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On this special mid-week show, we need to talk about what happened last night on the Grammy's.
We need to talk about the depth of Kentrick Lamar's performance and why some people are mad about it. How did Kendrick lose to Taylor? We might have a good explanation for this.
We'll also talk about whether award shows are becoming irrelevent as they seem to be dividing along racial, generational, and culture lines.
We need to talk about Alabama Shakes, audio issues throughout the show, what happened with the tributes and more.
Tune-in and call in. Let us know how you feel about it all.
The 2016 Grammy nominations
Kendrick Lamar leads the Grammys with 11 nominations
50 Cent thinks Fetty Wap was snubbed for the Best New Artist Grammy
The biggest snubs for the 2016 Grammy Awards
Selena Gomez tell Justin Bieber she wouldn’t be with Niall Horan if he would have committed
Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill are engaged. (He recently went to court for violating parole for going to the AMAs. Nicki’s brother is charged with rape. This is not Nicki’s year).
Field Afrikan Radio is back from our hiatus and we would like to thank all of our supporters who were patient with us. We appreciate you. On this episode of Field Afrikan Radio we will discuss the current climate of the entertainment and political arenas. If you want to know what's REALLY going on minus the b.s., you will not want to miss this show. Lets discuss how deep the rabbit hole really goes.
Hip hop artist Kendrick Lamar just dropped his 3rd studio album, To Pimp A Butterfly, on March 16. The album was supposed to come out on March 23 but was released early and set the music industry on fire.
For the first time on the 12 Radio Show, the host 12kyle will have a full album review for To Pimp A Butterfly. If you're a fan of Kendrick Lamar or a hip hop fan...you don't want to miss this!!!
The show will only be for an hour and will air March 21st (Saturday) at 2pm est. You can listen online at www.blogtalkradio.com/12kyle or (347)215-7162
Adam Stanco's in-depth discussion with Lamar Hurd, the Pac-12 Network college basketball analyst, former Oregon State standout and president of "The Other Side of Basketball," as part of the Great Point Podcast series on BBALLBREAKDOWN. Hurd discusses his remarkable basketball journey, in which he transformed into one of the nation's elite dunkers, struggled to overcome confidence issues at Oregon State, and gave up a possible NBA future to grow his youth basketball organization.
Adam Stanco: @NaismithLives
Great Point Podcast: @GreatPointPod
Lamar Hurd: @L_Hurd
Center Stage is currently on hiatus. So tonight we will be re-broadcasting the show titied: "Kendrick Johnson's Death: Freak Accident or Murder." On this show host Kheri Hines interviewed the parents of Kendrick Johnson and their atorney.
Join host Nikki Williams on Wednesday, February 17 at 7:00 pm (CST) for this week's Radio PRS. Our guest this week is renowned author and holistic health practitioner Dr. LaMar Diltz. Dr. LaMar's degrees and certifications include Doctor of Naturopathy, Reiki Master, Bio Magnetics Therapist, Reflexologist, Master Herbalist and much more. He is a renowned nutritional evangelist, author and teacher of the intuitive arts. He is widely respected for his knowledge and formulation of herbal remedies and nutrition. Tune in as we learn more about Dr. LaMar's revolutionary approach to health and wellness.
Visit Dr LaMar's website at www.drlamarsproducts.com or find him on Facebook at www.facebook.com/drlamars
He is a hip-hop artist and songwriter. He burst on to the scene in 2010 with the release of "Overly Dedicated". The following year, he released the iTunes exclusive album, "Section.80". His major-label debut album "good kid, m.A.A.d city," was released in October 2012 to critical acclaim. The album debuted at number two on the US Billboard 200 chart and was later certified platinum. In 2014, he received 7 Grammy nominations including Best New Artist. In 2015, he won Grammy awards for Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song for his song "i".
Although, he has said his parents didn't raise him in the church, he credits his grandmother with providing him early exposure to biblical teachings. He also credits God for delivering him from the pull of crime and gang culture in his neighborhood.
In interviews with Complex and The Fader, he said, "God put something in my heart to get across and that’s what I’m going to focus on, using my voice as an instrument and doing what needs to be done....We’re all put on this earth to walk in the image of the Master." He went on to say, "If I want to idolize somebody, I’m gonna idolize the Master and try to walk in His light. It’s hard, it’s something I probably could never do, but I’m gonna try.”
On the intro to his 2012 album, he encourages listeners to come to Christ with the following prayer: "Lord God, I come to you a sinner, and I humbly repent for my sins. I believe that Jesus is Lord. I believe that you raised Him from the dead. I will ask that Jesus will come into my life and be my Lord and Savior. I receive Jesus to take control of my life that I may live for Him from this day forth. Thank you, Lord Jesus, for saving me with your precious blood. In Jesus’ name, Amen."
His name is Kendrick Lamar.
Peace and Black Power Family,
Welcome to another episode of Do Tha Knowledge Radio. The place where Knowledge is Born. I am your host Knowledge Born Allah. Enjoy this candid interview with our young warrior Scholar and Community Activist Bro. Brandon Lamar Scates.
Founder of Lamar Campbell & Spirit of Praise, since their inception in 1995, the group has recorded four stellar CDs and seen their name value rise via collaborations with CeCe Winans, soul music icon Aaron Neville and even southern gospel legend Bill Gaither.
Born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana, Lamar was active in the church and musically gifted from an early age. He began playing the piano in his home church from the age of eight, and by age fifteen, he became the music director of another church. After graduating from high school he felt a call to music and studied music at the Jordan Music College at Butler University in Indianapolis. Shortly after, in the late ‘80s, he founded his first group known then simply as Lamar Campbell & Praise. That ensemble released a major-label album two years later that performed moderately well nationally yielding a major hit titled, “This Debt of Love I Owe,” and made the act a significant name in Indianapolis and the surrounding areas. Lamar chose to disband that group and was later lead to form Lamar Campbell & Spirit of Praise and became the first artist signed to EMI Gospel, where they released CD’s entitled, Lamar Campbell & Spirit of Praise, I Need Your Spirit, When I Think About You, From the Heart and his latest release, New Song, New sound – Live, was released in 2007. These projects produced chart topping songs such as “He Won’t Let you Down”, “It’s All About the Love”, “Closer” and “More Than Anything” to mention a few.
Lamar has recently finished working on a new collection of songs. His new hit single is entitled OPEN THE SKY! This project was released on September 24, 2013.
Let's welcome Lamar Campbell to the Centertainment Radio Platform! Call in at 323-693-3830 and press "1"
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