Episode 025: 33 and 90s R&B

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33 and 90s R&B

On this episode of UNGENTRIFIED, I am joined by Fredara Hadley (@fredara), Doctor of Ethnomusicology, and noted professor of Black music to talk about the theory that we all stop checking for new music at the age of 33 and the impact of 90s R&B on Black culture.

We discuss research done by Spotify on the listening habits of adults, why our teenage years build our love for music, how 90s R&B fits into the lives of Black 30-somethings, and why our demographic was never supposed to two step to Lil Uzi Vert. Listen and give us your opinion!

Guest: Dr. Fredara Hadley (instagram.com/fredara)
Resources/People/Articles Mentioned in Podcast:

Amber Mark’s “Put You On” feat. Dram

When Do We Stop Keeping Up With New Music? by Ajay Kalia

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