soul/r&b

'One Mic', the Super Bowl's Black Music History & the Legacy of Usher (Guest: Michael Motley)
March 03, 2024
132
01:14:53103.1 MB

'One Mic', the Super Bowl's Black Music History & the Legacy of Usher (Guest: Michael Motley)

In this episode of Queue Points, DJ Sir Daniel and Jay Ray take a deep dive into the career and legacy of Grammy-winning, multi-talented artist, Usher Raymond. The podcast also explores Usher's contributions to diversifying the Black music scene, his 2024 Super Bowl performance, and his new album &...

Slow Jams Can Heal Us (Guest: Whitney Jones of Slow Drag)
February 13, 2024
131
01:00:3983.49 MB

Slow Jams Can Heal Us (Guest: Whitney Jones of Slow Drag)

Whitney Jones, founder of Atlanta-based event Slow Drag, is here to discuss her journey and the significance of slow jams in reconnecting Black folks to one another. The trio chat about the way Black culture engages with music, and the restorative potential of slow jams for eliciting vulnerability ...

From "Brandy" to "Full Moon": The Legacy of Brandy Norwood and Her Influence on Music
June 09, 2023
104
01:11:4298.48 MB

From "Brandy" to "Full Moon": The Legacy of Brandy Norwood and Her Influence on Music

“She was Cinderella for Christ’s sake!” - DJ Sir Daniel Join us on a journey as we delve into the remarkable and multifaceted career of “the vocal bible” Brandy Norwood, the renowned singer, songwriter, and actress who has left an indelible mark on the entertainment ...