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The Big Foodies
Cold Brew Coffee From The Store

The Big Foodies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 21:23


The Big Foodies are presented by Berky Orthodontics and in this episode the guys try some cold brew from the store. Biggie and BB who are big fans of cold brew found this episode very exciting, Matt on the other hand... not so much. Check out the guys as they pour through several bottles of cold brew on a quest to find out which one is the best!

Ebro in the Morning Podcast
BONUS: Fat Joe Shares Never Before Told Stories On Big Pun, Irv Gotti, Biggie, Harvey Weinstein + More!

Ebro in the Morning Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 51:37


Fat Joe sits down with Ebro in the Morning as he shares many stories about his career, life after rap, where he sits in hip hop history, and more. The rapper-turned-personality discusses topics such as meeting The Notorious B.I.G. and his relationship with Diddy, being the "Scottie Pippen" to Big Pun during the beginning of his career, meeting Irv Gotti, and how he feels about him today, his run-in with Boy George when he was young, and more! He also discusses how lyrics are being used in court today, being a marijuana business owner, and more! Fat Joe's memoir The Book of Jose is available now.  LISTEN TO "4 MINUTES OF FIRE" for exclusive new music - Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/0kZ6VBItIJS59Tna074P6q?si=161b8ff6e55746f4 iTunes: ‎4 Minutes Of Fire: D4M $loan - November 4th, 2022 on Apple PodcastsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Are You Serious? Podcast
2Pac vs The Notorious B.I.G: The Versus you will never see

Are You Serious? Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 102:20


This one was for the culture. Mitch and Mac had a verzuz you will never see, Pac vs Biggie. Who do you got winning? What song should they have played? Follow the hosts: @king_mac919 @el_plaga_ays AYS Tidal Playlist: https://tidal.com/playlist/e7c88cd7-26b6-4356-b537-302ec899ac8f AYS Apple Playlist: https://music.apple.com/us/playlist/are-you-serious-pac-vs-big/pl.u-JbyZCDRqNLL Merch: www.sarcarrogance.com/merch

Second Date Update On The :10s Podcasts
Second Date Update: (8:10) Survivor Series (Tuesday, 11/8)

Second Date Update On The :10s Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 9:14


She hates the fact that he likes Biggie, Wrestling, and other random things. However, that's not the real reason why she doesn't want to see him again.

Lunch with Biggie
Cover Yo Space Gurl- Helen Miranda started a business with her mom covering your face during COVID but then decided to share her art and talents and instead have it cover your space.

Lunch with Biggie

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 56:07


I got to spend a lunch break with Helen Miranda, an Orlando Creative who runs Cover Yo Space Gurl - Lifestyle goods to brighten your space; that is cute and punny and art. I spoke to Helen about how she originally started her brand as Cover Yo Face Gurl - making masks with her mom during the pandemic. She then decided to pivot and start showing offer her art and morphed her business into Cover Yo Space Gurl. We spoke about that transition; how she hand paints and puts her art and designs out there. She shared some tips and advice she has gotten along the way. As well as, she has provided me with some great suggestions for stop motion and time-lapses and I may have gone on a rant at the very end of the show. A great time was spent and another fun show was recorded. Lunch with Biggie is a podcast about small business and creatives sharing their stories and inspiring you to pursue your passion, with some sandwich talk on the side. Created, edited, and produced in Orlando, FL by Biggie- the owner of the sandwich-themed clothing brand- Deli Fresh Threads. Cover Yo Space Gurl Social: Cover Yo Space Gurl IG: https://www.instagram.com/coveryospacegurl/ Cover Yo Space Gurl website: https://www.coveryospacegurl.com Biggie's Social: Deli Fresh Thread's Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/delifreshthreads/ Podcast's Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/lunchwithbiggie/ Podcast's Facebook Group- https://www.facebook.com/groups/lunchwithbiggie Podcast's twitter- https://twitter.com/LunchwithBiggie Deli Fresh Threads- https://DeliFreshThreads.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lunchwithbiggie/message

Mayhem Digital Productions
Paul Lee Ft Biggie & Friends Nasty Girl

Mayhem Digital Productions

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 3:08


Paul Lee Ft Biggie & Friends Nasty Girl by Mayhem Digital Productions

Relationship Passa Passa
"New Season, Who Dis?!" | S4 Ep. 01

Relationship Passa Passa

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 41:23


We're baaaaack! It's season 4 y'all. Who would've thought we would make it this far?! (We dare you to rap that in your best Biggie voice... tee hee hee). The ladies reminisce about their summer, talk about things they're looking forward to through the rest of 2022, and dream out loud about all things RPP for Season 4. You along for this ride or what?! Join us! Be sure to follow our team on Instagram, Facebook and Youtube: @relationshippassapassapodcast --- 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/relationshippassapassa/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/relationshippassapassa/support

The Big Foodies
Wing Stop Chicken Sandwich Review

The Big Foodies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 17:06


The Big Foodies are presented by Berky Orthodontics and in this episode, the Big Foodies get some redemption. After a mishap during a Facebook Live, The Big Foodies finally got their hands on the new chicken sandwiches from Wingstop! With the Wingstop chucken sandwich, you can get different flavors on the sandwich so in this episode, Biggie, Matt and BB sit down and try several different flavors of the chicken sandwich!

Mayhem Digital Productions
Mr Mayhem Ft Biggie & Friends - Nasty Girl

Mayhem Digital Productions

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 3:00


Mr Mayhem Ft Biggie & Friends - Nasty Girl by Mayhem Digital Productions

Lunch with Biggie
Red Panda Noodle - Eliot Hillis believes noodles make life better and he along with Seth Parker and Jen Silva are popping up serving up hand pulled noodle dishes from around the world.

Lunch with Biggie

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 53:51


I got to spend a lunch break with Eliot Hillis, the Culinary director/co-owner of Red Panda Noodle - a pop-up noodle concept the latest brainchild of Eliot and Seth Parker, where they along with Jen Silva believe handmade and pulled Noodles make life better by serving up noodle dishes from around the world. I spoke to Eliot about how they came up with the concept of Red Panda Noodle, where the name came from; how he got into the culinary world; I asked him for culinary advice/tips on making sandwiches and even cooking up noodles. We talked about his love of Noodles and how this was something over 6 years in the making in various iterations and their love for Central Florida and what they'd love to leave as a culinary legacy- as well as spoke about what advice he'd give people starting out. Lunch with Biggie is a podcast about small business and creatives sharing their stories and inspiring you to pursue your passion, with some sandwich talk on the side. Created, edited, and produced in Orlando, FL by Biggie- the owner of the sandwich-themed clothing brand- Deli Fresh Threads. Red Panda Noodle Social: Red Panda Noodle IG: https://www.instagram.com/redpandanoodlebar/ Red Panda Noodle Jr IG: https://www.instagram.com/redpandanoodle/ Eliot Hillis IG: https://www.instagram.com/saltforge/ Biggie's Social: Deli Fresh Thread's Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/delifreshthreads/ Podcast's Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/lunchwithbiggie/ Podcast's Facebook Group- https://www.facebook.com/groups/lunchwithbiggie Podcast's twitter- https://twitter.com/LunchwithBiggie Deli Fresh Threads- https://DeliFreshThreads.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lunchwithbiggie/message

The Big Foodies
Olipop Soda

The Big Foodies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 17:55


In the latest episode of Big Foodies, the guys try a new, healthier alternative to your normal soda options. This soda is called Olipop, and its a new take on an all time classic. With a variety of flavors such as Lemon Ginger, Classic Cola and Tropical Punch, they've got something to rattle anyone's taste buds. Biggie, Matt and BB took some time to sit down and try several flavors of this new soda and give their honest opinion on them. Tune in as the guys rank the flavors from their favorite to their least favorite!

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day
notorious

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 1:35 Very Popular


Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for October 29, 2022 is: notorious • noh-TOR-ee-us • adjective Notorious describes people and things that are famously known, especially for something unfavorable. // They live in a region that's notorious for its severe winters. See the entry > Examples: "Like airlines, hotels are notorious for attaching additional charges to the bill at the end of a stay: resort fees, self-parking fees and fees for checking in early." — Jacob Passy, The Wall Street Journal, 27 Aug. 2022 Did you know? For those who don't give a hang about a bad reputation, being notorious for unpopular behavior is no biggie. (Being notorious for topping the Billboard charts? Now that's a Biggie.) Although notorious (which comes from Latin noscere, "to come to know") can be a synonym of famous, it's more often a synonym of infamous, having long ago developed the additional implication of someone or something disreputable. The Book of Common Prayer of 1549 includes one of the first known uses of the unfavorable meaning in print, referring to "notorious synners." You know what they say: more notorious synners, more problems.

Lunch with Biggie
The Gnarly Cuban- Marly and Nina decided to pop-up bringing their handmade twist on traditional Cuban cuisine so that everyone could enjoy the Latin flavors that they were raised on and people love it

Lunch with Biggie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 61:30


I got to spend a lunch break with Marly and Nina, the owners of The Gnarly Cuban- a women-owned business that is putting its gnarly twist on traditional Cuban Cuisine. I spoke to Marly and Nina about how they started and came up with the name The Gnarly Cuban. We discussed how they came up with and developed their recipes, especially having Cuban abuelas (grandmas) and how they cook by look and smell and not measurements. I spoke to them about the difficulties of pop-up life, as well as, how they have evolved in their preparation and process with their growth. We spoke about Cuba and being first-generation Cuban-owned and our favorite Cuban food. They also provided us with some great tips and advice on starting out, as well as, living in the world of internet reviews. Lunch with Biggie is a podcast about small business and creatives sharing their stories and inspiring you to pursue your passion, with some sandwich talk on the side. Created, edited, and produced in Orlando, FL by Biggie- the owner of the sandwich-themed clothing brand- Deli Fresh Threads. The Gnarly Cuban Social: The Gnarly Cuban IG: https://www.instagram.com/thegnarlycuban/ The Gnarly Cuban website: https://www.thegnarlycuban.com Biggie's Social: Deli Fresh Thread's Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/delifreshthreads/ Podcast's Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/lunchwithbiggie/ Podcast's Facebook Group- https://www.facebook.com/groups/lunchwithbiggie Podcast's twitter- https://twitter.com/LunchwithBiggie Deli Fresh Threads- https://DeliFreshThreads.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lunchwithbiggie/message

The Don Tony Show / Wednesday Night Don-O-Mite
The Sit-Down with Don Tony 10/23/22

The Don Tony Show / Wednesday Night Don-O-Mite

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 98:56


'The Sit-Down with Don Tony' is a live discussion show hosted by Don Tony and YOU. Everyone who joins the show LIVE chooses the topics discussed on the show. You can talk about anything. Pro Wrestling (AEW, WWE), non-wrestling, pop culture, sports, news, politics, personal topics. Nothing is out of bounds, and the entire show is 100% interactive. A shout out to everyone who joined us live and chose some great topics of discussion. Hosted by Don Tony and presented by Blue Wire and Pro Wrestling TV Some Topics Discussed: The truth about reports that Triple H wants CM Punk back in WWE DT explains why CM Punk and WWE should consider working again in the future Explaining how WWE and AEW send & how YouTube, Twitter & others handle DMCA requests Will Bray Wyatt appear at 2022 WWE Crown Jewel? Even if Uncle Howdy is Mask & Bray Wyatt alter ego, it should end up being a physical person Tony Khan would be naive to think some stars (IE: Ricky Starks, Powerhouse Hobbs, Wardlow) are content with their AEW role & not want to go further in WWE and perform at WrestleMania Sadly, toxic culture & tribalism within pro wrestling social media & more has worsen in 2022 Paulie: Sixty seconds you'll never get back (From Minority Report Christmas 2006): 1:06:26 Don Tony dancing to Jim Ross 'My Ass' (From Minority Report Christmas 2006) 1:07:28 Would those within Saudi Arabia ever dictate a specific outcome for a WWE match? DT's advice to anyone who wants to launch a podcast or is new to podcasting 2022 World Series preview? Houston Astros vs Philadelphia Phillies Plus: GCW/WWE working relationship.. Assh*le wrestler experiences.. Asuka vs Iyo Sky & more Plus: Showing love to Issac Hayes, Prince, Biggie, Tupac, Rick James, Pink Floyd, & others ==== CLICK HERE to listen to THE SIT-DOWN WITH DON TONY (EP37) 10/23/2022 online. RIGHT CLICK AND SAVE to download the AUDIO episode of THE SIT-DOWN WITH DON TONY (EP37) 10/23/2022 CLICK HERE to access previous episodes for all the shows ====

VENTURE HUSTLES
Diddy and Biggie Helped Build His Own Empire - VENTURE HUSTLES EP. 31

VENTURE HUSTLES

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 68:37


This week, Saj and Jack chat with Daniel Evans, CEO of Evans & Company  - a financial and wealth management company based out of NY. Daniel was one of the first core team members of Bad Boy Records and Entertainment. The boys chat about how his experience with P Diddy and Notorious B.I.G shaped Daniel's future and everything else he touched. Learn more about Daniel here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/evans-daniel/https://www.linkedin.com/company/evansandcompany/https://www.evansandcompany.comhttps://open.spotify.com/show/0uktxA3hK7oe0mjLg5T2yE---------------------------------------------ABOUT VENTURE HUSTLES ►Saj & Jack discuss Tech, Entrepreneurship and Startups. Venture Hustles Podcast embarks on a journey every week to explore what it takes to start and grow a company in the 21st century. No matter the industry, service, or product, there is always a formula to the steps that need to be taken in order to grow and scale a business. Find out the tricks of the trade for your industry by listening in every week as Venture Hustles brings on new guests that are industry experts and disruptors.PODCAST WEBSITE ► https://www.venturehustles.com/VIDEO VERSION OF PODCAST ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN6ywjsYXZFuorUZkgHad6ACLIPS CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbIqQNLB0suyKtNwOEsRGJAADD US ON ►INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/venturehustles/TIKTOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@venturehustles #venture #venturehustles #businesspodcast #startups #startup #tech #techpodcast #entrepreneur #entrepreneurpodcast #startuppodcast #nftpodcast #nft #blockchain #startingabusiness

Lunch with Biggie
Jeremy Jacobowitz started an IG BrunchBoys as a fun side project while being a TV producer & has evolved it into full time business as a creator all about his food& life adventures all over the World!

Lunch with Biggie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 33:44


I got to spend a lunch break with the digital creator- Jeremy Jacobowitz. Jeremy started and created the IG Brunch Boys account and has evolved it to being all about his food and life adventures all over the World! (plus anything else on his mind). He is an Influencer, Director, Host, and avid baseball cap collector. I spoke to Jeremy about how he started and came up with the idea of Brunch Boys. We discussed how he evolved his social media into a personal brand allowing him to work with sponsors and having it become his full-time job and business. We spoke about how he started in TV and how he uses that to create content. Jeremy provided tips and suggestions when creating content, as well as, posting on social like IG and Tik Tok. He also shared what he learned from his time working with Bobby Flay as his PA. It was great chatting with Jeremy because I am one of his 438K followers and love what he has created for himself and the content he is sharing. Lunch with Biggie is a podcast about small business and creatives sharing their stories and inspiring you to pursue your passion, with some sandwich talk on the side. Created, edited, and produced in Orlando, FL by Biggie- the owner of the sandwich-themed clothing brand- Deli Fresh Threads. Jeremy's Social: Jeremy's IG: https://www.instagram.com/jeremyjacobowitz Jeremy Jacobowitz TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@jeremyjacobowitz Jeremy Jacobowitz YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BrunchBoys Biggie's Social: Deli Fresh Thread's Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/delifreshthreads/ Podcast's Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/lunchwithbiggie/ Podcast's Facebook Group- https://www.facebook.com/groups/lunchwithbiggie Podcast's twitter- https://twitter.com/LunchwithBiggie Deli Fresh Threads- https://DeliFreshThreads.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lunchwithbiggie/message

Monsters In The Morning
CAN I GET THE BIGGIE FUNKO POP AND A PACK OF JUICY FRUIT

Monsters In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 39:47


MONDAY HR 4 Legally Screwed with Jeff Kaufman Good Samaritan. Russ checks out latest Halloween movie. Ryan digging the series The Watcher. To The Top with Carlos - Do the fun things you did as a kid.

Corgi Town USA
Choosing the right Groomer

Corgi Town USA

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 33:14 Very Popular


Myranda Knott, a groomer with several years experience, joins us with her colleague and friend Sarah, an animal aesthetician, to educate us on what to look for and what questions to ask when finding the right groomer. They also share how to safely keep your pet fluffy and fresh with some home care tips. Tune in to hear their advice and about their beloved pets (one of which is a corgi called Biggie). #grooming #corgigrooming #doggrooming #animalaesthetician #corgi #corgilife --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/candie-kemp/support

ArtBeat Radio
Episode 131: Spooky Radio by CECA Star Club

ArtBeat Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 11:23


Welcome back to Artbeat Radio!  Today we hear CECA's Star Club! Listen in as CECA shares about how to throw the best Halloween party! Many students participated in the creation of this podcast. Below are the following with media consent.  Andy, Mila, Maria D, Maria G, Johnny, Satchel, Michael, Harry, Jenny, Nanako, Jesus, Juliet, Kyuta, Drea, and PJ.   Thanks for listening and tune in next time! For more information about our organization, please visit our website www.ableartswork.org   Audio Transcription: (Please listen on Podomatic or Spotify to view the full transcript) *Intro music by Artbeat Radio staff*  Music, stories, and more! You're listening to Artbeat Radio, a program of Able ARTS Work.  ALL: Welcome to CECA's Star Club. Jenny: With ArtBeat Radio.  Halloween music intro starts with Jesus' scary laugh.    Mollie: Based on that spooky soundtrack, can you guess what holiday is coming up on October 31st? Jenny & PJ: It's Halloween! Mollie: It's Halloween! Exactly.     Halloween piece composed by Drea on acoustic guitar, keyboard, and Soundtrap loops plays.   Mollie: Today, our experts will tell you how to throw the best Halloween party you've ever been to.   PJ: Now there's a few things you'll need.   Jenny & PJ: Venue, guest list, decorations, activities, food, DJ.  Jenny: Let's get into it! Firstly, you need a venue with enough space to move around. For our example, we will be hypothetically throwing the best party ever right here at CECA.   Mollie: So, what are some good recommendations for a venue, DJ PJ?  PJ: Burgers and burritos.  Mollie: A venue? Not a menu, a venue! Laughs. Why you! So for a venue, do you think maybe a house?  PJ: Yes.   Mollie: A family member's house?  PJ: Yes.   Mollie: A park?  Organ music begins played in a minor key.   PJ: Yes.   Mollie: A bowling alley?  PJ: No.   Mollie: Oh, okay, what about the beach?  PJ: No.  Mollie: Not the beach either?  PJ: No.   Mollie: Okay, so just a house or a park.   PJ: Yeah.   Mollie: Alright. You heard it here first, folks. A house or a park is the ideal venue.   Mollie: Now who to invite? HOW to invite them? Call your friends and family!  PJ: Send out invitations to all the programs: EPI, San Diego, Art Center, and Long Beach. Maybe send out secret invisible invitations!  Jenny: The place has to look FANTASTIC if you are inviting all your favorite people! We would suggest your Halloween party has…  Jenny: …Halloween lights,   PJ: …a spooky graveyard,   PJ: 5 spiders, spider webs,   Jenny & PJ: orange and black streamers,   Jenny: …2 eye balls,  PJ: 4 monsters, and a   Jenny & PJ: …fog machine.  Jenny: Every good party needs some action! That's why at CECA, we would have a costume contest, pumpkin carving, dance party, a haunted house, and spooky movie showings!   Jenny & PJ: Try to guess these famous films by the popular song. We would watch films like…  Theme song sequence plays. Everyone at CECA played their part.   Jenny: The Addams Family  ALL:  Day-o, day-o,  daylight comes and I wanna go home.  Day-isa-day-isa-day-isa-day-isa-day-isa-day-o.  Daylight come and I wanna go home  Jenny: Beetlejuice  ALL:  When there's something strange  in the neighborhood Who you gonna call?  Ghostbusters! If there's something weird,  and it don't look good.  Who you gonna call?  Ghostbusters?  Jenny: Ghostbusters  ALL:  I put a spell on you And now you're mine You can't stop the things I do I ain't lying  It's been three hundred years Right down to the day Now the witch is back And there's hell to pay  I put a spell on you And now you're mine!  I put a spell on you And now you're gone Gone, gone, gone so long   My whammy fell on you And it was strong So strong, so strong, so strong!  Your wretched little lives Have all been cursed 'Cause of all the witches working I'm the worst  I put a spell on you And now you're mine  I put a spell on you And now you're mine  Jenny: Hocus Pocus  Jenny: It sounds like the place is decked out! Won't people get hungry doing so much fun stuff?  Organ music plays in a minor key.  JQ: Oh yes!  PJ: We recommend serving…   Jenny: Eyeball cupcakes, chocolate dirt cups with gummy worms, spooky punch with Hawaiian punch, eyeballs, gummy worms, gummy brains, dry ice, and 5 gummy ghosts in a witch's cauldron.  Mollie : Wow, that sounds like the deliciousness of that food would only be enhanced by creepy music! Be sure to secure a DJ to create the perfect frightening atmosphere. For our party, we would hire DJ PJ and DJ Michael.   Intro to CECA's rendition of “Thriller” by Michael Jackson plays.   Jenny: This is our rendition of “Thriller” by Michael Jackson.  CECA's rendition of “Thriller” by Michael Jackson continues to play.   ALL:  It's close to midnight Something evil's lurking in the dark Under the moonlight You see a sight that almost stops your heart You try to scream But terror takes the sound before you make it You start to freeze As horror looks you right between the eyes You're paralyzed  'Cause this is thriller, thriller night And no one's gonna save you From the beast about to strike You know it's thriller, thriller night You're fighting for your life inside a killer, thriller, ow  You hear the door slam And realize there's nowhere left to run You feel the cold hand And wonder if you'll ever see the sun You close your eyes And hope that this is just imagination (Girl) But all the while You hear a creature creepin' up behind You're out of time  'Cause this is thriller, thriller night And no one's gonna save you From the beast about to strike You know it's thriller, thriller night You're fighting for your life inside a killer, thriller, ow  Halloween music with organ and sounds of dogs barking and cats purring plays.  Mollie: Now not everything has to be in theme with Halloween. Our resident DJs recommend any music that gets people up and dancing! They prefer rap music like…  PJ: Snoop Dogg, Tupac, Biggie, and Wiz Khalifa…  Mollie: and Latin music like…  PJ: Selena, Ricky Martin, and banda music. It is important to note the Cha Cha slide and Cupid shuffle are undeniable American classics.    Lines from “Cha Cha Slide” and “Cupid Shuffle” play on organ.  Organ music continues in a minor key.  Mollie: We would recommend non-scary foods like candy, cake, Tres leches, chicken fingers, French fries, tacos with mole, coke, pizza with pepperoni, and rice.  PJ: Oh, yes!  Mollie: Jenny do you know what you are going to dress up as for Halloween?  Jenny: A cow.  Mollie: Ooo! Excellent!  Mollie: And PJ what will you be for Halloween?  PJ: I wanna be, like… I was SpongeBob last year.   Mollie: And will you be SpongeBob again this year?  PJ: I need to go buy a new costume.   Mollie: And where are you going to buy a new costume?  PJ: Grocer—Ah! I was about to say grocery store.   Mollie: laughs Don't buy your Halloween costume from a grocery store!  PJ: No!  Mollie: You're going to be dressed as a potato sack!  PJ: Target is better to buy Halloween costumes.   Mollie: Right on. On that note, we hope you have a great Halloween! See you next time with CECA's Star Club on   Jenny: ArtBeat Radio!  Instrumental guitar piece plays composed by virtual class.  *Outro music by Artbeat Radio staff*  We hope you enjoyed this episode of Artbeat Radio. For more information, please go to our website. Ableartswork.org. Thanks for listening and tune in next time! 

C'Mon Son! The Podcast.
It's A B.I.G Thing! Feat CJ Wallace, Faith Evans and Lil Cease(UNCENSORED)

C'Mon Son! The Podcast.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 66:10


This past summer Ed gave y'all the The Lexus-Biggie Activation Episode, but he didn't quite give you all of it. This version is the unfiltered and uncensored version with exclusive stories from the people that truly knew Biggie best! Get that thousand grams of uncut to the gut, son!

2 Guys Named Chris, Daily Show Highlights
Kelly Is Making Biggie Crazy

2 Guys Named Chris, Daily Show Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 16:01


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The Breakfast Club
FULL SHOW: We Chat With G.Herbo, Talk Kanye, Biggies Unreleased Shaq Verse And More

The Breakfast Club

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 90:01 Very Popular


Today on The Breakfast Club, we chat with rapper and our friend G.Herbo. Later on Yee gives us all the Kanye updates during the Rumor Report and finally we chat about an unreleased Biggie verse that almost landed on a Shaq track... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Jewelry District
Episode 80: Guests Jules Kim and Vikki Tobak

The Jewelry District

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 28:57


You'll hear JCK editor-in-chief Victoria Gomelsky and news director Rob Bates interview two guests—Vikki Tobak author of Ice Cold: A Hip-Hop Jewelry History, and Jules Kim, owner and designer of Bijules Jewelry. They discuss how both women came up in the New York City club culture scene, and how it influenced both of their careers. Vikki talks about the early days of hip-hop and how its connection to jewelry began and evolved. Jules notes some jewelry styles that have their origins in African and African American culture, and the beauty of their evolution through time.Show Notes02:30 The hosts introduce their guests, Vikki Tobak and Jules Kim03:05 Vikki shares her background and interest in jewelry and hip-hop07:40 Jules goes into her background15:20 Vikki talks about why the hip-hop world got interested in jewelry19:00 Jules describes grill culture and how it evolved from its humble origins23:45 Vikki's favorite quotes and moments from her bookEpisode CreditsHosts: Rob Bates and Victoria GomelskyGuests: Jules Kim, Vikki TobakProducer and engineer: Natalie ChometPlugs: jckonline.com @jckmagazine, Bijules, Ice Cold: A Hip-Hop Jewelry HistoryShow RecapThe Intersection of Hip-Hop and JewelryVikki is a longtime journalist and curator. Both of the books she has written so far have been focused on hip-hop. She was an immigrant kid in Detroit, rooted in a city that was founded on music culture. She fell in love with hip-hop as a kid in the 90s, and moved to New York, during an immersive time of music and club culture. She started out working for a record label at age 19, then started writing about this culture.The book tells a different angle to the culture, following this through line that's been a constant throughout Vikki's whole life. When asked when she started researching this topic, she says, “Informally? Since my mom bought me a Nefertiti pendant when I was living in Detroit in the 1980s.” Formally, she started in the beginning of the pandemic. It was challenging at that time because she couldn't visit the diamond district or Canal Street, as she would have wanted to do in person. Jewelry is part of the fabric of hip-hop and club culture. You see it reflected in what people are wearing when you walk down the streets of New York.Musical InfluencesMany musicians contributed to Vikki's book: Slick Rick—known as the don of hip-hop jewelry—wrote the foreword, and LL Cool J contributed an essay about a trip he took to Cote D'Ivoire in 1988 and the African link to hip-hop jewelry; A$AP Ferg, the first hip-hop ambassador for Tiffany. The common thread across these stories is the shared value of success and what we wear on our bodies as being representative of so much more (status, “making it,” being royalty). It's more than conspicuous consumption. Jewelry is a communication.Jules' BackgroundJules grew up in Richmond, Virginia. As soon as she and her twin sister could, they moved to New York. They were both DJing and throwing parties. Jules came to the city as a fashion intern and was fascinated with nightlife and the fast-paced, shared communal experience. Jules thinks of jewelry as a “forever material,” and says, “in that time period, I was living a very ephemeral experience, so everything was fleeting.” She assisted other fashion designers by day, and carting vinyl records to parties across town by night. She recognized that this experience didn't last forever, and she eventually decided she wanted to make something that lasts.She started Bijules in 2002. She wore all her pieces out and sold them at clubs. She was influenced by street fashion and decided to implement the nameplate with graffiti. When asked if she had any training, Jules said no. She went to university on scholarship for flute. She realized formal training wasn't for her. She studied fashion in France, then came back and took a jewelry 101 class. It inspired her to dedicate herself to learning.Downtown CultureVikki talks about the jewelry scene on Canal Street vs. in the diamond district. It's cheaper, more playful. The diamond district was this other world that she didn't have a reason to go to. Hip-hop and club culture is a culture of hustle, which overlaps with jewelry industry. Both are made up of immigrants. Being part of downtown culture was also this way. Vikki describes a “motley crew” that had similar hustle, dreams, and aspirations.Hip-Hop and Jewelry ThenVikki talks about the origins of hip-hop's interest in jewelry. The young people who were to become the future superstars of the genre looked to the street for their styles. The first instance of jewelry on a hip-hop album cover was Kurtis Blow's debut album in 1980, and those chains were very tiny and layered with a few pendants. As hip-hop stepped into its power in the ‘90s and more money started coming into the culture, early styles started coming along. That moment quickly led to artists using platinum, diamonds, and other precious materials in their jewelry. Trends included label pendants—the Roc-A-Fella chain, Death Row pendant, etc. There were many milestones that inform how the jewelry looks and the influence it has on the larger jewelry world.Grill CultureAny other trends that we really owe to the hip-hop world and don't recognize their true origins? Vikki underlines that the styles that have ties to African cultures, which can be seen in Fulani hoop earrings, Ashanti rings, Tuareg rings, etc.Jules answers the question too. Hip-hop is born from African American culture. The grill originally came from a need for dental attention. Fast generations to what it is now: “There's something beautiful about embellishing what you say and how it escapes your mouth,” comments Jules. Jules describes how she partnered with Erica Badu on a project called “Badrool.” Jules' husband took photographs in Senegal. She describes a photo that shows a ritual and jewelry that is connected with it—a type of grill. The “badrool” looks like rose gold falling out of Erica Badu's mouth.Hip-Hop and Jewelry NowWhen asked if she has any favorite parts of her book to note, Vikki references a Biggie quote, “You never thought that hip-hop would take it this far.” Now everyone is dying to work with hip-hop artists. She thinks of this quote and remembers the early days when that was not the case. Jules shares a positive connection someone made as a result of Vikki's book—it speaks to the culture and how committed it is to communicating its style through jewelry. Jules' anecdote shows how the book is actively inspiring new designers.

The Jewelry District
Episode 80: Guests Jules Kim and Vikki Tobak

The Jewelry District

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 28:57


You'll hear JCK editor-in-chief Victoria Gomelsky and news director Rob Bates interview two guests—Vikki Tobak author of Ice Cold: A Hip-Hop Jewelry History, and Jules Kim, owner and designer of Bijules Jewelry. They discuss how both women came up in the New York City club culture scene, and how it influenced both of their careers. Vikki talks about the early days of hip-hop and how its connection to jewelry began and evolved. Jules notes some jewelry styles that have their origins in African and African American culture, and the beauty of their evolution through time.Show Notes02:30 The hosts introduce their guests, Vikki Tobak and Jules Kim03:05 Vikki shares her background and interest in jewelry and hip-hop07:40 Jules goes into her background15:20 Vikki talks about why the hip-hop world got interested in jewelry19:00 Jules describes grill culture and how it evolved from its humble origins23:45 Vikki's favorite quotes and moments from her bookEpisode CreditsHosts: Rob Bates and Victoria GomelskyGuests: Jules Kim, Vikki TobakProducer and engineer: Natalie ChometPlugs: jckonline.com @jckmagazine, Bijules, Ice Cold: A Hip-Hop Jewelry HistoryShow RecapThe Intersection of Hip-Hop and JewelryVikki is a longtime journalist and curator. Both of the books she has written so far have been focused on hip-hop. She was an immigrant kid in Detroit, rooted in a city that was founded on music culture. She fell in love with hip-hop as a kid in the 90s, and moved to New York, during an immersive time of music and club culture. She started out working for a record label at age 19, then started writing about this culture.The book tells a different angle to the culture, following this through line that's been a constant throughout Vikki's whole life. When asked when she started researching this topic, she says, “Informally? Since my mom bought me a Nefertiti pendant when I was living in Detroit in the 1980s.” Formally, she started in the beginning of the pandemic. It was challenging at that time because she couldn't visit the diamond district or Canal Street, as she would have wanted to do in person. Jewelry is part of the fabric of hip-hop and club culture. You see it reflected in what people are wearing when you walk down the streets of New York.Musical InfluencesMany musicians contributed to Vikki's book: Slick Rick—known as the don of hip-hop jewelry—wrote the foreword, and LL Cool J contributed an essay about a trip he took to Cote D'Ivoire in 1988 and the African link to hip-hop jewelry; A$AP Ferg, the first hip-hop ambassador for Tiffany. The common thread across these stories is the shared value of success and what we wear on our bodies as being representative of so much more (status, “making it,” being royalty). It's more than conspicuous consumption. Jewelry is a communication.Jules' BackgroundJules grew up in Richmond, Virginia. As soon as she and her twin sister could, they moved to New York. They were both DJing and throwing parties. Jules came to the city as a fashion intern and was fascinated with nightlife and the fast-paced, shared communal experience. Jules thinks of jewelry as a “forever material,” and says, “in that time period, I was living a very ephemeral experience, so everything was fleeting.” She assisted other fashion designers by day, and carting vinyl records to parties across town by night. She recognized that this experience didn't last forever, and she eventually decided she wanted to make something that lasts.She started Bijules in 2002. She wore all her pieces out and sold them at clubs. She was influenced by street fashion and decided to implement the nameplate with graffiti. When asked if she had any training, Jules said no. She went to university on scholarship for flute. She realized formal training wasn't for her. She studied fashion in France, then came back and took a jewelry 101 class. It inspired her to dedicate herself to learning.Downtown CultureVikki talks about the jewelry scene on Canal Street vs. in the diamond district. It's cheaper, more playful. The diamond district was this other world that she didn't have a reason to go to. Hip-hop and club culture is a culture of hustle, which overlaps with jewelry industry. Both are made up of immigrants. Being part of downtown culture was also this way. Vikki describes a “motley crew” that had similar hustle, dreams, and aspirations.Hip-Hop and Jewelry ThenVikki talks about the origins of hip-hop's interest in jewelry. The young people who were to become the future superstars of the genre looked to the street for their styles. The first instance of jewelry on a hip-hop album cover was Kurtis Blow's debut album in 1980, and those chains were very tiny and layered with a few pendants. As hip-hop stepped into its power in the ‘90s and more money started coming into the culture, early styles started coming along. That moment quickly led to artists using platinum, diamonds, and other precious materials in their jewelry. Trends included label pendants—the Roc-A-Fella chain, Death Row pendant, etc. There were many milestones that inform how the jewelry looks and the influence it has on the larger jewelry world.Grill CultureAny other trends that we really owe to the hip-hop world and don't recognize their true origins? Vikki underlines that the styles that have ties to African cultures, which can be seen in Fulani hoop earrings, Ashanti rings, Tuareg rings, etc.Jules answers the question too. Hip-hop is born from African American culture. The grill originally came from a need for dental attention. Fast generations to what it is now: “There's something beautiful about embellishing what you say and how it escapes your mouth,” comments Jules. Jules describes how she partnered with Erica Badu on a project called “Badrool.” Jules' husband took photographs in Senegal. She describes a photo that shows a ritual and jewelry that is connected with it—a type of grill. The “badrool” looks like rose gold falling out of Erica Badu's mouth.Hip-Hop and Jewelry NowWhen asked if she has any favorite parts of her book to note, Vikki references a Biggie quote, “You never thought that hip-hop would take it this far.” Now everyone is dying to work with hip-hop artists. She thinks of this quote and remembers the early days when that was not the case. Jules shares a positive connection someone made as a result of Vikki's book—it speaks to the culture and how committed it is to communicating its style through jewelry. Jules' anecdote shows how the book is actively inspiring new designers.

Spaceships Down Memory Lane
SDML Presents: Quick 90's Mix

Spaceships Down Memory Lane

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 31:55


We've been super busy with video production and DJing events. We also have been working on some updates coming to the show soon. Thank y'all for rocking with us, we love y'all and stay tuned... @SDMLPODCAST

Lunch with Biggie
Vexed Vending - Stephanie West turned her fascination with vending machine from Japan into a business that showcases and brings a creative vending machines for local venues filled with local art & fun

Lunch with Biggie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 51:21


I got to spend a lunch break with Stephanie West of Vexed Vending. Vexed Vending is bringing the fun into Vending Machines as a Local Art Vending Weird Art Shoppe- They provide a Creative Vending Machine for Local Venues. Stocked with Local Artists/Makers. I spoke to Stephanie about how she came up with the idea of creating Vexed Vending. We discussed the concept of Creative Vending and what are the oddest things she has bought from a vending machine. We spoke about introducing this concept to businesses and about brand awareness. We spoke about how they find the vending machines and how they restore them to bring them back to life to go into a bar or a store. We also spoke about Grilled Cheese. Lunch with Biggie is a podcast about small business and creatives sharing their stories and inspiring you to pursue your passion, with some sandwich talk on the side. Created, edited, and produced in Orlando, FL by Biggie- the owner of the sandwich-themed clothing brand- Deli Fresh Threads. Vexed Vending Social: Vexed Vending IG: https://www.instagram.com/vexedvending Vexed Vending website: https://www.vexedvending.com Biggie's Social: Deli Fresh Thread's Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/delifreshthreads/ Podcast's Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/lunchwithbiggie/ Podcast's Facebook Group- https://www.facebook.com/groups/lunchwithbiggie Podcast's twitter- https://twitter.com/LunchwithBiggie Deli Fresh Threads- https://DeliFreshThreads.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lunchwithbiggie/message

2 Guys Named Chris, Daily Show Highlights
More Biggie Halloween Movie Reviews

2 Guys Named Chris, Daily Show Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 15:21


More Biggie Halloween Movie ReviewsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jim and Them
Ye On Tucker - #745 Part 1

Jim and Them

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 96:13


Theme Park Adventures: Mike is back from his Halloween theme park adventures last week, this is for the silent majority.Ye On Tucker: Kanye West was on Tucker Carlson's show to explain his White Lives Matter shirt and continue to dominate the fashion landscape.Stunts: Why do some people's stunts get celebrated but not Kanye!? Steve-O? Borat? IMPRACTICAL JOKERS!?THE POWER OF DARKNESS!, KILL YOURSELF!, AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON!, SPOOKY SEASON!, ANNABELLE CREATION!, DAVID F SANDBERG!, PATREON!, MIKE AT HALLOWEEN HORROR NIGHTS!, SKANKFEST!, LUIS J. GOMEZ!, NO SHOW!?, CHRISTMAS!, HALLOWEEN!, HAUNTED MANSION HOLIDAY!, NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS!, JACK!, SALLY!, GALAXY'S EDGE!, RISE OF THE RESISTANCE!, MONSTERS AFTER DARK!, GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY!, BRUNO!, MEXICAN!, SANDERSON SISTERS!, AGATHA!, TRICK OR TREAT!, GRAPES!, REFRESHING!, SMUGGLER'S RUN!, MILLENIUM FALCON!, SPLASH MOUNTAIN!, PRINCESS AND THE FROG!, PROUD!, CHURRO FLIGHT!, PUMPKIN PIE CHURRO!, CAR'S LAND!, RADIATOR SPRINGS RACER!, DEBIT CARD!, ANAHEIM!, MONEY!, SCAM!, MIX CD!, NYC!, FINESSE!, KANYE WEST!, YE!, WHITE LIVES MATTER!, FASHION!, LADY GAGA!, FOX NEWS!, TUCKER CARLSON!, GOD!, BIBLE!, MEDIA!, CANDACE OWENS!, BRILLIANCE!, P DIDDY!, VULTURE!, MASE!, CRAIG MACK!, BIGGIE!, PERFORMATIVE!, ATTENTION SEEKING!, LAMAR ODOM!, PREMEDITATED!, STUNTS!, TV!, BORAT!, LADY BORAT!, STEVE-O!, NATHAN FIELDER!, IMPRACTICAL JOKERS!, SAL!, MIKE VIDEOGAME!, STAXX!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!

The Crate 808 Podcast
The Roots' 3-Album Run w/ Beezy (Dead End Hip Hop) | Ep. 143

The Crate 808 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 122:20 Very Popular


This week is special, as we dive into the work of one of rap's greatest groups - The Roots. We're joined by Dead End Hip Hop's Roots super fan, Beezy, to talk about their incredible three album run…   1995's Do You Want More?!!!??!, Illadelph Halflife from 1996, and Things Fall Apart - their 1999 classic.   Throughout this journey you'll hear from the group and their fans, with dope contributions from Dart Adams, John Morrison, Zilla Rocca, Nate LeBlanc, Vice Beats, Weird Rap and The Next Movement Podcast.   Our 3-Album Run series in full: https://www.crate808.com/3album-runs  

Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interviews with Tim Einenkel

Jeru The Damaja checks in this week from Berlin, Germany with Tim Einenkel. Jeru talks career, working with artists such as DJ Premier, his early beef with Puffy, why it was never about Biggie, life in quarantine and newest project. This interview was recorded in April of 2020, beginning of Covid Pandemic. Full interview at AllHipHop.com

Biographers International Organization
Podcast Episode #102 – Justin Tinsley

Biographers International Organization

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 30:23


This week we interview Justin Tinsley, a senior sports and culture reporter for ESPN's “The Undefeated.” He has written commentaries and feature stories about people as varied as Marvin Gaye, […]

MANSWERS
Episode 28 - Miss CTG and the Funky Jug Boys Band

MANSWERS

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 85:35


Episode 28 is a rippin and a roppin on this fine fantastic day. Let's get to the goods! First off after another fire intro, the gang gets rolling into a serious question about Biggie's infamous line "cheese eggs and welch's grape..." find out for yourself (7min). Next we get into our real Quick Question of the day, or at least we try t0 (20min): Why is everybody getting divorced this week? I can't really say if we get to the bottom of it but we're a podcast about the journey, not the destination. Next we mosey our way into some questions. Iz kicks us off (30min) with a mercedes in gatorade type doozy of a question: can your ex become your next? Are you getting back with that old thang or is it on to the next? Next B Todd brings us into our FIRST FAN QUESTION! (50min) That's right, a question from the fan of the show (and a good one at that!) How do you navigate relationships with serious mental health issues at play. Is it a dealbreaker at all? Finally Miss CTG brings us home (1h7m) with another request from a fan: a firing squad for Joe Budden's dumbazz! Thanks to our listeners for bringing these to the table. We got another great pod in the sode you don't want to miss!

2 Guys Named Chris, Daily Show Highlights
Biggie Reviews Another Halloween Movie

2 Guys Named Chris, Daily Show Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 13:32


Biggie Reviews Another Halloween MovieSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Brain Candy Podcast
EP654: Hip Hop, Hazing, & Hilarity

The Brain Candy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 91:19


Today we find out why Susie and Sarah are both "agents of chaos," but for different reasons. Susie watched a documentary about 2Pac and Biggie, and now she's an expert on 90s hip hop, and Sarah is here for it. We learn about a recent death in the Navy Seals training camp, and why few people are passing the course each year. Plus, we hear why the performance-enhancing drugs people use to complete the training are bad for the military. We discuss the death of the last member of an uncontacted tribe in Brazil and why Susie is obsessed with these idigenous groups and their decision to live in isolation. Susie went to the Chris Rock concert, and we discuss how his style of comedy was inspiring to her and reminded her of church. Plus, we interview Ralphy Rodriguez about his time in the group Menudo, how he coped with the difficulties the group experienced, and how it's similar to Susie's experience in reality tv.  Join our book club, shop our merch, sign-up for our free newsletter, & more by visiting The Brain Candy Podcast website: Connect with us on social media: BCP Instagram: Susie's Instagram: Sarah's Instagram: BCP Twitter: Susie's Twitter: Sarah's Twitter: Get 15% off an annual membership at Get 20% off your first purchase at More podcasts at WAVE:

Lunch with Biggie
Freehand Goods- Seth Daniels is handcrafting small batch leather goods, grooming supplies and gifts and working along with Jacob Zempf producing products made in Florida from the Sunshine State.

Lunch with Biggie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 36:20


I got to spend a lunch break with Seth Daniels, the Chief Leather Officer and co-owner along with Jacob Zempf of Freehand Goods in Orlando, FL. Freehand Goods is developed out of a desire to collaborate with local artisans to create a small batch of handmade goods, such as Leather Goods, Grooming Supplies & Unique Gifts. All made In Florida. I spoke to Seth about how he and Jacob met; how they met and how they started with a 1978 U.S. Military Trailer based on their success within one year, doing workshops they had the opportunity to open inside East End Market, launched their website, and been in business over 5 years. We spoke about how they come up with their products; how long it takes him to create the leather goods; how they met V.Steiner and collaborate on their awesome merchandise; Why he loves Orlando; Tips on approaching stores to sell their products. Lunch with Biggie is a podcast about small business and creatives sharing their stories and inspiring you to pursue your passion, with some sandwich talk on the side. Created, edited, and produced in Orlando, FL by Biggie- the owner of the sandwich-themed clothing brand- Deli Fresh Threads. Freehand Goods Social: Freehand Goods IG: https://www.instagram.com/freehandgoods/ Freehand Goods website: https://badasssandwiches.com Freehand Goods Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/freehandgoods Biggie's Social: Deli Fresh Thread's Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/delifreshthreads/ Podcast's Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/lunchwithbiggie/ Podcast's Facebook Group- https://www.facebook.com/groups/lunchwithbiggie Podcast's twitter- https://twitter.com/LunchwithBiggie Support my brand - Deli Fresh Threads- https://DeliFreshThreads.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lunchwithbiggie/message

BETTER with Mark Brand
Ernie Paniccioli - REMEMBERING WHO WE ARE

BETTER with Mark Brand

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 57:11


Brother Ernie Paniccioli is a legendary hip hop & culture historian, humanitarian, and self-taught photographer who has been ‘documenting the culture since the start.'  My first meeting with Brother Ernie was in Vancouver where he said the feeling of being seen—truly seen and known—was more alive because Indigenous people are "everywhere." Unlike in Brooklyn where he grew up eight blocks away from Biggie Smalls. In this conversation, we track the history of hip hop as a global voice—a global power—and how it can teach us to inhabit a consciousness that promotes our collective wellbeing over a collective violence that he says, knowingly, only leads to the perpetuation of more violence.  Here's a quote to kick us off, "If you're gonna love Tupac, if you're gonna love Biggie, then you have to look at it through a different lens—and that lens is how do we not hurt each other? How do we not expand on that violence? How do we not relive it? They say, History's best qualified to teach you, whether it's Germany and the Holocaust or the American Native situation. Unless you know your history, you're condemned to repeat it. So, my thing is very simple: let Tupac and Biggie rest in peace, but more importantly, learn from that and learn that violence creates more violence. What you eat, what you see, and what you absorb is what you become," he says before leading us into a list of recommendations to enlighten the mind and lighten the heart. Also, special side note, if you're catching this at the time of air, Brother Ernie's work is currently being displayed at the GRAMMY Museum Experience, at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. The feature exhibit is called, “A Hip-Hop Life: Five Decades of Hip-Hop Music, Art and Culture" and displays early & exclusive, behind-the-scenes photos of Hip-Hop legends: Tupac, Biggie Smalls, Naughty By Nature, Lauryn Hill, the Fugees, Ice T, Chuck D, Queen Latifah, and many many more. WORKS:- Dig into the history (see Ernie's prints for sale here)- Hip Hop Hall of Fame in 2014 - Served as the chief photographer for the hip hop magazine, “Word Up!” for over 20 years- Spokesman at The United Nations for The Temple of Hip Hop during the Hip Hop Peace Conference- Published several books, including “Who Shot Ya”- Featured as the subject of the award-winning documentary, “The Other Side of Hip-Hop" TOOLS:- Stories that help guide us into a deeper knowing of ourselves- Wisdom that appeals to the importance of history, knowing it, and using it to shape the future- Spiritual truths that guide us out of violence and into regular, good fun- Legendary tales that remind us to celebrate the ones who gave us what we have today LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT:
BETTER is recorded on the unceded and ancestral territory of the hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh speaking peoples, the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations, and has been stewarded by them since time immemorial.  BETTER with Mark Brand is produced by Pamela Rothenberg of I HEAR YOU STUDIOS and Adam Karch with Orbyt Media

SacredIconHalo: A Halo Podcast
Oddball Episode 33: Biggie Blunts With Radagast

SacredIconHalo: A Halo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 79:12


Journey back to 2012 with us as we unpack the emotions we felt the first time we watched The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Listen if you wish, but we can't guarantee you'll return the same if you do.

Renegade Radio with Jay Ferruggia: Fitness | Nutrition | Lifestyle | Strength Training | Self Help | Motivation
#458: Would You Rather - Trap Bar or Dumbbell RDL, Eliminate Foods or Track Macros, 2Pac or Biggie?

Renegade Radio with Jay Ferruggia: Fitness | Nutrition | Lifestyle | Strength Training | Self Help | Motivation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 42:52 Very Popular


I can't overstate the value of connection.  Becoming a better communicator, connector, and building a network of contacts has changed my life and the lives of countless others.  It's a superpower.  If you've ever spent time with me in person you know what I mean.  I take it upon myself to get everyone engaged, laughing, and out of their own heads by starting up a game or asking a Top-5.  So I figured why not bring that energy to the show with a little would you rather?  Sponsors BiOptimizers: Want an all-in-one solution to improve your mood, stress levels, and overall health and vitality? Your answer lies at magbreakthrough.com/jay and be sure to use coupon code JAY10. Ice Barrel: Get leaner, improve recovery and performance, reduce inflammation, improve mood and brain function, feel and sleep better all from the comfort of your home. Go to icebarrel.com/jay and use the coupon code JAY for $125 off.  Paleo Valley: Easily my favorite company when it comes to natural, whole food sourced supplements, and clean, nutrient dense snack foods. Go to paleovalley.com and use coupon code JAY to find out why for yourself. 

DJ MISS M Podcasts
Episode 314: V101.1FM Sacramento Mix 1 (09/30/22) #sacramento #IheartRadio

DJ MISS M Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 22:08


Blow The Whistle - Too ShortThe Motto - Drake & Lil WayneRide Wit Me - Nelly ft City Spud Wait (The Whisper Song) - Ying Yang TwinsAll About U - 2 Pac ft. Nate Dogg, Snoop Dogg, Dru Down & The Outlawz I'm Good - BlaqueTambourine - Eve ft Swizz BeatsGot Your Money - Ol Dirty BastardMo Money Mo Problems - The Notorious BIG -Jump Around - House Of PainI'll Be - Foxy Brown ft Jay Z 

Daddy Issues
Daddy Issues: Cartoons & Cereal

Daddy Issues

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 112:57


What up PEEPS! It's another edition of the Daddy Issues Podcast. This week its best cartoon intro song, power rangers, frosted flakes struggle meals, coaches, favorite teacher, top 5 rappers, Tupac & Biggie, Master P, and childhood stars. 

Lunch with Biggie
Bad As's Sandwich- Chef John Collazo has taken his Bad As's flavors and put them between the greatest vessel- between bread- His sandwiches have gone from Food truck to 1st location to now burgers!

Lunch with Biggie

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 33:20


I got to spend a lunch break with Chef John Collazo, the owner of Bad As's Sandwich and soon Bad As's Burgers in Orlando, FL. Bad As's Sandwich simply believes that if you want to take a risk from the ORDINARY, from the same ol' same sammiches? Come try BAD AS'S!! #NOTYOURMOMMASSANDWICHES I spoke to John about how they started with a food truck and took the risk and opened their first location and then the 2nd location during Covid and now opening a burger spot. We spoke about why sandwiches and now burgers are the perfect vessel for him. He gave me some sandwich-making tips and burger tips too! We spoke about finding that balance of work and recreation. John also gave us a sneak peek at what to expect when you visit Bad As's Burgers soon. Lunch with Biggie is a podcast about small business and creatives sharing their stories and inspiring you to pursue your passion, with some sandwich talk on the side. Created, edited, and produced in Orlando, FL by Biggie- the owner of the sandwich-themed clothing brand- Deli Fresh Threads. Bad As's Social: Bad As's Sandwiches IG: https://www.instagram.com/badass_sandwich/ Bad As's Burgers IG: https://www.instagram.com/badass_burgersfl/ Bad As's website: https://badasssandwiches.com Bad As's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/badasssandwich Biggie's Social: Deli Fresh Thread's Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/delifreshthreads/ Podcast's Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/lunchwithbiggie/ Podcast's Facebook Group- https://www.facebook.com/groups/lunchwithbiggie Podcast's twitter- https://twitter.com/LunchwithBiggie Support my brand - Deli Fresh Threads- https://DeliFreshThreads.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lunchwithbiggie/message

MooHawg The Podcast
Cooking the Books with Biggie !

MooHawg The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 78:58


Today's episode finds us" locking it in" with IG sensation Biggie of Cook the Books.  We dive into his hilarious Biggie Challenges along with his wildly successful take on the weekly betting lines.   Our very own Nikki No C, after going 3-1 with her picks, goes toe to toe with Biggie on this weeks games.   Commish gives final thoughts on the Queen marathon and college football.  We explore the Creeker Seekers , Aaron Judge and all things grilling.    Were BETING you are going to love this episode . 

The Big Foodies
Ranking the Best Jello

The Big Foodies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 14:27


The Big Foodies as always are presented by Berky Orthodontics and in this episode, the guys switch to a different style of snacks in a cup and try different flavors of Jello. Snack packs, Jell-O brand and others get put on trial as Biggie, Matt and BB sit down and try several different flavors of the gelatinous delicacy

No Ceilings with Glasses Malone
Conversations About Squabbles

No Ceilings with Glasses Malone

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 60:40 Very Popular


Glasses Malone, Peter Bas, Norm Steele are back with another episode with guest Mouse Jones discuss the art of squabbling. From the Russia-Ukraine conflict, Pac and Biggie, postering in hip hop and the elements that create the allure of rooting for the villain. Rate, subscribe, comment and share. Follow NC on IG @GlassesLoc @Peter_Bas_Boss  @biggsteele562 @mouse_jones    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

80z Babies
Episode 161: A (Random) Conversation with (and about) Nick Rosenberg

80z Babies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 88:04


The 80z Babies are joined by Nick Rosenberg in a full on rap nerd discussion stemming from the conversation on Madvillainy.  The conversation takes us from Nick's hiphop beginnings as a fan of "Parents Just Don't Understand" to the early days of the Low Budget crew and even a stint at Rawkus Records.  Enjoy the tangents!     (1:20) Introducing Nick Rosenberg (3:05) Rap radio and WOL (5:15) Reminiscing about the DMC Hip Hop scene (8:02) What was it like being at an underground label? (8:45) The lost Kool G Rap album on Rawkus (10:58) Was Mos Def too "anti" for trying to level up? Why is his album on Luminary? (12:12) Did Mos have the most potential of any Hip Hop artist ever? (13:05) The beginnings of Rawkus Records (14:47) Why didn't Rawkus sign Kanye West? (17:28) Was there a Hot 97 reality show? (19:25) How does Nick get into music and entertainment law? (22:18) When did Nick start "managing" Peter? (23:43) What is Nick's relationship to Eminem and Paul Rosenberg? (25:14) Is there a lot of money in sample packs? The headache of sample clearances (33:33) Music nerd tangent discussing Brian Wilson from The Beach Boys (39:45) A random tangent discussing how music breaks cultural barriers (44:30) A random tangent discussing Lootpack and Planet Asia (46:16) Do you ever cringe at your takes from your younger years? Outlaw defends the younger, pretentious Outlaw from high school and college (50:09) Is Yinka too manly to bang Meg the Stallion in the car? (52:25) Nick shares his Spotify streaming challenge guessing game he plays with his friends (53:07) MF DOOM is inexplicably popular with Gen Z (56:40) Is Phonte one of the most talented artists around? (59:50) Turn it up to 11, Spinal Tap appreciation (1:02:45) Obligatory Biggie appreciation chat (1:03:45) Biggie ghost wrote every person's lyrics in Junior M.A.F.I.A (1:05:09) Is Biggie a "god"? Must you be dead before your portrait is painted on walls? (1:08:32) Ready to Die vs Life After Death (1:09:12) What's your top 5 albums? (1:10:36) Carter I vs Carter II vs Carter III (1:11:42) Mos Def and Mannie Fresh did an album together? Did Mos revoke his citizenship? (1:12:57) Did Pusha T live in Bethesda, MD? (1:14:18) Nick shares the most apt Nas description of all time (1:15:15) Revisiting the Smithsonian Anthology of Hip Hop and Rap (1:19:50) The run of music circa 2005 (1:21:45) G-Unit discussion (1:25:18) One last Doom story

Lunch with Biggie
Phat Ash Bakes- Izzy Erazo's wife Ashley started slinging small batch cookies to friends and co-workers and led to folks sliding into her DMs and drop-offs to now a Speakeasy and shipping worldwide.

Lunch with Biggie

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 60:58


I got to spend a lunch break with Israel "Izzy" Erazo, co-owner of Phat Ash Bakes in Orlando, FL, a bakery slingin small-batch cookies from scratch. With lots of love. And a lil' bit of Jersey sass. I spoke to Izzy about how his wife, Ashley started baking up cookies and brownies and how they came up with the concept. We spoke about how her employer at the time was her first customer and how a friend helped name it and push them to make it real. Izzy shared about their 200 flavors and how they started out as drop-offs in parking lots and customers ordering sliding into their DMs to now having a speakeasy and a website that ships worldwide. We discussed the success and the growth of their social and how they took a chance on themselves and their delicious baked goods and it more than paid off. We also may have talked about Taylor Ham Pork Roll sandwiches too. Lunch with Biggie is a podcast about small business and creatives sharing their stories and inspiring you to pursue your passion, with some sandwich talk on the side. Created, edited, and produced in Orlando, FL by Biggie- the owner of the sandwich-themed clothing brand- Deli Fresh Threads. Phat Ash Bakes Social: Phat Ash Bakes IG: https://www.instagram.com/phatashbakes/ Phat Ash Bakes website: https://www.phatashbakes.com Society Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PhatAshBakes Biggie's Social: Deli Fresh Thread's Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/delifreshthreads/ Podcast's Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/lunchwithbiggie/ Podcast's Facebook Group- https://www.facebook.com/groups/lunchwithbiggie Podcast's twitter- https://twitter.com/LunchwithBiggie Support my brand Deli Fresh Threads- https://delifreshthreads.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lunchwithbiggie/message

2 Guys Named Chris, Daily Show Highlights
Biggie Is Not In Slow Motion

2 Guys Named Chris, Daily Show Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 4:59


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Spaceships Down Memory Lane
Episode 57: JD vs Diddy - Diddy Appreciation

Spaceships Down Memory Lane

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 65:33


On the second part of JD vs Diddy, the guys give Puff Daddy aka P. Diddy aka Brother Love aka whatever you wanna call him, his flowers. They break down classic songs from the Bad Boy camp and give the various producers credit that helped him with his magic for so many years.

Take It Personal
Take It Personal (Ep 114: 1994 Tribute Pt. 6)

Take It Personal

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 205:32


Episode 114 is part 6 our 1994 Tribute. This is our 2nd to last installment of this historic tribute we've started way back in June. On this show we first dip our toes in the commercial waters as we play the hits. We're talking Biggie, Heavy D, Bone Thugs, Snoop Dogg, Ahmad and Coolio to name a few. On the b-side we're heading down south. We're paying homage to the best Southern hip-hop to come out of '94 with music from Scarface, Outkast, Eightball & MJG, UGK, Odd Squad, Big Mike, Willie D, Fesu and Arrested Development. Don't forget about the TIP giveaway. There's still time to enter! Simply tag us on social with your TIP swag and you'll be entered to win. Remember to enter promo code "ROGER" and save 25% off your purchase in our online store. Each photo posted will increase your chances to win some great vinyl courtesy of Get On Down and Bumrush 45. www.takeitpersonalradio.com Follow us on Instagram @takeitpersonal Online store: https://take-it-personal.creator-spring.com/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TakeItPersonal

All The Smoke
Extra Smoke: Jim Jones & Maino | The Lobby Boyz, Biggie & Tupac | SHOWTIME Basketball

All The Smoke

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 49:51 Very Popular


Big-time rappers Jim Jones & Maino join the boys on a special EXTRA SMOKE episode. The duo discusses their new collaboration, how they squashed a beef to start the 'Lobby Boyz', and their experiences with Biggie & Tupac. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.