• DC RealTalk w/ Darryl Cherry

    in Relationships

     DC REAL TALK – GOD, LOVE & ROMANCE (The Doctor is In)


    Join me your host Darryl Cherry along with my co-hosts Crystal Backmon, David Massey, Sr., Kelsi M Arceneaux, Dual Victory, and Tony L. B. Word.

  • DC RealTalk w/ Darryl Cherry

    in Relationships

     DC REAL TALK – GOD, LOVE & ROMANCE (The Doctor is In)


    Join me your host Darryl Cherry along with my co-hosts Crystal Backmon, David Massey, Sr., Kelsi M Arceneaux, Dual Victory, and Tony L. B. Word.

  • DC RealTalk w/ Darryl Cherry

    in Relationships

     DC REAL TALK – GOD, LOVE & ROMANCE (The Doctor is In)


    Join me your host Darryl Cherry along with my co-hosts Crystal Backmon, David Massey, Sr., Kelsi M Arceneaux, Dual Victory, and Tony L. B. Word.

  • DC RealTalk w/ Darryl Cherry

    in Relationships

     DC REAL TALK – GOD, LOVE & ROMANCE (The Doctor is In)


    Join me your host Darryl Cherry along with my co-hosts Crystal Backmon, David Massey, Sr., Kelsi M Arceneaux, Dual Victory, and Tony L. B. Word.

  • 01:56

    Heroes of Black History

    in Politics

    THE HEROES OF BLACK HISTORY
    If you really want to know what scares America, don't fool yourself into thinking it's the Black man with a gun--this nation put them there. The scariest Black Man or Black Woman is the one with knowledge and a plan.


    Today on The Bridge Radio, we will celebrate our favorite Black heroes. Call in and discuss yours.


    In addition, we will discuss 5 Industries that Blacks should control, since we used to control some of our own commerce and destiny. Those 5 Industries include: Hair Care, Sports, Sportswear, Music, Black Media and Food products.


    We will discuss these industries from the perspective of Black pioneers who made history and the possibility of Black heroes taking back our own commerce.


    Listen to The Bridge Radio Today at 4pm Pacific as we discuss the Heroes of Black History. Join Award-Winning Author Darryl James and co-hosts Tracy Powell, Dr. John Hamilton, Marcus D. LeGall III and DJ Gates on one of the most intellectually stimulating shows on radio.


    Tune in each Sunday at 4PM Pacific Time for "The Bridge," a smarter radio show.


    Call in and add your view! (347) 857-2846 to listen LIVE and/or comment!

  • 02:01

    The Start of Black History

    in Politics

    It's Black History Month and wherever you are, you should be either studying Black History, or planning to create Black History.


    Instead of discussing some great achievements by Black men or Black women, I'd like to discuss the great achievements that lie ahead of Africans in America. Those great achievements can only occur after we define ourselves with some practicality and foresight.


    When it comes to Black History, most Africans in America start studying sometime around the beginning of the slave trade and bring it through to about the middle of the twentieth century. That's a very short history for a people with such a rich background.


    We have to decide where to begin Black History. We also have to stop talking about getting rid of Black History Month.


    Listen to The Bridge Radio Today at 4pm Pacific as we discuss the start of Black History and the argument over whether Black History Month should be abolished. Join Award-Winning Author Darryl James and co-hosts Tracy Powell, Dr. John Hamilton, Marcus D. LeGall III and DJ Gates on one of the most intellectually stimulating shows on radio.


    Tune in each Sunday at 4PM Pacific Time for "The Bridge," a smarter radio show.


    Call in and add your view! (347) 857-2846 to listen LIVE and/or comment!

  • 01:36

    Pasky Medina & Darryl D

    in Music

    Landing on earth on November 21, of 89, by the age of 9 he knew all he wanted to do is entertain. Pasky! started out freestyling with friends at parties and functions just for fun and people were amazed by his ability to freestyle better than most adults that would join in.

    Darryl D:

    I'm 24 yrs old and i been rapping and making music since the age of 14, I grew up in Orange Circle Projects In Winter Haven FL, Then Moved To G-Ville and G-Heights At Age 9 Then The rest is history check my background and you will see i cum from a bloodline of hustlers and D-Boys. But i was taught not to be like my brothers so i chose my own future but still did some side hustling along the way. My Music is based on truth, memories, ambition, motivation, and My Life Story Nothing More Or Less. The reason I Rap its like therapy for the pain and wounds i cannot heal so spill all on my notepad and knowing that its someone out there that can relate makes it all worth it. #Blessed #GMSC

  • 01:57

    Soul For Sale

    in Politics

    "Say it Loud/I'm Black & I'm Proud" was the mantra from Soul Brother Number On, James Brown. It was natural and Blacks felt him without even thinking about it.


    It was an expression of his soul


    Soul was never truly pursued by Black folks, because most of us were just born with it. Soul was as innate as our ability to absorb the rays of the sun without destruction to our skin.


    But in a nation where everything has been commoditized, even the Soul of Black folks as well as their literal souls are for sale on the open market, which means that our Soul is no longer natural and endemic to us.

    Soul is now for sale and we are not even the purveyors of the Soul that once came from us.

    In previous times, Soul came from the Black community organically and only then was it marketed and sold to the world. Brother James Brown was ours and THEN the world claimed him.

    With music and all other things cool, we created it and then the world took hold of it because we said it was cool.

    Now, a watered-down, backwards version of Soul is manufactured and purveyed to us as though it is our very own.

    But it is not.

    The Soul that we see today on the open market has been stolen and twisted.

    The stealing of our Soul should come as no surprise to anyone aware, because we were already selling it in a nation that has never treasured having a soul.


    Discuss Souls For Sale with Host Darryl James and Co-Hosts, Tracy Powell, Marcus Legall III, Dr. John Hamilton & DJ Gates on one of the smartest radio shows on the Internet--The Bridge Radio.


    Tune in each Sunday at 4PM Pacific Time for "The Bridge," a smarter radio show.

    Call in and add your view! (347) 857-2846 to listen LIVE and/or comment!

  • 02:01

    Making Love or Making Hate

    in Politics

    At some point, we have to stop claiming that people are "hating" simply because we disagree with them. There is some real hatred out there and we need to fucs.


    Some of these ignorant cops in America are hateful and that is real.


    There are racists at large who hate others.


    And, some of us even hate ourselves.


    Then, there is the hatred across the gender divide that rears its ugly head whenever discussions are held about relationship issues.


    We have to choose between loving each other or embracing the growing acrimony that is festering on both sides of the gender divide.

    Black males and females are at war with each other in many corners of this nation. Hateful things are being said back and forth, and things are getting critical.

    I’ve been trying to move people by tapping into the hot topics that cut deep into human nature. The upside is that some of us are awake and realize that even if we disagree, we can still be committed to our people, or at least have a discussion about the divergences. The downside is that many of us have no idea how to have a conversation. I get literal demands from people to have discussions with them after they have cursed me or disrespected me in their disagreement with me.


    We have to decide if we are going to hate or love and then proceed with discussions, dating, loving and living.

    Listen to The Bridge Radio today at 4pm Pacific as we discuss love, hate and the thin line between the two. Join Award-Winning Author Darryl James and co-hosts Tracy Powell, Dr. John Hamilton, Marcus D. LeGall III and DJ Gates on one of the most intellectually stimulating shows on radio.


    Tune in each Sunday at 4PM Pacific Time for "The Bridge," a smarter radio show.

    Call in and add your view! (347) 857-2846 to listen LIVE and/or comment!

  • 2014--A Year In Review

    in Politics

    2014 was a year to remember.


    It was the year that Black people woke up and began to push back against a system that marginalizes them and a system that supported the wanton murder of Black people by the police. While police have been abusing and murdering Black people for a long time, in 2014, Blacks began to protest after the justice system sat down and supported murder by cop. Black people stood up and launched the longest protest since the 1960s. When Blacks stood up, other people joined the protest—around the nation and around the world. And now, a change must come.


    In 2014, hackers became revolutionaries, exposing racists in high places—particularly the film industry, which has been racist for a long time in practice, but has now been exposed for being racist in speech as well. This from an industry that thought it was okay to make a “funny” film about murdering the leader of a sovereign nation. A change must come.


    2014 was a year of losses and a year of gains. It was a year of the rich getting richer and the poor getting poorer and a year of people getting tired of getting their asses kicked.


    But I know, a change gone come.


    On Sunday, December 28, 2014, Join Award-Winning Author Darryl James on “The Bridge Radio” for a discussion of the best and worst of 2014. What were the markers of the year for you? Darryl will be joined by co-hosts Tracy Powell, Dr. John Hamilton, Marcus D. LeGall III and DJ Gates on one of the most intellectually stimulating shows on radio.


    Tune in each Sunday at 4PM Pacific Time for "The Bridge," a smarter radio show.

    Call in and add your view! (347) 857-2846 to listen LIVE and/or comment!

  • 02:54

    THE WAY I SEE IT with Darryl L Williams / LOVE & HAPPINESS

    in Radio

         This is the show on Blog Talk, which kicked off the whole approach.  The Way I See It with Jay King.  Jay was the original host and from time to time, he'll pop in and throw in his two cents.  Relationships, racial divide, sports, political views.  The new host is Darryl L Williams.  347-205-9366 (the # for all the shows here on the JKN)  The archives of THE WAY I SEE IT are available in the demand section for Jay King, but now here's TEAM DLW on the JKN.


            This is information and education on the serious side.  Darryl L Williams shows you LOVE and gives you HAPPINESS.  Interviews, music - entermation.  (Entertainment & Information).  If there is some YOU want to roll your sleeves up and have at it - 347-205-9366.  Questions are welcomed, because if you don't ask, how are you going to get the answer?  Sometimes opinions may give YOU that extra edge you need to reach your destination.  347-205-9366.  And don't feel bad, every time I hear the words Love & Happiness, I can't help but think of Al Green, too -

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