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On November 11, 2010 I released a novel ("The Leading Lady of Rap"), that would go on to become an Amazon Kindle #1 best-seller, twice. It has also connected me with several celebrities and big wigs in the entertainment industry that didn't have knowledge that I have 3 ancestors that were famous actresses, the most famous being Esther Rolle ('Florida Evans' from the 1970s show, "Good Times"). It's been 4 years since the novel has been released, and the controversy behind the unsung hero-ish novel continues. What many people don't know is that my 17-chapter novel, "The Leading Lady of Rap," began as a screenplay in 2005 bearing the same title. Remy Ma is the only female rapper that originally motivated this movement, and in this dedication episode I'll explain my "The Leading Lady of Rap" struggles these past 10 years...The good, the bad...and the UGLY.
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Da Lodd Manafess Show We have 2 special guests on Air for an Interview. Earl Grey will be with us Tonight talking about his new Album's he has coming out. Also Jobsonian Smith will be a guest on the show for an interview and talk a little bit with us about his new Album. This is a Hip-Hop Only SHOW! meaning no R&B what so ever!!!!! Hosted by Raaddrr-Van and Co-Host Ms.TruVision
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Welcome to Dr Robyn's Heart. Dr Robyn Mills is a psychologist and inspirational speaker who engages and expands the goodness in the heart of humanity. This show will introduce you to concepts that will expand your knowledge and challenge your belief systems. Let's travel this journey together for a little while and learn about the Vedic learning system. Today we will here from Ma Maheshwara, 13 yrs Old, originally from Texas, United State, currently living in India. In 2010, Ma Maheshwara participated in eN-genius program. It is a 21 days program designed to awaken and express the extraordinary dimensions in the child through the essence of authentic Vedic Learning System. After eN-genius program, Maheswara dropped the need to watch television, cartoon, video games, eating junk food effortlessly. In 2012, Maheshwara joined the gurukul to learn Yoga. Gurukul provided the right environment, right guidance from the higher energy to start expressing their extraordinary dimensions that the current social system holds them from. She feels that Life is so simple to live by the technique of completion. In Sep 2014, Ma Maheshwara started doing third eye reading and started experiencing tremendous change in her cognitive ability. During blindfold reading, She goes into a thoughtless space and can see words in golden letters. She is constantly experiencing what it means ‘be in the moment’. Recently, Ma Maheshwara has demonstrated third eye blind fold reading in Mind Body Soul Conference in Victoria University, Wellington.
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"A frank, sometimes-disturbing debut novel that highlights the darkness that can lurk within picture-perfect families"-Kirkus and they say, "...the story's brutal emotional honesty is what keeps it moving."-Kirkus Reviews.Kelly Flook Has left no stone un-turned in telling her story because she wanted to help alleviate some of the pain and shame suffered by the 39 million Americans sexually abused in the 20th Century alone (1 in 4 boys and 1 in 6 girls). As well, Huff Post printed Teresa Huizy the Exec. Director of National Children's Alliance saying 315,000 children were reported sexually abused in the US last year. At that rate there will be another 3 million plus more abused in ten years.
(In her own words) I did everything society said to be happy. I got the degrees: BA, a Montessori degree, and an MA. I married the “right” men who could “give me respect and boost my confidence.” First an attorney. Had one daughter. The marriage ended after seven years because of his affairs. Eight years later, my second husband was a cardiologist from Virginia. We had a bi-coastal, whirlwind coke-induced love affair for eighteen months. The marriage lasted six months. I did things I thought might help society. I sent women to London for abortions before Roe v. Wade. I was active in the peace movement to stop the Vietnam War. I started NORML (the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws) with my first husband. I had the right jobs: I wrote and produced for PBS. I won numerous awards. I wrote screenplays to shine the light on inequities. None of this alleviated my pain, shame and suffering from the childhood beatings and sexual abuse that led to my self-abuse. My healing journey began withShhhh!
The long-awaited-by-some return of NY rapstress Remy Ma after serving a moderately long prison sentence, had the rap world buzzing, even if a bit premature, thanks to irrespnsible "reporting" by some of hip hop's loudest mouthpieces. Her return was punctuated by a quick freestyle assist by DJ Khaled, the inevitable "Is she going to do anything of value?" and "What does this mean for Nicki Minaj?" discussions.
The combination of all thes things lead us to tonight's initial topics:
1. Can Remy Ma make any headway in today's rap landscape?
2. Why do so many people who are praising her return, have to disparage current rap queen Nicki Minaj at the same time? What is it about the rap audience that has a problem with there being MULTIPLE successful artists at one time, particularly female?
3. But if we're going to compare, let's analyze the freestyle by Remy and the verse of Beyonce's Flawless remix that Nicki Minaj dropped almost simultaneously, and what both releases might mean to both artists.
4. (I'm sure we'll slip in some snark at the irresponsible "hip hop media" who once again, carry on as if spreading misinformation to millions of people ain't no big thing.)
5. As always, event reviews and previews and some new, noteworthy NY rap releases as well.
Join us live. Call in with your thoughts. We expect this to be a heated discussion, and we're looking forward to your input.
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