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There’s so much to be said about Mary J. Blige. In so many ways, she’s an artist who beat the odds. Underestimated early in her career, her ability to triumph despite that is the stuff of legend. On the eve of her 2022 Billboard Icon Award, we’re discussing her career in the way that only we can. Joining us on our journey is our special guest, Adrian of Adrian’s Playlist of Conversations podcast. Come with us on our journey into the legacy of the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul. Watch this episode on our website: https://qpnt.net/show-51 Playlist - “Put some respek on her name:” https://qpnt.net/XRBB4V Watch "Mary J. Blige Saved My Life With Michael Ward:" https://qpnt.net/rTjYcc Become a Queue Points Insider: https://qpnt.net/qpinsider Subscribe & Review Us on Apple Podcasts: https://qpnt.net/applepodcasts Review us on Podchaser: https://qpnt.net/podchaser Subscribe on YouTube: https://qpnt.net/qpyoutube Follow Us On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/queueshow Instagram: https://instagram.com/queuepoints Twitter: https://twitter.com/queueshow Follow DJ Sir Daniel On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/djsirdaniel Instagram: https://instagram.com/djsirdaniel Twitter: https://twitter.com/djsirdaniel Follow Jay Ray On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/jayrayisthename Instagram: https://instagram.com/jayrayisthename Twitter: https://twitter.com/jayrayisthename Follow Adrian Instagram: https://instagram.com/social_hippie Twitter: https://twitter.com/social_hippie Follow Adrian’s Playlist of Conversations Instagram: https://instagram.com/adriansplaylistpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/adriansplaylistpodcast #videopodcast #blackpodcasters #podcasting #Musicpodcast
Music news has been packed this week, from the explosive interview from Ray J to Roe v Wade to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees, there's plenty to weigh in on. Join us for our 50th show where to discuss these topics and more. Purchase "Shine Bright: A Very Personal History of Black Women in Pop:" https://qpnt.net/zkQRzg Moods Music: https://www.moodsmusic.net/ Watch Queue Points Show #41 "Lionel Richie: Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Series:" https://qpnt.net/show-41 Watch Queue Points Show #24 Featuring Daryle "The Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis Legacy:" https://qpnt.net/show-24 Become a Queue Points Insider: https://qpnt.net/qpinsider Subscribe & Review Us on Apple Podcasts: https://qpnt.net/applepodcasts R eview us on Podchaser: https://qpnt.net/podchaser Subscribe on YouTube: https://qpnt.net/qpyoutube Follow Us On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/queueshow Instagram: https://instagram.com/queuepoints Twitter: https://twitter.com/queueshow Follow DJ Sir Daniel On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/djsirdaniel Instagram: https://instagram.com/djsirdaniel Twitter: https://twitter.com/djsirdaniel Follow Jay Ray On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/jayrayisthename Instagram: https://instagram.com/jayrayisthename Twitter: https://twitter.com/jayrayisthename #videopodcast #blackpodcasters #podcasting #Musicpodcast
One summertime rite of passage for folks of a certain age has been attending a music festival. The idea of sharing your favorite music with 100,000 of your closest friends has been a way for folks to connect and enjoy themselves during the summer months. COVID-19 had a devastating effect on the industry, but it looks like for 2022, festivals are back like they never left. On this episode we’re discussing the return of summer music festivals. Eight Black LGBTQ+ Podcasts You Should Add To Your Rotation: https://qpnt.net/Z7SwEn Lauryn Hill at Wawa Welcome America Organized by The Roots 2012: https://qpnt.net/s77NA6 Become a Queue Points Insider: https://qpnt.net/qpinsider Subscribe & Review Us on Apple Podcasts: https://qpnt.net/applepodcasts Review us on Podchaser: https://qpnt.net/podchaser Subscribe on YouTube: https://qpnt.net/qpyoutube Follow Us On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/queueshow Instagram: https://instagram.com/queuepoints Twitter: https://twitter.com/queueshow Follow DJ Sir Daniel On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/djsirdaniel Instagram: https://instagram.com/djsirdaniel Twitter: https://twitter.com/djsirdaniel Follow Jay Ray On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/jayrayisthename Instagram: https://instagram.com/jayrayisthename Twitter: https://twitter.com/jayrayisthename #videopodcast #blackpodcasters #podcasting #Musicpodcast
Kipper Jones is the missing link. An important connector between Black musical generations, Kipper likely inspired your favorite songwriter to be a songwriter. From “I Wanna Be Down” to “The Comfort Zone,” Kipper’s pen game has given us timeless classics, but it’s his life that inspires the most. This Queue Points conversation is a special brotherhood discussion, where Kipper catches us up on where he’s been, what’s happening now, and where he’s going. From music to HIV to prostate cancer to the church - Kipper takes control of his narrative and discusses his life affirming "stupid faith." You don’t want to miss this important conversation. Watch this episode on our website: https://qpnt.net/show-48 Become a Queue Points Insider: https://qpnt.net/qpinsider Subscribe & Review Us on Apple Podcasts: https://qpnt.net/applepodcasts Review us on Podchaser: https://qpnt.net/podchaser Subscribe on YouTube: https://qpnt.net/qpyoutube Follow Kipper Jones On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/unclekipperfb Instagram: https://instagram.com/unclekipper Follow Us On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/queueshow Instagram: https://instagram.com/queuepoints Twitter: https://twitter.com/queueshow Follow DJ Sir Daniel On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/djsirdaniel Instagram: https://instagram.com/djsirdaniel Twitter: https://twitter.com/djsirdaniel Follow Jay Ray On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/jayrayisthename Instagram: https://instagram.com/jayrayisthename Twitter: https://twitter.com/jayrayisthename #videopodcast #blackpodcasters #podcasting #Musicpodcast
The slow jam is one of the most enduring staples in R&B and Pop music. This song can often define an artists career, and signal an important shift in how that artist chooses to be perceived. For many it’s the slow jam that becomes the favorite, and for a time, didn’t have to be a single to become a radio hit. On this show, we’re diving into “quiet storm” staples - slow jams. Watch this show on our website: https://qpnt.net/show-47 Become a Queue Points Insider: https://qpnt.net/qpinsider Subscribe & Review Us on Apple Podcasts: https://qpnt.net/applepodcasts Review us on Podchaser: https://qpnt.net/podchaser Subscribe on YouTube: https://qpnt.net/qpyoutube Follow Us On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/queueshow Instagram: https://instagram.com/queuepoints Twitter: https://twitter.com/queueshow Follow DJ Sir Daniel On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/djsirdaniel Instagram: https://instagram.com/djsirdaniel Twitter: https://twitter.com/djsirdaniel Follow Jay Ray On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/jayrayisthename Instagram: https://instagram.com/jayrayisthename Twitter: https://twitter.com/jayrayisthename #videopodcast #blackpodcasters #podcasting #Musicpodcast
When folks are asked to name their favorite women MCs, there are some names who appear often on lists. One of those names is MC Lyte. Lyte has long been considered the gold standard for women MCs. An iconic, recognizable voice, a versatile flow and hit songs to boot, it’s amazing to think that Lyte has now fully transitioned to a Hollywood mainstay with continued cultural relevance. Let’s discuss her career, and have a good time. Watch this show on our website: https://qpnt.net/show-46 MC Lyte Presents I Am Woman - A Celebration of Women in Hip Hop: https://qpnt.net/iamwoman Black Love Podcasts: https://blacklove.com/podcasts/ Buy "The Motherlode: 100+ Women Who Made Hip Hop:" https://qpnt.net/54pCI8 Become a Queue Points Insider: https://qpnt.net/qpinsider Subscribe & Review Us on Apple Podcasts: https://qpnt.net/applepodcasts Review us on Podchaser: https://qpnt.net/podchaser Subscribe on YouTube: https://qpnt.net/qpyoutube Follow Us On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/queueshow Instagram: https://instagram.com/queuepoints Twitter: https://twitter.com/queueshow Follow DJ Sir Daniel On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/djsirdaniel Instagram: https://instagram.com/djsirdaniel Twitter: https://twitter.com/djsirdaniel Follow Jay Ray On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/jayrayisthename Instagram: https://instagram.com/jayrayisthename Twitter: https://twitter.com/jayrayisthename #videopodcast #blackpodcasters #podcasting #Musicpodcast
The 2022 Oscars, surprisingly, had a lot of Black music connections. The Beyoncé open, the Megan Thee Stallion surprise, Will Smith's win and the Summer of Soul win for Questlove. We are going to dive into it all, and no we won't be ignoring the "incident." Join us for a fun conversation about Blackness in traditionally white spaces. Watch this show on our website: https://qpnt.net/show-45 Watch Summer of Soul on Hulu: https://qpnt.net/AfcWgX Watch King Richard on Hulu: https://qpnt.net/AmOwbA Watch Beyonce Be Alive (Original Song from the Motion Picture "King Richard") (94th Academy Awards Performance): https://qpnt.net/naaSEx Become a Queue Points Insider: https://qpnt.net/qpinsider Subscribe & Review Us on Apple Podcasts: https://qpnt.net/applepodcasts Review us on Podchaser: https://qpnt.net/podchaser Subscribe on YouTube: https://qpnt.net/qpyoutube Follow Us On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/queueshow Instagram: https://instagram.com/queuepoints Twitter: https://twitter.com/queueshow Follow DJ Sir Daniel On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/djsirdaniel Instagram: https://instagram.com/djsirdaniel Twitter: https://twitter.com/djsirdaniel Follow Jay Ray On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/jayrayisthename Instagram: https://instagram.com/jayrayisthename Twitter: https://twitter.com/jayrayisthename #videopodcast #blackpodcasters #musicpodcast #podcasting
What would you say if we said that Shaquille O'Neal had a fairly successful rap career? Or, wait, that Michael Jackson appeared in an Eddie Murphy music video? Sounds crazy, but there are several artists who were stars in their day jobs and began to moonlight as musicians to different degrees of success. We're discussing some unlikely music careers on the next Queue Points. Disclaimer: Jay Ray is traveling, so please excuse his audio. Watch this show on our website: https://qpnt.net/show-44 Kim Fields "Dear Michael:" https://qpnt.net/FnARHU Converse All Star Series: Tyler Talk, Los Angeles: https://qpnt.net/QL1T4D Become a Queue Points Insider: https://qpnt.net/qpinsider Subscribe & Review Us on Apple Podcasts: https://qpnt.net/applepodcasts Review us on Podchaser: https://qpnt.net/podchaser Subscribe on YouTube: https://qpnt.net/qpyoutube Follow Us On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/queueshow Instagram: https://instagram.com/queuepoints Twitter: https://twitter.com/queueshow Follow DJ Sir Daniel On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/djsirdaniel Instagram: https://instagram.com/djsirdaniel Twitter: https://twitter.com/djsirdaniel Follow Jay Ray On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/jayrayisthename Instagram: https://instagram.com/jayrayisthename Twitter: https://twitter.com/jayrayisthename #videopodcast #blackpodcasters #podcasting #Musicpodcast
“Queens is in the house represent…” A Tribe Called Quest is hard to sum up. A four-man crew, that, for the majority of their commercial career, operated as a three-man team, their catalog helped push the boundaries of what hip-hop could be during the golden era and beyond. Phife's Manager, Rasta Root, has a sit down with DJ Sir Daniel to talk about the upcoming Phife Dawg album "Forever." This is the show all about Tribe! The Queue Points Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2022 series is a four-part series dedicated to Black artists nominated for induction into the prestigious class. Vote For Your Favorite Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2022 Nominees by visiting https://qpnt.net/rockhallvote by April 29, 2022. Watch this show on our website - https://qpnt.net/show-43 Phife “Forever” - https://www.phife-forever.com/ Rasta Root - https://www.instagram.com/djrastaroot Become a Queue Points Insider: https://qpnt.net/qpinsider Subscribe & Review Us on Apple Podcasts: https://qpnt.net/applepodcasts Review us on Podchaser: https://qpnt.net/podchaser Subscribe on YouTube: https://qpnt.net/qpyoutube Follow Us On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/queueshow Instagram: https://instagram.com/queuepoints Twitter: https://twitter.com/queueshow Follow DJ Sir Daniel On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/djsirdaniel Instagram: https://instagram.com/djsirdaniel Twitter: https://twitter.com/djsirdaniel Follow Jay Ray On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/jayrayisthename Instagram: https://instagram.com/jayrayisthename Twitter: https://twitter.com/jayrayisthename #RockHall2022 #videopodcast #blackpodcasters #podcasting #Musicpodcast
Mausiki Scales joins the Queue Points crew for this very special show. DJ Sir Daniel interviewed Professor Scales about the legacy of Fela Kuti, his own musical output, and the influence of our African heritage on Black music as a whole. Learn more about Mausiki Scales at https://www.mausikiscalescommonground.com/. Fela Kuti and his music were both larger than life. It’s been unfair to reduce Fela’s legacy to Nigeria’s version of James Brown. While he and Brown had similarities, Kuti’s legacy stands on its own as one of the greatest and consistent musicians and showmen we’ve ever seen. Using his music as a call to action for activism, Kuti’s music is one part groove, one part revolution. The Queue Points Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2022 series is a four-part series dedicated to Black artists nominated for induction into the prestigious class. Vote For Your Favorite Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2022 Nominees by visiting https://qpnt.net/rockhallvote by April 29, 2022. Watch this show on our website: https://qpnt.net/show-42 "Roy Ayers and Fela Kuti each explored Pan-Africanism:" https://qpnt.net/R0twQH "The Banjo's Roots, Reconsidered" from NPR: https://qpnt.net/SjQQkn Become a Queue Points Insider: https://qpnt.net/qpinsider Subscribe & Review Us on Apple Podcasts: https://qpnt.net/applepodcasts Review us on Podchaser: https://qpnt.net/podchaser Subscribe on YouTube: https://qpnt.net/qpyoutube Mausiki Scale Bio Mausiki Scales has been a force in the Atlanta indie music scene for almost two decades as a sought after keyboardist and founder/musical director of the critically acclaimed ensemble, Mausiki Scales & The Common Ground Collective. An honoree of the Governor’s Award for the Arts and Humanities, Mausiki is also a folklorist and historian who translates his knowledge into musical arrangements that leave his audiences moved and moving…literally. Whether performing as a trio or a full ten member-plus ensemble, Mausiki Scales & the Common Ground Collective are known for taking fans on a fearless exploration of the pulsating rhythms of the African Diaspora, seamlessly connecting the dots between afrobeat, funk, hip hop, soul and New Orleans jazz…in a single performance. They have also collaborated with artists such as Roy Ayers, Babatunde Olatunji, Stevie Wonder, The Last Poets, Third World, Russell Gunn, and Julie Dexter. Together, Mausiki Scales & the Common Ground Collective have released four albums, the most recent, "Passages: The Water Brought Us", and they were featured on the Roy Ayers Fela-fied afrobeat version of “Everybody Loves the Sunshine.” In 2017, a new Mausiki Scales project, “Drums and Shadows” was released, featuring the juke joint-invoking single, “No Tables, No Chairs” inspired by his signature the parade and concert on the Atlanta BeltLine. The album was recognized by BBC Radio DJ, Gilles Peterson as one of the 50 Essential Jazz and Beyond Records of 2017. Mausiki released his latest project, “WestWest Africa” in July 2020. The single, “Kaleidoscopic Universe”, has achieved worldwide acclaim and is a featured track on Spotify’s ‘Jazz Funk’ playlist. Follow Us On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/queueshow Instagram: https://instagram.com/queuepoints Twitter: https://twitter.com/queueshow Follow DJ Sir Daniel On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/djsirdaniel Instagram: https://instagram.com/djsirdaniel Twitter: https://twitter.com/djsirdaniel Follow Jay Ray On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/jayrayisthename Instagram: https://instagram.com/jayrayisthename Twitter: https://twitter.com/jayrayisthename #RockHall2022 #videopodcast #blackpodcasters #podcasting #Musicpodcast #FelaKuti
Before “pen game” was a term, Lionel Richie was the living embodiment of what it meant. “Endless Love,” “Easy,” “All Night Long,” and so many more songs made us appreciate how to craft a good song. Oh, and he was part of the band that gave us the forever dance floor jam - “Brick House.” Join us for a discussion about the impact of Mr. Lionel Richie. The Queue Points Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2022 series is a four-part series dedicated to Black artists nominated for induction into the prestigious class. Vote For Your Favorite Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2022 Nominees by visiting https://qpnt.net/rockhallvote by April 29, 2022. Watch this episode on our website: https://qpnt.net/show-41 Read "We’ve been thinking about Lionel Richie all wrong" by Danyel Smith: https://qpnt.net/JFtdYT Become a Queue Points Insider: https://qpnt.net/qpinsider Subscribe & Review Us on Apple Podcasts: https://qpnt.net/applepodcasts Review us on Podchaser: https://qpnt.net/podchaser Subscribe on YouTube: https://qpnt.net/qpyoutube Follow Us On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/queueshow Instagram: https://instagram.com/queuepoints Twitter: https://twitter.com/queueshow Follow DJ Sir Daniel On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/djsirdaniel Instagram: https://instagram.com/djsirdaniel Twitter: https://twitter.com/djsirdaniel Follow Jay Ray On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/jayrayisthename Instagram: https://instagram.com/jayrayisthename Twitter: https://twitter.com/jayrayisthename #RockHall2022 #videopodcast #blackpodcasters #podcasting #Musicpodcast
Dionne Warwick is a legend and an inspiration. As one of the most charted vocalists of all-time, Ms. Warwick set the bar for singers, and her impact is still being felt today. From Gospel to Soul to Pop to Jazz there’s a Dionne song for us to all savor. This show will celebrate the legacy of one of music’s greatest. Join in the conversation. The Queue Points Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2022 series is a four-part series dedicated to Black artists nominated for induction into the prestigious class. Vote For Your Favorite Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2022 Nominees by visiting https://qpnt.net/rockhallvote by April 29, 2022. Become a Queue Points Insider: https://qpnt.net/qpinsider Subscribe & Review Us on Apple Podcasts: https://qpnt.net/applepodcasts Review us on Podchaser: https://qpnt.net/podchaser Subscribe on YouTube: https://qpnt.net/qpyoutube Follow Us On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/queueshow Instagram: https://instagram.com/queuepoints Twitter: https://twitter.com/queueshow Follow DJ Sir Daniel On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/djsirdaniel Instagram: https://instagram.com/djsirdaniel Twitter: https://twitter.com/djsirdaniel Follow Jay Ray On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/jayrayisthename Instagram: https://instagram.com/jayrayisthename Twitter: https://twitter.com/jayrayisthename #RockHall2022 #videopodcast #blackpodcasters #podcasting #Musicpodcast
There are many things that negatively impact the cohesion of a group - money, outside influence, substance abuse, personality clashes. On this show we are revisiting group breakdowns from artists that, in their classic line up, had tremendous cultural impact. What happened? How can future artists learn from the examples? Tune in for a lively discussion. Watch this show on our website: https://qpnt.net/show-39 Become a Queue Points Insider On Our Website: https://qpnt.net/qpinsider Subscribe & Review Us on Apple Podcasts: https://qpnt.net/applepodcasts Review us on Podchaser: https://qpnt.net/podchaser Subscribe on YouTube: https://qpnt.net/qpyoutube Follow Us On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/queueshow Instagram: https://instagram.com/queuepoints Twitter: https://twitter.com/queueshow Follow DJ Sir Daniel On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/djsirdaniel Instagram: https://instagram.com/djsirdaniel Twitter: https://twitter.com/djsirdaniel Follow Jay Ray On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/jayrayisthename Instagram: https://instagram.com/jayrayisthename Twitter: https://twitter.com/jayrayisthename #videopodcast #blackpodcasters #podcasting #Musicpodcast
Forty years ago four Black men released an album with yellow matching packaging. Bad Brains had been banned in DC at several locations, yet with PMA went on to inspire the world. The eponymous debut of Bad Brains wasn't the first time Black punk rockers grabbed the attention of listeners, but it was a beacon for what was to come. On this episode Queue Points is discussing "The Yellow Tape" at 40. Watch this show on our website: https://qpnt.net/show-38 Watch the Black Music Mixtape About “The Girl Can’t Dance”: https://qpnt.net/KDZTPu Read “Contact High: Photographer Lucian Perkins On Shooting Bad Brains’ Valley Green Show”: https://qpnt.net/uNiSB3 Thank God It’s Vinyl One Year Anniversary - https://qpnt.net/tgiv-1 Become a Queue Points Insider On Our Website: https://qpnt.net/qpinsider Subscribe & Review Us on Apple Podcasts: https://qpnt.net/applepodcasts Review us on Podchaser: https://qpnt.net/podchaser Subscribe on YouTube: https://qpnt.net/qpyoutube Follow Us On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/queueshow Instagram: https://instagram.com/queuepoints Twitter: https://twitter.com/queueshow Follow DJ Sir Daniel On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/djsirdaniel Instagram: https://instagram.com/djsirdaniel Twitter: https://twitter.com/djsirdaniel Follow Jay Ray On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/jayrayisthename Instagram: https://instagram.com/jayrayisthename Twitter: https://twitter.com/jayrayisthename #videopodcast #blackpodcasters #podcasting #Musicpodcast
In looking at various Latin music year end lists, it was hard not to recognize the influence of Afro-Latin music on Pop music in 2021. That influence isn’t new, however. On this show, Bruce Phillips, a DJ whose main focus is the music of the African diaspora, will be joining us to discuss this important history. Join us as we discuss the magic of Afro-Latin music. Watch this show on our website: https://qpnt.net/show-37 Listen to Bruce Phillips' Afro-Latin 101 Playlist Spotify: https://qpnt.net/afrolatin-101-spotify YouTube: https://qpnt.net/afrolatin-101-yt YouTube Music: https://qpnt.net/afrolatin-101-ytmusic Tidal: https://qpnt.net/afrolatin-101-tidal Become a Queue Points Insider On Our Website: https://qpnt.net/qpinsider Subscribe & Review Us on Apple Podcasts: https://qpnt.net/applepodcasts Review us on Podchaser: https://qpnt.net/podchaser Subscribe on YouTube: https://qpnt.net/qpyoutube Follow Bruce Phillips On Social Media Instagram: https://instagram.com/brucephillips15 Everything is Everything Show on Universal Rhythms - https://www.universalrhythms.net/bruce-phillips Follow Us On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/queueshow Instagram: https://instagram.com/queuepoints Twitter: https://twitter.com/queueshow Follow DJ Sir Daniel On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/djsirdaniel Instagram: https://instagram.com/djsirdaniel Twitter: https://twitter.com/djsirdaniel Follow Jay Ray On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/jayrayisthename Instagram: https://instagram.com/jayrayisthename Twitter: https://twitter.com/jayrayisthename #videopodcast #blackpodcasters #podcasting #AfroLatin #Musicpodcast
One of the most consequential music artists of all time, Janet Jackson is a force. With 27 Top 10 singles and seven Number 1 albums, she’s often cited as an inspiration for up and coming artists. On the eve of her two night documentary premiere, Queue Points is honoring the one and only Ms. Janet Jackson.   Watch this show on our website: https://qpnt.net/show-36   Become a Queue Points Insider On Our Website: https://qpnt.net/qpinsider   Subscribe & Review Us on Apple Podcasts: https://qpnt.net/applepodcasts   Review us on Podchaser: https://qpnt.net/podchaser   Subscribe on YouTube: https://qpnt.net/qpyoutube   Follow Us On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/queueshow Instagram: https://instagram.com/queuepoints Twitter: https://twitter.com/queueshow   Follow DJ Sir Daniel On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/djsirdaniel Instagram: https://instagram.com/djsirdaniel Twitter: https://twitter.com/djsirdaniel   Follow Jay Ray On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/jayrayisthename Instagram: https://instagram.com/jayrayisthename Twitter: https://twitter.com/jayrayisthename   #videopodcast #blackpodcasters #podcasting #musicpodcast #janetjacksondoc
Have you ever been in the gym, and your song comes on? You are suddenly able to power through without any hesitation, right? It’s exhilarating! There are some musicians who have made music for the gym, and others who have made fitness part of their brand. On this episode of Queue Points, we’re discussing artists who have been on the forefront of the fitness revolution. In this show we also remember André Leon Talley's influence on our lives, as well as share our top six hip-hop workout songs. RSVP for our Janet Jackson Documentary Watch Party - https://qpnt.net/janeteventrsvp Watch this episode on our website: https://qpnt.net/show-35 “André Leon Talley, Editor and Fashion Industry Force, Dies at 73” via The New York Times - https://qpnt.net/altnytimesobit Men’s Health Top 50 Hip-Hop Workout Songs - https://qpnt.net/hiphopworkout Become a Queue Points Insider On Our Website: https://qpnt.net/qpinsider Subscribe & Review Us on Apple Podcasts: https://qpnt.net/applepodcasts Review us on Podchaser: https://qpnt.net/podchaser Subscribe on YouTube: https://qpnt.net/qpyoutube Follow Us On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/queueshow Instagram: https://instagram.com/queuepoints Twitter: https://twitter.com/queueshow Follow DJ Sir Daniel On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/djsirdaniel Instagram: https://instagram.com/djsirdaniel Twitter: https://twitter.com/djsirdaniel Follow Jay Ray On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/jayrayisthename Instagram: https://instagram.com/jayrayisthename Twitter: https://twitter.com/jayrayisthename #videopodcast #podcasting #videopodcasting #blackpodcasters
In the early 1980s, as hip-hop as a cultural juggernaut was taking shape, talented and diverse acts were springing up from New York City and the surrounding areas. Three acts that emerged in 1983 went on to help shape the future of the culture, by being among some of the first to crossover to mainstream Pop success. For this show we’ll honor the influence of Whodini, UTFO and The Fat Boys. RSVP for our Janet Jackson Documentary Watch Party: https://qpnt.net/janeteventrsvp Watch this show on our website: https://qpnt.net/show-34 Become a Queue Points Insider On Our Website: https://qpnt.net/qpinsider Subscribe & Review Us on Apple Podcasts: https://qpnt.net/applepodcasts Review us on Podchaser: https://qpnt.net/podchaser Subscribe on YouTube: https://qpnt.net/qpyoutube Follow Us On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/queueshow Instagram: https://instagram.com/queuepoints Twitter: https://twitter.com/queueshow Follow DJ Sir Daniel On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/djsirdaniel Instagram: https://instagram.com/djsirdaniel Twitter: https://twitter.com/djsirdaniel Follow Jay Ray On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/jayrayisthename Instagram: https://instagram.com/jayrayisthename Twitter: https://twitter.com/jayrayisthename #videopodcast #blackpodcasters #podcasting #videopodcasting
Thanks for tuning into Queue Points hosted by DJ Sir Daniel and Jay Ray. Queue Points is a video podcast, and we are your safe space for meaningful dialogue about the impact of Black music and Black creatives. Become a Queue Points Insider On Our Website: https://qpnt.net/qpinsider  Follow Us On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/queueshow  Instagram: https://instagram.com/queuepoints  Twitter: https://twitter.com/queueshow  #podcasting #videopodcasting #blackpodcasters
Azealia Banks' name is often synonymous with controversy, given her busy Twitter fingers. But, also, in her decade on the scene she’s made innovative and influential hip-hop and pop music. This episode, we are diving into Banks’ musical output so far and sharing some of our highlights. Watch this show on our website: https://qpnt.net/show-33  RSVP for our Janet Jackson Documentary Watch Party: https://qpnt.net/janeteventrsvp  Listen to the "Woah Azealia" Playlist Spotify: https://qpnt.net/woahazealia-spotify  YouTube: https://qpnt.net/woahazealia-yt  YouTube Music: https://qpnt.net/woahazealia-ytmusic  Tidal: https://qpnt.net/woahazealia-tidal  Become a Queue Points Insider On Our Website: https://qpnt.net/qpinsider  Subscribe & Review Us on Apple Podcasts: https://qpnt.net/applepodcasts  Review us on Podchaser: https://qpnt.net/podchaser  Subscribe on YouTube: https://qpnt.net/qpyoutube  Follow Us On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/queueshow  Instagram: https://instagram.com/queuepoints  Twitter: https://twitter.com/queueshow  Follow DJ Sir Daniel On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/djsirdaniel  Instagram: https://instagram.com/djsirdaniel  Twitter: https://twitter.com/djsirdaniel  Follow Jay Ray On Social Media Facebook: https://facebook.com/jayrayisthename  Instagram: https://instagram.com/jayrayisthename  Twitter: https://twitter.com/jayrayisthename  #podcasting #videopodcasting #blackpodcasters
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