Danyel Smith

music journalist, author of “Shine Bright: a Very Personal History of Black Women in Pop” and host of “Black Girl Songbook”

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Danyel Smith’s newest book is “Shine Bright: A Very Personal History of Black Women in Pop.”

Music journalist Danyel Smith on making sure Black female pop artists get their due

Danyel Smith’s newest book is “Shine Bright: A Very Personal History of Black Women in Pop.”

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Danyel Smith is the author of “Shine Bright: a Very Personal History of Black Women in Pop” and hosts the podcast “Black Girl Songbook.”

The Treat: Music journalist Danyel Smith on the Midnight Star album that should have been a bigger deal

Danyel Smith is the author of “Shine Bright: a Very Personal History of Black Women in Pop” and hosts the podcast “Black Girl Songbook.”

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