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The Anatomy of Soul

7/8/2019
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We’re celebrating the Independence Weekend exploring the ‘Anatomy of Soul’ with the stories of two balladeers! Roshon Fegan talks about what it took to transform into the role of the legendary Bobby DeBarge for the TV One original movie The Bobby DeBarge Story. Did you know Anthony Hamilton is an author? He takes us exclusively inside his new book, “Cornbread, Fish n’ Collard Greens.” You won’t want to miss this! #Cafemocharadio #Anatomyofsoul #balladeers #switch

Duration:00:30:21

Celebrating Black Music Month - Tamela & Mary

6/28/2019
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Café Mocha concludes Black Music Month with Mary Wilson of The Legendary Supremes. At the ESSENCE Festival, Tamela Mann will be there singing, praising and talking about her weight loss journey with the new Weight Watchers. #EssenceFest #DefiningVoices

Duration:00:29:36

Celebrating Black Music Month: Defining Voices - Fantasia Barrino-Taylor

6/21/2019
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This week we’re celebrating Black Music Month with our 2017 Salute Her ‘Soul Solidarity’ honoree Mrs. Fantasia Barrino-Taylor, continuing our ‘Defining Voices In Music’ series presented by Luster Pink/Walgreens. Fantasia’s back with new music, renewed faith and sharing the lessons she learned from Aretha and why you'll never see her judging a talent show! #DefiningVoices #BlackMusicMonth365 #CafeMocha

Duration:00:29:38

Happy Fathers Day

6/14/2019
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CAFE MOCHA continues our celebration of Black Music Month. Have you seen the Teddy Pendergrass documentary on Showtime? We’re talking to the director of the movie "If You Don’t Know Me By Now." Plus, we watched them go from full-time r&b heartthrobs to taking on daddy duties and touring on weekends. Dru HIll joins us. #BlackMusicMonth #TeddyPendergrass

Duration:00:28:07

Black Music Month: Defining Voices’

6/7/2019
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We’re celebrating June Black Music Month with our ‘Women in Music with Defining Voices’ series presented by Luster Pink. This week we’ve got En Vogue original member Terry Ellis who joins us to talk about how they maintain their timeless sound and look! And what next in 2020 for their 30th anniversary. #definingvoices #Envogue #blackmusic365

Duration:00:35:42

Celebrating Black Music Month - H.E.R

6/7/2019
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It’s Black Music Month and Cafe Mocha kicks things off with H.E.R. This week, the guitar is a common instrument, right? So why was she told not to play? Since then, H.E.R and her guitar have performed everywhere from Black Girls Rock to the GRAMMY stage where she took home Best R&B Album. Her next stop is the mainstage at Essence. This week, Loni Love, YoYo and Angelique catch up with H.E.R.

Duration:00:29:42

We Will Win

5/28/2019
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This week on Café Mocha: Egypt Sherrod went from a radio personality to knocking down walls and flipping houses on HGTV. She talks about her new baby and the tragedy so many mothers face in the delivery room. Plus, 3x Grammy-nominated gospel singer Jekalyn Carr is inspiring people with her new book and conference that teaches us to win!

Duration:00:32:32

Thriving Businesswomen

5/17/2019
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She's one of the hardest working women in the biz. Vivica Fox joins us to talk about her book "Everyday I'm Hustlin". She'll give tips on how to re-invent ourselves and be fabulous in our 50s. Plus, we want to get your hair Naturalicious for summer.

Duration:00:33:11

Happy Mother's Day

5/13/2019
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This week on Cafe Mocha Syleena Johnson is an R&B singer, new author, full time talk show host and wife. How does she balance all that with motherhood? The Best she can. She joins us to talk about her new music and how she learned to love her body again. Plus, its a big week for Bishop Vashtie Murphy Mckenzie’s Selah conference as it heads to Atlanta. She talks about her goal to bring women together from all walks of life and go beyond networking and truly help build one another up.

Duration:00:30:47

A 90s Comedy Reunion

5/6/2019
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It’s a 90s comedy reunion this weekend on Cafe Mocha. Terri J. Vaughn talks about her role as producer and shares her new movie. Cedric the Entertainer has hit it big with his new sitcom on CBS. Plus, we want to send you and a friend to the 2019 Essence Festival presented by Coca-Cola. Download the Café Mocha radio app and enter to win.

Duration:00:34:43

That's What Love Can Do

5/2/2019
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This week on Café Mocha, it’s been a bumpy road for Robin Thicke lately, lawsuits, the loss of his father and marriage, it’s a time of new beginnings. He’s candid about the legacy of his father, the struggle to find his voice and gives us a backstage view of the breakout hit series – The Masked Singer. Plus…so you want to go to the 25th Essence Festival presented by Coca-Cola with us? Just download the café mocha app! #onlyoncafemocha #newbeginnings #robinthicke

Duration:00:27:57

Happy Easter

4/19/2019
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Cafe Mocha is celebrating Easter with two men of God. Kirk Franklin’s got a new album and will be soon be embarking his Long. Live. Love tour. One of our favorite motivational speakers Devon Franklin tells the "Truth About Men" from his book and shares moments from his new movie ‘Breakthrough’. Corinthians 5:17. Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here! #happyEaster #MenofGod #Breakthrough #lovetheory

Duration:00:29:56

The Legacy Continues

4/16/2019
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Legacy Builders This week on Cafe Mocha we watched Mario go from a sweet, little kid to a grown man. He talks about his road to fame and how he reconstructed his career. Speaking of construction, we're about to get a history lesson from a woman whose ancestor learned to lay bricks as a slave. Cheryl McKissack’s family legacy has led to one of the oldest black owned construction companies in the country. #legacybuilding #mochamovement #Mario #supportblack

Duration:00:35:12

Cafe Mocha Goes To Broadway!

3/29/2019
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Cafe Mocha Goes To Broadway! Have you seen Broadway’s Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations? We’ll meet Award Winning Writer Dominique Morisseau, the black woman who brought it to broadway. #AintTooProudMusical

Duration:00:46:10

CAFÉ MOCHA’S CELEBRATION OF WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH

3/22/2019
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CAFÉ MOCHA’S CELEBRATION OF WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH CONTINUES with everyday women making a difference. Tragil Wade runs her brother Dwayne Wade’s Foundation. She says a lot of young ladies are hiding a family secret and she’s there to help them cope. Annette Nance Holt’s son fell victim to Chicago’s senseless gun violence. She shared how to find Purpose Over Pain! #saluteher #saluteyou #purposeoverpain

Duration:00:35:07

Attorney Michael Avenatti

3/15/2019
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Attorney Michael Avenatti is best known as the lawyer who represented Stormy Daniels in the case against Donald Trump. He's now in the middle of the R. Kelly scandal representing multiple R. Kelly victims, their parents, and whistleblowers. Avenatti joins the ladies of Cafe Mocha to explain some of the evidence, why this case is different, and how the video he turned over is so clear you can see the mole on R. Kelly's back. #SurvivingRKelly

Duration:00:17:44

Misty's Story...

3/11/2019
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MISTY’S STORY… This week Prima ballerina Misty Copeland was told her body wasn’t right for ballet, she never stopped believing in herself and now she’s the first African American principal ballerina for the American Ballet Theater. She joins Café Mocha to talk about share her journey and fighting past the naysayers! #mistycopeland #trailblazer #historymaker #believing

Duration:00:15:41

Feeling ‘Worthy’ with India.Arie

3/1/2019
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She was rocking natural hair long before it was in style, taught us we didn’t have to look like video girls and are ‘Worthy’…India Arie is back. This week she shares what to expect from her new music, tour and the impact she’s had on a generation of sistas! #mochamovement #india.arie #worthy

Duration:00:17:40

A WOMAN OF POWER’… Regina King

2/22/2019
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She has already received a Golden Globe for her role in "If Beale Street Could Talk."…will Regina King take home her first Oscar? This week, she shares her start on “227" to walking the Oscar red carpet. Plus, we’re going inside Black Enterprise's Women of Power Summit where we'll catch Presidential hopeful Kamala Harris, Chaka Khan and the NBA’s first African-American female CEO of the Dallas Mavericks. #powermoves #blackoscars #nostoppingusnow #womenofpower

Duration:00:20:13

Be Fierce and Fabulous!

2/15/2019
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Be fierce and fabulous! Need to know how to reinvent yourself and stay relevant? This week we’ve got Vivica Fox. She talks about her Hollywood Hustle, the daytime talk show ‘Face the Truth’ and book “Everyday I’m Hustlin” . Get her advise on hustling hard, being fierce and fabulous…she just gets better with time….Vivica Fox only on Café Mocha!

Duration:00:19:32