African American Music Appreciation Month: Chaka Khan
African-American Music Appreciation Month rolls on, and Rhino is pleased to place the spotlight on the legendary Chaka Khan today. Although she got her start with Rufus, she’s been on her own for quite some time, and she’s more than made her mark on the charts. To celebrate her today, we’ve pulled together a six-pack of clips from Chaka’s various TV appearances over the years, and we’re also offering up the opportunity to spin her best-of set, EPIPHANY. Watch the videos, listen to the music, and remember: she feels for you…and she thinks she loves you.
1. “Tell Me Something Good,” The Midnight Special (1974)
2. “Once You Get Started” / “Stop On By,” The Mike Douglas Show (1975)
3. “You Can’t Stop The Streets,” Wogan (1985)
4. “Through The Fire” (with Alfonso Ribiero), Celebrity Duets (2006)
5. “It’s Raining Men,” The Late Show with David Letterman (2015)
6. “I’m Every Woman,” Jimmy Kimmel Live! (April 2017)