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The “Siren” is what she has been classically known as, once your ears have had an experience with her voice, and your vision set on her perfectly Asian-Almond shaped eyes, matched with the most captivating smile known to mankind; you too will come to know Urban Rock R&B Artist; NiQue. Emerging from Washington, DC -P.G. County Maryland, NiQue embodies a soulful defiance to industry stereotypes, and has been able to do effortlessly… blend the edginess of rock, with the smooth and soulful sounds of R&B. NiQue is determined to make music that inspires, challenges, provokes and stirs the soul.
Your favorite Urban Fiction hosts K.C. Baylor and Santiago discussing how much of a role prison plays in the urban fiction genre. Some of the pages are ripped straight out of real life situations. This weeks topic calls you to think of where the genre originated. Don't forget to give us a call, comment or shoutout @ 347-989-0235. Follow us We make Publishing Sexy!
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Salvation in the urban culture to save all that call on Him in truth. The Holy Spirit leading the people of God to communicate in Gospel Rap and Spoken Word Poetry! Glory to God in the Highest! Talents and gifts are out to draw others to Christ Jesus! To Him be the Praise!
It is hard to refer to either of the Jackson couple without mentioning the other. They are truly a team who have distinguished themselves as urban heroes both individually and as a couple. Both are CUBM graduates, with Helen earning her Masters in Organizational Leadership and Andrew working on his bachelor's degree as we broadcast. Helen also serves as the Recruiting Specialist for CUBM, while Andrew serves as building maintenance supervisor for the seminary in which CUBM has classes. Both the Jacksons join Karla and John today to talk about their lives together and their ministry philosophy that has earned them the well-deserved title of urban heroes!
Hip-Hop has not only grown but has expanded and created insane amounts of opportunities for the music industry. It was said to be a phase that wouldn't last but a few years but has since changed the game tremendously. It's hard to deny its role in Urban Fiction with so many stories using the same glamorous approach. However, how much of an influence has it played in the genre is the question. Come along as your favorite Urban Fiction Hosts K.C Baylor and Co-Host Santiago goes indepth about tonight's topic
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Do you have fits when your snobby friends espouse their pro-gluten ways?
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The Urban Squirrel Alliance is a podcast following the hilarious rantings of author Christopher Huntingford and his alliance of truly random friends and guests.
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Yes, today's guest has the same last name as Karla Byrd, John's cohost, and that is because Oliver Byrd is Karla's husband. On today's show, John and Karla begin interviewing the 2015 class of Urban Heroes and they will start with Oliver. Oliver worked at Mellon Bank for many years, but also served the community as the chair of the United Way and the chairman of the August Wilson Center for African American Culture in downtown Pittsburgh. Oliver will talk about growing up in Pittsburgh and what motivated him to serve so selflessly throughout his career.