The Rolling Stone Magazine’s Top 200 Best Singers list has been updated and it has caused drama online due to its ranking or complete omission of certain artists. Brooklyn Tea Talk discusses mainstream media’s hypocrisy when it comes to reviews and biases in terms of inclusion of extracurricular activities that may or may not be accurate when analyzing the work of legendary artists.
In this video, Brooklyn talks about how Canadian songstresses Celine Dion and Deborah Cox were omitted from the conversation. Her biggest gripe was the number 86 ranking of Michael Jackson in comparison to Elvis Presley at number 17. She believes some bias and racism in associated when rating the two kings of music.
Aretha Franklin gets the top spot and we take a look at some of her biggest moments in her prime. Whitney Houston followed her on the list at the number two spot. A throwback with Whitney Houston with her mother Cissy Houston sees the mother throw shade at the King Of Pop’s sister and more.