Flashback Fridays…Jaheim: Anything

Jaheim exploded onto the R&B charts in the early 2000s and quickly became a fan favorite on the strength of his 21 track debut album Ghetto Love, which went platinum.  “Anything”, ... Continue Reading →

Flashback Fridays…The Poison Clan: Shake Whatcha Mama Gave Ya

Before Atlanta completed its takeover of the Southern Sound in Hip Hop, and eventually Hip Hop completely, there were groups from The Bottom who were filling up dance floors, blasting ... Continue Reading →

Flashback Fridays…Da Brat: Funkdafied

Here’s a flashback to 1994. Da Brat hit the scene as the newest act from the burgeoning So So Def roster, and rode to the top of the charts with “Funkdafied”, the ... Continue Reading →

Flashback Fridays…MadTV: Wizard Of Oz Goes Jungle Fever

Back in the mid to late 90s and up through the 2000s, FOX became a source of Urban television comedy with the mega-popular comedy sketch show, Madtv. The show continued the late-night ... Continue Reading →

Flashback Fridays…Troop: All I Do Is Think Of You

Troop arrived on the music scene back in 1989 with a BOOM. The Pasadena, California quintet took their unique Soul-heavy R&B sound to the top of the charts, mostly on the strength ... Continue Reading →

Flashback Friday…Bone Crusher: Never Scared

Here’s a throwback from the early 2000s: Bone Crusher, These days, Bone Crusher has been working closely with fellow ATLien, Micah Blu. Continue Reading →

Flashback Fridays…95 South: Whoot There It Is

Jacksonville rap group 95 South were one of the pioneers and mainstays of the Duval-variant of the Bass sound that dominated Florida and Southern airwaves in the late 1980s and much ... Continue Reading →

Flashback Fridays…Adina Howard: Freak Like Me

If you can remember 1995, then a lot of good times come to mind. And if you can remember those times, then you gotta remember Adina Howard–and her signature, hit track, “Freak ... Continue Reading →

Flashback Fridays…Ja Rule Feat. Ashanti & Charli Baltimore: Down 4 U

Its been quite a few pecan seasons since Ja Rule and Ashanti held rank over the charts, but flash back to 2001: the Murder, Inc. sound was all over the airwaves, in print (remember ... Continue Reading →

Flashback Video…The Late Teena Marie On ‘Soul Train’

Here’s a flashback of the late, great Teena Marie performing her hit, “Behind The Groove”, on a 1981 episode of Soul Train. Continue Reading →