This is most likely only a partial answer to your question, because I don't happen to know the ancestral backgrounds of all the Black, American, singers; but from what I've seen, most of them seem (at least to me, as an American and an observer without statistics) to clearly have been born in the U.S. to U.S.-born parents.
It is not true that most AFRICAN/AMERICAN singers are from Africa.
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