Questlove‘s long-running Questlove Supreme podcast has taken home the trophy for Best Music Podcast at the 2023 iHeartPodcast Awards.

The fifth annual ceremony took place on Tuesday (March 14). Remaining a virtual event, the show was streamed on iHeartRadio’s YouTube Channel and Facebook Page while simultaneously broadcasting on iHeartMedia radio stations nationwide as well as the iHeartRadio app.

Charlamagne Tha God presented the award to The Roots frontman – adding to his ever-growing trophy collection which includes an Oscar for directing his Summer of Soul documentary as well as six Grammys.

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Questlove Supreme, described as “a combination of interviews, humor, pop culture and music” launched in 2016 on Pandora. After three years with the streaming app, the show moved to iHeart in 2019 where it has remained since. Guests during its seven year tenure have included the likes of Q-Tip, Solange, Babyface, Maya Rudolph and many more.

The win follows a big 2022 for Quest, after the multi-award winning Summer of Soul (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised) doc not only shone a light on the Harlem Cultural Festival – it helped revive the festival entirely.

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More than 50 years later, the Harlem Cultural Festival will return this year under the reimagined name of the Harlem Festival of Culture (HFC). The annual multi-day outdoor festival will be held at Harlem’s Marcus Garvey Park (previously known as Mount Morris Park), the same place where the 1969 event featured in Questlove’s film — which boasted performances from Stevie Wonder, Nina Simone and more — took place.

The film won Best Documentary Feature at the 2022 Oscars, followed by Best Music Film at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards a week later.

While accepting his first Oscar for his directorial debut, Questlove paid tribute to the community of Harlem. “This is not about me,” he said during his emotional acceptance speech. “This is about marginalized people in Harlem that needed to heal from pain.”

Looking to build on the success of Summer of Soul, the Philadelphia native is executive producing an upcoming documentary on James Brown alongside his Roots running mate Black Thought and The Rolling Stones’ Mick Jagger.