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Jazzie B and the New Black Economy

Cynthia Rose, New Statesman, 17 June 1988

A thriving underground enterprise culture has grown up around music – bootlegged vinyl, pirate radio, warehouse parties. It’s a black economy powered by black aesthetics but its consumers are often white.

Total word count of piece: 1831

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