SWV says En Vogue made being famous look easy, but now they know it's hard work; unbelievably Tupac is honored that his music might have motivated a murder; John Singleton says Janet Jackson is perfect as "Justice"; Young MC goes street with one failed album under his belt.Babyface answers rumors about a split with LA; Sinbad blames his hectic work schedule for his recent divorce; One of the Girls says working with producer Gerald Levert is fun, but he knows when to get down to business; H-Town puts their hometown Houston on the map.
Being married to the head of her record company doesn't put Mariah Carey ahead; Robert Townsend blasts the "cheap" laughs of popular comedians; The Bar-Kays make a funky comeback with their upcoming album With several criminal charges and accusations hanging over his head, Dr.
In addition to music, the program includes news segments and artist interviews.
Mike Mosbe was the regular host from 1990-1997 along with The Poetess (a.k.a. Mock the Minister and Sheree Saunders became the hosts in 1997.
Living in Kansas City keeps Oleta Adams from getting caught up in Hollywood hype; Dr.
Dre isn't rattled by Eazy E's multi-million dollar lawsuit; Coming of Age distances themselves from the pack; Yo-Yo sends a shout out to women rappers; MC Lyte looks at life beyond rap music.
Ice Cube discusses White power structure; Gene Rice talks about unrequited love; Shabba Ranks wants to popularize reggae rap; Jodeci's families won't purchase their music, would prefer they did gospel music.