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Jimmy Jam Jul 1
As we close we’re appreciative of the ongoing love from Not sure we like you giving away all our secrets though😂
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Apple Music Jun 27
Celebrating all month long with selections of songs, albums, and radio stations. Check it out here:
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TV One Jun 28
. saw young people in need and decided to act. He went back home and started Common Ground. Now, these kids have hope. Walk with Common on his journey to become an activist and be inspired. Celebrate !
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Ciclely Tyson’s Good Fune Hat Jun 27
Rounding out by sharing how my momma’s casette tape collection shaped my childhood & musical tastes. Thank you to everyone for rocking with us this month. Reading, reposting commenting. All love ✊🏽
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Rated R&B Jun 27
: In 1998, became the first female solo artist to win a Grammy Award for Best R&B Album ("Baduizm").
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REVOLT TV Jun 27
An infinitely talented artist who sang to his own to tune and broke down racial barriers for future generations, was undoubtedly The King.
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Pandora Jun 30
In 1983 Michael Jackson became a worldwide megastar when his hits became blockbuster success on “music television” or MTV, breaking the unspoken policy of refusing to play black artists on the network. Michael Jackson: A-Z:
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Rated R&B Jun 29
: In 2005, ’s debut single “Run It” went No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. The chart-topping success made Brown the first male artist as a lead since Diddy in 1997 to have his first single top this chart.
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Rated R&B Jun 28
: In 2008, became the first solo artist to replace themselves at the top of the Billboard R&B/Hip Hop Songs chart, when her single "Like You’ll Never See Me Again" dethroned her previous hit "No One" at No.1.
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eric ☥ Jun 24
Whitney Houston reading MTV for filth while being interviewed on MTV will always be a mood.
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colbycolb Jun 17
Tune to right now to hear a special edition of Podcast with online
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Naima Cochrane Jun 29
Still in time for , my tribute to the female pioneers of commercial rap is live on !
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Whitty Huton Jun 20
It’s the 30th anniversary of both of these legendary R&B albums. Both albums were released on the same date (June 20, 1988). These albums have a combined production from the best—Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, Babyface & LA Reid and Teddy Riley.
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The Temptations Jun 21
Celebrate and check out Otis Williams' 60s Classic Soul playlist exclusive to Premium! 🌟 🎵
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Kim Probable Jun 26
Day 26) A song with your favorite lyrics: Stevie Wonder "That Girl" 🙌🏾 I aspired to be "that girl" as a young woman. "That girl thinks that she's so bad/ she'll change my tears to joy from sad" 💜 (Best greatest-hits jam ever!)
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Blavity News Jul 5
15 rappers we’re banging beyond -- And they’re all women 💃🏽
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ke•reese 🌹 Jun 28
my first for : how black musicians of 1998 set the foundation for today’s music ✊🏾
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REVOLT TV Jun 29
1 year anniversary of 4:44 tomorrow. The way that this album reveals more and more layers of Shawn Carter and the people in his life can teach us about being truthful in our own. ✏️:
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Jamara Jun 30
39 years of thanks to , , & Ed Wright 🙌🏾🙏🏾✊🏿🎶 Watch the Mother of this annual celebration talk about how she made it all come together off the strength of a passionate letter (via ):
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Joe Madison Jun 27
What an impact he had. Let's remember Joe Jackson's contributions to music today.
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