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Born in the U.S., Aaron Jamal Hinton (Also professionally known as “Aaron Fresh”) always knew what he wanted. He migrated to the Caribbean (Trinidad) where he stayed for 5 years. Aaron grained an appreciation for a more diverse culture. This is reflected in his debut song “Spending All My Time”, which earned over 3 million in radio audience and at Pop and Rhythm formats. As a Singer/ Songwriter, Aaron expressed he has no musical preference, as long as the music send a vibe through the soul. As a Television Host, Aaron is taking diligent cues from the world most talented with hopes of injecting a “Fresh” twist, that will be inspiring to the listening ear. Aaron is well like by his peers, he is a fun-loving, witty person.
Dawn Patrice, is a native of Atlanta, Ga with a Bachelors of Science degree in Sociology, from Columbus State University in Columbus, GA. She decided to utilize her degree and blend it with her passion for fashion styling. Throughout her collegiate career Dawn Patrice, was the styling consultant to her close friends and they then referred other college students who seeked out her styling services. With her extensive background, in the retail industry from Sears Roebuck to the high in retailers of Bloomingdales, she was always dedicated to pursuing her craft of fashion styling. In 2011, her business was incorporated as Dawn Patrice Consulting, LLC; which services are but not limited to wardrobe fashion styling, image facilitator, closet revamp and clothing merchandising just to name a few. Currently, Dawn Patrice Consulting has partnered with the Covenant House which is a shelter that provides and services to Atlanta's homeless and runaway at risk youth. Dawn Patrice, facilitates a weekly Self- Image Development workshop with the mission to share with clients the tools to develop a positive self-image, while guiding clients to cultivating a successful polish new sense of style with confidence. In addition to, she was sought after by the owner of Paint by Shawn Denise, a fashion for women with curves clothing line, as their Creative Director.
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How bossy are you? Do you get on people's nerves by directing them to do things, sometimes without a good explanation? Do you allow yourself to get bossed around? Maybe by one or some but not by all?
What is your overall feeling about bossy people? Is being bossy or being bossed around always a bad thing?
Few people can accurately say they’ve changed the course of music; count T-Pain among that short list. His bright, polished arrangements have become the in-demand sound across genres, and his scene-stealing vocal performances are among the most coveted in music. Since bursting on the scene in 2005, T-Pain has been awarded a Grammy, produced and written a plethora of chart-topping and platinum-selling singles, garnered "Songwriter of the Year" and "Producer of the Year" honors at the BMI Urban Awards and earned a BET Award. So it should come as little surprise that the musical maestro’s tremendous, self-produced third album, THR33 RINGZ, stands as a sonic odyssey brimming with innovation.
Indeed, T-Pain can speak from that perspective because he knows what it is like to struggle. His Tallahassee, Florida hometown was lacking music industry opportunities and connections, so the man born Faheem Najm chose the T-Pain moniker to signify his plight. He taught himself how to make music, write songs and record music.
T-Pain’s use of the vocoder made his music stand out, and his prolific, high-quality output turned him into one of music’s most oft-imitated and in-demand producers, singers and collaborators. His first two albums, 2006’s Rappa Ternt Sanga and 2007’s Epiphany, have been certified gold, thanks to hit singles such as “I’m N Luv (Wit A Stripper)” and “Buy U A Drank (Shawty Snappin’).” He has also collaborated with Kanye West (Good Life), Chris Brown (“Kiss Kiss”) Flo Rida (Low) Plies (Shawty) and Bow Wow (“Outta My System”) for platinum singles.
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Since we were on these American continents first, why weren't we ever represented in our history classes as such? Who were are ancestors in reality? How far back do we go?
Yes, folks we're almost at the 30 day mark before the premiere of Avengers 2: Age of Ultron and expectations and nerdgasms continue to mount! In the interim, check out the latest episode of Afronerd Radio's Grindhouse airing this Saturday at 6pm. For the first "Comic Shoppe" segment, join Dburt, Capt. Kirk and the "Uncanny" Daryll B. as they solve the latest pop/pulp conundrums this week: chatter about the Transformers franchise channeling the Marvel way of doing business; Fox intends to reboot The X-Files with the original actors; Star Trek may return to TV (on CBS) after a ten year hiatus; trailers from the "Governator" and James Bond (Maggie and Spectre films, respectively) hit the net; Jesse Eiseberg shows his Luthor mug. And finally, our thoughts on the post Secret Wars "All-New, All-Different Avengers" comic that appears to feature Miles Morales as a main character.
And now for the fourth quarter, join us for Afronerd Radio with your hosts Dburt and Capt. Kirk starting at 7pm. Topics to be analyzed are: actress, Taraji P. Henson apologizes for her son's exaggerated account of racial profiling; more on the Swiss Alps plane crash and how its appears to have been intentional; what's up with Oprah? The "man" (or is that just male) with 34 children by 17 women and Evelyn Lozado are getting OWN TV shows (huh); how did 60 Minutes cover Africa by only interviewing Whites? And if time permits, we will try to touch on subjects from the last show that we were unable to address. Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
Topic: Urban America, living, the streets, neighborhood news, national and local happenings. Time to focus on daily living issue and news worthyness. National issues are defining the trends and major issues of our day. How have we been negatively impacted by these events? Have world and national events been a wake up call to change long existing dealings and trends in our community? How can we quantify and qualify posity change? Is all change good change?
TODAY AND TOMORROW WE DISCUSS THE RISE OF ROC-A-FELLA RECORDS ALL WEEKEND LONG CALL IN HEAR ALL THE MUSIC THE LABEL STARTED IN 1996. We will discuss the latest hot topics and the hottest urban stories trending right now DJ FEMMIE HIP HOP HOUSE & R&B RADIO IS ON FROM 3 P.M TO 5 P.M EST SAT. AND SUN.
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GRAMMY®-nominated vocalists DW3 are brothers Billy & Eric Mondragon and Damon Reel. With the release of their highly-anticipated Woodward Avenue Records debut, Southern California’s premiere R&B, funk and contemporary urban jazz powerhouse DW3 lets the world in on a cool “Vintage Truth” paying tribute to their late drummer Ricky Lawson.
“Vintage Truth” features contributions from a handful of the genre’s superstar performers. Brian Culbertson plays piano on the opening track, the rousing, vocal harmony laden R&B tune “Let The Music.” Paul Brown produced, mixed and contributes his inimitable guitar to “I Can’t Tell You Why,” while Greg Adams lends trumpet and horns to Eric’s original tune “Hold Me,” and Dave Koz infuses his lush sax emotion on “When You Cry.” Before he passed away, legendary GRAMMY®-winning drummer Ricky Lawson, who performed with DW3 in the final two years of his life, co-produced four of the core tracks on “Vintage Truth” with keyboardist Sean Dancy – including “Dance With Me,” “Overjoyed,” “California Dreamin’” and “When You Cry.”
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Virgil Hooper is owner of a financial service business that help families eliminate debt, get the proper insurance and create wealth for retirement. Prior to his experience in the financial services industry, he had over 20 years in engineering management and design. A graduate of The US Air Force Academy Virgil believes that everyone should have a plan for their financial future. He has a life insurance license for Georgia and Colorado. He also holds a Series 6, and Series 63 and Series 26 license for investment.