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WUZ GOODY GOOD EVERYBODY THIS GIRL MSGIGO TODAY ON ROAD TO STARDOM RADIO I WILL HAVE THE PLEASURE OF INTERVIEWING A VA. RAPPER COMING OUT OF COLLINSWILLE HIS NAME IS M.SHADUS HE HAS BEEN DOING HIS THANG FOR A WHILE NOW WE HAVE CHOPPED IT UP BEFORE BUT THIS IS OUR FIRST OFFICIAL INTERVIEW WE ARE GOING TO TALK ABOUT WHAT HE HAS BEEN UP TO SINCE WE LAST TALKED HE IS ALSO ONE OF OUR ARTIST ON THE RISE
JOIN US BY PHONE OR CHATROOM 347-202-0318 PRESS 1 IF YOU WANT TO ASK HIM A QUESTION
Marc forbes - Rapper
Chicago- known for its’ mighty wind; its’ good meat, gangster history and notorious South Side. However, this capital of the Midwest has become known in more recent history for producing incredible music artists. From R Kelly to Common. Twista to Lupe Fiasco, and of course, Kanye West. The city has become known for incredible urban music whose style is impossible to categorize.
A native of the South Side, hailing from the “Wild 100’s”, Marc Forbes is not a new face to the music scene in his hometown. With numerous projects under his belt with his group, 3rd Shift, as well as his own solo mixtape, his record company Yacht Boy Music Assn. has been making major moves since the dawn of the new millennium. Marc Forbes is the CEO of Yacht Boy Music Assn, the company he founded with his partner, Boo Illa. Their goals are simple, “Yacht Boy Assn represents the new American boy.” Marc Forbes latest movements have put him in position to work with a number of well known artist and producers (The Olympicks, Miykal Snoddy, Grammy award winning producer Jared Lee Gossilin, Dope Shit, Ray J, Kay Fox, Young RJ, Cap 1, The Bake Up Boyz, MC Breed).
Quarantine Radio speaks to Rapper out of NC about his latest project Marty Mcfly
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A new millennium leader leveraging the transformative power of Hip-Hop, Social Media and Technology into a new brand of social change. Jasiri performs nationally and internationally, delivers keynote addresses and speaks on scholarly panels. Jasiri has worked in underserved communities as a mentor, educator and community leader. He is a founding member of the anti-violence community organization, 1Hood. After garnering over 1.5 million YouTube views for his conscious elevating Hip-Hop, Jasiri felt that it was imperative to provide training for young people in new forms of digital media, empowering them to change their own communities and to tell their own, often maligned and marginalized stories. In 2011, Jasiri founded 1Hood Media Academy in Pittsburgh, where he leads a team of educators and artists in teaching young people media literacy, photography, videography, music production, creative lyricism, entrepreneurship, journalism and other 21st century skills. Jasiri X is a new millennium Civil Rights Activist working closely with his mentor, Harry Belafonte to address social ills of today’s society. Jasiri is poised to lead a global generation in changing Hip Hop’s bad rap (rep) by staying true to his artistic intention – FREEING MINDS ONE RHYME AT A TIME.
Yolanda Whitaker also known as YOYO....some of you may remember her from her old school flows, honey blonde hair, blonde plaits........
Grammy nominated, actress and rapper, now has a university of hip hop; School of Yoyo Hip hop. Their leading mission is to help educate youths within the community about dance, music, and learning how to compose and perform powerful messages in rap music.
Join us tonight and tell a few friends. Follow her on Instragramhttp://www.instagram.com/yoyofearless
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The cousin of Waka Flocka Flame, rapper Frenchie represents Queens, New York, but his music is heavily influenced by the Southern punch of groups like Three 6 Mafia. He got his start rapping in Gucci Mane's posse and releasing a series of underground mixtapes including the Trap-A-Holics-hosted Chicken Room (2009) and the DJ Scream release Yellow Brick Road (2010). His break came in 2013 when he signed to Gucci Mane's label Brick Squad and released the mixtape Long Overdue
Welcome to the QPKS Network! Today we welcome, Author Walker Smith to talk the Historical Motown Records, Jack the Rapper and more!
ABOUT WALKER SMITH
As the child of a jazz drummer and a book-addicted beatnik, Walker Smith grew up in a house filled with music and literature. The music bug bit first, and Walker was signed as a recording artist with the prestigious Casablanca label (under the name Bobbi Walker). But between studio sessions and appearances, she quietly pressed on with her creative writing and history studies. Three solo albums later, she walked away from the music business and headed for New York to pursue her real dream to write. She wrote interviews and articles for African Voices and Vertigo magazines, features for the Reel Sisters Film Festival, and a collaborative biography with black radio pioneer Jack the Rapper Gibson. After releasing her first historical novel The Color Line , Walker Smith began work on what would become her most personal novel--Bluestone Rondo.
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CONTACT WALKER SMITH
To schedule an interview with Walker, contact: Jacqueline Rhinehart (917)-554-2851
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Quarantine Radio speaks to River Greene has been writing music since the age of 12 to cope with a troubled home life. Turning to the streets as an escape, he found himself in and out of group homes and lockdown facilities. Being kicked out at the age of 18, River started recording himself and learned how to put words together as a way to cope with his struggles and express his worldview with others.
Check Out My Interview with Rapper Major D Star!
This 19 year out South Carolina is taking the world by storm. Stay tuned.
As an 19 year old, I’m always looking for unique and innovative ways to grab people’s attention. With Nas being my all time favorite rapper, I find it very hard to rap about only material things. I like to speak on the truth and real aspects in life. After doing this for about two years, I have released three mixtapes. I try to improve with each song I write and that’s my number one goal. The better the greater. I do want to bring out music that’s missing in the industry. Being a female I feel that there is a stereotype of females being weak MC’s these days. However, I want to change the stereotypes, bring back music that represents the ladies, but also relates to anyone. No matter the age, gender, or race. Music is love to me, and I want to spread that love across the world.
INTERNATIONAL MODEL/ACTOR ISAAC J. SULLIVAN WAS UNABLE TO MAKE THE INTERVIEW DUE TO TRAVELING. PLEASE ENJOY THE CHAT WE HAD WITH MUSIC ARTIST REYN. WE SURE DID!
Joining Take 2 Radio on Tuesday, March 10th at 7pm eastern time is international model and actor Isaac J. Sullivan and rapper Reyn to talk about the new indie teen dramedy "At the Top of the Pyramid". Directed by award winning director Lawrence Jordan. The movie is about: A look at courage and friendship, set in the world of passionate young adults.
Click the links to be directed to connect with Isaac, Reyn and/or the movie.