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Black people don't dance no mo'

ghostdog56ghostdog56 Posts: 2,861 ✭✭✭✭✭

Now I always hear rappers say that their music is a reflection of how they're living and What's going on in the hood where they come from. So could the way black men and women interact on the dance floor be a reflection of how relationships are in the black community? Because now it's just a bunch of grinding and really no interaction like the videos above. Do you agree or disagree?



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