Questlove took center stage collecting his Grammy Award after his Oscar win was overshadowed by that slap from Will Smith last week.
Questlove paid tribute to the “marginalized people in Harlem that needed to heal from pain,” during his heartfelt acceptance speech.
Questlove celebrated “bringing Black joy to the world,” as he collected the win for his film highlighting the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival.
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“When you create more from your heart, that’s where the magic starts. And so that’s where we’re coming from.”
Questlove has been racking up the awards with his critically acclaimed directorial debut, and now he’s received an Oscar nomination.
Janet Jackson explained why she made it a point to include renowned musicologist/The Roots co-founder Questlove in her critically acclaimed tell-all documentary!
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Questlove’s ‘Summer of Soul’ soundtrack features 17 live renditions of songs performed at the Harlem Cultural Festival in 1969.
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The documentary shines a light on a star-studded concert series from 1969.
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Questlove is bringing the story of the Harlem Cultural Festival aka “Black Woodstock” to the big screen!
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The Roots drummer is launching a new digital series with the 128-year-old brand.