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Show #68 - What happened to summer jams? / Black men and mental health (Guest: Reclamation Point Podcast)

Queue Points Podcast

Release Date: 09/09/2022

Show #79 - The Concept of Gratitude (Guests: B4Nine Podcast) show art Show #79 - The Concept of Gratitude (Guests: B4Nine Podcast)

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Well folks, it’s Thanksgiving, and a time when many folks are reflecting on their life over the last year, and preparing to spend time with friends and family. Well, we’ve invited our family to join us to celebrate. and from are stopping through! B4Nine Podcast is getting set for their next season, and we want to talk to them about what happened during their break, what they’re thankful for and what folks can expect during the upcoming season of their show. They are sticking around for our music topic of the week as well. Rolling Stone recently released We’re going to discuss the...

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Show #78 - It’s Still All Good: A Conversation on the Future of Hip Hop (Guest: CSW) show art Show #78 - It’s Still All Good: A Conversation on the Future of Hip Hop (Guest: CSW)

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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 . This show was recorded in person at . Watch this episode on our website: CSW Biography: I am a hip hop artist born and raised in Philadelphia. As a young black man, I strive for better energy in the world through my music. I am also a songwriter and...

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Show #77 - Hip Hop, Social Media & Violence: Is it still all good? (Guest: Mr. Al Pete) show art Show #77 - Hip Hop, Social Media & Violence: Is it still all good? (Guest: Mr. Al Pete)

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The murder of Takeoff has shaken the world as a whole, and like many times on Queue Points, we’re asking the question “what can we do?” Well, for this episode we ask the question with all the accolades, the money and the fame, for hip-hop, “is it still all good?” Joining us in segment 2 is Mr. Al Pete. Al Pete is the 2022 Best Music Podcast winner for his podcast . He not only joins us for our core topic, but tells us a bit about how The Tables Might Wobble was born. You don’t want to miss this conversation from three hip hop elders about the state of the culture. Watch this...

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Show #76 - Queue Up The Vote (Guest: Malika Redmond, Women Engaged) show art Show #76 - Queue Up The Vote (Guest: Malika Redmond, Women Engaged)

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Queue Points is back, and we’re live, and it’s time for you to vote! Because it’s voting season in the United States, we’ve decided to dedicate this show to the importance of getting out to vote! Malika Redmond, CEO and Co-Founder of Women Engaged, joins us to discuss her history of civic engagement, overcoming sexism and challenging misogynoir and why folks should be getting out to vote no matter what. Queue Up The Vote, Y’all!! Shop the Queue Points Store: Watch this episode on our website: Malika Redmond Biography: Malika Redmond is the Co-founder and CEO of Women Engaged, a...

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Show #75 - Country Queens: Tina Turner, Cassandra Wilson, Tanya Trotter (Country Music Series Pt. 4) show art Show #75 - Country Queens: Tina Turner, Cassandra Wilson, Tanya Trotter (Country Music Series Pt. 4)

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Thanks to Carnegie Hall for sponsoring a portion of this episode. Carnegie Hall presents Rhiannon Giddens: Songs of Our Native Daughters on November 4, 2022 at 8PM. To purchase tickets visit: . #Ad #Sponsored Queue Points is proud to present part 4 of our Country music series featuring Mike “Big Mike” Bryant. We had so much more ground that we wanted to cover so Big Mike is back to help us unpack the impact of Black musicians on Country music. There’s so much to cover, and we only scratch the surface. For this episode DJ Sir Daniel, Jay Ray and Big Mike wrap up their country music series...

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Show #74 - For Love & Country (Country Music Series Part 3) show art Show #74 - For Love & Country (Country Music Series Part 3)

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Thanks to Carnegie Hall for sponsoring a portion of this episode. Carnegie Hall presents Rhiannon Giddens: Songs of Our Native Daughters on November 4, 2022 at 8PM. To purchase tickets visit: . #Ad #Sponsored Queue Points is proud to present part 3 of our Country music series featuring Mike “Big Mike” Bryant. We had so much more ground that we wanted to cover so Big Mike is back to help us unpack the impact of Black musicians on Country music. There’s so much to cover, and we only scratch the surface. For this episode we land on the amazing Amazon documentary For Love & Country. The...

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Show #73 - The Charley Pride Effect (Country Music Series Part 2) show art Show #73 - The Charley Pride Effect (Country Music Series Part 2)

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Thanks to Carnegie Hall for sponsoring a portion of this episode. Carnegie Hall presents Rhiannon Giddens: Songs of Our Native Daughters on November 4, 2022 at 8PM. To purchase tickets visit: . #Ad #Sponsored Queue Points is proud to present part 2 of our Country music series featuring Mike “Big Mike” Bryant. For this episode we pick up where we left off with honoring the tremendous career of Charley Pride. Big Mike takes us deep into Mr. Pride’s career, and we learn so much about his life and his work, and why he was able to excel in Country music. Watch this episode on our website: ...

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Show #72 - DeFord Bailey, Grand Ole Opry and the Origins of Country (Country Music Series Part 1) show art Show #72 - DeFord Bailey, Grand Ole Opry and the Origins of Country (Country Music Series Part 1)

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Thanks to Carnegie Hall for sponsoring a portion of this episode. Carnegie Hall presents Rhiannon Giddens: Songs of Our Native Daughters on November 4, 2022 at 8PM. To purchase tickets visit: . #Ad #Sponsored Queue Points is proud to present part 1 of our Country music series featuring Mike “Big Mike” Bryant. We had so much more ground that we wanted to cover so Big Mike is back to help us unpack the impact of Black musicians on Country music. There’s so much to cover, and we only scratch the surface. For this episode we discuss some of the origins of Country, and how Black artists are...

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The news about FN Meka shocked many of us, but if we pull back the layers of it, the music industry has been test driving the idea of Blackness as an avatar for decades. What could this mean for our future, and how can we push back on it. On this episode we’re discussing artificial intelligence, holograms and Blackness in the music industry. Enjoy Queue Points? Leave us a tip on Patreon: Become a Queue Points Insider to watch video replays of archived episodes, exclusives and more: Subscribe & Review Us on Apple Podcasts: Review us on Podchaser: Subscribe on Spotify: Subscribe on...

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Show #70 - Blood Lust: The music industry’s obsession with hip-hop conflict show art Show #70 - Blood Lust: The music industry’s obsession with hip-hop conflict

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Beef is as synonymous with hip-hop culture as the five elements themselves. From the earliest days rappers have had to prove who’s the best MC. Over the years raps on records have often turned into violence. Adding in the aspect of money, it can be a recipe for disaster. Join us for that discussion. DJ Sir Daniel and Jay Ray will also reveal their top 3 dis records and discuss the nomination of Queue Points for Best Black Music Podcast. Tune in for an informative and entertaining show. Watch this full episode on our website: Register for Afros and Audio: Topics Covered In This Episode...

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Well it’s official, the kids are back to school, Labor Day is over, and that means Summer 2022 is behind us. But … what was this summer’s “summer jam?” What was that one song that united the world under a groove? Did we even have one? DJ Sir Daniel and Jay Ray  chat about what happened.

Moetown Lee and Dr. Ed Garnes from the Reclamation Point podcast joined us for an interview earlier in the week to discuss Black men and mental health. We play a portion of that interview on this show, as well.

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Reclamation Point on YouTube: https://qpnt.net/reclamationpoint


Moetown Lee Bio

A west coast native, Maurice ‘Moetown’ Lee proudly represents the state of California as his hometown. Inspired by the struggle of his underserved, once gang-saturated neighborhood, Lee began DJ’ing as the escape from the street life. Quickly earning himself a name in the evolving music game. 

It was later, during his time with Interscope Records as Southeast Regional Manager, the major label acquired platinum record success from artists including Eminem, Lady Gaga, and billion-dollar success of the ‘Beats by Dre’ collaboration. Moetown was very instrumental in the career development of Grammy winning artist Janet Jackson, 50 Cent, P. Diddy, and Kendrick Lamar among many. Lee is still affiliated with Universal Music Group (a parent company of Interscope) as a music consultant.

Moetown co-produces one of the largest African American owned festivals ONE MUSICFEST, developing partnerships with key sponsors including Miller-Coors, Ford and more. As a key curator for one of the largest music festivals in the U.S., this full day Atlanta event attracts crowds of 50,000+, hosting acts such as Lauryn Hill, Usher and Kendrick Lamar on its highly sought stages.

A quote Lee often references – “If you dare to struggle you dare to win. Let me say Peace to you, if you’re willing to fight for it.”

Dr. Ed Garnes Bio

Dr. Ed Garnes is one of the most dynamic therapists, educators and life consultants in America. A doctoral internship trainee of Cal Berkeley, he holds a PHD (University of Tennessee), M.A. in Counseling (Michigan State University), M.A. in Psychology (University of Tennessee) and B.A. in English Writing with minors in Black Studies; Mass Comm (DePauw University). Dr. Garnes has worked extensively with diverse individuals and groups. He curates interventions keenly aware of the impact race, ethnicity, gender identity, religion, socioeconomic background, and disability status have on values, interests, and skills that directly impact academic, career, and psychosocial development. Intergenerational supporters champion his ability to channel his grandmother's southern wisdom, observational humor, and sobering life lessons as an activist into practical strategies for personal development.


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