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This is the Cleveland Browns at Los Angeles Chargers Gameday Preview show with Jake Burns of The OBR Film Room Breakdown. We talk betting lines, Keys the game and much more... This is an 'All Eyez on Cleveland' x 'The OBR Film Room Breakdown' crossover production. ✅Support 'All Eyez on Cleveland' by becoming a member and getting access to exclusive content
This is the Cleveland Browns at Minnesota Vikings Gameday Preview Show with Jake Burns of The OBR Film Room Breakdown. We talk Betting lines, Stadium, Keys to the game and more.... This is an 'All Eyez on Cleveland' x 'The OBR Film Room Breakdown' crossover production. ✅Support 'All Eyez on Cleveland' by becoming a member and getting access to exclusive content
This the Cleveland Browns Week Three Gameday preview show with Jake Burns of The OBR Film Room Breakdown. Jake and Brad preview the key aspects of the Bears vs Browns match-up on Sunday at 1PM EST. All Eyez on Cleveland X The OBR FIlm Room Breakdown crossover special. ✅Support 'All Eyez on Cleveland' by becoming a member and getting access to exclusive content
With the unfortunate news about Browns linebacker Jacob Phillips injury coming down, Nathan Zegura of Cleveland Browns Daily joins the show during his drive in to Berea to talk the loss of Phillips and the impact on the linebacker room plus other looming questions about the Browns roster and more.... New Website - https://www.alleyezoncleveland.com/ Support our work at 'All Eyez on Cleveland' by becoming a member here: https://www.patreon.com/alleyezoncleveland Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ken Rodgers, Documentary filmmaker, VP of NFL Films, Showhead of Hard Knocks on HBO and Director of multiple ESPN 30 for 30 films, joins the show to talk about this season of his HBO series Hard Knocks, plus an update on the Browns joint practice with the Giants on Thursday and more... New Website - https://www.alleyezoncleveland.com/ Support our work at 'All Eyez on Cleveland' by becoming a member here: https://www.patreon.com/alleyezoncleveland Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We talk Grant Delpit and his re-injured hamstring, Davion Davis taking first team reps and a look at the Browns 53-man roster as we stand today.... New Website - https://www.alleyezoncleveland.com/ Support our work at 'All Eyez on Cleveland' by becoming a member here: https://www.patreon.com/alleyezoncleveland Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Special guest Ellis Williams of Cleveland.com joins the show to talk about the Browns first preseason game in Jacksonville, the rookies excellent performance, what it means for the depth chart, who improved their standing and who lost ground, plus a look towards the Browns joint-practices with the Giants this week and much more... New Website - https://www.alleyezoncleveland.com/ Support our work at 'All Eyez on Cleveland' by becoming a member here: https://www.patreon.com/alleyezoncleveland.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Special guest Nick Shook, writer for Around The NFL, joins the show to break down some key performances during the Cleveland Browns first preseason game in Jacksonville, Who played well and how their induvial performances affect the Browns depth chart moving forward, plus much more.... New Website - https://www.alleyezoncleveland.com/ Support the work we do at 'All Eyez on Cleveland' and become a member here: https://www.patreon.com/alleyezoncleveland Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Training Camp continues and Jake recaps all of the key highlights from the 12th day. The weather shifted the Browns to their indoor facility which presents a unique challenge given the circumstances of the building in Berea. Jake then highlights the practice with the best snapshots of the day. Then we shift to the visit with Brad Ward and All Eyez on Cleveland where he chats with Brad about the depth chart release and personnel tied to the list, David Njoku's status behind Austin Hooper, and lastly, a discussion on Sharp Analysis's visit on Cleveland Browns Daily and the Browns need to pass more on early downs...and the reasoning behind why they didn't trend higher on that in 2020. OBR TWITCH LINK Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jake Burns of the OBR joins the show to talk about the developing stories at Cleveland Browns training camp...A rash of minor injuries and the Browns need Takk McKinley back. Plus the Browns release an unofficial depth chart...What surprises jump out, the Browns finally play someone else on Saturday and much more... New Website - https://www.alleyezoncleveland.com/ Become a Patron of All Eyez on Cleveland: https://www.patreon.com/alleyezoncleveland Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jackson is joined by Brad Ward of the Browns Wire and All Eyez on Cleveland on the latest episode of the podcast - the expectations of Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah as a rookie linebacker in this defense - Has Donovan Peoples-Jones jumped Rashard Higgins in the WR room? - What position group Brad is focusing on during the preseason?- Are Dan Campbell and Joe Judge doing too much as head coaches in the NFL?
I'm sorry for the wait but we're back! This week I get a chance to speak to actor, film maker and entrepreneur Derrick Worsley. He is also a Tarboro, NC native who has appeared in numerous films and television shows such as Taken 3, Sleepless, All Eyez on Me and Tyler Perry 's The Have and Have Nots. We speak about his military background, how he started in the film and television industry and much more! Check out this interview and many more on BattleTalks.com! --- 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/battletalks/message
Debuting atop the Billboard 200, and the final album to be released during legendary west-coast rapper 2-Pac's lifetime, All Eyez on Me is a hip-hop essential album. Known for it's West Coast anthems, and it's iconic cover, you can't help but think of it as influential. Join us, as we review our first ever album. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This week host Paul Dergarabedian is joined by Tim Sommerfeld, a veteran marketing executive and creative director responsible for creating award-winning advertising campaigns for television, motion pictures and digital entertainment. His career as a motion picture executive includes stints at Walt Disney Pictures, Sony Entertainment, New Line Cinema and Global Road. At Summit Entertainment, he was part of the marketing team responsible for launching the “Now You See Me,” “Divergent” and “RED” franchises, plus six-time Academy Award winner “The Hurt Locker,” as well as all five films of the wildly successful “Twilight Saga”. This episode covers: The intricacies of building a marketing campaign for a new movie The importance of earning the trust of filmmakers and creatives Dealing with unexpected changes during the development of the marketing plan Actors who were collaborative and fun to work with over the years Challenges/benefits of working with large ensemble casts ABOUT THIS EPISODE'S GUEST: Tim Sommerfeld, As a creative marketing consultant, Tim has worked on numerous films, including specialized movies as Lionsgate's Tupac Shakur biopic “All Eyez on Me” and “Overboard” from Pantelion Films. He has also produced long-form content for “HBO: First Look” and the BET Network. Before working as a creative director at The Ant Farm Agency for six years, Tim began his career in local television at WJBK-TV in Detroit and KCBS-TV in Los Angeles. He then moved to FOX Broadcasting where he was responsible for promoting “The Simpsons” and other iconographic comedies. Mr. Sommerfeld holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Temple University, Philadelphia where he majored in Radio-TV-Film. His work has received numerous Key Art Awards, local Emmys and a London International Advertising Award. Tim is a husband, dad and writer. Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
"DJ Rekha digs through massive Jazzy B discography and selects their favorite tunes from the Prince of Bhangra’s trove of hits. Plus, Tibetan duo Anu, Talal Quereshi and more in the beyond segment. Naag - Jazzy B Fly - Anu 00:00 - Intro 01:33 - Naag - Jazzy B 06:51 - Jatt Kaym - Jazzy B 10:32 - Mitran De Boot - Jazzy B, Kaur B, Fateh 15:23 - Purani Yaari - Jazzy B, Babbu Maan 20:19 - Feem (Desi Mix) - Diamond Cut, Jazzy B 25:58 - Feem - Diamond Cut, Jazzy B 27:28 - Dil Luteya - Jazzy B, Apache Indian 34:56 - All Eyez on Me - Jazzy B, Roach Killa 39:23 - Mic Break 41:43 - Fly - Anu 46:03 - Paisa - Talal Quereshi feat. Hasan Raheem 49:44 - Scape No.2 - Anjali 52:35 - Mohabbat - Arooj Aftab 60:13 - Outro 60:30 - Finish "
Jake is joined by "All Eyez on Cleveland's" Brad Ward (@WardOnSports) to discuss the latest Building The Browns and then their mapped outline for key decisions looming ahead of 2021 including one key extension the duo thinks must happen before 2021. #clevelandbrowns #browns #nfldraft #brownsrumors #nfldraft
On today's episode of the 3RIPLE 3HREAT podcast, our featured guest is Coach Chris Evans! Just like most Assistant Coaches and Players, over time they develop a great bond. Coach E and Jermel had an unforgettable encounter. During pre-game and on his stroll from class to class, Jermel would wear headphones. One day Coach Evans asked, “President, what are you listening to?” Jermel replied “That Pac Coach.” Coach E chuckled and asked who Pac was and invited Jermel over to listen to Tupac’s album “All Eyez on Me.” After two hours of conversation, they not only became great friends but got to know each other. To this day, Jermel is grateful for the relationship they developed. They are currently working on projects for the DAE Foundation to expand our services across the country. So many times this game can bring different people together. If you have problems, just play basketball! Here is a little about Coach E: “Mel, I am a native of Owego, NY. I attended Owego Free Academy (where I currently teach and coach) and then Geneseo State University (D3) where I played all four years. The three-point line helped out my career - we finally got it in 1987, my senior year. After a brief career in radio, I went to Northern Ireland where I played two seasons professionally. That experience completely changed the arc of my life - people, culture, confidence, etc. I went to Texas in 1992 - coached at a public school for one year and then moved on to Marine Military Academy (a prep school in Harlingen, TX) where I coached and taught English for three years. This was also a unique and profound experience. I landed the College of Charleston job in 1996. The timing was obviously pretty good! I thought I knew a lot about basketball before I got to CofC, but quickly realized I knew nothing. Coach Kresse was a basketball savant, in my opinion. Additionally, what I learned from you, Sedric, AJ, Thad, DJ, etc will be part of me forever - the life lessons, the competitive drive, etc.”
It's a Thursday edition of The Jordy Culotta Show. Don't blink, because we have All Eyez on Three, as LSU Football's Kevin Faulk stops by. Also, fresh off his trip out West, Mile High Mintzy returns to the Big Apple. He breaks down his experience at the new Penn National Sports Book in Colorado, how he sees the NCAA Tournament shaking out, and more. Then, we wrap up with Shea Dixon of Geaux 247. He talks recruiting, how early enrollees could make an impact for the Tigers, and everything in between.
C'est en 1996 que Tupac Shakur sortait All Eyez on Me, un album culte et indémodable qui propulsera le rappeur de la côte ouest des États-Unis parmi les grandes légendes de son époque. C'est avec nostalgie que le professeur de philosophie Jérémie McEwen et la DJ Aïsha Vertus abordent cette année charnière qui marque un avant et un après dans la culture rap américaine.
Join "The Renegade" J.J. Williams today as he wraps up the "Black Music" portion of his Black History Month celebration. Today he has the perfect bookend to the film that kicked off the "Black Music" portion, which was "Notorious". That film, is "All Eyez on Me", the Unauthorized Story of Tupac Shakur. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/renegadesreviews/support
Finally, the #Sixers, even in a loss, saw what they need out of Ben Simmons. The question is, can it continue? Can it happen with Joel Embiid on the court? Also on this episode: • Let's move on from the Carson Wentz saga for this week and talk some Philadelphia Phillies. Quietly, they are having a very good off-season. Can they contend? • Can Alec Bohm take that next step coming off a shortened season where he hit .338 and had 18 multi-hit games in 44 started? • Zac Eflin showed some more growth last season going 4-2 with 3.97 ERA and 7 Ks a game. Can having him as a solid three make a difference? • 2Pac's All Eyez on Me dropped 25 years ago. Where does he fall on your top MC list? • Jigsaw chronicles • #MLB trivia, and more! In another interesting week in sports, Tony (@TCutillo23), Mikey Googs (@MikeyGoogs), Dan Green (@dmgteach), and Vance Crew (@Crew_love0) cover all the current topics, local and national, while going around the world of Sports to digest the various perspectives. The Heat Ratio Podcast (@heatratiosports) brings a set of unique views and opinions each week to focus on all the big sports stories making it to the top of the headlines. Come join in the discussion and make your opinions heard! Can you bring the Heat? Follow us on IG (@heatratiosports), Twitter (@heatratiosports), YouTube (Heat Ratio Sports), and Facebook (Heat Ratio Sports).
Officially Season 2, what is the direction of the podcast going forward. Time traveling back via my journal (mind catalog) the year is 1996, 25th anniversary of All Eyez on Me. Fugees, The Score, all music 1996 at least the first half. As I take a trip back down memory lane, Hi - YAH 2021, says memba me! But my still my mind is on you all (my children). This is my Audio-Journal to you back in time to present day, the inner thoughts of me (Dad).
Teaching Baseball to newbies | Time - 3:17 NBA Stuff | Time - 19:10 The Golden Age of Point Guard play What the fuck is Draymond Green talking about? NBA All-Star rosters Gully Music for the Streets | Time - 1:40:53 25th Anniversaries Tupac’s All Eyez on Me The Fugees’ The Score Judas & the Black Messiah’s soundtrack Fade Rotten Tomatoes | Time - 2:02:54 Judas & the Black Messiah Review (Spoilers Alert) Twitter Instagram
Let The Beat Play For Him - - in this episode of the podcast, we discuss losing your innocence due to childhood trauma. other topics include celebrating black history month, a diamond in Lil Uzi Vert's forehead, the 25th anniversary of Tupac's "All Eyez on Me", Pooh Shiesty's new album, Lo Noel's new love interest, about 7 different rants and much more...PROTECT YA NECK - - Email: RunningTrizz@gmail.comInstagram: @RunningTrizzSupport the show (https://cash.app/$RunningTrizz)
This week, the iLLogical gang talk about the Buccaneers beating the Chiefs in the Super Bowl (4:24), as well as the NFL Honors and Hall of Fame (21:25). Later, the guys try to understand how Busby just listened to OutKast's 'Aquemini' (48:35), discuss the impact of 2Pac's 'All Eyez on Me' after 25 years (1:14:57), albums that they wish they could re-listen to for the first time (1:46:54), the gorilla glue woman (2:24:26) and more.
0:34 Early show talk 14:06 Boondocks reboot 20:00 Gucci Mane vs Jeezy, Parties in a COVID world 48:07 Blake's Android, This Christmas, Ether 01:04:37 Obama's comments about Rap music, 01:35:00 Jackson 5, Whats Love Got to Do With It 01:46:40 Why do we still care about the Grammys? 01:56:50 Fat Albert, McRib, Bodyodyyodyyody 02:33:43 All Eyez on me, ODB 02:43:50 CN gets woke
We continue our series discussing who had the best three-album run in ‘90s hip hop with an absolute behemoth collection - yes, we dive into 2Pac’s Me Against the World, All Eyes on Me and Makaveli: The Don Killuminati: The Seven Day Theory
Welcome to Nooks and Crannies!Sunday Sidebar: Musical Karrington, The Real Dude, Rocks!::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::Howdy there folks, hope you are ready to listen to the episode that I hope does not get us sued…Musical Karrington, the Real Dude, Rocks…aside from his fandom of Billy Talent and Coldplay of course! :-)From Green Day and Foo Fighters, to Ryan Bringham and the Chicks, or maybe some mid-90s Gangsta rap is more your thang..we cover it all in about 30 odd mins. Lots of links below, but for now...enjoy!Be Well Folks, Peace and Solidarity, Keep Fighting, and if you do, then everything gonna be alright.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::Real Dudes, an Indie Gaming Podcasthttps://www.realdudespodcast.comMusic Played:Green Day – She, Longview; DookieRyan Bringham – Southside of HeavenMC Eiht – Straight up Menace, Menace II Society Soundtrack2pac – Picture me Rollin, All Eyez on MeColdplay – Champion of the World, Everyday LifeFoo Fighters – Monkey Wrench, The Color and the ShapeBilly Talent – Red Flag, Billy Talent IILimp Bizkit – Rollin’ Chocolate Starfish and the Hotdog Flavored Water (ugh)Jimi Hendrix – Little Wing, Axis: Bold as Love::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::N&C LinksAll The Episodeshttps://nooksandcrannies.podbean.comAll Our Links in One Placehttps://linktr.ee/nooksandcranniesDrop us a line: Nooksandcranniespod@gmail.comTweet a little Tweet at Us: https://twitter.com/NooksCrannieFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/nooksandcranniespodcastPonder Evan’s Blurry Pictures: https://www.instagram.com/nooks_and_crannies_pod/Find Nooks and Crannies on SpotifyFollow, Rate and Review on Podchaser (please!)Graphics by Donna Humehttps://donnahumedesigns.com/contact :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::Theme Music Attribution:Cullah - "Neurosis of the Liver" on "Cullah The Wild" https://www.cullah.com/discography/cullah-the-wild/neurosis-of-the-liver Under license (CC BY 4.0) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
Welcome to The Browns Wire Podcast, hosted by Josh Keatley (@JoshKeatley16). This week, Brad Ward (@WardOnSports), host of the All Eyez on Cleveland Podcast comes on to discuss Indianapolis Colts takeaways & Pittsburgh Steelers predictions. Browns are going for five straight wins The Colts are a playoff team The Steelers defense may be better than the Colts Austin Hooper autograph giveaway: your chance to win an Austin Hooper autograph — like, follow and share and it can be yours. Give the Browns Wire Podcast a like on Facebook and follow on Twitter It’s also available on all of your favorite podcast apps, including iTunes, TuneIn, Stitcher and Spotify. Thanks for listening! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Topics: Tupac death, Fugees, Set It Off, Moesha (Bonus Artist: hidingtobefound) http://afropopremix.com 1996 Snapshots 1. President: Bill Clinton 2. Jan - Whitewater scandal: U.S. First Lady Hillary Clinton testifies before a grand jury. 3. Feb - Daniel Green is convicted of the murder of James Jordan, the father of basketball star Michael Jordan. 4. Mar - Lyle and Erik Menendez are found guilty of first-degree murder for the shotgun killing of their parents. 5. Apr - Chicago Bulls set a new NBA record for the most wins in a season, 70. 6. May -? 7. Jun - The Colorado Avalanche wins their first Stanley Cup in their first season based out of Denver and The Chicago Bulls win their fourth NBA Championship by defeating the Seattle Supersonics. 8. July - The Centennial Olympic Park bombing at the 1996 Summer Olympics kills 2 and injures 111. 9. Aug - Tiger Woods makes his professional PGA Tour debut. 10. Sep - Tupac Shakur dies. 11. Oct - The Fox News Channel is launched. 12. Nov - Bill Clinton defeats Republican challenger Bob Dole to win his second term. 13. Dec - Death of JonBenét Ramsey: A six-year-old beauty queen is beaten and strangled in the basement of her family's home in Boulder, Colorado; her body is found the following day. 14. Open Comments: 15. Music Snapshots 16. #1 Macarena (Bayside Boys Mix), Los del Río 17. #2 One Sweet Day, Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men 18. #3 Because You Loved Me, Celine Dion 19. Record of the Year: Change the World – Eric Clapton 20. Album of the Year: Falling Into You – Celine Dion 21. Song of the Year: Change the World 22. Best New Artist: LeAnn Rimes 23. Best Female R&B Vocal Performance: You're Makin' Me High – Toni Braxton 24. Best Male R&B Vocal Performance: Your Secret Love – Luther Vandross 25. Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal: Killing Me Softly – Fugees 26. Best R&B Song: Exhale (Shoop Shoop), Babyface, songwriter (Whitney Houston) 27. Best R&B Album: Words – The Tony Rich Project 28. Best Rap Solo Performance: Hey Lover – LL Cool J 29. Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group: Tha Crossroads – Bone Thugs-N-Harmony 30. Best Rap Album: The Score – Fugees 31. Movie Snapshots 32. #1 Independence Day 33. #2 Twister 34. #3 Mission: Impossible 35. Notables: Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood, The Birdcage, Fargo, A Thin Line Between Love and Hate, The Nutty Professor, Kazaam, Set It Off, Space Jam, Jerry Maguire. 36. TV Snapshots 37. #1 - ER 38. #2 - Seinfeld 39. #3 - Suddenly Susan 40. Debuts: Moesha, The Daily Show, Kenan & Kel, The Steve Harvey Show, In The House, Malcolm & Eddie, Homeboys in Outer Space, The Jamie Foxx Show 41. Economic Snapshots 42. Income = 36.3k (Previously 36K) 43. House = 118.2K (113) 44. Car = 16.3k (15.5) 45. Rent = 554(550) 46. Harvard = 27.5k (26k) 47. Movie = 4.42 (4.35) 48. Gas = 1.22 (1.12) 49. Stamp = .32 (-) 50. Social Scene: Tupac Killed 51. Childhood: Tupac Shakur, born Parish Crooks, was born on June 16, 1971, to Black Panther activist parents in New York City. Thirteen days later, his mother, Alice Faye Walker (Afeni Shakur), changed his name. The parents wanted to avoid him being targeted by Black Panther-affiliated enemies. His mother was imprisoned while she was pregnant with him. Tupac's father, Billy Garland, was also a Panther but lost contact with Afeni when Tupac was five years old. The rapper would not see his father again until he was 23 - I thought my father was dead all my life. 52. Early Life: He had a difficult childhood, as he grew up in the company of criminals, militant activist, violence, and a drugged addicted mother with a transient lifestyle. Art became a constructive and safe escape. His first acting stint was in 1983 (@12 yrs. old) with the Harlem’s 127th StreetRepertory Ensemble when he performed in a play ‘A Raisin in the Sun’ at the Apollo Theater. In 1984, Tupac's family moved from New York City to Baltimore, Maryland.There he studied poetry, jazz, acting, and ballet at the Baltimore School for the Arts and befriended Jada Pinkett. The family later moved to Marin City, California, across the bay from Oakland, in 1988 (@17 yrs. old). They went to the home of a woman Afeni had been close to during her Black Panther days and lived in a poor housing complex, referred to as ‘the Jungle.’ 53. Early Career: While attending high school he participated in a poetry workshop known as The Microphone Sessions, organized by Leila Steinberg, who would eventually become his first manager. She introduced 19-year-old Tupac to Atron Gregory, a manager for the World Class Wrekin Cru’ and tour manager for NWA, who had just returned to the Bay Area, started TNT Records, and quickly gained attention by signing Digital Underground. Gregory matched Tupac with Digital Underground as a roadie and backup dancer. Tupac’s talent was soon recognized by the group, and he began rapping in some of their songs. He debuted on ‘Same Song,’ which was featured in the 1991 film Nothing But Trouble. (@20 yrs. old) 54. Solo Career: He released his debut solo album ‘2Pacalypse Now’ in 1991. (Big hit - 'Brenda's Got a Baby') Also in 1991, Shakur filed a $10-million lawsuit against the Oakland Police Department for allegedly brutalizing him over jaywalking. The case was settled for about $43,000. (1992 - Juice, first starring role) His second album, ‘Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z’ came out in 1993. It was more successful than its predecessor and contained the hits ‘Keep Ya Head Up’ and ‘I Get Around’. (1993 - Poetic Justice, co-starred with Janet Jackson) In 1994, he formed a group Thug Life and they released one album ‘Thug Life: Volume 1. (1994 - Above the Rim, Co-starred with Duane Martin) During this period he had several brushes with the law (he was associated with the shooting of a 6 yr. old Qa'id Walker-Teal in Marin City / shooting two policemen / various physical assaults) and was shot in an armed robbery case. After recovering from the shooting, he was sent to prison on a sexual assault charge. He released the album ‘Me Against the World’ in 1995 (@24) while serving his prison term. The album was an immediate hit and debuted at number one on the Billboard 200. 55. Final Album: During 1995, while imprisoned, impoverished, and with his mother about to lose her house, Tupac had his wife get word to Marion Suge Knight, in Los Angeles, boss of the Death Row Records, at the time a verry successful company, and asked for a meeting. Tupac's mother received $15k, Suge paid Tupac's $1.4m bail, signed the rapper, and went to work on the album ‘All Eyez on Me’. The album was recorded in two weeks! In a matter of two weeks, Tupac recorded and completed the double-disc album, completing two out of three albums he owed Death Row. (The third release would end up being the posthumously released The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory) Released in February of 1996, the album featured five singles and went multi-Platinum in just a few months after its release. 56. Death: Seven months later, in September 1996, Tupac was killed in a drive-by shooting. He was 25 years old. 57. Open Comments: 58. Question: Confused young man or someone to be taken seriously? (What did he represent?) 59. Music Scene: 60. Black Songs in the Top 40 61. #1 Macarena (Bayside Boys Mix), Los del Río 62. #2 One Sweet Day, Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men 63. #4 Nobody Knows, The Tony Rich Project 64. #5 Always Be My Baby, Mariah Carey 65. #6 Give Me One Reason, Tracy Chapman 66. #7 Tha Crossroads, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony 67. #9 You're Makin' Me High / Let It Flow, Toni Braxton 68. #10 Twisted, Keith Sweat 69. #11 C'mon N' Ride It (The Train), Quad City DJ's 70. #14 Exhale (Shoop Shoop), Whitney Houston 71. #16 Sittin' Up in My Room, Brandy 72. #17 How Do U Want It / California Love, 2Pac featuring K-Ci and JoJo 73. #20 Hey Lover, LL Cool J 74. #21 Loungin, LL Cool J 75. #23 Be My Lover, La Bouche 76. #27 I Can't Sleep Baby (If I), R. Kelly 77. #32 Not Gon' Cry, Mary J. Blige 78. #33 Gangsta's Paradise, Coolio featuring L.V. 79. #34 Only You, 112 featuring The Notorious B.I.G. and Mase 80. #35 Down Low (Nobody Has to Know), R. Kelly featuring The Isley Brothers 81. #36 You're the One, SWV 82. #37 Sweet Dreams, La Bouche 83. #38 Before You Walk Out of My Life / Like This and Like That, Monica 84. #40 1, 2, 3, 4 (Sumpin' New), Coolio 85. #42 No Diggity, Blackstreet featuring Dr. Dre 86. Vote: 87. Top RnB Albums 88. Jan - Waiting to Exhale, Soundtrack / Various artists 89. Feb - Str8 off tha Streetz of Muthaphukkin Compton, Eazy-E 90. Mar - All Eyez on Me, 2Pac 91. Mar - The Score, Fugees 92. Apr - The Coming, Busta Rhymes 93. Apr - The Resurrection, Geto Boys 94. Jun - Gettin' It (Album Number Ten), Too Short 95. Jun - Legal Drug Money, Lost Boyz 96. Jun - The Nutty Professor, Soundtrack / Various artists 97. Jul - Secrets, Toni Braxton 98. Jul - Keith Sweat, Keith Sweat 99. Jul - It Was Written, Nas 100. Aug - Beats, Rhymes and Life, A Tribe Called Quest 101. Sep - ATLiens, Outkast 102. Sep - Home Again, New Edition 103. Oct - Another Level, Blackstreet 104. Nov - Bow Down, Westside Connection 105. Nov - Ironman, Ghostface Killah 106. Nov - The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory, Makaveli 107. Nov - Tha Doggfather, Snoop Dogg 108. Dec - Hell on Earth, Mobb Deep 109. Dec - Muddy Waters, Redman 110. Vote: 111. Featured Artist: The Fugees 112. Lauryn Hill (@21 yrs. old in 1996) was born in 1975 to a high school teacher and computer expert in New Jersey. Her mother played piano and her father sang in nightclubs. Young Lauryn sang in church choirs, gospel groups and showed a strong voice. She loved '60s and '70s soul and by age thirteen, she was playing the amateur night showtime at the Apollo, doing a cover of Smokey Robinson's "Who's Loving You". Hill nabbed minor roles on television's As the World Turns and in the film Sister Act II: Back in the Habit. Her work with the Fugees began in 1987 in high school with friend Prakazrel Samuel Michel. 113. "Pras" (@23 in 1996) was born in Brooklyn in 1972 and raised in New Jersey. He showed an early interest in music and attended Rutgers University and Yale University, pursuing a double major in Philosophy and Psychology. 114. Wyclef Jean (@27 yrs. old) was born in 1969 in Haiti, the son of a minister. When he was nine, he moved to the projects of Brooklyn, and later New Jersey, where he took up guitar and the study of music. 115. The trio formed in the late '80s, named themselves the Tranzlator Crew and used Hill's soap opera acting proceeds to pay for equipment. They toured the tri-state area and were signed to major label Ruffhouse/Columbia in 1993. Hill was still a minor. Shortly thereafter, they renamed themselves Fugees, a derisive slang term for refugees, and released a debut 12-inch Fugees (Tranzlator Crew) "Boof Baf" to no notable sales. 116. Their 1994 debut LP Blunted on Reality, stylized in a fashion like A Tribe Called Quest, Poor Righteous Teachers, and Digable Planets, did better. However, it was the remixed versions of "Nappy Head (Mona Lisa)" and "Vocab" that earned the group another budget for a follow-up album. (Also, notable, in later interviews Pras would say that a married Wyclef and the underage Hill were having a clandestine relationship at the time) 117. Combining a mix of conscious hip hp, soul, and reggae, with a homemade basement studio, sampled melodies, live guitars, bass, keys, "The Score" arrived in 1996, filling the void between gangsta and glitter. It became an instant classic, ultimately selling over 18 million copies. 118. Open Comments: 119. Internal "Affairs": In the summer of 1996, on the Smoking Grooves Tour, Hill met Rohan Marley, (one of Bob Marley's kids) and even though the former University of Miami football player was initially rebuffed, because Hill was still seeing Jean, , no one knew who the child really belonged to. 120. In the summer of 1996 Hill had met Rohan Marley, a son of Bob Marley and a former University of Miami football player. Hill subsequently began a relationship with him, while still also involved with the married Wyclef. She soon became visibly pregnant. Marley and Hill's first child was born the following summer. 121. Soon after Zion was born, she learned that Marley already had a wife and two children from another marriage. 122. Amid newfound international fame and baby Daddy drama, Wyclef did not support Hill's solo desires (she had made appearances on Wyclef's solo project), thus leading to the group splitting up. 123. Hill started work on The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill; blocking out Wyclef Jean from any type of production help after he had snubbed her. Her old-school takes on "Doo Wop (That Thing)" helped it rule the charts in 1998 and win five Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year, Best New Artist, Best Female R&B Vocal Performance, Best R&B Song, and Best R&B Album -- the most ever for a woman. 124. Meanwhile, Hill was having more of Marley's children and becoming close with Brother Anthony, a spiritual adviser who studied the Bible with her several times per week. In 2001, she recorded an MTV Unplugged session where she broke down in tears and admitted to being deranged and emotionally unstable. Rolling Stone called the session "a public breakdown", though it debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 and went platinum. 125. She has been a sporadic and reluctant public figure ever since. 126. Question: Have you ever had an affair with a co-worker? How did it turn out? 127. Movie Scene: Set It Off. [Directed by F. Gary Gray Action, Crime, Drama, Romance, Thriller. Starring Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett, and Vivica A. Fox] 128. Rotten Tomatoes, Critics Consensus: It may not boast an original plot, but Set It Off is a satisfying, socially conscious heist film thanks largely to fine performances from its leads. 129. Emanuel Levy, Variety 11-1996: Influenced by "Thelma & Louise" and "Waiting to Exhale," F. Gary Gray's "Set It Off" is a well-crafted girls-n-the-hood actioner, with an acute social conscience and plenty of soul. A tale of female bonding and empowerment, this relevant film boasts a terrific cast, headed by Jada Pinkett and Queen Latifah in career-making performances. 130. Stephen Holden, New York Times 11-1996: Just Trying to Get Even While They Get Rich. On the long list of Hollywood heist movies that make you root for its criminals to steal a million dollars and live happily ever after, F. Gary Gray's film ''Set It Off'' is one of the most poignantly impassioned. If this messy roller coaster of a film often seems to be going in several directions at once, it never for a second loses empathy for its quartet of black female bank robbers who grew up together in a Los Angeles housing project and earn meager wages working for a janitorial service... A pop psychologist might translate the story into a fable called ''Women Who Rob Banks and the Society That Hates Them.' 131. Roger Ebert 11-1996: “Set It Off” is advertised as a thriller about four black women who rob banks. But it's a lot more than that. It creates a portrait of the lives of these women that's so observant and informed; it's like “Waiting to Exhale” with a strong jolt of reality. The movie surprised and moved me: I expected a routine action picture and was amazed how much I started to care about the characters. 132. Kent, Entertainment Weekly 09-2019: Why Set It Off is an era-defining film that shouldn't be remade. We are clearly in the age of reboots and remakes, but the '90s heist film is irreplaceable. 133. Question 1: Remake or Sequel? 134. Question 2: Do we really want more black female action heroines/stories? (i.e., women of Black Panther, "Breaking In" movie, Berry, Valkyrie, Guardians...etc.) 135. TV Scene: Moesha 136. Screen Rant: No show lasts for six seasons without making a cultural impact; Moesha was nominated for 32 awards and won three: two NAACP Image Awards and one SHINE Award. The series was syndicated, and still airs around the world. Netflix picked up streaming rights to the series in 2020, which became available to US subscribers on August 1, 2020. As new viewers will discover, however, despite how influential the show was, it ends abruptly after a significant cliffhanger for the main character in the season 6 finale. Despite the recognition, the show steadily declined in ratings, leading to its cancelation. 137. Moesha Mitchell went through quite the journey on Moesha. At the beginning of the series, Moesha was still dealing with her mother's death a few years prior and learning to come to terms with her new stepmother, Deirdre "Dee" Mitchel (Sheryl Lee Ralph) — who just happened to be the vice principal at Moesha's school. The final season sees Brandy experiencing the trials and tribulations of being a young adult, complete with an engagement to long-time on-again, off-again boyfriend Quinton "Q" Brooks (Fredro Starr) and attending college. The final episode ends with the reveal of a positive pregnancy test in Moesha's dorm — who it belongs to, however, is a mystery. Since the show never got another season, the storyline was never resolved. 138. According to EW, at the time, UPN's plan was to address the pregnancy cliffhanger in the spin-off series The Parkers, which premiered on the network in 1999. The Parkers followed Moesha's "boy-crazy" friend Kimberly Ann "Kim" Parker as she navigated attending college with her mother, who has decided to enlist at the same time as her daughter. For unknown reasons, however, the planned resolution never took place, despite The Parkers running until 2005. With there being reports of a possible reboot series in the works, perhaps this Moesha storyline — as well as the question of what happened to Moesha's brother Myles, who disappeared in the finale — can finally be laid to rest." 139. Question: Is it reboot worthy? / Is any classic black TV show reboot worthy? 140. Vote: Best/most important/favorite pop culture item from 1996?
It was a pleasure and honor, as a Frisco native to have on our podcast the one and only, the Playa of the Bay, the man with the brim hat on who put Frisco on the map, Rappin' 4-Tay.Anthony Forté aka Rappin’ 4-Tay is an original Bay Area rapper from the Fillmore District of San Francisco, California. 4-Tay wasted no time showing the world his swag style. Right after high school, he made his debut featuring on the album Life Is...Too Short by the legend Too Short. After a brief stint away (for some weed, which is legal now), Rappin' 4-Tay returned with the album Rappin’ 4-Tay Is Back. 4-Tay and his friends Franky J and Fly released the record on their new record label, Rag Top Records. 4-Tay cemented his reputation as the #1 player/rapper with the hit single “Playaz Club” off his 1994 album Don't Fight the Feelin'. This new album made him a local favorite, due to his hardcore style, which didn't romanticize the ghetto.Throughout his career Rappin 4-Tay has earned the respect of hispeers. In 1996, the legendary 2Pac tapped 4-Tay for a feature on “Only God Can Judge Me”, one of the most popular songs on the 7x platinum album All Eyez on Me. He was featured on the song "My Alphabets" on fellow Bay Area rap veteran Mac Dre's 2004 album The Genie of the Lamp. In 2014, 4-Tay provided Drake with a verse for the hit song “Who Do You Love?” released with rapper YG. Rappin’ 4-Tay is currently working with a number of artists on features, new tracks, beats, and live appearances.#RealCityAmbassadors #RCA #Rappin4Tay #PlayazClub #BayArea #YayArea #Frisco #Fillmore #SanFrancisco #HipHop
"The week DJ Rekha select her recent favorite Punjabi tunes ending the first segment with a classic saxophone laden throwback. The beyond segment takes on dubby tone including a super long track that is worth the listen. Hero Warga - Kaur B Meena - Gaudi 00:00 - Intro 01:53 - Hero Warga - Kaur B 05:05 - 8 Parche - Baani Sandhu feat. Gur Sidhu 08:32 - Bulguri - Kulwinder Billa & Shipra Goyal 11:57 - Rough Look - Gagan Kokri feat. Gurlez Akhtar 15:20 - Pabb Hauli - Garry Sandhu feat. Pav Dharia 18:21 - Jaani Tera Naa - Sunanda Sharma 21:22 - Sandhu Takeover - Manni Sandhu, Navaan Sandhu & Amar Sandhu 24:41 - All Eyez on Me - Jazzy B feat Roach Killa 29:11 - Bhangra Muffin - Sat-Rang 33:25 - Mic Break 35:48 - Impermanence (Dub Harmony) - Tony Talwar 40:57 - The Dubpossessed - Dr. Das 44:00 - Meena - Gaudi 48:14 - Tall King Dub - Badawi 51:00 - Dub Unity - Jumme Khan & Ravana 59:14 - Outro 60:08 - Finish "
Topics: WTC Bombing, Urban Fashion, Dr. Dre, Menace II Society, Living Single (Bonus Artist: Luck) http://afropopremix.com/ https://www.vibe.com/2016/01/1993-the-year-hip-hop-and-rb-conquered-the-world "1993: The Year Hip-Hop And R&B Conquered The World" 1993 was a historically transformative period for hip-hop and rhythm and blues. When VIBE Magazine dropped its iconic black and white debut issue in September of 1993—featuring a ridiculously fresh faced Snoop Doggy Dogg gracing the landmark cover—it was yet another reminder how ubiquitous urban culture had become. 1993: Hip Hop Artist that released albums A Tribe Called Quest / Bone Thugs-n-Harmony / Cypress Hill / De La Soul / Digable Planets / Digital Underground / DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince / Eazy-E / Fat Joe / Geto Boys / Heavy D & the Boyz / Ice Cube / Ice-T / Insane Clown Posse / Jodeci / Jungle Brothers / Kid Rock / Kris Kross / KRS-One / LL Cool J / Luke / MC Lyte / Naughty by Nature / Onyx / Queen Latifah / Run-D.M.C. / Salt-n-Pepa / Shaquille O'Neal / Snoop Dogg / Tag Team / The Roots / Too Short / Tupac / Wu-Tang Clan / Yo-Yo Next recording: Sunday June, 28th 2020 Time: Decatur / Tulsa - 12 noon Denver - 11a California - 10a Topics: Social - World Trade Center bombing Social - Urban fashion Music - The Chronic, by Dr. Dre Movies - Menace II Society TV - Living Single 1. 1993 notes 2. Bill Clinton, President 3. Feb – Former tennis player Arthur Ashe, 49, dies of the AIDS virus in New York. Ashe was believed to have contracted the virus from a blood transfusion during a heart surgery ten years earlier. 4. Feb – World Trade Center bombing: In New York City, a van bomb parked below the North Tower of the World Trade Center explodes, killing six and injuring over 1,000. 5. Feb – Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agents raid the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas, with a warrant to arrest leader David Koresh on federal firearms violations. Four agents and five Davidians die in the raid and a 51-day standoff begins. 6. Mar - ESPN holds the first ever ESPY Awards. 7. Apr – The Kuwaiti government claims to uncover an Iraqi assassination plot against former U.S. President George H. W. Bush shortly after his visit to Kuwait. Two Iraqi nationals confess to driving a car bomb into Kuwait on behalf of the Iraqi Intelligence Service. 8. Apr - Colorado Rockies becomes a baseball team 9. Jun - The final episode of Soul Train with Don Cornelius as host airs. 10. Jul – U.S. President Bill Clinton announces his 'Don't ask, don't tell' policy regarding homosexuals serving in the American military. 11. Sep – PLO leader Yasser Arafat and Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Rabin shake hands in Washington D.C., after signing a peace accord. 12. Oct – A large scale battle erupts between U.S. forces and local militia in Mogadishu, Somalia; eighteen Americans and over 1,000 Somalis are killed. The assault was planned to include an air and ground phase. As the mission was ongoing, Somali forces shot down two American Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters using RPG-7s. A desperate defense of the downed helicopters began, which would become dramatized in the 2001 film Black Hawk Down. Fighting lasted through the night to defend the survivors of the crashes, including the insertion of two sniper commandos who would be posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor. In the morning, a UNOSOM II armored convoy fought their way to the helicopters, incurring further casualties but eventually rescuing the survivors. 13. Nov – President Clinton signs the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act into law, requiring purchasers of handguns to pass a background check. 14. Open Comments: 15. Top 3 Pop Songs 16. #1. "I Will Always Love You" Whitney Houston 17. #2. "Whoomp! (There It Is)" Tag Team 18. #3. "Can't Help Falling in Love" UB40 19. Record of the Year: "I Will Always Love You", Whitney Houston 20. Album of the Year: The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album 21. Song of the Year: "A Whole New World" by Peabo Bryson & Regina Belle 22. Best New Artist: Toni Braxton 23. Best R&B Vocal Performance, Female: Toni Braxton for "Another Sad Love Song" 24. Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male: Ray Charles for "A Song for You" 25. Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group: Sade for "No Ordinary Love" 26. Best Rhythm & Blues Song: "That's the Way Love Goes" by Janet Jackson 27. Best Rap Solo Performance: Dr. Dre for "Let Me Ride" 28. Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group: Digable Planets for "Rebirth of Slick (Cool Like Dat)" 29. Top 3 movies 30. #1. Jurassic Park 31. #2. Mrs. Doubtfire 32. #3. The Fugitive 33. Notables: CB4, Groundhog Day, The Crying Game, Falling Down, Indecent Proposal, Who's the Man?, Sleepless in Seattle, Poetic Justice, Carlito's Way, A Bronx Tale 34. Top 3 TV Shows 35. #1. 60 Minutes 36. #2. Home Improvement 37. #3. Seinfeld 38. Debuts: Living Single (Forgot to Mention "Martin" debut for 1992) 39. Economic Snapshots 40. Avg. Income: 31k (30k - previously) 41. New Home: 113k (122.5k) 42. Avg Rent: 532 (519) 43. New Car: 12.7k (16.9k) 44. Harvard: 23.5k (15.4k) 45. Movie Ticket: 4.14 (4.25) 46. Gas: 1.16 1.05 (1.05) 47. Stamp: .29 (.29) 48. Social Scene: WTC Bombing 49. A 1,200-pound bomb in a Ryder rental truck parked in a parking garage beneath the World Trade Center exploded. The explosion created a hole about 6 stories deep. An estimated 50,000 people were evacuated, yet only 6 people died. 50. Ramzi Yousef directed the organization and execution of the bombing. He said he did it to avenge the sufferings Palestinian people had endured at the hands of US-aided Israel. He is the nephew of Khalid Shaikh Mohammed - the accused mastermind of the 2001 attacks on New York and Washington that killed nearly 3,000 people and ultimately brought down the World Trade Center. 51. Timeline 52. February 26, 1993 - At 12:18 p.m. ET, a bomb explodes on the second subterranean level of Vista Hotel's public parking garage, below the 2 World Trade Center building. 53. February 28, 1993 - The FBI confirms that a bomb caused the explosion. In the wreckage, federal agents find shattered van parts with a vehicle identification number. 54. March 4, 1993 - Mohammad Salameh is arrested after he claims a refund on a rented van authorities believe carried the explosives. 6 More arrested over next 8 months. 55. March 29, 1993 - The World Trade Center re-opens. 56. August 25, 1993 - Sheik Omar Abdel-Rahman (The Blind Sheik) an Egyptian cleric who emigrated to the United States, is indicted for involvement for in the terrorist plot. Some of the 1993 bombing suspects frequented the New Jersey mosque where he preached. 57. February 7, 1995 - Suspected WTC bombing mastermind Yousef is captured abroad by the FBI and State Department. 58. October 1995 - Abdel-Rahman is convicted of seditious conspiracy and sentenced to life in prison. 59. January 8, 1998 - After being convicted, Yousef is sentenced to 240 years in prison for his role in organizing the bombing. "I am a terrorist and proud of it," he tells the court. He has been locked away in solitary confinement at the federal "Supermax" prison in Florence, Colorado, since 1998. 60. February 18, 2017 - Abdel-Rahman, the blind Egyptian-born cleric who inspired terrorist plots including the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, passes away in an American prison at the age of 78. 61. Question: What do you remember about this attack and/or the 9/11 attack? 62. Social Scene (2) Urban Wear / Street gear explosion 63. First generation of hip-hop acts dressed like the top RnB acts that influenced them: Classic Motown, Rick James, Michael Jackson, Prince, George Clinton, etc... 64. 1983: Run-DMC set a new standard in hip-hop fashion, choosing casual wear like adidas sneakers and Kangol hats over suits, fancy shoes and other expensive gear. They popularized, the B-Boy look of bucket hats, sneakers, and gold chains. 65. Mid 80's Dapper Dan, born Daniel Day, a haberdasher who would import bootlegged fabrics or screen-print logos onto luxury leather, then turn them into one-of-a-kind, street-inflected pieces. His boutique, operated from 1982–92 and is most associated with introducing high fashion (opposite Run-DMC's casual style) to the hip hop world, with high profile clients over the years including Eric B. & Rakim, Salt-N-Pepa, & LL Cool J. 66. 1984-1992: Tommy Hilfiger & Polo Ralph Lauren: Between 1984 and 1989, Ralph Lauren was king of the hip-hop culture. When Tommy Hilfiger was released in the early 1990s, both brands battled each other for the hearts of musicians and the attention of hip-hop fans around the world. In 1992, Grand Puba wrote lyrics for the Mary J. Blige’s song “What’s the 411?” and mentioned Hilfiger because that’s what he was repping at the time. Puba said he gave a shout-out to the brand because rap artists recognized “whatever’s fresh, whatever’s dope.” 67. 1990: Founded in 1989, Cross Colours was geared toward young African Americans to help promote pride in their ethnicity. Based on the principle of “clothes without prejudice,” Cross Colours is one of the most iconic brands to embrace hip-hop culture. In 1990, on the first season of the hit primetime television show The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, lead actor Will Smith wore a series of boldly hued and geometric looks designed by the young Los Angeles–based urban apparel line. African American-owned, founded by Carl Jones and T.J. Walker, the brand quickly skyrocketed. Soon, it was being worn by almost every musical icon of the era. Snoop Dogg, Tupac, Run DMC, Dr. Dre, Lil Kim, Mary J. Blige, members of TLC, television show In Living Color, and Muhammad Ali. 68. 1993: With the mainstream success of hip-hop, street gear/urban wear sales exploded and legitimized "Urban" fashion as a legitimate niche for major retail outlets. 69. Notable brands: Pelle (1978), Karl Kani (1989), Phat Farm (1992), PNB Nation (1992), Fubu (1992), Ecko Unlimited (1993), Mecca (1994), Enyce (1996), Sean John (1998), Rocawear (1999) 70. Question: What old-school gear/style would you still rock today? 71. Music Scene: 72. Black Songs from the top 40 73. #1. "I Will Always Love You" Whitney Houston 74. #2. "Whoomp! (There It Is)" Tag Team 75. #4. "That's the Way Love Goes" Janet Jackson 76. #5. "Freak Me" Silk 77. #6. "Weak" SWV 78. #7."If I Ever Fall in Love" Shai 79. #8. "Dreamlover" Mariah Carey 80. #9. "Rump Shaker" Wreckx-n-Effect 81. #10. "Informer" Snow 82. #11. "Nuthin' but a 'G' Thang" Dr. Dre 83. #12. "In the Still of the Nite" Boyz II Men 84. #13. "Don't Walk Away" Jade 85. #14. "Knockin' da Boots" H-Town 86. #15. "Lately" Jodeci 87. #16. "Dazzey Duks" Duice 88. #17. "Show Me Love" Robin S. 89. #18. "A Whole New World" Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle 90. #19. "If" Janet Jackson 91. #20. "I'm So Into You" SWV 92. #21."Love Is" Vanessa Williams and Brian McKnight 93. #23. "I'll Never Get Over You (Getting Over Me)" Exposé 94. #24. "Ditty" Paperboy 95. #25. "Rhythm Is a Dancer" Snap! 96. #29. "Right Here" SWV 97. #30. "I Have Nothing" Whitney Houston 98. #31. "Mr. Wendal" Arrested Development 99. #33. "Saving Forever for You" Shanice 100. #35. "If I Had No Loot" Tony! Toni! Toné! 101. #37. "Slam" Onyx 102. #38. "Looking Through Patient Eyes" P.M. Dawn 103. #39. "I'm Every Woman" Whitney Houston 104. #40. "Baby I'm Yours" Shai 105. Vote: 106. Number One RnB Albums 107. Jan The Bodyguard - Soundtrack / Whitney Houston 108. Feb The Chronic - Dr. Dre 109. Mar 19 Naughty III - Naughty by Nature 110. Mar Till Death Do Us Part - Geto Boys 111. Apr Loose Control - Silk 112. Apr 14 Shots to the Dome - LL Cool J 113. May Down with the King - Run-D.M.C. 114. May Fever for Da Flavor - H-Town 115. Jun janet. - Janet Jackson 116. June 26 Menace II Society - Soundtrack / Various artists 117. Aug Black Sunday - Cypress Hill 118. Sep The World Is Yours - Scarface 119. Sep Music Box - Mariah Carey 120. Oct Toni Braxton - Toni Braxton 121. Oct 187, He Wrote - Spice 1 122. Nov It's On (Dr. Dre) 187um Killa - Eazy-E 123. Nov Get in Where You Fit In - Too Short 124. Nov Midnight Marauders - A Tribe Called Quest 125. Dec Shock of the Hour - MC Ren 126. Dec Doggystyle - Snoop Doggy Dogg 127. Dec Lethal Injection - Ice Cube 128. Vote: 129. Music Scene: The Chronic by Dr. Dre, (@age 28 yrs. old) 130. Bio: Dr Dre (Andre Romelle Young) is an American rapper, producer and entrepreneur. He is the CEO of Aftermath Entertainment. 131. His initial stint with music was as a DJ in the local club, The Eve After Dark. It was during this time that he took up the moniker Dr Dre that has lived with him all through. In 1984, Dre began his musical career as a member of the musical group, World Class Weckin’ Cru. The group soon dominated the electro-hop scene in the West Coast with their first single, ‘Surgery’ selling more than 50,000 copies within Compton alone. In 1986, he along with Eazy-E, Ice Cube and DJ Yella formed the local gangsta rap group N.W.A. (Niggaz for Life). N.W.A worked on the themes of urban crime and gang lifestyle. Their lyrics were harsh and overt, and brought to mainstream America the slice of ‘real’ life on streets. N.W.A’s debutant studio album, ‘Straight Outta Compton’ met with blockbuster success, selling more than 2 million copies. Its single, ‘Fuck Tha Police’ explored the tension between black youth and police officials. In 1991, the group released its second album, ‘Efil4zaggin’ before disbanding. In 1991, he co-founded Death Row Records with Sue Knight. In 1992, he released his first single, which served as the title track for the film ‘Deep Cover’. The single featured the debut of rapper Snoop Dogg as well. 132. In 1993, Dre made the big leap of his career with his maiden album, ‘The Chronic’. Its singles, ‘Nuthin’ but a ‘G’ Thang’, ‘Let Me Ride’, ‘Fuck with Dre Day’ created a revolution in the music industry, making the album a cultural phenomenon. The album with its G-funk sound dominated the hip hop music for the early 1990s.Following success as a rapper, he switched to being a producer. He produced Snoop Dogg’s debut album, ‘Doggystyle’, Tupac Shakur’s work, ‘All Eyez on Me’ and several film songs. 133. In 1996, following contractual dispute, he left Death Row Records for good. Same year, he set up his own label, Aftermath Entertainment in connection with Interscope Records. 134. Audio clip 1 - Review 135. Audio clip 2 - Jimmy Iovine 136. Question: Are you tired of Ganster Rap? If so, when and why? 137. Movie Scene: Menace II Society 138. Audio Clip Trailer 139. Firmly established "Hood" films as commercially viable, just like fashion. 140. Question: which of the following is your favorite "hood" film? 141. Colors, 1988 / King Of New York, 1990 / Boyz N The Hood, 1991 / Juice, 1992 / New Jack City, 1992 / South Central, 1992 / Deep Cover 1992 / Menace II Society, 1993 / Poetic Justice, 1993 / Sugar Hill, 1993 / Strapped, 1993 / CB4*, 1993 142. Soon to come: Fresh (1994) / Above the Rim (1994) / Friday (1995) / Higher Learning (1995) / New Jersey Drive (1995) / Set It Off (1996) / Dead Presidents (1995) / Hoodlum (1997) / The Players Club (1998) / Belly (1998) / In Too Deep (1999) 143. TV Scene: Living Single, starring Queen Latifah (@ 23 yrs. old) 144. Audio clip Theme song 145. Queen Latifah is an American singer, songwriter, rapper, actress, record producer and talk show host 146. Dana Elaine Owens was born on 18th March 1970 in Newark, New Jersey, to Lance and Rita Owens. Her father was in police services. Her parents got divorced when she was eight. She was raised by her mother in Baptist faith. Her mother played a catalyst role in her music career. She had an older brother, Lance Owens, who also worked in police service. He died in a motorbike accident in 1992. This motorbike was presented to him by Latifah. She attended Catholic School in Newark, New Jersey. During her high school days, she was part of girls’ basketball team. She began rapping during high school. She formed her first rap group ‘Ladies Fresh’ when she was in junior year. She met local DJ Mark James. He formed a group named ‘Flavor Unit’ of which Latifah was the original member. James made a demo record of Latifah's rap ‘Princess of the Posse’. This recording caught attention of ‘Tommy Boy Music’ who immediately signed Latifah. In 1988, this music company offered her first single, ‘Wrath of My Madness’. The song got a positive response and she got an opportunity of a European tour and to perform at the ‘Apollo Theater’. In 1989, when she was just 19 years old, Latifah released her first album, ‘All Hail to the Queen’, which went on to sell more than 1 million copies. 147. Queen invested her money in a small video store on the ground floor of her apartment. She elevated this business to turn it into a record production company. In 1991, when she was just 21 years old, she rolled out ‘Flavor Unit Records and Management Company’ in New Jersey in partnership with her old friend Shakim Compere. She became the CEO of this company. In the same year, she also tried her hands at acting. She debuted in inter-racial romance drama ‘Jungle Fever’. In 1992, she appeared in crime thriller ‘Juice’. 148. Soon she grabbed a leading role in the groundbreaking a sitcom ‘Living Single’. 149. By late 1993, her record company signed 17 rap groups. One of these groups, ‘Naughty by nature’, was extraordinarily successful. In the same year, this company released, album ‘Black Reign’. 150. audio clip - Friends vs Living Single 151. Question: Did Friends have any character that was better than Living Single? 152. Vote: Best/most important/favorite pop culture item from 1993?
This week the guys welcome their first guest to the show. Chef, writer and podcaster Kate McLean joins Harry and Carlos to discuss an album of her choice -- 2Pac's All Eyez on Me from 1996. The legendary rapper's final release before his tragic passing that same year, All Eyez on Me is Tupac's longest, most well-received, and most beloved work of art. A bona-fide magnum opus of Cali thug life gangsta rap, AEOM changed the rap industry forever and cemented Tupac Shakur's legacy within it. --- 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/humanmusic/message
MVO Uncensored Podcast Rundown - State Property vs The LOX - Meeka Mandela defends B Simone (WHO?!?!) - Young Buck broke - Lizzo tells fat shamers to worry about their own bodies - Should the NBA come back? - Black cinema test - Math Hoffa accused of rape - Walter Mercado Jr reads your horoscope - MVO BARbershop - This or that? Life After Death vs All Eyez on Me, World War 3 vs Da Graveyard, Shaq vs Hakeem, How High vs Half Baked, Method Man vs Redman --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
-Should NBA Comeback? Lebron says Yay, I say Nay -Shut Up and Dribble Smh - MVO Dialog - Social Matters - WWE Racist - King Booker T Bet Smh MVO Uncensored Podcast Rundown - State Property vs The LOX - Meeka Mandela defends B Simone (WHO?!?!) - Young Buck broke - Lizzo tells fat shamers to worry about their own bodies - SuperMarket Run (Drake Thank Me Later,Nappy Roots,and etc) - Black cinema test - Math Hoffa accused of rape - Walter Mercado Jr reads your horoscope - Mox from The Block shimmy’s in -MVO BARbershop - This or that? Life After Death vs All Eyez on Me, World War 3 vs Da Graveyard, Shaq vs Hakeem, How High vs Half Baked, Method Man vs Redman --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Episode 15 Feat. Tyson Hall & Andre "Big East" Aldridge *MLK vs Malcolm X: Whose philosophy would you side with in todays society? *Ready to Die vs All Eyez on me Disclaimer: We do not own the rights to any if the music that was played! *****PROMOTIONAL USE ONLY***** Email: Barsandhoopsradio@gmail.com @Barsandhoops (Acast, Breaker, Google Podcast, iTunes, iHeart Radio, Pocketcast, Soundcloud, Spotify, Stitcher, Streama, TuneIn, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, Facebook) Catch us live EVERY FRIDAY from 8-10PM WWW.BARSANDHOOPSRADIO.COM
In this episode, Mark talks with Hip Hop artist Money B. about his time in Digital Underground, his group Raw Fusion, being in the 2Pac movie "All Eyez on Me" and much more. Songs of his are also featured within the podcast. Check out Digital Underground at www.dumerch.com Mark also talks about new characters for the next season of "The Mandalorian"
Music makes the world go round, even in a quarantine. In the second to last episode of the season, we throw back to the music of the 80s and 90s and talk about the music that made us who we are today. From teenage heart throbs and pop music icons to grunge, rock, punk, hip-hop, and alternative--we’ve got all the bases covered. Plus, we chat with Colleen Wright, a founding member of Gonzo’s Nose about her musical influences, what it was like to be a lead singer in a popular 90s cover band, and why she and her husband started doing #quarantineconcerts from their front porch.ResourcesGonzo’s NoseMood Music with Brad and Amy120 minutesTake On Me by Ah-HaWe’re GenX, Motherfuckers playlistDystopia and Biscuits playlistGenX Stores Illin' MixtapeEssential GenX Albums (via this article by Richard Guzman)Nirvana, “Nevermind”Pearl Jam, “Ten”Dr. Dre, “The Chronic”Radiohead, “OK Computer”Rage Against the Machine, “The Battle of Los Angeles”Sublime, “Sublime”Red Hot Chili Peppers, “Blood Sugar Sex Magik”De La Soul, “3 Feet High and Rising”No Doubt, “Tragic Kingdom”Smashing Pumpkins, “Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness”REM, “Out of Time”The Notorious B.I.G., “Life After Death”Depeche Mode, “Violator”Jane’s Addiction, “Ritual de Lo Habitual”2Pac, “All Eyez on Me”Alanis Morissette, “Jagged Little Pill”Fugees, “The Score”Soundgarden, “Superunknown”A Tribe Called Quest, ‘The Low End Theory”Green Day, “Dookie”Wu-Tang Clan, “Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)”Snoop Doggy Dogg, “Doggystyle”Beastie Boys, “Ill Communication”Lauryn Hill, “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill”U2, “Achtung Baby”Connect with Us!Visit GenXStories.com for more GenX stories and information Subscribe in your favorite podcast app such as Spotify or Apple iTunes.Join the GenX Stories Facebook GroupListen to the GenX Stores Illin' Mixtape on SpotifyFollow along on InstagramSend us an email at email@example.comLearn more about Eve hereLearn more about Sacha here
Episode 33 of A Wrestling Gal features "The Arm Collector", Jessica Troy! We discuss her hair secrets, working with the Nations & Kingsley, her takeaways from "All Eyez on Troy", the Powerpuff Girls, and much more! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ella-jay0/support
Some fussiness in the Bhangra set and a heartfelt tribute to Bollywood legend Rishi Kapoor. Nakhra - Deep Money Indeep Bakshi, Gurlez Akhtar All Eyez on Me - Jazzy B, Roach Killa 00:00 - Intro 01:22 - Nakhra - Deep Money Indeep Bakshi, Gurlez Akhtar 04:19 - Branded Nakhra - Sanaa, Ninja 07:23 - Bulgari - Kulwinder Billa, Shipra Goyal 10:37 - Nach Di Di - Panjabi MC 14:40 - Wallah Wallah - Garry Sandhu 18:27 - Combination - Amrit Maan 22:24 - Panjeba - Jasmine Sandlas 25:07 - Mundeya Ve - Ruhi Didar, Stellen Kaur & Twinbeatz 28:27 - All Eyez on Me - Jazzy B, Roach Killa 32:57 - Mic Break 35:45 - Dil Lena Khel Hai - R.D. Burman 41:36 - Om Shanti Om - Kishore Kumar, Chorus, Rishi Kapoor, Tina Munim 50:39 - Pardah Hai Pardah - Mohammed Rafi 58:34 - Outro 59:00 - Finish
Episode 23 of A Wrestling Gal features the "Heartcore" legend, Shazza McKenzie! We discuss her presence on Tik Tok, her take on "All Eyez on Troy", mentoring younger talent in Australia, PWA's "Girls to Fight For" documentary, must see wrestling promotions, and much more! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ella-jay0/support
In 2019, San Diego rapper Choosey (and producer Exile) dropped one of the best albums of the year with "Black Beans" (via Dirty Science Records). A mix of vintage doo-wop, AM radio oldie samples and Choosey's impeccably smooth flow, the record launched him into the limelight the world over. Naturally, Choosey took home Album of the Year and Artist of the Year at our 2019 SoundDiego Music Awards and is currently up for Best Hip-Hop or Rap Artist at the 2020 San Diego Music Awards. Be sure to follow him on Twitter and Instagram; and visit his online store at KingChoosey.com, TheDirtyScience.com for news, and his Bandcamp page for more music.Listen/subscribe to the SoundDiego Podcast on your favorite podcasting platform: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Spotify | StitcherEpisode 7 Show Notes:Haven't seen the video for "Low Low" featuring Aloe Blacc yet? Here ya go!One of the best events San Diego has to offer is Barrio Logan's annual La Vuelta Festival — here's the SoundDiego TV recap of 2018's fest!Love a '63 Impala as much as Choosey? Visit Lowrider.com and do your best not to drool over all the epic photos.It's impossible to argue the impact Tupac's "All Eyez on Me" double-album had on the music world (and the world in general). For an eye-opening read on the legendary artist and his discography, read this in-depth Vulture article by Paul Thompson.If you haven't heard SWV's huge hit single, "Weak," in a while (which Choosey rocks at karaoke), do yourself a favor and check out the video here.Lest you doubt Choosey's skating abilities, peep his appearance on the Skate Shop Podcast EP1 video, where you can see the man himself in action!Be sure to join us for a new episode of the SoundDiego Podcast every Monday. Upcoming guests include Switchfoot's Drew Shirley, New York Times bestselling author Scott Sigler, Soda Bar's Cory Stier, NBC 7's Catherine Garcia and Pizza Port's Jill Olesh, Thanks for listening, and until next time, enjoy the music.If you enjoyed this episode of the SoundDiego Podcast, subscribe, rate and review us on your favorite podcasting platform:Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Spotify | StitcherThe SoundDiego Podcast is executive-produced by Eric S. Page, and hosted/edited by Dustin Lothspeich (reach him here).
It's Listener Question Time! The boys listen to a voicemail that pits two great musicians against each other...although they have little to with each other than rhyming names. Still, the boys find a way. It's Bach vs Tupac. Mike says that if it ain't Baroque, don't fix it, and debates on the side of Johann Sebastian Bach. Ryan wants All Eyez on Him, so he argues for Tupac Shakur. And Nick gets to judge this round. Suggested talking points include: little baby boys, In Living Color, Digital Underground, Vivaldi, the Terminator, gangsta rap, first degree sexual assault, Punch Brothers, Sebastian Bach, and Bavarian slap dancing at Coachella with Snoop Dogg. What will Mike gatekeep? How does Ryan feel about Skid Row? Does Nick know what puns are? Listen to Bach vs Tupac!
There's layers to everything, especially in A-LAYERS-KA. Also, if you scramble those letters you can make LAKERS YAA. Coincidence, you decide. All Eyez on KD after his injury and surgery, Splash Brothers vs Drake, and Kyrie Irving gets his Roc Nation chain. In CHECK THE TAPE, Joy was right again about and the Lakers making a move to get Anthony Davis in the Purple and Gold. You know Brandon stays in the comments too. Also, big shouts to shirts.
S8E7: Never Broken: Harold “House” Moore Is Finally Ready for the Most Important Role of His Life Harold “House” Moore was on top the world–he was one of the stars on the Fox award-winning series *Atlanta *and had just played Dr. Dre in the 2Pac biopic All Eyez on Me. Harold’s career was blossoming, but all of that changed when he was railroaded, maliciously and falsely accused, and convicted of child molestation. He was sentenced to 6 to 12 years but was released after 2 years and granted a motion for a new trial, after a failed judicial process and intentionally suppressed evidence that would have proven his innocence threatened to surface. He is paving his way now as a fighter for judicial equality and criminal justice reform. In his first interview since his release, Harold is sharing his story with the hope that his journey will help inspire others to fight on behalf of the wrongfully convicted. www.wrongfulconvictionpodcast.com Wrongful Conviction with Jason Flom is a production of Lava For Good™ Podcasts in association with Signal Co. No1 and PRX.
This week on Black on Black Cinema, the guys return with special guest, Deacon, to discuss the 2017 Tupac Shakur biopic, "All Eyez on Me." The film stars Demetrius Shipp Jr. as the complex rapper who struggled between growing up inspired by political activists and the draw of the creation of east/west coast rap beef in the golden age of "gangsta rap."
This week on Black on Black Cinema, the guys return to preview the next film, the 2017 biopic "All Eyez on Me." The film stars Demetrius Shipp Jr. who portrays Tupac Shakur, legendary rapper and controversial figure. The random topic of the week is on the revelations that actor Liam Nesson once planned to kill a Black man after finding out that his close friend was raped by a Black man. The hosts discuss the weirdly timed revenge story, it's implications, racial overtones, and of course the idea of what a conversation about race actually looks like and will it ever truly happen.