The music lover's podcast, where we explore all types of music, reminiscing on the old jams and putting you onto what's new. We want to know, Do You Speak Music?
17:37Meagan has a question a couple questions for the music lovers out there.
KB & Eesh's Chat
1:01:08In the season 2 premiere, the ladies welcome you back and Khallilah sits down to chat with her good friend, songwriter and producer of many dope things (including Kari's Song (Long Way Home) from the Netflix movie, Beats) Aesha Dominguez. Tune in as she shares her journey and perspective on being a black woman in the music industry.
Black Music Flashback: Muddy Waters
12:16In honor of Black History Month, we are bringing to you a segment called Black Music Flashback, where we will share stories and facts about Black music that you may not know or maybe you already know and just need a little refresher. This week, we are starting with McKinley Morganfield aka Muddy Waters.
Ep. 13: What Do We Do...At Christmas Time
42:57In the last episode of the year, the ladies chat about their must haves on their Christmas playlists and let you know which artists they'd love to hear Christmas albums from.
Ep. 12: Snubs and Musicals
56:05This week the girls discuss the AMA's, Grammy nominations and disclose lists of their favorite musicals, guaranteed to make ya go hmm.
Ep. 11: Ain't We Lucky We Got 'Em
49:35TV THEME SONGS! We all know them, we all sing them randomly and this week the girls discuss their favorites from the past and present.
Ep. 10: We're Back!
39:13After a month long break, the girls ARE BACK to discuss their favorite music videos from their childhood.
Ep. 9: Do You Remember
1:07:52The ladies sit down with Meagan's mom, Yvette, and chat about some of her favorite artists and bands of the 70s and 80s.
Ep. 8: Happy Belated Bey Day!
48:40In celebration of Queen Bey's birthday, the girls rank Beyonce's album from best to worst.
Ep. 7: I Think I'm In Love With My Radio
1:04:40Joined by special guest Midwest Radio Personality and Voice Actor, Dani D, the ladies reminisce on the Chicago radio stations that accompanied morning rides to school and discuss the state of radio today.