MMMusic’s founder Cy White takes her website musings to the airwaves with the MMMusic Podcast, a show about her thoughts on music, her favorite artists and albums, and general commentary about the music world. With interviews, album reviews and original music, join Cy every Thursday and Friday for love, life and all things music.
In the first MMMusic Podcast interview, Cy talks with local R&B/soul songstress Mélat about defining herself, where her music is taking her and, of course...Kanye.
Check out Mélat's album Canon Metis: Wiser Than gods And mortal men, out now on all streaming platforms!
In this episode, Cy has an emotional breakdown remembering her favorite MJ performances.
Wrapping up her exploration of all things Michael Jackson, and to celebrate his birthday, Cy ends on a two-part look at MJ's visuals. Part 1: The Short Films.
Trigger Warning: This episode discusses allegations of abuse against minors. If that is a triggering subject matter, please spare your mental health and your peace and skip this episode.
In this story time: Cy talks about where she was when the allegations hit and where she stands on it after 30 years.
In this episode, Cy goes into a couple songs to address the whole, "His voice wasn't as good after Off the Wall. (If you think that's true...no you don't.)
In this episode, Cy gives her thoughts on the sister album to HIStory: Past, Present & Future Part 1: Blood on the Dance Floor.
In this story time, Cy reminisces about a time in her life when she would perform the "Thriller" dance on demand.
CW: There's mention of child abuse and death. If this is disturbing for you, skip from 1:32:28 to 1:33:40.
This is a long'un!
In this episode, Cy talks about her favorite album from Michael Jackson.
Leading into August, Cy reminisces about her first musical memory.
In this episode, Cy takes us through her interpretation of Kendrick Lamar's "The Heart pt. 5."
0:00 - 5:42 Intro
5:55 - 7:29 Sample intro
7:30 - 19:33 "I Want You"
19:35 - 34:11 The Culture
34:12 - 38:38 Breathe/Nipsey
38:40 - 44:13 Kendrick's Elegance
44:14 - 44:52 "The Heart" series
44:53 - 53:27 The Fallacy of Celebrity/Will Smith
53:28 - 56:16 Cultural Stigmas
56:17 "I Want You...Too"
TW: For those with misophonia, at the 16:43 mark, skip to 16:59, and at the 31:55 mark, skip to 32:09.
Cy has to get something off her chest, and YES, it's about a Spice Girl!
WARNING: This episode deals with subjects of self-harm and taking of one's life. Discretion advised.
If you or someone you know is dealing with heavier thoughts and/or thoughts of self-harm, please don't suffer in silence. There are resources out there for you in the long-run, and also resources for immediate help.
The most accessible way to seek help is to dial 988.
There are also other hotlines and groups who are there to help:<...
In this episode, Cy opens Black Mental Health Awareness Month talking about a song that has helped her get through some pretty angry moments.
Cy recounts her first demo.
NOTE: She mentions someone singing in 2nd alto, she meant 1st alto.
On this episode, Cy speaks about 5 important albums from Black artists that had deep impact and influence on her life. (And, yeah, she messes up one the albums...but we're gonna just act like that didn't happen...)
In this episode, Cy demands that "Mr. Face" get the respect he deserves for absolutely running music in the '90s!
In the first episode the MMMusic Podcast, Cy talks about her favorite artist of all to commemorate Juneteenth and to kick off her celebration of Black Music History Month.
Notes: 1. I mention that I had a poem dissection assignment in 5th grade. I meant 7th grade.
2. The second song from the album I heard was actually "All Is Far in Love."
"McCartney: A Life in Lyrics" offers listeners the opportunity to sit in on conversations between Paul McCartney and poet Paul Muldoon dissecting the people, experiences, and art that inspired McCartney’s songwriting. These conversations were held during the past several years as the two collaborated on the best selling book, “The Lyrics: 1965 to Present.” Over two seasons and 24 episodes of “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics”, you’ll hear a combination master class, memoir, and improvised journey with one of the most beloved figures in popular music. Each episode focuses on one song from McCartney’s iconic catalog – spanning early Beatles through his solo work. Season 1 premieres on October 4th. “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics” is a co-production between iHeart Media, MPL and Pushkin Industries. Cover Portrait © 1967 Paul McCartney / Photographer: Linda McCartney
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