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First there was MySpace and Facebook. Later, Twitter took the world by storm and now we have Instagram and Pintrest. Tune in as Howard and David investigate the pros and cons of social media in American society. Please call in at (718) 664-6025, speak your mind or join our chat room live on the page of the broadcas You can email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org, tweet us @talkaboutshow or follow our blog at blog4.themarchingpodcast.com
Special guest Joe Joseph from Freedom Link Radio called in to discuss the latest Syria developments and why The Powers that Be are The Powers that Shouldn't Be.
We also announced our Twitter campaign TWEET TO IMPEACH: we sent out 435 Tweets, one to every House of Representatives member, to impeach President Barack Obama for giving aid and comfort to al Qaeda in Syria under Article III, Section III, Clause 1 of the U.S. Constitution. Over 6,000 Tweets have been sent at this point...will you join?
Joe's new radio show premiers next week 9/9/2013 on Truth Frequency Radio: http://truthfrequencyradio.com/freedomlink/.
Check your watch, no doubt its time! It's Celebrity Thursday on the D-Hour Radio Network and on this show we will be talking with R&B singer and starlet Tweet as well as female hip hop legend MC Lyte. And as always we will be bringing you all the hits from new, amateur, unknown, and up and coming (R&B, Hip Hop, Pop, and Neo-Soul) artists! Tune in for the Do's and Don'ts segment, The Fab Fabulous News, Music Appreciation, and D-Slate's Double play! We will be also giving
In March 2002, Tweet entered the charts with her debut solo single, "Oops (Oh My)", a risqué song about self-loving and appreciation. The song was produced by Timbaland and featured guest vocals by Missy Elliott. The single hit number one on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and number seven on the Billboard Hot 100, with the help of a remix featuring Fabolous. In April 2002, Tweet released her debut album Southern Hummingbird to mostly strong reviews. The album featured production by Craig Brockman, Nisan Stewart, guitarist John "Jubu" Smith, Timbaland (who contributed four tracks) and Tweet herself. It also featured guest vocals by Elliott on "Oops (Oh My)",Bilal on "Best Friend", and BeatClub Records' Ms. Jade on "Sexual Healing (Oops Pt. 2)", and included a bonus track performed by Elliott, "Big Spender". The album was filled with soul-stirring vocals and lyrics taken from Tweet's own life experiences. The album spawned another two singles, Timbaland-produced "Call Me", and the radio single "Smoking Cigarettes", which had a video shot and directed by Little X but was never released. The album debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 chart.
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