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R&B Girl Group ENV Stops By Queue Points & Pride.com Includes Queue Points On List
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Queue Points Lands On "10 Black LGBTQ+ Podcasts You Should Listen To" List
We are super proud that Queue Points has landed on this podcast list with so many amazing podcasts.
“Black LGBTQ+ content creators are hosting and producing some of the most entertaining, informative, hilarious, and smart podcasts of our time. From pop culture commentary to advice columns to personal exchanges to news coverage, these podcasts have a massive impact on other queer people looking for voices they can trust and relate to.”
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R&B Girl Group ENV Sat Down With DJ Sir Daniel For “On the Radar”
On the latest episode of Queue Points On The Radar, DJ Sir Daniel sat down with Big Trouble, Fait and Essence of the R&B girl group ENV. The Jackson, Mississippi-based group is getting a lot of buzz and have been inspired by the likes of Blaque, Destiny's Child and TLC.
Check out their latest single “Desire.”
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The Roots Picnic Lineup Is LIT!
The Roots Picnic is going DOWN June 2nd-4th, and early bird tickets go on sale today at therootspicnic.com.
This is a great line up including Ari Lennox, Little Brother, Lauryn Hill and some of our favorite podcasts!
Are you planning to attend The Roots Picnic? Who are you most looking forward to seeing? Leave a comment below.
Watch Last Week’s Episode Of Queue Points
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On last week’s episode of Queue Points we revisited the very interesting moment in #HipHop50 where a hip-hop compilation spawned an R&B juggernaut. Thirty years ago, on February 16, 1993, Flavor Unit, Queen Latifah and Shakim Compere’s musical crew dropped their compilation CD - “Roll Wit Tha Flava.” The album is a time capsule of what was happening in early 90s East Coast hip hop.