Sister, Sister: Why Was “Slow Jam” by Usher Replaced?

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Image this: it is 1998 and you’ve got turned on the Cinderella-themed episode of Sister, Sister, known as “Shoeless,” simply in time to catch Tamera (Tamera Mowry) and Jordan (Deon Richmond) dancing to “Gradual Jam” by Usher and Monica. Sadly, that will have to remain a reminiscence, because the Netflix model of Sister, Sister has changed “Gradual Jam” with “Runnin” by Bellringer. If the track appears misplaced, that is as a result of it’s — “Runnin” got here out in 2009.

The change first happened through the syndication of Sister, Sister — even the entire DVD collection options the change. When you’re questioning why the change, notably since “Gradual Jam” completely encapsulates the second within the episode, the most probably perpetrator is licensing rights: both Sister, Sister‘s contract ran out or “Gradual Jam” was too costly to license in perpetuity.

Sister, Sister is not the one current Netflix addition to run into this subject; Moesha followers additionally seen a number of the music had been changed when it first hit the streamer on Aug. 1. When you’re actually lacking the magic “Gradual Jam” lends to the scene, we advise watching Sister, Sister on mute as you play the track your self.



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