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Welcome Welcome gang to another exciting episode of Detroit Unplugged with your host Aroc along with ISM,Tonight we've got another talent packed show to entertain your brain and showcase all that Hip Hop has to offer with 2 more great interviews first on deck we got Detroits own E ROC gonna join us and let us in on what hes done and doing also we got hip hop prodigy MAD SQUABLZ calling in to chop it up and give us the scoop on what hes been doing so as always we bring you the best that Hip Hop has to offer from Detroit and around the world,so sit back and free your mind so that you can absorb this fountain of valuable information that Detroit Unplugged exudes thru its very pores,Detroit Unplugged with Aroc and ISM only on Michigan United Broadcast
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Luke 22:31-34 (KJV)
31 And the Lord said, Simon, Simon, behold, Satan hath desired to have you, that he may sift you as wheat:
32 But I have prayed for thee, that thy faith fail not: and when thou art converted, strengthen thy brethren.
33 And he said unto him, Lord, I am ready to go with thee, both into prison, and to death.
34 And he said, I tell thee, Peter, the cock shall not crow this day, before that thou shalt thrice deny that thou knowest me.
Welcome Welcome gang to another exciting episode of Detroit Unplugged with your host Aroc along with ISM,Tonight we've got another talent packed show to entertain your brain and showcase all that Hip Hop has to offer with 2 more great interviews First off we got dope emcee Big $ P gonna swoop in and drop us some knowledge about his career and his goings on,and then to round off the night we've got all the way from Vermont super dope producer Brad Vazy and hes gonna drop by and chop it us with us about the past present and future so as always we bring you the best that Hip Hop has to offer from Detroit and around the world,so sit back and free your mind so that you can absorb this fountain of valuable information that Detroit Unplugged exudes thru its very pores,Detroit Unplugged with Aroc and ISM only on Michigan United Broadcast
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Kenjji grew up in Detroit’s Rosedale Park neighborhood, went to Catholic school for eight years, and later attended University of Detroit Mercy and Western Michigan University, where he studied art.
Kenjji dropped his surname because of its connection to slavery and its consequent “unpretty history.”
He was first inspired to create comics after reading Brotherman, one of the first independent comic books featuring a Black superhero, which was published in the late ’80s and early ’90s.
“I decided it was time to reinstate books like Brotherman, which I found so influential and appealing, and the first thing I had to do was create a character that was just as cool as Brotherman,” he explains.
“I wanted to do a character with cornrows — that was the look. Around the time I was working this out, D’Angelo [noted for his cornrows] came out with his album Voodoo, which gave me the inspiration to start researching Voodoo as a background for this character.”
Hence the birth of his protagonist, who was named after a “super-suave friend” by the name of Jovan who lived on Carrington Street.
Kenjji is a strickler for detail, and wanted his book to paint an authentic picture of Voodoo. He extensively researched the history of the misunderstood practice, devouring books and studying under a Voodoo priestess who runs an informational Web site about the practice and history of Voodoo.
Greetings, Please join Shabaka Sankore and Jerry Hayes Jr. every Wednesday at 9pm est /6pm pst and this Wednesday, February 10, 2016 on Melanin and Power Radio Network, Originally we were going to discuss Paul Robeson. However, due to the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, we will be discussing this major catastropohic event and related issues as they pertain to Melaninated people.
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1. A side of The Solution unheard before with Fat Cat Da Boss on the assist.
2. Michigan passes bill that makes sodomy illegal. Meanwhile a water crisis drags on.
3. Why do blacks feel compelled to compete against one another in business and in life decisions.
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Hosts Deb DeRousse and John Cassidy are both Spiritual Mediums who give professional and compassionate readings both on the air and face to face. They try to keep each reading at no more than 5-10 minutes to ensure as many callers as possible a reading. If you want to connect with a loved one on the other side, feel free to call in @ 347-850-8292
John Cassidy is founder of Bumps In The Night Paranormal and Founder of Little Traverse Bay Parafest as well as being a Medium. Deb DeRousse is founder of Paranormal Relief Team, healer, and teacher in the area of Spirituality and Metaphysics. She does Readings on a daily basis out of The Unity Tree Spiritual Center in Houghton Lake, Michigan.
Today's guest is jounalist Amy Haimerl author of "Detroit Hustle."
About our guest and her book:
Journalist Amy Haimerl and her husband had been priced out of their Brooklyn neighborhood. Seeing this as a great opportunity to start over again, they decide to cash in their savings and buy an abandoned house for $35,000 in Detroit, the largest city in the United States to declare bankruptcy.
As she and her husband restore the 1914 Georgian Revival, a stately brick house with no plumbing, no heat, and no electricity, Amy finds a community of Detroiters who, like herself, aren't afraid of a little hard work or things that are a little rough around the edges. Filled with amusing and touching anecdotes about navigating a real-estate market that is rife with scams, finding a contractor who is a lover of C.S. Lewis and willing to quote him liberally, and neighbors who either get teary-eyed at the sight of newcomers or urge Amy and her husband to get out while they can, Amy writes evocatively about the charms and challenges of finding her footing in a city whose future is in question. Detroit Hustle is a memoir that is both a meditation on what it takes to make a house a home, and a love letter to a much-derided city.
Check her out at http://amyhaimerl.com/.
Darren Clora and Eric Thomas are back for the 15th edition of the Last Second Shot Podcast. We talk about the past week in girls basketball in Michigan. Down goes frazier! Lathrup and Bay City John glenn take losses. Detroit country day and Arbor Prep coming out victorious in Saturday matchups. What games are we looking forward to? We are getting closer to the end of the season, do not forget to email us clips for the end of the season mixtape as well as individual mixtapes. Last Second Shot Podcast the voice of girls basketball in Michigan
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On today's isportsMSU Red Cedar Report, isportsweb contributors Ryan McCumber and Tyler Hayward take a look back at what cost Michigan State in their overtime thriller against Purdue. They also talk about the latest news to break regarding point guard Lourawls "Tum Tum" Nairn. Can Denzel Valentine continue to do it all? Plus, did last night somehow put to rest the rumors that Josh Jackson comes to Michigan State?
Exposition hosts Valerie Thomas and Mike Thompson features Jamie C. Sloane, a professional artist currently residing in Gallipolis Ohio. Jamie studied Music Composition at Marshall University (non-graduate), writing symphonies and other large orchestral works. Jamie began to paint as a pastime, and found later that he had a passion as an artist coming through in the visual form. Much of my earlier paintings resemble music in the visual sense. Sloane’s first gallery show was in Gallipolis Ohio at the French Art Colony, titled ‘Translations: Aesthetic Interpretations of Gallipolis’; a visual translation of the historical landscape of Gallipolis Ohio. His second show occurred just one year later, containing 45 new paintings; this was held in Point Pleasant at The Gallery At 409.
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