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Roddy Ricch, 21 Savage, Jhené Aiko to Perform in iHeartRadio Black History Month Special

.@RoddyRicch, @21Savage, @JheneAiko to Perform in @iHeartRadio Black History Month Special

1/27/2021 3:55:00 PM

.RoddyRicch, 21Savage, JheneAiko to Perform in iHeartRadio Black History Month Special

Roddy Ricch, 21 Savage, Jhené Aiko and Kirk Franklin will perform in “iHeartRadio’s Living Black!,” a special spotlighting the power of Black culture throughout Black History Month in February. The…

iHeartMedia’s unparalleled reach to help shape these conversations and celebrate Black culture at scale – reaching hundreds of millions of listeners on iHeartMedia stations across all of our formats.”According to the announcement, “iHeartRadio’s Living Black!” will feature conversations that educate, inspire and celebrate the Black experience through a mix of custom tributes from artists and listeners across the nation. Throughout February, today’s biggest artists from Country, Pop, Rock and more will honor the impact and influence that Black people and Black culture has had on their lives and community; 

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iHeartMedia national and on-air personalities including The Breakfast Club – Charlamagne Tha God, Angela Yee and DJ Envy, Steve Harvey and Big Boy will honor trailblazers, modern history makers and future change-makers of Black culture.Partners of this year’s “

iHeartRadio’s Living Black!” include Facebook Groups and Rémy Martin,  Read more: Variety »

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iHeartRadio RoddyRicch 21savage JheneAiko iHeartRadio couldn't add any African artist.. aren't they black too? It's bad enough they're not recognized on the main stage now they're not even recognized amongst black people..so disappointing Wizkid didn't drop such a good album to treated this badly

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