-2485" src=" w=584&h=390" alt="Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Nate Parker" width="584" height="390" srcset="

Where are we on the long trajectory of cultural expression? Are we upholding the best traditions of the past (regardless of form)?

Is a Beyoncé record really as good as a 60s Aretha record?

The film only grossed a little over million at the box office but is on many top film lists (check here, here, here, and here).

Many consider it a classic with no small thanks to its soundtrack, which included tracks by Maxwell and Lauryn Hill. w=584" class="size-full wp-image-2477" src=" w=584&h=292" alt="Darius Lovehall and Nina Mosley in love jones" width="584" height="292" srcset="

At the elite level of global distribution, there remain the same two gentlemen — Will Smith and Denzel Washington — that we’ve had for twenty years. At the more modest level of domestic distribution, to where most “black” films are restricted, there are more names, but not a list you would call extensive by any stretch. Ultimately it’s about a gut feeling: I like this, maybe other people will, too.

In the popular space, I think artists have figured out the “how do I get paid? Willie Dixon would’ve traded bank accounts with Rihanna seven days a week and twice .

But the question shouldn’t be have African-American (artists) benefited, it should be, how good is the art?

Dutton, Neil Crone, Loretta Devine, Linden Porco, Ray Galletti, Jennifer Gibson, Brandon Gonzales, Kpazai Jonathan, Pat Mastroianni, Rodney JR Wilcox, Michele Schwemmer, Jamie Spilchuk, Stephen Chandler Whitehead Actor: Dakota Johnson, Jamie Dornan, Eric Johnson, Eloise Mumford, Rita Ora, Luke Grimes, Victor Rasuk, Max Martini, Jennifer Ehle, Marcia Gay Harden, Bruce Altman, Arielle Kebbel, Callum Keith Rennie, Robinne Lee, Brant Daugherty Actor: Alexandra Daddario, Adam Devine, Robbie Amell, Shelley Hennig, Noureen De Wulf, Andrew Bachelor, Tony Cavalero, Tenea Intriago, Chris Wylde, Dean J.

released on March 14, 1997, was based on his own dating experiences living in Chicago.

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