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With a soul swelling from the depths of her very being, with a voice that was unparalleled and unforgettable and with a stage presence that brought countless audiences to their knees, Ms. Aretha Franklin was more than a singer, a performer, a legend and a diva, she was a true Queen who blessed the masses […]

As we begin February, we commence the celebration of Black History Month. In honor of celebrating our history, we will highlight important pieces of Black History that have affected American and world history. Get ready to see the trailblazers, martyrs and revolutionaries and their momentous accomplishments as a way to not only remember their contributions […]

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Tha Afterparty Radio is pleased to announce the latest addition to its all-star lineup. The latest show to hit the airwaves is “Principles Over Power.” The show explores, “power over principles, bringing awareness of mass incarceration of people.” The show airs each Saturday 12-2 pm CST on the A Side. Be sure to catch this […]

As we celebrate the remarkable life and achievements of one of the greatest leaders in our history, the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., it’s important to not only remember his words and actions within the context of his life but how those very words and actions still hold relevance today. Over the past year, […]

Tha Afterparty Radio’s very own Owner and Program Director, Montanna Mitchem, got the chance to catch up with the one, the only, the lovely top-charting R&B/soul singer-songwriter Leela James. The two recently sat down for a one-on-one exclusive interview in a wide-ranging conversation that covered Leela’s music, inspiration, life, current events, future and more. Check […]

Two seminal events inextricably linked to the Civil Rights Movement and forever emblazoned in history happened on August 28. On this date in 1955, a 14-year-old Emmett Till was savagely beaten and tortured for allegedly flirting with a white woman while visiting relatives in a deeply segregated Mississippi. The young teen’s horribly mutilated and battered […]

In honor of #WednesdayWisdom, let’s spread some of the wisdom, greatness, ingenuity and courage always sprinkled with a dash of humor, of the late, great Mr. Dick Gregory who passed away this past weekend. On hate: “I never learned hate at home, or shame. I had to go to school for that.”   On segregation: “Last time […]

The main problem with the Colin Kaepernick story is it goes against the grain of everything that is supposed to be right, fair and just in this country. When you have the beleaguered NFL, who is hell-bent on revamping its image after year after year of scandals involving players accused and convicted of any and […]

Despite T.I.’s and Lil Wayne’s once-strong friendship inside and out of the booth, T.I. seemingly has no place for Wayne after his controversial remarks involving the Black Lives Matter movement made last year. While both are known for their outspoken ways, T.I. felt the need to hold Wayne to task for his seemingly ignorant and […]


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