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Precious Paris was introduced to the world as 50 Cent's G-Unit crew female MC a few years ago. However, we didn't get to see much of her after that. 2015 she popped up on VH1's hit reality soap opera Love And Hip Hop New York to work with Rich Dollaz. Things got a bit heated when she encountered Jhonni Blaze, one of Rich's artist who he has been mixing business and pleasure with.
Tune In tonight as Precious Paris joins Jazzy F, Tori Bleu and VH1 Info to talk 50 Cent and G-unit, Love And Hip Hop and more. And of course the crew will deliver the latest in hot topics and you already know how it goes down at the end of the show. Time to give out that golden chair, The Sit The Fuck Down award.
UDG Sounds Radio: DISGUSTED: Rapper 50 Cent tweet lead to supporting of battle rapper's/underground music. Lyrical artists discussed Mickey Factz, Mistah Fab, etc...mixtapes, music, music reviews, interviews, and albums discussed.
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Twitter: @udgsounds, PattieCakes314
Join us as Debra shares her knowledge and expertise on fitness and as a personal trainer. An author, healthy lifestyle expert for 30 years, Debra Atkinson instantly connects with people to give them the tools they need to live, work and play with more energy and fun.
Debra has been speaking on fitness and life-enhancing topics for more than 25 years. She’s a member of the National Speakers Association and has spoken to hundreds of audiences of all types and sizes including church groups, women’s groups, bankers, professional fitness associations, sheriffs associations (hold the fire!), insurance groups, Health Care Associations and Golf Pros. Personal responsibility for physical activity and nutrition is the common theme in her message, whether that message is for greater productivity at work, decreasing stress levels or improving life satisfaction. She calls herself a Barely Boomer and speaks frequently on Active Aging.
You can find her at: The Voice for Fitness.
There are many out there feeling an emptiness as though something is missing in your life. Some think this void is a lack of companionship, the loss of a loved one, or something simple such as a lack of motivation. This "spiritual dehydration" drives us to seek the quenching of our thirst where we should not be. Some even have thoughts of suicide. Tune in to hear where this comes from and how to obtain " Water for Your thirst."
MINISTER BARBARA SIMMONS TOPIC ( QUENCH MY THIRST )
RECORDED 3 / 30TH / 2015 @ 4;00PM
RECORDED MY TYRONE LOWE
Join our Host, Ms. Tracy L. Bell on "Conversations Of A Sistah" as she highlights "SELMA 50" or "Bloody Sonday" which heralds the men and women who fought for Civil Rights in the 1960's. With special guest, Ms. Ashley S. Mason, Director of Tourism for Selma and Dallas County for the Selma-Dallas County, Chamber of Commerce office. This past weekend, the occasion was commemorated with a march led by President Barack Obama across the "Edmund Pettus Bridge", which is named (by the way) after a KKK Grand Wizard. Be sure and "tune in" for this historic conversation.
in Pop Culture
Kayla and Pauline first discuss their disappointment with the frenzied 50 Shades of Grey movie.
The girls then define the recently widespread pop culture term "fuckboy" and discuss what constitutes one.
They also delve into detailing what makes a "basic bitch" because many girls are unaware of the lifestyle they've fallen into.
The show ends with the girls revealing their private messagesto showcase what fuckboy game is and how bad the reality of Internet creeping has become.
50 Shades of Something on Conversations with Angie Harvey
This show is all about where are we today, 50 years after Selma. Has the movement lost all the key elements needed to move forward. As a race of people have Blacks lost focus, unity, key leadership and the drive to take the movement to the next level. Fifty years later Blacks are still facing racism, excessive force by police and a voter rights act that does not give Blacks the full voting privileges that all other groups are afforded. Ferguson is a clear example of how excessive force by police is still being used on peaceful protesters just as it was on Bloody Sunday 50 years ago.
The Celebrate Life Show host, Jean Bailey Robor, interviews Darryl R. Peebles who shares with you how you can have a night of dinner, dancing and music AND provide a fun night for the Blind and Visually Impaired. When you purchase your ticket for your night of fun on April 18, 2015, you'll actually be providing a FREE night of fun for a Blind or Visually Impaired Person. The theme is Back to the '50's so be sure to come dressed to impress! Bring your favorite guy or gal or find one while you're there! (Tip: Jean's trying to fill up her dance card!) Tune in to find out how you could win FREE tickets!
AFTER The 50 Year Selma March Celebration - with President Obama's Speech