Awesome 90s Edition of Soul Sessions with Miss E

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I had a great time playing 90s music tonight. Thank you all so much for the request. Shout out to Marie, Emily,Greg, Marvin, Danielle, AJ and Chinua!!! I love request and you all picked great ones! The show playlist is below! Also we had two 90s artist spotlights! What’s Up info and the Words for the Soul!!!!

Playlist

sleep in my bed – dru hill

everything is everything – lauryn hill

Where my girls at – 702

Its all about me – Mya and Sisqo

real love – mary j blige

differences – ginuwine

Killing Me Softly – Fugees *spotlight artist*

Age Aint Nothing But a Number – Aaliyah

Love is Congatious – Taja

no diggity – blackstreet

No No No – Destiny’s Child with Wyclef

808 – Blaque

Talk for a mInute – Tevin Campbell

Back and Forth – Aaliyah *spotlight artist*

If I ever Fall Again – Shai

Lately – Jodeci

If you love me – Brownstone

Thats the way love goes – Janet Jackson

 On Bended Knee РBoyz to Men
Spotlight Artist: The Fugees
This Hatian American R&B/rap trio rose to fame in the mid-90s. Their groundbreaking album The Score has gone multiplatnium and launched hits like their Reberta Flack cover “Killing Me Softly”. The group consist of Lauryn Hill, Wyclef Jean and Praz.¬†MTVranked them the 9th greatest Hip-hop group of all time.
Spotlight Artist: Aaliyah
Aaliyah was discovered on Star Search at the age of 10. She signed with Jive and Blackground records at the age of 12 and began to be mentored by R.Kelly. Her debut album was entitled “Age Aint Nothin but a Number”. After rumors of Aaliyah being married to R.Kelly while under age she moved to Atlantic Records. She collaborated with Missy Elliot and Timberland on her second album, One in a Million. Once again she had a string of hits including the title track. She is listed by Billboard as the tenth most successful female R&B artist of the past 25 years, and 27th most successful R&B artist overall.
What’s Up?
Music Festivals! Click the links for more info!
Essence Music Festival
Funk Fest
Music Midtown
Words for the Soul: Stop Judging
We are all guilty of it from time to time. Judging other people. We must stop wasting our energy on judging people and use that energy to better ourselves. Remember that by judging people you are wasting precious energy and taking yourself further from the person you want to be.

 

 

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