Besides the soulful intro and outro music that cues up every show on FOX SOUL, the content therein is usually relative and on-point. From The BOOK of SEAN to The FOX SOUL REPORT to THE SCORE, the formats are professional and deep topics are broached and discussed by multimedia members of the Black Community.
BET is doing its thang, but ol’ Fox wants ‘to hang –and it’s a good look. It’s clear by the lack of set design and audio engineering levels across most shows that Fox Soul has a lighter budget than its sister station. However, the talent is authentic, enriching, and addictive.
Tyler Perry Productions yield life to the BET Network at its core, but all of the drama in the world wouldn’t amount to one pearl if it produced no financial score.
The Score is housed on Fox Soul, and its format speaks to me. The host is Malik Davis, finances are his flavor… and that speaks to me.
I get the feeling that I’m hanging out with friends when I am watching Fox Soul. Receiving the news from a talent that looks like you is feel-good gold.
That’s why Tyler Perry is a household name. The SISTAS and their misters are all the rage, but on the cool, they’re related to The House of Payne.
BET has a nice little viewing frame, but still, it takes money to hone a view. So, I’m thrown back onto Fox Soul to sit under Malik and the crew:
Both stations work, so I do what I do. I suppose I’m into keeping the score and sharing it with you.
It’s good to know how to sow your hard-earned dough. Therefore, I do not yawn. At the close of the show, I immediately go over to The Book of Sean.
Sean has much to say and it always makes sense. He pulls his cases from social media faces and enlightens the elevated and dense.
And before my day of progress doth end, I’m sure to seek out my Fox Soul Friends:
NiQuartely and Courtney. The way the two convey the news always speaks to me:
There will always be room to do better and more good in the world. Therefore, I wanted to take the time (in and out of rhyme) to voice the happiness of one girl.
I am a fan of diversity, and I love the views. BET & Fox Soul: I appreciate you!
I can say less because your broadcasts say more. I’ll never get enough of adding-it-up; kudos to The Score!