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This is the audio podcast page for Queue Points.

Queue Points is a video podcast, hosted by DJ Sir Daniel and Jay Ray (Johnnie Ray Kornegay III), with the intent to inform and celebrate Black Music creatives through meaningful dialogue.

 

Apr 29, 2022

One summertime rite of passage for folks of a certain age has been attending a music festival. The idea of sharing your favorite music with 100,000 of your closest friends has been a way for folks to connect and enjoy themselves during the summer months. COVID-19 had a devastating effect on the industry, but it looks...


Apr 22, 2022

Kipper Jones is the missing link. An important connector between Black musical generations, Kipper likely inspired your favorite songwriter to be a songwriter. From “I Wanna Be Down” to “The Comfort Zone,” Kipper’s pen game has given us timeless classics, but it’s his life that inspires the most. This Queue...


Apr 15, 2022

The slow jam is one of the most enduring staples in R&B and Pop music. This song can often define an artists career, and signal an important shift in how that artist chooses to be perceived. For many it’s the slow jam that becomes the favorite, and for a time, didn’t have to be a single to become a radio hit. On...


Apr 8, 2022

When folks are asked to name their favorite women MCs, there are some names who appear often on lists. One of those names is MC Lyte. Lyte has long been considered the gold standard for women MCs. An iconic, recognizable voice, a versatile flow and hit songs to boot, it’s amazing to think that Lyte has now fully...


Apr 1, 2022

The 2022 Oscars, surprisingly, had a lot of Black music connections. The Beyoncé open, the Megan Thee Stallion surprise, Will Smith's win and the Summer of Soul win for Questlove. We are going to dive into it all, and no we won't be ignoring the "incident." Join us for a fun conversation about Blackness...