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THIS IS THE RELAUNCH OF WORLD BATTLE LEAGUE RADIO. WE WILL BE DISCUSSING THE PHILADELPHIA BATTLE SCENE ALONG WITH WHO IS THE NEXT TO BLOW UP AS WELL AS THE UP AND COMING RISE OF PHILLY BATTLE RAPPERS AND EVENTS. TONIGHT WE WILL HAVE FROM PITT FIGHTS, SHAKA PITTS ON THE SHOW. HE WILL BE DISCUSSING WHAT IS RIGHT AND WRONG WITH BATTLE RAP, PITT FIGHTS, UPCOMING EVENTS AND MUCH MORE. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO CALL IN THE NUMBER TO DIAL IS 646-200-3462. PRESS 1 IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO TALK. MAKE SURE YOU CHECK OUT THE WEBSITE WWW.OFFICIALKULTURERADIO.COM AND ALSO IF YOU HAVE MISSED ANY PASS SHOWS ON OFFICIAL KULTURE RADIO, YOU CAN GO TO WWW.BLOGTALKRADIO.COM/VPDEEZY. FOLLOW US ON TWITTER @WBL_PHILLY @OKRRADIO @VPDEEZY.
In the episode, Shaka Ndugu Kemet is questioned by a caller named "Brother Sal" whose has three degrees. Shaka Ndugu Kemet also goes by another username "Afrostyly" and had posted over 400 videos on his youtube channel "Historynotmystery" , with the "ILLUMINATI" agenda of trying to "DISS" the NATION of ISLAM" and ALL "BLACK UNITY" efforts of African Americans.
To learn more about Shaka Ndugu Kemet, visit youtube channel "adiwali41"
Brother Sal is a very articulate and intelligent brother and just by asking Shaka one question, Shaka "diverts", "buckdances" and then begins to insult the caller, all within the first week of Shaka's Blogtalktalkradio show. Listen how Brother Sal easily exposes Shaka Ndugu Kemet's fraudulent career as a "ILLUMINATI AGENT"
Scheduled Guests: "Black Magic" Shaka & Ant from the band Rekindle!Shaka has been a veteran of the East Coast indy scene for years. He combines a hard hitting MMA-based style with a sound technical base. It is our pleasure to welcome him to the show for the first time to discuss his career.Also, we'll talk with Ant from the band Rekindle. Fresh from a tour, we'll see where this band is going.And, we'll discuss UC 159!
Author of Writing My Wrongs, writes about the tragedies that led to him going to prison and shares his transformation with transparency.
I watched this brother's video on Teds talk, and immediately had to have him on the show to share his very powerful story.
As a writer and mentor he shares his story of redemption with youth and young adults at high schools, universities and conferences across the nation. While serving nineteen years in prison, He transformed his life, and once he returned home, began mentoring young males who were headed down the same destructive path that led him to prison.
South Florida's own Shaka Pace
Artist he's played with: Gospel artist John P Kee, Yolanda Adams, Ben Tankard,Toni Terry, Trick Daddy, Blue Cantrell, Kevens, Big Bottom, Rick Ross, Jazmine Sullivan, Ace Hood, Young Jeezy, Usher, Ghostface Killa, Julez Santana, Rhinna, Kevens, Wayne Marshall, Ricky Martin just to name a few!!!
SOCIAL REHAB IS A RADIO SHOW/MOVEMENT THAT'S INTENDED TO BRING MUSIC, ARTS, CULTURE AND EDUTAINMENT TO THE MASSES AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO THE PROGRAMMING THAT GOES ON IN TODAYS MAINSTREAM RADIO AND T.V. PROGRAMS. WITH A VARIETY OF DIFFERENT ARTIST INTERVIEWS, MUSIC AND INFORMATION WE WOULD HOPE TO BROADEN ONES HORIZONS AS TO THE OTHER OPTIONS THAT EXIST... IN OFF THE GRID STYLE..EVENTS SUCH AS ....SOCIAL REHAB RADIO!!!!!!! ENJOY!!!!
Tonight on H.L.Ent Reality Radio show we have two rappers who were born in raised in Paterson, New Jersey. Wolf Howlin who relocated to California is really howling with his hot single "Play u". E-Dot who still lives in Paterson, is making major moves as his music is steadily knocking down industry doors. Don't miss the show tonight with 2 of the hottest rappers 3000 miles to Jersey. Also hip hop artist shaka will be in the building
Uziah "Sticky" Thompson (1 August 1936 – 25 August 2014) was a Jamaican percussionist, vocalist and deejay active from the late 1950s. He worked with some of the best known performers of Jamaican music and played on hundreds of albums.
Thompson found employment with Clement "Coxsone" Dodd, assisting him with running his sound system, in time becoming a deejay with the system under the name "Cool Sticky". He became one of the earliest men to record in the new deejay style, using his mouth to make clicks and other percussive sounds. As a deejay he recorded with The Skatalites and can be heard on the tracks "Ball Of Fire", "El Cat Ska", "Guns of Navarone", as well as others. While working for Dodd he became friends with Lee "Scratch" Perry, and Thompson recorded as a deejay for Perry, and for Joe Gibbs in the late 1960s, on tracks such as "Train to Soulsville.
Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Lewis sang in church from an early age . forming a singing group called The Regals. By the mid-1960s, he began recording and had one of the earliest rocksteady hits with "Take It Easy" in late 1966.The track was recorded with Lynn Taitt and the Jets and is regarded as one of the first rocksteady singles.the first 'herb' song ever recorded in Jamaica, "Cool Collie". He worked for Duke Reid as an arranger and backing vocalist, and won the Festival Song Contest in 1970 with "Boom Shaka Lacka". He began working as a singer with Byron Lee & the Dragonaires, and in 1971 had a hit with "Grooving Out On Life".
Lewis continued to release records, but his success after the early 1970s was limited. Lewis released This Is Gospel in 1996 on his own label, Bay City Music, founded in the 1980s.
Shaka says: "Twenty one years ago, at the age of 19, I shot and killed a man. I was a young drug dealer with a quick temper. He showed up on my doorstep at two o'clock in the morning uninvited. We exchanged words, and before I knew it, I had pulled out my pistol and started shooting. He was hit multiple times and died later at the hospital. I went on the run for two days before I was arrested and charged with open murder. For years, as I served out my sentence for second degree murder, I blamed everybody else but myself for the decision I made that fateful night. I was bitter and angry and hurting inside from an innocence lost. It wasn't until I started writing about the pain from my childhood and the things I experienced selling drugs on the unforgiving streets of Detroit that I started to release the anger and began to heal deep, emotional wounds.
Writing about my wrongs was the first of many steps that I took to atone for taking a man's life. Through the transformative power of writing, I accepted responsibility for my decisions and have used my experience to help others avoid the path that I took in my youth. This is my story and it is my hope that by Writing My Wrongs, I can help others right their wrongs."
While some lament about the absence of jobs in economically depressed communities, there are others who see today's condition as an opportunity to develop the spirit of entrepreneurship in youth. Pastor Lisa Brown, founder of the Rainbow Covenant Economic Development Coalition, shares her vision of a community center that will provide the spiritual inspiration, emotional counseling, educational foundation, computer skill training, entreprenurial experience and global busines opportunities for youth to break the cycle of economic dependency. She and her staff discuss the success of their program and its expansion to empower the Austin Community of Chicago. Their success can create a model for other urban areas to follow. At the 8am hour, Shaka Barak, President of the Marcus Garvey Instittute recounts how Marcus Garvey, a great visionary, in history broke the mental chains of dependency among the African American children of freed slaves with his slogan, "Rise Up, You Mighty Nation, You Can Accomplish What You Will!" He along with studets at the Marcus Garvey Elementary School recount how Marcus Garvey instilled he philosophy of "Do For Self" and helped spark a Renaissance of creativety which grew into a successful global independence movement. The poverty driven crime and violence in the urban community can be overcome by a mere change in thought. Today's guests examine that process of self empowerment. What are the steps to transformation from victim to the victorious?
All imigrants who come to America and establish business have a homeland they are connected to, from which they can import products to sell to U.S. residents. When African Americans complain that their neighborhoods are dominated by Korean and Arab run businesses, this is the reason why. There is no outside government providing products for African Americans and the ties with African nations have not enabled African Americans to offer common products at competitive prices in African American stores. African Americans have often discussed separating from the U.S. and forming an independent nation in order to build an independent economy and establish independent schools. But is this group of people less than 20% of America's population more than 60% of the jail population,experienced enough for self government? How has having an African American President and African American members of congress and state government prepared African Americans with the skill to run a country? The South seceded from the North and created a war. Could African Americans break away peacefully and start a new country withinn the U.S. Joining us today is Shaka Barak, President of the Marcus Garvey Institute. Later we'll be joined by Professor and Author Ezra Aharune, and we'll address the issue of Sovereignty.