Show #84 - Forever Your Girl: The Lasting Legacy of Paula Abdul’s Debut
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1w ago
On our first episode in our year-long #1988Series, we are discussing the legacy of Paula Abdul’s music debut Forever Your Girl. The album landed with a bang launching Abdul’s career into the stratosphere with six Hot 100 hits including four number ones. With game-changing videos and tight choreography from Abdul herself, Forever Your Girl, earned its respect among Black music fans. Tune in as we dive into the groove-filled moment in Pop history. During the first segment of the show the hosts check in about musicians kissing and telling (we’re looking at you Smokey Robinson and Kiely Williams ..read more
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Show #83 - Didn’t We Almost Have It All?: 90s Girl Groups That Almost Became Superstars
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2w ago
One hallmark of the 1990s was the, still flourishing and profitable, girl group. On episode #5, back in 2021, we discussed why there aren't any girl groups anymore. For this episode we are remembering those groups that were right there on the cusp of superstardom. Jade, Nuttin Nyce, Terri & Monica, Changing Faces, The Good Girls, Brownstone and BlackGirl. These groups had hits, and were so close, but it didn’t quite happen. On this episode we have a conversation about it, reminisce about some jams and discuss 90s girl groups that almost became superstars.  Also, DJ Sir Daniel and Jay ..read more
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Show #82 - Schoolhouse Rock At 50 & Recapping the Dionne Warwick Documentary
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2w ago
We are back for 2023! Kicking off our first show of the year is us remembering the enormous impact and jam-filled legacy of Schoolhouse Rock. The legendary platform premiered on January 6, 1973, and we’re celebrating its 50th birthday.   In addition to that, during the first segment of the show, DJ Sir Daniel and Jay Ray recap the Dionne Warwick documentary “Don’t Make Me Over.”   Watch Show #40 - Dionne Warwick: #RockHall2022 Series: https://qpnt.net/show-41   Enjoy Queue Points? Leave us a tip on Patreon: https://qpnt.net/tipjar   Become a Queue Points Insider to watch vi ..read more
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Show #82 - Schoolhouse Rock At 50 & Recapping the Dionne Warwick Documentary
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by Queue Points Podcast
3w ago
We are back for 2023! Kicking off our first show of the year is us remembering the enormous impact and jam-filled legacy of Schoolhouse Rock. The legendary platform premiered on January 6, 1973, and we’re celebrating its 50th birthday. In addition to that, during the first segment of the show, DJ Sir Daniel and Jay Ray recap the Dionne Warwick documentary “Don’t Make Me Over.” Watch Show #40 - Dionne Warwick: #RockHall2022 Series: https://qpnt.net/show-41   Enjoy Queue Points? Leave us a tip on Patreon: https://qpnt.net/tipjar  Become a Queue Points Insider to watch video replays of ..read more
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Show #23 - Spooky Classics
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3w ago
It's Halloween time, and Queue Points is bringing you a spooky discussion about our favorite scary tunes from Black artists. What are some of yours? Amy Winehouse's "Back To Black" just turned 15. On this show we honor the incredible work of super producer Salaam Remi.  How would you rank these soundtracks - Waiting To Exhale, Purple Rain, Boomerang and Love Jones? Rank them by sending us some video fanmail at https://qpnt.net/fanmail and tell us what you think. See how fans ranked them for this show at https://qpnt.net/soundtrackpoll.  Watch this episode at queuepoints.com: https ..read more
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We weren't surprised that Tory Lanez was convicted, Akon, Jean-Michel Basquiat and more - However Comma...
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1M ago
For the holiday season 2022, we broadcasted However Comma... in celebration of hitting 400 followers on Instagram. 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 Watch this episode on our website: https://to.qpnt.net/watch-hc-122822  Enjoy Queue Points? Leave us a tip on Patreon: https://qpnt.net/tipjar  Become a Queue Points Insider to watch video replays of archived episodes, exclusives and more: https://qpnt.net/s ..read more
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Universal Hip Hop Museum, Remembering tWitch, the Tory Lanez Trial and more - However Comma ...
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1M ago
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. Watch this episode on our website: https://to.qpnt.net/watch-hc-121922 Enjoy Queue Points? Leave us a tip on Patreon: https://qpnt.net/tipjar Become a Queue Points Insider to watch video replays of archived episodes, exclusives and more: https://qpnt.net/subscribe Subscribe & Review Us on Apple Podcasts: ht ..read more
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Show #81 - Giving the Gift of Music for the Holiday
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1M ago
It’s the holiday season, and Queue Points is excited to discuss the season, and some of the fun music related memories from our past. We’ll also be unveiling our 2022 Holiday Gift Giving Guide, so that you can shop for the music lover in your life this holiday season. View Merry Errythang! our 2022 Holiday Gift Giving Guide: https://qpnt.net/2022guide Download show notes: https://qpnt.net/show-81-notes Enjoy Queue Points? Leave us a tip on Patreon: https://qpnt.net/tipjar Become a Queue Points Insider to watch video replays of archived episodes, exclusives and more: https://qpnt.net/subscribe ..read more
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Show #80 - Music from the Frontlines of the HIV Epidemic (Guest: stephen hicks)
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1M ago
This World AIDS Day, DJ Sir Daniel and Jay Ray are dedicating the show to the music that helped educate and inform during the height of the HIV epidemic of the 1980s and 1990s. There is no justice movement that emerges without art, and many musicians turned HIV activists during the most difficult years. Black artists were absolutely on the frontlines demanding money for research and treatment and educating the community. Joining us for this conversation is stephen hicks. Download show notes: https://qpnt.net/show-80-notes Watch this episode on our website: https://to.qpnt.net/watch-show-80 ste ..read more
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Show #78 - It’s Still All Good: A Conversation on the Future of Hip Hop (Guest: CSW)
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1M ago
If you checked out our last show, you heard an intense conversation on the current state of hip hop. This conversation brings into view one of the bright lights in the new school of MCs. Philly’s CSW joins us for a conversation to introduce himself and his philosophy to the Queue Points community. DJ Sir Daniel and Jay Ray also check in on the Afros & Audio Podcast Conference. This show was recorded in person at Rec Philly. Watch this episode on our website: https://to.qpnt.net/watch-show-78 CSW Biography: I am a hip hop artist born and raised in Philadelphia. As a young black man, I striv ..read more
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