Ritt Momney doesn’t care if "Put Your Records On" is his only pop hit https://t.co/EGseQesQoA— billboard (@billboard) November 13, 2020
After Billboard interviewed Ritt Momney about his 2020 cover of 'Put Your Records On', music fans remind people that English singer Corinne Bailey Rae wrote the original track in 2006.
The song is about black girls loving their hair. It was written for black girls by a black woman.
Fans want media and radio to stop giving men credit for the work made by black women.
Ritt Momney released a cover of Corinne Bailey Rae's 2006 hit single "Put Your Records On" in late April.
It has since gone viral, fueled by a make-up challenge on TikTok.
It has led to Ritt Momney's first Hot 100 entry (No. 79 high) on the chart dated Oct. 31.
It breathed new life into his 2019 album.