• 00:30

    Vocal Aura Soundz poet, songwriter and singer

    in Christianity

    Greetings to all God's people thank you for your continue support of this broadcast as we journey through life together.God has called everyone of us to do his will my guest tonight is an Artist, Songwriter and Poet her music is relateable through the many sufferings and loss. Aura music is R&B which resonates through your soul and touches emotions.My guest is Aura Soundz


    Who is Aura Soundz? She is…


    A poet. Whose rhythmical verses formed in her mind years ago and are the basis for many of her songs.
    A songwriter. Putting life to a melody, she uses her poems and experiences to create soulful music.
    A singer. Using her vocals to marry verses to a melody to passionately share her music with fans.


    What can you expect from Aura Soundz? Music that resonates through your soul and touches your emotions. Through her heartfelt lyrics and passionate vocals Aura Soundz’s music will take you on a journey through life’s experiences of gaining love, suffering loss, needing inspiration, and enjoying life. This is what aura sounds like…hope you enjoy the ride

  • 01:06

    **RE-BROADCAST** Meet Celebrity Vocal Coach Dileesa Hunter!

    in Entertainment

    This week on "TheMusicBox" w/ National Recording Artist Tanya Dallas-Lewis, it's Celebrity Vocal Coach Dileesa Hunter! [RE-BROADCAST!]

  • 02:29

    Mary Tyndall joins us today National director for "VOCAL" exposing CPS

    in Current Events

    JOIN MY GUESTS MARY TYNDALL, GRANT BACON, AND MICHELE BUNGE -Three warriors taking on the battle CPS has waged against families-KIDNAPPING OUR CHILDRENin AMERICA - exposing the truth 


     

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  • 02:07

    Javi Bora and Sergio Barros- the Charles Int'l House Music 2-4pm EST Saturdays

    in Radio

    Charles Berrin is the RDJ of Charles International House Music radio program that showcases and features DJs from around the world playing all thea best of HOUSE MUSIC -- Techno, Tribal, Euro, Vocal, Jazz, Ethnic, Progressive, Deep, Minimal, Funky, Soulful, Gospel and more.  Each Saturday from 2 to 4pm (EST) broadcasting from Washington, DC, USA.

  • 01:26

    T Pain "The Iron Way" Live Mixtape Review

    in Music

    Few people can accurately say they’ve changed the course of music; count T-Pain among that short list. His bright, polished arrangements have become the in-demand sound across genres, and his scene-stealing vocal performances are among the most coveted in music. Since bursting on the scene in 2005, T-Pain has been awarded a Grammy, produced and written a plethora of chart-topping and platinum-selling singles, garnered "Songwriter of the Year" and "Producer of the Year" honors at the BMI Urban Awards and earned a BET Award. So it should come as little surprise that the musical maestro’s tremendous, self-produced third album, THR33 RINGZ, stands as a sonic odyssey brimming with innovation.


    Indeed, T-Pain can speak from that perspective because he knows what it is like to struggle. His Tallahassee, Florida hometown was lacking music industry opportunities and connections, so the man born Faheem Najm chose the T-Pain moniker to signify his plight. He taught himself how to make music, write songs and record music. 


    T-Pain’s use of the vocoder made his music stand out, and his prolific, high-quality output turned him into one of music’s most oft-imitated and in-demand producers, singers and collaborators. His first two albums, 2006’s Rappa Ternt Sanga and 2007’s Epiphany, have been certified gold, thanks to hit singles such as “I’m N Luv (Wit A Stripper)” and “Buy U A Drank (Shawty Snappin’).” He has also collaborated with Kanye West (Good Life), Chris Brown (“Kiss Kiss”) Flo Rida (Low) Plies (Shawty) and Bow Wow (“Outta My System”) for platinum singles.


    tpain.com | @TPain

  • 00:56

    DW3 pays “Tribute” to their late drummer-mentor Ricky Lawson

    in Entertainment

    GRAMMY®-nominated vocalists DW3 are brothers Billy & Eric Mondragon and Damon Reel.  With the release of their highly-anticipated Woodward Avenue Records debut, Southern California’s premiere R&B, funk and contemporary urban jazz powerhouse DW3 lets the world in on a cool “Vintage Truth” paying tribute to their late drummer Ricky Lawson.


     “Vintage Truth” features contributions from a handful of the genre’s superstar performers. Brian Culbertson plays piano on the opening track, the rousing, vocal harmony laden R&B tune “Let The Music.” Paul Brown produced, mixed and contributes his inimitable guitar to “I Can’t Tell You Why,” while Greg Adams lends trumpet and horns to Eric’s original tune “Hold Me,” and Dave Koz infuses his lush sax emotion on “When You Cry.”  Before he passed away, legendary GRAMMY®-winning drummer Ricky Lawson, who performed with DW3 in the final two years of his life, co-produced four of the core tracks on “Vintage Truth” with keyboardist Sean Dancy – including “Dance With Me,” “Overjoyed,” “California Dreamin’” and “When You Cry.”


    Follow DW3 on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

  • 01:01

    DJ Deeper Impakt in France hosts the Charles International House Music 9-10pmCET

    in Radio

    DJ Deeper Impakt in France hosts this weekly session on the Charles International House Music radio program that showcases and features DJs from around the world playing all the best of HOUSE MUSIC -- Techno, Tribal, Euro, Vocal, Jazz, Ethnic, Progressive, Deep, Minimal, Funky, Soulful, Gospel and more.  Each Friday from 9pm til 10pm (CET) broadcasting from FRANCE

  • 01:59

    NYAIRWAVES YOUTH RADIO - FRIDAY - 5:00 pm PST - BE SURE TO TUNE IN........

    in Music

    GUEST (2)


    Dwaine Lewis 37 year old from Mandeville Manchester Jamaica. He began his vocal journey as a child, deeply inspired by his family. The house was always filled with music, of course having seven sisters and three brothers, him being the youngest, they were always giving him musical inspiration. He’s a very versatile writer and performer. Currently, turned rapper and DJ, freestyle being his strong suite, he loves to be the life of the crowd and giving his all in every performance.


    GUEST (1)


    Chesapeake, Ohio Native Joshua Lee Coffee is the ultimate definition of a rags to riches life story.  Struggling with the support of his family, only having his grandmother as his rock and raised him, he took life by the horns and conducted his own destiny and dreams. First studying to be an electrician for Heat and A/c and soon after following in his father’s footsteps, become a trucker for 3 years. Only realizing that wasn’t his calling.  Becoming a strong individual inside and out, pumping iron constantly. Shaping his true potential throughout his mind, body, and spirit. Becoming a fitness trainer, and helping others along their journey as well.


    “I needed a positive outlet and that was one of the hobbies that my dad had so I figured that we could have that in common. I got really interested and started doing lots of research on nutrition and training. Soon my body was changing and I wanted to be able to start helping people get healthy and fit as well. In 2013 I joined an amazing company called ViSalus. 

  • 00:15

    Ariana Miyamoto is NOT Japanese Enough

    in Current Events

     


    Instead of celebrating her crown, Ariana Miyamoto is already finding the need to defend it.  


    Japan's newest Miss Universe contestant broke barriers when she was recent chosen to represent her country. But because the 20-year-old is the daughter of a Japanese woman and a black man from America, some are questioning whether she really is Japanese enough to hold the title.


    According to Japanese websites, comments on Twitter ranged from, "Is it okay to select a hafu to represent Japan?" to "Because this is Miss Universe Japan, don't you think hafu are a no-no." Hafu is a Japanese term used to refer to someone who is biracial. 


    In an interview with press, Miyamoto insisted that while she doesn't "look Japanese" on the outside, on the inside, there are many Japanese things about her.


    In addition to being born and raised Nagasaki, the young adult also is a Japanese citizen who can speak the language fluently.


    While some critics have been vocal about their hopes of having another contestant take her spot, others have shown their support for the newly crowned beauty queen.

  • 01:52

    The Biz With D: Interview w/ Brave Williams + Sassy + Sky (VH1's Black Ink Crew)

    in Music

    At an early age, Brave embraced her musical talents, having already started her musical career when casted as a Lead Singer for the MTV Reality show, P. Diddy’s “Making The Band”. Although she was subdued from the reality show by the struggle of her father’s diagnosis of prostate cancer and early signs of dementia, her talent was still destined for success, which she earnestly grappled for. The Grammy award-winning producer, Rich Harrison, found Brave’s vocal innocence and talent captivating and signed her under Columbia Records. Having later been dropped from the record label, she was devastated by the sound of Beyoncé’s “Crazy In love,” a track that was originally created for her while recording with Harrison.


    Determined to follow her soul and pursue her musical dreams, Brave moved to Los Angeles. After three years of development and hard work, Brave found herself in front of Rich Harrison once again; however, this time with the idea of an all-girl group which she named “Richgirl.” Brave, the soul creator of the group, took the lead in landing “Richgirl” a major deal with Jive Records. The group instantly created billboard hits including their first singles “24’s” and “He Ain’t Wit Me Now.”

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