Prince gave black kids the license to be who they wanted to be, not what society thought they should be

Los Angeles Times – Music in the 1980s was often a segregated experience. In an almost reflexive response to the dominance of funk and disco in the ’70s — which culminated in mass record burnings — radio was bifurcated between black and white, R&B and rock.

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