DJ Polished Solid is back with Pt. 2 of her great mix where the theme is Black. It features a lot of blaxploitation radio spots and music from the 70s. Right On. Make sure to checkout DJ Polished each and every Sunday from 4pm to 6pm on her show No Turn Unstoned right here.

Young, Gifted And Black – Aretha Franklin – [Atlantic]

Black Star – N’dambi – [Soul Brother Records]

I Am The Black Gold Of The Sun – Rotary Connection – [Beat Goes Public]

I Am The Black Gold Of The Sun (4 Hero Remix) – Nu Yorican Soul – [Epic]

Black Mystery Has Been Revealed – Rahsaan Roland Kirk – [Atlantic]

Big Black Funky Slave – Eddie Simpson – [BBE]

Proud To Be Black – Run-D.M.C. – [Rhino]

Freaky Black – Mos Def – [Geffen Records]

Black & Blue – Yan Tregger – [BBE]

I’m Black (A Word From Tom Ason) – Sho Baraka – [Reach Records]

I’m Black – Styles P – [Ruff Ryders]

Inner City Boundaries – Freestyle Fellowship – [4th & Broadway]

Black Barbie – Little Jackie – [S-Curve Records]

Be Real Black for Me – Roberta Flack & Donny Hathaway – [Rhino]

Black Shampoo – Radio Spots From The Blaxploitation Movie Era – [Waste Management Music]

Is It Because I’m Black (Extended) – Syl Johnson – [Twilight Records]

Black Street Fighter – Radio Spots From The Blaxploitation Movie Era – [Waste Management Music]

Black Pride – Kofi – Reggae Hits Vol. 5 – [Jet Star Music Ltd]

Black Mama, White Mama – Radio Spots From The Blaxploitation Movie Era – [Waste Management Music]

Black Organ – Jackie Mittoo – [Universal Sound]

Black Belt Jones – Radio Spots From The Blaxploitation Movie Era – [Waste Management Music]

Blackgunn – Radio Spots From The Blaxploitation Movie Era – [Waste Management Music]

Black Girl – Lenny Kravitz – [Virgin]

Black Cherry – Quincy Jones – [Rykodisc]

Blacula – Radio Spots From The Blaxploitation Movie Era – [Waste Management Music]

Black Beauty – Ahmad Jamal – [Epic/Legacy]

Carat Black Theme – The 24-Carat Black – [IRMA Records]

Black Foot – The Bamboos – [Tru Thoughts]

Say It Loud, I’m Black And I’m Proud, Pt .1 – James Brown – [Polygram Records]

Say It Loud (I’m Black And I’m Proud) – Lou Donaldson – [Blue Note]

Black And Blue – Meat Katie – [Quango]

Black Woman – Judy Mowatt – [Shanachie]

Black Rodeo – Radio Spots From The Blaxploitation Movie Era – [Waste Management Music]

Black Star Barber Shop – H B Barnum – [MGM Music]

Blackman – Osunlade – [Soul Jazz Records]

Me and My Peoples Eyes – Moodymann – [Peacefrog Holdings Ltd.]

Black Mahogani – Moodymann – [Peacefrog Digital Ltd.]

Black Pigeon – Michael Naura – [IRMA Records]

Be Black Baby – Grady Tate – [Skye]

Blacula (The Stalkwalk) – Gene Page – [RCA Victor]

Black – Ken Nordine – [Asphodel Records]

Black Radio Feat. Mos Def – Robert Glasper – [Blue Note Records]

Blackman Know Yourself – Femi Kuti – [MCA Records]

Blacula Strikes – Gene Page – [RCA Victor]

Black Rite – Mandingo and his orchestra – [Plastic Records]

Bold And Black – Ramsey Lewis Trio – [Cadet]

Five On The Black Hand Side (Featuring Keisa Brown & Prime Cut) – H B Barnum – [MGM Music]

2000Black Feat. Roy Ayers – MM. Black – [2000 Black Records]

Dr. Black And Mr. Hyde – Radio Spots From The Blaxploitation Movie Era – [Waste Management Music]

Am I Black Enough For You? – Billy Paul – [Sony]

Young, Gifted and Black – Jay-Z – [Roc Nation]

Black Caesar – Radio Spots From The Blaxploitation Movie Era – [Waste Management Music]

9th Wonder (Blackitolism) – Digable Planets – [Pendulum Records]

Red Black And Green – Roy Ayers – [Universal Motown Records Group]

Five On The Black Hand Side – Radio Spots From The Blaxploitation Movie Era – [Waste Management Music]

2000 Black – Roy Ayers – [Universal Motown Records Group]

Black Maybe – Syreeta – [Motown]

U, Black Maybe Feat. Bilal – Common – [Universal Music Group]

Black Land Of The Nile – Masequa Myers – [Jazzman]

The Black Five – Roy Ayers Ubiquity – [Polydor]

Blacklist Feat. MF Doom & Aesop Rock – Prefuse 73 – [Warp]

Ivan Orr is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, performer, and writer. A native of Charlottesville, Virginia Ivan was involved with the forming and nascent days of The Music Resource Center as its first Program Director. A graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University’s Department of Music, Ivan currently resides in Richmond, VA where he maintains an active performance and production schedule while serving as the Music Editor for Grown Folks Music, a position he has held since 2010.