This week, we’re giving thanks and replaying our three episodes on albums produced by the Soulquarians, all of which turned 20 this year: Ill Camille on Common’s “Like Water for Chocolate,” Bosco on Erykah Badu’s “Mama’s Gun,” and Tall Black Guy on D’Angelo’s “Voodoo”
If you like these snippets, check out the full episodes in our archives!
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In this episode...
- Ill Camille
- Tall Black Guy
About the show
Hosted by Oliver Wang and Morgan Rhodes, every episode of Heat Rocks invites a special guest to talk about a heat rock – a hot album, a scorching record. These are in-depth conversations about the albums that shape our lives.
Our guests include musicians, writers, and scholars and though we don’t exclusively focus on any one genre, expect to hear about albums from the worlds of soul, hip-hop, funk, jazz, Latin, and more.
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