• 01:37

    It’s Unanimous: Rapping to the Slaughter?

    in Motivation

    Friends, join us with Unanimous, a Christian Rap group, on onCUE! Radio Sunday tonight @6pm CST (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/oncue) with our host Eric J Powell.  Unanimous, Jerry and Corey “Churchboy” Johnson, rap a raw message that God rules over money, power, sex, education, politics… everything.  These young brothers just “want to want to be used by God and present the message that no one is perfect but we all can be forgiven.”  We have been praying for new types of leaders, and here are two casting their nets and helping us answer our question of the day are you Rapping to the Slaughter?

    Check out their recent music video -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-sgygw5Xfw&feature=youtu.be


    To listen to last week show about “Power of Bone Marrow: Be the MATCH?” -- http://tobtr.com/s/6952397

    To Listen LIVE -- (Download Flash Player http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/)


    Host: Eric Powell, Founder of CUE Leadership Institute –http://cueleadership.com/

    Series: Transformational Leadership: Soul vs Spirit

    Genre: Talk radio to teach spiritual leadership, highlight everyday leaders, and help leaders "lead where they are"

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/CUELeadership

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/onCUERadioShow


    © 2010-2014 CUE Foundation, Inc All Rights Reserved

  • 00:53

    Rapping Grandma, A "G" Thing!

    in Education

    C Niambi Steele, Rapping Grandma It's A  "G" Thang explaining the essence of becoming a real "G"; how to be a real "G" in your community; why we need more real "G's" and more!

  • 02:01

    K.I.T.M - Renassiance Rapping, Black MP Living Water, Drake & Diddy, Bill Cosby

    in Radio

    KINGS IN THE MORNING, is the daily, Monday through Friday show, that airs from 8a to 10a pacific, 11a-1pm eastern and 10a-noon, central time.  This show contains entertainment, information, comedy, everything you expect to get you going and keep you on the up.

    We have tackled issues like the Trayvon Martin shooting, Michael Brown's shooting, we've had conversations about the Kardashians, and the power couple, Jay Z and Beyonce.  We talk sex, movies, songs, and we interview a vast variety of people that may have an impact on your existence.  347-205-9366 is our contact number - are you ready to GLOW with us?

    Lynn Tolliver jr

    Founder and General Manager

    The Jay King Network.

  • 01:21

    We have ShodSantiagao, Denace, GotDamnZo and Nicole Mitchell on the Show Today!!

    in Entertainment

    We have ShodSantiagao, Denace, GotDamnZo and Nicole Mitchell on the Show Today!!

    You might know ShodSantiago from Vine or his guest appearance on Vh1's Love & Hip Hop Atlanta. We also have Chicago Rapper Denance he is known for his rapping skills and resemblance and sound silmilar to Rapper Eminem. GotDamnZo be on the show today, This guy is funny with his video's on Vine. Last but not Least we have Thee Beautiful Model Nicole Mitchell on the show today!! BE SURE TO TUNE IN AND LISTEN AND CALL TO ASK THEM YOUR QUESTIONS!!



  • 00:32

    Pedii Talks Music ep. 26

    in Music

    Our twenty-sixth episode. We will have an interview along with songs from Pazij our featured artist!!! check out more songs from him at http://pazij.bandcamp.com/  and don't forget to like us on facebook to always know when to tune into the best music radio podcast in the DMV area.https://www.facebook.com/PediiTalksMusic

  • 01:13

    Bring Your A Game: A Discussion on Hustlers and Rappers, and Education

    in Education

    I’m Lardy Miss Clardy with an announcement! 

    Jan. 24th @ 7:30pm PST, bring you’re A Game.  And the topic that day will be about bringing you’re a Game.  A Mario Van Peebles documentary, with Ice Cube, Sean Combs and Spike Lee; private prisons and how it involves the education gap for blacks and Latino youths.

    Do rappers and hustlers have education, then why do they end up in jail?

    Do rappers and hustlers in the music industry give mixed signals to our youth and young adults about education over rapping and hustling?

    Did rappers and hustlers choose to get quick money to pursue their careers, getting money to buy equipment to be a producer or to pay for studio time to be rappers or singers?

    Do rappers and hustlers practice what they preach? Are they saying the total opposite of what they preach now days, when they were the same ones that dropped out and went to jail?  

    Are our youth and young adults influenced by their lifestyles? the good and the bad?

    What is the chances to become successful as a rapper and hustler?  Think about Jay-Z and Kanye West and 
    Floyd Mayweather, did they have an education?  How did they become so successful? What does education got to do with it?

    How can we stop this...?!?!?!

    Somebody help me with this subject and bring your A GAME!!!

    Watch this video below.


  • 01:08

    A message titled, Don't Forget To Remember!

    in Christianity

    Welcome to another show from your place. Tonight we are going to hear from, "Blogtalk Mom". She is going to give us some news about her rap Cd, and bring us this message titled Don't forget to remember! We want to thank her for being such a blessing to us personally and to this show! She had a birthday on Jan 3rd and we pray that she has many more to come because we can't afford to lose the prayer covering. Just kidding! We love blogtalk Mom, and life would not be the same without her. So lets give her a listen and we look forward to your comments or questions. Just push one and you will be identified by the last four digits of your phone number.

  • 00:28

    Check out the Interview with Digital Underground- Young Ma$$ 6pm- CST

    in Blogs

    San Diego's energizing producer/rap artist Young Mass. Mass moved with his family from Chicago to the San Diego area over a decade ago. Since then he has worked diligently to establish his production, writing and rapping skills.

    In 2003, at the age of 16, Mass met Digital Underground front man Shock G, at “Gutfest”, an annual barbecue in San Diego’s Mission Bay Park. Shock G heard Mass' demo during the event and invited Mass to join the group on-stage later that night. For the next five years, Young Mass was introduced at Digital Underground shows as their newest member. Mass moved to Los Angles to continue his tutelage under Shock G.

  • 00:22


    in Entertainment

    M.I.L. (Muzik is Lyphe), embodies the true meaning of being a Hip-Hop artist.  Born in Newark, New Jersey, but raised in Irvington, M.I.L .stayed focused, despite the challenges he faced living in a crime-infested urban area, and later earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration.  He attributes his harsh upbringing to the strong and resilient artist and man that stands before his fans today. At the tender age of seven, M.I.L. was first drawn to rap music and listened to Straight Outta Compton, by California rap group, N.W.A.  

    M.I.L. states, “I wanted to pursue music after I heard that album, and at a young age, I was rapping the lyrics to their songs before I even knew that they meant.  As I got older and started to understand the content, I was able to break down the songs and get more in tuned with music.  From there, I wanted more.”   M.I.L.  notes N.W.A., Snoop Dog, Wu Tang Clan, Big L, Notorious B.I.G., 2Pac, Nas, Jay-Z, Red Man, Naughty By Nature, Kool G Rap, Rakim, AZ, Ice Cube, LL Cool J, Fabolous, The Lox, and Slaughterhouse, as his musical influences.

    M.I.L.’s work ethic has landed him several opportunities to perform, including the well-known college tour, hosted by BET; Freestyle Friday, also hosted by BET; and, opening up for the LOX, Mobb Deep, Rick Ross,  and Lil’ Scrappy.  He has performed at many venues in New Jersey, New York, Boston, Connecticut, North Carolina and Virginia.  He was recognized by Capone of Capone-N-Noreaga, when he jumped on stage during one of M.I.L.’s performances.  M.I.L. was crowned at the Essex County College Hip-Hop Competition in 2011, and was featured in Unsigned Magazine in February of this year.

  • 03:00

    Callywood Live with Eric Zuley and more Callyosity

    in Entertainment

    Born and raised in Orange County, California, Eric Zuley played basketball in high school. After studying marketing and communications at Saddleback College, he worked in sales and built up his savings. One night, while socializing with some friends, Eric saw free-styling rapping for the first time. EZ got bit by the “free-style” bug.  With the help of his father Jim Zuley, Eric built a music recording studio inside their home. He taught himself how to engineer from scratch and produce music as well as write songs. Performing locally in Orange County, his band merged into a popular group called MCO. Aptly named, MCO stood for McOlogy, the study of MC’s. Later, Eric became a Radio DJ for X-Radio.biz with his friend Aaron Ervin, now known as TKO and a co-host of Good Game Guys, a show about the ins and outs of gaming. From his MCO experience, Eric met a music and TV producer, who gave EZ his first shot at hosting on the Red Carpet and on TV.

  • 00:31


    in Music

    Exclusive Interview with STREATZ ENTERTAINMENT FAM T-RIFIK, RELLIK, TACTICS, D-BLOOD, WILL FARLEY & VASI! A discussion of where all members are form, how they met and how STREATZENT was formed. We will be speaking about music, battle rapping, networking and REAL LIFE with STREATZENT! Through Networking I met Rellik and my journey with STREATZ ENT began and shortly I connected through social media with all other members, and continue to utilze social media not only to network but also to promote our crafts and continue to make connecions globally. At STREATZENT we are more than just connected to Network for a common goal, but we are FAMILY. The guidance and support I have recieved from each member has me believing these MEN are my long LOST BAND OF BROTHERS! Much RESPECT and GRATITUDE to the entire STREATZENT family!

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