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Vesta was taping this episode of Unsung when she suddenly died.
Unsung stars share their frustration with the music industry.
Freddie Jackson talks about how the record label didn't nurture their artists.
Sheila E's family reflects on Sheila E and how every family has their battles
Did Sly forget the words? Band member breaks down Sly's "boom booms."
Ray Parker Jr hangs up on Stevie Wonder
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Blair Underwood talks about how Full Force beat him down in an elevator while filming "Krush Groove."
Mary Wells becomes Motown's undisputed cross over queen with "Two Lovers".
The Sylvers discuss how their move to disco wasn't in keeping with their style of music.
Deniece remembers how she learned the terrible news of Michael Jackson's passing.
Deniece talks about her relationships with the Jacksons over the years as well as Michael's musical legacy.
Vesta Williams, Bobby Womack, Ray Parker Jr, and more Unsung stars talk about how hard it is to make money in the music industry.
Months later and a lost phone number still can't stop Redman's fate of working with Erick Sermon.
Keith Murray recalls how he and Erick Sermon crossed paths and began working together.
Erick Sermon of EPMD discusses his heart-attack and wake-up call to live.
Della Reese recalls working "the strip" and how people of color were treated.
Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis talk about Mint Condition's mega hit.
One of the last great R&B bands, Mint Condition, share their struggles and triumphs.
My, my, my, Johnny Gill is a powerhouse of music. Learn about his musical journal now.
Heavy D's father shares his son's one physical trait that never stopped him from reaching super stardom.
Producer/Director Reginald Hudlin shares how he sealed the deal to work with Heavy D.
Heavy D made it big and took his homeboys with him!
This Heavy D & the Boyz song became an anthem for men of a certain size!
Heavy D and the Boyz go down in hip-hop history as true pioneers.
Lisa Lisa was so nice, find out why they always said her name twice!
Lisa Lisa went from having a dream wedding to receiving devastating news.
Before Selena and J.Lo there was Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam! Find out their musical story in this full episode!
Scarface and Willie D recall how Bushwick Bill joined the crew.
Bushwick Bill's suicide attempt gone wrong becomes the Geto Boys album cover.
Willie D, Scarface and Bushwick Bill share the birth of the notorious rap group, the Geto Boys.
The Delfonics fashion and swag influenced the Jackson 5!
The Delfonics break down the REAL meaning behind their hit "Hey Love."
R&B Royality, the Delfonics music was pure poetry in motion.
CeCe Peniston's break out hit "Finally" takes the world by storm!
CeCe talks size in the music business and shares what some might have thought.
No one rocked the house like CeCe Peniston in the 90s!
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Sing along, boogie down and jam with R&B legends!
Too $hort hits the big time in his first music video!
Too $hort strikes a cord and makes a name for himself using the "b" word!
Too $hort reflects on helping out Kid Rock. "I believed in him!"
EXCLUSIVE: Snoop Dogg reflects on his friendship with Too $hort.
"Blow The Whistle" put Too $hort on the map again and is considered a west coast classic!
West Coast rapper Too $hort shares his one-of-kind life and career.
"Kiss and Say Goodbye" put The Manhattans on the map!
The Manhattans certify Regina Belle as the group's first female vocalist.
The Manhattans go down in a music history as a great group that delivers great soul ballads.
Gil Scott Heron's body of work was organic, poetic and off-the-charts creative!
Rappers "big up" Gil Scott Heron's prolific words which grew into hip-hop.
Gil Scott Heron the godfather of hip-hop is a poet, prophet and pioneer!
Nile Rodgers and Chic set the tone for dance music in the '70s and today!
Nile and Bernard put their magic touch on this Sister Sledge hit.
Nile Rodgers dishes on "The Greatest Dancer" and how much of an influence he was on mega group Sister Sledge.
Nile Rodgers of CHIC dishes on working with the velvet voice- Luther Vandross.
Before disco was a dirty word, Nile Rodgers and Chic ruled the airways!
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