Celebrated singer Kelly Rowland has come forward in support of the underprivileged black artists, who falls under the minority category in the music industry.
Kelly Rowland has voiced her concern over the inequality prevailing in the industry. She says each and every talent should be treated equally irrespective of their cast or creed or skin colour and that each one should be given an equal opportunity in the music industry.
The 35-year-old songstress said she feels "proud" when people takes requisite action in this direction to eliminate the class division. She also feels that there is a lot to do in terms of equality in the industry.
Kelly Rowland also added that it is equally important for the Government and Congress to pay attention to this matter in order to abolish this class distinction in the music industry.
"There are black artists - we just have to support them. I'm so proud that people are actually exercising their right to speak up and taking action, but I also think it's important for government and congress to pay attention." Rowland said.
"This new generation can be radical and they're not playing when it comes to their freedom and their lives, which are at stake." She added further.