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We Sound Crazy is your backstage pass to music and culture. Three music industry veterans and a music aficionado unlock the secrets of your favorite moments in entertainment and have one-on-one conversations with household names. With the support of @thenmaam & @visitmusiccity. Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wesoundcrazy/ Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/wesoundcrazy/
 
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Listen on your favorite podcast service: https://pods.to/wesoundcrazy This week on We Sound Crazy our co-hosts converse with the diamond-selling songwriter, producer, and performer Philip Lawrence. You know him as one-third of the songwriting and production team, The Smeezingtons, known for super hits by Bruno Mars such as "Just The Way You Are", "…
 
Listen on your favorite podcast service: https://pods.to/wesoundcrazy Watch this episode on YouTube: https://wesoundcrazy.ffm.to/br2o23o This week on We Sound Crazy our co-host speak with rising Country music sensation BRELAND. Man does BRELAND know his music and we had a fun time discussing it with him. We learn about his rich background, the insp…
 
Listen on your favorite podcast service: https://pods.to/wesoundcrazy Watch on YouTube: https://wesoundcrazy.ffm.to/wsc-omarion-beingunbothered While on his 'Unbothered Book Tour', we catch up with the R&B superstar Omarion at the National Museum of African American Music to discuss his book 'Unbothered: The Power of Choosing Joy'. With so much men…
 
Listen on your favorite podcast service: https://pods.to/wesoundcrazy In this episode of the We Sound Crazy podcast, our co-hosts cover Missy Elliot, Phillionaire's donation to his Alma mater aiding future black leaders, Louis York on the road and working with PJ Morton, Kanye West, and much more! We Sound Crazy is your official backstage pass to a…
 
Listen on your favorite podcast service: https://pods.to/wesoundcrazy In this episode of the We Sound Crazy podcast, we're back at the National Museum of African American Music's Roots Theatre for a special fireside chat with the illustrious Kim Burrell. The icon shares her one-on-one experiences with the likes of Stevie Wonder and the late Whitney…
 
Listen on your favorite podcast service: https://pods.to/wesoundcrazy In this episode of the We Sound Crazy podcast, we speak with the platinum-selling and GRAMMY award-winning recording artist, Anthony Hamilton. Our co-hosts uncover some of the R&B gems co-written by Hamilton for others that we all know and adore, his love for classic artists like…
 
Listen on your favorite podcast service: https://pods.to/wesoundcrazy In this episode of the We Sound Crazy podcast, our Music Aficionado, Tamone Bacon, continues his one-on-one conversations with more of the foundational pillars of Hip-Hop during his trip to Washington, D.C. for the RIAA's Hip-Hop Honors. We find out how the craftsmanship of turnt…
 
In this episode of the We Sound Crazy podcast, our very own Music Aficionado, Tamone Bacon travels to Washington D.C. to speak with some of the foundational pillars of Hip-Hop. Today the genre has grown into a multi-billion dollar industry with a phenomenal cultural impact for many worldwide. Listen as those who broke the ground upon which it stand…
 
In this episode of the We Sound Crazy podcast, our co-hosts sit down with the legendary Bobby Jones. Known as the founder and host of the groundbreaking television show, Bobby Jones Gospel, which ran for over 35 years on cable networks, his platform has played a major part in how we all discovered many of our modern day gospel greats such as Yoland…
 
In this episode of the We Sound Crazy podcast, our co-hosts celebrate the 25th Anniversary of "My Way", the sophomore release by multi-platinum and Grammy-winning superstar Usher. The co-hosts are joined by the superstar and his co-visionary Jermaine Dupri as the album's co-creators celebrate all who contributed, share leadership knowledge, and dro…
 
In this episode of the State of Black Music podcast, our co-hosts discuss the massive return of House Music to the mainstream. Some say House music never left, others are critical of the return of “Oontz Oontz” music. The co-hosts celebrate big new releases from Beyonce & Drake and revisit an in-depth past conversation with House music legend Cece …
 
Filmed on the stage of the beautiful Roots Theater, at the National Museum of African American Music in Nashville, TN, the co-hosts have an in-depth, in-person discussion with Multi-Grammy nominated singer & actor, Tevin Campbell! In this episode, Tevin shares his deep thoughts and funny stories about his experiences as a child star, working with a…
 
Pre-recorded with a live audience in the Roots Theatre at the National Museum of African American Music, Nashville, Tennessee, our co-hosts sit down with the amazing GRAMMY Nominated and Multi-Emmy winning recording artist and actress, Tamar Braxton. Tamar and the guys discuss all things Black music and pop culture along with her forthcoming Gospel…
 
In this episode of the State of Black Music podcast, our co-hosts sit down with the young legend, actor, and musician, Chaz Lamar Shepherd. Known for his standout performances in film and tv such as The Temptations (mini-series), Moesha, 7th Heaven, Set It Off and others — Chaz shares his hilarious yet wise point-of-view on all things pop culture a…
 
In this episode of the State of Black Music podcast, our co-hosts discuss the 2022 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees, the new Kendrick Lamar album, celebrate Stevie Wonder, and also talk on the importance of self reality checks and much more. Such as, does Keri Hilson deserve a Black Music Honors award? Would Chloe Bailey be a good Up and Coming a…
 
In this episode of the State of Black Music podcast, our co-hosts discuss the lack of originality is music creating, what makes the perfect R&B record, and explore the vast contributions of black artistry. Listen bi-weekly as music business veterans Phil Thornton, Claude Kelly and Chuck Harmony of Louis York, and Tamone Bacon give their unfiltered,…
 
In this episode of the State of Black Music podcast, our co-hosts had the opportunity to speak with one of the stars cast in Summer: The Donna Summer Musical, Brittny Smith, while showing at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC) based in Nashville, Tennessee. After being immersed in the musical experience at TPAC, the co-host talked on the va…
 
In this episode of the State of Black Music podcast, our co-hosts explore the various artists and genres whose covers and samples challenge the quality of the original while discussing other cultural topics. Listen bi-weekly as music business veterans Phil Thornton, Claude Kelly and Chuck Harmony of Louis York, and Tamone Bacon give their unfiltere…
 
In this episode of the State of Black Music podcast, our co-hosts take a deep dive into the Netflix Original jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy, Southern Soul music, and various other cultural topics.Listen bi-weekly as music business veterans Phil Thornton, Claude Kelly, and Chuck Harmony of Louis York, and Tamone Bacon give their unfiltered, coveted, com…
 
In this episode of the State of Black Music podcast, our co-hosts talk with musical shapeshifting and pioneering band Earth, Wind, and Fire at the honorable National Museum of African American Music, Root's Theatre. Join us as we journey through the dynamic minds of Verdine White, Philip Bailey, and Ralph Johnson as SOBM co-hosts Louis York (Chuck …
 
In this episode of the State of Black Music podcast, our co-hosts sit down with the genre-bending recording artist, television personality, and NAACP Image Award-winning, K. Michelle. Recorded at the National Museum of African American Music in Nashville, Tennessee, the State of Black Music podcast unfolded the adventurous business endeavors of the…
 
In this special bonus episode of the State of Black Music podcast, our co-hosts discuss the feature film RESPECT, the biopic of the queen of soul, Aretha Franklin. Grammy, Academy Award, and Golden Globe winner Jennifer Hudson joins the podcast to share on the making of the motion picture and her experience being hand-picked by the late Franklin to…
 
In this episode of the State of Black Music podcast, our co-hosts discuss the longevity, diligence, and cultural impact of the dynamic and incomparable entertainer, Bobby Brown as he visits the National Museum of African American Music in Nashville, Tennessee. A founder of the legendary American band New Edition as well as being a pioneer of the in…
 
In this episode of the State of Black Music podcast, our co-hosts cover the fundamental impact and legacy of Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, the dynamic musical duo behind the multiplatinum mainstays of groundbreaking artists such as Sounds of Blackness, Janet Jackson, Usher, Boyz II Men, Mariah Carey, New Edition, and many more! Find out about how thei…
 
In this inaugural episode of the State of Black Music podcast, our co-hosts speak with and celebrate the legacy of the legendary Mary J. Blige along with fashion architect Misa Hylton as these two queens of black music share their inspirations and discuss their impact on culture. Listen bi-weekly as music business veterans Phil Thornton, Claude Kel…
 
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