The #SoulBackPodcast is becoming a big deal so it's only fitting that we have the tallest man in R&B on this week's episode. We bring in Montell Jordan to the episode to breakdown his history in the music. Along with having one of the most recognized party anthems of all time ("This Is How We Do It"), the 6'8 hitmaker also wrote two of the most popular songs of the 90's ("Incomplete" by Sisqo and "Nobody's Supposed To Be Here" by Deborah Cox. We also talk to him about the unreleased Queen project with Deborah, Tamia and Kelly Price. We discuss his move to the Gospel world and a possible return to R&B soon. We also touch on new music from the likes of Robin Thicke, Avant and Jagged Edge.
0:01:53: Is Solange's new album "When I Get Home" actually good?
0:04:00: Our thoughts on Jagged Edge's new autotuned single "Closest Thing to Perfect"
0:07:38: Avant returns with new single "Not Gone Lose"
0:09:10: Robin Thicke is back with "That's What Love Can Do"
0:11:33: New music from JoJo Hailey, Tao Soprano, Lion Babe, Lipstick Gypsy
0:16:20: Montell Jordan joins the podcast
0:17:00: Almost losing his life on tour with freak accident
0:19:00: Thoughts on inaccurately being labeled as a "one hit wonder"
0:23:25: The hidden gem "Coulda Woulda Shoulda" with Case
0:24:30: The backstory behind "Incomplete" by Sisqo and "Nobody's Supposed To Be Here"
0:27:37: The transition into the Church and gospel music
0:32:07: What happened to the Queen project with Deborah Cox, Tamia and Kelly Price?
0:40:47: Looking back at the Def Soul era
0:43:20: Is Montell Jordan making an R&B comeback?
0:44:53: The right way of adding Hip Hop influences into R&B songs
0:52:46: R&B Trivia featuring Keith Sweat songs
0:57:53: Playa Please Award: R. Kelly goes to McDonalds after getting out of jail