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Tommie Wills and Jamarr Patrick discuss the hottest stories in sports. We will also touch on the latest news in the entertainment business. Sprinkle in an honest assessment of the hip hop scene. You will also hear about latest in video game buzz. A truly diverse and entertaining show. You'll lol at the slang and outlandish views from these hilarious host..So dive in!!! Tonights show is on floyd mayweather Dr. dre and straight outta compton
Dr. Dre (aka Eli Marshall-Evans Grant, aka Andre A. R. Willis) reflects on his many experiences, ranging from having it all to having nothing at all. Dr.Dre enjoyed all the benefits of a "well-to-do" lifestyle and lived in the limelight while managing the legendary Rock-n-Roll star, "Little Richard. His life then took the ultimate turn from glamorous to being homeless.
Dr. Dre is a pastor, a Vietnam veteran and an extraordinary man whose passion is to make a notable difference in the lives of others. He is known to many as the Biking Pastor". Armed with nothing more than a 10 speed bicycle, he sought to do more than talk about helping people--much more. He not only "walks the talk," he rides the talk! His bike campaign already logged in thousands of miles to share his vision and bring awareness to issues that affects every family from all walks of life.
Six years and three campaigns later, Dr. Dre talks about how he completed all his campaigns with nothing more than his 10 speed bicycle. Feeling the urgency to do all that he can for those that are often forgotten--the homeless, those who are physically challenged, and students that lack a source for better educational assistance. The people who are autistic and has Down Syndrome has added more reason to take on another monumental journey. He will meet with Oprah to get his message out to millions as he embarks on another 3,000 miles.
Dr. Dre founded the City of Life Foundation in 2007 to meet the needs of humanity. He is still going strong and biking his way to help those in dire need. Please join his campaign and open up your hearts and your wallets.
The eldest son of Dr. Dre, Curtis Young is an aspiring rapper, following his father’s footsteps to become a legendary rapper. Born in Paramount, California, Curtis started his career in the 2000’s by founding an independent label “Hood Records” to search for the several talented newcomers, but later he dropped it to become a more mature singer and personality. Curtis focused all his dedication and determination to the music industry and generated a heavy buzz through his mixtapes. Curtis’s first single “The Delivery” has taken the college radio stations by storm, climbing up the charts to number one spot.
THIS IS THE FINAL SEGMENT OF THIS SUPER PRODUCER AND BUSINESS, DR DRE. STOP BY AND ENJOY THE SOUND
TODAY WE EXPLORE THE MUSICAL CAREER AND HISTORY , OF THE FORMER NWA RAPPER AND PRODUCER DR. DRE,
WE WILL FEATURE HIS MUSIC AND SOME OF THE ARTIST THAT HE INFLUENCED
This week we're gonna go in on the 800 lb gorilla in the room. Celebrity's like Dr. Dre beating the hell out of the women in his life. Bill Cosby doping chicks to fuck them. Ray Rice beating his wife senseless on camera and still eligible to play in the NFL and on and on. The fact of the matter is that feminist advocates condem domestic violence but have NWA music in heavy rotation in their ipods. Is it cool to just sweep this stuff under the rug cuz these peope are talented, and are or have been at the top of their fields? All that and much more as you regular listeners know. On Gut Level Live - The Radio Show
Main Topic: Plummeting Market
Side Topics: Surgeon wrote of becoming a killer before botching surgeries. Dr. Dre album sales collapse all over the place & it's probably well deserved. Bionic Penis! De Blasio may open Times Square to vehicular traffic again & ban topless women as well.
All This in 30 Minutes!!
The Flying Vilorias are back for another crazy episode! They talk about race, MMA, Cecil the lion, hitchiking robots, Dr. Dre's new album and introduce a new segment called "The Weekly Wackos!" Join the conversation by tweeting them @Rndm_Intervals and using the hashtag #RI05
On tonight’s special edition of Scottscope Talk Radio, the roundtable will be discussing one of the most controversial aspects of N.W.A’s legacy: Misogyny. With the recently revived media furor over not only the groups but Dr. Dre’s history of domestic violence and assault, it is now pertinent to have a serious discussion about a topic that has been tabled for far too long. Panelist E-Hill will be on hand to offer her many insights on the subject. Throughout the discussion, a number of lingering and uncomfortable questions will be pondered. Should Dr. Dre’s assault on Dee Barnes have been included in ‘Straight Outta Compton’? What does it’s exclusion from the film say about Dr. Dre, N.W.A, and Hip-Hop as a whole? Is Dr. Dre being unfairly persecuted for past crimes? Are the film and its subjects being unfairly singled out for perpetuating a societal ill that has long been an integral part of American popular culture? Are the needs and lives of Black women being ignored so that male rap fans can indulge their ultra-violent anti-hero fantasies without hindrance? Why is America so hesitant to have this discussion?
Join H5, Stacie Face and Nickold Blooded aka The Filthy Dish Crew as they talk about all the latest and greatest in the world of Pop Culture and Current Events! How many names will be revealed in the Ashley Madison hack? We'll get into that and more on tonight's episode! Catch our show live Friday nights at 9 pm EST or anytime afterward on demand!
Key topics: Ashley Madison Hack, Dr. Dre, Straight Outta Compton, Jared Fogle, Gene Simmons, Shannen Doherty, Lala Anthony, The Fat Jew, Mike Epps
On this edition of The Broad Street Line, we'll get you locked and loaded for the Philadelphia Eagles' preseason opener against the Indianapolis Colts. Sam Bradford has looked good so far in camp - how will he play when the lights are on?
Also, you won't want to finalize your fantasy football Big Boards before we give you our top 20 WRs and TEs for the 2015 season. And later in the show, we'll take you on a deep dive of Dr. Dre's long-awaited third album "Compton" and tell you where it stacks up against the best in rap and hip-hop this year. So, for all of that and more, come and take a ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk radio has finally arrived.
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