A typical Saturday morning in a Black household between the ’70s to ’90s consisted of blaring soul music with sprinklings of hip-hop videos and a few episodes of shows like A Different World and Soul Train to the tune of cleaning the house. The music of the day made up a relevant portion of many Gen X and millennial childhoods, branching out to GenZ as traditions often do. Credit to these Saturday morning experiences is the intergenerational soundtrack to Black life.

To close out Black Music Month, and because we heard we missed a few of your favorites earlier this month, here are 20 more songs that almost every Black person knows.