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Due to those infamous time constraints, this week's show listing is going to be straight with no chaser. Check out Dburt and Capt. Kirk for this week's latest Mid Week in Review broadcast airing this Wednesday at 7:30pm sharp. The topics to be discussed are: are the BET Awards certifiably a minstrel admiration program? ; what exactly is the current interpretation of "the (Black) struggle?" And is the struggle more perilious for the millenials or generations past; ; a Black NJ prep school class president loses her title for mocking the White student body; a Florida GOP congressional candidate who happens to be Black recently experienced a very disturbing case of racial discrimination; The Root finally addresses the apparent dearth of female rap artists; a Facebook data scientist admits to enacting a psychological experiment aimed at approx. 700,000 of the social network's members and lastly, Breakingbrown.com highlights Dr. Adolph Reed's book, Class Notes, which places a microscopic lens on class distinctions between African Americans. Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
Join Perfect Ego & Baby Doll @ 9pm Eastern to discuss Rappers & Jail Time. Are rappers desperate for street credit? Is the perception of Hip-Hop completely wrong? Call in to discuss the recent Big House and Holding Tank sentences of Hip-Hop community citizens. The ladies are about to put yall up on game!
While Perfect Ego and Baby Doll give the best of sarcastic satire and disrespectful love tap opinions on current events and juicy gossip, the show focuses on revealing the best of “Independent Entertainment” as a whole, plays music and interviews the best independent music artists, producers, film directors, models, freelance photographers, writers, actors, etc.
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Erica's mom brought her to her first audition when she was 8 years old. She didn't make the cut. But the next year, she went back to the same audition, and got the part. She hasn't stopped performing since. When she looks back at it, she's glad she didn't make the cut the first time, because that is when she learned the valuable lessons of hard work and persistence. From an early age, she realized that she is not afraid of failing, she is only afraid of never trying.
With this mindset, she put her life in a U-Haul and left her hometown of Roswell, GA to pursue Musical Theatre in NYC. She rolled into Times Square at 4am and thought, "What in the world did I get myself into?" But, of course, she couldn't trade that experience for anything. While there, she got to train with Broadway's best, travel the country with leading roles, and become both a better performer and a stronger person.
After one of her shows, she felt that God was leading her in a new direction. So, she grabbed her red cowboy boots and headed to Nashville, TN, where she knew all of 3 people. Through many divine interventions, she found herself spending her days on Music Row and getting the opportunity to collaborate with great musicians and songwriters.
She realized that her goal for theater and songwriting are one in the same: to make people feel something. It's not that she left theater behind, it's that theater has enhanced her new journey of being an artist. Keep a look out for her debut single, "This House is Haunted."
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Jojo Georgiou is known by many on The London Comedy Circuit as The Texas Tornado because she creates a whirlwind where ever she performs ... or it might be that she originates from Texas, USA.
With 100′s of gigs, open mic and pro gigs under her belt, Jojo Georgiou brings you a tirade of filthy, unspeakable depravity with a bite and acid tongued style, delivered in a way that makes you love her from the first word.
Everyone says they can rap, right? No, they can't. Many people say they can battle rap=that they're the greatest to do this. But the truth IS, they're NOT. Artist Prince Bricks has proven his strength in Battle Rap on Grandeur Radio. But, there's a lot more people who have bars...Now are they skilled enough to get in the ring for $100,000, or are they all stuntin? This isn't instigation, this is a challenge for you to gain exposure and possibly win something when it's all said and done. Bricks said no one is takin his spot in this win leading up to $100,000. ask him yourself on Twitter @8BlockBrickz.
Got Bars or Nah?
This female emcee differs from many. A native of the tough streets of Watts, California, Kanary Diamonds is diligent and zealous, quickly becoming known as one Hip Hop’s sexiest female rappers.
Both skillful and proficient Kanary Diamonds has had the chance of collaborating with many artists. She has been featured on The Games mixtape “Red Room”, as well as on Mack 10’s Hustla’s Handbook with the song “By the Bar.” Kanary has also joined forces with Chingy, Colby O’Donis, Yo-Yo, Glasses Malone, Kam, Lady of Rage, and others. The exotic, half Puerto Rican beauty knows how to get in touch with her roots recording “Candy Girl” with Tatyana Ali on the Reggaeton compilation Puro Fuego.
Learning the tricks of the trade along the way and also writing her own music, this allows Kanary D to shine amongst other female artists. Kanary D comes forth with hard hitting production and a delivery that’ll be sure to make listeners enjoy with the volume turned all the way up. Inspired by artists such as Dr. Dre, Tupac, Biggie, Jay-Z, and Lauryn Hill, Kanary Diamonds deems herself unstoppable. There is no doubt this ambitious, focused, and extremely driven rapper will take the game by storm. She strives daily to perfect her craft so that one day soon her name will be a part of Hip Hop’s greatest rap legends.
Tune in live every week for a huge turnt up surprise. Ya girl DJ Cali Gold is back with a vengeance. No one is safe.. Talk Radio mixed in with some Hot Music.. Send your music in mp3 format to email@example.com. Call in live to speak to the host, or listen to the show from your phone 347-857-2364.
Tonite... we have some discussions about "Current Situations"... Wine Down with us to share your thoughts about some of the hottest topics "trending" in our worlds!
Grab the Moscato and your tablet and tell Sh’ Moore all about it! On Wednesday nights, you get the chance to see life through the eyes of the opposite sex. Get the thoughts and views of life and love from the “horse’s mouth”. Along with her co-host, Sh’ Moore offers insight about various topics that men and women face in everyday living. Along with the look into the male and female psyche, Sh’ Moore dedicates time to introduce you to aspiring talent and ambitious entrepreneurs. An hour of your evening well spent and purposefully used! Are you listening?
Tonight we're joined by Robin Farina and Jill Gass who are part of the first all women's team to compete in the Trois Etapes Tour. The race is a fundraiser for World Bicycle Relief. Competitors will cross many of the toughest climbs from the Tour de France during the three day event. For the first time ever, on August 7-10, an all-female team will take on the Trois Etapes Tour. We will tackle some of the most grueling climbs of the Grand Tour in the French Pyrenees with a goal to mobilize women in rural Africa and promote women’s cycling around the world.
Our team will be led by Evelyn Stevens of Specialized-lululemon. Team members include:
Chrissie Wellington, Four-time Ironman World Champion, legend in the endurance world, and a key player for Le Tour Entier and La Course;
Robin Farina, Professional cyclist and President of the Women’s Cycling Association, a nonprofit that advocates for the development of women’s cycling equitably and sustainably;
Jill Gass, Coach at B4T9, a women’s cycling team based in California;
Vicki Ford, Endurance triathlete and cyclist from Austin, TX;
Heidi Wood, Elite cyclo-cross racer and avid road cyclist from Seattle, WA;
Sarah Boddington, Avid road cyclist from Surrey, UK; and
April Marshke, Specialized Women’s Business Manager in Europe.
After her third consecutive Ryan Shay mile win, in a time of 4:21, Heather Kampf takes some time to chat with INSIDEtrack. We want to hear more about how she see's herself as a miler, what to expect for her next race in Pittsburg, and what her experience has been running for Team USA Minnesota.