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  • 02:01

    Episode 20 with Guest speaker Omari French

    in The Bible

    Listen and interact with the Five Guys and a bible ministers as the delve deep into theological discussions, uncover truths and answer questions. Call in to talk as the show airs live at 646) 716-6774

  • 01:08

    Morocco Omari from Hit TV Shows Homeland & The Good Wife

    in Entertainment

    The Leik presents Hollywood and Broadway actor Morocco Omari from hit t.v. shows Homeland, The Good Wife,  Person of Interest, etc. joins The 40+ WTF Show with hosts Meleika Gardner, Brittany, and Hollywood comic writer Leo J. Lawrence (Jamie Foxx, The Wayans, Charlie Murphy, etc.) LIVE on Blog Talk Radio Monday, January 4th 7:30PM CST! Call-in 347-850-1441 Listen in at home, at work, or driving in rush hour by clicking below!

  • 00:32

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

    Here are the names of Black people KILLED BY THE POLICE IN 2015


    Walter Scott 50, Bernard Moore 62, Lavall Hall 25, Jonathan Ryan Paul 42, Jamie Croom 31, Terry Garnett Jr. 37, Monique Jenee Deckard 43, Tony Terrell Robinson Jr. 19, Tyrone Ryerson Lawrence 45, Naeschylus Vinzant 37, Andrew Anthony Williams 48, Dewayne Deshawn Ward Jr. 29, Ledarius Williams 23, Yvette Henderson 38, Edward Donnell Bright, Sr. 56, Thomas Allen Jr. 34,Charley Leundeu Keunang, “Africa” 43, Fednel Rhinvil 25, Shaquille C. Barrow 20, Kendre Omari Alston 16, Brandon Jones 18, Darrell “Hubbard” Gatewood 47, Cornelius J. Parker 28, Ian Sherrod 40, Jermonte Fletcher 33, Darin Hutchins 26, Glenn C. Lewis 37, Calvon A. Reid 39, Tiano Meton 25, Demaris Turner 29,Isaac Holmes 19, A’Donte Washington 16, Terry Price 41, Stanley Lamar Grant 38, Askari Roberts 35, Dewayne Carr 42, Terrance Moxley 29, Theodore Johnson 64, Cedrick Lamont Bishop 30, Anthony Hill 27, Terence D. Walke 21, Janisha Fonville 20, Phillip Watkins 23, Anthony Bess 49, Desmond Luster, Sr. 45, James Howard Allen 74, Natasha McKenna 37,Herbert Hill 26, Markell Atkins 36, Kavonda Earl Payton 39, Rodney Walker 23, Donte Sowell 27, Mario A. Jordan 34, Artago Damon Howard 36, Andre Larone Murphy Sr. 42, Marcus Ryan Golden 24, Brian Pickett 26Hashim Hanif Ibn Abdul-Rasheed 41, Ronald Sneed 31, Leslie Sapp III 47, Matthew Ajibade 22, but only one stays so vividly in my mind. SANDRA BLAND SAY HER NAME, just a woman who wanted to be an activist for the NAACP to help us in the struggle in TEXAS.  So all  you UNCLE TOMS AND TOAMSEANAS know there is no safe place for you until you regain your BLACK AFRICAN MIND FOR SURLEY YOU HAVE LOST IT! Do you believe for one munite that you will fit in the society of WHITE PEOPLE? If you do you are just dumb, they marry you so they can have built in servants and a genetic slide back into the HUMAN RACE!!!


     


     

  • 00:33

    On Air With David Duane w/ Special Guest: Monica x Eric Bellinger x Rotimi

    in Music

    Beep, beep, beep – An alarm sounds. Lights flash. Everyone is on alert. Emergency protocol in effect. It’s a Code Red state of emergency. Soul music is in trouble and one of the greatest R&B singers of a generation is sounding the alarm. Whispered voices have been expressing their concern for some time. Industry insiders talk of a change in the musical direction at radio. Critics blame millennials. Millennials blame the music. Artists blame each other. And everyone blames the Internet. But that’s not the whole story. Soul music is alive and well and “people love it when introduced to it properly,” R&B/Pop icon Monica explains. However, concerned about the future of the genre she loves so much, Monica returns with her seventh studio album appropriately titled Code Red.


    Rotimi is best known for co-starring in the hit series, “Power” alongside Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson and Omari Hardwick. While Rotimi has a thriving career as a television star, he is also excelling in his music career. Rotimi’s new single “Lotto,” features his co-star 50 cent and has quickly turned into a summer hit reaching over 530,000 plays on SoundCloud.


    Born and raised in Compton, CA, Eric Bellinger is well known in the music industry as a critically acclaimed songwriter and now as a solo R&B artist with sinfully smooth vocals and an affinity for soulful songwriting.  Since 2013, he's racked up more than 80 song placements while co-penning hits for such pop and R&B stars as Usher, Justin Bieber, and Chris Brown. He also won his first Grammy Award as one of the collaborators on Brown's best R&B-crowned album, F.A.M.E. ".

  • 01:59

    Stilettos and Convos with Miss Lee:Age Ain't Nothing But A Number

    in Radio

    Miss Lee opens up dialogue about age gaps in relationships. Does age really matter? 


    Stilettos and Convos w/Miss Lee is a show that will give you music, information, interviews and HOT Convo about topics that matter to your life. Miss Lee and her Co-Hosts - T, Marcus Omari, Meek Love, and Keiara Monet will keep you entertained and help you have some meaningful conversation with everyone you encounter! Catch Miss Lee live on Monday Nights at 8:30pm for a Special Topic Discussion on Stilettos and Convos w/Miss Lee, Tuesday Nights (starting January 2015) for Sports and Convos at 8pm (a show focused on sports for men and women) , and Hot Convos at 8pm (news, entertainment, and more) Tune in to the show live or on podcast each week for great conversation, celebrity interviews and great music!

  • 02:00

    Stilettos and Convos with Miss Lee: Signs of the Crazies

    in Radio

    Have you ever met someone that had signs of crazy? How did you know they were crazy? Tonight Miss Lee will help you see the signs of the crazies. lets talk about those red flags.


    Stilettos and Convos w/Miss Lee is a show that will give you music, information, interviews and HOT Convo about topics that matter to your life. Miss Lee and her Co-Hosts - T, Marcus Omari, Meek Love, and Keiara Monet will keep you entertained and help you have some meaningful conversation with everyone you encounter! Catch Miss Lee live on Monday Nights at 8:30pm for a Special Topic Discussion on Stilettos and Convos w/Miss Lee, Tuesday Nights (starting January 2015) for Sports and Convos at 8pm (a show focused on sports for men and women) , and Hot Convos at 8pm (news, entertainment, and more) Tune in to the show live or on podcast each week for great conversation, celebrity interviews and great music!

  • 01:55

    Stilettos and Convos with Miss Lee: Keep it Spicy

    in Radio

    Tonight on Stilettos Miss Lee discusses ways to keep your relationship spicy. Who wants to be in a boring relationship. tune in to uncover a new spice that will keep it fresh and new. 


     


    Stilettos and Convos w/Miss Lee is a show that will give you music, information, interviews and HOT Convo about topics that matter to your life. Miss Lee and her Co-Hosts - T, Marcus Omari, Meek Love, and Keiara Monet will keep you entertained and help you have some meaningful conversation with everyone you encounter! Catch Miss Lee live on Monday Nights at 8:30pm for a Special Topic Discussion on Stilettos and Convos w/Miss Lee, Tuesday Nights (starting January 2015) for Sports and Convos at 8pm (a show focused on sports for men and women) , and Hot Convos at 8pm (news, entertainment, and more) Tune in to the show live or on podcast each week for great conversation, celebrity interviews and great music!

  • 00:35

    FREEDOMS GATE: Saving America one dime at a time with the "March for Babies"

    in News

    Find out how one person can make the difference in helping to save the life of a baby or a mom, from Standing at Freedom’s Gate guest Jackie Fobbs, a nationally known senior health system analyst and Michael Joseph a UAW International Representative, editor and chief writer for UAW Region 1A’s published communications for the UAW’s Solidarity Magazine and Retiree’s News, and CEO/President of Omari Productions join host Kevin Fobbs to talk about how a single dime can change a life with the March of Dimes March for Babies

  • 00:42

    Dvante Black @ 7 PM w/Oliver Twist on ICON ATL Radio

    in Entertainment

    Atlanta native, Born (Frederick "Dvante" Black, is a multi-talented, Grammy Nominated Mastering and Sound Engineer. Raised in the city of Atlanta, Dvante passion for music began at an early age. He began, like so many, singing and dancing while attending the North Atlanta School for the Performing Arts, Dvante first became interested in the various other aspects of the genre, including writing and vocal producing. Even though Dvante's youth wasn't as great as most with being in over 30 foster homes, 5 shelters and 3 group homes before the age of 12 years old he made sure that he put all his energy into what he loved which was THE ART OF MUSIC. #BEBEAUTIFUL


    Music Artist Credits/Features/ETC Included: Young Jeezy | Yung Joc | Rocko | Future | D.Woods of Danity Kane | Bobby V | Sammie (Leigh Bush) | Iman Omari | BJ The Chicago Kid | MIGOS | CAP-1 | 2 Chainz | TrickyBizness Clients and this just names a few the list goes on... #AllGOD


    Having been a part of the recording industry now for over thirteen years,  Then joined Soul Asylum Studios Group for 2 1/2 years. Dvante continues to hone his skills and focus on his New Company (DvanteBlackMastering) which has been a success.. Working with and out numerous highly notable Recording Studios/Artist in the Greater Atlanta Area and his clients expand from all over from the USA to the UK.


     

  • 00:58

    Be Louder Than A Poet! w/ BluApple Poetry Network's Darius Daughtry

    in Entrepreneur

    It is National Poetry Month and why not start off with a BANG! Darius Daughtry, Director of Programs at Jason Taylor's Omari Hardwick BluApple Poetry Network, previews the annual national teen competition, Louder Than A Bomb (LTAB). Begun in Chicago, Louder Than A Bomb, has spread to 5 other states. LTAB makes its inaugural presence in South Florida this year, April 8th-April 23rd.RegalPoete is there for all of the action. Daughtry is a writer, director and theatre/creative arts educator with over 15 years of entreprenuership skills. Listen in as he gives us tips on how to be a leader in the industry, a consistent writer and how to maintain it all Louder Than A Bomb. Do not come without your lunch and a pen for all of the great information you will get in this week's episode. Besides, it is national poetry month. You should be writing anyways!

  • 02:58

    "Being Mary Jane Season 1.... Two Night, 6 Hour Special"- Part I

    in Radio

    In the history of television, there’s never been a more accurate representation of why so many professional, successful Africa American women remain single and have trouble finding love than the popular television series “Being Mary Jane”. If you missed our all time classic two night, 6 hour special where we discussed the many examples of Emotional Unavailability seen all throughout season 1, tune into “The Dedan Tolbert Show” TONIGHT and TOMORROW NIGHT at 9:00pm EST for a special rebroadcast. Also, look out for our upcoming two night, 6 hour special on Season 2. Listen 7 nights a week by calling 646 200 0366 or online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com... “REAL Radio that Matters for over 10 Years”.