1) Intro [00:00] 2) Zion Y Lennox ft Daddy Yankee – Yo Voy [00:30] 3) Zion – Yo Voy a Llegar [02:10] 4) Wisin Y Yandel, Hector El Father – El Telefono [02:30] 5) Hector El Father – Sola [03:22] 6) Zion – Alocate [04:24] 7) Rakim Y Ken-Y – Down [05:45] 8) La Factoria, Eddy Lover – Perdoname [07:06] 9) Big Boy, Angel Lopez – Mis Ojos Lloran Por Ti [08:27] 10) De La Ghetto, Randy – Sensacion Del Bloque [09:30] 11) Don Omar – Pobre Diabla [10:00] 12) Tego Calderon – Dominicana [11:25] 13) Daddy Yankee – Lo Que Paso, Paso [12:36] 14) Ivy Queen – Yo Quiero Bailar [13:16] 15) Daddy Yankee – Gasolina [14:47] 16) Plan B – Guatauba [15:47] 17) El General ft Anayka – Rica y Apretadita [17:02] 18) Jowell Y Randy – No Te Veo [18:02] 19) Arcangel – Pa Que La Pases Bien [19:42] 20) Arcangel – Tengo Ganas De Ti [20:42] 21) Wisin Y Yandel – Me Estas Tentando [21:58] 22) Tego Calderon, Randy – Quitarte To [22:16] 23) Nicky Jam, Daddy Yankee – Donde Estan Las Gatas [23:08] 24) Speedy – Amor Con La Ropa [24:18] 25) Don Chezina – Tra Tra Tra [25:11] 26) Daddy Yankee – Nunca Me Quedo (Live) [26:29] 27) Nicky Jam, Daddy Yankee – La Combi Complet (Live) [26:43] 28) Secreto – Yo Soy Tu Tiguere (Live) [28:03] 29) La Nueva Escuela – Ella Me Mira [28:56] 30) Pablo Piddy – Si Tu Quiere Dembow [29:27] 31) Los Lunaticos – Siente El Ki [30:16] 32) Dembow Clasico Unstoppable Break [30:41] 33) El Alfa – Como Yo Me Muevo [30:57] 34) El Mayor Clasico ft Sensato – Bello [31:37] 35) Secreto – Papa Dios Me Dijo [32:43] 36) The Cover Girls – Show Me [34:55] 37) Shannon – Let The Music Play [36:27] 38) Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam – I Wonder If I Take You Home [37:46] 39) Stevie B – Spring Love [34:53] 40) Cynthia – Change On Me [39:50] 41) Jennifer Lopez – Waiting For Tonight [40:56] 42) Haddaway – What Is Love [42:13] 43) Corona – The Rhythm of the Night [43:13] 44) Modjo – Lady (Hear Me Tonight) [44:20] 45) Daft Punk – One More Time [45:36] 47) Eurythmics – Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) [46:37] 48) Bon Jovi – Livin’ On A Prayer [47:41] 49) Mana – Oye Mi Amor [48:46] 50) a-ha – Take on Me (Live) [50:37] 51) Michael Jackson – Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough [52:36] 52) Rick James – Give It To Me Baby [54:18] 53) Sergio Vargas – La Ventanita [55:46] 54) Benny Sadel – Que Pasara [57:08] 55) Bonny Cepeda – La Fotografia [58:47] 56) Los Hermanos Rosario – Mi Tonto Amor [60:24] 57) Fernandito Villalona – No Podras [61:45] 58) Rubby Perez – Tu Vas A Volar [63:40] 59) Juan Luis Guerra – El Farolito [65:21] 60) Anthony Santos – Yo Me Muero Por Ti (Live) [67:17] 61) Aventura – La Novelita (Live) [68:42] 62) Aventura – Amor Bonito (Novela 2) [69:09] 63) Teodoro Reyes – Los Pobres Tambien Lloran [70:22] 64) Anthony Santos – Ay Mujer [71:31] 65) Anthony Santos – Te Vas Amor [72:26] 66) Raulin Rodriguez – Medicina De Amor [73:17] 67) Raulin Rodriguez – Su Novio Primero [74:30] 68) Luis Miguel Del Amargue – Niña Coqueta [76:25] 69) Elvis Martinez – Fabula De Amor [77:50] 70) Jose Manuel El Sultan – Elizabeth [79:05] 71) Kiko Rodriguez – Vagabundo, Borracho y Loco [80:19] 72) Joe Veras – Se Te Nota [81:02] 73) Teodoro Reyes – Morire Bebiendo [81:52] 74) Luis Vargas – Esa Mujer [83:45] 75) Juan Bautista – Por Mala Fe [85:05] 76) Hildemaro – Desde El Fondo De Mi Corazon [87:17] 77) Willie Gonzalez – Pequeñas Cosas [89:18] 78) Maelo Ruiz, Pedro Conga – Si Supieras [90:33] 79) Jerry Rivera – Cuenta Conmigo [92:17] 80) Tito Rojas – Ella Se Hizo Deseo [93:51] 81) Eddie Santiago – Me Fallaste [95:38] 82) Grupo Niche – Gotas De Lluvia [96:50] 83) Frankie Ruiz – Ironia [99:06] 84) Los Adolescentes – Personal Ideal [101:21] 85) Selena – Amor Prohibido (Live) [103:03] 86) Selena – Como La Flor (Live) [104:11] 87) Ini Kamoze – World A Reggae (Out In The Street They Call It Murder) [105:15] 88) Buju Banton – Champion [106:39] 89) Red Fox, Rayvon – Bashment Party [107:36] 90) Wayne Wonder – Searching Dem Searching [108:40] 91) Beenie Man – Who Am I [109:02] 92) Mr. Vegas – Nike Air (Hands In The Air) [110:22] 93) Sean Paul – Infiltrate [110:54] 94) Red Rat – Tight Up Skirt [111:57] 95) Mr. Vegas – Heads High [112:53] 96) Louchie Lou & Michie One – Rich Girl [114:24] 97) Cutty Ranks – Limb By Limb [115:38] 98) Chaka Demus & Pliers – Murder She Wrote [116:27] 99) Chaka Demus & Pliers – Bam Bam [117:38] 100) Tanto Metro & Devonte – Everyone Falls in Love [118:21] 101) Sean Paul ft Keyshia Cole – Give It Up To Me [119:31] 102) Wayne Wonder – No Letting Go [120:35] 103) Rupee – Tempted to Touch [122:25] 104) Kevin Lyttle – Turn Me On [123:23] 105) Nelly – Hot In Herre [124:18] 106) Snoop Dogg ft Pharell Williams – Beautiful [125:20] 107) Jagged Edge ft Nelly – Where The Party At [126:31] 108) Fatman Scoop ft Faith Evans – Be Faithful [128:12] 109) Usher ft Lil Jon & Ludacris – Yeah! [129:13] 110) Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz – Get Low [130:55] 111) Ciara ft Petey Pablo – Goodies [131:22] 112) Missy Elliot – Work It [132:00] 113) Busta Rhymes ft P. Diddy & Pharell – Pass The Courvoisier Part II [132:30] 114) DMX – Party Up [133:00] 115) Dr. Dre ft Snoop Dogg & Nate Dogg – The Next Episode [134:30] 116) Fat Joe ft Terror Squad – Lean Back [135:50] 117) 50 Cent, Olivia – Candy Shop [136:50] 118) N.O.R.E. – Nothin’ [138:08] 119) Nas ft The Bravehearts – Oochie Wally [139:26] 120) Lil’ Kim ft 50 Cent – Magic Stick [140:54] 121) 50 Cent – In Da Club [141:12] 122) The Game ft 50 Cent – How We Do [141:43] 123) Jay-Z – I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me) [143:36] 124) Jim Jones – We Fly High [144:37] 125) Jay-Z – Public Service Announcement [144:57] 126) 50 Cent – What Up Gangsta [145:42] 127) The Diplomats – Dipset Anthem [146:10] 128) Cam’ron, Lil Wayne – Suck It or Not [147:30] 129) The Diplomats – I Really Mean It [148:15] 130) Cam’ron, Juelz Santana – Oh Boy [148:43] 131) Kanye West – Can’t Tell Me Nothing [150:17] 132) Jay-Z – U Don’t Know [151:32] 133) Don Omar, Tego Calderon – Bandoleros [152:38] 134) T-Pain ft Akon – Bartender [154:25] 135) T-Pain – I’m Sprung [155:58] 136) Diddy ft Ginuwine, Loon & Mario Winans – I Need a Girl (Pt. 2) [157:40] 137) Akon ft Snoop Dogg – I Wanna Love You [158:48] 138) Mario – Let Me Love You [159:57] 139) Lloyd ft Lil Wayne – You [161:01] 140) Usher – U Don’t Have To Call [162:34] 141) Mya – Case Of The Ex (Whatcha Gonna Do) [163:32] 142) 112 – It’s Over Now [164:30] 143) Mario Winans – I Don’t Wanna Know [166:57] 144) Outkast – Ms. Jackson [167:57] 145) Bobby Valentino – Slow Down [169:47] 146) Fantasia – When I See U [171:47] 147) Ne-Yo – So Sick [172:46] 148) Keyshia Cole ft Missy Elliot & Lil’ Kim – Let It Go [173:47] 149) Ja Rule ft Lil’ Mo & Vita – Put It On Me [175:39] 150) Lil’ Flip ft Lea – Sunshine [177:20] 151) 50 Cent ft Nate Dogg – 21 Questions [178:41] 152) Fabolous ft Mike Shorey & Lil’ Mo – Can’t Let You Go [180:52] 153) Ja Rule ft Ashanti – Always On Time [182:11] 154) Cam’ron, Juelz Santana – Hey Ma [183:31] 155) G-Unit ft Joe – Wanna Get To Know You [185:07] 156) Busta Rhymes ft Flipmode Squad & Mariah Carey – I Know What You Want [186:40] 157) Jadakiss ft Mariah Carey – U Make Me Wanna [188:09] 158) Usher – Bad Girl [189:23] 159) Baby Bash, Frankie J – Suga Suga [191:13] 160) Monica – So Gone [192:32] 161) Nelly ft Kelly Rowland – Dilemma [194:03] 162) Justin Timberlake ft T.I. – My Love [195:34] 163) Lloyd – Get It Shawty [198:16] 164) R. Kelly – Ignition (Remix) [199:16] 165) Usher – U Got It Bad [200:47] 166) Ludacris, Lil Jon & Usher – Lovers And Friends [203:43] 167) Backstreet Boys – I Want It That Way [207:43]
On Your Artwork: Paul King and Blancmange. Madonna and Thompson Twins. Bonnie Tyler and Billy Idol. Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam, and Cliff Richard. Heading back to the mid-eighties for some great tunes of the day “Lean On Me”, “Running Up That Hill”, “I Can Dream About You”, “Rebel Yell”, “Drive” and “Dancing In The Street”, Where David Bowie + Mick Jagger are trying to fight off all on-comers for the coveted top spot in the singles. The albums have some classic Bruce Springsteen, Phil Collins and even more Bowie.
really can appreciate the finer things in life. With that being said, I am absolutely thrilled that we will be joined today by one of my favorite artists the Legendary R&B/POP/Dance artist, Lisa Lisa! Yes, Y'all the beautiful young lady who had us popping and locking in the 80's and 90s with her hit songs featuring the Cult Jam and who showed us all she could do it on her own when she had her solo hit, Skip To My Lu, then starred on a television show. This lovely Latina Lady has shown us that dreams come true if you work hard. What a wonderful birthday treat for me...
K69 Sublime Sessions #07 with special guest Si Frater from Rejuvenation 30.05.2021 on OSN Radio Tracklist 1. SLD – Getting out (Most excellent mix) 2. Last Rhythm-Last Rhythm (Vocal mix) 3. Lisa lisa & Cult Jam feat full force – Let the beat hit em' 4. Unity – Unity (USA Mix) 5. Gangster point – Get Back 6. Electric Choc-Shock 2 the beat (Quadrant mix) 7. L.A.N. – Get into my life 8. TC 1991 – Berry (K69 Feel the power bootleg) 9. Cybersonic – Technarcy (remix) 10. Dyewitness – I am the creator 11. Elevation – Can u feel it 12. Bizzare Inc – Playing with knives 13. Partners in crime – Gotham city strikes again 14. Awesome 3 – Don't go 15. Interview part 1 16. S-cape ep – in control 17. Interview part 2 18. Si Frater & Dream Frequency – Rejuvenation 19. Interview part 3 20. Silver Bullet – 20 seconds to comply 21. Interview part 4 22. DJPC - Insomniac 23. Malibu – Lost in music 24. Sonic Solution - Music 25. Mig 33 – Mig 33 26. Human Resource - Dominator 27. Mentasm – Second phase 28. Me the mailman- 6 bells all 29. Unkown-unknown 30. Voodoo child – Voodoo child 31. Shaft – Rhubarb and custard 32. Terrorize-Just a feeling 33. Seduction-Hardcore Heaven 34. Capella – Everyday 35. Unknown – Don't believe the hype 36. Manic – I'm coming hardcore 37. K69 10 min rave mega mix
Whatever it is ~ Monday Morning Playlist 1. Miss Me Blind (Culture Club) 2. Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go (Wham!) 3. Obsession (Animotion) 4. Don't You Want Me (The Human League) 5. Alone (Heart) 6. Too Shy (Kajagoogoo) 7. Smalltown Boy (Bronski Beat) 8. Rebel Yell (Billy Idol) 9. Fire With Fire (Wild Blue) 10. Head to Toe (Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam) 11. Gone Daddy Gone (Violent Femmes) 12. West End Girls (Pet Shop Boys) 13. Send Me An Angel '89 (Real Life)
Alright friends here's how it went down this week. I Got too high and this is the show my brothers mojo and antho joined me today to kick it and talk about -How 4:20 went -Jacking off in a car -Friendship dates - Stone Cold Doc -The Will.i.am. Mask and deadass a bunch of other shit that I wish I could remember but I guess y'all just got to listen and find out. Thank y'all for tuning and we will see y'all next WEEK!!! _______________ This weeks music Car Service- Curren$y and Wiz Khalifa I wonder if I take you home- Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam
SUPPORT ME ON PATREON WATCH MUSIC is not a GENRE VIDEOS and MORE This week is a mega mix of five FORCE-ful artists and eight LPs (and even more on the Spotify playlist – see below), so let's get to it. Pop electro-funk was HUGE in the 1980s, a real force (expect to see this word often) in the music world. And as far as I'm concerned it all started with Soulsonic Force, led by THEE HIP-HOP LEGEND, Afrika Bambaataa. “Planet Rock” sealed the deal for me as far as electro-infused hip-hop, and almost singlehandedly started the electro-funk movement. Everything else you read about below you can go ahead and credit to Afrika, Soulsonic, and “Planet Rock”. Yes Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis. Yes OF COURSE Prince. But AS BIG A YES should be shouted out to the SEMINAL band/production team, Full Force. Not only did they have their own hits, such as the impossible to resist “Alice, I Want You Just for Me”, but they wrote & produced (for years after the 1980s) hits for acts small and large, such as The Real Roxanne, UTFO, Samantha Fox, Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam, La Toya Jackson, Patti LaBelle, Backstreet Boys, Rihanna & James Brown (the first four of which are in my Spotify playlist). So why are they not better known??? How many legendary production teams have kicked that much as for that many OTHER legendary performers and not been lauded and revered and lionized? Do NOT go a step further in reading this without listening to “Alice” and at least three of those other artists. Give them the props they deserve. They're still out there – all the original members – and still kickin' it. And finally you have the Force MDs, a band (from Staten Island of all places) that paved the way for all kinds of hip-hop infused r&b and slow jams like new jack swing, quiet storm, Boys II Men, Bell Biv DeVoe, and SO MANY other 1990s acts. Their hit, “Tender Love”, was one of the prime prototypes, and a song I sang & played on the piano over & over. It's sad that most of the members are now dead. All the more reason to revisit this other vital pop electro funk band. Here's a Spotify playlist with tons of these songs, as well as several of my CLEARLY INFLUENCED songs: The Unheralded FORCEs of Pop Electro Funk - Spotify playlist Do you remember these bands? The songs? Considering how 99% of pop music can now be classified as some version of pop electro funk, do you think these artists should be much better known? Discuss dammit! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nick-dematteo/support
Dr. Gina Gaudio Grace & Dr. Andrea Adams-Miller interview Bob Bender, The Business Side of Music Born and raised in California, Bob Bender started his career in 1975, working as a production runner for a local concert promoter, shuttling artists and crews to and from venues, hotels, and airports. With that start, over the next 30+ years Bender went on to produce over 300 concerts and festivals in California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas. Between 1983 and 1997, Bender also worked in the capacity of Tour Manager for such artists including Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band, Billy Preston, Dwight Twilley, Lisa Lisa & the Cult Jam, Rick Derringer, Edgar Winter, A Flock of Seagulls, Mark Lindsay (of Paul Revere & The Raiders fame), New Kids on The Block, and Gene Pitney, just to name a few. He has toured extensively throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, and Mexico. In 1997 Bob accepted the position of Manager of Artist Development for Curb Records. Bender went on to represent such label acts as Tim McGraw, LeAnn Rimes, Jo Dee Messina, and Hank Other accomplishments include: Serving on the CMTA Board of Directors for the Gospel Music Association from 2000 to 2004, and being a guest lecturer at Belmont University in Nashville, along with hosting panels at MTSU, speaking on the business aspects of the music industry. Currently, Bender is producing and hosting a podcast series called “The Business Side of Music” recorded in Los Angeles, and Nashville, which is consistently ranked in the Top 20 of Music Interview shows on Apple Music, has over 150,000 downloads, and is listened to in 60+ countries around the world. He’s also co-producing an upcoming webcast series in conjunction with Dead Horse Branding Company called “Dead Horse Discussions”.
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Yoooo, It does not get much better than this!!! Today on Hip-Hopcalypse, I got an up and coming rapper who is also an accomplished actor named Aaron Dalla Villa on the show. You may have seen Dalla Villa on movies called "Trick" and "Pledge" Bruh is killing it on the music platforms with his cutz titled "Conspiracy" "Demon Killer" and a track that he made with legendary group and producers Full Force titled "Bring It" . Of course we know who the acclaimed " Full Force" are. You remember their tracks from 90's entitled "Temporary Love Thing" and "Unselfish Lover" . They discovered Lisa Lisa and the Cult Jam, and you have seen Paul Anthony, B-Fine and Bo legged Lou as bullies on the 1990's classic comedy with Kid and Play titled "House Party" Dalla Villa is joined with Paul Anthony and B-Fine from Full Force to talk about their collaboration. On this episode, we talk about what it takes for an up and coming artist to be able to work with legendary producers such Full Force. We also talk about the changes in the music industry and talk about Paul Anthony overcoming a life threatening and changing situation. This is an episode that merges youth with wisdom and you dont want to miss this episode. Check out the track "Bring it" as well as his other tracks "Conspiracy" and "Demon Killer" on all platforms. Listen to the official audio of "Bring It" below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pKyDEa-bm2gVisit Dalla Villa on his instagram @aarondallavillaIMD https://www.imdb.com/name/nm3434373/Visit the incredible Full Force Crew IG- @fullforceworldWeb-www.fullforceworld.com @fullforceworld @aarondallavilla @odadtruthrecords
What was your first music cassette you bought? The first cassette I bought from a store? Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam Spanish Fly. I can't deny it. Am I proud of it? Not really. Growing up in LaMoure and Valley City we didn't have music stores. In fact most of our music was bought from Columbia House or BMG mail in. Remember those? Get 10 cassettes for $.01 and then buy 10 for $1,000 over the next year. It wasn't that bad...but...you get the picture. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the mid to late 80’s an alternative rhythmic style was introduced to the dance floors and airwaves; it was the birth and ride of Latin Freestyle. The beats were for the most part a direct derivative of the early 80’s electro beat style popular in New York and beyond pioneered by Afrika Bambata and the Soul Sonic Force and other local talents. The Hispanic community namely of New York and Miami put a new spin on the beats by incorporating melodic vocals and added musical layers. Let’s take another trip back in time and listen to the sounds of Nuance featuring Vikki Love, Shannon, Connie, Lisa Lisa & The Cult Jam, The Cover Girls, Joyce Sims, Alisha, Company B, and many more. “Do You Wanna Get Away?” PLAYLIST 1. Lover Ride/Nuance f/Vikki Love 2. Point Of No Return/ Nu Shooze 3. All 'N' All/Joyce Syms 4. I Wish You Would/Jocelyn Brown 5. Show Me/Cover Girls 6. Experience/Connie 7. Do You Wanna Get Away/Shannon 8. Stop Playing With Me/Vikki Love with Nuance 9. Baby Love/Regina 10. Say It, Say It/E.G. Daily 11. Shy Boys/Ana 12. Absolute/Scritti Politti 13. I Wonder If I Take You Home/Lisa Lisa & The Cult Jam 14. Head to Toe/Lisa Lisa & The Cult Jam 15. Hooked On You/Sweet Sensation 16. Summertime/Nocera 17. Take a Chance/Nuance f/Vikki Love 18. Funky Little Beat/Connie 19. All Night Passion/Alisha 20. Stronger Together/Shannon 21. Lucky Star/Madonna 22. Catch Me I'm Falling/Pretty Poison 23. Full Circle/Company B 24. Because Of You/Cover Girls 25. Point Of No Return/ Expose 26. Fascinated/Company B 27. You and Me/Symphonia 28. We Don't Have To Take Our Clothes Off/Jermaine Stewart 29. Crush On You/The Jets 30. Be Near Me/ABC 31. Freeway Of Love/Aretha Franklin
An incredible conversation about friend of the pod, David's experience in/with a cult. Honestly one of the best conversation's we've had yet. It was recorded a while ago but still holds up remarkably well. Keep an eye out for Pat's hammer pants and how Andy keeps constantly referring to how he's disappointed in ABC's new TGIF lineup. !!! LISTEN UNTIL THE END !!! Wisecrack Video On Cults And Charismatic Leaders - https://Youtu.Be/Ri2Pmv9_iMk (https://Youtu.Be/Ri2Pmv9_iMk) Cult Formation - Robert J. Lifton, M.D. Https://Cultrecovery101.Com/Cult-Recovery-Readings/Cult-Formation/ (Https://Cultrecovery101.Com/Cult-Recovery-Readings/Cult-Formation/) Amish Barn Building - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AsTB0HnM6WM (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AsTB0HnM6WM) Traumatic Narcissism: Relational Systems of Subjugation - Daniel Shaw https://www.indiebound.org/book/9780415510257 (https://www.indiebound.org/book/9780415510257) Jonathan Swift quote - https://quoteinvestigator.com/tag/jonathan-swift/#:~:text=Dear%20Quote%20Investigator%3A%20Jonathan%20Swift,she%20was%20not%20reasoned%20into. (https://quoteinvestigator.com/tag/jonathan-swift/#:~:text=Dear%20Quote%20Investigator%3A%20Jonathan%20Swift,she%20was%20not%20reasoned%20into.) Hong Kong Protest Crowd Photo - https://imgur.com/msFIdun (https://imgur.com/msFIdun)
I continue my discussion on blackface, and some comically bad efforts to address it. Also more on the need for validation, Batman Forever at 25 years old, what I'm doing for fun and more! With music from Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam I Wonder If I Take You Home Jennifer Lopez On The Floor c Like That Tyga Ft. Megan Thee Stallion Freak Usher Caught Up Too Short Ft E 40 x Dolla Will And Mistah FAB I Want Your Girl SZA f. Justin Timberlake The Other Side The Weeknd After Hours Guy Wanna Get With You Bryce Vine Ft. Jeremih Baby Girl Michael Jackson Remember The Time Gashi Ft. Dj Snake Afro B and Chris Brown Safety 2020 Rico Bernasconi & Tuklan f. A-Class & Sean Paul Ebony Eyes Kevin Lyttle ft Madzart Turn Me On French Montana ft Tory Lanez Cold G-Eazy Calm Down Saweetie v Petey Pablo & Lil Jon My Type v. Freek-A-Leek Post Malone Wow. Kamaiyah How Does It Feel Kid Ink ft Usher & Tinashe Body Language Chris Brown Ft. Lil Wayne and French Montana Loyal TI ft Iggy Azalea No Mediocre Drake 0 to 100
MaXXimiXX, le miXX des années MaXXimum est de retour. Au programme de ce nouvel épisode, retrouvez Deee-Lite, Frankie Knuckles, Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam, Robin Stone, The KLF et beaucoup d'autres surprises. Back in the 90's and pump up the volume!
It only took my 9 years and 10 months but Part 3 is here. This is a mix of freestyle songs that have been for one reason or another forgotten about. Sure the hard core freestyle fans like me have never forgotten about them, but others have. These songs should never be forgotten! Dedicated to Michael Papa in Vancouver, BC, Canada for being the original inspiration for this series. Feel free to hit me up at email@example.com or on Twitter @djslybri. Memories - Johnny O What Will I Do - Timmy T. Forever and a Day - TPE Then Came You - TPE X-Ray Vision - TKA I'll Make You Feel So Good - K7 I Burn - Marshall Jones In My Eyes- Stevie B. All Night - Trinere I'm Searchin' - Debbie Deb Only in the Night - The Voice in Fashion Touch Me With Your Heart - Eileen Flores Where Does That Leave Love - George Lamond Infatuation - Up Front Say It's Gonna Rain - Will to Power January February - Tina B. Sally Boy - Scott Yahney If Wishes Came True - Sweet Sensation All Cried Out - Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam
On this week's episode, Justin and Stephen offer a supersized version of #POPHOTTAKES! Listen as we chat about our favorite (and least favorite!) pop moments from: Jody Watley, Jane Child, Exposé, Seduction, Samantha Fox, Cathy Dennis, Lisa Stansfield, Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam, Sheila E., Sheena Easton, CeCe Peniston, Jade, Karyn White, Tara Kemp, Brownstone, Teena Marie, Lisette Melendez, The Cover Girls, Shanice, and Toni Braxton. To reminisce along with us and join the conversation, follow us on Instagram @forthenostalgia.
Noel catches up with Lisa Velez, better known as Lisa Lisa. The Hell's Kitchen native is one of ten children. She would sneak out of the house as she started her music career. There, she would meet Mike Hughes and Alex Moseley of Cult Jam and the rest is history. Lisa was the queen of freestyle before it was even a term, with hits such as "I Wonder If I Take You Home", "Can You Feel the Beat?" and "All Cried Out." The band hit the mainstream with their second album, "Spanish Fly", topping the charts with "Head to Toe" and "Lost in Emotion."
Lisa Velez always wanted to be a singer and that dream came true when the mighty Full Force production team plucked her from the dance clubs in her early teens (!) to sing the classic "I Wonder If I Take You Home". The mixture of Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam's performance and Full Force's production struck gold for a couple years when tracks like "Head to Toe" and "Lost in Emotion" also went on to be giant hits. Eventually the hits slowed down, but Lisa Lisa has never stopped performing. In here we talk about how she got discovered, what it was like being a teenager in that environment, what the challenges were as a woman in that environment, and her thoughts on the music. She couldn't be sweeter! https://www.thereallisalisa.com/
01 : LOVE IS ON YOUR SIDE : FIRE FLY 02 : CHECKING YOU OUT : AURRA 03 : PUMP UP THE VOLUME : MARRS 04 : GIRL IF YOU TAKE ME HOME : FULL FORCE 05 : I WONDER IF I TAKE YOU HOME : LISA LISA & THE CULT JAM with FULL FORCE 06 : A LOVE BIZARRE : SHEILA E 07 : TOUCH ME [ALL NIGHT LONG] : WISH ft. FONDA RAE 08 : COME TO ME [ONE WAY OR ANOTHER] : JERMAINE JACKSON 09 : THE PLEASURE PRINCIPLE : JANET JACKSON 10 : DANCING IN THE KEY OF LIFE : BABYFACE 11 : DOUBLE DUTCH BUS : FRANKIE SMITH 12 : LET'S CELEBRATE : SKYY 13 : IT'S SHOULD HAD BEEN YOU : GWEN GUTHRIE 14 : ON THE BEAT : B.B. & Q 15 : YOU'RE THE ONE FOR ME : D. TRAIN
Met Erwin Herkelman wordt het einde van de zeroes doorgenomen door middel van 5 door hem geselecteerde tracks. Daarnaast is DJ TMBCT te gast, en is er nieuwe muziek van Boston Fun en Anton Powers & Liam Hincks. Playlist deel 1: Boston Bun – Forty Deuce Freemasons featuring Sophie Ellis-Bextor – Heartbreak Make Me A Dancer Michel Cleis featuring Toto La Momposina – La Mezcla Audio Bullys featuring Nancy Sinatra – Shot You Down Above & Beyond – Good For Me (Above & Beyond Club Mix) Brennan Heart – Face The Enemy Anton Powers & Liam Hincks featuring Carla Monroe – Over You Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam – Let The Beat Hit 'Em (LL With Love RC Mix) DJ Rolando aka The Aztec Mystics – Jaguar Jon Hopkins & Kelly Lee Owens – Luminous Spaces Playlist deel 2: Robag Wruhme - Nata Alma (Club Smash Hit Version) Eagles & Butterflies - The Last Dance (Sunrise Remix) Andre Crom & Chi Thanh - Freedom Call (dubspeeka RMX) Cosime - Fyr (Maarten Mittendorff Auro Mix) James Place - Timing And Lighting Luke Slater - Love (Burial Remix) DJ Seinfeld - Xoul Peev – Delia Abstract Thought - Untitled (A2) Trudge - Burning Inside emme - Seed DJ Different - Jane Feel My Pain
Steve Cooper talks with singer Lisa Lisa. Lisa in one of the greatest RnB/Pop divas to come out of the 1980's music scene. She and her band, Cult Jam, produced 5 albums and scored top 10 hits with songs like I Wonder If I Take You Home, All Cried Out, Let The Beat Hit Em, Lost In Emotion, Little Jackie and Head to Toe. After disbanding in 1994, she released the funk-soul album LL77 which included the Top 40 hit Skip To My Lu and her first Spanish-language track Cuando Me Enamore which peaked at #1 on Puerto Rico radio stations. In the 90's she starred in Broadway and off Broadway plays such as Barrio Babes and West Side Story and in 2001 starred in the Nickelodeon series "Taina" playing Gloria Morales, Taina's young and sharp witted mother. She also made a guest appearance on Law & Order's 300th episode in 2003. She is currently recording new music and tours with Taylor Dayne and Jody Watley.
What's good family? Glad to see you as always. Winter is here, and we're in the thick of it. In the spirit of it all, we keep things nice and toasty for you. If you're out there tuning in from a tropic place, please be kind and send some of that warm weather our way. LOL. Anyway, onward with the show. On this episode, we got a dash of Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam, Brainstorm, Zapp, Kleeer, Leo's Sunnship, Stacy Lattisaw, and the list goes on and on. If you have a song request, or would like to just drop a line of good cheer, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks as always for tuning in, and remember----Tell a friend, to tell a friend, to tell a friend, all about The Throwback Lounge. It's not just a show....IT'S AN EXPERIENCE!!! 1 LOVE ;) OPENING CUT: AHH...THE NAME IS BOOTSY, BABY-BOOTSY'S RUBBER BAND 1. LOST IN EMOTION-LISA LISA & CULT JAM 2. DOES IT MATTER-ATLANTIC STARR 3. WAKE UP & BE SOMEBODY-BRAINSTORM 4. I WANT YOU FOR MYSELF-GEORGE DUKE 5. ALL MY LOVE-L.A.X. 6. PLAYIN' KINDA RUFF-ZAPP 7. INTIMATE CONNECTION-KLEEER 8. DON'T HOLD BACK-MIKE & BRENDA 9. ENCORE-CHERYL LYNN 10. GET UP & DANCE-FREEDOM 11. I'M BACK FOR MORE-LEO'S SUNSHIPP 12. NEW BEGINNING-DEXTER WANSEL 13. TIL YOU TAKE MY LOVE-HARVEY MASON 14. HAPPY-BRICK 15. LIFT OFF-GROOVE COLLECTIVE 16. HIGH STEPPIN', HIP DRESSIN' FELLA(GOT IT TOGETHER)-LOVE UNLIMITED 17. ACT LIKE YOU KNOW-FAT LARRY'S BAND 18. HEAVY LOVE AFFAIR-MARVIN GAYE 19. AIN'T GOT TIME FOR NOTHING-THE FUTURES 20. DOIN' ALRIGHT-O'BRYAN CHAMPAGNE HOUR 21. DONT' SAY GOODBYE-WALTER BEASLEY 22. WHERE DID WE GO WRONG-L.T.D. 23. CAN'T LET GO-PARRIS 24. FAIRYTALE LOVER-UTFO 25. I'LL GIVE ALL MY LOVE TO YOU-KEITH SWEAT 26. LET ME TAKE YOU DOWN-STACY LATTISAW 27. CHOCOLATE LEGS-ERIC BENET 28. LOVE DRUG-RAHEEM DEVAUGHN 29. INTIMATE FRIENDS-EDDIE KENDRICKS 30. YOU ARE MY SUNSHINE-MTUME 31. TONIGHT-READY FOR THE WORLD 32. SHOW ME-HOWARD HEWETT 33. THERE'S JUST SOMETHING ABOUT YOU-BEAU WILLIAMS 34. FOREVER BY YOUR SIDE-THE MANHATTANS 35. HOW DO YOU KEEP THE MUSIC PLAYING-JAMES INGRAM FEAT. PATTI AUSTIN 36. YOU'RE ALL THAT MATTERS-DENIECE WILLIAMS 37. LOVE COMES EASY-ELOISE LAWS 38. VISION OF MY MIND-LAKESIDE 39. BODY FUSION-STARVUE CLOSING CUT: I GOT THE LOVE-STARPOINT
1. Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam - "I Wonder If I Take You Home" 2. Judy Torres - "No Reason To Cry" 3. Sa- Fire - "Boy I've Been Told" 4. Expose - "Come Go With Me" (Ultimix by Les Massengale) 5. The Cover Girls - "Show Me" (Ultimix by Roonie G.) 6. Lisette Melendez - "Together Forever" (New School Mix) 7. Shannon - "Give Me Tonight" 8. Stevie B. - "Party Your Body" (Classic Mix) 9. Stephanie Morano f./ Collage - "Loverboy/Lovergirl" (Club Mix) 10. TKA - "Maria" (Funkymix by Mark Roberts) 11. The Latin Rascals - "Mandolay" 12. Pajama Party - "Yo No Se" 13. Collage - "Diana/I'll Be Loving You" (Club Mix) 14. Noel - "Like A Child" (Esco Intro Edit) 15. TKA - "Tears May Fall" 16. George LaMond - "Bad Of The Heart" 17. The Cover Girls - "Because Of You" (Ultimix by Sir Charles & Douglas Finley) 18. Jocelyn Enriquez - "I've Been Thinking About You" (Ultimx by Tim Robertson) email@example.com
Topics: Crack Epidemic, Michael Jackson - Bad, Hollywood Shuffle, Eyes on the Prize (Bonus Artist: Luck Pacheco) Snapshots 1. Ronald Reagan President – (Should have been impeached) 2. January 3. The Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, became the very first woman inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. 4. March 5. U.S. President Ronald Reagan addresses the American people on the Iran-Contra Affair, acknowledging that his overtures to Iran had 'deteriorated' into an arms-for-hostages deal. 6. Jim Bakker, head of PTL Ministries, resigns after admitting an affair with church secretary Jessica Hahn. 7. April 8. Freddie Mercury, the lead singer of English rock band Queen, is diagnosed with AIDS. He dies four years later after making his diagnosis public. 9. Matt Groening's The Simpsons debuts as a series of short animated segments as part of The Tracey Ullman Show on Fox. 10. May 11. U.S. Senator Gary Hart drops out of the running for the 1988 Democratic presidential nomination, amid allegations of an extramarital affair with Donna Rice. 12. June 13. During a visit to Berlin, Germany, U.S. President Ronald Reagan challenges Soviet Premier Mikhail Gorbachev to tear down the Berlin Wall. 14. Teddy Seymour is officially designated the first black man to sail around the world, when he completes his solo sailing circumnavigation in Frederiksted, St. Croix, of the United States Virgin Islands. 15. Edwards v. Aguillard: The Supreme Court of the United States rules that a Louisiana law requiring that creation science be taught in public schools whenever evolution is taught is unconstitutional. 16. July 17. Ronald Reagan nominates former Solicitor General Robert Bork to the Supreme Court. The nomination is later rejected by the Senate, the first and only nominee rejection to date. 18. October 19. Jesse Jackson launches his second campaign for U.S. President. 20. The United States is caught up in a drama that unfolds on television as a young child, Jessica McClure, falls down a well in Midland, Texas, and is later rescued. 21. December 22. Prozac makes its debut in the United States. 23. Open Comments 24. Black Snapshots 25. Mar - The first ever Soul Train Music Awards 26. Apr - Los Angeles Dodgers general manager Al Campanis makes racially insensitive comments when 27. asked about the scarcity of black field or general managers in MLB. Campanis, who had played alongside Robinson and was known for being close to him, was being interviewed about the subject on Nightline. Anchorman Ted Koppel asked him why, at the time, there had been few black managers and no black general managers in Major League Baseball. Campanis' reply was that blacks "may not have some of the necessities to be, let's say, a field manager, or, perhaps, a general manager" for these positions. Elsewhere in the interview, he said that blacks are often poor swimmers "because they don't have the buoyancy." Koppel says he gave Campanis several opportunities to clarify, ("Do you really believe that?") or back down from his remarks, but Campanis confirmed his views with his replies. Campanis was fired less than 48 hours later. 28. Literature – Rita Dove wins a Pulitzer for Thomas and Beulah and Toni Morrison publishes Beloved; it will win a Pulitzer and become a movie. Terri McMillan's first book, Mama, was published in 1987, later works include Disappearing Acts, Waiting To Exhale, and How Stella got Her Groove Back. James Baldwin, author of If Beale Street Could Talk, passed away. 29. John H. Johnson is named the first BE Entrepreneur of the Decade, having built Johnson Publishing Co. Inc., producers of Ebony, Jet, and Fashion Fair cosmetics into an international powerhouse. Born and raised in Arkansas, Johnson’s family moved to Chicago when he was a teen. He excelled in school, received a scholarship to the University of Chicago, and began working at an insurance company. He got his start when his mother used her furniture as collateral for a $500 loan to start his first publication, Negro Digest, in 1942, which served as the launching pad for him to create the largest African American publishing company in the world. Seemingly, there wasn’t a single African American household in late 20th century America in which you could not find a copy of Ebony or Jet on the coffee table. In September 1955, Johnson made a decision that forever shook the world. Not one to vacillate on any issue, he revealed to millions the mutilated corpse of Emmett Till, a Chicago youngster who had been bludgeoned and shot in Mississippi for reportedly whistling at a white woman. Shortly thereafter, other black publications followed Jet’s lead in publishing the photos. It galvanized clusters of African Americans nationwide to protest such senseless acts of violence. In one bold move, the determined 37-year-old publisher helped launch the civil rights movement. 30. Open Comments 31. Top 3 Pop Songs 32. #1 - "Walk Like an Egyptian", The Bangles 33. #2 - "Alone", Heart 34. #3 - "Shake You Down", Gregory Abbott 35. Grammy Awards 36. Record of the Year - Paul Simon for "Graceland" 37. Album of the Year -U2 for The Joshua Tree 38. Song of the Year - "Somewhere Out There" performed by Linda Ronstadt & James Ingram 39. Best New Artist - Jody Watley 40. Best R&B Vocal Performance, Female - Aretha Franklin for Aretha 41. Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male - Smokey Robinson for "Just to See Her" 42. Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal - Aretha Franklin & George Michael for "I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)" 43. Best R&B Instrumental Performance (Orchestra, Group or Soloist) - David Sanborn for "Chicago Song" 44. Best Rhythm & Blues Song - Bill Withers (songwriter) for "Lean on Me" performed by Club Nouveau 45. Open Comments 46. Top 3 Movies 47. #1 - Beverly Hills Cop II 48. #2 – Platoon 49. #3 - Fatal Attraction 50. Other Notables: Lethal Weapon, Predator, Spaceballs, Full Metal Jacket, RoboCop, La Bamba, The Lost Boys, Who's That Girl, Disorderlies, Dirty Dancing, The Big Easy, Hellraiser, The Princess Bride, Three Men and a Baby, Wall Street, Good Morning, Vietnam, and Eddie Murphy Raw 51. Open Comments 52. Top 3 TV Shows 53. #1 - The Cosby Show 54. #2 - A Different World 55. #3 - Cheers 56. Debuts: 21 Jump Street, Star Trek: The Next Generation, and A Different World 57. Open Comments 58. Economic Snapshots 59. New Home: 92,024 60. Avg Rent: 395 61. Avg. Income: 24,375 62. New Car: 10,370 63. Harvard: 11,390 64. Movie Ticket: 3.00 65. Gas: .89 66. Stamp: .22 67. Social Scene: The Crack Epidemic 68. Crack cocaine 69. What is it - Crack cocaine, is a free base form of cocaine that can be smoked. Cocaine had a reputation as a “party” drug for rich white people. Heroine was a “street” drug for poor black people. Crack became popular on the “streets” with dealers because it turns powder cocaine into an extremely profitable and addictive drug you can now sell to anybody, rich, poor, black, and white. Users liked it because it is a cheap and very potent. 70. Epidemic background – In 1981, crack started showing up in southern states, like Miami and Houston, and on the west coast, Los Angeles and Oakland. (Coastal/Port cities) Crack was basically an unheard-of drug until 1985. That year was the first time the term "crack" was used by the press, November, 29 New York Times article - A NEW, PURIFIED FORM OF COCAINE CAUSES ALARM AS ABUSE INCREASES, By Jane Gross. Within a year, over one thousand stories showed up in the press. By 1987, The DOJ said crack was in 46 out of 50 states. 71. How did it Happen? The main conspiracy theory out there is that Reagan had the CIA do it. 72. Audio Clip 73. Question: Did crack impact your life at all? Why/Why not? 74. Music Scene: Black Songs from the top 40 75. #3 - "Shake You Down", Gregory Abbott 76. #4 - "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)", Whitney Houston 77. #7 - "Here I Go Again", Whitesnake 78. #14 - "Always", Atlantic Starr 79. #16 - "Looking for a New Love", Jody Watley 80. #17 - "Head to Toe", Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam 81. #22 - "Didn't We Almost Have It All", Whitney Houston 82. #24 - "I Want Your Sex", George Michael 83. #29 - "Lean on Me", Club Nouveau 84. #31 - "Lost in Emotion", Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam 85. #36 - "I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)", Aretha Franklin and George Michael 86. #37 - "Control", Janet Jackson 87. #38 - "U Got the Look", Prince 88. #39 - "Somewhere Out There", Linda Ronstadt and James Ingram 89. Vote: 90. Top RnB Albums 91. Jan - Just Like the First Time, Freddie Jackson 92. May - Give Me the Reason, Luther Vandross 93. Jun - Jody Watley, Jody Watley 94. Jul - One Heartbeat, Smokey Robinson 95. Jul - Bigger and Deffer, LL Cool J 96. Sep - If I Were Your Woman, Stephanie Mills 97. Dec – Characters, Stevie Wonder 98. Vote 99. Featured Artist: Michael Jackson, BAD 100. Open Floor 101. Question 1: Best Song on the Album 102. Question 2: Best MJ song ever? 103. Movie Scene: Hollywood Shuffle, by Robert Townsend and Keenan Ivory Wayans 104. Robert Townsend, writer, producer, director, and actor was born in Chicago, Illinois on February 6, 1957, the second oldest of four children to Shirley and Robert Townsend. Growing up on the Westside of Chicago, Townsend was raised by his mother in a single parent home. As a child Townsend watched TV where he learned to do impersonations of his favorite actors. In 1974, at age 17, he joined Chicago’s Experimental Black Actors Guild X-Bag Theatre and studied at the Second City comedy workshop for improvisation. In 1975, he had a brief uncredited role in the 1975 movie, Cooley High. After high school, Townsend enrolled at Illinois State University, studied for a year, dropped out and moved to New York to pursue comedy. 105. Townsend met Keenan Ivory Wayans while they were both auditioning at the Improvisation Comedy club and the two formed a lifelong friendship. Keenan left for Hollywood, Robert stayed in NYC, and in 1980, at age 23, he almost landed Eddie Murphy’s spot on SNL. Keenan soon talked him into moving to Hollywood and pursuing an acting career. 106. He performed on comedy specials such as Rodney Dangerfield: It’s Not Easy Being Me and landed minor roles in films such as A Soldier’s Story (1984) with Denzel Washington, Streets of Fire (1984) with Diane Lane, and American Flyers, a 1985 movie starring Kevin Costner. 107. The auditioning process in Hollywood, along with other industry processes, were making Robert and Keenan very frustrated. Tired of the run-around and shuffling back and forth for opportunities that were patronizing and demeaning, they decided to make their own movie. At age 30, without any funding beyond the money saved from his earlier work, he co-wrote, directed, and starred in the critically acclaimed 1987 film, Hollywood Shuffle. Later that same year he directed his old friend Eddie Murphy’s stand-up special Raw. In 1991 he directed and starred in The Five Heartbeats, a biographical drama based loosely on the lives of the rhythm and blues group, the Dells and Temptations. He also directed and starred in The Meteor Man (1993) with James Earl Jones and Bill Cosby and went on to co-create the television series The Parent 'Hood (1995-99) 108. Open Floor 109. Audio Clip 110. Question 1: Is Tyler Perry a Tom? 111. Question 2: What are today’s stereotypes? 112. Television scene: Eyes on the Prize- An American television series and 14-part documentary about the Civil Rights Movement in the United States that originally aired on PBS in 1987. 113. Produced by Blackside, Eyes on the Prize tells the definitive story of the civil rights era from the point of view of the ordinary men and women whose extraordinary actions launched a movement that changed the fabric of American life, and embodied a struggle whose reverberations continue to be felt today. Winner of numerous Emmy Awards, a George Foster Peabody Award, an International Documentary Award, and a Television Critics Association Award, Eyes on the Prize is the most critically acclaimed documentary on civil rights in America. 114. The 1987 original airing: America's Civil Rights Years 1954–1965 (6 parts) Pt. 1 - Awakenings (1954–1956)": Chronicles the murder of Emmett Till in Mississippi and the Montgomery bus boycott in Alabama. Pt. 2 - "Fighting Back (1957–1962)”: Chronicles the school desegregation crises at Central High School by the Little Rock Nine in Arkansas and by James Meredith at the University of Mississippi during the Ole Miss riot of 1962. Pt. 3 - "Ain't Scared of Your Jails (1960–1961)": Covers the Nashville sit-ins and boycotts that sought to end racial segregation at lunch counters in Tennessee and the Freedom Riders efforts to end segregation on interstate transportation and terminals throughout the southern United States. Pt. 4 - "No Easy Walk (1961–1963)": Examines the failed attempt by the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) in Albany, Georgia to end segregation and the subsequent lessons learned to win a major victory in Birmingham, Alabama during the Birmingham campaign. The film also covers the March on Washington, one of the largest political rallies for civil rights in United States. Pt. 5 - "Mississippi: Is This America? (1962–1964)" Chronicles the murder of Medgar Evers in 1963 and the murders of Chaney, Goodman, and Schwerner in 1964 in Mississippi. The film also covers the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party (MFDP) attendance at the Democratic National Convention in Atlantic City during the United States presidential election of 1964. Pt. 6 - "Bridge to Freedom (1965)": Examines the effort to restore voting rights in Selma, Alabama during the Selma to Montgomery marches. 115. Review from Common Sense Media: - IS IT ANY GOOD? - This documentary series is wonderfully narrated by Julian Bond and peppered with feisty first-person accounts from the people who lived it. Watching early film of Martin Luther King, Jr. as a 26-year-old clergyman at the beginning of his historic odyssey and seeing the young, future Supreme Court justice Thurgood Marshall just after his victory in Brown vs. the Board of Education are highlights in a film that consistently strives for excellence, integrity, and clarity. It's a fascinating, emotional journey marked by moments of sadness, disgust, pride, and ultimately joy. Eyes on the Prize brings a crucial part of America's recent past to life. 116. About Henry Hampton: Hampton was born in St. Louis and as a child suffered from polio. He obtained a B. A. degree from Washington University in his hometown. He was a renowned producer whose television documentary Eyes on the Prize set the pattern for nonfiction accounts of the civil rights movement. His films include The Great Depression and America's War on Poverty, both of which were critically acclaimed. Hampton founded and ran Blackside Productions; the United States' largest African American owned documentary film Production Company. His work focused on the lives of the poor and disenfranchised and chronicled the 20th century's great political and social movements. 117. Open Floor: 118. Question: None 119. Vote: Favorite/Best/Most Important Pop Culture Item of 1987
Episode 29 begins with an update on Song of the Summer: 80's Edition. No winner just yet, so go out and VOTE!! // Songs From the Electric Fetus: Joe and Kari's picks for "alternative" (or whatever it was called then) songs from the 80's. // TOP OF THE POPS: A look at some songs that were topping the UK charts in the 80's. Some weird stuff happening here! // Songs That Time Forgot: A former Go-Go girl links up with a former Beatle for an almost-Top 10 hit! And a song by Lisa Lisa and Full Force with Cult Jam and the Funky Bunch and the Company and a Partridge in a Pear Tree.
Shaun Shiller Fequiere, known by his stage name, Kangol Kid, or, alternatively, The Kangol Kid, is an American hip hop producer, songwriter, break dancer, and emcee. Kangol is best known as a member of the old school hip hop group, UTFO.Kangol Kid was the first hip-hop artist to endorse a product through his official sponsorship with Kangol headwear. His signature hat has been inducted into the Collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.Kangol Kid is considered to be one of the "pioneers of hip-hop". Fequiere was born in Brooklyn, New York to Haitian parents. Fequiere shied away from his Haitian heritage growing up.He acquired his nickname, The Kangol Kid, from neighborhood friends during the early 80s, because of the many Kangol hats he owns and wears. He is also officially sponsored by Kangol Headwear, Inc.He was signed to his first record label deal at age 17, without a legal representation. UTFO member.Kangol Kid was originally a breakdancer along with his dance partner, Doctor Ice. In 1984, UTFO became one of the most popular rap and breakdance acts in the country on the strength of their breakout single, "Roxanne, Roxanne."During the mid-80s, as "Roxanne, Roxanne" gained popularity and chart position, UTFO was voted best rap group, at the 1988 Urban Music Awards, had featured spots on Don Cornelius' Soul Train, The Phil Donahue Show, and performed live for actors such as Dustin Hoffman, and Tony Danza. UTFO was the first rap group to perform at Harlem's Apollo Theater as they opened for Hall & Oates and the Temptation's Eddie Kendricks and David Ruffin.In 1987, UTFO released their most popular selling album, Lethal. The title song featured the rock group Anthrax and later that year became the number one rap album in the United States. Production, management, and songwriting.In 1985, Fequiere wrote and composed "Private Property" on the Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam with Full Force.Later that year, he managed and produced the rap group, Whistle.Fequiere works as a producer, composer, performer, artist manager, and songwriter. He is the President of music production company, Kangol's Kreations, Inc., and CEO of his Public Relations firm, Kreative Media Group. Fequiere's lectures at high schools and colleges nationwide on the business of music.In 2012, Fequiere became to first rapper to be honored by the American Cancer Society. #radio #music #dj #hiphop #rap #artist #producer #newmusic #love #art #rapper #podcast #djs #soundcloud #spotify #tv #youtube #itunes #beats #fashion #live #rnb #mixtape #studio #newyork #dance #instagood #nyc #pop #bhfyp See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Panko Crusted fun coming at ya! Danny and Bglow rip into a whole slew of subjects on this one. They discuss a proven method to deal with withdrawals of opioid addiction. We learn about things like Kratom and Panko and which one you should put on your tilapia. Danny drops knowledge about the Blizzard of '78, Gives the traffic report for your favorite cities and reminds the world about Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam. Bglow educates us all as to what it means to go through Buffalo Winter and flips his lid about wind chimes.
The Soul Brother Show is taking you back to the days of Jheri Curls, leather pants, headbands, Stoney Jackson, and Right On! Magazine on this awesome broadcast. Hosted by Mr. Chris, it's a trip down memory lane with good vibes and a great playlist of 80s R&B jams! Be sure to follow Mr. Chris on Instagram @thesoulbrothershow and #soulbrothershowTracklist:Atlantic Starr - Freak-A-RisticFive Star - All Fall DownForce MD’s - Forgive Me GirlNolan Thomas - Yo’ Little BrotherKids at Work - Sugar BabyKenny & Johnny - Stylin’Whistle - Chance For Our LoveNew Kids On The Block - The Right StuffNew Edition - A Little Bit of Love (Is All It Takes)Bobby Brown - Girlfriend Stacy Lattisaw and Johnny Gill - Perfect CombinationDeBarge - Queen of My HeartDreamboy - I Promise (I Do Love You)Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam with Full Force - All Cried OutFrederick and Janice Dowling - GentleReady For The World - My GirlyFull Force - Alice I Want You Just For MeO’Bryan - The GigaloMichael Jackson - Baby Be MineMeli’sa Morgan - Fool ParadisePointer Sisters - AutomaticCheryl Lynn - EncoreTracklist:
The Soul Brother Show is taking you back to the days of Jheri Curls, leather pants, headbands, Stoney Jackson, and Right On! Magazine on this awesome broadcast. Hosted by Mr. Chris, it's a trip down memory lane with good vibes and a great playlist of 80s R&B jams! Be sure to follow Mr. Chris on Instagram @thesoulbrothershow and #soulbrothershow Tracklist: Atlantic Starr - Freak-A-Ristic Five Star - All Fall Down Force MD’s - Forgive Me Girl Nolan Thomas - Yo’ Little Brother Kids at Work - Sugar Baby Kenny & Johnny - Stylin’ Whistle - Chance For Our Love New Kids On The Block - The Right Stuff New Edition - A Little Bit of Love (Is All It Takes) Bobby Brown - Girlfriend Stacy Lattisaw and Johnny Gill - Perfect Combination DeBarge - Queen of My Heart Dreamboy - I Promise (I Do Love You) Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam with Full Force - All Cried Out Frederick and Janice Dowling - Gentle Ready For The World - My Girly Full Force - Alice I Want You Just For Me O’Bryan - The Gigalo Michael Jackson - Baby Be Mine Meli’sa Morgan - Fool Paradise Pointer Sisters - Automatic Cheryl Lynn - Encore Tracklist:
On the show we have Ruben Rodriguezwho is a renowned music industry executive who is always on the cutting edge. Rodriguez’ success is not only forward reaching, but far reaching as well. For his Pendulum Label formed in 1991, he is credited with shaping the Grammy Award Winning, critically acclaimed Digable Planets who shook up the Hip Hop sound with their live band performances that brought the group universal appeal. Other signings by Rodriguez, such as the Boogie Monsters and the Lords of the Underground, allowed Pendulum to gain notoriety in North America, the UK and penetrate the greater world market. Rodriguez is very proud to not only be involved in the development of artistic talents but also contributing to building the careers of many of today’s industry executives. He has always handled his career with passion, integrity, commitment and strong work ethics. He helped shape the careers of such top artists as Grace Jones and George Michael, who made history by being the first non-black to achieve a No.1 album in the R&B Charts, Regina Belle, Terence Trent D’Arby, Public Enemy, Beastie Boys, Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam, and LL Cool J were some of the artists who benefited through their association with Ruben.As the Senior VP of Elektra Records where he helped bring artists such as Anita Baker, Keith Sweat and Natalie Cole to the next level of worldwide attention and acclaim. Currently, Ruben under the banner of Ruben Rodriguez Entertainment, Inc. is consulting and working with major and independent record companies, as well as heading up his record label Pendulum Records, LLC and management company RAM Talent Group,
The seventh episode of the podcast which asks: if Les Dennis and Dustin Gee were Torvill and Dean, who would be who? This episode sees us firmly on the wrong half of the Eighties, with Live Aid a mere five-and-a-bit weeks behind us, and the Greatest Pop Programme Ever is not coping very well with it. At all. For starters, it's been shunted up to 7.55pm to make way for Eastenders, The Kids are burdened with pom-poms and manky pastels and pushed right to the back of the studio and danced at by Pineapple Studio Wankers, there's a compulsion to lob in as many videos as possible, Garry Davies is wearing an appalling jacardigan, and there's Steve Wright. As for the actual music, Lisa Lisa is with Cult Jam (but without Full Force), Drive by The Cars is trotted out for the second year running, Kate Bush rises about it all as usual, Stock Aitken and Waterman make a record that actually manages not to get on your wick. and oh look, there's Madonna with her pits over the hand dryer. And there's a woman cupping a right handful of a gorilla's breasts. Al Needham is joined by Taylor Parkes and Neil Kulkarni for an unflinching gaze into the open wound of post-Live Aid Pop, breaking off to discuss failed Marxist dictatorships in Ethiopia, failed attempts at breakdancing, Psychobilly caravan holidays in Skegness, persistently homosexual Mexicans, the Curse of Arsewasher's Back, and white boys from villages going to black hair salons in order to look like a wrestler. And swearing. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
I am celebrating my birthday this weekend and I couldn't be more excited about the whole thing. Getting older, maturing is a wonderful blessing. I really can appreciate the finer things in life. With that being said, I am absolutely thrilled that we will be joined today by one of my favorite artists the Legendary R&B/POP/Dance artist, Lisa Lisa! Yes, Y'all the beautiful young lady who had us popping and locking in the 80's and 90s with her hit songs featuring the Cult Jam and who showed us all she could do it on her own when she had her solo hit, Skip To My Lu, then starred on a television show. This lovely Latina Lady has shown us that dreams come true if you work hard. What a wonderful birthday treat for me...
We have a great episode for you this week! The holidays are in full swing and we can't wait for you to listen to these awesome songs! Keep us in the background for your last minute shopping or while you prep for your dinner party! This week we are featuring Coldplay, Bruce Springsteen, DNCE. I Love Makonnen, Blues Ntaka, Chris Stapleton, Gypsy Kings, Shirley Scott & the Soul Saxes, Seals and Crofts, and Lisa Lisa & the Cult Jam! Enjoy and happy holidays,everyone!SUBSCRIBE: iTunes TWITTER: @MusicFirstPcastFACEBOOK: Music First PodcastEMAIL: MusicFirstPodcast@gmail.com
1) Pitbull – FREE.K 2) Avicii - Levels (VAVO Remix!) 3) Lucky Charmes f/ Wiley – Skank (Bit Funk Remix) 4) Diplo & Sleepy Tom – Be Right There 5) Calvin Harris – How Deep Is Your Love (Bachata Remix) 6) Fetty Wap – My Way 7) Calvin Harris – Thinking About You 8) Pitbull – Calle Ocho 9) Tove Lo – Talkin Body (DJ David S Tribal Mash) 10) Travis Scott – Antidote (Deville Bootleg) 11) Rudimental f/ Ed Sheeran – Lay It On Me (Sultan & Shepard Remix) 12) Justin Bieber – What Do You Mean (Jerome Price Remix) 13) Moritos - Remolina 14) Lucky Charmes – Drop The Bass 15) Rihanna – Only Girl In This World (Pay Attention 2015 Remix) 16) Nora En Pure – U Got My Body 17) Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam – Can You Feel The Beat 18) Pitbull & Lil Jon - Culo 19) Celia Cruz Party Break 20) Justin Bieber f/ J Balvin – Sorry (Latino Remix) 21) Dawin f/ Silento - Dessert 22) Zhu - Automatic 23) Summer Junkies – Im Gonna Love You (JKAY Remix) 24) Dougie F f/ Pitbull – On Purpose 25) Adele – Hello (Strobe Remix)
The 5th episode of DJ LOKASH celebrating 75 Years of WESU is set to air on the 6th of December, 2014 click ‘read more’ to get the Playlist and link to download: Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam – I Wonder If I Take You Home Noel – Silent Morning The Cover Girls – Show Me … Continue reading 75 Years of WESU Episode 5 →