Rap Wynton Marsalis: Rap more damaging than statue of Confederate leader written by Jacquet00G May 22, 2018 Jazz legend Wynton Marsalis took the gloves off in an interview with the Washington Post when he criticized rap music saying often-misogynistic lyrics … Read more here: Wynton Marsalis: Rap more damaging than statue of Confederate leader Related PostsWynton Marsalis: Rap is More Damaging to Black People Than Confederate StatuesIs Hip Hop more damaging than Confederate statues?Jazz Musician Wynton Marsalis Argues Hip-Hop Is 'More Damaging Than a Statue of Robert E. Lee'Wynton Marsalis Says Rap Is “More Damaging Than A Statue Of Robert E. Lee”Jazz Legend: Scorches Rap Culture, Says Worse for Blacks Than Confed. StatuesJazz Legend: Scorches Rap Culture, Says Worse for Blacks Than Confed. Statues Wynton Marsalis: Rap more damaging than statue of Confederate leader was last modified: May 22nd, 2018 by Jacquet00G glovesgloves-offinterview-withrap-rap-musicsaying-often-misogynistictook-thetook-the-gloveswyntonwynton-marsalis 0 comment 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Jacquet00G previous post Is Larry Moneta the Rosa Parks of decency? next post How Mike D’Antoni embraced the iso, and why he won’t stop now You may also like The complicated mix of racism and envy... July 22, 2018 Xavier Wulf Dodges Romance on New Song... May 22, 2018 Belly and The Weeknd Join Forces for... May 24, 2018 Sharice Bradford Defender Contributing Writer June 6, 2018 Kendrick Lamar Wins 6 Early Billboard Music... May 21, 2018 After This Is America, the BBC's timing... May 13, 2018 This Insightful YouTube Video Explores the Impact... May 6, 2018 Rapper nobigdyl. and the Rising Career That... June 14, 2018 'That Strong': Andrew French classes make music... May 1, 2018 Para Fiction gets the punk and hip-hop... June 5, 2018 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.