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Remember when southern rap came to prominence? With people like scarface and the ghetto boys, Jermain dupree and his so so def lable and the rap duo outkast who became a leading group carrying into the 2000's. At the turn of the millennium southern rap dominated the rap game. Setting trends with fashion, snap music, Cronk music and trap music. Who was the king of the south? Why was it so important to be the king? Beefs settled but as these great artist faded, a new wave of rappers filled the void left behind, or did they? Join your host Jeremy Carter, Jesse Bachelor Parris and Jerry Hayes Jr. as they get into what has happened to the southern rap game and how can it bounce back.
Hosted this week by Jeandra LeBeauf (@jethang) Breadman Edwards (trainer of Julian Williams) and Coach Red (trainer of Terrence Crawford) discuss boxing in real way.
Topics on Deck for tonight:
1. Klitschko-Fury Recap
a. Has a Hall of Fame champion ever given up their title so meekly?
b. Can Klitschko change is mindset for a rematch?
c. Do you guys see Fury having a long reign?
2. Jacobs vs. Quillin
b. Will Quillin have further weight issues?
c. Does either fighter pose a threat to Golovkin
3. Middleweight Picture
a. If Canelo forces a 155 catchweight, does it lower his standing since he and GGG are the same size?
b. Early picks if that fight comes off
4. Jermain Taylor
a. Is it fair to attribute his problems primarily to effects from boxing blows to the head?
5. Luis Ortiz vs. Bryant Jennings Picks
6. Julian Williams Testing Decision
a. Will you have to monitor all supplements etc closely since the VADA USADA have different protocols
b.Is the goal to eventually require all of J-Rock's opponents to adhere to similar testing before fights?
We all know that funk music sound, with pioneers like: James brown, George Clinton, the Funkadelics and amongst others who brought in that funky sound. Which made G-Funk music possible. The west coast artist were at the forefront of this new sound with Dr. Dre laying the hottest tracks for artist like Warren G, snoop and the dogg pound, Tupac and other west coast riders and let's not for Da Brat along side Jermain Dupree with his up start so so def label. Join you hosts, Jeremy, Jesse and Jerry as we keep that G-Funk sound alive and give the hottest tracks we all miss from that G-Funk era.
Straight from notoriously rugged streets of Detroit comes Verdict, a young artist who's arresting lyrics delivers a hard-hitting yet positive message to the world about the power of individuality, self-belief, and overcoming adversity. Verdict's knack for creating literate thought-provoking rhymes is underscored by his near encyclopedic knowledge of all different genres of music. Verdict brings a wide array of musical styles! "Growing up in Detroit, I was just a sponge for music, says Verdict. "I listened to a lot of jazz artist like Marcus Miller and a lot of R&B artist like Mary J Blige, Michael Jackson, and Whitney Houston. I also really loved hip-hop artist who were very musically eclectic like A Tribe Called Quest and Outkast. They were huge influences upon me.The seeds of Verdict's love of hip-hop first sprouted back in the late '90s when a middle school-aged Verdict began writing and spitting rhymes after being inspired by a teacher named Mr. Cooper who would sometimes rap for his students.
The year was 2006 Verdict met Detroit hip-hop manager Jacq" Pauly" Lovejoy, who was blown away by the young man's rapping abilities and his clear-eyed, no nonsense raps about post-millennium life in Detroit. "We knew we wanted to make true hip-hop---hard hitting, real, something enough to stand the test of time & represent the best hip- hop product available today" Thus BenOfficial Music was established "says Lovejoy. Attention to detail is a trait that noticeable throughout Verdict's work which has perfectly captured the state of hip-hop.
2015 brought even more chances for Verdict to shine with opening up for Jermain Dupri, Kid Capri, Keith Murray, The Luniz, Dru Down and even rocked the mic on the same stage as Rakim, Big Daddy kane, Slick Rick the Ruler, and Brand Nubian. The Verdict is in. And he's here to stay!
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Through her own struggle, Kaseedee Jermain learned that she would rather be strong woman and fit on her own terms. She learned that skinny is not necessary healthy, and you must strive to be your healthiest, not a number on the scale. She has learned to push herself and trying new things and face her obstacles and meet her goals. She pushed her body to do something she never dreamed it would be done. She ran her first marathon. To her that is a huge breakthrough. She looked back at her life thinking about how far she come over the years. Just a short few years back she gained over 273 lbs after giving birth to her son. She had short breath just walking up the stairs to her own apartment. She was extremely unhappy with herself. She had low self-confidence. But when she decided to take control of her own life and her own destiny, she begin to get her confidence back and each day, she become more and more proud of what she had accomplished and happy to be where she is now.
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The main event of the evening Jermain “Bad Intentions” Taylor challenged Sam “King” Soliman for Soliman’s IBF Middleweight Championship. In this review we will tell you how we seen it as well as the views of all the caller from all over the world. We will with out a shadow of a doubt be taking live calls on air from you the voice of the people. Call 646-478-3068 to voice your opinion, remember you can voice your opinion in writing by becoming part of the team and writing for the site contact Joe habeeb at Theboxingvoice@yahoo.com Be sure to subscribe to us on YouTube and Blogtalk in order to receive one email a few minutes before we go live. Stay up to date on the sport you love by following us on Twitter @Thaboxingvoice for the most recent news in the boxing world.
Join Dr. Carlos as he chats with Winky Wright about boxing and the upcoming MayPac fight. “Winky” Wright is an American former boxing champion. During his professional career he was recognized as the undisputed champion at light-middleweight, and fought many notable world champions including Shane Mosley, Félix Trinidad, Jermain Taylor, Ike Quartey, Fernando Vargas, Bernard […]
In the main event of the evening, the WBA, IBF, WBO, and IBO Heavyweight Champion of the world. Wladimir Klitschko (63-3 with 54 KOs) entered the ring to one of the loudest roars from a crowd you may ever hear to face the undefeated Bryant Jennings (19-0 with 10 KOs). Over 17 thousand filled the World’s Most Famous Arena at Madison Square Garden to watch Klitschko fight his 1st fight in the US in over seven year.
The biggest fight on the Wladimir Klitschko vs Bryant Jennings card was a battle between two welterweights as Brooklyn’s own Sadam Ali (21-0 with 13 KOs) squared off against Francisco Santana (22-3-1 with 11 KOs) of Santa Barbara, California. It was a non-title bout of two skilled fighters that had average pop, and it was scheduled to go 10 rounds. Anthony Dirrell and Badou Jack headlined tonight’s “PBC” on Spike live from the UIC Pavilion in Chicago, Illinois. Dirrell was defending his WBC super-middleweight title in his 2015 debut against Jack, who was entering the ring two wins removed from his first loss.Tonight’s “PBC” series broadcast came to us live from the UIC Pavilion in Chicago, Illinois, and it was aired on Spike TV, their second showing of Al Haymon’s brain child. The co-feature offered up Danny Jacobs defending his paper championship against Caleb Truax, a fighter whose only claim to fame is a scored knockdown against Jermain Taylor in a losing effort and a win against Don George.
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