155, then maybe khan should refrain from calling his albums 'Nu Electro', because as you have clearly pointed out, it just isn't that. Besides, electro has never been a 'black' scene, it has always been for everyone.
There is no point in getting in to an argument as to what 'Nu-Electro' is or isn't, everyone has an opinion. I strongly believe that 'Nu-Electro 4' is actually closer to the vision of the original series, incorporating a wider range of musical styles.
But your second point is curious, especially as Electro-Funk was a specific, electronically expressed part of Hip Hop - and Hip Hop started out as a predominantly black musical artform and culture.
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