In honor of International Women’s Day, USC’s Annenberg Inclusion Initiative has released a study on women in recorded music. It reveals that women have not made significant gains in popular recorded music, while underrepresented racial or ethnic groups overall have seen a steady increase on the Billboard charts.
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New Study Reveals “No Meaningful Change” For Women in Recorded Music | Billboard News