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Interview with hip-hop star Fabolous, 3-time platinum artist. Growing up in the Brooklyn area of New York City, he was among the first east coast rappers influenced by Southern hip hop sounds and first became popular through his hit single "Can't Deny It" in 2001, from his debut album Ghetto Fabolous. Fabolous has released four albums, which have collectively sold over three million copies in the United States.
Poetic Genious and Bestselling Author Jamesa Gordon a/k/a G.P.A Greatest Poet Alive returns to The Whos Who In African American Literature Blog Talk Radio Show with a few of his friends. James Gordon is from the South Side of Chicago, where he currently resides. This is his first book, but he has written under the pen name of G.P.A.(Greatest Poet Alive).He can be seen on the television shows Chicago Fire, Chicago PD, Crisis, Mind Games, and Betrayal. His titles as G.P.A. include The Confessional Heart of a Man, The Book of 24 Orgasms, The Mind of a Poetic Unsub, and the history making Revenge of the Orgasm
First there is Kottyn Campbell a poet who loves talking about LOVE and RELATIONSHIPS. She is single mother of four beautiful children whom I love very much, my family, and friends. The problem is most of them are't capable of loving me, mostly because they don't know how. She writes to teach others about what the true meaning of loving someone means. Now we all have our own way of loving, but that doesn't mean we don't know how it just means we should open up to different avenues of love. She says that she is a Poet, please don't confuse me with someone who does Spoken Word I'm not putting down Spoken Word but that's just not what I do. I have been writing for over ten years I self-published my first book in April 2010 , my books include "The Love Letter", "He's Beautiful to me" and "Strong in my Woman" which can be found on Amazon.com I perform in different places and different cities so that I can make my writings come to life in order for my readers to get a feel of what's been written.
Also scheduled to appear on the show are Poets Fabolous Fe & Gentlmens Soul.
For sixtime Grammy nominated singersongwriter, Tamia, “Music is just a part of me and everything I do, every step that I take.” The Canadianborn vocal powerhouse has lived by that mantra for a career spanning over two decades and solidifying her as one of the most recognizable voices in R&B music. Tamia’s voice has become synonymous with the new definition of soul and spawned hits like ‘You Put A Move On My Heart’, ‘Stranger in My House’, Officially Missing You, ‘So Into You’ (later rerecorded with Fabolous in 2003), and the 2012 hit single ‘Beautiful Surprise’.
Are you the "other woman?" If you're involved with a married man, and you're waiting for your turn, it's time to re-evaluate your situation. LadyJaz offers advice: It's time to move forward. If you're putting your life on hold for a married man, he's not only stolen your heart — he's stolen your brain!
No matter how you justify it, you are attacking his family unit.
You may feel that he's your soul mate but think again.
Keep in mind that you only know what he tells you.
Think of his wife.
Even if your married man decided to leave his wife and family for you, that doesn't guarantee success.
Relationships born out of affairs survive less than 5 percent of the time. If he'll do it with you, he'll do it to you. If he's living this deception with you today, how could you ever trust him if you did get into a legitimate relationship with him?
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Eddie "A&R Eddie" Fourcell is currently head of A&R for Mary J. Blige's Matriarch Entertainment/Universal Music Group and head of 4Cell Entertainment, where he manages up and coming songstress Maryland Lavon.
His rise to a career as an A&R started in high school at the age of 17 years old when he was rewarded an internship with Island Def Jam through the schools internship program. At the time, the label was home to superstar heavyweights Jay Z, Rihanna, Ne-Yo, Rick Ross, Fabolous, and Young Jeezy, just to name a few. After making several connections and networking within the company, Eddie was able to partner with industry heavyweights that saw management opportunities for artist/producers/songwriters and after graduating from College, was asked to intern for Mary J. Blige's newly created record label, Matriarch Entertainment. In less than a year of interning there, he was asked by CEO and manager/husband to Mary J. Blige to work as lead A&R on Ms. Blige's 11th studio album, My Life II: The Journey Continues (2011).
While at the company he has worked as an A&R on Ms. Blige's Think Like A Man 2 Soundtrack and Mary's most recent critically acclaimed masterpiece The London Session. He has also worked on projects for label artist Starshell.
A&R Eddie's ability to spot raw talent and develop them makes him amongst the hottest A&R's making a meaningful impact within the music industry.
Well football season has some to an end. Congrats to the Pats. And as the sports world gets ready for March Madness we gonna just do what we do and that's break music from DOPE, INDIE ARTISTS! Today we have music from Handles, Jay Isreal, Jay Smallz, Miilk Bone, Dre Skuffs, Lumi, Delise, Fabolous, Big Krit, Jhene Aiko, Duane Scott, Throwed Boy Rambo ans more. So log on or call in but either enjoy another great episode of The Playlist Radio Show!
Meet #TheCypher at the intersection of ARTISTRY & CULTURE #TheCorner LIVE Thursday Jan 15th as we debate who is the MOST INFLUENTIAL MAN/WOMAN in the History of civilization!! Call in 818-495-6975 to join the converstaion! The crew will also debate the best Hip Hop Album of the year thus far! DO NOT MISS IT!
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#MyRealTalkRadio Interviews Bad Girls Club: Jada Cacchilli
Jada Cacchilli is a pint size sassy spitfire hailing from Jamaica Queens, NY with familial roots in Cocoa, Florida. As a budding artist, Jada’s passion for music was born through her tumultuous upbringing as she would often find solace in listening to the music of artists who continue to inspire her today; soulful crooners Lauren Hill, India Arie, and rappers; Jay Z, Tupac, Fabolous, & Lloyd Banks. In 2011 Jada began her modeling career appearing in small ads and would later go on to appear in commercials for hair care products and music videos. Modeling earned Jada a new level of visibility and paved the way to her hosting lavish parties at Hugh Hefner’s Playboy Mansion.
In May 2014 Jada Cacchilli was introduced to the world on one of Oxygen’s top rated reality shows during Season 12 of The Bad Girls Club Chicago. Known for her northern dialect, style, and charisma, Jada quickly became Season Twelve’s fan favorite and before long was invited back to the Bad Girl’s Club by popular demand for an encore return to film The Bad Girls Club Season 13 "All Star Redemption."
Since the show, Jada has been nurturing her growth as an artist and role model. Recent music collaborations led Jada to GBK studios in Chicago with producer and artist "Saint the Good Boy". This collaboration led to the release of her first single, “Girls Around the World” through TMG Street Pride available for download on iTunes and Soundcloud.
M.I.L. (Muzik is Lyphe), embodies the true meaning of being a Hip-Hop artist. Born in Newark, New Jersey, but raised in Irvington, M.I.L .stayed focused, despite the challenges he faced living in a crime-infested urban area, and later earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. He attributes his harsh upbringing to the strong and resilient artist and man that stands before his fans today. At the tender age of seven, M.I.L. was first drawn to rap music and listened to Straight Outta Compton, by California rap group, N.W.A.
M.I.L. states, “I wanted to pursue music after I heard that album, and at a young age, I was rapping the lyrics to their songs before I even knew that they meant. As I got older and started to understand the content, I was able to break down the songs and get more in tuned with music. From there, I wanted more.” M.I.L. notes N.W.A., Snoop Dog, Wu Tang Clan, Big L, Notorious B.I.G., 2Pac, Nas, Jay-Z, Red Man, Naughty By Nature, Kool G Rap, Rakim, AZ, Ice Cube, LL Cool J, Fabolous, The Lox, and Slaughterhouse, as his musical influences.
M.I.L.’s work ethic has landed him several opportunities to perform, including the well-known college tour, hosted by BET; Freestyle Friday, also hosted by BET; and, opening up for the LOX, Mobb Deep, Rick Ross, and Lil’ Scrappy. He has performed at many venues in New Jersey, New York, Boston, Connecticut, North Carolina and Virginia. He was recognized by Capone of Capone-N-Noreaga, when he jumped on stage during one of M.I.L.’s performances. M.I.L. was crowned at the Essex County College Hip-Hop Competition in 2011, and was featured in Unsigned Magazine in February of this year.
On this special Sunday Edition of the Tissue In The Tape Podcast, we will annouce the winners of the Hip-Hop 365 Hippys for 2014. The Catergories are:
Best Up and Coming Artist
Verse of the Year
Exclusive Performance of The Year
Moment of The Year
Best Song of The Year
Best Retail Album
Best Non-Retail Album
Producer of the Year
Most Slept On MC
Best Video of The Year:
Emcee of The Year: