When Mamie Smith became the first black singer to record a blues record in 1920, she kicked down an invisible door and talented black women rushed in behind her. The Blues was the sound at the center of the beginnings of a new world for black women, and their expression of freedom, joy and love. But the women of blues back then had no idea that their lives and careers would leave a legacy as large as it did. Join your host, Tribbz as she recounts the history of music in black america, and talks to R&B singer/songwriter Tiffany Gouche about her own musical history. 

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