Throwback: Black History Month: Donna Summer

Today is the fourth day of Black History Month. Over the course of the month, I’ll spend some time paying tribute to Black artists across a wide and diverse array of genres and styles. My hope is that these posts should serve as an important reminder that the Black experience is the American experience, that Black culture is American culture — and importantly, Black lives and Black art matter. You can’t love Black art and Black artists without giving a shit about Black people. 

This month won’t be a comprehensive study of Black music. It’ll be more idiosyncratic because — well, JOVM after all. Now, if you’ve been following this site, you may recall that so far I’ve paid tribute to:

So I have to continue with the legendary Queen of Disco, Donna Summer. Donna is behind some of the greatest dance songs ever recorded — and god, that voice. We tragically lost her a decade ago but she still deserves her flowers.