Friday, September 18, 2020

Mickey Gutyon Makes History


Country music singer Mickey Guyton makes history as the first Black woman to perform at the American Country Music Awards...






32 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well if that lil sugary sweet gay boy can do Country music and be accepted so can she.
Go girl!

Anonymous said...

I never heard of her before.
Country folks have shut Blacks out of this genre of music, that we started and they stole from us. They may let one black in every ten years.

dro said...

not as bad as megan thee stallion

Anonymous said...

@11:44 He wasnt excepted until he did a remix with Billy Ray Cyrus. That put him in the loop. Country music radio would not play his song until the remix.

Anonymous said...

accepted; you're welcome.

Anonymous said...

Good for her however it happened or why! BLACK GIRL MAGIC!!!

ms mac said...

Black people invented Country, Blues, Rock & Roll, Jazz, Rap, Hip Hop, R&B, Soul, Funk, and had our hands in popularizing and artistically improving almost every other genre of music we got our hands on. The fact that White people think they own Country music and believe they can control which Black person can be recognized for making that kind of music is a joke. But good for this lady for trying to break into her own house. I guess it's a start. Now wake me when Black culture begins to disallow all manners of White people culturally appropriating damn near everything we create.

Anonymous said...

11:59 not as bad as your mother..if u even know her

NiyabinghiWerewolfObeahWoman said...

Never heard of her, but beautiful voice. Is she pregnant? is that Keith Urban?

ms mac said...

Also, I'm pretty sick of hearing about a "first Black" person to achieve anything in America. We've been in this country for how many centuries now, and we're supposed to get excited about someone being the first BLACK something ... in America??? That's straight up ridiculous to me. But I'm sure for some people anything (scraps) is better than nothing. So Kudos for anyone Black to be allowed to be acknowledged, and for an allowance to exist as a 'first' in an all White America.

Anon said...

11:52

Charlie Pride, Darius Rucker, etc.

Country music has always had blacks.

Felicia said...

Didn’t Beyonce perform with the Dixie Chicks on there?

OMG
HEADING to ITunes to download .

Anonymous said...

^^^ Yea we have been making all kinds of music, but we dont get the recognition and you could only mention two black country singers that were let in. We dont get to sing at the Grand ole Opera and they want play us on, Country radio. We are not allowed to make a multi-million dollar living off of Country music like yt's.

R in NYC said...

Beautiful song. Too bad she had to sing to an empty auditorium. Damn coronavirus.

Felicia said...

Yet we still believe we’re free.
But YT sure is allowed to infiltrate every aspect of music even when they do not have the talent..

Anonymous said...

BLACK HAIR DOES NOT LOOK LIKE THIS.....

CUT IT OUT!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

^^It's a wig sweetie, relax.

Anonymous said...

Some of you mo-fos will be mad no matter what. That angry black folks disease ain't cute for every damn situation in the world. This woman is happy with her success; heaven forbid you miserable bitches be happy with her cause you can't get your own life together. To the idiot talking about her hair, do you say this in every Cardi, Beyakki, Nikki, Stallion, and other black chicks wearing wigs and weaves post? Save your keystrokes cause I'm out this post. CONGRATS BEAUTIFUL STRONG BLACK WOMAN FOR YOUR SUCCESS. I KNOW IT'S HARD WHEN YOUR OWN PEOPLE CAN'T BE HAPPY FOR YOU.

Anonymous said...

@ms Mac- I agree 100% with both posts. Black people need to take back rock, country, jazz, and everything else that's ours. The Hispanics get to keep salsa, reggaeton, and mambo music. The West Indians get to keep reggae and dance hall. So why can't African Americans keep ours???? White people think they still own us like their massa ancestors.

@1:50 You know these bitter ass niggas stay dogging black women who ain't Rihanna or Cardi B.

Congrats to this lady. Black pioneered country music and white folks will DEAL!

Anonymous said...

@12:56pm
The Pointer sisters have performed at the
grand ole Opera. The last time I checked the Pointer sisters were still black women.

Anonymous said...

She can't sing tho. And trying her best to look white. I guess

Anonymous said...

@3:28 singing one country song, one time, is not a career in the country genre. The magic work is career. PS were not strictly a country group.

Anonymous said...

^^^word

Anonymous said...

Queen!!!!

Anonymous said...

@3:54pm
The Pointer sister didn't need a country singing career. Oh, I that right you're the blog know-it-all. So you think.

Anonymous said...

No, you think you know what your talking about. This not about the PS having a country song or career. Your missing the big picture. Its about Black ppl giving the chance to be country artist.

Anonymous said...

@1:50 AND ANYBODY ELSE.


I DONT CARE WHO THEY ARE.

BLACK BEAUTY IS NOT A DEAD WHITE, ASIAN, OR INDIAN WOMAN HAIR ON YOUR HEAD.

CUT THE DEAD HAIR HATS OUT!!!!!!!

P.S. HAIR CARRYS SPIRITS

Anonymous said...

@5:o6pm
I do see the big picture. You haven't made in amerikka until you can get the validation and standing ovations from a bunch of red neck krackers. You know that those krackers will never let this black woman compete fairly with their white country girls.
The Pointers sisters have been in the game for over 40 years without having to go country music. Those krackers will never let Mickey out shine those white girls, so I doubt she'll have a long successful career in country music.

Anonymous said...

^^^Maye she will, maybe she want. I wish her the best. Staying positive, for her success, is how I choose to celebrate her achievement.

Yes, I'm That Leah said...

She was nervous...wow. She's probably sung this a thousand times and nerves took over. :(

Anonymous said...

Beyonce performed with the Dixie Chicks on the 2016 CMAs

Anonymous said...

Beyakki was a prop. Not a real country artist singing on that stage.

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