How Black People In America Shaped Today's Country Music 

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From the Banjo to Mickey Guyton and Beyonce, here's how black people in America have helped shape country music to what it is today.
This video states that the banjo was created in Africa and brought over to the Americas with enslaved Africans. The banjo is actually an instrument created by enslaved people in the Americas which has heavily influenced by West African lutes.
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stesthetic Dag siden
Hun, country music wasn't just shaped by black people. They created country music.
jack paul
jack paul 6 dager siden
Country music is garbage
Cillian Browne
Cillian Browne 10 dager siden
Oh my God a buzz feed video... that was actually fact based and good I need to lie down
Gozienna Anamelechi
Gozienna Anamelechi 12 dager siden
When did Alana leave Food Insider?
netherlands 17 dager siden
Country made by Whites no cap
David Thomas
David Thomas 18 dager siden
A lot of artists were left out of this like Charlie pride Darius Rucker and many others
Andy Lee
Andy Lee 21 dag siden
According to folk legend Pete Seger the banjo originated from what is now Iraq. It then made its way via trade routes to other parts of Africa.
Faisal Al-Zubaidi
Faisal Al-Zubaidi 22 dager siden
alternative title: How African Americans shaped today’s country music
Jamie Smith
Jamie Smith 22 dager siden
KBLive7 22 dager siden
Im a simple guy, i see charlie pride- i click
shanice braxton vlogs
shanice braxton vlogs 24 dager siden
I love country music
Shadowcat107 24 dager siden
this was a interesting video. I read the title and clicked on the video. now I'm watching the video. next video I want to know how K Pop help people get very interesting in the Korean culture. I love K Pop.
Denise Hudgens
Denise Hudgens 24 dager siden
Yes, I absolutely love this content. The dislike ratio is PATHETIC but not surprising, because you hate hearing how influential black culture has been in American culture. Stay mad racists.
Mother MercuryDoesThings
Hold on im talking about rock music in this comment but how come we arent celebrating everyone in between like zanzabarian
Tobias J.A. Anderson
Tobias J.A. Anderson 25 dager siden
Ackchually everything comes from black pipo brought to you by BuzzFeed.
Tobias J.A. Anderson
Tobias J.A. Anderson 17 dager siden
@netherlands Not really a boast. The modern world kinda sucks.
netherlands 17 dager siden
We literally build modern world
jekanyika 21 dag siden
@Tobias J.A. Anderson Blimey
Tobias J.A. Anderson
Tobias J.A. Anderson 23 dager siden
@Denise Hudgens Leave it to a non-white to lack a sense of humor.
Denise Hudgens
Denise Hudgens 23 dager siden
@Tobias J.A. Anderson spoken like a true white supremacist. Taking what I say and completely twisting it around to fit your own anti-black narrative. Not impressed. What you say doesn't take from the fact that black people have made prolific contributions to society, whether or not you want to acknowledge it. Also, stop lying to yourself.
Tobias J.A. Anderson
Tobias J.A. Anderson 25 dager siden
We wuz country rockerz n shiiiiet.
Angela Madrid
Angela Madrid 25 dager siden
Here we go again haters stealing culture that’s not theirs. Please educate yourself before you sit there saying that country music came from white people & educate yourself on your own culture so you don’t feel the need to steal others. Every time I ask a person of European descendant they always say “I am white.” I had one person say “I am to lazy to look up my ancestry history.” So if you are a country singer please educate yourself about the history of country music & were it first started before you call anyone the N word.
MoochieJr 25 dager siden
Black Americans, stop calling yourselves "African." You're not.
MoochieJr 23 dager siden
@Automated Message Most black Americans can't even name the country their African ancestors came from. You say Africa, and for most they just picture the entire landmass as something like Wakanda and go, "I'm from there."
Automated Message
Automated Message 23 dager siden
what? nationality is American , heritage is African. Hence the term African American.
PoTaTo Q
PoTaTo Q 25 dager siden
It wasn't black people who shaped country music. It was white people.,.. BuzzFeed are jus racist idiots
Crazy Stuff
Crazy Stuff 26 dager siden
American banjos are actually a modern form of the Lute. A much older instrument than the so called African banjo.
Crazy Stuff
Crazy Stuff 26 dager siden
These guys can't stop pushing their afrocentric agendas. Also, country music mostly derives its sound from Christian hymns.
Arthur 22
Arthur 22 27 dager siden
Why do you separate blacks and whites. I believe every race should be treated equally.
Arthur 22
Arthur 22 27 dager siden
Stop bringing race into everything. The race of the famous country people doesn’t matter and I don’t understand why it’s bad that white people tend to be more popular country artists. Be better
jekanyika 21 dag siden
You don't seem to get it.
Terrestial Seven
Terrestial Seven 28 dager siden
What is also funny is that country singers emulate cowboys and cowboy culture but majority of cowboys during Wild Wild West were black and Mexican. This is why in many respects I never took country music seriously cause it never fully reflects real America.
piggybankvillan 28 dager siden
Did they really not mention the probably the most popular black country artist Darius Rucker? He has won a Grammy before both before and after transitioning into country music, and a lot of his stuff is pretty critically acclaimed. It's a shame other artists don't get recognition though, especially when clearly non-country artists like Florida Georgia Line are thought of as country.
Josefine LL
Josefine LL 28 dager siden
netherlands 17 dager siden
@Chees yes they want you to feel guilty for being White, dont let you brainwash✊🏻
Chees 22 dager siden
@Josefine LL Learn what? Leftist propaganda made to make me feel bad about my race?
Josefine LL
Josefine LL 22 dager siden
@Chees watch this video again and maybe you’ll learn someting :)
Chees 22 dager siden
Whites made country music😎
Chees 22 dager siden
Hanz LIVE 28 dager siden
Darryl mana ya?
NotoriusDrifter 28 dager siden
When I think of country music, I think of trash
Eric Gibbons
Eric Gibbons 28 dager siden
It started with African and Native American. There's a really good PBS special somewhere out there about the origins of rock and roll.
Eric Gibbons
Eric Gibbons 27 dager siden
@wolf masque see. The beginning was muli cultural.
wolf masque
wolf masque 28 dager siden
But also so-called "Scots-Irish". The fiddle and most of the lyrical structure was directly related to some specific songs which were from the Ulster Scots, who were in Ireland before coming to America. There were also Irish, indentured servants who had served their time but then married other ex-slaves. They were equal contributors, because they were not really equal to Whites, in some ways. That history is part of how this even happened. PEOPLE were more mixed back then, than most people seem to want to admit. But yes, Native Americans also need more recognition for their contributions, particularly in beat and rhythm. EDIT: I am only claiming Irish influence to COUNTRY, not Rock and Roll, which still seems to have been adopted by "country" Whites, much later.
FoxNewsChannelSux 28 dager siden
Y'all aint even mention the so called "father of country music" Jimmie Rodgers learned how to play country from his father's black workers on the farm
BionicleFuzzyMelon 29 dager siden
Darius Rucker for days 😍❤💕
Roots & Wings Boutique
Roots & Wings Boutique 29 dager siden
Charley Pride...was not even worth a mention? Shame on y'all.
Ludvig Dahlberg
Ludvig Dahlberg 29 dager siden
The banjo sure came from africa but black people didnt play it like white people. White People picked it up and played it their own Way...
Crazy Stuff
Crazy Stuff 26 dager siden
Don't believe them about the Banjo. Banjos are a modern form of the Lute.
Bliz Playz
Bliz Playz 29 dager siden
S!ve ?
S!ve ? 29 dager siden
Black Americans have made such an enormous impact on all the world’s music Y’all honestly amazing
netherlands 17 dager siden
Only rap?
Chees 22 dager siden
No they didnt. They only make and listen to rap all day.
Terrestial Seven
Terrestial Seven 28 dager siden
Yes, that is why if people realize this and not be caught up in the negative, the world will move better.
Alexandra Miles-Lasseter
Kind of surprised not to see Darius Rucker mentioned.
1337 29 dager siden
dynamic duo
dynamic duo 29 dager siden
Yall think lil x is county singer?
Cillian Browne
Cillian Browne 10 dager siden
No not really more like country pop not really country more just made a song that would fit well into the meme culture
Soft Drink
Soft Drink 29 dager siden
Bet nobody knew Jesus was actually black.
Chees 22 dager siden
No he wasnt, stop lying to yourself, he was from Palestine (todays Israel) and over there was a majority white population unlike today so he is caucasian.
Imelda Samford
Imelda Samford 29 dager siden
Darius Rucker! Anywho... just get Willie Nelson to endorse it, it'll sell.
2277fallout 29 dager siden
What biased garbage. This is why no one should watch buzzfeed.
Kenzie Montgomery
Kenzie Montgomery 22 dager siden
@Chees this video is history on music and a musical instrument
Chees 22 dager siden
@Kenzie Montgomery What history? Made up history of ni
Squan Tosh
Squan Tosh 29 dager siden
@2277fallout Don't do it sir. Don't spoil this black history wet dream with some reasoned argument. It can't even be 'How black people HELPED shape country music.' It's just 'shaped' it. Ridiculous. Like most of the comments on here.
2277fallout 29 dager siden
@Kenzie Montgomery Yeah, it's history but presented in a biased way. This video is the equivalent of me making a video about how white people invented the guitar, so they're the sole contributors to blues and rock music.
Kenzie Montgomery
Kenzie Montgomery 29 dager siden
Its literally history. Educate yourself
Shady Tyrell
Shady Tyrell 29 dager siden
I don’t know why any black person today would even want to have white country fans. The amount of racism is not even worth it.
tatsu masa
tatsu masa 29 dager siden
Rock and Roll was also originally black music until Michael J Fox stole it in Back to the Future.
MAESTRO VIDEO 29 dager siden
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E PL 29 dager siden
Awesome, everyone should watch the Documentary Louie Bluie - Director Terry Zwigoff.
rhijulbec1 Måned siden
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Sergent Brocoli
Sergent Brocoli Måned siden
My just know old Town road🤣😭
Grace Kellman
Grace Kellman Måned siden
Good info but the script is really poorly written
AriDanya Måned siden
Ummm black people created country music 😭
Life Is Good
Life Is Good Måned siden
Indians shaped medicine
james marshall
james marshall Måned siden
Its blues brah
miles angelo
miles angelo Måned siden
wow, this is the first buzzfeed video I've seen in a while that was actually super interesting and informative. I'd love to see more content like this!
jellow242 29 dager siden
Jac-Jac Davis
Jac-Jac Davis Måned siden
We made country black people same with rock
Murder The Internet
Murder The Internet Måned siden
HOW DO YOU EVEN DO A STORY ON BLACK COUNTRY MUSIC AND FORGET CHARLIE PRIDE? That's like like forgetting about the importance of MLK during the 1960's
mohan jairam
mohan jairam Måned siden
Tf is this video
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Icey Anderson
Icey Anderson Måned siden
Lauchlan Still
Lauchlan Still Måned siden
It’s buzzfeed I expect a good portion of dislikes
Tajari Ponyshmirtz
Tajari Ponyshmirtz Måned siden
Music is Black
Squan Tosh
Squan Tosh 29 dager siden
Opera, orchestras, etc aren't even slightly. There wasn't one of 'the great composers' that was black. White Europeans were creating masterpieces in orchestral music and great halls while other countries were still banging sticks together, often in mud huts. An unfortunate truth. Just because black people stepped in right at the very end and plucked a guitar, etc doesn't make music black. It's everyone's.
Craig Merkey
Craig Merkey Måned siden
Awesome... when it is real and authentic it gets attention!
MsLala1112 Måned siden
Notice how every crossover song had a white country singer to perform with them smh as if to make white audiences to feel more comfortable...it’s disturbing
Denis Måned siden
Really good informative video that sheds a light and gives attention to a overlooked issue!
Solar Lucky
Solar Lucky Måned siden
Ooooo I know them racists mfs mad at this one😂
Chees 22 dager siden
Its false, of course it will make people disgruntled. And make whites hate each other more.
drawwing Måned siden
interesting video. I found it a little insulting that Charley Pride was not mentioned at all. I don't really like where Country has gone since the 80s-90s. I much prefer the 50s and 60s Country Music. New-ish African American artist Tony Jackson is doing amazing traditional stuff. But no one talks about him outside of RFD-TV. Modern Country has gone so far away from it's roots that If you stick a little Rap or Pop sounds into it, it really isn't country music. Modern Country is barely country to begin with. But if an artist like Beyonce did a Patsy Cline or Loretta Lynn style song, It would indisputably be a country song. In my opinion Country music needs these things to be country.: Fiddle, Good Story telling, lap-Steal Guitar. The twang in a the voice is not necessary , its just a gimmick from the 90s. The accent that we hear in Loretta Lynn's or Merle Haggard's voice is natural. So if an Artist really sounds like that, GREAT! But no need to fake it. It is True African Americans Created the roots of Country Music, I would love for them to come back and fix it. :)
Amb3rLuv 28 dager siden
@drawwing give it a listen if you want because I'm curious what you think of it!
drawwing 28 dager siden
@Amb3rLuv no i didn't. But the video mentioned it as an example. I stand by my statement, "Country ain't Country no more" I like classic Country for the same reasons I like 80s and 90s Rap, the songs tell stories of a person's personal experience. When Country went fake, it went downhill fast. Country is the music of the working man (or woman). Gansta Rap was stories from the streets. Both are genuine American Art forms. It might be time for the modern artists to get back to their roots and tell stories that are true to their own experiences. 2020 has sure given us enough heartache to write some quality music.
Amb3rLuv 29 dager siden
Beyonce's "Daddy Lessons" wasn't country enough for you? Did you listen to it?
AJ- 47
AJ- 47 Måned siden
Israel brought the banjo here?! The Israelites are truly the salt of the earth 🙏🏾🙏🏾 Deuteronomy 28
colleen Daniels
colleen Daniels Måned siden
I actually think that PEOPLE shaped music no colour just PEOPLE
Amb3rLuv 29 dager siden
@colleen Daniels it means exactly what I said.
colleen Daniels
colleen Daniels 29 dager siden
@Amb3rLuv and that means what?
Amb3rLuv 29 dager siden
@2277fallout you're commenting under a video that is specifically about black people and country music 🤔
2277fallout 29 dager siden
@Amb3rLuv Don't engage in the erasure of White contributions.
Amb3rLuv 29 dager siden
Don't engage in the erasure of Black contributions!
друг Måned siden
Title should be 'helped' just like how 'white' artists helped shape the culture.
Chees 22 dager siden
@Kia’s Life “created” PFFFF HAHAHAHAHAH
друг 29 dager siden
@Kia’s Life Well then that's just factually wrong.
Kia’s Life
Kia’s Life 29 dager siden
No it actually should be “created” 👍🏾
DJSE Måned siden
Seeing that you could think that it's because this music is from a different time where the mind were different and racism was a "normal" thing, even approved by laws, but black music being seeing as a white thing is still here with newer sound. Like rock, or even techno and house, and at some point even jazz. Hip hop is kind of one of the last popular thing that still is considered as black music, but who know, it could change in few years, as there are more and more white artist charting in that genre. Music (and everything in general) shouldn't be about skin color, but as we living in a world where color can be a challenge for those who are born with a darker skin, then credits should be given correctly, and real music history should be teach instead of that euro-centric music theory that kids learn in school. But for that, lots of minds need to change, and that takes a long time over multiple generation.
Yummy Food Secrets
Yummy Food Secrets Måned siden
Jack Banks
Jack Banks Måned siden
How asain people made rock and roll
Vani Jay
Vani Jay Måned siden
*There should be a new rule on NOsections. If you dislike a video, you have to say why in the comment section*
Squan Tosh
Squan Tosh 29 dager siden
@2277fallout 100% It's a modern illness - 'Explain why you dislike something relating to black people!'
2277fallout 29 dager siden
Because it's a completely one sided video acting like blacks invented the entire genre instead of just saying how it influenced it's creation. You're just doing the exact same thing as White people who act like black people had no impact on country music or it's creation. In short, the video is just biased garbage.
E Andrews
E Andrews Måned siden
Not one mention of Charlie pride!? 🤨
Wren Måned siden
Learning the history of the banjo blew my mind. It’s the stereotypical “white person” instrument, yet it came from Africans and African Americans. Would highly recommend Rhiannon Giddens to anyone looking for modern Black Country artists
Garrett Carrico
Garrett Carrico 14 dager siden
@DeaconFlash I think you’re confused. Why would I listen to music I don’t like? All of the artists I mentioned make great music regardless of their skin color. They just happen to represent older eras of music in a contemporary fashion. I enjoy lots of different styles and genres and some of the artists just happen to be black. The Native Daughters project is made up of four younger women who are of color exploring their ancestorial roots through music.... and it’s great. It’s important to understand where you come from otherwise how are you going to know where you’re going? You’re the one that’s making this about race. Come back when you have something intelligent to bring to the conversation otherwise we are done here.
DeaconFlash 14 dager siden
@Garrett Carrico listen to music you like because it's good not because of who's making it.
Garrett Carrico
Garrett Carrico 14 dager siden
@DeaconFlash ?
DeaconFlash 14 dager siden
@Garrett Carrico XD
Garrett Carrico
Garrett Carrico 14 dager siden
@DeaconFlash More like artists that are carrying the torch of African and Americana roots. HUGE DIFFERENCE 🙄
Davida Rose
Davida Rose Måned siden
More like CREATED country music
Japonesa Måned siden
Thank the Marlboro man.... 😑
Justin Ramel
Justin Ramel Måned siden
We are literally the roots of most musical genres. 🤷🏽‍♂️ This country would be nothing without the influence of black people.
Random Name idk
Random Name idk Måned siden
Same thing with white people
drawwing Måned siden
100 percent!
James Matthew
James Matthew Måned siden
""whoever is reading this, God bless you and your family""
Trace McG
Trace McG Måned siden
she didn't mention Charley Pride. i used to love him back in the 60s & 70s.
drawwing 28 dager siden
@first name last name Pride is probably one the top 10 Country Singers of all time. He needs a biopic movie! His stories have been told many times in interviews and documentarys. But he deserves the "Walk the Line" Treatment.
Billy Sou
Billy Sou 29 dager siden
Was about to say that.
first name last name
That's the first Black country music singer I thought of when I read the title. Remember him as a child growing up in the '70s, my late aunt used to have his album.
Doggieworld3 Måned siden
Watch/listen to Dolly, Linda Rondstrat, glen campbell, Marty robins, etc. just go back and check out the foundation and evolution, Old Town Road is a silly excuse for country genre.
Shakira Dean
Shakira Dean Måned siden
Greendro Tha Bro
Greendro Tha Bro Måned siden
Oh yeah it Black History Month that's why they are talking about this I already knew about this topic its true the blues influence changed the landscape of country music as we know today.
a J
a J Måned siden
now African Americans never had a “ country” sound because they weren’t born and aren’t ancestors of the white country dudes. Country has a sound specifically a southern/ white sound and that’s not bad blues and jazz requires more brains than country anyways so who the hell cares?
Amb3rLuv 29 dager siden
I say this with all disrespect, you're a dodo ☺️
Spice Gyal Lili
Spice Gyal Lili Måned siden
They don’t have to be ancestors of white country dudes to have a country sound. They were right there with them, picking their cotton and learning to speak english just like them. They are as country as anybody else. Country is not white. Country is southern. Both blacks and whites were in the south. Why do you think the modern Ebonics accent and the Southern accent sound so similar?
Carlos Munoz
Carlos Munoz Måned siden
Country music comes from Mexico
Cillian Browne
Cillian Browne 10 dager siden
@Carlos Munoz alright can you link proof it would be interesting to read up on
Carlos Munoz
Carlos Munoz 10 dager siden
@Cillian Browne nope wrong. Just like cowboys. That came from Mexico as well
Cillian Browne
Cillian Browne 10 dager siden
It comes from many different places because music helps connect everyone and a whole genre of music will come from many places
Arthur Morgan
Arthur Morgan Måned siden
There goes the neighborhood
sky shae
sky shae Måned siden
Why didn’t I learn this in school? I swear the school system is white washed 😒 oh and since those statues are taken down and all we need to change the history books those books are just lies well some of them. Happy black History Month.
Chees 22 dager siden
“Black history month” PFFFFFFFF HAHAHHAHA WHAT HISTORY??????
Dale Darcy
Dale Darcy 29 dager siden
I don’t think anybody learned about country music in school.
Crispiest crouton
Crispiest crouton Måned siden
I really and truly hope this is satire
PedritoElMaldito Måned siden
Not at all a fan of buzzfeed but this was pretty well done and hopefully will garner some attention to some serious issues plaguing one of my favorite genres
Evon Williams
Evon Williams Måned siden
Thank you for sharing
ukfinest123 Måned siden
Lots of Trump Proud Boys supporter dislikes
Miles Hall
Miles Hall Måned siden
Now do rock and roll
Onizen Måned siden
It's cool. Country music sounds the same today anyway. We're fine without it lol
Dale Darcy
Dale Darcy 29 dager siden
Then you’ve been listening to the wrong country. Country is having a massive indie revival and some of those artists are beginning to sell out full stadiums.
marie g
marie g Måned siden
not a fan of country but this is interesting
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Those who disliked this don’t know how to be human
LeoDaGoat 28 dager siden
@Cole Warnick anything is "race baiting" when it involves people of color to racists
Bean 29 dager siden
@Cole Warnick definitely more so than usual, as I said less than others.
Cole Warnick
Cole Warnick 29 dager siden
@Bean this isn’t race baiting. Just talking about black history mate.
Amb3rLuv 29 dager siden
@Alexandria Ocasio Smollet shame.
Amb3rLuv 29 dager siden
@Bean this is history. I guess you either don't understand or you hate history.
Gaurav Dhingra
Gaurav Dhingra Måned siden
Such a racist video to offend Whites and Browns!
Kasey E
Kasey E Måned siden
The United States of America ✨
Jacob kyle
Jacob kyle Måned siden
Thanks for the story
dragonlover3 Måned siden
Great job
Kareem Press
Kareem Press Måned siden
Black musicians shaped everything. Without blues/jazz music we wouldn’t have country or rock and roll, not even pop, maybe any type of good music
Squan Tosh
Squan Tosh 29 dager siden
@Kareem Press Exactly. All the notes and all the music theory sorted out long before country music. Orchestral masterpieces being created in great halls long before people started strumming three basic chords on a banjo and claiming they invented something and in an era when Africans were still banging sticks together and singing in mud huts. That's why I say 'helped' shape everything - which they did, MASSIVELY. But let's get some perspective. All the hard work was done long before blues, jazz and country music. And as for the major inventions - that's not even debatable. Black people have next to no contributions to that. But, yeah. They shaped everything. As in 'use something well that someone else invented.'
Kareem Press
Kareem Press 29 dager siden
@Squan Tosh Vivaldi= classical? But okay
Squan Tosh
Squan Tosh 29 dager siden
Black people 'helped' shape modern music. Truth is, the hard work was already done loooooong before they got involved. Vivaldi anyone? Also, all the main inventions used in modern music (electricity, microphones, amplifiers, computers, drum machines, etc, etc,) had nothing to do with black people.
2277fallout 29 dager siden
@a J Bluegrass was invented in the 1920s by white musicians. They meant old time, they couldn't even get the genre right in the video.
Victor Bergman
Victor Bergman 29 dager siden
@Kareem Press why does it matter?
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