Aaron’s Radio Show

Episode 6

Women Leads


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Episode Notes

EPISODE SIX – “R&B Women Leads”: First off, a shout-out to the one-and-only Jake Ralston for the great introduction! And a big thanks to James White (@jamescagewhite) for his high-energy start to each show.

Welcome, everyone, to Episode Six. I know you have many places to find music; thank you for supporting this show; I promise to make the hour worth your time.

This show highlights a mix of disco, hip-hop, R&B, Latin and pop songs with a woman as lead vocalist. I hope you enjoy my selections, and that some songs bring back good memories for you, or maybe you’re hearing a song for the first time and you’re gonna add it to your favorites!

Do you have favorite R&B/hip-hop/dance-pop women performers that are not in this show’s playlist? I’d be glad to add some to future episodes!

Please use the comment form below to share your thoughts about Episode 6.  Did you discover a new song that is becoming one of your favorites?  Did a song in this episode suddenly take you back to a time or event in your life?  I’d love to hear about it!

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  1. Hips Don’t Lie – Shakira (2006)
  2. Cheap Thrills – Sia (2016)
  3. Umbrella – Rhianna (2007)
  4. Single Ladies – Beyonce (2008)
  5. One Two Step – Ciara (2004)
  6. Miss You Much – Janet Jackson (1989)
  7. Problem – Ariana Grande (2014)
  8. Dip It Low – Christina Milian (2004)
  9. Whine Up – Kat Deluna (2007)
  10. Buffalo Stance – Neneh Cherry (1989)
  11. Cry for You – September (2006)
  12. In A Dream – Rockell (1997)
  13. Emotions – Mariah Carey (1991)
  14. Juice – Lizzo (2019)

Aaron’s Radio Show has been licensed by ASCAP and BMI to include songs from their repertories in performances on this website.

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