What The Masked Singer Reveals About Race and Voice

Recognizing Stereotypes While Trying to Overcome Them

Most of us have at some point been shocked to discover that a singer we thought was of one ethnicity was actually of another. This article isn’t as much about the shock as it is about the fact that most of us have done this.

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