“To the black man; thanks for taking it all in stride.” –Stewie Griffin
Today marks the beginning of Black History Month. We honor the contributions of African-Americans and the mighty role they’ve played in our nation’s history and the shaping of our culture. What contributions to speak of! Peanut butter, Jazz, Sports,
the Highest Homicide Rate in the Civilized World, Southern Cuisine, Half of Barack Obama…the list goes on and on.
Join the jubilee with:
1. All music by black artists
2. Music about the black experience, the civil rights movement, and overcoming shit
3. Black music done badly by white people (or other less soulful races)
And now, in the name of equality, you shall be judged not by the color of your skin, but by the content on your playlist.
pfluffy: Tutti Frutti by Pat Boone
Santino: Blood on the Dance Floor by Michael Jackson
Biggie G: Boyz in the Hood by Dynamite Hack
Iconoclast: Bad to the Bone by George Thorogood
WVR: Miracles by ICP
Mississippi Yankee: Fred Fucking Durst, that’s what. The name of the song does not even fucking matter, does it?