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MS TOI FAMOUS FOR "You Can Do It" is a single by Ice Cube released from the Next Friday soundtrack. The songs features Ice Cube's Westside Connectionbandmate Mack 10, as well as female rapper, Ms. Toi.
The song became Ice Cube's sixth and final top 40 hit in the US, peaking at number 35 on the Billboard Hot 100, while also reaching number two on the Billboard Hot Rap Singles. In December 2004, the single was re-released in the UK and peaked at number two on the UK Singles Chart
"You Can Do It" later appeared on Cube's sixth studio album, War & Peace Vol. 2 (The Peace Disc) as well as on his Greatest Hits andIn the Movies compilations. It would also appear on the double platinum Save the Last Dance soundtrack
Jay King says that J Ril is the best host on BlogTalk and elsewheres. He's got a hearty throw down and character that keeps you glued to the show. TJRS - Combinations of Mr L E S, and the madam that shares her soul with you, MoMo B. Jay King told me not to say anything about Dr Princess Odilia, but Jay doesn't tell me what to do - However, I'm never going to say anything bad about her, you'll just have to listen in and make your own judgement. J Ril also has other shows on BlogTalk, I'm sure he'll let you know what times they come on. And if he doesn't Mr L E S will take you to the throwdown. THE J RIL SHOW (TJRS)
The Pastor J. Rouse Show Live On Air, Wright On Point Hot Topics, The Discussion and so much more....
- October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month;
- Author/Public Speaker, LJ Thomas is our special guest on Domestic Violence against women and men;
* What are the signs;
* What to do, Who to tell, How to get help;
* The Journey: Domestic Violence;
* And so much more...
- The Discussion Continues: NFL & Sports Domestic Controversy and much more...
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- Treacherous Heart, the movie...review and updates...
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Breaking the Yoke of Bondage Through the Love and Peace of God
Welcome to My Gospel Soul Central
Community, Network, Life, Faith
Connecting and Sharing
Passion, Awareness, Art, Music, Love, Stories
At My Gospel Soul Central we are Pursuing God. We are pursuing the Peace of God. We are Currently a home based ministry. We are training up strong Saints of God that will Love the way God teaches to Love through the Power of the Word of God. We want to challenge others in the Body of Christ to stand and Decree and Declare the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the Highways and Byways. We believe God that Souls will be saved and that The Saints of God will begin to Stand without fear, knowing that God is with them. It is no time for Compromising with the World. We must impact the World and not let the World impact the body of Christ. We are using this website to provide an online gateway to every outlet Pastor J uses to share the Word of God. Messages of Healing and Deliverance are shared. Testimonies of Empowerment, Breakthroughs, and God’s Divine Power are shared for the entire world to bare witness of his excellent greatness.
The single parent community isn't made up of just single moms so Single Mom Sage Hour is adding a single dad to the mix. Introducing "PaPa P" aka Pix. First topic of discussion will be the titles used in the single parent community.; i.e. baby mama/daddy, blended family, coparenting, bonus and step parents.
Guest: Pix aka PaPa P
I’m a 32 year old father of 3 children ages 14, 9 and 4. Coincidentally they are Five years apart, no the distance wasn't planned however it works. My oldest has his mother and my younger two children share a mother. I've worked as an Optician for what will be 10 years this upcoming May. In my spare time there is not much I don’t do. Rather it’s going to an amusement park or the observatory with my children or indoor rock climbing that could lead to a game of golf with a friend. The sky is the limit and the adventures are endless. Five years ago I stumbled across poetry or what many would call spoken word. I've written and performed many writings and expressed my feelings on many stages.
This show features the original music of Chicago's own street performer and Sax Therapist Traysee J Leonard & friends. Most of the music is original and the artists are mostly independant. This year I am featuring original music from my cd The eyeProject. The music was composed and performed primarily on the iPhone & iPad, hence the title eyeProject! New to home studio recording and with minimal equipment, I am doing what I love! I look forward to going to the next level in my music career and ministry! Formerly an addict for over thirty years with over three years crack free, I now have a clear head and choose to use the gifts God has given me to help the world smile!!!. So check out the show and hear the original music of William Green, Dana Divine, Masque, Cynthia Jones, Vanessa Holmes, Moni Rashad, Michael Haynes, Sam Williams, Fred Caldwell & RFCA, Jessica Anderson, Kim Hinton, Salt of the Earth, Sharon Pulliam, Brandon Avery Smith, daVonya Holmes, Sam Williams, Jenipher Jones-Tate, Lisa Deveaux and more! This is where you can lay your burdens down and get in a session of Sax Therapy with me Traysee J Leonard the Sax Therapist!!! Your station for smooth jazz & inspiration!!!
Julia Pierson resigned as Secret Service director on Wednesday after just a year and a half on the job, following a series of major security lapses that eroded President Obama’s confidence in her ability to run the agency tasked with protecting him.
The breach last month, in which Army veteran Omar J. Gonzalez leapt over the White House fence and managed to sprint through much of the mansion’s main floor, helped clinch Pierson’s downfall. He had in fact overpowered a Secret Service officer and made it into the East Room before being tackled by an off-duty agent near the Green Room.WP
"Agents tell me it’s a miracle an assassination has not already occurred. In typical Washington fashion, nothing gets reformed until a disaster happens. If anything unites Republicans and Democrats, it is that nobody wants to see a tragedy: We all just want the Secret Service fixed". Ronald Kessler in Politico
As we have progressed through more than four decades since the decline of the civil rights movement, we have experienced a complete shift in paradigms as far as the consciousness of our youth toward our struggle. During the late sixties and seventies, our youth stood up in rebellion against a system that was non-conducive to their quest for elevation and empowerment. With songs from artist such as Marvin Gay (Mother Mother) and James Brown (Say it Loud, I'm Black and I'm Proud). Music played a vital role in reinforcing a positive black image and a sense of pride within our youth.
During the 80s and the early 90s, hip hop rose to the occasion, with rappers and groups that flooded the air waves with positive messages. Groups, such as The Last Poets, Public Enemy, Brand Nubian, Sister Souljah, The Roots, and the list goes on, promoted a positive self-image and a political awareness that brought enlightenment and a sense of empowerment to the black youth. The positive image that flowed not only gave us something from a culture that was all our own, it taught us history that we were not getting through traditional education and main stream media.
Hip hop has been raped and pillaged, and it no longer resembles the art form that was undeniably African. It has become one of the most destructive forces in our community. Now, hip hop wages war against the very people who created it. In fact, one could argue that hip hop is no longer hip hop at all. White (Jewish) owned record labels have promoted the interpolation of disrespectful and misogynistic lyrics from their artist, and the result has been a decline in self-awareness by black youth, and a desensitization of the plight of the black race as a whole.
Join us as we discuss the current state of hip hop and its influence on black culture. We will also discuss how we can actually use this knowledge to our advantage
Welcome to the Wednesday edition of the jrilshow! Tonight, we are testing friendships!!!!! The QOD: Would you let your best friend spank your child? OOOOOOOOOn snap!!!! Plus we will replay the "90's slow groove mix" in the Listening Lounge. Stop by and get your laugh on TONIGHT on the jrilshow!!!
Guess what day it is? Guess what day it is? Hump Day After Dusk Wednesday! .Ceddy J is kicking off his annual "Check Ya Boobs" campaign talking up what is in store for this month across all of our brands. He also honors his late grandmother, Mama Rachel who passed away 2 Years ago on this date. If you are fighting Breast Cancer or know someone who is, call-in with 347-202-0389 to share your story.
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Gii w/ 'Give A Hand Up'
A Millenial G w/ 'HydrAglyphs'
J-Tiz w/ 'Can't Help But Stare'
Busta Capp w/ 'Barry'
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