MTV’s Behind the Music is back! The groundbreaking music documentary series returns with the best of the vault, updated and remastered for audio. Each episode profiles one of music’s most influential icons from 50 Cent to AC/DC, Courtney Love to Madonna, and more. Experience their unfiltered journeys to success and their personal stories of hardships and triumphs in this audio companion to the Paramount+ Behind the Music series.
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This artist became a rapper at the age of 9. Lil Wayne came from a tough childhood before exploring his talent for rapping as a member of the Hot Boys. With growing popularity, he pursued his solo career and released Tha Carter in 2004 and Tha Carter... more
She is known to be the “Queen of Hip-Hop Soul.” Mary J. Blige came from a tough childhood before becoming a singing sensation. Blige found an escape from her life through music and eventually dropped out of school before working with Puff Daddy. Her ... more
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Not sure why there aren’t more ratings but the biggest flaw with these podcasts is there is NO MUSIC. Not even a snippet for example, of a and artists big song or first song. Nothing. Maybe it is due to music rights but these podcasts are so boring!!!
I have just finished listening to the Huey Lewis episode and although the content is great the “background” music is very distracting. I am thinking that whoever put this episode together should receive a stern talking to. When the music is louder than the interview the information is lost. I love these stories about musical artists, particularly those that I know very little about, but having music blaring over the voices defeats the purpose of the podcast.
This podcast is literally the audio from old VH1 behind the music episodes. The same exact interviews and narrator from the show are used, the only difference is they use stock background music. That may not bother you if you have never watched the original shows, but the worst part about these podcasts is that they are not updated at all. The Dr. Dre episode includes nothing about him selling beats by Dre to Apple, the straight outta Compton movie, or his divorce. As a matter of fact, clips of ... more
Considering the amount of good music podcasts out there this one may be nothing to write home about but I guess it gets an extra star for the nostalgia value.
I love music so much and it’s interesting to hear in depth content about artists. I hope you keep uploading 💕
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