Celebrating Women In Music With Turning The Tables NPR Music's ambitious Turning the Tables series re-imagines the popular music canon by putting women and non-binary musicians at the center. All Songs Considered recently had a great conversation about the project, and today we bring that conversation to your Pop Culture Happy Hour feed.
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Celebrating Women In Music With Turning The Tables

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NPR Music's ambitious Turning the Tables series re-imagines the popular music canon by putting women and non-binary musicians at the center. All Songs Considered recently had a great conversation about the project, and today we bring that conversation to your Pop Culture Happy Hour feed.

Show Notes:

The audio was produced and edited by Vincent Acovino and Jessica Reedy.

Correction Sept. 12, 2018

An earlier version of the episode misidentified the artist behind the song "Feeling Myself." The song is by Nicki Minaj, not Cardi B.