Hello, Brown Queens! Happy MUSIC MONDAY to you! Today's MUSIC MONDAY has a twist. The music featured today comes from the soundtracks of our favorite black films. What's your favorite movie with a predominately African-American or brown cast? Chances are, you remember the music from that movie and the soundtrack was just as iconic as the film. These movies featured on today have had the best soundtracks and are almost as recognizable as the movies they accompany. You remember that Maxwell song you heard when Q and Monica first got together on Love and Basketball or the Maxwell song that was played when Nina and Darius Lovehall got together on "Love Jones". he pivotal scenes in the movies always have the best music. The updated playlist for this week has the most popular songs from these iconic black films! Which of these are your favorite songs from a soundtrack of your favorite soundtrack overall?
Set It Off (Missing you x Brandy, Tamia, Chaka Khan, Gladys Knight)
Dr. Dolittle (Are you that Somebody x Aaliyah)
Boomerang (Love should've brought you home x Toni Braxton, End of The Road x Boyz II Men)
Love Jones (Hopeless x Dionne Farris, Sumthin' Sumthin' Mellosmoothe x Maxwell, The Sweetest Thing x The Refugee Camp ft. Lauryn Hill)
The Best Man (As x Stevie Wonder, Candy x Cameo, All is said and Done Beyonce' and Marc Nelson, The Best Man x Ginuwine ,Tyrese, Case, R.L.)
"Love and Basketball" ( The entire soundtrack featuring Maxwell, Donell Jones, Angie Stone, Chaka Khan, Al Green, MC Lyte, Guy, Black Eyed Peas)
"Waiting To Exhale" (The entire soundtrack featuring Whitney Houston, Brandy, Toni Braxton, Aretha Franklin, Patti LaBelle, Mary J. Blige, SWV and TLC.
"Soulfood" (The entire soundtrack ft. songs like A song for Mama x Boyz II Men, We're not making love no more x Dru Hill)
"The Wood" (If this world were mine x Luther Vandross and Cheryl Lynn, I wanna know x Joe)
***Playlist includes Candy x Cameo, The Best Man I Can Be x R.L. Tyrese, Genuwine, & Case, I'm Not Gon Cry x Mary J. Blige, The Sweetest Thing Lauryn Hill and The Fugees, Love Should've Brought You Home x Toni Braxton, If This World Were Mine Luther Vandross and Cheryl Lynn, A Song For Mama x Boys II Men***