>tfw people think Alessia Caracciolo ("Alessia Cara") is black because she's tan, has curly hair, and a good voice
>see black people complaining online and saying "she's only getting popular because she's light-skinned"
did she get her name from oblivion?
lel, first thing I thought too
I thought it was pretty self-explanatory
There's a girl named Alessia Cara who's becoming popular. She's Italian as fuck. People on the internet think she's black and try to turn her rising fame into a racial issue.
I was trying to make a comment about it, but then i realiced that arguing about race is not just pointless but also stupid
>still blamming people for their skin color
btw i've nevere heard of her, any good songs?
"Here" is the only one I've heard and it's really good, partly because it samples Ike's Rap 2.
I haven't listened to any of her other stuff because she's a teenager and I'm afraid it'll be teenage shit I don't care about and ruin it for me
she has potential, let's hope her lyrics improve as she grows (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UKp2CrfmVfw this is stuff for lil children m8)
still i don't see why her skin matters, if she good she good; the fact that the media may use her color skin as image or something like that it's another topic
>She's obviously mixed.
Her mother is an Italian immigrant, her father was born in Canada to Italian immigrants. She is 100% Italian. If you've spent any time around Italians you'd know there are a ton with dark skin and curly hair.