• 02:00

    The Hump Day Show with A’Jaye Micheaux aka Urban VooDoo

    in Poetry

    about the Author


    A’Jaye Micheaux aka Urban VooDoo


    UrbanVoodoo is a man who has established himself on the National Poetry scene, not only as a prolific artist but also as a host, a radio personality and an activist.


    Hailing from Inglewood California by way of New Orleans, Urban Voodoo conjures a strong potion of passion, power and presence with the ingredients that would make for a delicious rue. Call it Gumbo!


    His flow is a combination of street knowledge and erudition in the tradition of the urban griot. He has performed at the Nouyorican Poets Cafe, in New York; Cafe Istanbul in New Orleans and Strictly for the Listeners in Chicago not to mention all the various stages that he has graced here at home.


    He is a poets poet a father and a friend, he is City Magic better known as Urban Voodoo!


    Join us on the World Famous  Hump Day Show


    Sometimes we have open Mic


    and Sometimes we are interviewing the most prolific Artists in the business of Wordsmithery, Poetry, Storytellers, Music and the all the Arts


     


    Join us via your Computer . . . SKYPE . . . or Call in at : 714.816.4751


     

  • 00:34

    Hoodoo New Orleans Voodoo Secrets and Recipes

    in Spirituality

    Do you want to just talk about it or are you ready for POWERFUL life affirming transforming lasting results and manifestation?


    Psychics CAN Predict BUT New Orleans Voodoo and Hoodoo Gets Results!


    My LIVE Listen-In and Call-In Number is area code 347/215-8967


    (NOON US CST) and


    My LIVE chat room and show page direct link and location is:


    (And always in archive at your leisure and convenience: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/The-Divine-Prince )


    NOON US CST!


     


    #HoodooTye


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    #RespectTheVoodoo! Xxx


     


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    #BlackHawkVoodooChiefDivinePrince


     


    “Spiritual Knowledge and Power lies in its efficacy and its ability to produce and manifest powerful, reliable tangible lasting manifestation and results, right here and now in this moment in time/space; all else is vanity, all else is ego, all else is an illusion.”


    ~The Divine Prince


    http://www.HouseoftheDivinePrince.com 


    http://www.keen.com/Divine+Prince


    http://www.liveperson.com/divine-prince


    http://www.youtube.com/VoodooTye  

  • 00:31

    Jesus' Message to the Urban Culture

    in Poetry

    God' s message of love to the urban culture.

  • 01:13

    LET'S TALK URBAN RADIO 1 WELCOMES AUTHOR TY MARSHALL TO THE PLATFORM!

    in Books

    Born in Baltimore, Maryland and raised in Peekskill, New York, Ty Marshall, is one of the hottest new writers in the Urban Fiction game. His authentic depiction of the streets based off real life and real world experiences set him apart from the pack. His ability to write fiction from a real place makes him special, but it's the seamless way he weaves the two worlds together that makes him an undeniable talent.
    Handpicked by "New York Times Best Selling Author" JaQuavis Coleman, Ty recently joined Official Writer's League (O.W.L.) where he will stay true to the company's mantra and demonstrate the highest level of storytelling with the help of O.W.L. founders Ashley & JaQuavis. His debut novel, Eat, Prey and No Love has dine quite well  and he is currently dropping his latest sure penned fire starter KEYS TO THE KINGDOM. Ty is a proud father and husband that resides in Georgia

  • 02:24

    Urban Therapy with Sun #122 Independence vs Needing No Man

    in Lifestyle

    What does it mean for a woman who is attracted to men to not need no man? Is it about financial independence? Self sufficiency? Sexual Frigidity? Something else? Is not needing a man a defense mechanism? If so, as a defense to what?

    Why does it seem like not needing a man is more of a Black woman thing? Do Black women wear the independence from male companionship badge more than women of other races and/or ethnic backgrounds? Why would this be if it is the case? Do women of other races need men in their lives more than Black women do? Is there something else at work or does it just seem that way?

    What about intimacy? What do women that say that they don't need no man do about intimacy? Isn't intimacy important for all people?

    Is needing a man seen as a weakness by some women? Is needing someone a weakness?

    Does the absence of an influential male in the home growing up have anything to do with any of this?

    Is there a big difference between needing someone and wanting someone?

    Why don't you hear very many men claiming to not need women? Why the imbalance?

    There's more to this. Much, much more. Don't miss this episode. It's gonna be too much!

  • 00:30

    HOODOO/VOODOO EDUCATION AND ROOT WORK SPOT

    in Spirituality

    AS I HAVE SAID BEFORE. THIS SHOW IS DESIGNED TO EDUCATE. EVERY SUNDAY I WILL BE SPEAKING ABOUT ALL TYPES CONJURE,. MAGIC AND SPECIAL TYPES OF RITUALS. YES I WILL BE SPEAKING ABOUT MANY DIFFERENT INFLUENTIAL VOODOO PRACTITIONERS OF THE 1600'S, 1700'S. AND 1800'S. THERE ARE MANY FORMS OF MAGIC AND EVERYONE NEED'S TO KNOW OF THE THINGS THAT CAN HELP AND OF THE THINGS THAT CAN HARM YOU. I WILL TAKE CALLERS WHO HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT THE TOPICS OR OTHER SITUATIONS. I ENJOY SPEAKING TO EVERYONE  EVERY SUNDAY IS A JOY BECAUSE I AM REACHING OUT TO ALL.

  • 00:16
  • 00:54

    Sisters4Life Presents International Urban Gospel Artist Ms. Angel Sessions

    in Women

    Please join Sisters4Life with hostess Victoria Igottamakeithappen Manns as we conduct an exclusive interview with songstress: Angel Sessions


    Recording Artist and song writer Angel Sessions is a well rounded singer and composer of her own music and style of songs. With 9 albums under her belt, 2 R&B and 7 urban Gospel CD. Her music career has taken her on some very interesting journeys. She did many show cases opening up for H Town, Howard Hewitt and performed at the same show with Eric Benet. Angel also performed at the Grammy’s pre-party on the same stage with Tina Marie, James Brown, Ali Woodson, Montel Jordan, and many more.


    Angel Sessions recorded with Lenny Williams, William Hart of the Delfonics, LJ Reynolds of the Dramatics, Freda Payne and Brenda Holloway. She also sang a duet with the late Ali Woodson of the Temptations and background vocals for Earth, Wind and Fire.


    Angel writes all of her own music and won Honorable Mention 2 years in a row in the Annual Billboard Worldwide Song Contest for her writing and singing. Angel has also had a write up in the Rolling Stone and Billboard Magazine. She has acted in 2 movies, Down N’ Dirty produced and staring Fred Williamson, and A Smile Like Yours with Lauran Holly, and has toured with Mary Wilson of the Supremes as a backup singer.


    Angel is currently working on a tour and continues to reach out to her fans from all around the world in keeping them in the loop of her projects and music.

  • Inside Visual Artist: Author Geronimo Redstone

    in Art

    Geronimo Redstone is the pen name adopted for fiction releases by a two-time award-winning urban policy advocate, an accomplished public speaker, and a self-described multiculturalist. In his debut novel and three-part tale, The Bachelor Scrolls, Redstone maneuvers the imagination with lyric writing that walks the line between the old and the new: Gothic fiction and urban fantasy. His narrative style is inspired by classics of Western epic such as Dante’s Divine Comedy and Milton’s Paradise Lost. However, he re-invents the epic as a modern genre by blending themes of urban decay with a passion for ancient Egypt informed by years of research—as well as visits to temple sites and tombs along the Nile. It was at Boston University, his undergraduate alma mater, that Redstone’s literary interests were originally formed as a member of a creative writers’ collective. It was also there that he first became interested in the linkages between Egyptian and Western civilizations. 


    For more information: www.geronimoredstone.com 

  • 00:45

    UGR Celebrates WHM

    in Spirituality

    UGR

  • 00:56

    Spirtually Speaking with Guest Randall Barnes

    in Books

    Join Ta'Mara Nicole and Jae Henderson as they address the topic Young, Black & Gifted: How Teens Can Live Their Dreams Now. Our guest will be teen Randall Barnes. He is the author of The Diary of Aaliyah Anderson and Riverview High Circumstances. 
     

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