If Only Black Artists Today Were Like Black Artists in 1998
Posted on March 8, 2016
After reading Jenn’s reflection on Lauryn Hill’s Miseducation, I was triggered into remembering the magical year in music that was 1998. For all of its merits and flaws, ’98 was a banner year for good black music.
The 90’s were a great decade for black music. And in my life, 1998 was the point when I really grew my interest in music, exerting my teenage freedom to buy CD singles from Sam Goody at the mall.