Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

  • 03:28

    IKIGANIRO "UWANZE KUMVA" MUTEGURIRWA NA JEAN PAUL

    in Politics Progressive

    Abanyarwanda baciye imigani myinshi, ariko umugani ngo " uwanze kumva ntiyanze kubona" ni umugani ujyanye n' ibihe tugezemo mugihugu cyacu. Radio Itahuka ntiyahwemye kuvuga ibibazo u Rwanda rufite, Ibinyamakuru bitandukanye bikomeza kwamagana ubutegetsi bw' igitugu, ariko FPR yaciriye ibiti mumatwi. Ibihugu n' Imiryango mpuzamahanga byasabye u Rwanda kubahiriza uburenganzira bw' Umunyarwanda (si ubw' abazungu) ariko bigaca inyuma ya Huye. Radio Itahuka ntabwo izatezuka gukomeza kwamagana ibibi bikorerwa abanyarwanda kugeza ubwo Abanyarwanda bagizeubwisanzure. 


    Ni muze tuganire muri iki kiganiro ,  


    Tel: 13479456449


    Email: redioitahuka@gmail.com


    Host: Jean Paul Turayishimye

  • 00:55

    Talking Pictures TEST/DO NOT OPEN Paul Booth

    in Film

    Paul Booth and Podcast Prodcuer Jim McNulty discuss Best Picture Nominees.

  • 00:27

    Madison's View of a "Convention for Proposing Amendments"

    in US Government

     


    Today we'll begin a multi-part series concerning the view with which James Madison, considered the father of the Constitution, regarded the State amending convention provision in Article V.


    Various interpretations of Madison's views have been presented over many years, in support of multiple positions in regard to the utility, and even the safety, of the Article V provision to the States to hold a "convention for proposing amendments".  We are going to walk through this man's life, through his written record, to construct his position, and the continued consistency of his position, and provide the most accurate representation we can of his thoughts.  We're going to take as many episodes as necessary to thoroughly flesh out his view.


    As always, we'll present the latest news in the Convention of the States.  I'll keep the presentation a bit shorter, to allow time for calls

  • 00:48
  • LIVE Stream/Interview w/ FLO & The Infamous Dj Kane

    in Hip Hop Music

    LIVE Mixtape Stream & Interview Featuring "FLO".


    FLO, aka Eastside FLO or FLO Dinero is a rose growing from within the concrete jungle of Indianapolis.  Born with an inner hunger so strong as a child his aggression was deemed “unusually special”.  FLO Dinero’s journey is filled with peaks, valleys, dead-ends, baby mama drama, and undeniable raw talent.  Some people are talented and some people are simply gifted. FLO’s ability to paint street dreams with words is literally unexplainable and is rare amongst the current MC’s in the game.  When FLO enters any room the temperature automatically changes and you feel the energy shift.  FLO’s charm and natural synergy with people is deeply rooted within his moral ethics and hustler’s ambition.  The lead single “Go Crazy” from his F.T.M.G. compilation has won over the Internet, streets, and mainstream radio.  FLOhas partnered with EAE Management Group/Capital Music group to further his brand expansion and deliver more street and radio anthems.  FLO Dinero understands the cloud of doubt that hovers over Indie Artists and is determined to make his mark on the game last forever. Stream his smash single “Go Crazy” on @POWER1079 herewww.power1079.com between 7:30-8pm Est daily! 


     

  • Exclusive Interview With Jilly Anais

    in Hip Hop Music

    Rising Urban Pop artist Jilly Anais Moor, going by the name of Jilly Anais is determined to be an artist to watch. The Houston, Texas native, hung up her cowgirl boots and stepped out on faith to launch her career as a musician.


    No stranger to the spotlight, Jilly has landed lead roles in school plays and musicals. As a winner of the prestigious Miss Teen Houston 2011, she was invited to perform in a number of recitals and noted public events. Her commitment to her artistry has been celebrated by colleagues and multifaceted audiences. Through music, Jilly has showcased her sound armed with infectious hooks and lyrics that are upbeat and edgy. The 19-year-old is carving her own path by bringing a unique sound to the music industry through Urban Pop. The versatility in Jilly Anais’ voice has all the right ingredients to become a successful entertainer.
     
    In 2014, Jilly moved to Los Angeles, California which led to a collaboration of work with Directors, Blair Caldwell and Tim Milgram. In summer 2014, she released her debut single “The Juice” while working with production team, The Invaders, followed by the release of her debut EP “The Juice” in February 2015 which has commanded the attention of producers throughout the U.S.


    Following the release of her debut EP, the ultra- talented Urban Pop artist has been making sure that the music industry knows she is on the move. With a growing fan base, Jilly Anais continues to gain momentum with favorable reviews and interviews from media outlets such as Limerence Magazine, Nineteen 45 Media, Stereo Noise Magazine and Symphonatic Magazine. Collaboratively they note, Jilly as an innovator and a budding star who will go far in the industry. Nineteen 45 Media, refers to her music as artful tracks, with a voice that is almost hypnotizing with incredible aptitude.

  • Straight Outta Compton Forgot About J.J. FAD!

    in Sports

    In the early days of Ruthless Records before N.W.A. and "Straight Outta Compton" hit the scene, Eazy-E signed a team of teenage female rappers called J.J. FAD who helped put West Coast hip-hop on the map.  Their smash single, "Supersonic," and success as a group made them the first all female rap group to receive a Grammy nomination. Despite the success, attention and money that J.J FAD generated for Ruthless Records, their existence isn't acknowledged anywhere in the blockbuster N.W.A. biopic "Straight Outta Compton."


    MC JB spoke out in an interview on Down With The Kings and said, "Even though there was a time restraint on the movie, it doesn't mean that you couldn't have takeen .5 seconds to say J.J. FAD. I think as the first one out of the gate we deserved that."


    There's no question that Ruthless Records owes the popular female group a debt of gratitude their contributions to the success for the company and while the feelings of resentment would be completely understandable, MC JB who referred to N.W.A. as their "brothers" still had praise for the movie and thought that it was brilliantly done.


    "Loved the film thought that it was brilliantly done. A little hurt that we weren't mentioned in it especially since we were the first ones that come out and paved the way for them.  So that hurt our feelings a little bit but we understand that its a movie and its about N.W.A."

  • Live Interview with Cozette Thomas, a Take-Charge Businesswoman

    in Christianity

    Cozette Thomas is a take-charge businesswoman, who expertly balances career, community outreach and two children.  She has been in business for 5 years providing supplemental educational services. Partnering with public and charter school in the District of Columbia to provide Before, After school and Summer camp programming. She is a pioneering community activist for families with children with special needs. Hosting special needs support meeting for families. Cozette is also a champion overcomer of domestic violence and a neuro muscle disease namely Myasthenia Gravis. She is a committed community advocate serving as a liaison to education and workforce development. Cozette is committed to serving her children, community and school. Cozette is dueled degreed holding a BBA in Business Management and MPA in Public Administration. Thorough personal physically debilitating illness, domestic violence, two children diagnosed with special needs (Autism and Specific Learning Disability). Cozette finds it not feat to Finish, what is purposed in her heart to do. She is the Determined Finisher and Contributing Author of “Life Happens…But You Can Finish”.


     During Cozette’s personal time she loves to cook, write, read, listen to music and spend time with her children. 


    Join me Hezekiah L. Montgomery host of The Man In The Mirror, and co-host Nichelle Johnson as we interview this dynamite take-charge businesswoman Ms. Cozette Thomas.  We'll find out what drives this young lady to do what she does and how she keeps it all together while doing it. 


     


     

  • 00:30

    100 Days of Giving Black with Paul Goodnight

    in Non-Profit

    Paul Goodnight's artwork currently resides in many institutional and private collections including The Smithsonian Institute and the Hampton University Museum. His artwork is very unique asthetically and typically incorporates African symbols and themes. Paul Goodnight's art has been influenced by his travels around the world including Brazil, Russia, Nicarauga, China and more. Paul Goodnight currently holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Massachusetts College of Art and received an honorary Masters of Fine Arts from the same institution in 1987. The honorary Master's Degree was given to him because of his dedication and accomplishments in the wonderful world of art.

  • 01:02

    Acidoe Rostein live interview pt.2

    in Podcasting

    If you remember the the first interview with Acidoe Rostein,then you would know that it was entirely to short.That interview was done with Acidoe behind bars.This time Acidoe is home,and ready to deliver another action pack interview.Acidoe Rostein aka the fresh prince of the bronx is hitting the streets hard with his new mixtape allergic 2 average.This Bronx NY native is one of the up-incoming future stars of hip-hop.Tune in as Acidoe breaks down his plan for his career.With His NoworNeva street team,and his NevasayNeva ent company behind him the game is about to get shook up.

  • 02:09

    International Call to Action and Interview with Roger Christie on "A Cup of Joe"

    in Politics

    Jennifer Winn joins us this week on "A Cup of Joe" where we explore the idea of uniting like minded individuals and organizations in a common goal of ending prohibition and supporting basic civil, human and constitutional rights. We are having an initial conference call on Saturday 9-5 at 4pm central time and will be discussing this new coalition on this week's Cup of Joe. 


    We will also be featuring an interview with Roger Christie currently preparing for oral arguments in the 9th circut regarding his federal cannabis case. We will be discussing his case as well as the religious defense that hangs in the ballance. 


    Paula Huff will also be joining us to announce her candicy for mayor of Tucson AZ! 


    Cannabis and civil rights defendants are always welcome to join the show to share details about their cases and teach the community what WE can do to be the solution! So join us every Friday Night on Coffee Party USA Radio for "A Cup of Joe" at 8:00 PM EDT and 5:00 PM PDT.