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You can find him spinning to the likes of almost every major celebrity in America, and abroad. Cool-V has mega-events such as The Grammy’s After Parties, The Pre-Oscar Party and Will Smith’s Movie Premiere Events (in the states & overseas) under his belt. The Essence Festival, The Magic Johnson Foundation, State Farm’s 50 Million Pound Challenge, ESPN, the Super Bowl, the NBA Allstar Weekend, CIAA Weekend and many more are additions to his entertainment credit.
Even after over 30 prosperous years in the entertainment industry, Cool-V continues to maintain his longevity while still pioneering innovative works. He lacks no creative constraints, and has the ability to move flawlessly through multiple genres of music outside of the Hip Hop world. Simply put, Cool-V is undoubtedly one of the most sought after DJ's in the world.
For over three decades, heavyweight hip-hop producer and mixologist Cutmaster Cool-V has bought unmatched talent and work ethic to the music industry. Born in Elizabeth NJ, he’s touched numerous gold and platinum records by an array of artists; including Biz Markie, Big Daddy Kane, Kool G Rap and Technotronic.
As a member of the Queens' Bridge based Juice Crew All-Stars, he began working side by side with Hip Hop groundbreaking radio personality the late DJ Mr. Magic, in the late eighties.
He is one of three DJ's who are among the first to command the stage at the historical NAACP Awards. Cool-V also counts musical production credits on The Oprah Winfrey Show to his thorough repertoire of accomplishments.
Pastor John C. Fitzpatrick Jr. of One Love Ministries joins to discuss "GOD Belongs In My City", a prayer walk taking place in Durham, NC.Professor La Della Levy joins us to discuss black women in politics-How far have they come?Reverend Travis T. Judkins,Instructor of Religion and Ethics at Shaw University Department of Religion and Philosophy joins us to discuss Homophobia in the 21st Century ChurchJohn Dell, Sports Columnist at The Winston Salem Journal joins us to recap the Rams game vs Fayetteville State and previews their game vs Johnson C Smith.?And we open the phone lines to take your phone calls in our blogtalk chat room..Listen live at 646-929-0130 .Interested in advertising on the show, email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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First hour of Guest:
Professor La Della Levy M.A, M.Ed joins us to discuss black women in politics-How far have they come?
Reverend Travis T. Judkins, M.A., M.Div.,Instructor of Religion and Ethics at Shaw University Department of Religion and Philosophy joins us to discuss Homophobia in the 21st Century Church.
Pastor John C. Fitzpatrick Jr. of One Love Ministries joins to discuss "GOD Belongs In My City", a prayer walk taking place in Durham, NC this weekend.
Second hour of Guest:
Coach Jaques Curtis, women's basketball coach at Shaw University recaps their big win over Winston Salem State and previews their up coming game at Fayetteville State.
John Dell, Sports Columnist at The Winston Salem Journal joins us to recap the Rams game vs Fayetteville State and previews their game vs Johnson C Smith
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Congratulate and share stories with Former Teaneck HS basketball coach, Coach Curtis March. Tune in to hear how he felt about being honored and having the HS gym named after him. Let's talk about what it truly means to be a successful coach. Get your pen and paper ready to capture these valuable nuggets.
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Catrina Reese, with her angelic voice and musical talent, knew she was destined for the stage. At an early age her talent shone through with eagerness and validity at family events. She was introduced to the world of bright lights, studio recording, and professional singing when she began vocalizing back up for many groups at a young age. One experience, with Dorothy Norwood in 1988, opened up her magical gift of song even more. All these advantages led up to the formation of the musical group, New Generations in 1989. Under the direction of Gary and Belinda Jackson Ingram, the group became an opening act for Gospel’s legendary Shirley Caesar in Charlotte, NC.
Between the years of 2000-2004 she performed at many local events such as Pease Auditorium with Beverly Crawford and belted out the National Anthem at several sporting events such as the former Charlotte Hornets basketball game, CIAA tournament, Charlotte Knights pro baseball game, and Charlotte Checkers hockey game. She did not limit her talent to just sporting events, she also lended her voice to the Charlotte Choral Society and the Charlotte Singing Christmas tree. To round out 2004 she entered a 600-constestant talent audition for the “Gimme the Mike-Charlotte” sponsored by WSOC Channel 9 and won. This landed her the opportunity to open up for Yolanda Adams and Dettick Haddon at Charlotte’s Ovens Auditorium.
Source Nation! Join us tonight from 6-8 for Sports Tuesday with Steve Manderson as he brings you the latest highlights in Sports
At 6:15 Mye Adri-Join us as Steve welcomes Professional Football Player Mye Adri into the studio to discuss her amazing journey of being added to the 2016 roster for the Derby City Dynamite a WFA (Women's Football Alliance) team in Elizabethtown, KY as Wide Receiver.
At 7:15 Edd J. Hayes- Join us as Steve welcomes friend to the station Edd J. Hayes into the studio to discuss Black College Sports.
Edd J. Hayes is the publisher and archivist of Black College Sports History & Legends Archives, an online repository of the achievements of historical Black college sports leaders, players, coaches, supporters and memorable milestones. From 1984 to 1996, he published Edd Hayes Black College Sports Reports, a weekly newsletter that covered the major sports of the historically Black Colleges and Universities:
Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) NAIA (District 29, etc) Southeastern Athletic Conference (SEAC) and the NCAA Division I-AA Independent programs.
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The American mind set of Race after Obama
The Chicago Cubs sweep the MLB Awards so far
The CIAA start the NCAA playoff chase congrats to the Winston Salem State Rams
The NBA love fest in Bay Area with the Golden State Warriors 14 game start-
Soul Tree Radio in the Raw, Pad Nation, and The Batchelor Pad and Cowboy Reggie Howell of WCLM 1450 Richmond Va., The Mighty O-ba of WUFO 1080 Buffalo New York and the 707 with the 609.
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Welcome to the 2015 90 Degree Show Celebration Bowl! The bowl game to kick off the bowl season will be the champions of the Southwestern Athletic Conference in Alcorn State University, against the champions of the Mid Eastern Athletic Confernce in North Carolina A&T State University. We will talk about this matchup, what we thought about the game, what we thought about this year overall in bands and who we think will win the Honda. This bowl was a great experience on TV, but can we get the SIAC and the CIAA involved? We brainstorm about how we can add our two other conferences in a bowl game or ask should the teams play each other? This is our last broadcast before the Honda Battle of the Bands in 2016. Tonight we welcome the great Christy Walker and the owner and founder of Block Band Music and Publishing, Rashad Watters. You can email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org, tweet us @marchingpodcast or follow our blog at blog4.themarchingpodcast.com
Guest:Dr Kenyatta Cavil of The THG Agency joins us to recap the weekend in HBCU Football and unveils his Top 10(s).Jaquie McWliliams, Commissioner of The CIAA joins us to discuss various topics related to the conference.Dr Wilmer J Leon III, Syndicated Talk show host on XM Sattelite radio joins us to discuss the latest in political, social and foreign affair news. And we open up the phones/chat room for your comments and questions!Join L.A. Batchelor for all the great discussions.Listen live at 646-929-0130 or at www.blogtalkradio.com/la-batchelor Interested in advertising with us, email me at email@example.com
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