Most famous black musicians are from South and Central America, which make up some 20% of the world’s population.
Many of them are also musicians, but they have also performed in South and Southeast Asia and in the United States.
Here’s a look at some of the top-rated musicians from these regions.
Bob Marley: Bob Marly is one of the most well-known figures in black music, having released more than 70 albums, as well as a number of hits.
Marley, Jr. Bob Marley and his brother Marley are known for their distinctive singing style and their love of playing music in their backyard.
The Marleys, Jr.: Marley’s father, Marley Jr., also played in the band The Marley Family, which has been playing for decades.
Marlin, Jr: Marlin Johnson, Jr., who is known as the “Marlin King” and also a member of The Marlins, is one half of The Jam and a member in the Marlings group The Jam, which performs in the U.S. 5.
Black Panther: The Black Panther Party is an international group of political activists who advocate for black civil rights, and it’s one of those groups that’s always gotten a lot of attention.
Willie Nelson: Willie Nelson, who is best known for his work with the Rolling Stones, is known for playing with The Black Panthers and for having played in many other bands, including The Black Crowes and The Who.
Black Sabbath: Sabbath is one the most popular bands in rock and roll history, with over 2.5 million albums sold.
King Tubby: King Tubb is one one of several members of The Black Sabbath, and the singer of the band, who was born on January 9, 1954.
The Who: The Who’s iconic “Singing in the Rain” has become one of rock’s most recognizable songs.
The Black Eyed Peas: The Peas are one of two major black groups, and a major influence on the genre.
They are a quintet with members James Taylor and Stevie Ray Vaughan, and they have sold over 20 million albums.
Stevie Wonder: The legendary Stevie was born in New Jersey and grew up in Memphis, Tennessee.
His music has influenced musicians including Michael Jackson, Paul McCartney, Queen, The Rolling Stones and many others.
RZA: The rapper has also made a name for himself as a producer of the Wu-Tang Clan, and he’s one the few black musicians to perform in more than 100 concerts worldwide.
Black Panthers: The Panthers, also known as Black Liberation Front, were a revolutionary Black civil rights organization that fought the death penalty, police brutality and discrimination.
Bob Dylan: Dylan is known to be an avid collector of art and memorabilia, and his collection includes some of his most famous albums.
Dylan also plays in the Black Crow, who has performed with him on numerous occasions.
Stevy, The King: Stevie, the King is the frontman for the rock band The Beatles.
He is also known for being the subject of many songs in the Beatles catalog.
The Beatles: The Beatles have been one of pop culture’s most successful bands since their inception in 1960.
They have sold more than 10 million albums worldwide.
The Ramones: The Ramons are one half and lead guitarist of the Ramones, which is one-half of The Ramone Family, one of a number who play in The Ramoning Group, which also includes the band Bon Iver, which releases a record every two weeks.
The Band: The Band is one big rock band that includes members Bon Ivers, Pete Townshend, John Lennon, Ringo Starr and John Mayer.
King of Queens: The King of New York is known throughout the world for his political activism, which includes his work as a civil rights activist and the first black mayor of New Orleans.
The Roots: The Roots were one of hip-hop’s most prominent and successful acts, with a catalog of hits that includes songs such as “Black America” and “Dope.”
Tupac Shakur: Tupac, the Black Panther, is the leader of the Black Liberation Movement and one of its most famous leaders.
Rapper: Rapper Rick Ross has also released many albums, including one that has been compared to Tupac.
Eminem: Eminem is one a rap artist who has achieved success throughout his career.
He has released some of rap’s most popular albums including “Lose Yourself” and the album “In My Place.”
The Beach Boys: The Beach boys, who formed in 1966, have been an influential musical force for over 50 years. Their