The term blue-eyed Soul was coined in the mid-1960s, and referenced white artists that performed Soul and R&B music. The music industry has a long history of repackaging Black music (originally referred to as “race music”) for white consumption - oftentimes with the Black artists making less than their white counterparts for songs they originated.

By the 1970s, white artists such as Teena Marie, Bobby Caldwell, Average White Band and others were making the rounds on Black radio, and Black folks couldn’t get enough. Tune in as we discuss some songs by non-Black folks that Black folks love.

For our opening segments we will be catching up on Queen Latifah’s “All Hail the Queen” making it into the National Recording Registry and DJ Sir Daniel and Jay Ray will share one album, they think one another should take to a desert island.

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