From bluesy space cowboy soundtracks in Cowboy Bebop to a rapping ninja, the world countries of Black music has long did its vicinity known in anime — and now more than ever, through masters from Michael Jackson and RZA to Flying Lotus and Megan Thee Stallion, the reverse is also genuine.

Through decades of collaborations and comments, the two natures have sampled views, resounds, and lived experiences from their respective cultures to deliver an swelling audio-visual symphony decades in the making. From Netflix Geeked, this is A Closer Look at How Black Music and Anime Sample Each Other.

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