Berry Gordy is the most historically important figures in the music industry.
His ability to recognize and develop talent has never been matched: Michael, Smokey, Diana Ross, Temptations, Stevie Wonder, and on and on.
Honoring the Legendary Berry Gordy Jr. Thank you for your leadership and so much joyful music! #nycmbk #tuesdaymotivations #changingthenarrative #mentoring #weliftasweclimb #iammybrotherskeeper #BlackBoyJoy pic.twitter.com/uwHpVzlRCX
— NYCMBK- NYC My Brother's Keeper Initiative (@nycmbk) February 2, 2021
My Black History Month Hero: Berry Gordy, Jr. @PMA6thsense
Civil Rights Leader, Hitmaker & Songwriter: discovered, developed, promoted & produced a soundtrack for generations! Incredibly powerful—whether feeling joy or pain—his music imbued all with the poignant truth of life. pic.twitter.com/iOsHHG0C9G
— Kalena (@KatOBryan7) February 2, 2021
🔴🇺🇸Berry Gordy is the most historically important figures in the music industry.
His ability to recognize and develop talent has never been matched: Michael, Smokey, Diana Ross, Temptations, Stevie Wonder, and on and on. #morningJoe #MAGA #MSNBC #CNN #FoxNews
— JoeZee Starting over. (@JoeyZNJ) February 2, 2021
Berry Gordy III, known professionally as Berry Gordy Jr., is an American record executive, record producer, songwriter, film producer and television producer. He is best known as the founder of the Motown record label. #Berrygordy #motownrecords #Detroit #BlackHistoryMonth pic.twitter.com/qgwkHTX3vE
— Soulful House DJ (@DJSARENATYLER) February 2, 2021
Good grief. The way they were talking about Berry Gordy in the past tense on Morning Joe made me think he was dead. 😳
— barking (@m_dicey) February 2, 2021
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