WNBA All-Star players take in the sights and sounds of Teyana Taylor’s first All-Star performance. | Photo by Melissa Majchrzak/NBAE via Getty Images
Atlanta-based journalist and content creator Bria Felicien rejoins Jasmine Baker on “Players of the New School” to continue their discussion on WNBA basketball and culture.
Music and basketball go together like peanut butter and jelly. The world hasn’t been the same since Kurtis Blow’s infamously-titled hit, “Basketball.” Atlanta writer, podcaster and audiophile Bria Felicien sat down with Jasmine Baker in a two-part episode of “Players of the New School.” The up-and-coming journalist has a unique approach to sports, recently publishing an R&B album thread for NWSL teams.
The #NWSL is supposed to return tomorrow. I want more people to watch with me.
To prepare, I humbly present… NWSL teams as R&B albums: https://t.co/84tIa36PZ6
— Bria Felicien (@briafelicien) June 26, 2020
The COVID-19 season was considered in the team listings. Felicien decided to approach the list pre-opt-outs. The 2020 WNBA Draft presented a loaded class as they experience first “bubble” season in league history. Many will be streaming hours upon hours of music this summer to pass the time. Felicien dishes a few albums you can check out all summer!
The teams mentioned in the episode are listed with a link to their respective albums:
Join Baker and Felicien as they continue their discussion of basketball, music and everything in between.