Still, radio is dependent on advertising and must be sensitive to what their benefactors care to support.
As well, owners of radio and other media may have their own views of what to disseminate, prompting concerns of bias, and subjectivity…
Some interracial songs may be offensive to at least some listeners. Other songs are not as offensive, but still might not be anything close to what you want.
That means turning up your swag for all the pretty ladies that’ll be out and about around town.Since the song was about this (“I dream in black and white”), it was controversial and not played all that much!At the time, though, before the Internet and all that, radio was a medium many citizens would depend on for their information.Period drama set in the 18th century about Dido Belle, the illegitimate daughter of a black former slave and a white British naval officer, who is raised by her wealthy great-uncle, but struggles to find her place in society.Here are some that come to mind: Black Chick, White Guy - Kid Rock Brown Sugar - The Rolling Stones Black or white - Michael jackson Don't Matter - Akon Ebony & Ivory - Paul Mc Cartney and Stevie Wonder Heartspark Dollarsign - Everclear I Believe - Blessid Union of Souls Long way to go - Gwen Stefani and André 3000Love Is Color-Blind - Sarah Connor Original Sin - INXSSociety's Child - Janis Ian The Queen And I - Gym Class Heroes The world is black, the world is white - Jungle Fever Un-Thinkable (I'm Ready) - Alicia Keys There probably aren't many songs about interracial relationships specifically, but many general love songs may be appropriate for the occasion. You certainly want to avoid songs by Johnny Rebel on the topic, since they are very racist.Head over to Ego Trip, embrace the diversity, and check it out.