Wild Wednesday

Thanks to Mike Kitchen for today’s Wild Wednesday song.  “Buttercup” is a collaboration between the Jacksons and Stevie Wonder.  Wonder wrote and produced the previously unreleased song in 1974. The song is now available on “I Want You Back” the unreleased masters.

Chrisette Michele is one of the hottest women in the game.  This Wednesday we take a look at Chrisette’s video “Fragile” featuring Wale.

Seems like everyone got the memo that this is honor thy woman month.  In last week’s Wild Wednesday segment we honored the ladies by serving up 10 songs for the inner diva in all of us.  Essence.com recently released their picks for the top 10 uplifting songs for women by women. Check out their list. […]

This edition of Wild Wednesday is dedicated to the divas – all the divas.  A diva is a multifaceted person. At any given moment Miss Thang move from a neck-rolling, finger snapping sista girl to a sensual and seductive lioness going after her pray.  These 10 braggadocios hits pay hommage to the many personalities of […]

E.U. released “Dat Butt” in 1988 as a part of the movie “School Daze.” It was one of the hottest songs of the year and it helped expand the reach of the DC-founded musical genre of go-go. E.U. – DA THE BUTT – Watch more Videos at Vodpod.

The Dream and Christina Milian have dominated the tabloids the past few weeks.  Well, we wanted to dedicate this Wild Wednesday video to The Dream and Christina.  This is what The Dream was singing to her during happier times. Dream, Christina: We hope things get better.  Violet needs her mommy and daddy together and thinking […]

Salt n Pepa, Yo Yo and MC Lyte were some of the pioneers in the hip hop game for women.  We honor them in today’s Wild Wednesday pick – “Shake Your Thang.”

The return of El Debarge on the BET Awards Sunday night had be on YouTube looking for old videos from one of my favorite groups of the 80’s.  As I was searching, I found this video of Debarge singing “Time Will Reveal” on American Bandstand.

Mary J. Blige didn't get the title of Queen of Hip Hop Soul for nothing. Since she hit the scene in the early 1990s Mary has offered us her heart and soul through her music. She's collaborated with some of the best in the industry and had us all cheering as we watched her transform from a caterpillar to a butterfly.

India Arie always gives you the inspiration you need.  That’s what I am hoping you receive from this week’s Wild Wednesday pick – “India’s Song.” India.Arie Gets High With Musiq SoulChild

Case was a force to be reckoned with at one time.  Somewhere along the way we lost him … its a good thing the music lives. Here are a few Case classics.

MoKenStef didn’t have the best run in the music industry, but their song “He’s Mine” was a female anthem. The song peaked at #7 on the Billboard Hot 100. Their second single, “Sex in the Rain,” was not as successful, peaking only at #63 on the R&B chart.