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“Why is acapella a boy thing? Why not girl thing?” – Sameh Soueif, Cofounder of Moshpit, 2006
I am a music nerd. I’m the type who loves calling people out on their bullshit, watching the YouTube videos of people singing horribly and listening to music because, actually, it’s the greatest thing on earth. When I was younger, I used to tell myself I was “so different” because I “listen to rap” and “love r” and I had a “silly obsession with pop music.” I quickly learned that, no matter how much I tried, I couldn’t seem to escape the fact that I was just like every other person who loved music, really. I’m also the type who writes song lyrics for the fun of it.
I didn’t really think much about the fact that I listen to rap music, watch r&b videos and am totally into Rihanna until I first heard about the acapella phenomenon. I knew that rappers were all “stars” and “princes of the industry” and had “cars and cute girlfriends,” but I didn’t realize that there were actually more people in the world who could sing than could dance. I don’t know if I was naïve, but I believed that artists had to be one or the other – either they had a stage personality and a dance routine or they had a voice and either spoke their lyrics or they had a bunch of backup dancers and a microphone. When I saw videos of girls and women singing and dancing on stage, I wasn’t aware that there were people who could do the former and they did the latter and, because they did both, they were just as entitled to an audience as anyone else. I started noticing that even some of my favorite bands started producing an acapella version of their songs and, when I learned that a band called “boyfriend” did this thing called “cover acapella,” I thought that it was simply the height of genius and that I’d never be able to pull this off because I am genetically incapable of singing and dancing simultaneously. When I found out that the “boyfriend” actually had a female lead singer, I was so excited. I’m not the type of person who can say that she’s always been involved in any sort of “social justice” movement – to be honest, I’ve only ever taken part in very isolated instances of protesting the “sexism of the music industry” – but I figured that this would be the perfect opportunity to put some of my new-found talents to the test.
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