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This show will be about the struggle underground rappers go through in the industry to become popular or to get famous. We will also talk about how hard it is for rappers to make it....and also when a rapper maybe should decide to quit and do something else. We will also define if there is an "age" where an artist should stop rapping...and we will hear it from the artists point of view as well as the callers point of view. Please tune in...we will have a great show!!!!
in Self Help
Rocking and Rapping with LesPaul & Kim on BIRN Tonight join Les Paul Morgan and Kim Justus of Brain Inury Radio. We will be filling in for Keith who is having problems with strained vocal chords but he will becalling in if possible. We're also pinch hitting for our "Brain Buck" gals Penny & Cathy, They will be back for their regularly scheduled show. Keithanthonys TBI story and NDE is remarkable. Diagnosed in a permanent vegetative state he was not anticipated to
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Hosts: JAMEL, K.Wh1t3, and FLASH GOTTI
One Of Thee Original HOT Boys: TURK
New Orleans-based rapper, Turk, was first discovered in 1996 when the owners of Cash Money Records (brothers Ronald "Slim" Williams and Brian "Baby" Williams) discovered him rapping and rhyming in the nearby Magnolia projects. Later that same year,Turk made his recording debut with a cameo on Juvenile's solo debut, Solja Rags. Turk was billed as Young Turk, and welcomed into the newly formed Hot Boys (who also included Juvenile, B.G., and Lil Wayne), issuing Get It How U Live!in 1997 and Guerilla Warfare two years later. Turk continued to make cameos on other rapper's recordings, including Juvenile's big hits, 400 Degreez and Tha G-Code, Lil Wayne's Tha Block Is Hot and Lights Out, as well as B.G.'s It's All on U, Vol. 1 and It's All on U, Vol. 2. June 2001 saw the release of Turk's solo debut, Young and Thuggin', on Universal Records.
We also have OUT Emcee: SHORTY ROC in the building. We'll preview his new project: "NOW & FOREVER"
(Pop Culture Recap, Celebrity Gossip, Music, Entertainment, Random Prank-Calls, and more.)
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Chad Jones connected with Reflection Music Group released a new single on entitled Problem featuring Canon and Propaganda on April 8.
From growing up with 11 siblings and being adopted to rapping under the name of Conviction, he's now living in Memphis, Tenneesee, making sweet music.
Tune in as he talks about the change and what's next!
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Special Guest in Part 2, Jerome Young (find him on FB) gives his story and some insight.
In the body, (I Khamsin) a few years ago I received a vision leading me to study homosexuality and its roots being placed in the hip hop community. I did a vid on Youtube and many people doubted this would ever happen. This year a video went viral with 10-12 year old black boys battle rapping using gay sex lyrics. Then Macklemore does the Same Love song and states continue passing laws for gay marriage. Our brother in Christ Bizzle did a rebuttle in his song, Same Love Response, and he's received death threats for his speaking out on the truth about homosexuality. We are constantly seeing men becoming more feminine (Snoop getting acrylic nails and the men regularly wearing skirts and dresses) yet are also more aggressive or rather disrespectful towards [black] women in. We will look deeper into this tonight at 9 pm central. Join us and tell a friend. PART 2
Father Rosado and Joe Siriotis will be interviwing Ela Love is All live on FatherRosadoDotCom Talk Internet Radio tonight at 11pm EST (347) 857-4580 to listen in. Ela Love is All is a 23 year old Catholic/Christian singer, composer, and speaker who does a little bit of “rapping” on the side. Her mission is to send out a message of hope, love, and mercy through her music. Her music is inspired by her spiritual journey and how God has worked in her life, and she hopes to encourage her listeners to grow in a closer relationship with God.
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Natasha Nelson, 28, is an upcoming independent female Rap artist in Fayetteville, North Carolina. She performs under the stage name "NY$$E" pronounced as (nice). NY$$E is originally from Fort Worth, Texas. She has been living in Fayetteville, North Carolina since 2004 due to her career decision. NY$$E began rapping back in middle school in the hallways during passing period and continued on throughout high school recording songs with her younger brother Devron, best friend Shana and other kids from the neighborhood on her mother's desktop computer. After graduating high school NY$$E made a drastic decision due to her situation in Texas to join the US Army. This put a stop to what was just a hobby back then. Later in 2007 NY$$E was a member of a music group known as Royal Court Empire; the only female rap artist of the group who went by the stage name Nelly Nel. The group produced 3 singles and soon separated due to career moves and disagreements. NY$$E then took a break again until September 2011 when she decided that she should pursue her desire to be a rap artist. NY$$E has two current projects released; first project "Flow Sick" and her second project "I Should Be Famous" I.S.B.F released Summer 2013. She has been featured in Fayetteville, NC's biggest independent artist project titled "The Melting Pot 4". Not to mention recording a track with female rap artist Princess from the Atlanta rap group Crime Mob titled "Don't Do Friends" NY$$E is currently working on a new project titled "Pariah".
In the body, a few years ago I received a vision leading me to study homosexuality and its roots being placed in the hip hop community. I did a vid on Youtube and many people doubted this would ever happen. This year a video went viral with 10-12 year old black boys battle rapping using gay sex lyrics. Then Macklemore does the Same Love song and states continue passing laws for gay marriage. Our brother in Christ Bizzle did a rebuttle in his song, Same Love Response, and he's received death threats for his speaking out on the truth about homosexuality. We are constantly seeing men becoming more feminine (Snoop getting acrylic nails and the men regularly wearing skirts and dresses) yet are also more aggressive or rather disrespectful towards [black] women in. We will look deeper into this tonight at 11 pm central. Join us and tell a friend.
Join Host Evangelist Wayne with Manuel Quimiro aka THA PRODIGAL SON.
Manuel Quimiro s a gospel rap artist who grew up in the streets of North East Los Angeles surrounded by gangs ,violence and drugs. growing up without a father and his mother being the neighborhood drug dealer. Prodigal picked up on the street life fast ..he dealt with low self-esteem and thoughts of suicide..he used music to escape reality and began rapping at a young age as a secular artist years later he surrendered his life to the lord and ministers thru his music to reach others and shares the gospel and has recently signed with Prophecy Records