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Yolanda Adams co-hort comedian Marcus D. Wiley talks about why Michael Jackson inspired him in this edition of Way Black When. http://media.kyte.tv/js/kyte.jsKyte.Embed.path=”http://media.kyte.tv”;Kyte.Embed.altpath=”http://www.kyte.tv”;window.kyteplayer=new Kyte.Player(“”,{appKey:”default”,width:416,height:436,p:”s”,s:1154373,tbid:”7″});

Gospel comedian Willie Brown and Woody talk about how ventriloquist Willie Tyler inspired him to be a ventriloquest in this episode of Way Black When. http://media.kyte.tv/js/kyte.jsKyte.Embed.path=”http://media.kyte.tv”;Kyte.Embed.altpath=”http://www.kyte.tv”;window.kyteplayer=new Kyte.Player(“”,{appKey:”default”,width:416,height:436,p:”s”,s:1154315,tbid:”5″});

Gospel comedian Griff talks about how his mother inspired him to be a comedian in this edition of Way Black When. http://media.kyte.tv/js/kyte.jsKyte.Embed.path=”http://media.kyte.tv”;Kyte.Embed.altpath=”http://www.kyte.tv”;window.kyteplayer=new Kyte.Player(“”,{appKey:”default”,width:416,height:436,p:”s”,s:1154374,tbid:”6″});

Phylicia Rashad talks about a concert she remembers seeing as a child.

Check out who inspired the proud parents of Forever Jones to become the great parents they are today! http://media.kyte.tv/js/kyte.jsKyte.Embed.path=”http://media.kyte.tv”;Kyte.Embed.altpath=”http://www.kyte.tv”;window.kyteplayer=new Kyte.Player(“”,{appKey:”default”,width:416,height:398,p:”s”,s:1145580,tbid:”29″});

Chuck Brown talks about the year the DC music genre go-go caught on.

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Rapper Sheek Louch recalls chilling in the studio with Biggie, Total, Craig Mack and more.

R&B singer Sunshine Anderson recalls her grandmother’s sayings as a child.

Mogul Kevin Liles was honored to join forces with the music industry’s top entertainers to campaign for the first African American President in US history, Barack Obama.