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AY YALL KNO DA DEAL KALL IN 12 O CLOCK 2NITE n EVERY NITE!!347-994-3596!!! WE GOT A INTERESTIN SHOW 2NITE SO MAKE SURE U LISTEN IN!!347-994-3596!! SUM OF DA TOPICS INCLUDE
1. What turns u on or off when the oppsosite sex approaches you
2. What celebrity wuld u marry and Y????
3. How do u handle annoyin exes
4. Wats da difference between white ppl and black ppl language lol
5. When u break up wit ur boo shuld u give them back the they got u or keep it???
Many African American rap artists used the spoken word to raise consciousness and fight for social justice. How did our rap artists get turned as weapons against us? Degenerate lyrics that refer to blacks as "N-----" and woman as "B----" flood the airwaves and sink directly into the ears of our youth through I-pods, creating a generation with low morals, low self esteem and low behavior. Rappin Tate da Great, now Brother Tate X, has come back with powerful lyrics to fight a spiritual war of words. His DVD and upcoming music videos are designed to kill the "N word" and the "B word" for good, as he raises consciousness through rap and calls out those artists who have misused their gifts to encourage the worst in us. He's on a mission to restore respect for African American people and for woman through the power of the spoken word.
Oohhh... Do you remember? Billie Jean, Control, Fight the Power, Cool It Now and Roxann, Roxann!!!!
Oh My God! Michael Jackson. Janet Jackson. Public Enemy. New Edition. UTFO.
Yes! I remember.
Well what about FUBU clothes, family bar-be-cues, and "Battlin" "Breakin" & "Rappin" in the street? Taping "For Lovers' Only" on a cassette tape? Racing home to see "He-Man" or "Thundercats" cartoons? Frying up french fries with the old grease sitting on the stove in the Crisco can? Drinking sugar water cuz you didn't have any Kool-Aid? And having to be home before the street lights came up?
Dang, Mama. Its summer time! Oh, so I was the only one begging? REALLY?
This was a time when only doctors had pagers and only lawyers and business men needed phones. When there was no such thing as a home computer. Television only had five channels and went off at 2am. When the only cable company was "Preview" after 8pm. Oh no, no Netflix and Hula Plus? And we were told, "Children should be seen; not heard"
Welllll.... It's June. And June is Black Music Month. And we here at REAL TALK LIVE 216 love our black music. But you know, REAL TALK LIVE 216, had to go DEEPER. Cuz it's not just about black music. It's about the times we had; OUR YOUTH. -
So tonight, REAL TALK LIVE 216 is celebrating Black Music Month by going: BLACK IN DA DAY!!!!!!!!!!
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Join "Miss Erudite" as she express herself freely about all topics.
Building Communities through. Knowledge, Wisdom, & Understanding.
Featuring #SparkPlenty The Moderator
Investment Banker, Mr. California
Miss Trinidad Inspirational/Motivational Speaker
Rappin Tate Da Great. Zulu Nation.
Thurs, June 14th...11pm est...8pm pac...IWTK: The Artist Spotlight for Rappin 4 Tay, a true bay area legend....Update....4 Tay never made the show, however, we r gonna reschedule asap.....We did, however, play a couple of 4 Tay's new tracks. They were smokin hot, I might add.
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Donal Noble-Author...'RAPPIN RANDY and the PEARLS OF WISDOM!
Don grew up in the mean streets of Chicago filled with gang violence, drug trafficking and the terror and despair it brings with it and OUR CHILDREN ARE THE VICTIMS of street gangs, prisoners in their own neighborhoods, manipulated TO JOIN THE GANG OR DIE!
Dons' entire childhood and teen-age years were spent living in the heart of some of Chicagos toughest neighborhoods.
RAPPIN RANDY was written to bring about ideas for our kids to survive in a fun way.
Take a jungle trip with...etc.
Meet FLIP-the parrot...etc.
Meet KINGA-the python...etc.
DINGO and DOMINGA...etc.
BOLO, the fierce...etc.