• 00:30

    Urban Teen Magazine's Celebrity Interview London Ellis!

    in Entertainment

    Hellooooo, my name is London Ellis and I am singer/songwriter from London chasing my dreams with my big stubborn personality toget my music heard and to make other people happy with it. I have always wanted to be a singer. You know when you are asked in school what you wanna be when you grow up? Well mine wasn’t the astronaut, (even though the thought of jumping around on the moon does sound fun), not the Princess, (even though having a prince whisk me off my feet wouldn’t be such a terrible thing, damn maybe I should re-think this…) but anyway I said “I’m gonna be a Popstar” and I have never changed my mind since.

  • 00:25

    Urban Teen Magazine's Celebrity Interview with Pynk Lemonade!

    in Entertainment

    Un4gettable, Fearless and Determined to be the next top triple threat in singing, dancing, and acting these four talented Los Angeles native consisting of Brielle Angelique ,Sydney Bourne, Inaya Ashanti, and, Simone Carillo who are setting social media on fire with their trendy fashion style, hot moves and musical chemistry. Collectively they have worked with some of entertainments hottest like Dj Skrillez, Pitbull, Christina Aguilera, TI, and more.

  • 01:36

    URBAN SOCIETY

    in Entertainment

    WELCOME TO URBAN SOCIETY!!


    URBAN SOCIETY IS AN OPEN PANEL, INTELLECTUAL DEBATE REGARDING CURRENT EVENTS, ISSUES AFFECTING THE WORLD AND OUR URBAN COMMUNITIES. URBAN SOCIETY EXPLORES DIFFERENT VIEW POINTS ON ISSUES INVOLVING RACISM, POLITICS, SOCIAL ECONOMICS AND OUR URBAN SOCIETY.


    HOSTED BY JAMES JONES, JAMES ACEVEDO, RUSSELL BENFORD (AUTHOR OF "LIES, LIBERTY AND THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS") AND COBRA COMMANDER.


    JOIN THEM EVERY SUNDAY AT 10:30PM EST ONLY ON DOLL HOUSE RADIO!! CALL WITH YOUR QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS AT 646-595-4038 AND PRESS 1 TO TALK.

  • The Urban Woman Radio: Brand New Year

    in Moms and Family

    Welcome to a Brand New Year of the Urban Woman Radio on BlogTalkRadio. We have alot of things to discuss. Did you see the movie Selma ? I had the pleasure of attending a Press Screening as well as Q&A Session with the Producers and Stars of the Movie.  Selma is a powerful movie that is very timely to what is happening now in both Ferguson and NYC. 


    Selma won a Golden Globe for Best Original Song "Glory". Common gave a powerful speech about how Selma changed his views. I think Selma should have won more awards. David Oyelowo was nominated for a Golden Globe but did not win.  I think that is a real injustice. But I am not surprised. David also did very well in The Butler. He has a very unique personality. David is not a Jamie Foxx or a Denzel Washington. I am so happy that Oprah recognizes his talent and genuine spirit.  He is unlike anything we have ever seen.


    I think Ava Devurnay should have won for Best Director. She is the first African American Woman to be nominated for such an honor. Parts of the movie reminded me of Malcolm X. Ava made us explore parts of the character of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr that we had not looked into before. He was much more than "I Have A Dream.." Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was not without flaws. The movie implied that he was not faithful to Coretta or "Corey" as he lovingly referrred to her. I  never stopped to think about his jealousy of Malcolm X.  Ava did an outstanding job.


    No show would be complete without mentioning Dance Moms. We are in Season 5. Three of the original dancers are gone. Nia will most likely become the newest scapegoat. In order to keep the show relevant and full of controversy, Abby Lee Miller is allowing Maddie to participate in Music Videos that will lead to many discussions. First it was Chandelier and now its Elastic which co stars Shia Lebouf. 

  • 00:29

    Urban Teen Magazine's Celebrity Re-Air Interview with Aylssa Galarza!

    in Entertainment

    Alyssa Galarza is an up and coming singer/songwriter who performs in the r&b/pop music genre. She is an Atlanta artist and is working on music for an upcoming EP. She is signed to Cash King Records as their first American artist for a music video release and distribution deal. However, she does independently work her own music through her self-created label, “Scorch Records.” Alyssa is a hard working, focused talent that looks to inspire and create relatable music. As a singer, she has great versatility, which will be clearly evident on her upcoming EP called “Chameleon.”

  • 00:08

    2014 Year In Review – Domestic Policy

    in Politics

    Darrell Castle talks about the issues that dominated domestic policy in 2014.

  • 01:26

    Graphic Policy Radio: Politics and Comics of the Multiverses

    in Pop Culture

    This Monday sees a brand new episode of Graphic Policy Radio, the show that mixes comics and politics. The first week of new comics of 2015 is behind us, and we're talking some of the brand new series that saw their first issues debut last Wednesday.


    On this episode:



    What character has beaten both Thanos and Doctor Doom? That'd be Squirrel Girl. The unbeatable Squirrel Girl gets her own series in Marvel's The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl. We discuss the first issue!
    Last week saw the debut of Agent Carter on ABC, and Marvel's Operation S.I.N. which features Agent Carter! We'll discuss the first issue, as well as the new show. How well has Marvel tied the comic and television series together? Find out!
    Image Expo took place last week, and we'll be discussing the numerous series that Image announced. You can find out what to expect from them in 2015!


    We'll talk all that, and more! We want to hear from you too. Call us with your thoughts, or Tweet us your thoughts at @graphicpolicy.

  • 01:05

    URBAN BLAME RADIO 104.9

    in Hip Hop Music

    URBAN BAME RADIO

  • Graphic Policy Radio: Year in Comics 2014

    in Pop Culture

    It's a new year, and the first episode of Graphic Policy Radio, the show that mixes comics and politics. For the first episode of the year we're looking back at 2014 and looking forward to 2015.


    On this episode we're discussing:



    Our favorite comics and graphic novels of 2014,
    What we think were the top stories of 2014,
    What changes in the comic market place happened over the past year,
    What we're looking forward to in 2015,
    Predictions for 2015!


    We're doing all of that LIVE, and we want to hear from you! What stood out to you about 2014, and what are you looking forward to in 2015? Call in and let us know, or Tweet us your thoughts @graphicpolicy.

  • 00:22

    The Urban Woman Radio: Waiting to Exhale (So Excited for the Whitney Movie)

    in Moms and Family

    Welcome to The Urban Woman Radio. We are definitely waiting to exhale as we anticipate tomorrow's Whitney Houston Movie on Lifetime.  Are you going to be watching ? At first I was not going to watch it. I felt Angela Bassette was being disrespectful to the memory of Whitney Houston especially since her family did not want the movie to happen. 


    After seeing the previews, I think it is going to be a hit like the TLC movie. They certainly did a good job of casting. We will see and you know we do a special recap tomorrow night after the movie.


    Speaking of movies, Selma did not receive as many Oscar nominations as it should. David Oyelowo should have been nominated for Best Actor. However, as I said in my previous show, he is not Denzel nor is he Jamie Foxx or Cuba Gooding Jr. This is in no way meant to be disrespectful. He is not the typical Hollywood definition of cool.  He is more of a Sidney Poitier. Speaking of which he could certainly portray him should they make a movie about his life. 


    I also wanted to mention that we will also be doing restaurant reviews. Today's review is of the restaurant Erawan on Bell Blvd in Bayside. I went there the other day for take out. The waitress asked me, "Would you like to pay first ?" i should have said no. But really ? I did not see anyone else given that "option" 


    Did you all see Dance Moms on Tuesday night ? Holly is in rare form. Showin' out as they say. Big shout outs to Holly. I did not know she is a native New Yorker. She is from the Bronx. Nia deserves so much more than the back row and ethnic roles. She is very talented. I hope Debbie Allen takes her under her wing one day. We all miss Chloe, Paige and Brooke. The show is not the same. Everyone is blaming Abby. I blame the Producers. They cause the drama in order to keep the show on the air. The girls are paying the price...Stay Tuned.


     

  • 02:01

    Chocolate 108.1 / The Urban Jazz Connection featuring D Maurice Waddell

    in Music

    Chocolate 108.1/The Urban Jazz Connection - On WYDL Radio 
    with your host D Maurice Waddell


    Chocolate 108.1/The Urban Jazz Connection (UJC) with will feature Smooth Jazz and R&B music from all over the globe as well as break new artist. The UJC will also showcase favorite and 'overlooked' Jazz and R&B tracks from projects past and present.  The Urban Jazz Connection will also feature artist and interviews and give the listeners the story inside the story of Artist and their music.  The UJC will also keep listeners up to date of the latest news and projects to look out for as well as where to find great shows and artist across the globe.   

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