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Senegalese-American singer, songwriter, record producer, entrepreneur, and philanthropist from New Jersey

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SOUL SURVIVOR

Highly Favored Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 48:50


Similar to a Sixth Man episode, Soul Survivor dives into a plethora of topics from judgment and persecution to stewardship and spiritual warfare. Tap in to find out how we should treat each other as believers in Christ.

Lockdown Universe (A UFO, ALIEN, BIGFOOT, SCI FI AND PARANORMAL PODCAST!!)
A WOMAN visits Planet METON and lives for 4 months with the alien AKON!?!

Lockdown Universe (A UFO, ALIEN, BIGFOOT, SCI FI AND PARANORMAL PODCAST!!)

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 12:30


In this very bizarre story South African woman was abducted and taken to a planet called Meton to live with an alien called Akon. She fell in love with this alien and ended up having a child with Akon, a hybrid child. After 4 months she returned back to Earth. Find out what happened in this very mysterious story!! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lockdown-universe/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lockdown-universe/support

Morlando - The Mix
Episode 10: Morlando - House Music Podcast (Episode 22-10)

Morlando - The Mix

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 50:57


TRACKLIST: 1. Alex Ross Ft. Mila Falls - Clothes Off2. Joel Corry X TCTS - Sorry All Day & Night (A-Shuffle Mashup)3. Disco Gurls - Call Me4. Alesso & Katy Perry - When I'm Gone (JNR x ATB x WeDamnz Mashup)5. Ethan James Vs Sam Smith - Latch (Discosid Mashup)6. Jordy T - Anything For You7. The Chainsmokers - High (Don Diablo Remix)8. Illyus & Barrientos - Sublime9. Disco Lines - FIND ME IN DA CLUB10. Akon x Wax Motif x DJ Allan x Martin Ikin & Biscits - Smack That x Ready 2 Dance (Wado's Mashup)11. Rawdolff - Downtown (Who Got The Funk) (Azello Remix)12. Pink Panda - Obsessed (Jeffrey Sutorius Remix)13. Slipmatt, Sol Brothers, Jodi & Errol Reid - Going Back To My Roots (Vocal Club Mix)14. Morrison-Sound View - Say My Name15. Olive - You're Not Alone (JNR x Sikdope Mashup)16. Eddie Craig - Higher17. The Verve - Bitter Sweet Symphony (Luude Remix)

The Rob and Slim Show
#287 Breaking Crazy Joe News,The Driz Reads a Ramzy Sweis book & some shitty Kid Rock songs

The Rob and Slim Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 72:06


We opened the show with "I Can Do Whatever I'm White 2" by Rucka Rucka Ali, listened to some breaking Crazy Joe news, The Driz read an excerpt from a book written by Ramzy Sweis, and some new shitty Kid Rock songs. The Driz performed "The Sweet Escape" by Gwen Stefani featuring Akon in this week's edition of "The Driz Sings The Hits" and we performed the new "Too Many Rapes: After Rapes" episode "GI BRO". Rob did DRIZZLENEWS and Slim did Celebrity Gossip & News.   It was a great show!   Support us and our sponsors: Ryder Doll: https://twitter.com/FlirtRyderDoll  phone sex and erotic content for men who crave the best. Horror Author Isaac Thorne: https://www.isaacthorne.com/   Adam and Eve: https://www.adameve.com/   use discount code ROB at checkout for 10% off & more. Spunk Lube: https://www.spunklube.com/      

TSC News - The Sports Courier
The American King Director Adah Obekpa on Akon, Representation

TSC News - The Sports Courier

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 17:32


TSC News TV host Fred Richani interviews The American King film director Dr. Adah Obekpa about his film, working with music legend Akon, positively impact people through his practice and telling Black stories, and his upcoming projects! Stream here: https://amzn.to/3tvA0jE ✅More Interviews: https://buff.ly/2ZXUtmt ✅Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/TSCGaming

STR8UP SHOW PODCAST
Music Monday- Layne Tadesse

STR8UP SHOW PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 43:42


Season 6 is already off to great start and that also means the return of our Music Monday episodes. On this episode, we hang out with East African artist Layne Tadesse. The Eritrea native talks to us about his culture and how his unique style has his fans and other wanting more. Layne also goes over his future musical projects and concludes with a performance of one of his hit songs. Follow Layne Tedesse www.laynetadesse.com www.newnatinrecords.com IG: @layne_tadesse Facebook: @laynetadessemusic

HouseCast, presented by HouseVerstand

Episode #045 - including new tracks from KSHMR, Levex, Steve Aoki and many more...   Tracklist: 1. KSHMR x Divine x LIT Killah - Lion Heart 2. Alok & Alan Walker ft. KIDDO - Headlights 3. Felix Jaehn & The Stickmen Project ft. Calum Scott - Rain in Ibiza 4. Shouse - Won't forget you 5. Imanbek & BYOR - Belly Dancer 6. ABBA - Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (Sterbinzsky Remix) 7. Akon x Cassimm - Smack that Bass (Jablonski Bootleg) 8. ACRAZE ft. Cherish - Do it To it (Tiesto Remix) 9. David Guetta x Felix da Housecat x Kittin - Silver Screen (Shower Scene) 10. La Roux x Alok - Bulletproof (PeteDown Bootleg) 11. Swedish House Mafia - Redlight 12. Dua Lipa x Raven & Kreyn - Don't start Trouble Now (MarkD x HouseVerstand MashUp) 13. Dua Lipa x Bancali - Break my Heart x Call me any Name (WADO MashUp) 14. Steve Aoki, Showtek & MAKJ ft. Kriss Kross - Rave 15. David Guetta x The Egg x NERVO & 7Skies x Brooks - Love don't let me go x Love on Me x Pinball (WADO MashUp) 16. Lady Gaga x Breathe Carolina x Raven & Kreyn x Castion - Poker Face x Vibes x Back to you (WADO MashUp) 17. Steff da Campo x Tujamo, PBH & Jack x Matt Watkins - Hot in Herre x Nasty x Zulu (Rowan Lace MashUp) 18. Will.I.AMm x Britney Spears x SQWAD, Badjokes & Sweetie Irie - Scream & Shout x VIP (WADO MashUp) 19. Nirvana x Slice n Dice x TV Noise x Basstian, Naems & Kaoru - Smells Like After Party (Levex MashUp) 20. Levex - Got me Right 21. KEVU & STVW - With You 22. SaberZ - Universe is Ours    check out facebook & instagram @houseverstand

Transform My Dance Studio – The Podcast For Dance Studio Owners

You're invited into the Dance Studio Owners Inner Circle Retreat with this podcast exclusive - a sneak peak into Laurieann Gibson's powerful session: Dance Your Dance - Part Two. Your dream, your dance, is unique to you. No matter your calling, Laurieann wants you to seize your passion and use it to propel you to your best life. Drawing on her fascinating artistic experiences and the faith that sustained her through her biggest challenges, Laurieann will discuss ways to encourage the dreamer in you and your teachers and students. ABOUT LAURIEANN: One of the most important pop culture influencers in the entertainment today, director/choreographer/artist Laurieann Gibson is a force to be reckoned with. Counting numerous international superstars such as Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Diddy, Akon, K-pop's Big Bang, and Nicki Minaj among her clients, Gibson brings a unique brand, blending traditional artist development with movement and dance training to their collaborations. Combined with a distinctive creative eye and an artist in her own right, she is one of the most sought-after creative directors and choreographers in the music and film industries today.  She was the creative visionary, director, and choreographer behind Gaga's “The Fame Monster World Tour 2010”, receiving a 2011 Creative Emmy nomination for directing the HBO special taped at Madison Square Garden. She was a choreographer for MTV's hit television show “Making the Band”, and since then, she has appeared as a judge on several reality shows. She is also the published author of Dance Your Dance: 8 Steps to Unleash Your Passion and Live Your Dream.

History & Factoids about today
April 16th-Selina, Akon, Martin Lawrence, Dusty Springfield, Bobby Vinton, Pope Benedict 16

History & Factoids about today

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2022 12:00


eggs benedict, pop culture 1967, gerry rafferty, ellen barkin, soul asylum, pop benedict 16, charlie chaplin, wilber wright, texas city port explosion, lsd invented, washington dc frees slaves, bobby vinton, dusty springield, martin lawrence, selena, akon

Vivid Podcast
Kay Flock ft Cardi B, Dougie B & Bory300 "Shake It" review.

Vivid Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2022 7:29


Flipping an Akon chorus on a Sean Paul instrumental for a drill beat is unfathomable!

FEEL THE NIGHT
Home Session FTN LIVE Episode 81

FEEL THE NIGHT

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2022 81:41


MASTERTONE Live tous les week end Tous les samedi 19 H - 20 H. facebook live 1 h de mix Electro/house/EDM FEEL THE NIGHT Live INTRO 1 - Tony Romera, Snakehips - On My Body (Extended Mix) 2 - Akon, Ownboss - Move Your Belly Dancer (NICK ROBERTS Mashup) 3 - Chocolate Puma, Kris Kiss - Frenzy (Extended Mix) 4 - Fash feat. Samanify - Dancin' (Ben Neeson Remix) 5 - Armin van Buuren, R3HAB, Simon - WardLove We Lost (Skytech Extended Remix) 6 - Otto Knows vs. Shouse - Million Love Tonight Voices (GR1NDU Mashup 2K22) 7 - Sebastian Ingrosso & Quentyn - Higher Ground x Reload (Danny Avalos Edit) 8 - Low Blow - House Revolution (Extended Mix) 9 - Sebastian Ingrosso & Quentyn - Higher Ground x Reload (Danny Avalos Edit) 10 - Martin Garrix, John Martin, Matisse & Sadko - Won't Let You Go (Jack & James Extended Remix) 11 - Swedish House Mafia, Martin Garrix, Zedd - Don't You Worry Child vs. Follow (DropAUT-Mashup) 12 - Martin Garrix & Zedd - Follow (Extended Mix) 13 - DeshRoane - What They Want (Extended Mix) 14 - Mike Williams, Zack Hall -Pretty Little Words (Extended Mix) 15 - Alessa, Riley James, Kamish - Together Alive (Club Mix) 16 - Hardwell - INTO THE UNKNOWN (Extended Mix) 17 - Manse, BlackCode, Heleen - Don't Miss Out (Extended Mix) 18 - Markiss - Sentinel (Extended Mix) 19 - Shaun Williams - Punk (Original Mix) 20 - SICK INDIVIDUALS - MAKI (Extended Mix) 21 - David Guetta & MORTEN - Dreams (feat. Lanie Gardner) (Extended) 22 - Sixth Sense - Ghosts (Club Mix) 23 - Sentinel, Alesso - Only You (Extended Mix) 24 - Henry Fong & Knock2 Feat. General Degree - What's The Move (Extended Mix) 25 - HI-LO & Eli Brown - Industria (Extended Mix) 26 - Will Sparks & Shortround - Pills (Extended Mix) 27 - (Classic of the Week) Gadgo – So many times (extended mix)

Hardphol
Akon - Bananza (Belly Dancer) (Vadim Adamov & Hardphol Remix)

Hardphol

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2022 3:49


Daddy Issues with Jon and Bron
Ep 75 - Direct Democracy

Daddy Issues with Jon and Bron

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 69:56


This week, Jon and Bron discuss the threat of automation, how the rapper Akon is going to save the world, and their idea of an ideal government.Follow us on Instagram @daddy_issuespodcast and Twitter @daddy_issuespod

Dana & Jay In The Morning
Tell Me - Bullied 8-Year Old Is An Honorary Deputy, Andre Johnson opens up new restaurant

Dana & Jay In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 2:55


A bullied 8-year-old is now a proud honorary deputy...and former Texans player Andre Johnson has teamed up with rapper Akon to open up a new restaurant off Washington

It Gets Weird
Episode 297 - Alien Pickup Lines (Elizabeth Klarer)

It Gets Weird

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2022 80:05


Hey there friends and weirdos! This week, we learn the story of South African abductee, Elizabeth Klarer! What can we learn about the Venusians through Klarer's abduction experiences with her alien soul-mate, Akon? What is it like to make sweet, sweet love with a tall, extra-handsome alien man? What alien pick up line would work on you and definitely not scare you off? We answer all these questions and more!

Search Party
Akon, Golden Nuggets and dog chocolate

Search Party

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2022 42:29


This week, James and Jess provide some alternative public service announcements, discuss the man from the Golden Nuggets' dodgy historical stances and the return on investment for Akon's big new project. 

ALEX HART
ALEX HART - Большая Поп Вечеринка #96

ALEX HART

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2022 60:01


ALEX HART представляет радиошоу под названием "Большая Поп Вечеринка" Подписывайтесь на YouTube канал → www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ0NT… Слушайте все выпуски на своем смартфоне с приложением Apple Podcasts: itunes.apple.com/ru/podcast/dj… Подписывайтесь в социальных сетях и будьте в курсе всех новостей: www.vk.com/djalexhart www.instagram.com/djalexhart www.facebook.com/djalexhart www.twitter.com/djalexhart www.tiktok.com@djalexhart Поддержать артиста можно тут: www.donationalerts.com/r/djale… Все вырученные средства пойдут на создание музыки для вас! 1. Sigala - Melody (Tiësto Extended Remix) 2. BLUR, AKON x Imanbek, Byor, Funk - Song 2 Dancer (DJ Baur Mixshow) 3. Jonas Blue & Sevenn - Angles (Extended Mix) 4. Bon Jovi - It's My Life (Dobrynin & Alex Shik & Black Gold Remix) 5. Royal Crown Revue - Hey Pachuco (Alexander Holsten & XM Remix) 6. MIYAGI, PANDA x Silver Ace, Caza, Fred Mykos - Got Love (DJ Baur 22 Rework) 7. REFLEX - Non Stop (TREEMAINE Remix) 8. Menrva & SOLAH - Never Forget (Extended Mix) 9. Marwa Loud - Bad boy (Johnny Clash x Adrenalin Life Remix) 10. Mannymore & Kilian K - Girls Like You (Extended Mix) 11. Joe Manina, Paul Jockey Feat. Jp Sax - It'll Be Pain (Original Mix) 12. Inna - Cryo (Colett Remix) 13. Galibri & Mavik - Лампочки (Leonov & Gurevich Official Remix) Extended 14. Blaze U, Anekdote & Cuervo feat. Koa - Can't Feel My Face (Extended Mix) 15. Going Deeper & Cmagic5 - Dancing On My Heart (LANNÉ Extended Remix) 16. Joel Corry, David Guetta, Bryson Tiller - What Would You Do (Extended) 17. Charli Xcx feat. Rina Sawayama - Beg For You (Jodie Harsh Extended Remix) 18. Ольга Серябкина - Бывшие (RAKURS REMIX) 19. James Hype, Miggy Dela Rosa - Ferrari (Extended Mix) 20. Mike Williams - Pretty Little Words (feat. Zack Hall) (Extended Mix)

Radio Record
Megamix by DJ Peretse Рекорд нулевых #2386 (01-04-2022)

Radio Record

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022


01. Madonna – Music 02. Eric Prydz – Pjanoo 03. Serge Devant feat. Hadley – Addicted 04. Inna – Hot 05. Benny Benassi, The Biz – Satisfaction 06. Guru Josh Project – Infinity 2008 (Klaas Vocal Edit) 07. Bob Sinclar, Cutee-B – Rock This Party (Everybody Dance Now) 08. Pitbull – I Know You Want Me 09. Swedish House Mafia feat. Pharrell – One 10. Kesha – Tik Tok 11. Laurent Wolf – Saxo 12. Justin Timberlake Featuring Timbaland – Sexy Back 13. Alex Gaudino – Destination Calabria 14. Madcon – Beggin 15. Black Eyed Peas – My Humps 16. Fedde Le Grand – Put Your Hands Up For Detroit 17. Junior Caldera feat. Sophie Ellis-Bextor – Can't Fight This Feeling 18. Dada feat. Sandy Rivera Trix – Lollipop 19. Kylie Minogue – Can't Get You Out Of My Head 20. Chuckie, Lmfao – Let The Bass Kick In Miami Girl 21. The Drill – The Drill 22. Spiller – Groovejet (If This Aint Love) 23. Lexter – Freedom To Love 24. Yves Larock feat. Jaba – Rise Up 25. Christopher S, Mike Candys feat. Mc X-Large – Keep On Rockin 26. Katy Perry – I Kissed A Girl 27. 30 Seconds To Mars – A Beautiful Lie 28. Pendulum – The Island 29. Ph Electro – San Francisco 30. Spoon, Dave – At Night 31. The Underdog Project – Summer Jam 32. Benassi Bros., Dhany – Hit My Heart 33. Evanescence – Bring Me To Life 34. Van Helden, Armand – Into Your Eyes 35. The White Stripes – Seven Nation Army 36. Pakito – Living On Video 37. Daft Punk – One More Time 38. The Black Eyed Peas – I Gotta Feeling 39. Morandi – Save Me 40. Danzel – Pump It Up 41. Alex Gaudino feat. Shena – Watch Out 42. Rihanna – Don T Stop The Music 43. David Guetta – The World Is Mine 44. Mika – Relax, Take It Easy 45. Narcotic Thrust – I Like It 46. Tiesto, Wolfgang Gartner – I Will Be Here 47. Daft Punk – Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger 48. Edward Maya feat. Vika Jigulina – Stereo Love 49. Stromae – Alors On Danse 50. Danny feat. Therese – If Only You 51. Lady Gaga – Just Dance 52. Timbaland – The Way I Are 53. Bob Sinclar feat. Steve Edwards – World, Hold On 54. Bodyrockers – I Like The Way 55. Erika – I Don T Know 56. Da Buzz – Wonder Where You Are 57. Laurent Wolf – No Stress 58. Laurent Wolf – No Stress 59. Ian Carey feat. Michelle Shellers – Keep On Rising 60. Duck Sauce – Barbra Streisand 61. Yolanda Be Cool, Dcup – We No Speak Americano 62. Armand Van Helden – I Want Your Soul 63. Junior Jack – Stupidisco 64. Fedde Le Grand, Ida Corr – Let Me Think About It 65. Akon & Eminem – Smak That 66. David Guetta – Love Don't Let Me Go 67. Eminem feat. Dido – Stan 68. Destinys Child – Survivor 69. 50 Cent – P.I.M.P 70. Jay Z feat. Alicia Keys – Empire State Of Mind 71. Jay Z feat. Rihanna.– Umbrella 72. Coolio feat. L.V. – Gangsta's Paradise 73. Eminem – Lose Yourself 74. Nelly feat. Fergie – Party People 75. Ricky Martin – Livin' La Vida Loca 76. Bomfunk Mc's – Freestyler 77. Five, Queen – We Will Rock You 78. Dr. Dre – Steel 79. Beyoncé – Single Ladies 80. 50 Cent – In Da Club 81. Snoop Dogg – Drop It Like It's Hot 82. Dr.Dre feat. Snoop Dogg – The Next Epizode 83. Black Eyed Peas – Imma Be 84. Britney Spears – ...Baby One More Time 85. Jay Z feat. Beyoncé – Crazy In Love 86. Jennifer Lopez – Get Right 87. The Black Eyed Peas – Shut Up 88. Jennifer Lopez feat. Styles – Jenny From The Black 89. Terror Squad feat. Remy, Fat Joe – Lean Back 90. Dmx – Party Up 91. Lil John feat. Eastside Boyz – Get Low 92. Usher feat. Lil Jon, Ludacris – Yeah 93. The Chemical Brothers – Galvanize 94. Dadoo – Making Of 95. Black Eyed Peas – Let's Get It Started 96. Black Eyed Peas – Pump It 97. Armin Van Buuren, Sharon Den Adel – In And Out Of Love 98. Sonique – It Feels So Good 99. Cascada – Everytime We Touch 100. Madonna, Above & Beyond – What It Feels Like For A Girl 101. The Prodigy – Warrior's Dance 102. Benassi Bros. – Illusion 103. Tiësto feat. Bt – Love Comes Again 104. Ferry Corsten feat. Betsie Larkin – Made Of Love 105. Alex C. – Du Hast Den Schönsten Arsch Der Welt 106. Britney Spears – Toxic 107. Afrojack feat. Eva Simons – Take Over Control 108. Meck feat. Dino feat. Dino – So Strong 109. Paul Van Dyk feat. Rea Garvey – Let Go 110. O-Zone – Dragostea Din Tei 111. Uniting Nations – Out Of Touch 112. The Prodigy – Omen 113. Alex Gaudino feat. Shena – Watch Out 114. Rihanna – Sos 115. Basic Element – To You 115. Sonique – Sky

Marc's Essential Mix Tape Radio Show
Episode 1773: Marc's Essential Mix Tape #1773. Throwback Thursday reprise 2015

Marc's Essential Mix Tape Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 50:05


Real Love Jody WatleyNo Lie Sean Paul & Dua LipaMo Bounce Iggy AzaleaHey Ma (English) J Balvin ft Pitbull & Camila CabelloTension FergieGimmi Yah Suh Charly Black I Got You Bebe RexhaDon't Talk Jon B.Keepin The Faith De La SoulJust A Touch Of Love SlaveJust A Touch Keith SweatHot in Herre NellyLa Habana Pinto WahinThe Man [The KillersSomething Different Why Don't WeFriends Justin Bieber & BloodPopYour Da One 2K17]Color Me BaddJust The Way You Like It SOS BandThis Is How We Do It Montell JordanAin't Nobody V The Girl is Mine Jasmine Thompson V 99 SoulsGet Buck In Here -DJ Felli Fel (ft Akon, DJoy And Pain MazeBefore I Let You Go MazeLove MoreChris Brown feat. Nicki MinajMonster Eminem feat. Rihanna Humpin' AroundBobby BrownJello Tina MinaThe Pussycat Dolls feat. Snoop Dogg Buttons Trini Dem Girls Nicki Minaj ft Lunchmoney Lewis

Le Wake-up mix
Nelly, Mariah Carey, Ja Rule, Ashanti, Christina Aguilera, Akon...

Le Wake-up mix

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 8:01


durée : 00:08:01 - Le Wake-up mix - DJ First Mike prend le contrôle des platines de Mouv' tous les matins. 8 minutes de gros son pour te sortir du lit comme jamais.

lockerflockig. | Der Podcast
#006 Smack That Panic Attack

lockerflockig. | Der Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 24:08


Wir sind nach einer kurzen Pause wieder zurück. Smack That Panic Attack beschreibt diese Folge wohl am besten. Tim erzählt über sein treffen mit Akon und Valentin erklärt euch wieso die letzten beiden Wochen keine neue Folge kam. Ab nächster Woche wieder in gewohnter Länge zurück.

DJ PLAYBOY
Episode 5: 03/20/2022 Sunday Funday Mix on @Pitbull's Globalization With The @Criscokidd Kidd Block Party.

DJ PLAYBOY

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 59:58


1. Acraze - Do It To It (Clean) 2. Megan Thee Stallion & Dua Lipa - Sweetest Pie (Intro - Clean) 3. Maroon 5 - Moves Like Jagger - Mark Anthony Don't Forget My Love Edit (Dirty) 4. Indeep - Last Night A D.J. Saved My Life - BAUZAR Remix 5. Vice - Bump Bump Bump - DJ Serg Sniper Dance With Me Intro 6. Akon x Cassimm - Smack That Bass (Jablonski Bootleg - Clean - Short Edit) 7. Nelly Furtado - Promiscuous - Mark Anthony Sugar Baby Edit 8. IAmChino & Pitbull - Discoteca - Deorro Remix (Clean) 9. Lorna - Papi Chulo... Te Traigo El Mmmm - Borgore & Maahez Remix 10. Willy William - Trompeta - DJ XXplosive Clap Intro 11. DJ Snake - Taki Taki - Mark Cutz Matador Edit (Clean)DJ Snake - Taki Taki - Mark Cutz Matador Edit (Clean) 12. Nina Sky - Move Ya Body - ETX Guaracha Remix 13. Soulja Boy - Donk - Jablonski Trampoline Edit 14. Beenie Man - Who Am I - D'Maduro Remix 15. Louchie Lou & Michie One - Rich Girl - Richastic Remix (Intro) 16. Tory Lanez - Luv - J Medina Remix (Clean) 17. 01 Woman - doja cat 18. Drake - One Dance - Lincoln Baio Closer Edit 19. Morry - Llora 20. Celia Cruz - La Vida Es Un Carnival (Doc x Jess Moombah) X's SE-mp3 21. Pitbull, Farruko & IAmChino vs Alex Sensation, Farruko & Prince Royce - After Party - DJ Blayox Ten Cuidao Wordplay Transition (Clean) 22. Juanes - La Camisa Negra - TONY B & Greg Lassierra Remix 23. Rauw Alejandro x Mr. Belt & Wezol, Jack Wins - Todo De Ti (One Thing) (djleony's Mash - Clean) 24. Nico & Vinz - Am I Wrong - Audiorokk Dreamer Edit 25. Akon - Bananza (Belly Dancer) - DJ Shaan VIP Remix (Clean) 26. Time Of Our Lives - DJ Midnight Remember The Time Acap Intro (Intro - Clean) 27. Migos - Bad & Boujee - Spryte The Way Edit (Clean) 28. Wacka Flocka Flame - Grove St. Party - ETX After Party Edit (Clean) 29. Reload Otherside ((Deville's 2013 WMC Bootleg)) 30. Move For Me (Radio Edit)

Marc's Essential Mix Tape Radio Show
Episode 1768: Marc's Essential Mix Tape #1769 Monday mix LIck

Marc's Essential Mix Tape Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 26:48


Lick  | Shenseea & Megan Thee Stallion3am In LA  |  EbenezerThe Best  | Erica BanksBlue Diamonds  | Young DolphCame From The Bottom  | BigWalkDogSwangin On Westheimer  | Don ToliverStunt 102  | TM88 & Pi'erre BourneJackpot  | Red Cafe feat. Fetty Wap & Fabolous4 The Low  | Problem & Wiz KhalifaAll Night  | Big BoiTell Her No  |  The ZombiesRight Now  | Akon

Punch Up The Jam
'Sexy Bitch' by David Guetta ft. Akon (w/ Justin Richmond)

Punch Up The Jam

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 73:15


You know that feeling when you wanna say something really respectful, that recognizes someone's personhood and beauty both inner and outer? Akon had that feeling, and it ended badly. Andrew and Evan bring in Actual Music Podcaster Justin Richmond to help figure out this completely insane song, and on their journey they find similarities to Point Break, suspiciously strong similarities to this one 80s hit, and similarities to how your history paper turns out when you try to do it all in one night.  Guest: Justin Richmond Walk-in music: 'Ode to Joy (Banjo)' by Carter Burwell from the Raising Arizona ending credits; 'Hit 'Em Up' by 2Pac; 'Big Sur' by The Thrills Listen to Justin's podcast, Broken Record, on Pushkin Follow Punch Up The Jam on Twitter and Instagram Become a Patron on Patreon Like the show? Rate Punch Up The Jam 5 stars on Spotify and Apple Podcasts and leave a review for Andrew and Evan. Advertise on Punch Up The Jam via Gumball.fm See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bob Barry's Unearthed Interviews

Joel Whitburn, from Menomonee Falls, has published numerous record research books and in his new top pop singles edition, ballad singer, Bobby Vinton has an entire page of hits. I thought it might be interesting to get Bobby on the phone to see how he's doing and to talk to him about his inclusion in this new 17th edition of pop singles. A big surprise popped up in the interview. Bobby told me about the rap record of his hit “Mr. Lonely” by Akon. We'll play some of it for you.

Nick Sandoval podcast
Old School Jamz Vol 8. (Millennial Hip-Hop & R&B)

Nick Sandoval podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 86:45


All my favorite bangers from late '99 to 2005!! I got caught in the vibe and stretched the one a little past the hour mark. 52 Classics!!! Enjoy!! 1)Twista - Overnight Celebrity 2) Jay-Z & UGK - Big Pimpin 3) Ludacris ft Shawnna - Whats Your Fantasy 4) Chamillionaire ft Krazyie Bone - Ridin Dirty 5) Ludacris - Splash Waterfalls 6) Eminem - Cleanin Out My Closet 7) Chingy ft Ludacris & Snoop Dogg - Holidae In 8) T-Pain ft Yung Joc - Buy U A Drank 9) Tweet ft Missy Elliott - Oops (Oh My) 10) Busta Rhymes - Break Ya Neck 11) Cam'ron ft Juelz Santana - Oh Boy 12) Craig David - 7 Days 13) Ludacris ft Pharrell - Money Maker 14) Jay-Z - Izzo (H.O.V.A.) 15) Ludacris - Get Back 16) P. Diddy ft Usher & Loon - I Need A Girl (Part 1) 17) Fabolous ft Tamia - Into You  18) Kanye West ft Syleena Johnson - All Falls Down 19) Chingy - Right Thurr 20) Baby ft Clipse - What Happened To That Boy 21) Jay-Z - 99 Problems 22) Mary J. Blige - Family Affair 23) Ja Rule - Holla Holla 24) Missy Elliot ft Ludacris & Jay-Z - One Minute Man 25) Ja Rule ft Vita - Put It On Me 26) 50 Cent ft Nate Dogg - 21 Questions 27) B2K ft P. Diddy - Bump, Bump, Bump 28) Snoop Dogg ft Nate Dogg & Xzibit - B Please 29) DMX - X Gon' Give It To Ya 30) Ludacris ft Pharrell - Southern Hospitality 31) Eve ft Gwen Stefani - Let Me Blow Your Mind 32) N.O.R.E. ft Pharrell - Nothin' 33) 50 Cent - Disco Inferno 34) Fabolous ft P. Diddy & Jagged Edge - Trade It All (Part 2) 35) Jay-Z ft Pharrell - I Just Wanna Love U (Give it 2 Me) 36) Erick Sermon ft Redman - React 37) Truth Hurts ft Rakim - Addictive 38) P Diddy - Public Enemy #1 39) Busta Rhymes feat. Kelis - What It Is 40)Young Gunz - Can't Stop, Won't Stop 41) Dennis Blaze - Ninja Breaks 42) Slick Rick ft Outkast - Street Talkin 43) Jon B - Don't Talk 44) Ja Rule ft Case - Livin It Up 45) Nelly ft Dani Stevenson - Hot In Herre 46) Fabolous ft Pharrell - Young'n (Holla Back) 47) Eminem - Without Me 48) Timbaland ft Keri Hilson & D.O.E. - The Way I Are 49) Akon ft Eminem - Smack That 50) Nina Sky ft Jabba - Move Ya Body 51) Trina ft Trick Daddy - Pull Over 52) Janet Jackson - Someone To Call My Lover

DJ PLAYBOY
Episode 4: 03/17/2022 Sunday Funday Mix on @Pitbull's Globalization With The @Criscokidd Kidd Block Party.

DJ PLAYBOY

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 61:41


1. The Weeknd - Sacrifice - Crazibiza So In Love Edit 2. Talk break 3. Vice - Bump Bump Bump - DJ Serg Sniper Dance With Me Intro 4. The Pussycat Dolls - Don't Cha - Fraze Remix (Clean) 5. Destiny's Child - Lose My Breath - Delirious & Alex K Just Bump Bootleg 6. Akon x Cassimm - Smack That Bass (Jablonski Bootleg - Clean - Short Edit) 7. Pitbull - I Feel Good - DJ Serg Sniper Hype Intro 8. DJ Snake - Taki Taki - Mark Cutz Matador Edit (Clean) 9. HUGEL ft Cumbiafrica - EL Sueno (Spanish) 10. Rauw Alejandro x Mr. Belt & Wezol, Jack Wins - Todo De Ti (One Thing) (djleony's Mash - Clean) 11. Bad Bunny & Jhay Cortez - Dakiti - SH8K Remix (Clean) 12. Pirates Of The Caribbean - Rumba - J Rythm & Big Syphe Puro Pari Remix(1) 13. Diplo & Mele - Right 2 Left 14. 01 Work Your Body (Original Mix) 15. Freejak - Sandstorm - Anthem Kingz Hype Edit 16. Pitbull, Farruko & IAmChino Ten cuidado 17. Alex Sensation, Farruko & Prince Royce - After Party - Juanes - La Camisa Negra - TONY B & Greg Lassierra Remix 18. Talk break 19. Juanes - La Camisa Negra - TONY B & Greg Lassierra Remix 20. KIDY & Contrass - Mamacita 21. RKM & Ken-Y - Down - Livitup & J Medina Remix 22. IAmChino & Pitbull - Discoteca - DJ Blayox Club Hype Intro (Clean) 23. Acraze - Funky Town - Anthem Kingz Hype Edit 24. Sickick x Rick James - Super Freak (tiktok Sickmix Bootleg Remix) 25. Shenseea & Megan Thee Stallion - Lick - ETX Coolie Dance Riddim Edit (Clean) 26. Nina Sky - Move Ya Body - ETX Guaracha Remix 27. GAYLE - abcdefu - Sak Noel Remix (Clean) 28. Ludacris - How Low - Spryte Remix (Clean) 29. Talk break 30. Acraze - Do It To It 31. Stardust - Music Sounds Better With You - Fafaq & Matthew Clarck Remix 32. Modjo - Lady (Hear Me Tonight) - SHVDZ Remix

Kritikast
Kritikast # 26 : KAM is in the House Vol.2

Kritikast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2022 69:47


Kritikallmusic Presents: KAM is in the House Volume 2. Enjoy a finest Fair Use selection of Eclectic House Music! Don't forget to kritik and repost this track if you like it! You can As well follow the Artist of this selection directly on their space! Let them know you like their work!!! --------------------------------------Tracklist ------------------------------------------ Kormak - Take Me Home (Radio Edit) Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/officialkormak Blue Boy - Remember Me (David Penn Remix) Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/david-pe-in-montilla DJ Rae & Martin Badder - Change (Original mix) Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/raedjartist Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/martinbadder Hollaphonic - Shadows in the Sun (feat. Amba Tremain) Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/hollaphonic Soul Clap - Love Yourself (feat. Desmond 'DSP' Powell) (Todd Edwards Extended Remix) Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/toddedwards3000 Another Thrill - JUNIOR JACK Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/juniorjacklive Black Motion Feat. Xoli M - Rainbow (Original Mix) Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/black-motion-official Ali Story - Girls Who Like Boys Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/alistory Snoop Dogg - Gin And Juice (ALTO EDIT) Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/alto-music-uk Lee Foss & Ferreck Dawn ft. Alex Mills - The Void (192 kbps) Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/leefoss Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/ferreckdawn Sometimes The Going Gets A Little Tough - Finn Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/finnmccorry Boston Bun - Your Body Your Mind Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/bbbostonbun Dennis Ferrer & Disciples with James Yuill - Whisper (Extended Mix) Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/dennis-ferrer Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/disciplesldn Wankelmut - Free At Last (Martin Ikin Extended Remix) Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/martin-ikin Gettoblaster - HOUSE feat. Missy (Original Mix) Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/gettoblaster Hannah Wants - I Don't Know (feat. Jennifer Jamieson) Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/hannah_wants Bwi-Bwi - Insight Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/bwi-bwi Kocham - Get Down Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/kochamofficial MK Feat. Alana - Love Changes (MK Mix) Lucyburns Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/marckinchen Nelly Ft. Akon & Ashanti - Body On Me (Fourteen97 Edit) Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/fourteen97 Crazibiza - Fresh (Charles J Remix) Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/charlesj Ed Lee - All I Want Is You Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/edleeofficial CASSIMM - I Got A Woman Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/cassimmofficial Kideko - Cubanito (Extended Mix) Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/kidekomusic Darius Syrossian - Come On Come On Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/dariussyrossian Killed Kassette vs. Thornetta Davis - I Need A Whole Lotta Lovin' (Radio Edit) Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/killed_kassette Blackpool Boulevard - Anish Kumar Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/anishkumarmusic Franky Rizardo - Out The Fire (At The Hotel) (Radio Edit) [feat. Eunice Collins] Follow Artist : https://soundcloud.com/frankyrizardo If any issue with us presenting your track here, please contact us and we will take it down! Sharing vibes around is our only intention ;-) For the Love of the Music

Hot Takes with Bill and Eric
S03E10 – The Economy

Hot Takes with Bill and Eric

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 30:29


What starts as an innocent conversation about the economy turns into something much heavier. The season three finale. Intro/Outro Song: “Locked Up” by Akon

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – March 9, 2022

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 154:30


A Jackson family stream-off, Mayor Jim Fouts: Hero, The Bachelor: Gaslighting Edition, congressman's ISIS bride affair, Sherri Papini selfies, Don't Say Gay, Top Female Rock Albums, and HoJo horror stories.We start the show with all we ever talk about: The Bachelor. Clay-en Echard should teach a masterclass in gaslighting.Sports: Awwwww, Robert Kraft has found love and is engaged to a hottie 33 years his junior. Flint Tropics Jackie Moon made his return to the hardwood. Tony Hawk broke his femur because he's 53 and skateboarding. This dude is Trudi's favorite Jewish Performance Center act.Trudi used to rock out to "Russians" by Sting.Drew is the last human on earth still paying for SiriusXM. Why are people saying 'Needle Drop' these days?Licorice Pizza could not be made today.Pam & Tommy on Hulu wrapped up.Young chicks love singing the f-word.Trudi wants to solve the gas price crisis by always working from home.Texas rep, Van Taylor, is a selfish lover who loves rimjobs from a former ISIS bride/suicide bomber.Chris Brown is vindicated and will probably clean up his act.Model & Mayor Jim Fouts put Warren City Hall on lockdown after car thief ran into the building. Drew noticed how hot he looked.Lyla destroyed Drew's glasses.Emails: Remember to put your car in neutral when driving downhill. Also, lose some damn weight. Howard Johnson hotel horror stories including a 'Domestic Abuse Hot Zone'.Jeff Younger has a hard time talking in public places."Don't Say Gay" causes people to fight with each other.Marc had a killer set with some 2nd graders.Russia vs Ukraine: Volodymyr Zelenskyy really wants some airplanes. Trump wants to frame China. Nobody missed Brittney Griner for 3 weeks. Chernobyl makes a huge comeback. Amazon finally cuts off Russia. KFC pulls out too.Sherri Papini runs away. Trudi predicts she'll be on OnlyFans by June. Her ex-boyfriend looks just like Murray.Millennial value their social media more than their finances.Kelly Clarkson is throwing money at her ex-husband to go away.A West Bloomfield woman was human trafficked and then charged with prostitution.We might finally have some clarity in the saga of Deshaun Watson.The Indianapolis Colts traded Carson Wentz to the Washington Commanders Radskins. Drew and Jim Irsay have reconnected.Music: MC5 is dropping a new album. Alanis Morissette is hitting the road in 2022 for a world tour. Top Female Rock Albums. We check out the streaming success of every Jackson. Akon's city is a ponzi scheme.Jackson Mahomes has made it to LA and he's already getting bombarded with fans at the Justin Bieber concert.The Red Wings suck.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

KAren Swain ATP Radio
Valerie O'Hogan Memories of Elizabeth Klarer

KAren Swain ATP Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2022 92:57


People from Venus who built the Pyramids and Seeded Life on Planet earth. See more... https://wp.me/p58EtD-5me Valerie O'Hogan knew Elizabeth Klarer, a South African woman who became well known at the end of the 20th century for her book, Beyond the Light Barrier,' which chronicles Elizabeth's life and experiences with an off world being called, ‘Akon, from a civilisation originally from Venus, who now inhabits a planet called Meton, in the Alpha Centauri star system. An amateur astronomer since childhood, Valerie has written a book about her time with Elizabeth called: My Memories of Elizabeth Klarer: Released in Sept 2021. Documentary of Elizabeth Klarer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R6-iLARJu9E See More https://karenswain.com/ Follow us here for other info https://mewe.com/i/karenswain1 Join us here https://odysee.com/@KAren-Swain:c THANK YOU for SHARING these conversations, we present them to you completely FREE with NO Ads! Please spread the LOVE and Wisdom. BIG LOVE Spiritual Teacher, Psychic Medium and Channel, KAren helps you align with your Soul's calling. Connect with KAren Swain here http://karenswain.com/ and download her free report '10 Top Ways to Lasting Happiness'. KAren Swain is a Channel, Mentor, Spiritual Teacher and Way-shower for the expansion of our Powers of Deliberate Creation, invites other teachers and experiencers to ATP Media to expand the conversation of how to evolve human consciousness, expand human potential, overcome adversity, advance human society as we transition to the next evolutionary step in human evolution. Enjoy our conversations. BIG LOVE ksx Appreciate KAren's work on ATP Media Awakening Consciousness? Please support us, you can share your love on this link https://www.paypal.me/KArenASwain. THANK YOU GET THE Awakened By Death BOOK on Amazon HERE https://www.amazon.com/Awakened-Death-Stories-Transformation-Awakening-ebook/dp/B07B8KFG2M/ref=dp_olp_1 SHINE YOUR LIGHT Brightly JOIN US IN THE INNER SANCTUM Calling all Difference Makers and New World Teachers... Join The Inner Sanctum monthly Online Gatherings for Deliberate Creation teachings, Spiritual Awakening and more. Meet some of the wonderful guests KAren has had on ATP Media and be supported by a tribe of like minded spiritual teachers and seekers. To join our webinar series please subscribe to the Inner Sanctum, sign up here... http://karenswain.com/inner-sanctum/ When you join you have access to all the recording and each month you can meet KAren and her guests and ask your questions. LINKS ====== Website: http://karenswain.com/ ATP Media Website: https://www.karenswain-atpmedia.com/ ATPMedia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AccentuateThePositive/ ATP FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/AccentuateThePositiveRadio/ Blissful Beings FB: https://www.facebook.com/KArenSwainBlissfulBeings/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/KAren_A_Swain JOIN our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/AwakeningEmpowermentNetwork/ HashTags ======== #Enlightenment #Venus #AlphaCentauri #Akon #Meton #Spirituality #HumanPotential #Angels #Awakening #Hypnotherapy #EnergyHealing #healing #Channelling #Afterlife #StarSeeds #spiritualpodcast #StarChildren #telepathy. #PsychicAbilities #SpiritualTeachers

DJ ANARCHY
Episode 79: TROPICAL TAKEOVER 74 (TeeManay & Akon Interview + Mix)

DJ ANARCHY

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2022 60:08


TeeManay & Akon joined me to discuss TeeManay's musical journey, his forthcoming album, Konvict Kulture and also premiered his new single "Wine Am" plus more.This episode features new Afrobeats, Dancehall, Reggaeton & Hip Hop/ R&BTune in EVERY Saturday at 11PM ET (10PM CT) on Pitbull's Globalization SiriusXM Channel 13 withDJ ANARCHYInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/djanarchyrmx/Twitter: https://twitter.com/djanarchyrmxFollow GRUNGECAKEWebsite: https://grungecake.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/grungecake/Twitter: https://twitter.com/grungecake

One More Time Podcast
#041 - Sk808 on "Stealing Like an Artist", Clicking Until the Beat Sounds Good, and More

One More Time Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2022 66:04


In this episode of the One More Time Podcast, Sk808 talks about how to "steal like an artist", clicking until the beat sounds good, Timbaland's Beat Club, and more!Sk808 is a super-producer out of Atlanta. Always known as the "music guy" in high school, he headed to college in DC on a music scholarship in pure "Drumline" fashion . After winning "Hottest Producer" his freshman year, he continued working nonstop on his production craft. Sk808 left the "Producer House" in DC and became the in-house producer for Bu Vision (label started by Akon's brother and Kanye West manager). He stayed consistent and has landed placements with Coi Leray / Karlae, 42 Dugg, Dave East, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, and more! Sk808 has no plan B and an insane work ethic to make sure his dreams become reality.   WATCH this episode on YouTube:https://youtu.be/enn8SyaFpBoFOLLOW Sk808 on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/_sk808WATCH music video for "I Like (ft Coi Leray)" by Karlae (prod. by Sk808):https://youtu.be/HOLSM3HkKPsThe One More Time Podcast is hosted by H3NRY (music producer and mixing engineer) and Playback Ben (music manager and marketing consultant). We created the show to have genuine conversations with genuine people about music. It is a platform for people in the spotlight and those behind the scenes in music to tell the stories about where they've come from, where they're at, and where they're going.FOLLOW and TURN ON notifications to make sure you NEVER miss an episode!FOLLOW One More Time, H3NRY and Playback Ben:https://www.instagram.com/onemoretimecasthttps://www.instagram.com/h3nrywitha3https://www.instagram.com/playbackbenhttps://www.tiktok.com/onemoretimecasthttps://www.tiktok.com/h3nrywitha3https://www.tiktok.com/playbackben

The Playmakerz Blog Podcast
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly from All-Star Weekend and College Basketball

The Playmakerz Blog Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2022 44:27


This past weekend in basketball provided some good things some bad things, and some awful things. All-Star Weekend had some changes to several events that were good, but the slam dunk wasn't one of those unfortunately. The All-Star game itself provided an interesting game as it had doing for a few years now. The Akon boys stole the show especially the younger of the two. In the collegiate level, the season is down to two weeks and upsets took their place in in the Big Ten and SEC respectively. Then there was Madison, Wisconsin where the focus of the basketball is fixated on due to an end of game melee starting with coaches. Join SuperDraft Pro: https://superdraftpro.com/d20playmaker Subscribe follow, like the podcast on your favorite streaming platforms as well as leave a rate & review. Follow The Playmakerz Blog on social media (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram) & our Website for all our other podcasts. Follow The Playmaker on social media (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theplaymakerzblog/message

Through the Pickets
Episode 10 Ross Taylor

Through the Pickets

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2022 34:24


This is Through the Pickets, a podcast proudly brought to you by the New Zealand Cricket Players Association where we showcase our members interests, achievements and experiences either side of the white picket fence, with more of a lens on their off-field endeavours.In this Episode Ross talks to us about his incredible 16 year career and the milestones he's achieved. He shares his decision to  his retire,  family and sitting on the board of the NZCPA not to mention his chance encounter with Akon and Roger Federer and how he fell in love with the game.

#nycmixing // New York City Mixing // Weekly Dancehall + Soca Podcast // MiXed + ReMiXed Live!
Wavy Head Skanking // 4x4 Guyanese Chutney + Soca + Dancehall Movements // #nycmixing

#nycmixing // New York City Mixing // Weekly Dancehall + Soca Podcast // MiXed + ReMiXed Live!

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2022 17:42


Chutney music featuring Kenneth Salick, Vee Ram, Ashnie, and Vanita Willie. Dancehall classics from Super Cat. Hip Hop and RnB music from Akon and Aaliyah. So much more music and remixes. Stay tuned! // newyorkcitymixing.com

Ayur Tsyrenov
Akon — Belly dancer (Ayur Tsyrenov remix)

Ayur Tsyrenov

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2022 2:49


Полная версия по ссылке freshrecords.ru/showthread.php…

Holmberg's Morning Sickness
02-01-22 - Hot Releases - Pam And Tommy - Reacher - Phat Tuesdays - Saxon - Akon - Korn

Holmberg's Morning Sickness

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2022 20:41


Holmberg's Morning Sickness - Tuesday February 1, 2022

From the Desk of Rick Wallace
Da Teachas Talk With New York Filmmaker Tony Lindsey On Latest Film and Black Male Empowerment!

From the Desk of Rick Wallace

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2022 110:36


Support the Black Men Lead Rite of Passage Initiative at http://bit.ly/3JG6AXoBlackMenLead or you can contribute directly through the Cash app at $TheOdysseyProject21 Building Strong Black Men Will Require Work & Commitment! Our goal is to hit $10,000 this week! Let's make it happen. Da Teachas Talk With New York Filmmaker Tony Lindsey On Latest Film and Black Male Empowerment! About Where Hearts Lie: Brave Williams is a young entrepreneur from Brooklyn, who unwittingly gambles his success, freedom, and the safety of his young son when he falls for the wrong woman. Starring Alexander C. Mulzac and Erin Sanderson, with Clifton Powell ("Next Friday" & "Friday After Next", "Ray"), Taral Hicks-Dawson ("A Bronx Tale," "Belly," "Just Cause"), and Malik Yoba ("Why Did I Get Married,I & 2" & "EMPIRE"). Music Soundtrack featuring Akon, B.O.B., Syleena Johnson, Bobby Valentino, Corey Finesse, Venor and many more... “Where Hearts Lie” is a drama/thriller that explores relationships, child abuse, violence, and mental illness. It also explores the dynamics of families caring for family members with Alzheimer's Disease. Brave's father (played by Clifton Powell), is suffering from stage six of the disease. Watch the trailer here: https://vimeo.com/671371571 Check out additional resources here: https://linktr.ee/RickWallace21 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rick-wallace3/message

David Guetta
Playlist #598

David Guetta

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2022 62:00


01. Galantis, David Guetta & Little Mix - Heartbreak Anthem (Galantis & David Guetta Extended VIP Mix)02. Alex Mills - Hunted (Extended Mix) 03. Eli Brown - Insomniac (Extended Mix) 04. Atlantic Garden [Friend Within & Max Styler] - Temporary (Extended Mix)[SP DEEP]05. Kaskade ft. Cop Kid - Turn It Down v3 (Extended Mix) [Arkade]06. AJSE - Feel (Extended Mix)07. Master KG & David Guetta - Shine (feat Akon)08. Coldplay x BTS - My Universe (David Guetta Remix Extended)09. Chris Naranjo - I Need You (Extended Mix)10. HUGEL - Morenita (Matt Sassari Remix) 11. Never Sleeps ft. AfroJack & Chico Rose - You Got The Love (D.O.D Extended Mix)12. Siege & Boris - Journey 13. Robin M - Love Story (Extended Mix) 14. David Guetta & MORTEN - Alive Again [Original Mix][MUSICAL FREEDOM]

Sports and Hip-Hop with DJ Mad Max
Asher Roth talks Greenhouse Effect Vol. 3, upcoming EP, & more ”Sports and Hip-Hop with DJ Mad Max”

Sports and Hip-Hop with DJ Mad Max

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 76:36


Thank you and shoutout to Morrisville PA's own Asher Roth for coming on my show for an interview! Asher discussed his new album The Greenhouse Effect, Vol. 3, his upcoming EP with Heather Grey, and the positive enlightenment of his new song All Add Up. He got into the importance of B-Sides on Hip-Hop records, originally pursuing an Elementary Education major at West Chester University, and being managed by Scooter Braun. He talked about his hit song I Love College and his thoughts on it over the years. He also discussed about what made him become so positive and change his mind frame to promote positivity in his music. He also got into his songs that he made with The Game, the Peter Roth project with Pete Rock that was supposed to happen years ago, and his song Last Man Standing featuring Akon making Madden 12. Asher reflected on his Hip-Hop career so far and revealed that he wants to start signing artists to his own label as his next goal. Stay tuned for Asher's upcoming EP with Heather Grey dropping soon! Asher Roth's music is available on all platforms, including Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/asher-roth/300698903 and YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/asherroth. Follow Asher Roth on Instagram and Twitter: @asherroth Follow me on Instagram and Twitter: @thereelmax. Website: https://maxcoughlan.com/index.html. Website live show streaming link: https://maxcoughlan.com/sports-and-hip-hop-with-dj-mad-max-live-stream.html. MAD MAX Radio on Live 365: https://live365.com/station/MAD-MAX-Radio-a15096. Subscribe to my YouTube channel Sports and Hip Hop with DJ Mad Max: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCE0107atIPV-mVm0M3UJyPg.  Asher Roth on "Sports and Hip-Hop with DJ Mad Max" visual on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j0j_3JAhWPU. 

Ayur Tsyrenov
Akon — Right now (Ayur Tsyrenov extended remix)

Ayur Tsyrenov

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 4:37


PODCAST BY: REFLECTION
S2 E3 AKONÁHLE MA USPALI ZAČAL SA NOVÝ ŽIVOT/Z PROGAMERA CYKLISTA

PODCAST BY: REFLECTION

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 33:47


Dramatická zmena sa odohrala v živote mladému chalanovi Alexovi ktorý po operácií ramena zmenil pohľad na svet. ProGamerovi ktorý celý deň travil za kompom sa zrazu objavila nová vášeň, v ktorej sa našiel - cyklistika. Poď si vypočuť Alexov príbeh plný inšpiracie, motivácie ale aj zaujímavých príbehov, ktoré sa mu zatiaľ udiali popri cyklistickej kariére. Ďakujeme za valu podporu. Pokiaľ sa ti podcast páči budeme vďačný za zdieľanie. PREDCHÁDZAJÚCE EPIZÓDY: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPidpTG7-mFNd-YSVZsILKA/videos IG: https://www.instagram.com/ps.reflection/ ALEX:https://www.instagram.com/alexlbiker/

PRISM
Finding Design Nirvana

PRISM

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 63:00


The pandemic caused us all to readjust our values and focus on what truly matters. It also forced us to alter how we communicate and innovate.In this special episode of Prism, Dan Harden moderates a discussion with founders Fred Bould and Caroline Flagiello on how we can use the lessons from this experience to create an exciting new era of Design. The panel reveals:How to make the most of our newly realigned values, the work-life blur, and virtual creative collaborationsWays to implement the new design thinking that's emerged which values experiences, quality of life, and purposeThe ideal vision of Design and the roadmap needed to get thereListen in on their perspectives on how we can all find design nirvana.GuestsCaroline Flagiello, founder of Akin, is an innovation expert with two decades of experience leading teams and designing for every kind of organization, from nascent startups to high profile Fortune 500 companies, in industries ranging from consumer electronics to fashion to food and beverage.Fred Bould, founder of Bould Design, has collaborated with leading innovators such as Nest Labs, GoPro and Roku. Their work has met with both commercial and critical success. Recognition includes numerous IDEA, Core77, D&AD, and Red Dot Awards, as well as the Cooper Hewitt and SF MOMA Permanent Collection. Bould's design solutions are noted for usability, simplicity, and elegance.This episode of Prism was originally recorded as a live Whipsaw virtual event on July 28, 2021.Episode TranscriptDan Harden 0:07Hello and welcome to Prism. Prism is a design oriented podcast hosted by me Dan harden, like a glass prism that reveals the color hidden inside white light. This podcast will reveal the inside story behind innovation, especially the people that make it happen. My aim is to uncover each guest unique point of view, their insights, their methods, or their own secret motivator, perhaps that fuels their creative genius.Okay, hello, and welcome to finding design Nirvana. I'm Dan Harden. Whipsaw's Founder, CEO and Principal Designer and with me are Caroline Flagiello and Fred Bould. We're here to discuss how we can evolve from this somewhat dark time that we find ourselves in. We've experienced something truly extraordinary in the last Well, now what year and a half, and it's still going on. But how can we evolve from that time that we have all experienced into a better we'll call it designed to future. That's why we call this finding design Nirvana. We think we should be learning from these tough times in order to advance design to a higher Well, maybe even more ideal state, if that's possible. That's what we wanted to investigate with this discussion. Tonight, we'll talk about the lessons we have learned from the pandemic that can help us re examine how we think about design, especially in terms of what design should be focused on where the opportunities lie to innovate, and how design should or can be practiced. So without further ado, let's meet our panelists, Caroline, Fred. Fred is the Founder and Design Director of Bould design, Bould, has collaborated with great companies such as nest labs, GoPro, Roku, and many, many others. They've won lots of Design Awards. They've got worked at the Cooper Hewitt and SF MoMA. They're designed many of you know it. They're designed as noted for simplicity, elegance, and a focus on usability. They always do great work can always count on Fred and his company. I met Fred in the 80s when we both worked at Henry Dreyfus associates. And we've been great friends ever since. Good to see you, Fred.Fred Bould 2:21Great to see you. Carolyn. Good to see you. Yeah. My first got to know Dan, when I was an intern at Henry Dreyfus associates. And Dan was one of the young hotshot designers there that everybody looked up to. So it's, it's really, it's really gratifying to find myself here, you know, 100 years later. We're working in close proximity to Dan and, and his elk. So this is great.Dan Harden 2:52Thanks for joining Fred. My other guest is Carolyn Flagella. Carolyn is Founder and CEO of Akon a firm she founded in 2015. Caroline is an innovation expert with two decades of experience leading teams and designing for every kind of organization from Little startups to high profile Fortune 500 companies. She also worked at Pentagram and IDEO, and I've known Caroline for over 25 years. She helped me chair the National idsa conference in 2002. I still can't thank you enough for that, Carolyn. And you may have also seen Caroline on the CBS series, California by design. Welcome, Caroline. Thank you for joining.Caroline Flagiello 3:33Oh, thank you for having me. Yes. And good to see Fred. Um, yeah, Dan, when I first met you, it was at the MoMA. And it was during an idsa Awards event. And you were President of Frog at the time. And I was like, Oh, that's Dan. And so, you were you know, you were the god. Oh, well, I was still, you know, starting off in my career. So anyway, it was a long time ago, but you were still the god.Dan Harden 4:05Oh, my God. Okay, we did not practice Believe me this.Okay, so let's, let's get into our discussion, but thank you. So, let's start out kind of broad. Alright, so this crazy pandemic that we've been through, I mean, it has rocked us all to the core in so many ways. But let's talk briefly about its impact on work, especially, like, How were your practices impacted? And how did you adjust? Did you survive obviously, or how did you thrive?Fred Bould 4:41Carolyn, you want to take?Caroline Flagiello 4:44Sure, so, um, when I started Akon seven years ago, it was relational based consultancy. So basically, our goal is to have long term key clients and reduce that churn and spend And I also thought that there was a different way to be able to create a consultancy that didn't look like the consultancies that we've all you know, and love and work for, and thought that we could leverage global talent in different ways. So I leveraged a distributed teams, as well as our core team. And so like, our practices really haven't changed. But what we did is we really honed the ability to connect in hybrid ways and connect through video, you know, seven years ago, and that, you know, being able to access global talent is just really important. And I think, really, we've seen the the fruits of that, through hybrid work, quite honestly. And I think organizations are really realizing the power of accessing global talent and that way. But in terms of our practice, we're continuing to thrive in this hybridized environment. Now, others who see the power of that are really appreciating and understanding that, and our clients are getting even more comfortable with that now that it's become more of the norm. So we haven't changed so much in the way that we have practiced, but I everyone around us has. So that's been really nice, because now it's elevating all of us.Fred Bould 6:30Yeah. I guess I, my experience, I'll be really honest, I was, even though at the beginning of my, when I first started Bould design. I worked actually worked from my house for several years. And, and even despite that, I was kind of To be honest, I was a work from home skeptic, I really was I felt like, you know, it's, how are we going to review mockups, and, you know, share sketches and things like that. And, but then when I kind of saw it coming, but I have a brother who lives in Shenzhen, so I've been talking to him about, you know, he was on lockdown, months, months before we were and it was still in question whether it was going to sort of make its way here and you know, what the, what the depth would be and so on. But at some point, I turned to my partners, and I said, Hey, we need to get set up for this. And, you know, we got our we got our system set up so that people could take computers, we'd all be connected and be able to connect to the server and whatnot. And, and sure enough, about two weeks after we did that we you know, the word came down that everybody had to be work from home. And I wasn't, I didn't have a lot of anxiety, even though I was kind of a work from home skeptic, I kind of said, Well, you know, we don't really have a choice. So let's, let's, let's do this. And, you know, 24 hours later, we were set up, you know, 16 people working from 16 different places around the Bay Area. And it worked fine. It was I, you know, I can't say I was surprised because we're, we're very good communicators, and we're well organized. So I think that that that helped us. But it it went pretty well. I think some of our some of our clients saw things go quiet on on their side, you know, in terms of sales, because I think people were, you know, hesitant to go out and buy things when they didn't really know whether they would have jobs or not. I'm talking about the the general population, whether they would have jobs and whether they would be getting paychecks and things like that. But you know, I think when the government stepped in and said, Okay, we're going to, we're going to give people money and people felt reassured and they said, okay, you know, there, somebody, somebody has our backs. And so a lot of our clients have done extraordinarily well. You know, we have clients that are involved with, you know, streaming entertainment, well, guess what, when people can go out, guess what they do? networking equipment, sick, things like that all became very important. So it's actually it's been a pretty good year. And I think we've we've learned an awful lot about the boundaries of what works, you know, for work.Dan Harden 9:29Yeah, it sounds like you've adjusted. I know. Personally speaking, I would agree with you. I've always been a wfh work from home skeptic right when when I would get an email as an employer, you don't want to see wfh, I'm down I'm going to be working for like, Yeah, right. But you know what? My team blew me away. They're so effective. I mean, I never would have guessed that this was possible. But but it does take adjustment and adjust. We did and not only survived, but I think we're thriving more than ever because of it, we learned a lot about one another. Partly because we're all on this equalizing grid like we are right now. And people that didn't work together before, you know, especially the certain engineers and designers or the UX team working with engineers, they get to hear one another's problems and issues. And it's, it's really created a lot of empathy and understanding among individuals in the company. But I can't tell you like, you know, like that first week, when it all came down, this pandemic is going to be such a big problem. I can tell you in one week, we lost three clients. It was like 10% of our business in one week. But you know, this is like, Royal Caribbean, like everyone's like, No, no, I'm not getting on a cruise ship. So you know, they call they're like, stop all work. Some of the gaming industry stop all work. There were a few clients like that it was kind of alarming, I must say.Caroline Flagiello 10:58Yeah, I think a lot of clients gave pause. Right. And they did it, whether it was a couple weeks, or a couple months, you know, we all paused quite frankly, we didn't know we were stuck at home, literally couldn't move. Right. And we didn't know what the virus was doing. A very scary information was coming every day. We were it was social unrest. I mean, we had some major things all happen at once. So I think it was a lot as humans to take in. But Dan, I love what you mentioned about humans, because we saw each other's humanity. I think as as work has changed, our work has completely changed forever, right? We have seen each other's humanity in ways that we've never thought were professional, or we've redefined professionalism for ourselves now.Dan Harden 11:49wOkay, but what does that mean, when it comes to real effective virtual collaboration, because collaboration, you know, it's just it was a buzzword 10 years ago, you have to collaborate, build your team. And we're, we're all used to doing that, you know, in jam rooms, or war rooms, whatever you want to call them. But what about virtual collaboration? And the creative fields? Where are the challenges that you guys have found? And how have you overcome that? Do you think it works?Fred Bould 12:17Yeah, I mean, it's funny, because we looked at things like, you know, like getting tablets and stuff that we could sketch on, and things like that. But then after not too long, we ended up just basically saying, you know, here like this, and, you know, flashing sketches up on, on on the camera, and then on the other side, people go click, and they capture it. And then we'd have these, like, documents, these, like, you know, shared documents running all the time in the background. And it I guess, it was a little bit ad hoc, but it was effective, you know, like, we'd have like a Google present, you know, document going that we would just throw stuff into, we'd like take pictures of sketches and throw them in there or cap, you know, do you know, screen captures and stuff like that. And we kind of got pretty fluid, it was a little bit, you know, a little bit Herky jerky at first. And I have to say, at the end of the day, I would be I would be exhausted. Because you, you know, when you're having a conversation with somebody face to face, you're taking in all this information cues, you know, all sorts of things that are absent when, you know, you're talking to people on little boxes. And so your brains kind of working in overdrive to fill in, you know, to, you know, pull out all the information to camp. And so I would, you know, I enjoyed work, but I have to admit, at the end of the day, I'd be like, wow, I need to go stick my head in a bucket of cold water.Dan Harden 13:58That was such a surprise that that that condition ones mindset after day, it feels like more work even though it sounds like it should be less right working from videowall to design is so social, you know, that's why I was worried about it working in this manner. Because you learn so much through nuance, you know, the subtle look on somebody's face when you see our concept that may not quite resonate with someone, it's enough of a signal to tell you Oh, maybe I should work harder on that detail.Fred Bould 14:28So we're even like the curve of a line on a whiteboard sketch. You don't need it. It can you people will look at it. You can say yeah, it's sort of it accelerates here. And it's harder to do that like this.Caroline Flagiello 14:45It definitely is. But I do think with tools like Miro and like you said screen capture and being able to you know, draw either virtually or you know, I am being able to post you get really fluid. And I think what's really interesting is that we haven't ever leverage the power of video in the way that we have recently, right? Like, we have all these tools. And we've talked about the future of work and what it looks like. But the pandemic accelerated all of these tools in our toolbox. And honestly, like our mirror has been a lifesaver. We like Nero vs mirror roll. But you know, obviously, there's, they're both there. Because our clients are now being able to jump in the boards with us see, the process, it doesn't have to be the tidhar that we've, you know, used throughout our careers, and they get to see the workings we collaborate a lot easier. And then from a design perspective, we get to populate what we want to and then what's great is you can turn those into pages, so you can make those into a presentation. But, but like the design piece of it, like when you're designing physical products, yes, I mean, that's probably the more challenging component of design. But when you're designing systems, culture, change, you know, all of those things, that's a lot easier within the virtual environment. But I do think that we're honing our skills and being able to read each other.Dan Harden 16:18True, there's a really great question that just came in, where do you go for your creative inspiration when you're stuck in your house?Caroline Flagiello 16:24That is a good one.Fred Bould 16:25For me, it's about it's about asking questions. I obviously I want to know, the environment that I'm that I'm operating in. But I think for us, you know, we just looked really closely at who you're designing for, you know, what the what the newest nuances are the function of the the device that you're developing? And, and and prototype.Dan Harden 16:49So, yeah, I would even I would add that design for me is, yes, there's a physicality to it. But even more so I think design is more of a mental construct, requires seeing, observing, feeling sensing, while simultaneously thinking and solving pragmatic problems. And sometimes there's a benefit to having environmental context. In other words, getting out and seeing the world. Yes, sometimes those acts are benefited by having people around you being in a studio. Of course, I missed that. But I can always jump on video as a medium, it kind of replaces that in person. In order to get those juices flowing. And get creative with whatever is around, you might have one one of our designers, he didn't have any polyurethane foam, and he couldn't get in his car to go find polyurethane foam because the stores were closed. So he used aluminum foil to create this, the Hand tool thing I was like what in the world is this pile of aluminum foil, but I'll be darned the shape was there. The idea was there, the ergonomics were there. It was it was really cool to see that. So get creative with whatever is around you. The most important thing is to just stay creative, no matter where you are. I mean, if you're stuck in a little village and in Vietnam, and you get a design idea, figure out with what's around you to whatever you need to do, do it.Caroline Flagiello 18:23I think that that we our creativity has been pushed to new limits, right? How you get access to content, where you search for content, and spread, you aren't stuck in your home, maybe you can go out with a mask. We definitely have done that we literally do are designing this cooler for camping. And I had the design team Meet me at the campsite. So we ended up camping over the weekend. And we were designing in context. Which, you know, normally you visit and then you leave, but we were literally designing and context as a team. So I think you just get creative about how you do things. But I feel like in that creativity, it's opened up new processes for us and new ways of gleaning inspiration and and inspiration from a material standpoint. Like if you think about sustainability, I think we're thinking about what are those materials out there that we can have access to you start making phone calls, you get stuff shipped to you I have boxes coming multiple times a day, write to our studios so we can see the latest, the greatest get get your hands on stuff. So hybrid work does not replace physical touch physical experience is just how you do it. And this process does take longer. That's the other thing. I will say that does design in general has taken longer during COVIDDan Harden 19:52It has that something's longer something faster because you have the tools to make certain decisions like right now. With your client, you know, we're drawing online in video and showing concept literally real time. So there is there is some odd benefit. So considering that the process has certainly changed, did the type of work that were coming into your companies change it certainly did it whipsaw I mean, we got way more health care, work, protection work. Certainly a lot of home goods, because people aren't spending money, you know, their budget allocations going more toward material things that will help them in their home versus getting on an airplane and flying somewhere. And also service design. But where have you guys seen the the uptick and different kinds of work?Fred Bould 20:46I just want to go back to the collaboration thing, because just for one second, because I would actually venture a guess. And like, if I go into the room next door and say, Tell me the truth. Did you guys like the fact that you were kind of, you know, for long periods of time, you were kind of on your own, you had more independence, you had time to think you could try things that maybe wouldn't try when you were in the studio, you know, that there was just a little bit more, I'm guessing that a lot of designers probably felt more independence. And that was probably, you know, liberating and refreshing. I mean, we tried, you know, trying to give designers space, but you know, their schedules and meetings and stuff like that, but I'm venture I'd venture to guess I'd say a lot of designers felt like it was.Dan Harden 21:37I would agree with you, Fred, I might even venture to say that the creative people. Well, you're either more creative when you are very relaxed and your zone, not pressured. Or, or under extreme anxiety. Like I've got a deadline tomorrow morning, Daniel, I got to figure this out. Now, you know, I find that I'm either in one of those two extremes, or I'm very, very heady and kind of like trying to reach my subconscious for solutions on the one hand, and the pandemic has been good for that actually come up with some wild ideas, just like sitting around in my sweatpants. I don't wear a sweat pants, but we don't need to discuss what I wear. So yeah, that's it's really interesting. I think there is an upside to it.Fred Bould 22:27To answer your question, we saw a continuation of what we were what we were saying before, but we did, we did pick up some medical and we actually, one client was COVID, a COVID related project, it was this disinfecting device for commercial spaces. And you know, that had to happen really fast. So we started, you know, we started the project in June last summer, and they were like, yep, we want to be shipping in October. So that's June, July, August, September. That's four months, including design for manufacturing and everything.Unknown Speaker 23:09Well, yeah.Caroline Flagiello 23:11I mean, our work stays pretty consistent. I mean, we're purpose driven and the work that we take on. But what was interesting was the focus is shifted to even more culture, more, the future of so I'm a big futurist, we love the future of tight projects. And the future of work was one that we've worked on in many different sectors, within industry, within governments, and thinking about what it means to reinvent work for ourselves, and or embrace this new way of working because we're in a working Cultural Revolution right now. Where big companies are, like, you know, come back to work, or else and workers are saying or else, right? And so, we need to be flexible. And because we started realizing what's really important to us as humans, we started reevaluating our own values around life work, and it's not work life balance, it's actually work life fluidity. And those boundaries between work and home, they were already starting to shift with, you know, Fridays off or, you know, flex Fridays, etc. But no, it's actually very different now. And so being able to, as designers think about how we're able to incorporate that fluidity in a way that really services people, their heart, their their soul, and feeds us in a different way. We were missing our family, we're missing the life with our heads down work ethic that we have all experienced. And so that's the kind of work that we started seeing more of as well as transitions. What does it mean to transition Thinking about as a culture and as a human, as you go through these transitions? How, what support do you have? What models do you have out there? And, you know, what is your ecosystem? What's your network? And who are the people that thrive in transitions and don't? And so that that's the kind of deeper human work that we started getting into over the course of the pandemic.Dan Harden 25:23Very cool. You know, one, one thing in addition to that, I've also seen that the pandemic has acted like an accelerant for certain businesses and technologies, for example, we're starting to see way more interest in different kinds of precision medicine, or very specific solutions around healthcare. Partly because the technologies are realizing that that's where the answers are, if you look at, you know, what Pfizer and moderna had to go through to create that, that vaccine. And of course, all of this relates to design because we have to ultimately package these solutions and present them in a way they're palpable and understandable intuitive to those end users that that we want to have consumed these products. So we're starting to see way more AI driven diagnostics, lots of biology plus electronics, netting products that are very weird and wild, something like we did recently for this company called Conoco just really unusual things. And the pandemic is, it's been like this, this catalyst in some way good. Some people are like, well, the heck with it, let's do this.Fred Bould 26:34Yeah. There was a doctor at the National Health Service in England, who said that they've seen 20 years of innovation in two weeks. And I, I experienced it myself, I had a pinched nerve in my neck from doing stupid things. And so my doctor said, Well, do you want to do PT on zoom? And again, I was skeptical, but I said, Yeah, sure, that sounds great. Let's do that. And it worked. It was a little bit, you know, was a little bit odd. But it, it worked. You know, here I am three months later, and no more pinched nerve than I, you know, other than seeing the physical therapist online, I'm sure it made their job much harder. Because they couldn't, you know, like bend my neck and say, Hey, Did that hurt, or things like that. But I think we've seen a tremendous amount of innovation in a very short time. And I think that it's opened people's eyes to opportunities for new types of products and services.Dan Harden 27:41Yeah, it is a plus. I think that, you know, when things get tough, people have a tendency to really reassess what they want out of life, and start to think about things like quality of life being more important than quantity of life. And this is, this is really where I want to move the conversation is, it sounds to me, you know, all three of us are experiencing the same kinds of changes in our companies. There is more of an emphasis on quality of life and health care and home centric design. But will it stick? I want it to stick, because it seems like people are being a little bit more sensible. I think quality of life and quality of design go together like peanut butter and jelly. I mean, they work well together. So but but we all live in a wild world, and everybody's trying to make more money, and they're, you know, the traffic's coming back. And are we gonna fall back into these patterns? How can we make it stick in the foreseeable future?Caroline Flagiello 28:38Well, I think one of the things that we are missing, and we're seeing this in our, we've been auditing Silicon Valley companies and honestly, nationally as well. And what's missing is that friction, that friction and that need that, that innovate helps innovators and creatives Spark, and if we don't get back to that level of Spark, which comes from interacting with each other, and or, you know, seeing things and being inspired, you know, like going to see us For example, when person brought up how CES was important to kind of Spark. She used the word envy, but I don't I don't know if it's envy, but like just Spark, you know, that that creative, Uh, huh. Like I want to get in the mix, we will start seeing a push for the lack of comfort, you know, in the home so that we can get to that creative spark. So that's one of the things that we need to think about how do we create that spark or keep that spark going, and we're also posting on a lot of our relationships that we had pre pandemic. So starting a project with a client that you've never met in person and or teammates that maybe you have new hires that just started really hard to do. If you haven't met in person, a lot of projects are failing, all around and every company with teams that haven't met in person. So how do we keep it going in terms of that balance and and honoring what people are feeling like they're missing? But then how do you just keep that that creativity, that hunger alive? haven't figured that out yet?Dan Harden 30:32What do you think, Fred, about that?Fred Bould 30:36I think that there was a lot of friction to enough friction to start a lot of a lot of different fires. So I, you know, I think likeCaroline Flagiello 30:48creative friction, versus like, destructive fire affection.Fred Bould 30:53Yeah, no, I, I think that the, I think that the pandemic, just really, I mean, for me, personally, it, it definitely helped me kind of realign, I feel like there's, you know, within the studio, there's just, I think there's a lot more empathy for everybody. And I think that when people are more empathic than they, they, they're more attentive to each other's needs, and they're kinder to each other. And I think that plays into design, I really, I think that helps you know, us, you know, when we're because we're always sometimes we're the uses of things that we're designing, but a lot of the times where we have to imagine and so I think that when you're more empathic, it's easier to imagine, you know, and you go that extra mile to make create a better experience.Dan Harden 31:42But Fred, how do we make this the tangible benefits that we just heard? And I think there are more unforeseen dividends, right, that have happened from this pandemic? I mean, it's, it's been held for a lot of people, let's face it, not to mention that the disgraceful loss of life, but how do we make some of these, these these good things stick?Fred Bould 32:04I think they'll stick because it's a value shift, the underlying, you know, like, he talked about, you know, mass flow, I think the shape of the pyramid of the base has changed, and what what people are, are going to support and tolerate, it has changed. And so, you know, they're some of the biggest companies in the world, you know, come back and said, Okay, here's what we're gonna do. And people have said, No, I don't think so. I'm not doing that. What else do you have? And so I do think that there, there's a shift and that that employees feel and understand that they have more power. And so and I think that, you know, whoa, whoa, to the, the organization that doesn't take that on board, you can, you can go and pick up the Economist magazine and read, you know, dozens of articles about this kind of thing. Things have things have changed, and things have shifted, and I don't I don't, you know, I feel like it's a, you know, the toothpaste has come out of the tube. We're not you can't put it back in.Dan Harden 33:24Yeah, like, I really, I agree, I hope that some of these, these benefits that we're talking about, really, really do stick, I think it's incumbent upon us designers to make sure that we we do we do carry a new kind of torch, and that we are strong and persuasive, and making sure that we're offering good sound meaningful, truthful solutions to the clients and be brave stand up and just, you know, proclaim what innovation means to you. That's okay. I think there's, I think the big message here is, it's okay. Make your Proclamation. Everybody is we're in this time now.Fred Bould 34:03Yeah. I also kind of wonder, like, so, you know, as a work from home skeptic, you know, I was proven wrong. And I think that, that kind of has emboldened people to say, Okay, well, what other things that I held to be true, are also incorrect. And so I see, I see my designer is asking questions like, well, do we really have to do it that way? Or, you know, is, you know, why is that a sacred cow? Why can't we change that? So? I don't know. I think that I think there's I think there's a shift going on.Caroline Flagiello 34:44Right. Well, I do think as I mentioned before, the idea of work fluidity, that you we as designers need to design tools and experiences that allow work fluidity, so that we are It's not flexibility. And this is the difference. So and I stumbled across this Aha, you know, thinking about the future of work, that it isn't about either or, it's about that we are working in our cars, at the cafe, at home with our teams that are home office back, you know, hopping on a plane working on a plane, like work happens everywhere. And while we may have thought about that, we still think about it as binary work from home, right? Well, actually, it's not just from home. So work fluidity needs to happen as our devices pick up from one area to another, you know, content, our access to content, our access to people, we need to think about that even more, because honestly, our tools are still very limited in what they can do and how they support idea generation collaboration. Well, it's great that we have what we have now, they're really still very, very limited. So I think, to keep it going and moving forward, we need to reinvent our tools for creation, collaboration, communication, and start thinking about other dimensions. So we're even playing around with VR, right, and collaborating conducting meetings, we have, we are just on the precipice of an amazing time, if we choose to take it, our muscle memory is so strong to the way it used to be or normal, I think that we may be missing a big opportunity in advancing how we create, how we work, how we think, how we transmit ideas. And so VR is the real untapped dimension, quite frankly, on how we can collaborate together and start bridging some of those arenas. But I don't want to diminish, you know, the, the in person power because we as human animals can communicate and transmit energy that you just don't get anywhere else. So we need to not forget that, obviously, in person is hugely valuable. But I don't want to miss out on all of the other dimensions that we haven't really tapped fully.I think designers intrinsically, are so good at that. Because many of us are crafts persons, artists, musicians. And it allows you to have this, this touch point with your own humanity. And it's often that that element of that designers bring is sometimes sidelined by big business and managers and CEOs that maybe value the bottom line more than an individual's big idea. So if it's allowed us to bring out more of our humanity, that's, that's awesome. I love that perspective. Carolyn, do you think it's do you think,Fred Bould 38:02you know, like, great tools, right, we have zoom and Google Hangouts, we have all these other things. And when we first you know, I think that the people who develop them were sort of like, Oh, crap, we have like, you know, 500 times, number of people using this now. And I think that they really, they probably, you know, people generally, like, I'm very thankful to be able to talk to people like this. But in fact, the software could be better. You know, it could be easier to use, it could be more flexible, it could allow us to share more easily. And so I'm, I'm guessing that there's this sort of unseen groundswell of people out there going, Wow, there's a lot of opportunity for making this a lot better. And so I think that when you say, how are we going to do it? I think it's probably happening, you know, you know, out there in Silicon Valley and across across the world, people are probably imagining great new ways for collaborating.Dan Harden 39:18To do you think this pandemic in both of your opinions has made us especially designers, has it made us more accountable? Is it going to make us more responsible? Will it prompt us to really think about the essence of a problem and how to how to really go about solving it that might additionally be very sustainable in every way, not just environmentally sustainable?Caroline Flagiello 39:44For sure. I mean, honestly, at the beginning of the epidemic last year, I was on a panel where scientists were talking about from the UK we're talking about you think this viruses bad wait till the Climate change hits you, and you're worried about being in the home now. Just wait. And it's in years, not in 10 years, it's in a couple years. And I honestly, you know, we've heard climate change. And it honestly, it doesn't stick with you, as much as when this scientist was talking, it scared the bejesus out of me. And ironically, from that, that conference to when clicked, you know, client work started picking up again, it was all about sustainability more than ever before. And, and it really gives you pause about, and especially as design leaders, being able to say, Hey, wait a minute, I don't know if that deserves to exist, this product that you want to create, like, let's prove, why does that deserve to exist. And I don't know if I want to partake in creating that thing. And I think also when we think about sustainability, for the product, its lifecycle. And the onus that we have as designers, not just in sustainability, but in the creation of things, or services or experiences, just because I think we really have a lot more power and being able to redirect a refocus. And also be able to shift and build a business case for maybe something that's an alternative that actually has much more positive outcomes. And that process of development as well as much more positive. So in that, though, I will say as designers, it is crucial for us to get up on many different manufacturing techniques out there for let's say sustainability, because I don't think that we have in our toolbox, enough sustainable knowledge to really design effectively, cradle to grave. and beyond. I just thought why don't just think I know. And I think it behooves all of us to really get deep into what this looks like. And sustainability, not just in physical product, but and the whole cycle of our experience, from product services, culture, everything needs to be sustainable. We worked on a program years ago around human resilience, human resilience as part of sustainability, right? And thinking about how we're able to tap into ourselves to be sustainable, which also mirrors back into a earlier point that you made down around. How is this changed us? Like how were we more sustainable as humans in the condition that we're in right now, but also sustainability and the products, as I mentioned, and the services that we design? Yes, we do have greater responsibility than ever before, because we've seen the effects.Dan Harden 42:55Yeah, I also see this, there's has been for the last 50 years, this relentless Corporate Drive to make more money through design. And honestly, I know I do design for a living, but that kind of motivation simply does not inspire me. I mean, my my definition, and the pandemic has really driven this home is of my definition of prosperity is totally the opposite. And like a lot of designers, I mean, I think we have to value meaning over money and outcome for users of our income for corporations. I think growth of cultural value is more important than growth of shareholder value. I think we have to somehow through the means that you just mentioned Caroline, keep pushing for these, these values that are more sustainable, and more holistic definition of what sustainability even is. And I think that's our big challenge. I mean, Fred, I know you because I've known you for a long time. I know so wholeheartedly, you would you would believe in that or tell me maybe that you don't? What do you thinkFred Bould 44:10I i've always I've always been frustrated by the, in order to see real change in sustainability. You have to have a change in you know, it's like steering a supertanker. They are like we've we've gone out many, many times and looked at you know, different types of material that are more ecola more environmentally sound. And they're always these these nice things, but I think it's things are slowly changing, because people are starting to understand, well, you know, I can still do well, by doing good and, you know, at some point, something's going to happen. It's like I've always said with With consumer electronics, if you go and look at the reviews, or you'll get what's selling the best, it's not like something selling 40. And this one's 40%, this one's 30%. And this one's 20%. This one's 10. It's like this one's 90%, because it's the best. And then this one is 6%, because it's cheaper, and then this one selling 3%, because it's really, really cheap. I think we have to get to that situation with, with sustainability, where we can go out and there there are options for you know, for materials and systems that are better. And that we can and that there we can be they can be deployed on a massive scale, not Nish. I'm not talking about, you know, making lamps out of orange peels. I'm talking. Go Go look on the scene, it's there. But no, I'm talking about like, really, really meaningful ways of doing things like, you know, at the at the Tokyo Olympics, they made the they made the beds out of cardboard. Okay, that's awesome. Why, you know, I would it be okay, sleeping on a cardboard bed? You know, I don't I don't, it doesn't, it doesn't need to weigh 600 pounds. You know, I? So I think that there's, there's two things, there's the systems, the infrastructure, and then there's our limited ways of thinking about them.Caroline Flagiello 46:33Right? Well, I wanted to ask, so we're working on sustainable running shoes right now. And it's interesting when you start investigating, like in the running shoe category, you know, all these proclamations, right, from big companies that we all know and love and have worked for around their sustainable shoe. But you know, there's a lot of carbon credits that they're buying, right? And as does he mean, you know, it's kind of cheating, right? It's not, it's not really being sustainable, or using an ecologically sourced material, but it's still last forever. As designers, you know, how now I'm taking your role dance, as designers. How do you feel about pushing back in that arena? Like, what would you work on a project where you knew the client was buying carbon credits, and, you know, basically buying their way into sustainability? Or, you know, how does that fit with you guys?Dan Harden 47:36I think as long as you are able to make the positive change that you should be as a designer, then the means in which that occurs, providing the ends is a good result, some benevolence, some benefit to the end user that I'm okay.Caroline Flagiello 47:52Yeah, it's kind of interesting, because, you know, our client isn't necessarily advocating for that. But it was just the investigation out there seeing the greenwashing if you will, and it doesn't sit well with us, we're like, Huh, if you're really willing to make a change, we're there for you. Right, we're gonna take it, we're gonna see this through. But if you're, it's a marketing ploy. We're not really that interested in engaging?Dan Harden 48:20Oh, I misunderstood your question. And then I hate anything disingenuous. So you know, we and we are often every design firm will you'll pick these moments when you have to ask yourself, should we be doing this? You know, we'd turn one down this morning, a client that wanted to work with us, and we're just like, no. And, yeah, you're those are hard decisions sometimes, because they're, they're often not black and white. Right?Fred Bould 48:47You know, I think you have to ask yourself, okay, is this is this supertanker? Do they want to make a turn? Or do they just want you to, you know, get on the deck and cheer them on? And I think that if you can, if you can make even even an incremental positive impact than it, then it then it's worth doing, because there's definitely somebody else out there who won't care and will just say, yeah, sure, we'll do that. So, you know, if you can, if you can get in there and and even make, you know, like, if we could, if we could get a client to just make a change in their packaging, to go from say, you know, a plastic insert to a compostable insert, you know, from go from like a styrene, or something like that, which is horrible to, to, you know, an egg crate or something like that. Then it's, you know, these these things are, they're all incremental, but they're, I think they're meaningful.Caroline Flagiello 49:53Yeah, and that's a really good point, right, like, increments do add up, they do stack up It is important. And I think to answer the circle back down with your question around responsibility. I do always we're all saying that yes, we do have responsibility to bring up these really hard questions. And then also to guide the process to guide the process towards a better answer are utilizing things that they've already used but a new way. And that's where doesn't always have to be reinvention. Right. It could be rejiggering of an existing system, but just optimized in a way that actually improves exponentially over time. So I just want to circle back.Dan Harden 50:38Yeah, good. Very, very good point. If there's ever a time that we have the IRS, you know, in the C suite, or clients, it's probably now because with all of this change, we're seeing, I mean, whether it's social change, climate change, changes in the Delta variant. I mean, there's just so much that we're dealing with right, it's hard to cope. designers are good at coalescing solutions, at culling from what we see in the world into some form of betterment. I think that spells when there's so much change going on, that spells opportunity to me, change occurs, and very difficult times and very positive times. So I think that's what we're seeing here. And it is our moment to do exactly what you're just saying. So this is this is awesome. we've, we've covered so many interesting things. There have been so many incredible questions coming in. So there are so many here on our list. I'm going to just hand select one or two or three, maybe let's see if we can get through them. These are real time. Let's see. Work From Home is made everyone worked more than ever. And where to guess that end is blurred the line between work and home life? What's your plan for returning to a healthy balance of work and rest for your employees?Fred Bould 52:21Well, we're actually we track that pretty closely, we actually we actually go to people and say, we think you're working too much can what can we do to help you balance your workload? Because I mean, we know that when, when people are working too much, the actual productivity goes down, their happiness goes down. And, you know, the work just isn't as good. There's, there's definitely, you know, there's a limit to how much you should work. And we, we we actually be reviewed that every Monday, we look at how much people the leadership team here looks at it and says, Okay, well, everybody's good, you know, sort of like everyone's somewhere around 40 hours. If somebody is above, then we'll go and talk to them and say, Okay, well, how can we help balance your load? It's, it's super, it's super important that people have known this for for ages to there's, you know, somebody works 70 hours, 70 hours a week is not doing a good job for a number of those hours.Caroline Flagiello 53:35Right. Right. I think also, you know, not capping vacation time, I think, what's been really interesting is, you know, people don't tend to abuse that. I mean, some people can, but if you take the time that you need, and expect everyone to be responsible adults, obviously tracking what's going on, you're able to flex and people are happier, as you had mentioned, Fred. You know, I think also, at least for us, like Gone are the days of, I need to see you working in, you know, your desk, 40 hours plus a week, if I don't see you working, then you're really not productive, right? I think, being able to understand that work in life, if they're going to be more fluid, they're going to happen. And you know, what's interesting is that you need to also take care of your wellness. And we are big advocates of that meaning like, Hey, I just need to take a little bit of time to go for a walk or, you know, I you know, at certain time I'm taking this Pilates class or you know, you know, what have you or I want to take a painting class, and it's, you know, started it this time in the evening. That that says it being able to be fluid, but also you can't abuse it, right. So trying to find that that fluid line, and we've been pretty successful in doing because everyone has that drive to do well, I mean, that's we're hungry, if you're a hungry designer who needs to create and innovate, that's great, but then you have rest time, otherwise, you will never replenish. And when you go, go, go, which is what I think as a society we've been doing, but as designers, if you do not give yourself that downtime, you are an empty husk, empty husk and you will not be able to give your best give your all it's why great ideas come in the shower, right? You need that experience during the day, to be able to and it's daily, to be able to do that. And I think with the way that we've been working, and how easy it is to get on video. I mean, I have to admit, I have not myself been very good. At the end of the day, like I just told my husband, also a designer, I'm like, you know, at the end of today, we're running out of here screaming and going to go get dinner, we call it purple dinner, because we eat in our car, but um, you know, mobile dinner and myrin. So, you know, whatever that is, you need to find that joy,Dan Harden 56:23I would agree that also design it's it's one of these professions where you're so informed by the things that you're not necessarily at the moment thinking about or trying to solve, you know, it's, it's, it's the subtle observation you made about an individual in a conversation that somehow informed the way you're thinking about a design problem a year from now. It all goes in, it all goes in, and then it's your job as a designer to sort of readily access it when you need it the most. And, and apply it and sometimes walking around in your sweatpants. A that's all of a sudden you use career something you see something. Yeah, that's all. So here's my final question for you too. What does design Nirvana mean to you, you know, society as gone through something. And as designers, if we're to learn anything from this, we should be able to carry our profession forward in some way to elevate what we do to advance it to bring it to a higher state of existence. I mean, that's kind of what Nirvana is. But is there such a thing as designer about a will the world really benefit from design? And if so, how? How can we move our, our society you know, we went from an industrial society to a creative one, where are we going now? And what is design Nirvana?Caroline Flagiello 57:55So I will say, for me, I have, personally this mix of futurist with light. And I. So think that we are in this age of technology, and design, much like fashion, where it's hope future, it's in your face, we are we're tethered to our products were tethered to our phones, were tethered to our technology. I think for me, design Nirvana would be that technology recedes into our environment more than it ever has. And we call upon it when we need it. But we need to be able to get back to our humanity in a way that I don't think that we have, and it's why home family, and you know, family values, all these things have resurfaced, when you have a very serious question of life or death, right? And for me, I would love to see technology recede into our walls more recede into our environments more, like I said, and populate, you know, when when we need it, and then it recedes back again. And so for me, if we can as designers almost get over ourselves, and the flashiness of look at the cool thing I just made or the cool system I just designed, and be like, wow, and then it just goes away. That to me would be Nirvana.Fred Bould 59:27I would say for, for me does design Nirvana is and we were talking about this recently, is just meaningful, meaningful, hard to solve problems. Because I think that that's, you know, that's, that's what makes work interesting is to have have a hard problem that that needs to be solved, to work for clients that recognize and value our Our efforts and are supportive of the process that we go through. And I, I would say we have that in our clients are generally very, very supportive of what we do and how we do things. And then, you know, to be to be working with a team of a team of experts, people who are super engaged, and, and really engrossed in love what they're doing. I think that's what that's what makes the the studio special is that there's this, this just sort of, kind of, sort of unspoken understanding amongst everybody that, you know, that we're, you know, what we're doing is, is, is, is challenging, but but fun. And, you know, and we all grow, sort of engaged as a group and supportive of each other as individuals.Dan Harden 1:01:01Awesome. You know, I think we're out of time. And it's a shame because we have received so many questions. There's got to be a way well, you can find all three of us online. Sorry to have just volunteered your more time Carolinian friend. But if you wanted to ask any of us individually, any questions I know, I'd be open answer a few questions. And I'm dan@whipsaw.com. And you can certainly follow us at whipsaw design. I just want to thank everybody for tuning in. It's always a pleasure to do this kind of thing. We do have to just stay connected. What we're trying to do is really just keep our community together and have stimulating conversations like this with really cool people like Caroline and Fred. So thanks, everybody. Huge. Thanks, Caroline. Fred, wonderful. As always seeing you guys and good night.Caroline Flagiello 1:02:00For you, Dan. So good to see you, Fred, too. Thank you for havingFred Bould 1:02:04likewise and thank you to which song for organizing this. I know a lot of work went into it. I appreciate everybody on the team for making it happen.Caroline Flagiello 1:02:14Yes, great job team. Right,Dan Harden 1:02:15that good set. Yeah. Great. Thanks to my team. Alright. Goodbye, everybody. Thanks a lot. Thank you for listening to prism, follow us on whipsaw.com or your favorite streaming platform. And we'll be back with more thought provoking episodes soon. prism is hosted by Dan Harden, Principal designer and CEO of Whipsaw, produced by Gabrielle Whelan and Isabella Glenn, mix in sound design by Eric New See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
2422: Governor Dinner Party

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 117:53


Rod and Karen discuss Coronavirus News, social media can't be held liable for radicalizing Pulse shooter, smoking on a flight causes emergency landing, R. Kelly found guilty, Akon and Bill Cosby defend R Kelly, Welcome To The Cookout™ (Connie Britton, Jason Sudeikis, Awkwafina), woman arrested in murder for hire plot, dipping sauce rage, drunk man joins his own search party and sword ratchetness. Twitter: @rodimusprime @SayDatAgain @TBGWT Instagram: @TheBlackGuyWhoTips Email: theblackguywhotips@gmail.com Blog: www.theblackguywhotips.com Teepublic Store Sponsors: SpaceTrap Clothing Code: TBGWT10 Voice Mail: 704-557-0186

Illuminati Exposed Radio
AKON-GIRLFRIEND-LOVE & HIPHOP ATLANTA

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 13:50


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In This Episode We Discussed #Wizkid interview with #GQmagazine #Bouncerplaydirty and #Armzkorleone fight #Tontodikeh cheating scandal #Akon says rich people deal with more problems than poor people And More.... Visit our channel by clicking on this link: https://www.youtube.com/c/FOTBNetwork/

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 61:31


Back back back again with two more cases of "What ever happened to..." This time we are featuring Lil Kim and Akon, so join us as we figure out what the heck happened to these two! *we did record in a new space for this episode so please forgive some of the lumps and bumps* 

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 49:36


20 years post 9/11 Facebook AI calling Black Men primates Gucci and Jeezy touring together? Akon got rich people problems On this episode Don Peoplez and Trav are joined by @GoddessEva_ to discuss hot topics and current events in Hip Hop, News, Everything Affecting Our Culture, and all the FUCKERY going on around the galaxy! Ya Digggg! Email us at Deadbolt.ATL@gmail.com Follow us on all social media platforms @DeadBoltATL Subscribe to our YouTube channel DeadBolt ATL --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

CoinMarketRecap: Weekly Crypto News
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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 80:31


This week's CoinMarketRecap podcast with Connor Sephton is an El Salvador special. As the country became the first in the world to embrace Bitcoin as legal tender, the crypto community was in a celebratory mood. But the rollout was tainted by technical difficulties and protests… and overshadowed by one of the worst market crashes of 2021 so far.We'll explain all of this news in an easy-to-understand way. A crypto enthusiast will join us from El Salvador to explain the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead — and tell us whether the government's newly launched Bitcoin wallet is up to the job.Crypto journalist and author David Gerard, who is critical of President Nayib Bukele's move, explains why he thinks the Bitcoin Law is bad for the country.CoinMarketCap's Molly Jane Zuckerman is here with a roundup of this week's other crypto headlines.Blockchain engineer David Mihal joins us to explain why more than $800 million worth of Ether has been burned.And a year after R&B star Akon laid the first ceremonial stone of his ambitious crypto-powered city, West Africa journalist Emmet Livingstone gives us an update on how the project is going.