The legendary Smokey Robinson sits with our very own Bugsy Buggs to discuss his legendary career. Smokey talks about his start as a songwriter and using his writing a gift from God, leaving his group The Miracles after their biggest hit “Tears of Clown” was released.
He also spoke about being a part of the civil rights movement, and the things that he had to experience as a Black group during the 1960s. They briefly spoke on the legacy of Harry Belafonte, Robinson’s job at Motown before making music again, the new album “GASMS” and much more.
Smokey Robinson also reveals that he has no plans of retiring anytime soon. Make sure to stream “GASMS” which is out right now.