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Marc chops it up with one of his favorite people artist Maimouna Youssef. Youssef is an amazing singer,songwriter, rapper who has graced the stage with groups like The Roots and Anthony Hamilton just to name a few. Marc has known her over a decade and is sure you will enjoy the conversation and her amazing music. So listen up...
Marc interview the world! From the man or woman on the street to the President he shares his unique style of connecting with people.
Maimouna “Mumu Fresh” Youssef is a Grammy nominated seasoned singer, songwriter, producer and emcee. She received a Grammy nomination for her contribution on the Roots hit “Don’t Feel Right” in 2007 for best rap song.
She has swapped musical licks with such artists as Angelique Kidjo, Brian Wilson’s band, Big Daddy Kane, Nas, Dead Prez, Wilco, Zap Mama, Cody Chestnut, Martin Luther, Jill Scott, Erykah Badu, Mos Def, and Talib Kweli.
Maimouna has also rocked the stages of many renowned venues such as Denver Colorado ‘s Red Rocks Amphitheater, New York City’s Radio City Music Hall, Switzerland’s Moniteau Jazz Festival, and The Carter Baron Amphitheater in Washington, DC.
Her musical endeavors were a springboard for Youssef to make her big screen debut in Dave Chapelle’s hip hop documentary “Block Party.” Maimouna released her first Solo EP entitled Black Magic Woman March 1, 2011 and her first full length album - The Blooming on September 20, 2011. http://mumufresh.com
Time to catch wreck, all respect for those that break their neck to keep listening to Cypher Lounge Radio each Wednesday night at 7pm PST. After a night of sophisticated ignorance at The Throwback featuring DJ Mark One... Dasha, The Divine Divah and Hassahn Phenomenon are back to bring you the very best in sophisticated ignorance.
This week we have another dope line-up of guests coming through to satisfy your celebrity soul. First up is the Grammy nominated singer/songwriter/MC, Maimouna Youseff. She is hanging int the Cypher to discuss her latest project "The Blooming" and all her new endeavors.
Also joining the party will be the hilarious funny, Mooney Twins. Daryl and Dwayne Mooney are apples that definitely didn't fall far from the tree that spouted them known as Paul Mooney. They are swinging through the Cypher to do what they do best and that is bring the funny and motivation.
As always, after killing the crowd at The Throwback, DJMark One will be live on the one and two's for the Six Minute Mix. Its going down like four flat tires on a low-rider...Tune-In Sucka!
QUEEN MOTHER MAIAMOUNA M’BACKE71 years ago, on December 19, 1944, Queen Mother Maimouna Mbacke began her earthly incarnation as Shirley Mae Wilkes Dickerson. By age 8, she was awakened and aware of many of her spiritual gifts. Her early spiritual education began in the Church of God in Christ. However, over the years, she has studied from many spiritual schools of thought, always a free spirit who took what was needed for her journey. She has vivid recollection of some of her past lives. She was ordained a minister at age of 21 years and rededicated at age 50. Her assignment has taken her across the USA and to West Africa. Queen Mother M’Backe worked with the late Dr. Ishakamusu Barashango and others. Her ministry included a men’s prison ministry, which employed a unique and innovative approach in dealing with the total man (mind, body, spirit). She also conducted workshops at the women’s prison. Her work includes counseling, meditation and herbal workshops. Her studies have enabled her to deal with people of many different spiritual backgrounds and ethnicities. She established the M’BACKE House of Hope Inc. in Wilmington, DE in January 1991, with a mission dedicated to spiritual, healing and empowerment of humanity in order to overcome chaos, apathy, depression, inaction and violence. On December 27, 1997 she traveled to Ghana, West Africa where she graciously accepted the responsibility of Queen Mother and was formally enstooled as NKOSOHENEMAA - Queen Mother of progress and development of the Village of Asiakwa. In 2003 Queen Mother M’Backe heeded the call to relocate to the mountains of West Virginia, where she resides today.
Constitution Corner: With great freedom and liberty come great responsibility; The illegals are taking over, and the Democrats are helping them do it; Will the last U.S. pink slip recipient on the way to "full employment" turn the lights out on their way out the door?; Russia moves to annex the Arctic; Obama canceled the U.S. manned space program, but he sure loves subsidizing its Russian counterpart; Meanwhile, Moscow hacks our military email servers under the couldn't-possibly-be-true misapprehension that we're in the one-sided midst of Cold War II; The real difference between Democrats and socialists, and its route straight through "democracy"; Riots and cowards and....the Constitution protect Obama - or, "Why it's good to be the king"; and Barack Obama's guide to destroying U.S. power plants.
Then, in the third hour of the Saturday Afternoon Extravaganza on Constitution Radio w/ Douglas V. Gibbs on KMET 1490-AM (4PM Eastern/1PM Pacific):
John Kerry warns Congress not to "screw the mullahs" while Obama's Navy prepares to prosecute the Naval officer who tried to defend Mohammed Youssef Abdulazeez's victims in Chattanooga; Democrats filibuster Republican attempt to defund Planned Parenthood right on schedule, Mitch McConnell vows no government shutdown showdown over it when Congress returns; The Hillary Trap becomes so oppressive that frantic Democrats are turning to....the guy that likes to flash his "Biden" to female Secret Service agents?; and Donald Trump rips Fox News for treating him like the "Republican" frontrunner.
Former Texas Congressman Steve Stockman and Rick discuss the outrageous news that the Obamanista regime will prosecute Navy Lt. Commander Timothy White for firing his personal Glock inside a federal facility while trying to stop Muslim jihadist Mohammad Youssef Abdulaleeze’s slaughter of four Marines and a sailor. In Part 2, financial blogger Charles Hugh Smith tells Rick the world may be months away from another financial meltdown.
Charles Hugh Smith | Of Two Minds
A gunman unleashed a barrage of gunfire at two military facilities Thursday in Tennessee, killing at least four Marines and wounding a soldier and a police officer, officials told CBS News. The suspect also was killed.
Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke said five people died in all, including the gunman. Two law enforcement sources said that the shooting suspect was identified as Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez
Maimouna “Mumu Fresh” Youssef is a Grammy nominated seasoned singer, emcee, songwriter and poet. She received a Grammy nomination for her contribution on the Roots hit “Don’t Feel Right” in 2007 for best rap song. She has swapped musical licks with Angelique Kidjo, Brian Wilson’s band, Big Daddy Kane, Nas, Dead Prez, Wilco, Zap Mama, Cody Chestnut, Martin Luther, Jill Scott, Erykah Badu, Mos Def, and Talib Kweli. Maimouna has also rocked the stages of venues such as Denver Colorado ‘s Red Rocks Amphitheater, Radio City Music Hall, Switzerland’s Moniteau Jazz Festival, and The Carter Baron Amphitheater in Washington, DC. Her musical endeavors were a springboard to make her big screen debut in Dave Chapelle’s “Block Party.” Mumu released her first Solo EP entitled Black Magic Woman March 2011. A Baltimore native born into a family of exceptional artists, Mumu began performing traditional African and Native American songs on stage with her family at the age of 5. As a youth she joined the Baltimore/Washington based musical theater group called Uprising and toured with them as a lead vocalist. In addition, she played a leading role in the Bway musical “Once on this Island”. Some of her other theatrical experiences include the original trio showcase “Three Generationz” that consisted of Maimouna Youssef, her mother, Nataska Hummingbird, and her grandmother, Mountain Eagle Woman (now deceased). At 16 Mumu formed a jazz/hip-hop/funk/ band with her cousin Omari “AzIz” Forman-Bey known as Cirius B. Maimouna Youssef won the title of “Baltimore’s Idol.” Cirius B’s unique sound found it’s way to producer James Poyser. The Roots recognized Maimouna’s raw talent and asked her to sing lead vocals. Shortly thereafter, Maimouna was packing her bags to join the Roots world tour.
Nadjm has lived with his wife and four children in the Mar Youssef Church in Amman. According to a spokesman for Caritas, around 1,000 Iraqi Christians currently live in Jordan’s churches, after they fled to northern Iraq. In the Mar Youssef Church around 18 families, 76 people in total, found shelter in the center that is usually used to celebrate Christian fests such as Christmas.
According to the Christian organization Open Doors, almost the entire Christian community has left Mosul and its surrounding areas after IS took over the area. Around 140,000 Christians went to the KRG or abroad. In the best-case scenario, Christians living in areas taken over by IS are treated as second-class citizens. They have to pay a special tax and will persecuted if they do not convert.
Day 3 of our ‘Exposing Islam’ series continues here on TRUNEWS, with an emphasis on the theological challenges facing the Church in response to worldwide jihad. Today’s broadcast features Dr. Michael Youssef of ‘Leading The Way’; Isik Abla, who suffered directly under the hand of radical Islam; and Dr. Erwin Lutzer, taking a strong stand against Islamic infiltrators in the West.
Read more at http://www.trunews.com/#4guzZ7JUFXVv2WMf.99
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Author Rob Sinclair joins me this week to talk about his novel: Dance WithThe Enemy and more.
Carl Logan was the perfect agent. A loner. No real friends or family. Trained to deal with any situation with cold efficiency, devoid of emotion.
But Logan isn’t the man he used to be, or the asset he once was. Five months ago his life changed forever when he was captured, tortured and left for dead by Youssef Selim, one of the world’s most violent terrorists.
When Selim mysteriously reappears in Paris, linked to the kidnapping of America’s Attorney General, Logan smells his chance for revenge.
Pursuing his man relentlessly, oblivious to the growing trail of destruction that he leaves in his wake, Logan delves increasingly deep into the web of lies and deceit surrounding the kidnapping.
Finally, he comes to learn just what it means to Dance with the Enemy.
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Maimouna “Mumu Fresh” Youssef is a seasoned Grammy nominated singer, songwriter, producer, and emcee. She received a Grammy nomination for her contribution on the 2007 Roots hit, “Don’t Feel Right”, in the category of best rap song. She has swapped musical licks with artists such as Angelique Kidjo, Common, Nas, Dead Prez, Wilco, Zap Mama, Cody Chesnutt, Martin Luther, Jill Scott, Erykah Badu, Mos Def, and Talib Kweli to name a few. As a collaborator and band member, Maimouna has rocked the stages of many renowned venues such as Denver Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheater, Switzerland’s Montreux Jazz Festival, New York City’s Legendary Carnegie Hall, and Radio City Music Hall. Youssef’s musical endeavors with Grammy Award winning producer James Poyser were a springboard for her to make her big screen debut in Dave Chappelle’s hip hop documentary “Block Party.”After the birth of her son, she took a short hiatus from the music business. She released her 1st solo EP Black Magic Woman on March 1, 2011, which led her to headline 2 of Washington DC’s most prestigious venues, The Kennedy Center and The Carter Barron Amphitheater. In Sept 2011, she released her 1st full-length album "The Blooming," which received The Washington Post’s and The Washington City Paper’s votes for “Top 5 best albums released in 2011.” Later that year, she teamed up with her long-time friend Brian Kyle Atkins, who was one of Okay Player’s pioneering forces, and the personal videographer to rapper Common. Together they created the very first visual for her leading single, “I Got A Man” produced by the Hip Hop icon, Dj Jazzy Jeff. In Nov 2011, Mumu was awarded the title of “Artist of The Year”, by the non-profit organization One Common Unity for her dedication and commitment to empowering underserved youth.