British Black music  

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British Black music refers to music of the African diaspora, or music derived from the African diaspora which has been produced in Great Britain regardless of the ethnic background of the musicians.

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Awards

Since 1996, an annual awards ceremony has been held for Music Of Black Origin, also known as the MOBO awards.<ref>Template:Cite news</ref>

Genres

Organisations and events

Notable contributors to British Black Music

16th century

18th century

Early 20th century,

Late 20th Century

Early 21st century

See also




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