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Allegations of the use of excessive force by police departments in America continue to generate media headlines, more than two decades after the 1992 Los Angeles riots brought the issue to mass public attention and prompted law enforcement reforms. In Ferguson, Mo., a St. Louis suburb, the fatal shooting of teenager Michael Brown by a police officer, Darren Wilson, in August 2014 and a grand jury’s decision not to indict Wilson, has continued to trigger unrest and protests. In New York, the July death of Eric Garner because of the apparent use of a “chokehold” by an officer has also sparked outrage. This follows other recent incidents and controversies, including: an April 2014 finding by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), following a two-year investigation, that the Albuquerque, N.M., police department “engages in a pattern or practice of use of excessive force, including deadly force, in violation of the Fourth Amendment”; and a similar DOJ finding in December 2014 with regard to the Cleveland police department.
Surveys in recent years with minority groups — Latinos and African-Americans, in particular — suggest that confidence in law enforcement is relatively low, and large portions of these communities believe police are likely to use excessive force on suspects. Also joining the discussion was Eric Garner's nephew, Gabriel Reyes. Garner was the man who died in New York City as members of the NYPD tried to arrest him last summer. Garner's nephew spoke with the audience about what he wants to see change within policing in America.
Tune in tonigt we have KELO A.K.A GRAMZUNKUT ... Also We welcome Busta B Home. Royal Flush Lost Member. We turn up in the ROYAL FLUSH MAFIAH STUDIO: GREEN LEAF NETWORK. Hear what he got popping off with ROYAL FLUSH MAFIAH. Call in at 714-868-0228 we KELO IN THE BUILDING DON'T MISS SPECIAL TIME 11:30PM
New Future is a record label from Raleigh, NC that just released a new mixtape called Organized Noize. The mixtape features six of New Future’s artists and and super producer Q Dizzy of Ruff Ryders whose credits include Swizz Beatz, Jadakiss, and Akon. New Future is also known for years opening up for artists with Grand Hustle and Def Jam. Dat Nigga official video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1Em_wWdl8U
RALEIGH, NC – After nearly a year of anticipation it is finally here, North Carolina’s largest hip hop company, New Future Records, has released their latest project, Organized Noize. The mixtape features six of New Future’s artists (Flash, Cash Fortune, Kelo G, Nxva (nova), October Sunset and Q Dizzy) and an all star cast of super producers including Q Dizzy of Ruff Ryders whose credits include Swizz Beatz, Jadakiss, and Akon.
New Future is not just a group of artists; they are a full service music company of experienced professionals. They have spent years opening up for artists with Grand Hustle and Def Jam and their hit video single Dat Nigga was filmed the same night they filmed Right Now by OJ Da Juiceman.
New Future is currently gearing up for his fall tour. To learn more about New Future Records visit www.NewFutureRecords.com
G4L Girl a New Under Ground Group from ATL has hit the Map and is on their way to the big screen.
International R&B sensation, Karim Bhorania is a hot music producer/singer/songwriter based in Switzerland. On stage K`REAM’s remarkable voice gives you the shivers and together with his live band, he is sure to keep the house rocking. He has enthused audiences as the opening act for many notable artists, including Grammy Award-Winning Ne-Yo.
As of February 2014, he is the freshly signed aspiring International import to platinum producer Mark Berry, President of AMG/Universal and his partner Kelo “SE7ENFIGURE” Bigkey based in Toronto, Canada. K’Ream kicked off his press tour in the heart of the south, Atlanta, GA beginning April 1st. He has already been in the studio with Music Producer, L-Roc, and was featured at Spotlight in the City at the Star Theatre this past weekend.
I will be speaking with K'Ream as he shares his press tour de' Atlanta! Learn about the cultural differences in the music scene and where you can find him next!
Follow our conversation via Twitter @OfficialKream @DilworthPR @GiselleAvenue and be sure to Like his page!
In December 2012, the City of Philadelphia seized the deed of Dupree Studios and granted acquisition to the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority in accordance with the Pennsylvania Eminent Domain Code. City Hall has teamed up with private developers to transform the Mantua section, including the project and development of "The Plaza", a suburban-style supermarket encompassing four full city blocks, regretfully reducing Dupree Studios to a parking lot. Sign the petition to stop this action: http://www.change.org/petitions/jannie-blackwell-michael-nutter-return-the-deed-to-property-owners-of-3617-haverford-ave-philadelphia
James Dupree is an accomplished artist, educator, and business owner. Among the first black graduates of the University of Pennsylvania MFA program, and a recent recipient of the UPenn Black Alumni Society's Living Legend Award, he is in many ways an example of the success of Philadelphia’s art institutions in addressing the city’s underprivileged communities. jamesdupree.com
Melinda Haring is the activism manager at the Institute for Justice (IJ), a non-profit public interest law firm dedicated to defending private property rights. IJ represented Susette Kelo and her neighbors before the U.S. Supreme Court in Kelo v. City of New London,as well as many others across the country. Since the Kelo case, IJ has helped saved more than 16,000 properties through grassroots activism and played a role in reforming eminent domain laws in 44 states. IJ has been working with James Dupree since late November.
Aqui les presento algo mas del musica bena del valle De un poco de Tejano asta un poco de Reggeaton algo para toda la gente.
La musica de Hoy.
1. Riezgo - Juntos Tu y Yo
2. Pearla Quintanilla - La Basurita
3. Israel Barrera - Cuanto Te Amo
4. JayDos - Me Haces Volar
5. Kelo McKane - Amarte en Secreto
6. Prexto - No Es Nessesario
7. Lux - Por Tu Amor
8. Tactica Una - Por Tu Amor
9. Baby Ray ft Keven & Ery - Como Tu Lo Haces
10. Roberr ft Big E - Que Tengo Que Hacer
Encuentren a todos los artistas y donde descargar sus temas en nuestra pajina: WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/RGVRADIOSHOW Like!!!
Y para los VIDEOS MUSICALES: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7oGUwjCHwt8gBk0u6BRcUJbz5T-mOT5m : Subscribensen es GRATIS!
This Week in epic local music! From Hip-Hop, R&B to Rock.
This weeks line up is:
-Adrian Q - Go Dumb
-Rizzy - Shades On ft Fino
-Country Gutta - Bout my Dough (Leak)
-Woozie - Rideo Out ft Beat Mecca
-Jay D - Again & Again
-Sick/Sea - Robot
-Kelo McKane - Good Time In the Rain
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Unecc, a musician from Columbus, Ohio will star on today's live show. We'll be discussing her career, controversy, triumphs, goals, dreams, and everything else. Be sure to tune-in as we interview a great artist!
If you haven't already, catch her on the cover of April's Lez Underground magazine. She went in depth about her journey in life, her music, her goals, and her inspirations. Catch her on page 20!
Shoutouts to: HIT M ENT., UNECC, KELO, D Squared (Britani Sade, J’Lynn, KB aka Mikayla Denise, and Jay Vera), DUTCHS, Fantasi, Cedez, and TY aka Security.
Live show with exclusive music tune in every friday from 8-10pm est. submit music for rotation @ firstname.lastname@example.org follow us on twitter @g3mz718 @msfefenab @streetzradio
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH: KELO GRAMZ! GLOBAL THUGZ!
FOLLOW HIM ON TWITTER! @GRAMZUNKUT
Red Maryland continues to break down the Obamacare decision this week, and host Andrew Langer is flying solo! He is joined by Andrew Grossman, a litigator from Baker & Hostetler and Fellow with the Heritage Foundation. Grossman litigated the Obamacare case at the state and appellate level, and he shares his thoughts on the decision with the Broadside listeners. He and Langer draw a line connecting the decision with Justice Roberts previous decisions on property rights and the Commerce Clause, and talk about the 6-year-old Kelo Decision.
Then, the Franklin Center's Tabitha Hale joins the conversation. She was on the steps of the Supreme Court when the decision was announced, and she shares her insights into the antics of the day. They discuss the grassroots response, and whether or not God's wrath continues to be visited upon DC in the form of yet ANOTHER natural disaster.
Finally, Andrew gives previews of things to come, and his review of "Rock of Ages"!
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