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), Jay Ray’s ChatGPT revelation and more.
About the #1988Series:
1988 was a banner year for Black music. Hip Hop solidified itself as a chart contenter, New Jack Swing was taking over, and classic albums hit the stores. This year-long series will honor important moments in one of the most important years in Black music history.
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