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DJ Cee O and MC Lloyd Holloway are back for The Takeover. Tonight's show focuses on Legendary producer Pete Rock and Super Group Bone Thugs N Harmony.
Pete Phillips, AKA Pete Rock has a sound that shaped the golden era and influenced many of todays priducers. With a discography that starts in 1993 and continues to today, Rock has solo albums, group albums and tons of remixes with artists in all genres. Best known for his work with C.L. Smooth, Pete Rock's influence in the golden era and beyond is undeniable. With joints like, "T.R.O.Y.", "The Creator" and Prodcutions credits like "The World is Yours" (Nas), Rock is truly a foundational member of the hiphop community.
Best known for the their crossover smash "Crossroads", Bizzy, Layzie, Krayzie, Wish Bone and Flesh and Bone form the super group Bone Thugs N Harmony. Starting in 1991, the group from Cleveland, Ohio brought the world a sound that had never been heard before. Their first major release under Ruthless Records brought the singles "Foe the love of $" and "Thuggish Ruggish Bone" which were instant classics The group has recorded ten albums and starting working on their 11th in 2015.
So kick back, call in, and hang out with Dj Cee O and Holloway on The Takeover!!!
Welcome Welcome gang to another exciting episode of DMT Radio with our very special Detroit Unplugged Edition 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 the first one is a make up interview that weve been looking forward to and thats Ebony Bankston shes gonna chop it up with us and let us know what shes got poppin and then we have recording artist Da Golden Child gonna drop in and let us in on his career 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
Pride Of Detroit finds itself in the midst of a win streak! We don't know what to do with ourselves. Let's talk...
(3:45): ...about the Oakland game! Where do we start in talking about a game of surprisingly competent football for the Lions? What's changing in our opinions of the season? How did the defense get it turned around? Can Caldwell actually win his way to keeping his job or is it just the fear of fans?
(22:40): ...about Philadelphia and Thanksgiving! Amazing what two wins can do for attitudes as the crew eyes a third straight Lions victory and defends Thanksgiving yet again. What's going on with the Eagles? Also, Jeremy really wants to see the Lions beat Mark Sanchez.
(32:20) ...about the NFL? We don't have a lot to talk about, so we end up talking about some league-wide news. Bad refereeing, Case Keenum, and Carolina Panthers social media.
(40:20) ...about reader questions! A big ol' fight breaks out over bean casserole and other Thanksgiving sides.
On a special Wednesday night edition of the Total Sports Live Podcast, Jovan Alford, Matt Brown, and Jalil Phillips will be previewing the Philadelphia Eagles vs. Detroit Lions Thanksgiving Day game.
On the pod, they will be discussing Lane Johnson's comments about the fans from Tuesday, if the Eagles' playcalling has become predictable on offense, the keys to victory, and if Chip Kelly has lost the team.
Make sure to follow Jovan on Twitter: @Jovan10, Matt: @MB_Jenesis, Jalil: @JalilPhillips, Total Sports Live: @TotalSportsLive
HOST: Kristi Luv
The night for INDIE ARTISTS:
INCLUDING: Independent, Newly Signed, Unsigned, Underground, Underrated Artists
FEATURED ARTIST/GUEST: J. Jackson out of Detroit
@Iam_J_Jackson on Twitter and Instagram
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The NFL and Thanksgiving have become a tradition. Families gather to give thanks, enjoy a turkey dinner, and in many households, watch NFL football. The Detroit Lions always host the early game, and the Dallas Cowboys always host the afternoon game, and in 2006 the NFL added a primetime game. This game has no specified host team and rotates from year to year. The primetime game this year has the Chicago Bears visiting the Green Bay Packers.
The Philadelphia Eagles will visit Detroit, with a 12:30 PM ET kickoff. The Detroit Lions are 35-38-2 on Thanksgiving, and the Eagles have never lost on Thanksgiving, boosting a 6-0 record. Last year, the Eagles stuffed the Cowboys 33-10. Both teams are struggling this year and enter the game with losing records. The Lions basically need a miracle to make the playoffs. The Eagles are only one game behind the New York Giants for first place, in the NFC East.
The undefeated Carolina Panthers visit the Cowboys who have Tony Romo back. Even at 3-7, the Cowboys still have hopes of making the playoffs only being two games behind the New York Giants. Carolina continues to win games, and are etching closer to locking up home field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs.
The Chicago Bears visit Lambeau Field to play the Green Bay Packers, in the prime time game. The Packers need to win to maintain first place, in the NFC North. The Bears have quietly improved to 4-6 and could be mentioned in the playoff race with a win.
Happy Thanksgiving to all of our listeners and friends of the program! With Turkey Day, comes the annual NFL Extravaganza, featuring the Dallas Cowboys and the Detroit Lions. We have predictions and analysis of all the upcoming action for week 12. In addition to the Panthers vs the Cowboys and the Eagles vs the Lions, the Packers and Bears are making their own appearances on the NFL's Thanksgiving Day special. In the NBA, The Golden State Warriors have eclipsed the record for most consecutive victories to start a season with 16 straight! Their latest victim, Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers. Kobe shot a blistering 1 for 14 and totalled a whopping four points to lead the Lakers to an astounding 2-11 start to the season. Can anyone stop the Warriors? Tune in every night for expert analysis from VSU's finest. Don't hesitate top check us out....GET INtheZONE!!!
MSL Radio Heat experts Josh Ilori and Silvia Guevara breakdown Heat's 104-81 loss to the Pistons. Detorit has a 1-0 in the four game season series. Be sure to tune-in at 6:30 PM EST for MSL Radio's Miami Heat Pregame Show before the Heat take on the the Knicks in New York. Tip-Off at 7:30 PM EST.
Cityballers.com Podcast Host Ron-Boy will break down why he thinks Detroit Martin Luther King is an Unstoppable Juggernaut and will not lose to Lowell, and how Detroit Cass Tech, and River Rouge is destine for Michigan greatness. We'll also take about Los Angeles, SYFL playoff games this weekend.
And as usual we will have an open form.
MSL Radio Miami Heat experts Josh Ilori, Stephanie Diaz and Silvia Guevara preview tonight's game between the Heat and the Pistons. This is the first game in a three game road trip. Tonight will be the first of four games between the Heat and Pistons this season. Tip-off is at 7:30 PM EST. Be sure to tune in to MSL Radio's Miami Heat Post-Game Show at 11PM EST for a breakdown of tonight's action.
This is our annual thankfully Thanksgiving Frat House Sports Show and you do not want to miss our annual sports-talk feast with Frat House Mike, Sidekick, and Brandon!
They open it with a quick review of the final NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship race and a shout-out to new winner Kyle Busch.
It seems some NFL teams haven’t learned anything from the recent concussion lawsuit fallout. How could things go so wrong with the Rams handling of QB Case Keenum when it was so obvious to millions watching the game?
Our resident NBA-NHL guest analyst Matt DiBiase brings us some chat about the astounding Golden State Warriors; and, don’t look now but the San Jose Sharks are coming on strong in the NHL.
Ray Moffo of WNJC 1360-AM joins the gang to take a look at the quickly-imploding Philadelphia Eagles team and how the fan-base has turned so quickly on Chip Kelly.
It would be Thanksgiving without our traditional 4 Minutes of Football and our Frat House Sports’ Picks-of-the-Week choosing from: Eagles – Lions; Panthers – Cowboys; Raiders – Titans; Patriots – Broncos.
Now THAT’S a program you do not want to miss. You NEED to be tuned-in LIVE at 7 p.m. ET . . . and, give a call with your thoughts: 347 – 826 – 9964.
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