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Come have a listen as i and Mc Brooks shares some of his music with us this Friday!!
Bio: MC Brooks is a hip hop artist that hails from the nation's capital of Washington D.C. An eclectic emcee whose maturity and intellect well surpasses his age, Brooks deals with various subjects in his music - including politics, love and relationships, and the love for his craft. Among his musical influences are: The Beatles, Talib Kweli, Atmosphere, My Chemical Romance, The Rolling stones, Ella Fitzgerald, KRS-One and Rage Against The Machine.
A graduate of Delaware State University, Brooks first began making music at the age of 14 after being encouraged to rap by his friends. His interest in hip hop grew over the years as he performed with several rap-rock bands in high school. Eventually going solo in 2005, Brooks continued to hone his lyrical skills while studying audio production. It was during this time that he also developed long lasting friendships with other young freethinking lyricists, including C-Gats and Gripp – which resulted in some great collaboration on each others bodies of work (including the single, “The ARC”).
In 2009, MC Brooks released his first mix tape, "Lines to Stripes, Rhymes to Mics". He then followed up with a second volume by the same name in 2011. Volume 3 was released on October 4th, 2013 which featured the singles "The Overflow" and "Hey". His first full length album titled, “The Dead Zone” will be released in 2014.
Father Teresa and MC Brooks discussing style, writing technics and spitting some verses.
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BFT Contributer and Host MC Brooks is releasing his debut album on 4/21. On this special episode, he will play each track and provide some insight into the creation of the project, the concept, and the process that he endured to complete this project fully. He will break down each track individually and take fan calls about the music. Be sure to tune in Wednesday at 8pm!
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Our guest this evening is Stanley D. Glick , Ph.D. , M.D., Professor Emeritus at Albany Medical College, who will be talking about his research on ibogaine and the ibogaine congener 18-MC (18-Methoxycoronaridine) and their potential as anti-addiction drugs.
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In this episode, Keith, Will, and guest Zipp Duncan break down and preview UK's offensive line heading into the season. Zipp, since he used to play for UK, goes into great detail on zone-blocking schemes and what it's like to be recruited.
In this episode we talked about: the job offensive line coach John Scharlman has done developing and recruiting the past two years, Zipp goes into further detail on the nuances of a zone-blocking scheme, the lack of depth at offensive tackle, what advice Zipp has for UK's offensive linemen commits in the 2016, among other things.
Zipp also told a great Rich Brooks story, but my recorder failed me as he was beginning the story. I'm sorry about that (we'll have to have Zipp back to tell it again), and I'm also sorry for the way my cold makes me sound.
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ORLANDO PRESENTZ: BEFORE THE FAME is a platform that initiated as a positive, Christian music movement created by Orlando Page. Inspiration for this platform from came from first hand experience in the difficulty of indie artists trying to get their music played on the radio on regular basis. Thus, Orlando created a network where newer, indie artist could have their own music absolutely free! In addition, his show "Before The Fame" also allows new, indie artists to guest on the show and share their testimony/story behind the artists, their songs, their goal in doing Christian music, and so much more!
A Renaissance Man does everything well, ala Leonardo Davinci. As a father, grandfather, husband, youth leader, football coach AND MC, Damon Curtis knows the sacrifice and dedication it takes to strive for excellence.
One look at his family history and there’s no doubt about why music is a priority. His mom’s family brought Jazz and Funk to the table, while his grandmother was a classically trained pianist and his father toured with Gold certified singer Millie Jackson.
This nurtured Damon’s love for music. And, in the 80’s, he fell in love with emceeing, taking cues from pre-CSI LL Cool J and Kool Moe D. After joining the Air Force and getting married, he put the mic down, but picked it up again in 2006, shortly after Jesus brought him back to the faith.
With a love for Christ and hip-hop (especially that boom-bap), Idiomz da Prophesayer (Idiomz) emerged
Our guest this week will be Brad Falls from Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, an Afghanistan veteran, squad and section leader of a heavy weapons antiarmor company, Harley rider and Iron Order MC Club member. We will be hearing his stories and experiences from his 12 years in the infantry and 15 months in Afghanistan, the effect that it had on him and his team when they came home, and how motorcycles and camaraderie helped to bring their world back together. This is sure to be intense episode folks.
About the Magazine: A 144-page digest-size monthly magazine and devotional in one, Simple Grace offers its readers a daily dose of hope. Developed with the Christian woman in mind, the heart of the magazine is a daily devotional that offers the reader a chance for reflection on the majesty of the Father (in the form of a beautiful photo of God’s creation), communion with the Son
1. Why is a mainstream magazine company entering the Christian market long after most faith-based magazines have failed?
2. Given your time serving on staff for other women’s publications, how does this hopeful magazine differ in its content?
3. What do you find refreshingly different about the content of Simple Grace versus some other popular glossies on the newsstands today?
4. Unlike other faith-based publications that can be denominationally-focused, Simple Grace crosses those lines. Why is that important?
5. The magazine’s tagline is “Your daily dose of hope.” Why is that concept so important to readers?
6. What has been the initial reaction to the first two issues of Simple Grace?
7. For the millions of people who love Jesus Calling, why will they also love Simple Grace?
8. Why is this magazine so important? What do you hope Christians will discover by reading Simple Grace?
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This week, Arthur C. Brooks discusses “The Conservative Heart”; Alexandra Alter has news from the publishing world; Susan Southard talks about “Nagasaki”; readers offer changes to the literary canon; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.
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