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Budding R&B star Marvin Ambrosius knows the value of working with legends—and relatives. “I’m very proud of Friends and Lovers,” he tells Fresh Perspectives Radio host Nikki Rich of sister Marsha Ambrosius’ new album. “The song we did together, Spend All My Time, was originally a love song but it turned into a family song about my loved ones—my auntie and nan. Then Charlie Wilson got onboard, and now it’s got that billionaire feeling,” he adds of The Gap Band frontman. You listen to it and it’s like, This is why we do music. I never thought I’d have my name next to Charlie in a credit. But now I made a bet with Marsha. I said, If you get a Grammy—and this album is gonna win; you can’t be nominated 13 times and not win on your next one—I told her we’ll be there with Charlie goin’ thank you! Because he’s gonna be the reason we got it.”
Welcome to The Nikki Rich Show –Tonight Featured Episode: Motivated Mondays with Marvin and Marsha Ambrosius.The Nikki Rich Show *Premier Innovative source for Entertainment- Interviewing globally providing Marketing tools with Promotional strategies for branding opportunities on our socially Interactive platform. Come and join us, Sundays 7:30-9:30 pm Est. Mondays-Wednesdays at 8:00 pm Est. TheNikkiRichShow.com
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(www.paxstereo.tv) Morning Coffee with Mario Talk Show – It's Tuesday, and for us that means a "double banger" day with tonight's Quiet Storm. New announcements revolve Vic's latest round of videos captured at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza featuring Marsha Ambrosius, Bobby V, Mila J, and Antonique. Oh yes, you do get to see it! thLZ (Local Zone) in full effect!
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In Victor Allen's Nu New Sportz we look back at least 20 years to discuss and vote the most productive, most entertaining, most controversial, best teammate, and top merchandising athlete. The athletes included in our segment are Tim Duncan, Shaquille O’Neal, Derek Jeter, Charles Barkley, Usain Bolt, Derek Fisher, Kobe Bryant and Lebron James. The number one paid athlete is boxing's Floyd Mayweather.
In HOtt PiXX by Vic we vote on the female Carnival Festival beauties and outfits again, but with an emphasis on the combination of feathers and butt! Theme names include Butt De Sparkle, Butt De PMC, Drum Stick Dreams, Eyes Golden, Green Envy and Hips De Feathers
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The Nikki Rich Show talks with Sean Hicks of Va, Marvin and surprise call in from Marsha Ambrosius. If the surname sounds familiar it’s because he is the little brother of Marsha Ambrosius, of Floetry fame and now a Grammy award winning solo artist.Marvin, a success in his own right, has previously co-written tracks for Artist Angie Stone, Nas and the Game. He is tarting his own music career under the name Ambrosious. We’d describe his sound as a fusion of British urban, neo soul and grown and sexy RnB.Marsha Ambrosius or Marsha is an English singer-songwriter. A former member of Floetry, she released her first solo album Late Nights & Early Mornings on 1 March 2011.
Passion, dedication, commitment and talent will gain you the title of master. In this case we are talking about master groomer and celebrity barber Marvin Church. He has no problem sharing his years of experience with you. We're bringing some friends (Garrett Fortner of menstayfly.com) to discuss men's grooming. Want to join the dialog? Call in (347) 637-2319 and press 1
Join us on The Motif- Where there's no shortage of interaction, and the music meets inspiration and praise. This week is no different than any other. Host, Petula Beckles stirs up another resounding interview as she talks with Artist Marvin Edgar as he shares about his new music, his Christian journey and the New happenings.
Call us at (917)932-8802.
It's The Men's VUE & Chloé Too and we're mentoring men and boys around the world with host, Glenn Barker, Executive Director of The ManKind Project and Dr. Marvin Thompson, Founder and President of Empower ED LLC.
Chloé Taylor Brown, Lifestyle and Transformation Coach for women and girls connect with these gentlemen to participate and discuss Glenn's 4-week series, The Courage to Be a Man: The Archetypes of the Masculine, including, King, Warrior, Magician, and Lover. Today's episode tackles The Archetype of The Lover. These 4 traits are hard wired into every man. How they play out can be as mature man who takes responsibility or a boy who makes excuses. These are powerful insights Glenn uses every day to inform, educate and change lives in our men. Discover your personal excellence today with the PEP!.
Tweet @MKPChicago @ChloeTBrown DrTeducates
It's a Paranormal night!
Special Halloween -Show
Please join Marsha Casper Cook and Kelly Abell on October 28 at 9 PM EST 7PM CST for a very special Halloween show.
It's going to be fun and there will be a lot of surprises! Our guests for the evening are C J Ellisson, Marianne Morea, Sharon Buchbinder, Alexandrea Weis and Melanie Nowak. You can find out more about the authors by going on the Paranormal Guild's website. http://www.paranormalromanceguild.com/
The phone lines will be open -(714) 242-5259 Bethany Cross will be opening the chat room
Marvin Church is hailed as one of the industries most talented and passionate professionals. He is a prominent Image Consultant specializing in Male Grooming for film, television, and discerning gentlemen. He is a visionary and consummate craftsman who lives by his creed of, “grooming is a lifestyle” and “personal image is everything.”
Also known as “Marv the Barb,” he has been honing his craft for over the past 20 years, coast to coast while based in the heart of Washington DC. DC’s top lawyers, politicians and power players as well as Hollywood’s leading celebrities, comedians and athletes, have sought him out. His uncompromising style and talent have led him to work numerous media events, film and television presentations such as the Espy’s Awards and the BET Honors.
Join Marsha and Willow on Wednesday October 22 at 11 AM EST 10 AM CST 9AM MT 8 AM PST for a very special show featuring Jo Michaels. Jo Michaels has been The World of Ink Networks sponsor for the month of October.
Jo is a graphic artist, editor and fascinating blogger. Her wonderful heartfelt imagination will become your guide as you read about the magical world that her characters live in. Her female characters are powerful beyond compare and her writing makes you proud to be a woman and also makes you want to share everything about Jo's writing. Her blog is terrific especially for new authors because she explains her technique and that is so very helpful to new writers.
Join the fun.
Call in number # 714-242-5259
Chloé Taylor Brown has joined forces with two empowering gentlemen to create The Men’s Vue & Chloé Too! This progressive, right now radio style mentors men and boys around the world. Glenn Barker, our host, is Executive Director of The ManKind Project and currently hosting thirty weekly men’s groups, including: The New Warrior Training Adventure, leadership trainings, and community outreach events.
Dr. Marvin Thompson of Oprah's "Blackboard Wars" currently serves as Founder and President of Empower ED LLC, an educational consulting firm assisting schools in challenged communities as an educator... serving as classroom teacher to superintendent.
This is a 4-part series on The Archetypes of the Masculine: King, Warrior, Magician, and Lover. This week's episode we discuss and share The Archetype of "The Magician: These 4 traits are hard wired into every man. How they play out can be as mature man who takes responsibility or a boy who makes excuses. These are powerful insights Glenn uses every day to inform, educate and change lives in our men.
Chloé Taylor Brown’s current books are available at Amazon.com Tweet @ChloeTBrown!
"And Noone Cried For NeeNee"
In 2001, he got his gun, he drew it back and then the attack, and noone cried for NeeNee.
Went through her heart, it ended her start; she layed there dying, while they stood there lying,
Getting their stories straight, till it was too late, and noone cried for NeeNee.
She laid on the floor, they closed the door. She tried to breathe, she took her last heave. It was an accident, and that's how it went. And noone cried for NeeNee.
Each day l think, given my every blink, my baby girl, she was my world.
No hands in the air, no hoodie was worn, and noone is crying for NeeNee.
I know how it goes, black on black crime still flows. Noone marches for her still, as l am held hostage against my will. It ain't OK, there has got to be a better way.
And noone cried for NeeNee.
I am getting it out. I cry, I shout. But noone hears, they don't see my tears. She is still my baby girl, still my world. And noone cried for NeeNee.
(Written by Loretta Green-Williams)
Join me and Marvin "Alex" Harris, Campus Director for Strayer University. He will talk about his personal experience to domestic violence and why he will be Walking in Silence for the Silenced, Domestic Violence Solidarity Walk, November 1, 2014, at 7 am.