DiscoverThey Reminisce Over You
They Reminisce Over You

They Reminisce Over You

Author: Hella Good Creative

Subscribed: 7Played: 102
Share

Description

A podcast that celebrates and honors the best in music, movies, and TV from the past. Hosted by knowledgeable and passionate fans of the genres, Christina and Miguel delve into the careers and legacies of some of the biggest names in hip hop, R&B, and pop culture. From discussing the groundbreaking music of Missy Elliott and Mary J. Blige, to exploring the iconic moments in TV and film, like the chaos at the '95 Source Awards, T.R.O.Y. has something for everyone. So join us as we reminisce over the artists, movies, and TV shows that have shaped our lives and continue to influence popular culture today. Don’t forget to rate and follow T.R.O.Y. on your favorite podcast service.


www.troypodcast.com



Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

80 Episodes
Reverse
In our previous episode, we covered Teddy Riley's influential production career. In this episode, we focus on his journey as a performer, starting from his pioneering new jack swing days with Guy, a brief stop with his brother's group, Wreckx-N-Effect and finally to his Blackstreet era. Teddy's run as both a producer and performer is one that few artists can match.Head over to our website to check out the playlists from these episodes set your day off right.If you enjoy the content that we're making and you're looking for ways to support our independent podcast, here’s a little something that you can do:Please leave us a 5 star rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podchaser or Goodpods.You can also drop a few coins in our tip jar here: https://ko-fi.com/troypodcast if you're feeling generous.If it’s merch that you’re looking for, check out our store, Nuthin’ But A Tee Thang, at teethang.comSpreading the word about the show to your friends and family helps too.Sign up for our monthly newsletter, Liner Notes.However you choose to support, know that it is greatly appreciated as always.🫡 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode, we’re talking about a producer, songwriter, sometime singer and rapper. He’s done songs for Doug E. Fresh & Slick Rick, Heavy D, Kool Moe Dee, Big Daddy Kane, Keith Sweat, Al B. Sure!, Bobby Brown, Whitney Houston, Janet Jackson, Michael Jackson and more. He's done albums for himself as a member of Guy & Blackstreet, and he was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame June 15, 2023. He's the King of New Jack Swing, Teddy Riley. His resume is so long that we had to break this up over two episodes. On this one, we're only getting into the production side of his career, so Guy & Blackstreet talk is at a minimum. For his career as a performer, you'll have to wait a couple of weeks for part 2 to drop. Make sure to head to our website to check out the playlist for this episode, it's an all-timer.If you enjoy the content that we're making and you're looking for ways to support our independent podcast, here’s a little something that you can do:Please leave us a 5 star rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podchaser or Goodpods.You can also drop a few coins in our tip jar here: https://ko-fi.com/troypodcast if you're feeling generous.If it’s merch that you’re looking for, check out our store, Nuthin’ But A Tee Thang, at teethang.comSpreading the word about the show to your friends and family helps too.Sign up for our monthly newsletter, Liner Notes.However you choose to support, know that it is greatly appreciated as always.🫡 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode we’re talking about Mr. Big Stuff, The Heavster, The Overweight Lover, out of Moneyearnin’ Mount Vernon, the diddly, diddly, diddly, diddly, diddly D. One of a small number of people who have done a song with both Michael and Janet Jackson. The man who is pretty much responsible for kicking off Uptown Records, since he was the first act signed to the label, and as an executive at Uptown he's was instrumental in bringing Jodeci, Monifah, Soul For Real and others to the company.Along with DJ Eddie F, Trouble T-Roy and G-Wiz aka The Boyz, he brought us hit after hit. He could do new jack swing, boom bap, reggae, pop...he could do it all. There have been very few hip hop artists who could seamlessly maneuver through so many styles and genres at such a high level, all while never compromising his authenticity. Since his untimely passing in 2011, he's been sorely missed, and that's why we're talking about none other than Heavy D.If you enjoy the content that we're making and you're looking for ways to support our independent podcast, here’s a little something that you can do:Please leave us a 5 star rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podchaser or Goodpods.You can also drop a few coins in our tip jar here: https://ko-fi.com/troypodcast if you're feeling generous.If it’s merch that you’re looking for, check out our store, Nuthin’ But A Tee Thang, at teethang.comSpreading the word about the show to your friends and family helps too.Sign up for our monthly newsletter, Liner Notes.However you choose to support, know that it is greatly appreciated as always.🫡 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Hey Ladies

Hey Ladies

2024-05-1043:20

It's been a while since we've dropped an episode about the ladies, so on this one we're talking about 8 of them. Yes, 8. We're diving into the world of R&B with a spotlight on some of our favorite voices. First up, we have the First Ladies of Bad Boy, Total. Kim, Keisha and Pam. Then we're heading north of the border to talk about two vocal powerhouses in Tamia and Deborah Cox. Next up, we're getting into the luscious harmonies of Zhané, and we close out the episode talking about a hidden gem from Atlanta, Nivea. This episode promises to reignite your love for classic 90's R&B.If you enjoy the content that we're making and you're looking for ways to support our independent podcast, here’s a little something that you can do:Please leave us a 5 star rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podchaser or Goodpods.You can also drop a few coins in our tip jar here: https://ko-fi.com/troypodcast if you're feeling generous.If it’s merch that you’re looking for, check out our store, Nuthin’ But A Tee Thang, at teethang.comSpreading the word about the show to your friends and family helps too.Sign up for our monthly newsletter, Liner Notes.However you choose to support, know that it is greatly appreciated as always.🫡 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode, we had a conversation about OutKast’s debut album, Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik. This is an album that helped redefine the sound and identity of Southern hip hop, and played a significant role in introducing the world to the unique sound and culture of the “Dirty South.” This album laid the foundation for OutKast's legendary career and established them as one of the most innovative and influential hip hop acts of all time.When you're done with this episode, if you haven't already, you can check out our 6th episode, where we talked about Andre's "the south got something' to say" speech at the 1995 Source Awards, and our 10th episode, where we discussed the entire OutKast discography.If you enjoy the content that we're making and you're looking for ways to support our independent podcast, here’s a little something that you can do:Please leave us a 5 star rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podchaser or Goodpods.You can also drop a few coins in our tip jar here: https://ko-fi.com/troypodcast if you're feeling generous.If it’s merch that you’re looking for, check out our store, Nuthin’ But A Tee Thang, at teethang.comSpreading the word about the show to your friends and family helps too.However you choose to support, know that it is greatly appreciated as always.🫡 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode, we are having a conversation about the 40+ year career of one of the greatest R&B groups of all time, and the inspiration for all of the boy bands that followed their blueprint. From direct descendants like New Kids On The Block and Boyz II Men, to current day acts like BTS, New Edition is “where it all started.” We talked about the early discography, Bobby Brown leaving the group after their 3rd album, the addition of Johnny Gill for the Heart Break album and the solo works of Bobby, Johnny, Ralph Tresvant, as well the Bell Biv Devoe projects. We also got into the many reunions over the years, including this current run with all six members participating.If you enjoy the content that we're making and you're looking for ways to support our independent podcast, here’s a little something that you can do:Please leave us a 5 star rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podchaser or Goodpods.You can also drop a few coins in our tip jar here: https://ko-fi.com/troypodcast if you're feeling generous.If it’s merch that you’re looking for, check out our store, Nuthin’ But A Tee Thang, at teethang.comSpreading the word about the show to your friends and family helps too.However you choose to support, know that it is greatly appreciated as always.🫡 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode, we are having a conversation about Usher's 2004 album, Confessions. It's been 20 years since its original release, so we're discussing the impact of the album, how it dominated the Billboard charts, as well as some of the misconceptions about the content. We got into Confessions a little bit in July 2021 in our Usher episode, but figured that we'd run it back and get a little deeper into it for the anniversary. 20 years, man. Time flies.If you enjoy the content that we're making and you're looking for ways to support our independent podcast, here’s a little something that you can do:Please leave us a 5 star rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podchaser or Goodpods.You can also drop a few coins in our tip jar here: https://ko-fi.com/troypodcast if you're feeling generous.If it’s merch that you’re looking for, check out our store, Nuthin’ But A Tee Thang, at teethang.comSpreading the word about the show to your friends and family helps too.However you choose to support, know that it is greatly appreciated as always.🫡 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode, we're having a conversation about one of our favorite groups, one of the greatest hip hop groups of all time, A Tribe Called Quest. Join us as we discuss their body of work and their legacy. Head over to our website, troypodcast.com to check out footnotes, a playlist and a transcript for this episode. While you're here, make sure to vote for A Tribe Called Quest for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame!If you enjoy the content that we're making and you're looking for ways to support our independent podcast, here’s a little something that you can do:Please leave us a 5 star rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podchaser or Goodpods.You can also drop a few coins in our tip jar here: https://ko-fi.com/troypodcast if you're feeling generous.If it’s merch that you’re looking for, check out our store, Nuthin’ But A Tee Thang, at teethang.comSpreading the word about the show to your friends and family helps too.However you choose to support, know that it is greatly appreciated as always.🫡 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
They Reminisce Over You will be back with new episodes Spring 2024, but in the meantime, we wanted to share with you an episode of a show that we love, Queue Points, hosted by the homies Jay Ray & DJ Sir Daniel. We did an episode of Queue Points last year, and they were on our show earlier this year, so go back and check those out if you haven't already! If you enjoy the content that we're making and you're looking for ways to support our independent podcast, here’s a little something that you can do:Please leave us a 5 star rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podchaser or Goodpods.You can also drop a few coins in our tip jar here: https://ko-fi.com/troypodcast if you're feeling generous.If it’s merch that you’re looking for, check out our store, Nuthin’ But A Tee Thang, at teethang.comSpreading the word about the show to your friends and family helps too.However you choose to support, know that it is greatly appreciated as always.🫡Show #121 - The Irresistible Legacy of Teddy Pendergrass: A Deep Dive Into His Influence And EssenceDive into the soulful world of Teddy Pendergrass with DJ Sir Daniel and Jay Ray in this episode of Queue Points. Exploring his profound impact on R&B and soul, we discuss Teddy's journey from Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes to his iconic solo career. Delve into his unique voice, influence on the disco era, and his emotional depth that transcends music. Join us as we celebrate Teddy's legacy and have fun in a segment about his legendary man bag. Tune in for an insightful tribute to a music icon.Join our newsletter for behind the scenes content: https://qpnt.net/newsletterEnjoy Queue Points? Leave us a tip on Patreon: https://qpnt.net/tipjarSubscribe & Review Us on Apple Podcasts: https://qpnt.net/applepodcastsReview us on Podchaser: https://qpnt.net/podchaserSubscribe on Spotify: https://qpnt.net/spotifyFollow Us On Social MediaFacebook: https://facebook.com/queuepointspodInstagram: https://instagram.com/queuepointspodTwitter: https://twitter.com/queuepointspodTikTok: https://tiktok.com/@queuepointspodFollow DJ Sir Daniel On Social MediaFacebook: https://facebook.com/djsirdanielInstagram : https://instagram.com/djsirdanielTwitter: https://twitter.com/djsirdanielMixcloud: https://mixcloud.com/thesirdanielFollow Jay Ray On Social MediaFacebook: https://facebook.com/jayrayisthenameInstagram : https://instagram.com/jayrayisthenameTwitter https://twitter.com/jayrayisthenameOpening Theme: Music by Danya Vodovoz Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Christmas Rappin'

Christmas Rappin'

2023-12-0126:35

So, we've reached that time of year that no matter where you are, in a mall, grocery store, movie theater, watching TV and hearing a commercial, Christmas music is everywhere. So, it is officially holiday music season. So, that's what we're gonna be talking about on this episode. We're talking about Christmas songs and the ones we like, the ones we don't like, why some of us hate Christmas music, why some of us love Christmas music. If you enjoy the content that we're making and you're looking for ways to support our independent podcast, here’s a little something that you can do:Please leave us a 5 star rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podchaser or Goodpods.You can also drop a few coins in our tip jar here: https://ko-fi.com/troypodcast if you're feeling generous.If it’s merch that you’re looking for, check out our store, Nuthin’ But A Tee Thang, at teethang.comSpreading the word about the show to your friends and family helps too.However you choose to support, know that it is greatly appreciated as always.🫡 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This Is The Remix

This Is The Remix

2023-11-1750:11

This week we are talking about something that we've mentioned on this pod a lot. How many times have we talked about a song that we love that wasn't the original, it wasn't on the album, but it was on the cassette or the CD single? Or sometimes it was a music video. Yeah, it was similar, but there were some differences that made it stand out, and most cases made it better. So, for this episode, we're talking about the remix. We're gonna talk about some of our favorites, some we don't like as much, and some that we just completely forgot about. If you enjoy the content that we're making and you're looking for ways to support our independent podcast, here’s a little something that you can do:Please leave us a 5 star rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podchaser or Goodpods.You can also drop a few coins in our tip jar here: https://ko-fi.com/troypodcast if you're feeling generous.If it’s merch that you’re looking for, check out our store, Nuthin’ But A Tee Thang, at teethang.comSpreading the word about the show to your friends and family helps too.However you choose to support, know that it is greatly appreciated as always.🫡 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode, we're talking about a man whose career spans decades. A versatile actor who has the range to play a menacing drug kingpin as well as a talking mirror. He's probably best known for his role as Gus Fring on Breaking Bad & Better Call Saul. You may also know him as Buggin' Out from Do the Right Thing or more recently, Moff Gideon in The Mandalorian. Join us as we're talking about a few of our favorite performances by Giancarlo Esposito. If you enjoy the content that we're making and you're looking for ways to support our independent podcast, here’s a little something that you can do:Please leave us a 5 star rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podchaser or Goodpods.You can also drop a few coins in our tip jar here: https://ko-fi.com/troypodcast if you're feeling generous.If it’s merch that you’re looking for, check out our store, Nuthin’ But A Tee Thang, at teethang.comSpreading the word about the show to your friends and family helps too.However you choose to support, know that it is greatly appreciated as always.🫡 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Trackmasters: Respect

Trackmasters: Respect

2023-10-2037:17

This week we’re talking about a production team that had a major influence on a time in hip hop that we spoke about in the last episode, the so-called “jiggy, shiny suit, bling bling era.” Even though they had been around since 1990 doing tracks for act like Chubb Rock, Kool G. Rap, Big Daddy Kane, Roxanne Shante and The Real Roxanne, 1994 is when they really started to shine. Making albums and tracks for LL Cool J, Nas, Foxy Brown, Jay-Z, J. Lo, Will Smith, 50 Cent. You can arguably say that the sound of hip hop & R&B music was defined by them. They have 23 number one singles and five Grammy awards, we're talking about Poke & Tone, the Trackmasters.If you enjoy the content that we're making and you're looking for ways to support our independent podcast, here’s a little something that you can do:Please leave us a 5 star rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podchaser or Goodpods.You can also drop a few coins in our tip jar here: https://ko-fi.com/troypodcast if you're feeling generous.If it’s merch that you’re looking for, check out our store, Nuthin’ But A Tee Thang, at teethang.comSpreading the word about the show to your friends and family helps too.However you choose to support, know that it is greatly appreciated as always.🫡 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
A couple weeks ago we did an episode dedicated to the first 50 years of hip hop. There was a lot to go over and a lot to cover, so we had to break it up into two episodes. We're only gonna get about 8% of it. But we are back on this episode to pick up where we left off. We finished up the last episode talking about the Golden Era, and on this episode we're gonna start with what is known as the Bling Bling Era through current day hip hop.If you enjoy the content that we're making and you're looking for ways to support our independent podcast, here’s a little something that you can do:Please leave us a 5 star rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podchaser or Goodpods.You can also drop a few coins in our tip jar here: https://ko-fi.com/troypodcast if you're feeling generous.If it’s merch that you’re looking for, check out our store, Nuthin’ But A Tee Thang, at teethang.comSpreading the word about the show to your friends and family helps too.However you choose to support, know that it is greatly appreciated as always.🫡 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week, we're discussing the 25th anniversary of Lauryn Hill's solo debut album, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. This classic album was released on August 25, 1998, and features a number of standout tracks like "Doo Wop (That Thing)," "Ex-Factor," "Lost Ones," "To Zion" and more. She won five Grammy's for this album, making her the first woman to win five or more in one night, including the Grammy for Album of the Year. This was also the first hip hop album to win Album of the Year. We explored Lauryn's work with The Fugees and her career leading up to what would become a hip hop and R&B classic, and its lasting impact on the world of music.Head over to troypodcast.com for links to some of the things that we referenced in this episode. Also, follow us on the 'gram & the bird, Facebook, Threads, Spill, @TROYPodcast on all socials!We have monthly newsletter called "Liner Notes." It's a recap of stuff that we like and think that you will too! We’ll be sharing what we’re watching, what we’re listening to, throwback YouTube videos, updates on our upcoming projects, random things you may have missed on the internets, stuff like that. Go to troypodcast.com/newsletter to sign up now if you like fun.If you enjoy the content that we're making and you're looking for ways to support our independent podcast, here’s a little something that you can do:Please leave us a 5 star rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podchaser or Goodpods.You can also drop a few coins in our tip jar here: https://ko-fi.com/troypodcast if you're feeling generous.If it’s merch that you’re looking for, check out our store, Nuthin’ But A Tee Thang, at teethang.comSpreading the word about the show to your friends and family helps too.However you choose to support, know that it is greatly appreciated as always.🫡 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode, we are discussing something that's been a part of our lives as far back as we both can remember. It's influenced the way we dress, the way we talk, the music we listen to. It's what makes us who we are. In 2023, we're celebrating 50 years of this culture that we call hip hop. We were originally gonna do just one episode, but realized that this conversation might take a little longer than usual, so part 2 will be dropping in a few weeks.If you enjoy the content that we're making and you're looking for ways to support our independent podcast, here’s a little something that you can do:Please leave us a 5 star rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podchaser or Goodpods.You can also drop a few coins in our tip jar here: https://ko-fi.com/troypodcast if you're feeling generous.If it’s merch that you’re looking for, check out our store, Nuthin’ But A Tee Thang, at teethang.comSpreading the word about the show to your friends and family helps too.However you choose to support, know that it is greatly appreciated as always.🫡 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
SWV: Right Here

SWV: Right Here

2023-07-2844:30

On this episode, we are talking about an R&B trio from New York City. Peers and contemporaries of groups like Xscape, Jade, Total, Destiny's Child, 702. You know, all the ’90’s girls. One of the biggest selling girl groups of all time, and that's globally. They've sold 30 million records. We're talking about Taj, Lelee, and Coko and her long ass nails, Sisters With Voices, SWV. We discuss their albums, our favorite songs and some of the things that they've been involved outside of music. 90's R&B heads, this is for you.If you enjoy the content that we're making and you're looking for ways to support our independent podcast, here’s a little something that you can do:Please leave us a 5 star rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podchaser or Goodpods.You can also drop a few coins in our tip jar here: https://ko-fi.com/troypodcast if you're feeling generous.If it’s merch that you’re looking for, check out our store, Nuthin’ But A Tee Thang, at teethang.comSpreading the word about the show to your friends and family helps too.However you choose to support, know that it is greatly appreciated as always.🫡 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode, we are going to talk about a TV show that ran for five seasons on Fox from 1990 to 1994. Created by Keenen Ivory Wayans, it launched the careers of some of the biggest names in show business like Jennifer Lopez, Jim Carrey, Jamie Foxx, Shawn and Marlon Wayans, Rosie Perez and more. It was a sketch comedy unlike anything that had come before it and haven't seen since. We're discussing how the show is rooted in such works as Hollywood Shuffle, I'm Gonna Git' You Sucka, and Eddie Murphy: Raw, how the impact and legacy of the show still influences pop culture today, and of course we had to get into some of our favorite sketches.After listening to the episode, head over to troypodcast.com for a playlist and links to some of the things that we referenced. You can follow us on Facebook, the 'gram & the bird, @TROYPodcast for updates! And also, check out our fam over at the Queue Points podcast! You can find them at:Website - queuepoints.comTwitter - @queuepointspodInstagram - @queuepointspodTell them Christina & Miguel sent you.If you enjoy the content that we're making and you're looking for ways to support our independent podcast, here’s a little something that you can do:Please leave us a 5 star rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podchaser or Goodpods.You can also drop a few coins in our tip jar here: https://ko-fi.com/troypodcast if you're feeling generous.If it’s merch that you’re looking for, check out our store, Nuthin’ But A Tee Thang, at teethang.comSpreading the word about the show to your friends and family helps too.However you choose to support, know that it is greatly appreciated as always.🫡 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode, we are talking about one of the greatest groups of '90s R&B, actually '90s music in general. They brought you songs like "The Blues," "Feels Good," "Whatever You Want," "Anniversary," "Let's Get Down. " All the jams that you know and love. From Oakland, California. Tony! Toni! Toné! We get into our favorite songs from their albums, Raphael Saadiq's solo albums and some of the songs for other artists that they've had a hand in.After listening to the episode, head over to troypodcast.com for a playlist and links to some of the things that we referenced. Also, follow us on Facebook, the 'gram & the bird, @TROYPodcast for updates!If you enjoy the content that we're making and you're looking for ways to support our independent podcast, here’s a little something that you can do:Please leave us a 5 star rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podchaser or Goodpods.You can also drop a few coins in our tip jar here: https://ko-fi.com/troypodcast if you're feeling generous.If it’s merch that you’re looking for, check out our store, Nuthin’ But A Tee Thang, at teethang.comSpreading the word about the show to your friends and family helps too.However you choose to support, know that it is greatly appreciated as always.🫡 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode we're gonna talk about an actor who got his big break playing a “plucky pizza delivery guy” turned badass survivalist in The Walking Dead for six long seasons. He then went on to play a wide range of characters in critically acclaimed movies such as Nope and Minari. The latter, which he was also an executive producer and earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor, which also made him the first Asian American to do so. If you haven't put the pieces together, we're talking about Steven Yeun.While listening to the episode, head over to troypodcast.com for a playlist and links to some of the things that we referenced. Also, follow us on Facebook, the 'gram & the bird, @TROYPodcast for updates!If you enjoy the content that we're making and you're looking for ways to support our independent podcast, here’s a little something that you can do:Please leave us a 5 star rating or review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podchaser or Goodpods.You can also drop a few coins in our tip jar here: https://ko-fi.com/troypodcast if you're feeling generous.If it’s merch that you’re looking for, check out our store, Nuthin’ But A Tee Thang, at teethang.comSpreading the word about the show to your friends and family helps too.However you choose to support, know that it is greatly appreciated as always. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
loading
Comments