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  • 00:36

    Urban Teen Magazine's Celebrity Re-Air Interview with D'Wynter Cold!

    in Entertainment

    Born in Nashville, Tennessee, D’Wynter Cold began singing at the tender age of two years old. Coming from a family with a music background, she quickly adapted a passion and unique talent for writing and performing, and at twelve years old, blew away a crowd to get to the final round at “The Apollo.” In 2010, D’Wynter took her talents to Music Row, the heart of Nashville’s entertainment scene, to work with a recording label and head collaborations with artists from all over the country.


    D’Wynter’s unique and sultry vocal tones and glamorous style put her in a lane of her own as she began to emerge on the music scene. Singles "Shoulda Waited" and "Slow To Bleed” broke musical barriers in her hometown, which lead to her nominations for "Best R&B Artist, "Best Music Video" and "Best Performance" at the Southern Entertainment Awards. Her gifts landed her in the top 300 during “American Idol” Season 11 in 2011 and deemed her a fan-favorite on “The Voice” in 2013. Her budding career has continued to grow into 2015. She has shared concert stages with artists like Crissy Collins, infamous background vocalist for Beyonce, and more recently collaborated with Rick Ross and Won-G to introduce a radio smash single, “Rich Together,”. 

  • 00:32

    Urban Teen Magazine Celebrity Re-Air Interview with Elizabeth Langham!

    in Entertainment

    Most 25 year old singer/song writers would be putting in All they have for their final push for a major label deal. After all, they usually snatch the singer when they’re younger.  Not this one. Elizabeth Langham is doing the music to simply Create, Inspire and bring Positive vibes into people’s ears. 


    ‘Too many people get caught up in the money making aspect of the industry and completely disregard why they even started to do music in the first place. Money is appealing, but I’d rather perform for free and inspire someone than to get caught up in the Diva role.’ –Elizabeth Langham

  • 00:33

    Urban Teen Magazine's Celebrity Re-Air Interview with Adassa!

    in Entertainment

    Born in Miami, Florida but raised in St. Croix, Virgin Islands to Afro-Colombian parents, Adassa started out as a reggaetón singer-songwriter and quickly became known as the "Reggaetón Princess".
    While signed to Universal Latin she collaborated & Toured with Enrique Iglesias, Daddy Yankee, Don Omar Wisin & Yandel, Pitbull, Aventura, Zion y Lennox, Ivy Queen, Lil' Jon, Kevin Lyttle, Vico C, Baby Rasta & Gringo, Lil' Flip, Sasha, Baby Bash, Juvenile and Nina Ski among others. Including sold out Concerts at Madison Square Garden, American Airlines Arena, Rose Bowl Los Angeles, Centennial Arena and the Calle 8 Festival in Miami. She also made high-profile cameo appearances with Ciara (With whom she toured in Japan) and Missy Elliott on "1,2 Step"; followed by one with Pitbull on the title track record off of her debut album "Kamasutra" and alongside Tego Calderón and Roselyn Sánchez which reached Number 20 on the US Hot 100's in 2006, and reached Number 12 on Billboards US Tropical Charts and Reached Top 10 In the National Sales Charts in Japan as well as sold over 100 Thousand Ringtones in Japan Alone.

  • 00:30

    Urban Expressions for Jesus

    in Poetry

    Worshippers of Father God and Jesus Christ via the Holy Spirit are in truth!


    23 Yet a time is coming and has now comewhen the true worshipers will worship the Father in the Spirit and in truth, for they are the kind of worshipers the Father seeks. 24 God is spirit, and his worshipers must worship in the Spirit and in truth.”(John 4:23=24)


    It is the goal of Jesus Child to urge others to express faith in worship toward God in the Urban Culture utiizing the gifts and talents of God's servants!

  • 00:34

    Urban Teen Magazine's Celebrity Re-Air Interview with Meghan Monroe!

    in Entertainment

    Meghan Monroe’s recent, six, single releases have garnered worldwide audiences, fans, and attention resulting in large numbers of downloads, streams, radio fans and audience raves.    An adult contemporary singer, recording artist, pianist, and songwriter, Meghan’s songs range from soft pop; contemporary R&B; dance pop with Latin, Cuban flavors; smooth jazz; to rock/blues mix.   Meghan’s distinguishing feature-throughout her wide vocal range from rich alto to high soprano notes--is her soulful, emotional, vocal textures fused with tender, sultry subtly that spans skillfully but authentically across several genres.

  • 01:28

    Urban Hitz Blasting Through Your Speakers

    in Hip Hop Music

    Playing all your favorite urban hitz, dirty south hiphop, and more. 

  • 00:32

    Urban Teen Magazine's Celebrity Interview with Adassa!

    in Entertainment

    Born in Miami, Florida but raised in St. Croix, Virgin Islands to Afro-Colombian parents, Adassa started out as a reggaetón singer-songwriter and quickly became known as the "Reggaetón Princess".
    While signed to Universal Latin she collaborated & Toured with Enrique Iglesias, Daddy Yankee, Don Omar Wisin & Yandel, Pitbull, Aventura, Zion y Lennox, Ivy Queen, Lil' Jon, Kevin Lyttle, Vico C, Baby Rasta & Gringo, Lil' Flip, Sasha, Baby Bash, Juvenile and Nina Ski among others. Including sold out Concerts at Madison Square Garden, American Airlines Arena, Rose Bowl Los Angeles, Centennial Arena and the Calle 8 Festival in Miami. She also made high-profile cameo appearances with Ciara (With whom she toured in Japan) and Missy Elliott on "1,2 Step"; followed by one with Pitbull on the title track record off of her debut album "Kamasutra" and alongside Tego Calderón and Roselyn Sánchez which reached Number 20 on the US Hot 100's in 2006, and reached Number 12 on Billboards US Tropical Charts and Reached Top 10 In the National Sales Charts in Japan as well as sold over 100 Thousand Ringtones in Japan Alone.

  • 02:19

    Loyalty, Faithfulness, Lies and Betrayal. Urban Therapy with Sun

    in Lifestyle

    On this show we're gonna focus on our expectations of people. Are we asking too much of the people we care about? Are we expecting too much in return for the love that we give? Are we giving enough of ourselves?


    Are there really different rules of conduct for lovers than there is for friends? If so, then why?


    Is there a difference between being faithful and being loyal?


    Can a dishonest person be loyal?


    Do we really distrust liars all the way like we say we do?


    Should you always be truthful to your love?


    Is being truthful and being honest the same thing? The exact same thing?


    What really makes us hang in there with a person whether it's a lover, a friend or a family member?


     


     

  • 00:31

    Urban Expressions for Jesus

    in Poetry

    Give praise to God and Jesus within the Urban Culture.  Spoken Word and Gospel Rap, Holy Hip Hop, are expessions of faith in Jesus and His love as displayed in action on the cross.  Also, God's power honored for raising Jesus from the dead.


    God has His poets.  They are active in spreading His love through Jesus via the Holy Spirit.  God sent His only Son not to condemn the world but to save it.  Glory!!!

  • 00:30

    Urban Teen Magazine Celebrity Re-Air Interview with Travis Miller!

    in Entertainment

    Travis Miller is a critically acclaimed Pop/RnB Top 40 style singer-songwriter, musical artist and performer from San Jose, CA now residing in Fresno, CA. He has been featured on TV, the front page of Yahoo and more. His music has been played on radio stations all over the nation such as B95 and on 2RDJ-FM's Stars Of Tomorrow in Australia. 

  • 01:43

    The Swag Differential. Urban Therapy with Sun #177

    in Lifestyle

    The way that a person carries themselves is what separates them from the rest of the common folk out there. It's your personality. It's who you are. Some call it your swagger or swag for short.


    It's something that is tailored to you even though many atempts are often made to duplicate others. Sometimes copycats have been successful at copying someone else's swag. R. Kelly did a number on Aaron Hall's gimmick and did it to death. He left Aaron in the dust.


    Most of the time it doesn't happen that way though. Your swag is what either allows you to get away with murder or will stop you at every petty crime you try to commit. Everybody can't do what somebodyelse can do.


    There can be a variety of things that separate your swag from somebody else's. It can be the way that you walk or talk or hold a drink. It can be the way that you treat people or the way that you dress. It can be the way that youtake care of yourself orthe way that you greet people. It can be the way that you conduct business or the way that you handle a conversation. It can be so many things that it's not often necessary to nail it down to just one thing.


    Your swag is you. It's how people identify you. It's what gets you included in things or gets you left out of stuff.


    Your swag is what you get when you have identified yourself and have gotten comfortable with yourself.

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