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Back In The 90 is a podcast where hosts Linda E. and D. Lamont reflect, reminisce, and remind about the golden era of hip-hop, R&B, television, and other events that made an impact on American culture from an African-American perspective. For more information, visit us at www.lahiyecia.com/bitn .

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Back In The 90 is a podcast where hosts Linda E. and D. Lamont reflect, reminisce, and remind about the golden era of hip-hop, R&B, television, and other events that made an impact on American culture from an African-American perspective. For more information, visit us at www.lahiyecia.com/bitn .

    Episode 7 On Top Of The World

    Episode 7 On Top Of The World

    In this final episode of Season 1, D. Lamont and Linda E. go out on top of the world by remembering 8 Ball and MJG’s 1995 album On Top of the World.  Linda E. is all about real love.  And, the hosts close out the season discussing an African-American who was literally on top of the world.

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    • 41 min
    Episode 6 Music Is Therapy

    Episode 6 Music Is Therapy

    Linda E. and D. Lamont raise awareness of mental health and reflect on songs that were uplifting and motivating.  Also, the hosts discuss a television episode that addressed natural hair in Corporate America.  

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    • 38 min
    Episode 5 Death Certificate

    Episode 5 Death Certificate

    D. Lamont and Linda E. roll their sleeves up and talk about one of D. Lamont’s top 5 rap albums, Ice Cube’s 1991 album Death Certificate.  One of the greatest films comes out in the 1991 and starts a renaissance of cinema that humanizes African-Americans. 

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    • 41 min
    Episode 4 Fear Of A Black Planet

    Episode 4 Fear Of A Black Planet

    Linda E. and D. Lamont take a trip into the Terrordome and voyage through Public Enemy’s 1990 album Fear of a Black Planet.  A historic moment takes place that shows unity is possible in the African-American community. 

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    • 43 min
    Episode 3 Still Standing

    Episode 3 Still Standing

    They don’t dance no mo all they do is this.  D. Lamont and Linda E. reminisce on Goodie Mob’s 1998 album Still Standing.  D. Lamont let’s out his emotions.  And the south puts down its flag on the hip hop music scene, and lets the world know it’s here.

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    • 35 min
    Episode 2 Black Reign

    Episode 2 Black Reign

    Linda E. shows her respect to the Queen, Queen Latifah that is.  D. Lamont and Linda E. reflect on Queen Latifah’s 1993 album Black Reign.  What is considered a romantic call? Maybe music can answer this question.  Also, D. Lamont and Linda E. discussed how a death affected a health crisis in the African-American community.

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    • 25 min

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