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Join Altidude LIVE on The Corner as he welcomes fan favorite Therapist back to the show! On this episode Altidude will talk w/Therapist about his new project "Ungifted", as well as pick his brain for his thoughts on a myriad of issues surrounding the genre! CALL in LIVE 818-495-6975 or join the conversation online @ www.blogrtalkradio.com/thentunedshow
Wake up informed and entertained each Sunday morning with a comprehensive look at local, state and national news, along with local guests who will discuss topics and events of local interest. Ms.P and Nikki G Either puts the skill of the gift to gab to work by bringing in community leaders and interesting characters to discuss issues and events that are going on in our community and the world at large. Can't leave out our views on fashion, entertaintment, social media and life in general. Dial in 818-495-6975 LIVE
'Baby Mama' VS The Other Woman. Why is it so many baby mama's are stereotyped as bitter, vindictive, and manipulative when their child's father gets involved with someone else or even better.....Marries someone else AND have another child with that woman? S' LaShay tells it like it is. Call in to share your opinions and/or real life experiences! Are you a 'baby mama?'
1) Why do women use their children as pawns against the other woman:
2) Should the other woman be allowed to discipline the 'baby mama' children ?
3) How soon should dad introduce his child to the other woman and should he consult with the child's mother?
4) Do you feel the baby mama takes the child's father up for child support, because she is jealous of the other woman and/or dad has gotten the other woman pregnant too?
5) Should dad tell baby mama he has met someone else and /or getting married?
6) Should the baby mama be allowed to talk about the other woman to her child in a negative way?
7) Should marriage make it OK for the other woman (wife) to have legal rights to another woman's child if dad was granted rights?
8) Is being called a 'baby mama' wrong?
LocalTalentConnect is a global social network (based in NYC) geared towards the Arts & Entertainment Industry. This network is made to be a tool for connecting and networking with others in their field, along with providing information and connections to those who can help turn your dreams into reality. We cater to every artistic field there is including but not limited to actors, singers, dancers, writers, musicians, designers, poets, comedians, etc..... Along with promoting your talents, our goal is to provide a means of bettering careers, of getting more connected to inside information and a place to come to meet new and prospective colleagues from all over the world. A place where you all share one thing in common- "TO MAKE IT."
The world is full of aspiring stars, it’s time for you all to meet! Everyone wants to be in the right place at the right time, this is a place to help make that happen. LocalTalentConnect is updated daily and offers an array of items specifically to help each and every member. Promotional profiles are categorized in their place of origin & field of creative expertise, making it convenient to connect with others in your field. All members will be able to chat, network and promote themselves with present & future peers & businesses alike from their local area, to across the country and around the world.
Dayona aka Young Queen was born in Harlem New York. Inspired by her brother at the age of 15 she began her journey through music. 2003 Dayona and a friend teamed up to start a indie company by the name of ( Yanna Dee Mgmt) in time they would part ways. In 2006 she then met 3 male rappers from Harlem and formed a group called (Destined Allies). Performing for various shows" Rucker Park "The underground awards" and "Spiderman 3" promo tour. Dayona would go on to chase her solo career. Now building her own from the ground up she continues to feel the motivation and ambition that she needs, to keep going with her whitty, slick lady like classic bounce-killa flows she on the come up to show she can hang with the best of them.
in Indie Music
Any other 20-year-old probably would have let this go to their heads, but not REL. More focused and grounded as ever, he used this as a catalyst and opportunity to work even harder. He has since released more street albums and videos and has stepped up his live performances numbers. In doing so, REL has sparked interests from independent labels and many other Execs in the main stream music industry. Until he officially signs a deal he will continue to work on his own at building his music career and see to it to make music that represents people of all ages and touches on real everyday life.
Through his experiences in athletics and academics he has been molded to work hard in and out of the studio. He makes sure to find time to participate in youth basketball camps, charity events, school functions and internships. Humanitarian work is also a huge part of his heart. It is clear that he is establishing himself as one of the rap-game’s brightest young stars to watch. TUNE IN TO LEARN MORE!
Almost 70 percent of black children are born to single mothers. Those mothers are far more likely than married mothers to be poor, even after a post-welfare-reform decline in child poverty. They are also more likely to pass that poverty on to their children. Sophisticates often try to dodge the implications of this bleak reality by shrugging that single motherhood is an inescapable fact of modern life, affecting everyone from the bobo Murphy Browns to the ghetto “baby mamas.” Not so; it is a largely low-income—and disproportionately black—phenomenon. The vast majority of higher-income women wait to have their children until they are married. The truth is that we are now a two-family nation, separate and unequal—one thriving and intact, and the other struggling, broken, and far too often African-American. Dial in to share your thoughts! 818-495-6975
Born and raised in Louisville, KY was groomed for music in the church; by the age of 5 yrs old was already singing in the adult choir. L. Young emerged his self in the arts by acting and singing, at the age of thirteen he had established himself as an actor and began working professionally in regional theaters across the Tri-State area such as the world renowned “Actor’s Theater of Louisville.” While attending the prestigious “Youth Performing Arts High School” in Louisville, he had already performed aboard in Brussels, Belgium, London, Bahamas as well as the continental U.S. as a performer.
L.Young has established himself as an artist, writer, and performer. He has been credited for writing, music, and production for several artists, as well as platinum selling soundtracks. “My music is the bridge to all my dreams, and the starting point for my main purpose on this planet. Through music I'm learning who I actually am as a person,” says L.Young. Writing credits include the top 5 single and title track off Jessy J’s #1 Billboard debut Album, “Hot Sauce.” Keke Wyatt’s projects, “Who Knew” and “Unbelievable.” L.Young also worked on the production of B2k’s “Babygirl” off of the “The Barbershop Soundtrack.”
“I want to make people FEEL something when listening to my music. I want to take the listener on an emotional journey through my sound, and storytelling,” said Young. To date L.Young has released three albums, “'They Just Don't Know,” “The 12th Letter” and “Love Is A Verb.” L. Young is currently working on his upcoming album set to be released fall 2013.
Racial profiling is a practice that presents a great danger to the fundamental principles of our Constitution. Racial profiling disproportionately targets people of color for investigation and enforcement, alienating communities from law enforcement, hindering community policing efforts, and causing law enforcement to lose credibility and trust among the people they are sworn to protect and serve. We rely on the police to protect us from harm and to promote fairness and justice in our communities. The despicable practice of racial profiling, however, has led countless people to live in fear and created a system of law enforcement that casts entire communities as suspect.
Racial profiling continues to be a prevalent and egregious form of discrimination in the United States. This unjustifiable practice remains a stain on American democracy and an affront to the promise of racial equality. Since September 11, 2001, new forms of racial profiling have affected a growing number of people of color in the U.S., including members of Muslim, Arab, and South Asian communities. The Obama administration has inherited a shameful legacy of racial profiling codified in official FBI guidelines and a notorious registration program that treats Arabs and Muslims as suspects and denies them the presumption of innocence and equal protection under the law.
in Indie Music
“HI-FIVE THE EP” is led by the smooth single, “It’s Nothing”, produced and written by Sheldon Goode, Brian Adams and group member Billy Covington. “We wanted to give our fans a familiar sound yet more mature but still the signature HI-Five delivery”, mentions Billy Covington.
HI-FIVE will be featured in an upcoming episode of the popular TV ONE “Unsung” series. HI-FIVE will share intimate moments of their music career journey as well as the ups and down of being an artist. During the airing of the episode, the group will engage in a LIVE Twitter conversation with the viewers. The episode will air on Wednesday, August 6th, 2014. (Check local listings). Tune in for more!
Dr. Sue and Ms. P are taking you back-to-school. It's time for Sex Ed 101 as we dispel some common misconceptions that are still being thrown around as fact even today.
This show is for ALL AGES so even the teens will learn something from taking this 'class'.
We'll be tackling common myths in:
-Sexually Transmitted Disease
-and MANY MORE!
Don't miss this show because we'll guarantee that even some of YOUR beliefs might just be wrong.
Friday August 1 at 8pm ET
Phoenix Rising is a California native that was born in Southern California. She is a lifelong lover of reading and writing. She has been writing poetry for as long as she can remember, but only just started writing short stories about 5 years ago. Her writing initially started as a way to alleviate childhood angst and developed into her second love, with basketball being the first. If you follow her online, you will be treated to the progression of her writing passion in the forms of poetry, short stories, erotica, words of the day and inspirational messages. She is currently working on a volume 2 to The Vagitarian Chronicles, a poetry book tentatively titled From My Heart to Yours, a full length novel, and a “how to” ebook. Phoenix also freelances as an editor through her company, PR Literary Services.
A vagitarian is defined as one who has a strict diet of loving, understanding and satisfying the holder of the vagina. The Vagitarian Chronicles is a collection of erotic short stories and
poems centered around this definition of a vagitarian. Lose yourself in the real world erotic adventures showcasing lesbian love and lust through the stud-femme dynamic. Caution: the stories and poems are explicitly detailed and will leave you reaching for your partner to act out some of the scenes that are described within these pages. Tune in to hear more.