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Life in the Pop Lane

Antigay lyrics become a black-and-white issue

By Renee Graham
Globe Staff / October 5, 2004

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Is there an element of racism driving protests against some reggae artists? For much of the year, several prominent reggae artists have been rightfully excoriated for homophobic lyrics in some of their songs. Capleton, who last month performed at Boston's Reggae Harborfest without incident, has had October performances canceled at House of Blues locations in West Hollywood and New Orleans. ... (Full Article: 717 Words)

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