I know you’re thinking, “What does this have to do with Black women’s poetry and songs?” I believe in being true to the tagline (^under the header), but I’m going to mix it up. I want to “curate” or “filter” information that followers and subscribers can dig. I’ll try to maintain a Black female artist lens on it when I can.
El Debarge speaks about comparisons to his deceased brother Bobby Debarge.
“I didn’t want to come off like I was sounding like Bobby. But actually, I was intimidated by Bobby, to tell you the truth. Bobby was such, he was so perfect, every time he opened his mouth. You know I was a perfectionist, but he was perfect…He never could flaw when he sang.”So for those who fell in love with
Jara this is for you.
Watch the interview after the jump.