Questlove is ready to share his vast music knowledge with the world in a new medium.

The Roots drummer often shares behind-the-scenes music tidbits and facts on Twitter and Instagram -- his mixes are not to be messed with either. And now, Questlove will be embarking on a new path, with his own Pandora Radio station dubbed "Questlove Supreme."

The show will have Questlove take over for three hours. Afterwards, replays will run for 48-hours on the channel each week. On top of music, Questlove will be interviewing some notables. So far, R&B producer Bob Power, who's responsible for Erykah Badu's "On & On" is slated to be on the show. New Zealand indie singer Kimbra will also make an appearance. And lest we forget, Saturday Night Live! star Maya Rudolph is also scheduled to stop by the show.

No word yet on who else will show up to Questlove Supreme, but we're sure that his fellow Soulquarians (Erykah Badu, Bilal, Common, D'Angelo, Talib Kweli, Q-Tip and more), will eventually be making an appearance. Either way, we're sure this will give Apple Music's Beats 1 Radio and Spotify Radio some fierce competition. Questlove also serves as strategic adviser and Pandora’s first artist ambassador.

Questlove Supreme debuts September 7 at 1 p.m. EST/10 a.m. PST. Replays will run for 48-hours on the channel each week. In the meantime, peep the exclusive curated mixtape here.