Brian McKnight: Black people invented country music

Brian McKnight

There's been a lot of argument lately about bro-country, pop country, and whether Billy Ray Cyrus ever smiles. 

Okay, that last one is probably just me

But what about the fact that very few African American's see country music as a viable option for them? 

R&B artist Brian McKnight recently chatted with Broadway and gave his theory as to why there aren't more black country singers out there. 

Check it out below or here if that doesn't work

He also talked about his buds, Rascal Flatts and their lip-syncing scandal.

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