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Topic - Coco Jones
One of the premier music festivals celebrating black culture and music is branching out, extending its footprint in its 18th year to embrace the next generation of artists while still trumpeting industry veterans such as Aretha Franklin.
Coco said she's grateful for the new youth-focused day and the opportunity to learn from veterans in an industry that can be a lot like a game of Chutes and Ladders: "You can shoot up to the top or in a minute have a pitfall and slide right down to the bottom.