One episode was never going to be enough… the Snobs are back to present part two of A Brief History of Black Music — by White Artists. In this final installment, the crew turn their sights on legendary pop acts, unsung heroes, and Hip-Hop profiteers. From London to Memphis to New York, TMS travel the world to accuse the fakes and bear witness to the real, questioning which white artists have genuinely contributed to Black Music, and which are temporary tourists. The episode continues the theme with a roundtable that asks: What is the greatest crossover song of all time, which still retained its authenticity to the sound or style it came from? In an episode focusing on honor and honesty, The Music Snobs give you answers that are unrelenting, at times ruthless, but always suitably snobbish.
STRANGE LOVE: Black Narcissus
So it’s 1947 and… something’s in the air. Written and directed by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, Black Narcissus outwardly uses breathtaking sets and cinematography