• 01:17

    The Holidays with "NoBody" ?

    in Entertainment

    Here's a Holiday treat from DP RadioXL. A special gift just you and ready to be Unwrap.

    Mr. Nobody grab the mic one more time in 2014

    with Special guests Ray L., Dee., and Y'sis Tommya also other call in guests.

    Join us for 2 hrs of Holiday non-sense and topics on absolutely NOTHING.

    Previewing 2014 top stories and events.

    Catch us on a Special Day And Special Time

    Monday Dec. 29th at 4pm

    Call In Number 909-232-9216

  • 01:59


    in Entertainment

    The 1960's and 70's was a time that Black America was smack dab in the middle of the Civil Rights Movement and striving for equal rights. Many were killed daily trying to achieve something that should have been given to them much soon, BASIC AND CIVIL RIGHTS.

    So in the middle of all ot this unrest. At the height of Black and White inequality, some of our most prominant Black entertainers women and men were in romantic relationships with white people. A time when Black women can be raped by a white man who will be arrested but only as a formality. He will get a slap on the wrist and sent on his merry way. A time when a White woman has only to SAY she was raped by a black man and he would be beaten with an inch of his life if not killed.

    So in the midst of all of this, one of the most sucessgul Black entertainers of the time decides whille making a guest apperance on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, that he is going to tell a young woman who happens to be white to give him oral compilations in the Green Room moments before he goes out to meet Johnny.....and she does.

    Let's talk about it tonight on DP RADIO XL

  • 02:59

    What is the purpose of the DP person?

    in Business

    What good is it to have a DP person if no one gets paid?

  • 00:01

    Our Sports Thoughts Give us yours!

    in Sports

    Tonight Sports Though the trivia question for ts from opinionated Jourdan and awesome DP. Dont forget to call in and answer the trivia question.

  • 00:22

    Sy Welcomes Chef DP

    in Cooking

    Chef Darryl "DP" Johnson was born and raised in Miami, Florida. Chef DP will discuss when he discovered his passion for cooking as well share his new creation, Sabrosa Sauce.
    Follow Chef DP on Twitter & Instagram: @ChefdpMiami
    Follow The Sy Effect Show on Twitter & Instagram: @IAMSY
    Would like to be a guest? Contact: TheSyEffect Radio Show: 323-786-3265 TheSyEffect@gmail.com

  • 00:31

    Our Thoughts and your invited With your thoughts

    in Sports

    Tonight on the program Sports Thoughts with Jourdan and DP!!!! We will be looking for some thoughts from you and others about the World Series  and the nfl as well as all types of informative and i do meand mayby some opinionated ideas about the sports worls around us.

    Live crew in Dallas  hanging with DP.

    DP on cloud 9 over Steelers game. Glad to see his smile! Whatever!

  • 02:59

    Shutup&race BlogTalk #347-539-5578 8:00 TONIGHT…. Should DP man get payed?

    in Sports






  • 02:00


    in Entertainment

    The United States has long been known as a melting pot and, more recently, as a salad bowl. Because people from hundreds of different ethnic backgrounds make up the nation’s population, it’s not surprising that at times cultural groups rub off on each other. Americans who grow up in diverse communities may pick up the dialect, customs and religious traditions of the cultural groups that surround them.

    Cultural appropriation is  an entirely different matter, however. It has little to do with one’s exposure to and familiarity with different cultures. Instead, cultural appropriation typically involves members of a dominant group exploiting the culture of less privileged groups--often with little understanding of the latter’s history, experience and traditions. Accordingly, socially aware people tend to frown upon this phenomenon.

    “Borrowing” is a key component of cultural appropriation. In the 1950s, for example, white musicians borrowed the musical stylings of their black counterparts. Because African Americans weren’t widely accepted in U.S. society at that time, record executives chose to have white recording artists replicate the sound of black musicians. This led to musical forms such as rock-n-roll being largely associated with whites in spite of the fact that black musicians were pioneers of the artform. This move also had financial consequences, as many of the black musicians who helped pave the way for rock-n-roll’s success never saw a dime for their contributions to the music form.

    Let's talk about cultural appropriation as it affects pop culture today. Join tomorrow, October 1 on DP RADIO XL at 8pm

  • 00:30

    Sports Thoughts what have you got!

    in Sports

    Join Jourdon Tonight on sports Thoughts and wha tis news in the sports scene this week! join us tonight at 11 pm to find out. You are invited to join in and call and give us you thought as well. Be our guest DJ.!

  • 02:32


    in Entertainment

    The biggest crime in the U.S. criminal justice system is that it is a race-based institution where African-Americans are directly targeted and punished in a much more aggressive way than white people.

    Saying the US criminal system is racist may be politically controversial in some circles. But the facts are overwhelming. No real debate about that. Below I set out numerous examples of these facts.

    The question is - are these facts the mistakes of an otherwise good system, or are they evidence that the racist criminal justice system is working exactly as intended? Is the US criminal justice system operated to marginalize and control millions of African Americans?

    The police stop blacks and Latinos at rates that are much higher than whites. In New York City, where people of color make up about half of the population, 80% of the NYPD stops were of blacks and Latinos. When whites were stopped, only 8% were frisked. When blacks and Latinos are stopped 85% were frisked according to information provided by the NYPD. The same is true most other places as well. In a California study, the ACLU found blacks are three times more likely to be stopped than whites.

    Coinsidence? Or is this just the way the system is set up?

    Let's talk about it

  • 02:27


    in Entertainment

    Everyone knows breaking up is hard to do. But staying in contact with your ex following a breakup? That’s where things get really tricky. By remaining in each other’s lives, you run the risk of a post-breakup rendezvous, holding onto feelings for your ex, and in general delaying your ability to heal and move on quickly (and without additional heartache).

    What happens when you are living with your significant other and suddenly you break up? Does one person move out? Do they both move out? Or because of convenience and economical reasons,they continue to live together?

    What if the romance first blossomed at work? So not only are you still living together but you still have to see each other at work.

    How does this make for a healthy healing process? Or does it?

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