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Welcome another week has kicked off and this time it wont be so moody. This Monday we are going to look in to the career path of modeling. What does it take it to become one? Whatareit's ups and downs about the business. Find out as we talk to special guest Keyon Glover and Nikki Sparkz as they Keep it G and bring you their life story as a model.
Also check out some more music from a few local artist from aroundthe globe. Want to join the conversation? Call in at 657-383-0487
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Host Cyrus Webb welcomes actress and model Pia Lamberg to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss what its been like to go for her dreams and show others what is possible for them. Recognized as Miss Finland, an actress on the show SAF3 and a model, Pia shows there is no limit to what she can accomplish.
WE'RE BACK and better than ever! THEE WILDEST radio show on the net is LIVE w/ the same old madness, just a new flavor. We kick off Season 4 of this show talking with the beautiful midwest belle out of St. Louis, Missouri. She is no stranger to BlackTopNation and she talks to us about her many stops around the country spreading her rising hit single "Mirage" around the ears of many and more. This is sure enough guaranteed to be a knockout interview - follow her on Instagram and Twitter: @CheraeLeri.
Our Sport Your Stuff Model of the Week gracing this beautiful episode is published model Ms. Cookie Monroe. Follow her on Instagram to view her beautiful pictures - @shesdaone_.
Tonight's poll question is "The Pressures of Black Women." How do you think the world sees black women? What must black women not do to prove certain stereotypes wrong? What are some stereotypes that you know of about black women? Call us up any time throughout the show and tell us what you think or tweet us your thoughts - @DaBlackTopRadio
New Models (Less Thann 1 Year in the Industry)
1. Be Confident
2. Undestand and know your body type
3. Get fit and stay healthy
4. Study your craft (know the business)
5. Get professional photos quick
6. Brand yourself and protect your brand
7. Don't wear rejection like makeup
8. Work and utilize social media
9. Be prepared to leave your area to grow your brand
10. Find a mentor and/or coach
Seasoned Model (Model with more than 2 years in the business)
1. Watch your confidence (don't get to cocky)
2. Tone your body with exercise
3. Know your angles and up your photo game (stay fresh)
4. Start sharing what you have learned with up and coming models
5. Make sure your image and fashion sense is on point
6. Align your brand with the leaders of the industry
7. You should have developed a niche in the industry (continue to develope it)
8. Explore writing and/or blogging
9. Become a mentor or coach
10. Know when to bow out gracefully
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Local model club gose on a rampage to try to find infomation about Hobby Talk Radio.
this started back a few months ago that Host Jay Michaels will not be coming back to the club for reasons of Having no time to go. Well on April 6 2014 a certain club memeber stalked Jays Wife and asking about jay and what he been up to. Jay is going to loose it tonight please tune in. It is a scary situation when it turns into this stalking someones family memeber now thats where it ends.
Host Jay Michales and wife will be hosting tonights episode
only callers that want to join in on the fun
Who hasn't thought of changing careers? Well, Tracey Birdsall has done it several time. She began as a successful and in-demand model, then transitioned into acting (Loving, Family Ties). Her latest move has been into producing independent film (Dawn of the Crescent Moon). So, exactly how does she do it! Changing careers isn't easy but she's done it successfully and fabulously!
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes actress and model Annabella Gutman to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss her love of the arts and what it's been like to do what she enjoys. The two will also discuss what's to come.
Abigail Rich returns to Love Liberty & Lip Gloss on April 23 at 7 p.m. Eastern:
Abigail was born in Dallas Texas and abandoned by her mother when she was only two months old. She grew up with foster families until she was 17 years old. All through her school years she knew that she wanted to help people. She became a Paramedic right out of high school and quickly moved up to flight medic on a air ambulance helicopter. In the early 2000’s, she was working on the medical helicopter when it crashed. Abigail was critically injured and had to undergo three lifesaving surgeries receiving over 400 stitches and over 200 staples as well as numerous steel plates for her broken bones. The doctors told her family that she would not survive. After 6 weeks in the intensive care unit, Abigail proved them wrong when she woke up. Then after another 3 months she walked out of the Hospital on her own. After her recovery, Abigail concluded that life is too short and she wanted to still help people and show them that they can overcome life’s hurtles. At the same time, she intended to enjoy her precious gift of life.
Through an odd twist of fate, Abigail became a professional Glamour Model. Abigail has worked as a trade show model, modeled at fashion shows, even as a spokes model promoting products and services, to becoming an Internationally published Glamour Model.
Call in with your questions at (347) 945-7246.
ON THIS EPISODE OF RIGHTEOUS HUSTLE THE KING WELCOMES ATLANTA AREA TALENT KEY DA MODEL.. SHE STOPS BY TO TALK ABOUT MODELING AND HER VENTURE INTO HOSTING AND BROADCASTING ..ALSO THE KING WILL SOUND OFF ON THE TOPIC OF THE NIGHT THE PASSOVER AND WHY ITS WHAT CHRISTIANS ARE SUPPOSED TO CELEBRATE NOT EASTER ..ALSO THATS SO RIGHTEOUS NEWS THE ATLANTA SPORTS REPORT AND THE GO FUND ME CAMPAIGN AND MUCH MORE CALL OR TUNE IN
This time on the APRHF's Let's Talk Trains Show we will take a look at Model Train Shows.
We will ask you, the listeners, what makes a great train show? What makes a bad one? Does having a swap meet at the show, make the show feet cheap? Why are there not more manufacturers's coming to the shows Should model train shows be produced by for-profit companies instead of the local clubs or historical associations? Should there be more regional cooperation between organizations? Should we just have swap meets and then do a show with just model trains? Should we let attendees operate displays?
Call in at 646-716-7106 and give your views.
Model Railroading has been a popular hobby for many decades. This week, Kansas City Nathan, a model railroader himself, will be discussing the Model Railroading in the 21st Century.
Long gone are the cracker-jack boxcars or half-hearted attempts to create quality locomotives and other rolling stock. Today, we have highly detailed models that are ready-to-run and highly detailed, to the point that rivet-counters are drooling! A newcomer to the hobby is 3D printing.
This and much more will be discussed, we invite you to join in the conversation by calling 646-716-7106.