On our first However Comma... of 2023 we honor the memory of Anita Pointer, Barbara Walters and Gangsta Boo. We discuss the important impact of The Pointer Sisters and discuss the impact of Gen X icon deaths.
Our last However Comma... for 2022 is here! On this week's round up we discuss the conviction of Tory Lanez, Akon's statements on Black Americans, the dangerous winter storm and Jay Ray's visit to the Jean-Michel Basquiat King Pleasure exhibit in New York City.
For the remainder of 2022, we are broadcasting However Comma... in celebration of hitting 400 followers on Instagram. On this week's round up we discuss our trip to the Universal Hip Hop Museum, the Tory Lanez trial, we remember tWitch and we discuss our top pop culture moments of 2022.
For the remainder of 2022, we are broadcasting However Comma... in celebration of hitting 400 followers on Instagram. On this show DJ Sir Daniel and Jay Ray dive into the Lensa AI app, SZA's new record, Brittney Griner, Patti Labelle, Diddy and a whole lot more.
On this week's However Comma..., DJ Sir Daniel and Jay Ray catch up on the Soul Train Awards, and why the peformers won. They definitely dive into the X-Scape drama, too. They reminisce on Thanksgiving, Irene Cara and the challenges of weight loss.
This episode of QP Science 3000 features a jump start on the holidays. Can you believe Christmas is already here? We can't. Can you also believe that this video is one Jay Ray never saw before we recorded this. Dive into "Santa Baby" by Rev Run featuring Mase, Snoop Dogg, Onyx, Salt N Pepa and Keith Murray.
On this episode of the members-only program "However Comma..." DJ Sir Daniel and Jay Ray will dive into the week's news. This week they are discussing Chris Brown, the AMAs, the tragedy at Club Q and more.
This episode of QP Science 3000 features the phenomenon of the white girl rapper. That's right folks, it's a thing that happens on occasion to varying degrees of success. For this episode we feature Betty Boo, Tarrie B., Fergie and Iggy Azalea.
"In the background, the toll of the AIDS epidemic impacted the Black gay community and other vulnerable communities in the 80’s and early 90’s. Black gay men often flocked to a sacred space - the dancefloor - if only for a few hours. Safer than the sex they were often afraid to have, they could move, sweat, laugh, cry, relinquish, replenish and take a trip with the pulsating beat of the club as soundtrack." from Black Gay Men Of The AIDS Generation Invented Your Party
Sacred Ministry is a workshop that discusses how three Black gay DJ's emerged during the AIDS crisis, inspired a new genre of music, and helped a generation of men cope with the devastation of AIDS to a beat.