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Should British Black Music Shut Up Shop?

With sales down, no break-through artists, and no sustainable domestic infrastructure, should the British black music sector give up?

Should British black music just shut up shop, or are there any encouraging activities or signs for going on? The British black music scene is useful as a consumer base for foreign products/acts, but is pretty inconsequential in the greater scheme of the music industry. If you’re doing something worth reporting, let us know. This will be your space to sell your activity for the British Black Music Report 2006


Mr K Kwaku | talks | www


Date and Time:

4 February 2006 at 3:00 pm


3 hours



City University
Northampton Square

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BritishBlackMusic.com / Black Music Congress
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