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Bridging the Gap: Paying homage to the old school while embracing the new. Showcasing the finest in Classic Hip Hop, R&B, Funk, Jazz, Indie Soul, Rock and more!

If you think you've got some "Grown Folks Music", send it on, we'd love to hear it.

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Bridging the Gap: Paying homage to the old school while embracing the new. Showcasing the finest in Classic Hip Hop, R&B, Funk, Jazz, Indie Soul, Rock and more!

If you think you've got some "Grown Folks Music", send it on, we'd love to hear it.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

Chad Thunderbroom ,

Who is the hater?

Well, we have finally done it.
Turned even this discussion of the best music ever made, into racist finger pointing.
What is racist about a band that doesn’t pigeonhole itself?
I turn the finger around and point it at you!
Shame shame shame.

Satisfied58 ,

A Passion for Prince

Although GFM covers many genres, there is definately a passion for Prince! De Angela is unabashed in her mission to support Prince's legacy & it's a wonder to behold. Just check the "Popularity" bars on Prince & related episodes - including Madhouse, Sheila E., Jill Jones - to name just a few. The guests on GFM are a testament to the quality of the podcast - Jehan & Arrthurr from TheMusicSnobs - Zaheer Ali & Harold Pride, both Prince Scholars who presented at the Purple Reign Conference in Manchester, England! This is the place to be for lively debate, plenty of laughter & everything you want to know about Prince! Don't miss out...

Annaheart69 ,

BEYOND Ignorant!!!!!!

“Whiteness, and the narcissism that is white supremacy” This is how these jokers interpret the love and adoration people have for “Purple Rain”, The Revolution, and The Counter Revolution ....WOW Talk about sheer ignorance and stupidity. Hmmmm, perhaps it simply has to do with public perception based on the phenomena that was “Purple Rain” and people’s natural habit of glorifying significant events in their lives. Technically, were both incarnations of The Revolution Prince’s best band(s)? Well, both Prince and Eric Leeds thought so. Prince himself declared it fact during a show on the Parade tour, and Eric acknowledged it via an interview on Podcast Juice. In the end, there really is no place in Prince’s music for this kind of mentality. This podcast is a FAIL.

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