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Famous Gucci Model Valerie Debrienza was a Runway Model from the 60's the days of Hot Pants. These are styles that are back. Valerie will talk about the difference in what she sees in models these days in contrast with in the days whe graced the runways.
New Msuic Mondays!! Live interview with Gucci Mane sister "Diamond Princess" plus 5 new hit it or quit it songs!!
Tpoic: How many times would you give up love before you let go?? call in at 6193932906 at 11pm!!
One of Neiman Marcus Top Salesman-Mr. Michael James Coon- stops by to Talk Live on Evangelist Yulander's Radio Show Thursday 7/3/14. He has withstood Criticism, Beat his Competitors, Met all types of people, Has Impeccable Customer Service, goes the Distance for his customers, and consistently keeps Neiman Marcus updated for being one of the High End Stores with Remarkable people on their team! He is a True Asset to them. Quality comes along every so often in great salesman. Ladies and Gentlemen this salesman Exceeds the the word "Quality" and gives you the "Ultimate" customer service associate around!
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(347) 637.2096 and via the web at www.blogtalkradio.com/ymctierempowerment4all
Wus good Fam! on this episode of Musick Monday we welcome Special Guest Memphis Rapper "Skool Boy" aka "@SB_Surfs Up" who is set to become the next big thing from the South. Skool Boy’s back-to-basics approach using thoughtful subject matter over head-banging beats have launched him into the national spotlight. As one of North Memphis’ most gifted entertainers and songwriter’s, Skool Boy’s intelligence, lovable personality and energetic positivity are what set him apart from the rest.
Hailing from Memphis, TN, Skool Boy recognized his love for music at age 14. After losing a baseball tournament, the young artist took to freestyling as a coping mechanism to release tension. It was the beginning of a new passion for creating music. Known for being wise beyond his years, with an outgoing personality to match, Skool Boy became an instant favorite among his peers. He began street event promotions for Money by Da Pound during his high school years. He later garnered the attention of Hunter Promotions. As a street team promoter for the company, Skool Boy experienced his first taste of fame, rubbing shoulders with artists like Gucci Mane, Young Jeezy, Plies, Soulja Boy, Franchise Boyz and Roscoe Dash. Hunter Promotions later helped Skool Boy release his first song titled “Ride Swerve” at age 18. Skool Boy realized this was the life he wanted to live and the only difference between him and these popular artists, was financial support and exposure.
All Praises to our Ancestors huh? That's right give it up! Did you miss me? loI I know yall did. Hey I'm gettin warmes up to this Blogtalk. Shout out to Blogtalk radio.Yall gucci as PHUCK. All Praises to TMH. This show will just be some random of the top of my head kinda shyt because why not? THREE shows in a row, don't break the flow. I listened to the first two and I liked what I heard so we gonna give yall just one more show of the El to keep yah hanging on the egde of yo seats until i return. Give Thanks and find something or somebody to LOVE!!!
Name: Richie Wess
Born: Queens, NY
Label: YTC Entertainment
Born in QUEENS, NY Richie Wess moved to TAMPA, FL where he would begin starting his young career with his cousin DJ Spinatik. Wess was influenced by Run DMC, at an early age. His father produced many music videos for Russell Simmons Def Jam in the early eighties and Wess took a liking to the music and the business.
At 4 years-old he played in an urban movie as the lead’s son in “The Last Boxer”. At 6, he was performing for his family and friends, and by 10 years-old Richie Wess started to write down his ideas and started rapping to friends and family members, then later entered into rap battles in the streets and school. The word was out that he was up next. From March – May 2003 he was performing as the Opening Act with the “Def Jam Vendetta Tour 2003” with Joe Budden, Method Man, Capone & Nore in Tampa, Orlando and Jacksonville. He also was the opening act for Lil Jon & The Eastside Boyz and later that year dropped his 1st album at only 15. Now he’s the CEO of YTC Entertainment Group along with Yung Dred, his younger brother.
YTC Entertainment has been independent for the last 3 years releasing such singles as “Shawty Is A Freak” Ft. Sammie & Yung Dred which peaked at #60 on Billboards Urban Top 100 in 2011.
You probably heard Richie Wess in the streets, on one of his many collaborations with Lil Boosie, Gucci Mane, 2 Pistols, Brisco, Smitty and The Game. Richie Wess is heavy in the mixtape circuit, he has dropped 8 mixtapes with DJ Spinatik and is now ready to take over the airwaves with his **New Single** “Put it Down” Ft. Def Jam Recording Artist Verse Simmonds!!!
Read More: http://richiewess.com/
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We will be discussing name brand clothing, and if designer brands have a hold on our community (both Black and LGBT) How important these brands are to us? Does it really matter? Why do people feel like we are slaves to brand names?