The Mix(ed)tape Podcast has a central playlist as well as season and series specific playlists of Afro-Latin music that highlights both the beauty and joy of being Black as well as the injustice and racism that Black people are subject to. The playlist is currently at 900+ songs and can be accessed on Spotify.
Songs included in the playlist are the guides for episode titles, are briefly discussed at the start of every episode and are addressed in depth in our Were You Listening? series. The WYL? playlist can be accessed through these links on Spotify or Apple Music.
Music is an important part of the podcast and is incorporated in every episode. Each season has its own playlist providing easy access to your favorite songs of each season or series. Season 1 playlists can be accessed through these links on Spotify or Apple Music.
The season 2 playlist is especially special as music for this season reflects the rhythms addressed in the episode. Become more familiar with the rhythms we address by listening to the season 2 playlist accessed through these links on Spotify or Apple Music.
Songs associated with our season can be found through these links on Spotify or Apple Music. Songs that are not included in this playlist that listeners believe should be included can be recommended via the Mix(ed)tape instagram page @mixedtape.podast or Mix(ed)tape Facebook page.
Our Arroz Con Salsa AAPI playlist emerged following our single Hong Kong Mambo and our Were You Listening? episode, Ojos Chinos. This playlist highlights Afro-Latin songs with Asian and Asian-Latin references. The Arroz Con Salsa playlist can be accessed through these links on Spotify or Apple Music.
Finally, our newest playlist is our Kizomba Black Pride playlist that was inspired by our Dança Kizomba episode and our Were You Listening? episode, África Terra Querida.The Kizomba Black Pride playlist highlights Angolan music with an emphasis on (you guessed it) Black pride! Kizomba Black Pride playlist can be accessed through Spotify.
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