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For this another episode of Naughty Down Advice. I have a special guest that goes by the name ESG who is a rapper that trailblazed through the late-'90s movement and helped popularize the "chopped and screwed" style associated with his onetime home, Wreckshop Records. The "Everyday Street Gangsta" (born Cedric Hill) made his first major move in 1995 when Perrion Entertainment released Ocean of Funk (1995), which featured his breakthrough single, "Swangin' and Bangin'," and its accompanying "Chopped and Screwed" mix. Though commonplace a few years later, the chopped and screwed style of remixing hadn't yet become trendy. Thus the mix became just as popular as the song itself, if not more so. This success inspired Perrion to reissue the most impressive songs from Ocean of Funk ("Swangin' and Bangin'," "Crooked Streets," and "Smoke On") on Sailin' da South (1995), this album distributed widely by Priority. Following these related 1995 albums by Perrion, E.S.G. maintained a low profile while imprisoned yet continued to reap the continuing success of Sailin' da South as its reach spread beyond Texas, and so much more.
A culture and form of ground breaking music and self expression with elements that consisted of the elements of graffiti art, DJing, MCing, and breaking. Today Hip-Hop is considered to be dead in the mainstream because so-called mainstream Hip-Hop doesn't have the elements of hip-hop and have no meaning.
The stuff on MTV and the radio can't be called Hip-Hop because the lyrics don't have any meaning or self expression. Wack artists today just rap about their shopping lists and other bullshit. There are no more DJs making a prescence since artists today think they can manage without them. Without a DJ there are no scratches and cuts. No much graffiti art is being shown in videos.
7pm. This Thursday. Live in Kudio, Fort Lauderdale Strikers forward, The Man The Man, MR. Mark Anderson! What! We'll also have on Daniel Blodgett from ESG to talk about everything up in Edmonton, and we'll have on The Deacon, AKA The Twitter Beast, and Host of Lunch and Soccer War, to talk about Traffic USA and its latest deal with Concacaf. What does it all mean? We'll talk about NASL Week 3 and look at upcoming Week 4 matches. Call in with all your questions. 713-955-0711. Follow the link and tune in on 5/1/14 at 7pm to get your NASL Fix ON! Go Strikers!
Alice Chapple, Director for Sustainable Financial Markets at Forum for the Future, talks about the impact of the financial crisis and, indeed, environmental disasters such as the BP oil spill, on financial investing. Are we are likely to see environmental, social and governance factors routinely included in financial analysis in the future? And why is it important for investment firms to communicate their ESG initiatives to stakeholders? This interview highlights the growing importance of sustainable investment and how it could potentially develop. The interview also touches upon Forum for the Future's recently developed tool kit designed for fund managers in developing countries to encourage them to embed sustainability into their decision-making on investments. Alice will be speaking at the ESG Strategies for the Sustainable Investor conference in Belgium from 18th - 20th October. For further details about this event please visit www.esgstrategies.com. There is still time to book places, please call +44 (0) 207 368 9300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stephanie Salvo began writing and singing at a young age and aspired to share her music with the world. At the age of 16 she was signed to her first independent label and began preforming out of high school opening for acts such as Vanilla Ice, Juvenile, ESG and many more.
At the age of 27, SALVO works as a hairstylist/makeup artist during the day and stays on her music grind during her time off . "I've been in the game for a while and I still have stars in my eyes... I WILL share what I see with the world." Stephanie Salvo proves to be a quadruple threat with her soulful vocals, intellectually stimulating rhymes and raw production.
"Music is my soul and I will continue to make music until the day I die"
As a producer SALVO has been wrekin beats for about 3 years and continues to work hard in perfecting her craft as a producer as well as an artist, "I am never 100% satisfied and that helps me grow daily as an artist." SALVO hopes to share and collaborate with other producers and artists alike to go above and beyond.
How have pension funds reacted to the financial crisis with regards to becoming more responsible in their investment practices? Louise Rouse, Director of Investor Engagement at Fair Pensions, explores this topic in an exclusive interview with Finance IQ. She also discusses the recent Fair Pensions fund management survey, which showed that currently short-termism rules the markets, and offers her views on how this is likely to change in the short and medium term.
Next she looks at how institutional investors might be able to pool together to be responsible investors, and whether companies issuing shares should bear the cost of making it easier for shareholders to be responsible investors, considering the significant logistical obstacles to voting as a cross-border shareholder. Finally, from an engagement point of view, one of the biggest developments has been the recent publication of the stewardship code. We ask what impact this is expected to have on engagement activity. Louise Rouse will be moderating a panel on Engagement - a Third-Generation ESG Strategy at the ESG Strategies and Sustainable Investor conference in Belgium from 18th - 20th October. For booking details, please visit: www.esgstrategies.com, call +44 (0) 207 368 9300 or email email@example.com.
Travis Shortt began his career in broadcasting working with both WDIC and WAXM radio as an on-air personality. After four years he worked his way into sales while simultaneously pursuing his college degree. While in college he worked for the Department of Media Studies and began learning video production. He received his degree in Communication from The University of Virginia’s College at Wise. Travis Shortt is the founder of ASPYR Communications. With ASPYR Travis works with all clients on their positioning, language, imaging, and brand ownership.
Dale Wannen runs Sustainvest Asset Management, LLC an investment advisory firm dedicated to sustainable and responsible investing. He is passionate about getting investors to realize that they can make a difference in the world with their portfolios and not have to sacrifice returns. He frequently speaks and blogs on the topic of ESG investing and shareholder activism. He is based out of Northern California and tries to walk or bike amongst the redwoods every chance he can.
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Mark is an analyst at ESG, focused on storage systems, as well as on the (re)emerging challenges of power, cooling and space efficiencies throughout data centers.
In this podcast Mark interviews Mike Workman who is the CEO of Pillar Data Systems to talk with him about Pillar and the storage industry in general. Mark also touches on the success of Mike Workman’s CEO Blog on storage and his new Blog book Wisdom Wisecracks and Weener Dogs.
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