From DAILY MAIL:
The Ancients were entranced and bound by the song of a being with the head of a beautiful woman and the body of a bird. Marcellas Reynolds is entranced by rather less unusual but possibly just as mythical beings.
In the third of his celebratory series on ‘Iconic Black Women,’ Reynolds tracks through the evolution of Black female performers and the music industry they inhabit.
From Ella Fitzgerald, Aretha Franklin, and The Pointer Sisters to Whitney Houston, Tina Turner, and Rihanna, this almost exhaustive collection of pictures, interviews, and accolades is enough to enchant you in its own right.
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