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Tune in Live tonight @ 9pm as host of SpitSumFlorida Buddy McLean & Flash Finga Flame kick it with our guest for the night YG Rilla and go over a few questions and get into a few of his hit songs. Also make sure you subscribe to itunes so you can download the show & listen on the go!
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The Wake Up Mission Radio Show Hosts Chelene Nightingale and Randy Dees would like to welcome Nancy Schwartz.
She has been an executive recruiter in corporate America for 19 years,her current position being Sales Talent Acquisition Manager.
Nancy was introduced to Network Marketing in 1994 and she will share with her glipmse as to what the future holds for her and for Daryl Yg's Team-All In.
One would have to look far and wide to find a nicer,more positive and friendly person.Her bulletins,Facebook posts and meetings combine professionalism,good humor and positivity.
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#MyRealTalkRadio Interviews West Coast Emcee: Young Sam
For those unfamiliar, Young Sam is an emerging emcee from South Central Los Angeles (AKA "Trapfornia"), perhaps best known for his contributions to California's "jerkin'" dance craze (he describes his sound as dance-encouraging feel-good music). Since his beginnings with the HoodLyfe and Marvel Inc. collectives, as well as the release of his debut mixtape I'm My Own Enemy, he's gone on to release a slew of projects, having collaborated with the likes of IAMSU, 2ElevenDJ, Crashd, Souljah Boy and many more. The last we heard of Young Sam was the February 2014 remix of YG and DJ Mustard's "Who Do You Love" single. Stay tuned for updates on his career, and hit up sammight69her.com for more details.
Tonight on "NU Day"
Sis. Ramona Africa, the only surviving adult from the horrific May 13th 1985 attack on the MOVE Organization will join us for this week's segment of "NU Day. She will provide information about Bro. Phil Africa and the continual work to free the MOVE 9 members that are still incarcerated (political prisoners) for the shooting of a cop that they did not do. Sis. Ramona will also provide insight into the upcoming 20th Year Observance, Rally, and Commemoration, and of the May 13th Bombing of the MOVE Headquarters (in Philly on May 13, 1985) where 11 men, women, and children were murdered and an entire Black/African community was destroyed (64 houses went up in flames) due to the enormous fire caused by the bomb (C4) that was intentionally allowed to burn.
Hosted By: Empress Chi (Founder and President General of the Million Woman March & the MW Universal Movements)
ALSO: See and hear why and how the attempted "set up" of a sister who is fighting for justice for the murder of her brother by police was intentionally and totally "falsely" presented through a news broadcast.
Tyrone Jones was murdered by Maryland cops in July 2013. His Sis. Tawanda Jones has continued non-stop to get answers and to obtain Justice and with that getting those police officers involved "locked up"
JUSTICE FOR TYRONE WEST
HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM THE GRID 10 TEAM AND THE GUILLOTINE TEAM. We're gonna start 2015 out the right way! For this topic here, We're gonna address the shift of the possible cultural landscape that we made be witnessing going into 2015. Between the focus being on Racial tension, success of J.Cole, Kendrick Lamar, D-Angelo and Christian rapper Lecrae, Azalia Banks getting more mention based off her tweets going at Iggy and professing pro blackness There seems to be a shift amongst the horizon.IS CONSCIOUSNESS coming back into society and within the culture? Is it a wrap for "Trap and microwave rappers?
We're also gonna address YG and DJ Mustard's beef, LL Cool J and Canibus squashing their beef, Bobby Smurda getting caught up and what we want to see happen in 2015 so lets get it!
We also got new tracks from Dough Dadon, Killer Mike, Nipsey Hussle, A Unreleased gem from Mac and a Unreleased track Rakim did which was produced by Dr Dre which never got released amongst others so lets bring this year in with a bang!
Tonight on GetAtMe3PcSnack HotNewHits we get to hear the new YG "Imma Do It Ya" ( This cut is hot), then we hear the new Jeremih "Dont Go No Mo" (this one's also hot. Jeremih is on a roll). and we wind up the show tonight spotloighting a new artist out of Mobile Ala. SB Da G. We get to hear his new cut "Sooner Than Later" (representing MIX). This guy is like a trap version of Drake (#RealTalk). So check out these new hot cuts and call in at (347) 826-774
On tonights GetAtMe3PcSnack we spotlighting YG and his new single "WhoDoYouLove" ft Drake (This ones out the door #ItsAHit). Then we get to hear B.O.B.'s "JohnDoe" ft Priscilla(this one is a strong pop song). And rounding it up we get to hear Future's "I Won" ft Kanye West (this song is a great concept dealing with trophy women) .
That's tonight at 11PM on blogtalkradio.com/getatmenow. Join me and my guest host as we take a few moments to check out each song and give you the 411. Call in at (347) 826-7743
On tonight's show we spotlight new street music. The Atl is the home of an emerging TrapHop scene and these cut are some of the new cuts brewing in the streets. YG ft Kendrick Lamar "Really Be" (great wordplay), Doubleman "Rubberbands" (Another stripclub anthem) and Kevin Gates "Don't Know" (this one speaks in the streets). Call in at (347) 826-7743
What I believe that we need is our own, much larger and extended version of The Voice; unfortunately, I think that it would take a rap luminary like Chuck D darn near a decade to explain to YG why standing on a stage and repeatedly stating ‘nigga’ is not a good thing for the African-American community, I could see Rakim physically striking Rich Homie Quan as he grows increasingly frustrated with his inability/refusal to enunciate his words, heck, it may take a century for KRS-ONE and Grandmaster Melle Mel to explain to Young Thug the underlying issues surrounding gender dynamics, racial discord, and imagery; not to mention the process to break Nicki Minaj’s steadfast commitment to present Black women as the modern-day Venus Hottentot for anyone with a dollar in their hand would take every bit of energy that Missy Elliott, Da Brat, MC Lyte, the Real Roxanne, Salt ‘n Pepa, and Queen Latifah have collectively.
Dr. James Thomas Jones III
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