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23 year old Pittsburgh native RapStarr a.k.a. Hurricane Cam has an agenda when it comes to the Hip Hop industry. With his music, he attends to bring back the essence of lyricism, storytelling, and knowledge within the Hip Hop cultures. Having his mother worked at the news side of Pittsburgh’s radio WAMO from 10-14 years, RapStarr grew up learning the ins and outs of the music business. His love for Hip Hop as an artist began when he was 9 years old. He recalls a time when he first bought his first CD, the “8 Mile” Soundtrack by Eminem. RapStarr refers to several of legendary artists such as Eminem, 50 Cent/G-Unit, LL Cool J, 2pac, and Lil’ Kim as his influences. He compares his style of lyric ability to the era of 1990’s and early 2000’s Hip Hop.
Throughout his college career at California University of Pennsylvania, RapStarr has begun to become a superstar. He perform at the Black Student Union’s Talent Showcase and making it to the college newspaper, he performed at the AIDS Awareness Concert, he attended the Hip Hop conference and met Hip Hop pioneers KRS-One and Doug E Fresh, and even off campus as he opened up for the Hopsin concert with his professor/DJ the summer of 2012. To add to his belt he has also performed at Faded Fest Summer Hip Hop and the 2013 Hip Hop Mania concert sponsored by Earth Entertainment.
The most recent songs that he have recorded is “Late at Night”, “Black Nation”, “Dear Maria”, “The Conversation”, and “The Marijuana Dreamin”. These songs are featured on his first highly anticipated mixtape called “The Resurrection of Hip Hop”. With a title like that, you can only expect greatness from this artist.
I have a message for citizens of America today. Find the youtube Pray for Peace by Reba. And then I ask that you work for peace.
It is a good thing to place prosperity first in all you do. Working for prosperity is life changing emotionally, physically, and financially. Prosperity is always at the top of my to-do-list. Everything I do I expect to reap rewards. I find happiness in successes. Helping others find jobs leads to the successes people seek in their lives. Jobs begin with the daily productivity I embrass daily. Having faith in bringing about change is where a prayer life comes in. Prayer done properly is uplifting. Daily prayer keeps you humble and forceful as the situation requires. Praise is the tool to carry in your heart for peace.
Realizing politics is the place where our nation seeks improvements when we can't go it along. Realizing political knowledge and the application of political knowledge strengthens the masses. The key to success is the application of knowledge. Politics, praise, and productivity leads to prosperity. Application is the action that must be put forth once you have the knowledge. Never cease to learn. Life is contance change. Trying to live a today of a century ago is not productivity. Living in the past is at best, applying traditions which are proven benefiticial, to today, to make better tomorrows. When a man ceases to accept change, it is time for pasture. When a man only complains and is unable or unwilling to act on knowledge to change things, it is time for pasture. Prosperity can be yours but only if you are willing to apply the required knowledge to bring about prosperity. Complain and find yourself in the same place, same time next year complaining. Identify issues that require change and find where you can initiate change to lead to solutions. Apply your learned knowledge to reach successes for days of peace and a pleasant retirement.
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This week's 'The Rundown with Renee' on 'Yo Momma Black Radio' is hosting a Black women's think tank. It is to address the following issues & how to empower ourselves, families, & community. Only 'US' can save 'US', & accountability & growth are a MUST!! 1.) the 2014 Black woman...
2.) Identifying & supporting culturally minded Bruthas...
3.) raising our next generation of young revolutionaries...
4.) Overcoming the absence of a father...
5.) Effects of sexual abuse & promiscuity...
6.) mental, physical, & nutritional health & well-being of Sistars...
7.) Black lesbianism & connections with homosexual Black men..
8.) building Sistar solidarity...
9.) dating, marriage, & polygamy...
10.) natural hair movement.. Wed July 23rd @ 8pm CST, click the link for the show, or to Listen/ Comment/ Question, call (929) 477-3763... Don't miss it!
Tonight we will discuss in detail if Queens are just doing what has to be done or are they just to indendent for their own good? This topic can go either way so join us at 8pmCST while Brother Aaron Jordan is live from Las Vegas.
The Hushmo Black Forum follows current events and news relevant to the African American community. The moderator initiates thought-provoking discussions and conversation for the listing audience throughout cyberspace . Members and guests of Hushmo’s online public forum are diverse individuals who have passionate insights and perspectives on African American issues that range from day-to-day life, politics, media, history, books, sports, entertainment, style, beauty and more.
The forum features a blog for members to post comments and interact. Writers highlight everything from movies and celebrity fashion to local human interest stories and lifestyle advice.
The Hushmo Black Forum airs online on Blog Talk Radio every Saturday at 7pm. On Blog Talk Radio, Hushmo Black has taken an in-depth look at the prolific African American activist W.E.B Du Bois. Hushmo Black has also reviewed and discussed Jimmy C. Cameron's newly released book “RACISM and HATE: an AMERICAN REALITY” and his first book "The Water Boy: The Life and Trials of Jimmy C. Cameron," which documents the life of Jimmy C Cameron and the Cameron family history in the state of Georgia covering some 230 years and windup centering on an epiphany he had when wounded in the Vietnam War in 1966."
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After a week off I'm back. This week will be a bit different as I have no announced guest. This weeks show will be my mid year review. Currently this year I have been to 14 wrestling shows. Each show has had excellent matches. I will pick atleast 1 match from each card and talk about it. I will also pick my mid year Wrestler Of The Year as well as mid year Match Of The Year. What's your favorite match of the year so far? Call in and discuss with me (323)870-402
Tonight Joel Heller and I talk about everything Duluth Politics.
Joel Heller joins me tonight we talk about the 8th congressinal district and republican party fighiting, also the 7A house seat. We also will talk about a for sure candidate for Duluth Mayor, plus I am sure much more.
The highly anticipated summer mixtape of The B.A.R.S. Crew, SOUNDBYTE, was released on 7/20.
Bailey Langford aka T.R.A.M.A. (the realest and most artistic)
Bailey grew up in Oakdale, LA....he mostly listened to country music at that time. In fact the first album he ever bought was a Taylor Swift CD. He didn't get into hip hop until he moved to Lake Charles, LA in high school..after listening to Lil Wayne's Carter 2 he fell in love with words and felt that he needed to relieve his mind by writing down the wordplay driven metaphors he thought of.....A few years later he connected with Delshun Mays while working in a local grocery store. After listening to Delshun's mixtape roc hard ep...he decided to put what he was writing down into music and co founded The B.A.R.S. Crew with him that same year.
Jamaal Delshun Bellow aka Delshun Mays
Jamaal was born and raised in Oakland, California. He started writing short stories as a kid ....after listening to keep your head up by Tupac he decided to start writing poetry. He didn't get into writing music until he moved to Elton, La the summer before his freshman year of high school. He suffered an immediate culture shock by the move. .that coupled with the death of a close family member, he went into a severe depression only writing peoms and listening to "Georgia" by Ray Charles. One day Jamaal got his hands on the Marshall Mathers Lp by Eminem and was very intrigued by the story telling word play Eminem used in his songs and decided to write his own raps. He wrote a song a day until he graduated from high school. About a year or so after graduating, he decided to start recording his vocals...he didn't let anybody know he was recording. He used this time as a period to find his style and sound. .until he released his first mixtape Roc Hard ep 2011. That same year he met Trama and co founded The B.A.R.S. Crew.
Since our listening audience only received a one sided, impromptu interview with our college radio intern a few weeks ago when she was brand new to the job...we decided to bring her back with a little more knowledge and insight.
So how does an Independent Label go about obtaining information on how they can get Artist exposure on College Radio Stations? With so many stations across the country, this could get rather tedious. Luckily, there is a list of College Radio stations that provides the phone number, email address, point of contact, and the genre(s) that the station plays. But that is only half of the job. Someone still needs to contact these radio stations and find out just what information is needed to air Artists on their stations.
Well WELCOME ABOARD to Collge Radio Intern *MJ_Kidd*!!
This young lady is a hard working, dedicated, enthusiastic, Honor Roll student with a very uncanny ear for music. A natural whiz when it comes to Science, and a new found love for math, she is wise beyond her years. Her true passion is for music and fashion design.
**MJ_KiDD** is a thirteen year old with a love for #ALLTHINGSMUSIC. You can always catch her with her celly, earbuds in her ears, listening to one of 407 songs and a notepad and pen. She is jotting down lyrics, tapping out beats, and giving her own personal opinion of music. She likes music from the 70's-90's. It's her love for the strong, more intense, captivating, off the wall beats that made Metal 2 Music Executive Franz Ates take an interest in her. She loves how his beats are "out the box. Unlike any I have ever heard." On an upcoming instrumental mixtape produced by Franz you will find her serving as the creative designer.
Acting as College Radio intern allows her to learn more about an industry she already loves immensely.