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A christian hiphop radio show spinning HIphop,reggae and positive music. Lets get your week start right & focused on God!
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TODAY AND TOMORROW WE DISCUSS THE RISE OF ROC-A-FELLA RECORDS ALL WEEKEND LONG CALL IN HEAR ALL THE MUSIC THE LABEL STARTED IN 1996. We will discuss the latest hot topics and the hottest urban stories trending right now DJ FEMMIE HIP HOP HOUSE & R&B RADIO IS ON FROM 3 P.M TO 5 P.M EST SAT. AND SUN.
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HOSTS DJ FEMMIE THE URBAN QUEEN OF MIXTAPES, ARLENERAMONA THE QUEEN OF URBAN GOSSIP, CO CO TE THE PRINCESS OF CHAT AND DJ BYRON D. HALL DJ
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ALL WEEKEND #THE MUSIC OF ROC-A-FELLA RECORDS 1996 TO THE PRESENT
Award winning Christian Artist, Pastor Kevin Riley, is a worship leader who is ordained to reach across the nations and cultivate hearts of true worship. Riley is a man of integrity, excellence and extreme passion for the Kingdom of God. As a writer, speaker and mentor, Pastor Riley is straightforward, candid and uncompromising in his teaching and convictions. As a psalmist and seasoned musician, Riley is committed to educating and sharing the necessities of worship with all who strive to praise God in Spirit and Truth.
The heart of Kevin Riley’s music is centered in intimacy, adoration, revelation and passion. On May 27, 2014, this Pastor, Realtor, Artist, Husband and father of eight, simultaneously released two new singles which ignited pure hearts of worship across the country.
Riley's gentle sound of worship on his latest single, HOW CAN I, draws the listener into the presence of God. Accompanied by his sister, Tina Riley Johnson, this melody expresses a heart of adoration, gratitude and humble submission to God for the awesome price that was paid for salvation.
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Join the #SundayDinnerCrew b/k/a #HolliewoodAndFriends (Hollie Wood, Venor and Miss Juddy) tonight at 8pm EST as they give you the latest #HotInTheBlogs topics as only they can!
That's soooo Raven. #RavenSymone's in the news for all the wrong reasons these days.
Exclusively for White People? The reckless and dangerous stickers being placed on local businesses in Texas.
The #MTA Un-fair Hike.
#Empire may be on a break but the drama continues!
and a whole lot MORE!
Including getting acquainted with our special guest, reggae artist Prophet Z.
Also #WhatBlowsMine (where you, the listener can call in and tell the world what's that one thing that just gets under your skin)
Tune in tonight at 8pm EST!
You can call 646-716-8544 just to listen or press 1 to be a part of the show and speak your mind on the topics.
Are you an artist? Do you know an artist? Submit music to the be played on the show firstname.lastname@example.org
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Live Tonight from 8pm -9pm Est
Tonight's Topic: "Prepare For The Hurdles " 2 Tim 2:21.
If, therefore, anyone keeps clear of the latter ones, he will be a vessel for honorable purpose, sanctified, useful to his Owner, prepared for every good work.
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Show Date: 2/29/2015
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Was sup, I am Jimmie “Young Soul” Webster. I am 1/2 of the group Bad Guy Gang (BGG). I was born and raised in Mobile, Alabama. I have 3 brothers and 4 sisters. I got into music to release frustration and anger. I had found out that I could sing when I was at school goofing off making fun of somebody. My favorite genre of music is music with soul in it, such as R&B and Gospel. Nobody inspired me to do music when I realized I can sing I just start doing it I know I can dance but my music is poetry so what better thing can I do. Living in the city I live it its more bad things than the good things so I set out to make something positive about me, the group, and my city. I feel the modern day music now a day is fake unreal not touching like the music back in day it’s just a hustle the artists now a days are putting up a front instead of being who they really are. My dream collab would be August Alsina, but I would feature with anybody. My message in music is everybody does not have the same story, it’s kind of alike but it’s not the same, everybody have a song but it is how you sing your song. In five years, I'm trying to have five albums with the group, have our name more than what it is, have music that the elderly and the young people can listen to together and it speaks to both, and I would like the venture off and do a few solo projects.