Former DJ, current Comedian and aspiring love expert Jasmine Ellis takes listeners on a musical journey with Rhythm and Bae this hilarious and often heartfelt podcast combines music history lessons with, with storytelling and advice. Consider this the most fun 90 minutes of your week
Put The Towel Down Atlanta- Mia Jackson
Welcome to another Rhythm and Bae this week we've got 3 fun segments for you to listen learn and laugh with
First, we kick it off with our History lesson Off the Record: Behind the Murders this week we're covering the impactful life and still very mysterious death of Sam Cooke. We discuss details from the documentaries that cover the story " Lady you shot me" and Netflix's recent release "The Two killings of Sam Cooke" a southern Girl herself Mia ads plenty of perspective and offers up some theories along with Jasmine's disclaimer worthy ones
Next, it's time for "Sound Track of your life" Mia shares the impact Erykah Badu's Green Eyes, Stevie Wonders Superwoman, Jill Scott's I need you, and Outkast/ Andre 3000's Prototype had on her life and which of her past relationships they remind her of
Last we share our most cringey song dedication moments as one listener asks how to confess they want to be more than friends via song.
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This is our second to last "Behind the murders segments" Before we switch it up next month with a totally new twist. Same funny, same sweet, same nosy same Rhythm and Bae
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Cities aren't real with Chris Denman
Hi Bae's welcome to another edition of the best podcast about music hosted by Jasmine Ellis
This week we talk to St. Louises own Chris Denman
1st we start out our behind the murders segment with the original lover boy of classical music a man who survived multiple attempts on his life
Then Chris shares the 5 songs that tell his story chronologically from growing an idealistic young boy with a taste for ballads and hay punching to a lover of punk and all forms of rock
Follow Chris on his podcasting Shenanagigas on two funny mamas and Drinks wirth the Band
From HBO, Comedy Central, A little Late with Lilly Singh and more one of our favorite Austin Comedians Joins us for her fantatsic list.
We kick off the hour with another edition of #Behindthemurders this week we look into Tejano Superstar and the queen of cimbia herself Selena and explore the conspiracies behind her tragic death
Then on a way funnier note Vanessa shares her favorite list and it's full of RNB Bangers
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Funny man Chris Cuba's joins the pod
We start the show with our Behind the murders segment, this time it's none other that the notorious BIG AKA Christopher Wallace AKA Biggie smalls whose murder remains unsolved to this day -Chris shared some reflections on being a teen in the 90's and reeling from the news along with some solid conspiracy theories on Wallace's death.
Then Cuba's breaks down his 5 songs that tell his story in our 'Playlist of your life" we talk about the cultural impact of pop music in Chris's life from the pop folk that his Irish mother loved to the Jazz and funk that his Afro Latino father raised him on and finally the eclectic mix of punk and hip hop that permeates throughout his current favorite play list
Lastly we close it out with your favorite section Big questions
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I run Orlando with Kristal Adams
Greetings Bae's and welcome to the 3rd episode of season 2, this week were joined by Comedian, writer, producer and all around hilarious person Kristal Adams (@thedarkkristal)
We kick it off with a history lesson the third installment of our Behind the mUrders segment we dig into the unsolved doublee homicide of punk rock icon Syd Vicious of the Sex Pistols and his journalist Girlfriend Nancy Spungen whose violent is still a mystery
After that Kristal tells us the funniest stories from childhood tall tales to stories of why the Looney tunes hold a special place in her heart
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Rachel Hall the One and Only
Jasmines on the road but she's got a banger for you
this episode we talk Marvin Gaye, The old Kanye, BSB vs NSYNC And answer your burning questions.
The tea is absolutely SCALDING on every episode. Celebrity drama is my guilty pleasure, but I just LOVE hearing the advice from anonymous callers.
The advice is usually pretty sound, too!
Keep it up, Jasmine! Can’t wait to hear the next episode!
Great podcast, love all the in-depth questions and stories of which songs have played a part in jasmine and her guests lives. If you’re a music fan this is a great podcast for you.
Interesting look at how music impacts our life. Funny host, great guests