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Darius Rucker speaks candidly about racism and country music

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In an extended interview, TODAY’s Harry Smith catches up with Darius Rucker as he gears up for a socially distanced concert in Nashville. The Grammy winner talks frankly about racism in the country music industry and the impact of George Floyd’s death on his children. Rucker says, “One sentence could end your career in country music.”