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  • 03:01

    The award-winning R&B group U.N.V. Interview

    in Entertainment

    It has been 15 years since the award-winning R&B group U.N.V. has been interviewed. We are the first to have this dynamic group to announce there return to the studio.  U.N.V. (Universal Nubian Voices) once was recording on Madonna’s Maverick/Warner Bros label.  As the primary writer, J. Poww wrote the group’s biggest hit, “Something’s Goin’ On,” which reached #1 on the Billboard R&B chart and remained there for nine weeks. The group recorded two albums under the label before dissolving.  Well, they have returned and is back in the studio.  


    Also we will have the 12 Episode of S.C.A.M. comedy segment.

  • 02:11

    The U.N.V. (Universal Nubian Voices) Interview. - 90's R&B group returns

    in Entertainment

    John "J-Ski" Powe and his brother Shawn grew up singing together in Lansing, MI. They added John "J.C." Clay and Demetrius Peete (aka Peete) in high school and college; the quartet formed and began to write songs and rehearse. Moving to Detroit to record their contemporary R&B-based a cappella compositions, U.N.V. soon found "Something's Goin' On" 


    In 1996, J.Poww cofounded his first independent label, TRE-J Records, which was nationally distributed by Indie Distribution.  His first independent release was for a rap duo J & The Phatman who made monumental strides as the first music artists from Michigan to appear onYo! MTVRaps.  Their first single, “Keep It Comin,” was produced by chart-topping producers Soul Shock and Karlyn.


    J.Poww’s independent ventures continued and in 2001, he formed Powwer Moves Records, LLC.  The label debuted R&B duo, Poww Bros, which was made up of half the U.N.V. quartet - J.Poww and his brother, Shawn Martin.  Their first single “Faithful To” went to #5 on theBillboard singles chart.


    In 2008, J.Poww released Timeless – a best of U.N.V. compilation album; and in 2009, he released his first solo project, J.Poww The Headliner. J.Poww has kept a musical presence since then by consecutively releasing a solo album every year thereafter. His album collection includes Journey of a Man, Split Personality, and Where Is the Love which are all available for purchase online at www.jpoww.com and on all major online music stores.


     

  • 02:17

    The U.N.V. (Universal Nubian Voices) Interview. - 90's R&B group returns

    in Entertainment

    John "J-Ski" Powe and his brother Shawn grew up singing together in Lansing, MI. They added John "J.C." Clay and Demetrius Peete (aka Peete) in high school and college; the quartet formed and began to write songs and rehearse. Moving to Detroit to record their contemporary R&B-based a cappella compositions, U.N.V. soon found "Something's Goin' On" 


    In 1996, J.Poww cofounded his first independent label, TRE-J Records, which was nationally distributed by Indie Distribution.  His first independent release was for a rap duo J & The Phatman who made monumental strides as the first music artists from Michigan to appear onYo! MTVRaps.  Their first single, “Keep It Comin,” was produced by chart-topping producers Soul Shock and Karlyn.


    J.Poww’s independent ventures continued and in 2001, he formed Powwer Moves Records, LLC.  The label debuted R&B duo, Poww Bros, which was made up of half the U.N.V. quartet - J.Poww and his brother, Shawn Martin.  Their first single “Faithful To” went to #5 on theBillboard singles chart.


    In 2008, J.Poww released Timeless – a best of U.N.V. compilation album; and in 2009, he released his first solo project, J.Poww The Headliner. J.Poww has kept a musical presence since then by consecutively releasing a solo album every year thereafter. His album collection includes Journey of a Man, Split Personality, and Where Is the Love which are all available for purchase online at www.jpoww.com and on all major online music stores.


     

  • 02:58

    The U.N.V. (Universal Nubian Voices) Interview. - 90's R&B group returns

    in Entertainment

    John "J-Ski" Powe and his brother Shawn grew up singing together in Lansing, MI. They added John "J.C." Clay and Demetrius Peete (aka Peete) in high school and college; the quartet formed and began to write songs and rehearse. Moving to Detroit to record their contemporary R&B-based a cappella compositions, U.N.V. soon found "Something's Goin' On" 


    In 1996, J.Poww cofounded his first independent label, TRE-J Records, which was nationally distributed by Indie Distribution.  His first independent release was for a rap duo J & The Phatman who made monumental strides as the first music artists from Michigan to appear onYo! MTVRaps.  Their first single, “Keep It Comin,” was produced by chart-topping producers Soul Shock and Karlyn.


    J.Poww’s independent ventures continued and in 2001, he formed Powwer Moves Records, LLC.  The label debuted R&B duo, Poww Bros, which was made up of half the U.N.V. quartet - J.Poww and his brother, Shawn Martin.  Their first single “Faithful To” went to #5 on theBillboard singles chart.


    In 2008, J.Poww released Timeless – a best of U.N.V. compilation album; and in 2009, he released his first solo project, J.Poww The Headliner. J.Poww has kept a musical presence since then by consecutively releasing a solo album every year thereafter. His album collection includes Journey of a Man, Split Personality, and Where Is the Love which are all available for purchase online at www.jpoww.com and on all major online music stores.


     

  • 01:04

    The House of Faith N Fashion Radio & Blastapplications BLAP

    in Social Networking

    Tonight show will be with www.blastapplications.com Ceo Dino Luzzi to update all of our investors on the company strategy for 2014 in how to improve revenue and expand As an entrepreneur Mr. Luzzi  has been building the company from scratch creating a list of goals to accomplish within a certain time frame.

  • 01:01

    Social Survival Skills for Children with Autism and Segment Two: Living Dynamically with Raw Food

    in Parents

    I'll be interviewing two impressive guests, Dr. Forwood and Lisa Montgomery. Forwood received his doctorate degree from Western States Chiropractic College and developed one of the largest single clinical centers in Delaware during the 1980s. Board Certified in Neurology in 1992, Forwood continued to work with patients with neurological problems. .


    Dr. Forwood opened a Brain Balance Center in Wayne, Pennsylvania to help children with neuro-behavioral deficits to improve their academic, social and behavioral functions using a drug-free approach. .

    An estimated 1 in 150 American children has some form of autism. Some research suggests autistic kids who get help early can overcome some of their deficits. But the social skills learned as a toddler may not be useful to a teen. .

    Dr. Forwood will also discuss tips for parents and the benefits of the Brain Balance Program. .

    Listen to Raw Foods expert and author, Lisa Montgomery of the acclaimed book: Raw Inspiration: Living Dynamically with Raw Food. Montgomery teaches people how to heal their entire being (physical, emotional, and psychological) with the raw foods lifestyle. .

    She has worked with Olivia Newton John and model Carol Alt. She's board certified as a Holistic Health Care Practitioner from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition in Manhattan, NY. .

    Montgomery's also a Certified Associate Raw Chef and Instructor from the Living Light Institute of Raw Foods in California. Her keynotes and workshops champion the holistic benefits of fully embracing the raw foods lifestyle. .

    "What you put in your mouth and how you live your life are so important," says Montgomery. "A Raw Food diet cleanses the body and nurtures the soul."

  • 01:00

    our generation

    in Education

    what are we doing as a people in 2010