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This is your host,Mix-o-Rap with a open discussion about how drugs and violence has affect our community as a whole,we will have guest speakers talk about their addictions, and how they have overcome this madness.Tune in every Saturday at 10 am to give your views and ideas to help out this madness of insanity.To join in the discussion call (323)580-5689 ,this is a open mic discussion so if you are an addiction counselor, or an recovery addict,or a release inmate from prison who got lock up for being a user instead of a new charge.Its time for change,so now is the time!
Start your afternoon off informed and entertained each Sunday morning or afternoon with a comprehensive look at local, state and national news, along with local guests who will discuss topics and events of local interest. Ms.P and Nikki G Either puts the skill of the gift to gab to work by bringing in community leaders and interesting characters to discuss issues and events that are going on in our community and the world at large. Can't leave out our views on fashion, entertaintment, social media and life in general. Dial in 818-495-6975 LIVE
Born in Alexandria, Louisiana on November 13, 1988, Dother Sykes IV, started entertaining at the age of four by putting shorts on his head and giving a show for his folks' enjoyment.At the tender age of six, his family later relocated to Tampa, Florida where he was practically raised. Eventually, he moved back to Louisiana where he finished High School resulting in him landing work in such television commercial campaigns such as Micheal Jordan and Drew Brees' Advocare. It was at that time that Dother realized that the entertainment business was his calling. He found an agent located in Shreveport, Louisiana, where he landed his first big role in the film "Streets of Blood". In addition, he has guest-starred on the TV show "Friday Night Lights" season four. In continuance of his acting career, Dother Sykes met Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson and was able to share a few life stories resulting in side bending laughter. It was at that point that Curtis Jackson suggested he try Stand Up Comedy. With nothing to lose, he conquered his fear and claimed the stage of Amateur Night at The Funny Bone in Bossier City, Louisiana. The feeling of making people laugh became a passion almost instantaneously and has been in love with it ever since. Shortly after his first appearance, he began performing on various stages in Louisiana eventually spreading to Los Angeles, New York, New Jersey and many more, but most importantly, carrying on the name of the King of Comedy in Louisiana. He has since been able to make his love of acting and comedy go hand in hand, oftentimes working for his good through shorts, skits, and self written commercials. When Dother is not working he is spending time with his family.
My Brother’s Keeper consists of brothers Samad Savage and Aziz Sabuur known as Z33Z on the mic. The brothers are from Essex County, NJ. These guys have so much raw energy and talent they are destined to make a name for themselves in the industry. The brothers have been working on solo projects and decided it was time to come together and release an album together. Their debut album is titled “We Already Killed You” and is scheduled to be released in January, 2016. They are both very excited about the project. Samad Savage is a Rapper and Producer. He was born in Montclair, New Jersey on June 14th, 1996. He grew up in Montclair. His love for music developed as a child, he often played around on FL Studios (a program for producers and recording artist), and his family realized he had a thing for music. He decided to pick up the pen and paper and get serious with producing when he was 8 years young. His older brother Aziz was a huge inspiration to Samad and he realized he possessed the same drive, talent and determination as his older brother who he continued to learn from. By the time he became 15 years old, he decided he was destined to be famous and recorded a song called "You Should Know". Everyone liked it, but he wanted to push further until he gained enough fame to catch the attention of industry icons like Eminem and Jay-Z. Right after his 16th birthday, He created "Animal" and "No Sleep (Ball All Day)". These songs let loose his new style. Now he is recording new songs and getting ready for his EP.
The first chapter of a promising career began at age 5. Dave became a member and served as the director of the Buds of Promise Choir at St. Paul AM.E. Zion Church in Cleveland, Ohio until age 15. Young Tolliver was encouraged immensely to sing from his heart by his choir directors Mrs. Mary Hampton, and Terrence Jones.
Inspired by his uncle Lynn Tolliver (radio legend), Dave began his first career as a disc jockey at age 15. He rocked Cleveland's WZAK, consistently holding down the #1 ranking in his time slot, also was the swingman for the station filling in on all on-air time slots. He also served as co-host of the #1 morning show at WJKC Isle 95 in the Virgin Islands where listeners would bow down to the roaring sounds of "King Tollie". Listeners would also enjoy the quiet riot when they tuned into Mongoose 104.9 Classic Rock radio station. Now catch him on the internet Monday to Friday mornings from 6AM to 10Am on www.smttbroadcasting.com, then on Sunday nights for Group Therapy onwww.blogtalkradio.com/grouptherapy from 10PM to 12AM. During his tenure, Dave has hosted shows featuring some of the biggest names to grace music ever. From Tupac to N.W.A., to the great Parliament/Funkadelic, and the list goes on, he has kept audiences entertained with his swagger and energy until the headliners were ready to take the stage.
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LORENZO was born in Los Angeles, California, but raised in Havana, Florida, a small town outside of Tallahassee, Florida. As a child, he sang in the churches and was an avid listener of Luther Vandross, Peabo Bryson, Michael Jackson, El Debarge, James Brown and Sam Cooke - just to name a few. In high school, Lorenzo was active and competed in sports, making him one of the top cornerbacks in the state of Florida.
In 1990, Lorenzo put out his first album, Let Me Show You. The album was released with Alpha International through CEMA Records. The album's title track reached #64 on the R&B charts, while the album's other single "Tic Tok" reached #41.
While in Philadelphia working on his first album, Lorenzo had the privilege of working with great "behind the scene" legends such as Joe Tarsia (legendary recording engineer), Mike Tarsia (son of Joe Tarsia-awesome engineer), Joe Jefferson (he wrote "Sadie", "Brandy", "Mighty Love", "Love Don't Love Nobody"...just to name a few), the late John Whitehead (half of McFadden & Whitehead - he wrote "Backstabbers", "Ain't No Stopping Us Now"), Mike Forte (he signed Lorenzo....produced "Gotta Get You Home With Me Tonight" and "Don't Say No Tonight" by Eugene Wilde...he also produced and co-wrote "Dreaming" by Vanessa Williams), Bruce Weeden
Lillie McCloud, commonly known by her former stage name Nicole McCloud, or Nicole J McCloud, is a Dance/Pop, R&B and Gospel Soul artist. McCloud first appeared on the Billboard US R&B charts as “Nicole” in 1985 with “Always and Forever”. Her single “Don’t You Want My Love” in 1986 reached Top 10 on the US Dance charts at #3, also charting in Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden and Brazil. Ten of McCloud’s singles landed the US Billboard specialized R&B and dance charts. Some of her biggest hits has been the 1994 single “Runnin’ Away” and "Don't you want my love", which both peaked at No. 3 on US Dance charts. In 2002 Nicole J. McCloud, returned to the Top 10 with” Search’n”, peaking at No. 5 on the US Billboard Dance charts. That same year she received a nomination for the International Dance Music Awards, along Craig David and Shakira. McCloud has recorded hits Written by Diane Warren, Ital Shur, D Roberts, Mark Roofe, Timmy Thomas, and has performed duets with Donna Allen , Tito Jackson, Timmy Thomas, U.S.U.R.A. and The Source. She has performed with Stevie Wonder, Kool & The Gang, Bruce Springsteen, Mick Jagger, Sly from The Family Stones, Isaac Hayes, to name a few and has performed for Ambassadors and presidents. The World got reintroduced with Lillie McCloud on season 3 of the hit American competition TV show The X Factor. Lillie’s performances from the television show has reached over 15 Million and counting YouTube views on her performance of Alabaster box alone.
Rod is an author that is a native of South Carolina. Just a few years ago in 2012, he started writing stories and decided that in spite of coming from a place where it seemed few people dared to dream big, he would fulfill his dream to be a published author. So he finished his first published novel, "The Confessions of a True Womanizer," earlier 2015 and immediately sought ways to spread the word.Rod has been featured on the talk show, "The Logan Power Show," in September 2015. He talked about his childhood coming up and how he was introduced into writing. You can find that show on Youtube.com under "Author Rod Ballard on The Logan Power Show." Rod has also been featured on plenty of Blog Talk Radio Shows--so he is no stranger to interviews. Rod is committed to fitness and living a positive life. It is his personal belief that the way you keep yourself up on the outside reflects who you are on the inside. In his spare time he enjoys reading, writing and listening to music of various styles but favors Smooth Jazz and R&B. He also commits to motivational speaking and anything that has a positive role in his life and the lives of others. Rod Ballard's future aspirations are to be a best-selling author and to see his works on movie screens.
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