American rapper, record producer, and actor from Michigan
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Who recorded the original version of Never Can Say Goodbye [hint: it wasn't Gloria Gaynor]? What Paul Simon song is sampled on Eminem's Murder Murder? Which Adele album included a Sam Cooke cover on some of its international releases? Join Stevie Nix, who answers all of these questions and more on the 100th - and final - episode [sad face emoji].WARNING: This episode contains traces of James Blunt.Featured songs [in chronological order]:Going, Going, Gone [Bob Dylan]Bye Bye Love [George Harrison]She's Leaving Home [Outasight]I'm Losing You [Corinne Bailey Rae]Goodbye My Lover [Lil B]Never Can Say Goodbye [James Brown, Massive Attack, Lee Fields]Goodbye Yellow Brick Road [Damenes Aften]That's It, I Quit, I'm Moving On [Adele]50 Ways To Leave Your Lover [Kid Cudi]Gone Gone Gone [Robert Plant & Alison Krauss]These Boots Are Made For Walkin' [David Byrne, Bow Wow]Leaving On a Jet Plane [The Macarons Project]Go Your Own Way [Lissie]We'll Meet Again [Karen Elson, Johnny Cash]Curated Spotify Playlists:Best Of Song Sung New #1Best Of Song Sung New #2Best Of Song Sung New #3Best Of Song Sung New #4Best Of Song Sung New #5Best Of Song Sung New #6Best Of Song Sung New #7Best Of Song Sung New #8Best Of Song Sung New #9Join Stevie on Spotify and Instagramwww.songsungnew.com
In this episode of Movement Radio, we take a deep dive into Eminem's eleventh album Music to be Murdered by B-Sides. www.audibeltrial.com/movementradio https://www.gearanime.com/?ref=Movementradio www.movementradio.us https://www.twitch.tv/unleashedxdemon?sr=a https://www.facebook.com/ThompsonPersonalTraining https://www.facebook.com/chronic.conversations.1 https://www.facebook.com/warworkoutnet https://www.facebook.com/shouldiwatchthat https://www.facebook.com/These-Ninjaz-Podcast-110318831581270 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/movementradio2019/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/movementradio2019/support
Seks timers radio og podcast om verdens største indierockband. Vi hylder, dyrker og nørder bandet, der debuterede ud af Montreals pulserende musikmiljø i 2004 og siden har spredt deres episke lydtapet krydret med gøgl og samfundskritik til et stadig voksende publikum. P6 BEAT elsker Arcade Fire giver dig hele historien om bandet, som startede på et loft i Montreal uden penge, men med ambitioner der rakte meget længere. Og nu kan de udsende deres LÆNGE ventede sjette studiealbum "WE". I albumtimen tager vi dig en tur til forstæderne og fortæller hele historien om Arcade Fires tredje album 'The Suburbs', der snuppede en Grammy for årets album for næsen af bl.a. Lady Gaga og Eminem. Vanen tro slutter vi af med P6 BEAT-lytternes top-10 over Arcade Fires bedste sange. Værter: Mads Gundersen og Mikael Pass.
This week I talk about having to record the podcast twice in a row, robot cancer, climate amnesia, worrying about the end of the world, New Yorkers loving salt, Eminem and his minions, a sad rejected man at a dance party, f***bois with mustaches, and more. Enjoy. Like, Share, and Subscribe. For a new Podcast every week as well as my eternal love. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jmotherfathersister/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Jakeydumbass/?view_public_for=343240189659917 Other YouTube, 'Jake Letizia': https://www.youtube.com/jakeletizia Twitter: https://twitter.com/JakeLetizia
We're talking about the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame including 2022 nominees Duran Duran, Judas Priest, Eminem and Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis! We also chat about Janet Jackson's successful return to the stage and Sheryl Crow's new documentary. Rick Astley is working on new music and will be having a great time on the NKOTB MixTape Tour with Salt-N-Pepa and En Vogue! Thanks for listening to 90's NOW!
Roger Love (@rogerloveofficial) is the world's #1 celebrity voice coach. He joins Chris Van Vliet for this conversation from his home in Los Angeles, CA. The list of names that Roger has worked with is nothing short of impressive. Eminem, John Mayer, Poison, Selena Gomez, Tony Robbins, Brendan Burchard and many others. He also taught Bradley Cooper how to sing for A Star is Born and Reese Witherspoon and Joaquin Phoenix to sing for Walk The Line. There are some amazing stories in here, but more importantly there are some actionable things that you can do right now in your life to use your voice to get people to listen to you. Roger also talks about the biggest mistakes people make when talking, how to breath correctly, effective warmup techniques for both singing and speeches and much more! Learn more about Roger Love at http://rogerlove.com For more information about Chris and INSIGHT go to: https://chrisvanvliet.com If you enjoyed this episode, could I ask you to please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcast/iTunes? It takes less than a minute and makes a huge difference in helping to spread the word about the show and also to convince some hard-to-get guests. Follow CVV on social media: Instagram: instagram.com/ChrisVanVliet Twitter: twitter.com/ChrisVanVliet Facebook: facebook.com/ChrisVanVliet YouTube: youtube.com/ChrisVanVliet Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Mateo Palacios Corozzina, mejor conocido como Trueno es un freestyler, rapero y cantante argentino.En este episodio platicamos sobre querer ser como Messi, hacer videos y actuar a los 11 años, la película de Eminem, su relación con su familia, ir enojado callando gente, no ganar ni un peso, superar a Canserbero y Eminem en visitas, ser la voz de los que no pueden hablar, lo que lo pone nervioso y muchas cosas más…
This week the gang gloats over an Astro hot streak, wonder if Joey Votto's days as a regular player in Cincinnati will be over sooner than we thought, reconsiders whether Eric Hosmer is a legitimate 3,000 hit candidate, weighs in on baseball players defecting from Cuba (and Cuba's response), dissects umpire Dan Bellino's bizarre um ... interaction with Madison Bumgarner last week (and the declining quality of umpiring or refereeing across sports generally), and applauds or ridicules (or both) the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame's inductees.Check It Out:Andrew: Sam Raimi's "Dr. Strange and the Multiverse of Madness," which stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Elizabeth Olsen, among others.Rex: Matt Reeves' "The Batman," starring Robert Pattinson and Zoë Kravitz.Craig: Duster's fourth album, "Together," released April 1 on Numero Group.Hooks & Runs - Website, Twitter, BuzzsproutCraig Estlinbaum on TwitterAndrew Eckhoff on Lifeknot (dead link)Rex von Pohl (Krazy Karl's Music Emporium) on FacebookOpening and closing music, "Caroline" by Craig Estlinbaum. All rights reserved.This podcast and this episode are copyright Craig Estlinbaum, 2022, all rights reserved.
In this week's B-Side episode, host of the podcasts Dunzo and Beyond The Blinds, Troy McEady, joins DJ Louie to discuss Millennial pop cultural touchstone, MTV's Total Request Live. Inspired by a Zoomer in the Pop Pantheon Discord who, following last month's Christina Aguilera episode, revealed they didn't know what TRL was, Louie and Troy attempt to explain the show's history and format, how its' interactive vibe served as the turn-of-the-century pop fan's precursor to social media, lay out the major players from host Carson Daly to signature stars like Britney, Good Charlotte and Eminem and attempt to illustrate the power MTV had over their generation. They also wax poetic on some of their favorite forgotten songs, videos and artists from the "TRL Era", reflect on the show's top ten videos of all time and share a bit about why TRL meant so much to each of them as burgeoning pop fanatics. Listen to Louie and Troy talking about Rihanna's Anti on Dunzo a few months ago Check out Louie's TRL Essentials Playlist on SpotifyJoin the Pop Pantheon Discord!Follow DJ Louie XIV on InstagramFollow DJ Louie XIV on TwitterFollow Pop Pantheon on InstagramFollow Pop Pantheon on TwitterFollow Dunzo on Instagram
In this look back episode...Leon Black channeled his inner Eminem and busted into a rap song in 2018 during a MoMa event. And yes... It was as cringe as you are thinking. (commercial at 9:40)To contact me:Bobbycapucci@protonmail.com Source:https://nypost.com/2020/11/01/moma-still-backing-rapping-leon-black-a-year-after-jeffrey-epsteins-death/
In this look back episode...Leon Black channeled his inner Eminem and busted into a rap song in 2018 during a MoMa event. And yes... It was as cringe as you are thinking. (commercial at 9:40)To contact me:Bobbycapucci@protonmail.com Source:https://nypost.com/2020/11/01/moma-still-backing-rapping-leon-black-a-year-after-jeffrey-epsteins-death/
Join Moulz & Mel for their nail-biting inaugural playthrough of So What's The Scenario? - The Hip Hop Debate Game with @https://twitter.com/fromoldharlem (fromoldharlem) and co-creators Kenny and Strife. Go to https://sowhatgames.com/ (sowhatgames.com) and use affiliate code "RAB" to get free shipping! ---------- Intro (0:00) -- The Rules (3:44) -- Match 1: Future vs. Jay-Z (13:08) -- Match 2: Young Thug vs. Nas (16:03) -- Match 3: Kendrick Lamar vs. Drake (18:58) -- Match 4: Snoop Dogg vs. Scarface (25:10) -- Match 5: Eminem vs. Cam'ron (27:08) -- Match 6: Pusha T vs. Andre 3000 (30:37) -- Match 7: Tyler, The Creator vs. Kanye West (32:09) -- Final Match: The Notorious B.I.G. vs. Lil Wayne (35:16) -- Outro (40:13)
A not-at-all shady crossword by Michael Paleos, as a quick ONCEOVER of the grid will REVeal. It did include a few TIL /R (Today I Learned/Remembered) moments (for Mike: Jean knows all) including 9D, Jazz piano style played by Fats Waller and Mary Lou Williams, STRIDE; the aforementioned 13D, Slim Shady by another name, EMINEM; and 8D, Island like Kiritimati, ATOLL. Jean -- proving that it is no coincidence that the letters of her name, rearranged, spell omniscient -- breezed through today's puzzle; Mike got stuck on 22A, Connecticut Ivy Leaguer, momentarily bedazzled by the fact that Connecticut has a silent c lurking in its midst. Shocking!
On this episode Scott and Jack discuss a number of topics including the 2022 Rock n Roll Hall of Fame inductees.
Eric is joined by blogger and journalist Matt Welch to go over the Beatles album that never was. At the time of their breakup each member of the band went different ways and made their own music, but it all sounded like the Beatles and these are those songs they chose from.Playlist - https://music.amazon.com/user-playlists/ca4b2596eaa4479ba91bf739768ca60bsune?ref=dm_sh_ZNLQ2ylBE3GSxEyYPY6kj3ZED @SinatrasRatPack#ThisIsFunner #FunnerFamily #FunnerNetwork #ListenToThishttps://twitter.com/ThisIsFunnerhttps://www.facebook.com/ThisIsFunner/
The Rap Lab is back after a 2 week hiatus and the fellas have some steam to let off their chest. Rev gets annoyed with people pushing their music when he tries to push his, QG asking if Doja Cat is a rapper, T.O. being excited that Big L is getting a street named after him, and Alfred defending Eminem against hip hop haters???Official Rap Lab Merchandise available now:https://teespring.com/stores/my-store-10494633?page=1Do you have a question that you would like The Rap Lab to answer on a future episode? Email your questions to RapLabPod@Gmail.comFollow the Rap Lab Hosts on Twitter:Alfred - @Soulja_SmoothQG - @Rainbreaker187Rap Lab Twitter: @RapLabPodFollow the Rap Lab Hosts on IG:Alfred - @Soulja_SmoothQG - @true_g_qgT.O. - @bkcitylegend89Rev - @revbarber.mcRap Lab IG: @raplabpodRap Lab Art Work Courtesy of Jessica RuizRap Lab Theme Courtesy of J Smith @jhersheymusic
We've reached Episode 50, and to celebrate this milestone, we're covering the blockbuster 8 Mile Soundtrack with MJ from the Menage with the MariJayne Maven Podcast! This multiplatinum soundtrack is the companion piece to the 2002 Curtis Hanson film, 8 Mile, which stars Eminem. Eminem is also the star of the soundtrack with his mega hit, "Lose Yourself", a song that has won an Oscar, a Grammy, topped the Billboard Top 100, and has been streamed over a billion times on Spotify. We discuss the soundtrack, which also helped launch the career of 50 Cent, the loaded cast in the film, and how Eminem demanded the film be shot on location, much like another Midwestern musician who starred in a film that was loosely on their life. Obviously, we also talk about the 2022 Super Bowl Halftime Show where Eminem performed "Lose Yourself" as part of the show. For More Information about MJ: Website: https://www.podpage.com/menage-with-the-marijayne-maven-podcast/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/mwtmmpodcast Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/mwtmmpodcast
16-time NHRA Funny Car Champion John Force is a wonderfully great conversation in The Freak Nation. A day after his 73rd birthday, Force sat with the Freaks to talk about a host of things including his dinosaur tendencies and his musical tastes that run from Hank Williams, Jr. to Elton John and Eminem. Wait'll you hear what he'd like to have as his Walk Up music in drag racing. Listen...
Matt Fiddes is multi-skilled, multi-faceted entrepreneur, often first known for being Michael Jackson's bodyguard, he is a very successful businessman in his own right and created the biggest martial arts franchise in the world! Join Rob and Matt as they talk about all things business, discuss the many rumours around Matt's life and of course Michael Jackson! KEY TAKEAWAYS Michael Jackson was brainwashed as a child, he was taught to not be open emotionally, especially to the public.This impacted how he built relationships and interacted with the world for the rest of his life. Michael always kept everyone guessing, with the one glove or makeup or even a mask. He said these things guaranteed publicity, it kept people talking about him. Behind closed doors he was pretty much like anyone else, just normal. Matt found this transformation innovative and exciting. It's what we now call great branding and something most famous people and businesses do without question. Rob compares Michael and his flare for being memorable was similar in style to the likes of Andy Warhol and Alexander McQueen. Michael Jackson didn't embrace the digital transformation that had begun in music before his death. In some ways, Matt believes he would have struggled with the world as it is now but Michael would at least be able to address rumours head on via social media and speak to his fans directly. Something he was unable to do whilst he was alive. A few people know that Michael Jackson bought Eminem's back catalogue as a comeback to Eminem mocking MJ in his Music Video for the song Just Lose It. This hinted at the ruthless streak Michael occasionally had, further demonstrated by when he bought the rights to The Beatles music and would somewhat taunt Paul McCartney about it. Matt struggled in school, he was bullied and struggled with writing especially but rather than letting it hold him back it's what gave him the fire in his belly to do more with his life. It gave him the hunger to thrive, he wanted to prove everyone and the world wrong. Matt knew he wanted to run his own Martial Arts school. Matt took some time to really think about how he could make it work. He knew he wanted to do something different and really disrupt the industry. After hearing about how different the Martial Arts Schools were in America, Matt Fiddes saved for a ticket and flew over to go to a Martial Art Conference in San Francisco. After this he was taken under the wing of the American organiser who introduced him to many people and taught him everything he knew. He then went back to the UK and really started change things, including the use of standing orders for paying, providing real education in sessions and adding music to the classes; all at just 18 years old. Matt is a great believer in the law of attraction, wherever you put your energy is where you are going to flow. You often don't see behind the scenes of entrepreneurs but the difficulties they face happen often and is all very real. Matt has had to deal with his own share of hate, rumours and negativity. 2009 was a hell of a year for Matt. Michael Jackson died, he went through a divorce, his mum died; he ended up being prescribed anti-depressants and Valium. It was a challenging time but he came out the other side stronger and happier by focusing on his next steps and goals. Martial arts taught Matt discipline and everything else he needed to be successful. He wouldn't have found success in the same way without it. BEST MOMENTS “I just thought it was normal for18 year olds to be hanging around with Michael [Jackson] and all his friends” “Michael Jackson is a fascinating person to study because he clearly knew how to get people to remember him and talk about him” “I wanted to make sure, that anything I wanted my students to do, I could do” “The bullying, the childhood, lead to everything else. The bullied boy became [a] millionaire” VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/ bit.ly/Robsupporter https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-matt-fiddes-show/id1565972831 https://robmoore.com/podbooks ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of the global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK's No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur” “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Rob's official website: https://robmoore.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Rock & Roll of Fame announced this year's inductees on 5/4. I discuss each inductee's bio and achievements: Duran Duran, rapper Eminem, classic rocker Pat Benatar, pop duo Eurythmics, country's Dolly Parton, singer/songwriter Carly Simon, and R&B's Lionel Richie. In addition, others affiliated in the music industry will be acknowledged in special categories: heavy metal band Judas Priest, production duo James Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame founder & entertainment lawyer Allen Grubman, recording engineer and philanthropist Jimmy Iovine, posthumous awards to R&B/hip-hop CEO Sylvia Robinson and folk musician Elizabeth Cotten, and music political influencer Harry Belafonte. The ceremony is scheduled for November 5th.Theme Song: "Dance Track", composed by Jessica Ann CatenaThe Rock & Roll Hall of Fame: rockhall.com
Sticky Fingaz, is an American hardcore rapper, record producer, actor, film director and writer, best known as a member of multi-platinum hardcore rap group Onyx. Sticky Fingaz was discovered by the late great hip hop legend Jam Master Jay of Run DMC who signed Onyx on his legendary label JMJ Records. Onyx went on to release three top selling albums before Sticky began his solo career. As a part of Onyx, Sticky Fingaz was nominated as "Rap/Hip-Hop New Artist" on American Music Awards of 1994 and won "Best Rap Album" on 1994 Soul Train Music Awards.Sticky Fingaz made his acting debut in Forest Whitaker's award-winning HBO drama Strapped. His feature film credits include Spike Lee's Clockers, Ride, In Too Deep, Lockdown, Doing Hard Time and Breaking Point, but he best known for his role "Tyrone" in Next Friday.Sticky Fingaz made his television debut in New York Undercover and Nash Bridges, but he best known for his role "Blade" in Blade (TV series). He also appeared in The Shield, Platinum (TV series) and Over There (U.S. TV series).Sticky Fingaz write, produce, direct and star in two revolutionary feature films done entirely in the genre of "hip hopera" through his production company Major Independents: "A Day In The Life" and "Caught On Tape". Both films were released by Lionsgate Home Entertainment. Major Independents has created and released in 2008 two films spotlighting multi-platinum hardcore rap group Onyx: "Onyx: 15 Years of Videos, History & Violence" and "Onyx Live Overseas: Da Illest Show On Earth 2008". Major Independents release its first documentary entitled "How To Make A Major Independent Movie" in 2015.
Gabe wants to know all of Eminem's secrets, Anna's sister is the Legendary Average Spotify User, they both collaborate on a driving playlist for Lower Lower Wacker, and also Jason Derulo is an opera singer??? It's Bad!!! Find us on Twitter @badcursed, and if you want to send us some cursed audios, send them to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll give them a listen! Be sure to give yourself a fancy title (and tell us your pronouns!) Bad!!! is part of the Common Unity Media podcast network! Many exciting things are happening, like a Patreon, a merch shop for your favorite shows, and special exciting bonus content! Head on over to commonunity.media to check it out and peruse the other wonderful shows on the network! A whole batch of Bad Bites are live now for our patrons to listen to! If you want to see lists of audios and extra info about Bad!!! episodes, head over to our fan wiki, created and maintained by our lovely listeners! https://bad-cursed-podcast.fandom.com/wiki/Bad!!!_-_a_Cursed_Concepts_Podcast_Wiki
Eminem has been nominated and approved to be inducted into The Rock N Roll Hall Of Fame; Iconic rapper and phenomenon Eminem has justifiably earned his title of being inducted into The Rock N Roll Hall Of Fame without a doubt! Subscribe to your favorite podcaster
Over 30 Detroit-based acts have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame — with the latest being global superstar Eminem, a rap icon. Where does that leave Detroit in the rap music scene? WWJ's Zach Clark has the answer in a brand new Daily J.
The 2021 According 2 Hip-Hop Yearbook is ready to be delivered at your front door!Black & White Version: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09XZ86CL6Color Version: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09XZMF3FHDigital Version: https://according2hiphop.gumroad.com/l/tsyranDocumenting Hip-Hop culture matters. In a world where print media has seemed to have taken a hit, it is still imperative that we document our culture in physical form for historical purposes. The digital world moves so quickly that many pieces of history can be lost in the social media's news cycle or just simply edited over time. According 2 Hip-Hop has worked diligently to resolve this issue and the answer comes in the form of our Hip-Hop Yearbook. Hip-Hop history needs to be documented in real-time to highlight the entirety of Hip-Hop for the whole calendar year. Year by year we will document our history as we develop a library of Hip-Hop History that can always go back to our book collection and check out. With a start of a new decade, 2021 became perfect to start this tremendous journey. The yearbook includes Top 20 Hip-Hop Songs Of The Year, Top 20 Rap Verses Of The Year, Top 20 Hip-Hop Albums Of The Year, and more.Support the show
The Game Before the GameWhile cleaning out a closet in our house recently, my wife and I stumbled upon a collection of my old sermon notes from when I first began preaching. In the earliest of days I would actually pace around and record the message into a little hand-held tape recorder and play it back so I could hear how it was going to sound, and then sometimes if I didn't like it, the process would start all over again. Looking at those old materials, I was instantly transported back sixteen years in time to the days where I would get physically sick before taking the stage. I relate to Eminem who is puking in the bathroom of the club before his first hip-hop battle in 8 Mile. It wasn't my mother's spaghetti (I could never preach with something that heavy and rich in my stomach) but I would almost always end up dry-heaving before speaking, and it went on like that for a year or so. I would feel shaky, light-headed, and absolutely terrified that I would go blank as I tried to remember the key points of my message. I usually felt better after throwing up and I always felt instantly fine the moment I took the stage. All the jitters would dissipate and I would be a duck in water doing what I was born to do, it was just agony to get there. Here's the deal. The bridge between all that practice and the performance is the pre-game routine. The same is true in nearly every endeavor. You have to win the war inside before you can win the war outside. Now, I will never speak without going through an important ritual. It involves being on my knees in prayer and admitting my weaknesses so that I can enter into Christ's strength. Some things I have integrated into my preparation have come from athletics. The best athletes know how to quiet themselves as they get ready to compete. The Brazilian Pele is considered the greatest soccer player of all time. In his book “Mental Gym” Gary Mack interviewed Pele about his game before the game ritual. He would go into the locker room and grab, not a soccer ball, but a couple of pillows. He would go lie down somewhere all by himself. He would put a pillow under his head and a pillow on his face. This is so weird, but it gets better. He said he would go back to his childhood in his mind and imagine himself playing soccer on the beach, because that's where he first started to love the game. He wasn't playing for money, he was just playing because he loved the sport. Then he would flash forward and start to remember the highlight reel of his career. He would picture the best moments when he had performed exactly like he had wanted to. After watching all of these great moments in his career, he would flash forward now to what he had come to do, the reason he was in the stadium he was in. And he would then begin to think about the way he wanted to play and he would actually feel himself watching himself in the movie theater of his mind doing what he had come to do. Then he would get up, join his team, do some stretching, and he was ready to enter the stadium as an unstoppable force. He would be cool and calm—he'd already watched himself win, now all that was left was to do it. When I read this, I immediately thought of something Peter said. He wrote, “So prepare your minds for action and exercise self-control.”I see this in Moses. Moses knew what he was supposed to do. Make a nation out of slaves, unite the clans, bring God's people into the promised land. But he wasn't winging it. He was given the steps: stick to snake, hand to leprosy, water to blood, and he did this twice before he got to Pharoah's court on game day. He prepared his mind for action and made sure it was locked in. When it comes to unpacking what God has put inside of you, we can't overlook preparation. What if instead of referring to your time with Jesus in the morning as “quiet time” we just referred to it as getting your game face on. Take a pause, take a breath, hear from God, spend time in His word, let His truth wash over you.No matter what is in front of you today, be it a stadium full of people you will be performing in front of, a rocket launch to Mars, a classroom of students you will be speaking to, or a toddler you will be parenting, this much is true: You're not ready to face the game until you're ready to put on your game face. Questions to ask yourself:What things should I remove from morning routine to start my day strong? What things should I add?What is something God has put inside of me that I might be hindering from coming out by not preparing my mind for action?
Reese, K-Mac, and Pam discuss the NBA Playoffs, including the Miami Heat taking a 2-0 series lead over the Philadelphia 76ers, and how they feel that James Harden cannot be trusted to lead a team. Also, they feel some heat should fall on the shoulders of Sixers head coach, Doc Rivers. Also, a discussion about the 2022 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, and if Eminem should be considered one of the best rappers of all time. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Eminem, Lionel Richie, Carly Simon, Eurythmics, Duran Duran and Pat Benatar have been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, a list that also includes Dolly Parton, who initially resisted the honor. Comedian Dave Chappelle was attacked on stage by an audience member armed with a fake gun that had a real knife inside Tuesday night at the Hollywood Bowl, authorities said. The European Commission, the executive arm of the EU, on Wednesday put forward new sanctions against the Kremlin, which will include a six-month phase out of Russian crude imports. With young children under 5 now the only group not yet eligible for vaccination against COVID-19, many parents have been vocal about their frustration pertaining to the delayed authorization process and rollout. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dave Chappelle attacked on stage, Gary Graff joins us re: Eminem in Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Ray J breaks silence on the Kim K tape, Amber Heard takes the stand, drunkest human possibly ever on Cops, mouth explosions on the phone, and Lyla attempts to take the show offline.People are discovering the new Farrah Abraham video; then they are immediately filled with regret.Dave Chappelle was attacked on stage by an inspiring "musician". Tons of famous people were at the show and no one stopped the attack.Metro Detroit homes are skyrocketing in price.Alabama Manhunt Update: Drew predicts Casey White is going to break up with Vicky White.Family of the victims of the Oxford school shooting want a permanent memorial. Some people are saying a memorial would trigger the students.Lyla derails the show by wrapping herself in every cable possible under our tables.Music News: Trudi kills Harry Belafonte. Gary Graff joins the show to analyze the new inductees to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The Black Crowes performed Papa Was a Rolling Stone on Jimmy Kimmel. Spinal Tap lost another drummer. Pearl Jam kicks off another tour.The fuzz shut down Detroit's weed vending machine.John Gibson and Kevin Gunn ripped off Wayne County Roads Division and finally got busted.$431,000,000 of overpaid unemployment benefits goes *POOF*.Ray J confirms the Kim K Superstar sex tape was 100% orchestrated by the Kardashians.Malcom MacDonald grew a brand-new penis on his arm.Trudi confirms that the Met Gala is stupid.Justin Bieber still crying on his 'journey'. Buy his new clothes here!Kevin Hart is a tequila magnate now.Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard: Amber Turd takes the stand. Some hot chick "farted" on the stand.Britney Spears must have ended her social media hiatus as she's popping off left and right on Instagram again. She is dumb.Nantucket voted to make all their beaches topless.COPS: The drunkest driver possibly ever, Tony Dones is located and other criminals strain to explain themselves.Roe v. Wade: The left is angry about abortions. The right is angry about the SCOTUS leak. VICE has their own Ivermectin-like recommendation as they want people to take horse ulcer medicine for simple 'do-it-yourself' abortions. Joe Biden declares the MAGA crowd the most extreme political organization in American history.Despite having the worst ratings in television history, Bomani Jones gets renewed for a second season at HBO.Dustin Diamond is PULLING AWAY from Drew with Twitter followers.Enjoy a replay of when Drew & Mike came across the 'Mouth Explosion Woman'.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Who knew Snowcone loved Pat Benatar so much? If anyone has a problem with Eminem being in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, feel free to cry about it on Twitter. *If someone cuts in front of you in a long line at Costco, what do you do? *Doomscrolling!! Someone tackled Dave Chappelle onstage. The supreme court is very hurt that someone invaded their privacy. Police are still looking for the escaped convict and his corrections officer girlfriend. Could Brittney Griner be headed home soon? Amber Heard takes the stand today and she described the first time she was hit by Johnny and how nice his cocaine dish is. *It's Wednesday and that means GTK! Would you rather lose your sense of taste or go deaf? Tell us a little bit about the COL band. FMK: AJR, MGK, and REM. *If you cut coupons, reuse plastic shopping bags, and treat paper towels like regular towels then you're probably cheap. *Women share there petty dealbreakers.*Lazlo's Crisis Management offices are open for business! *Have a great day! Thanks for listening to the podcast and please tell a friend or twelve. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @churchoflazlo and check out our website www.lazlo.church See you tomorrow! -Everybody Wang Chung!! ReplyForward
Upgrading from Twin to a Queen sized mattress, Suns-Mavericks preview, Guessing the date and average-annual value of Kyler Murray's contract-extension, Eminem being inducted into the Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame & more on Like it / Love it / Hate it
Joined live from Cleveland, Ohio with Jason Hanley, Vice President of Education and Visitor Engagement at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum as well as Mandy Smith, Director of education to discuss the nominees. 2022 Inductees include: Performer Category Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo Duran Duran Eminem Eurythmics Dolly Parton Lionel Richie Carly Simon Musical Excellence Award Judas Priest Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis Early Influence Award Harry Belafonte Elizabeth Cotten Ahmet Ertegun Award Allen Grubman Jimmy Iovine Sylvia Robinson To be eligible, artists are required to have released their first record 25 years prior to Induction. Eminem, Duran Duran, Dolly Parton, Lionel Richie, and Carly Simon were on the ballot for the first time. This is Eminem's first year of eligibility. This is the first year in the Hall's 37-year history that six female acts will be inducted in one class. The 37th Annual Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will take place on Saturday, November 5, 2022 at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California. The Induction Ceremony will air at a later date on HBO and stream on HBO Max, along with a radio simulcast on SiriusXM's Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Radio channel 310 and SiriusXM's Volume channel 106.
Jack Harlow sits down with Ebro in the Morning for a great conversation about his journey, new album, and some of his opportunities outside of music. Harlow also discusses his success and being compared to the likes of Eminem, his hair, being in the industry and not drinking or smoking, working with the likes of EST Gee, Drake, and Kanye West. going into acting with a reboot of 'White Men Can't Jump' and more! His new album 'Come Home The Kids Miss You' is available this Friday, 5/6. LISTEN TO HOT 97's NEWEST PODCAST "TAP IN WITH TT" ON: Apple Podcasts -https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tap-in-with-tt/id1618314923 Hot97.com -Tap In With TT | Hot97 Amazon Podcasts - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/d3104cc7-b28e-4e25-9884-5946219d0be6/tap-in-with-tt Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0a2g28v979wHIY0Vlnrjul?si=a91f5e2a4d254f6d iHeart -Tap In With TT | iHeart See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
From pro mountain biker, coach, camp counselor, to survivor and starring in an Eminem music video Lindsey has done it all. We talk about life on the road, life in the mountains, encouraging others, taking risks and everything else that makes Lindsey tick. Buy her new children's book here Sponsors: [...] The post The Pursuit – E58 – @LadiesAllRide – Lindsey Richter appeared first on Out Of Collective.
And we are back with Episode 95 of the Hentations. This episode is all about the white rappers. Whether it's the Beastie Boys, Eminem, or Post Malone, there's nothing new about white rappers in hip-hop. While some respect the craft and culture, others have clearly used the genre as a launch pad to do other things. Where do we as black consumers of hip-hop draw the line and begin to question the credibility of white rappers? Listen to the podcast and share your thoughts with us on the socials. Toasts @unruly_dw - @blackishabc @clarkekent_ - @quincyisaiah @theybgeekinleek - Tyler Shultz @shutupcole - RIP Dwayne Haskins Time Stamps Toasts - 9:25 Main Topic - 18:10
Eric is joined by blogger and journalist Matt Welch to go over the Beatles album that never was. At the time of their breakup each member of the band went different ways and made their own music, but it all sounded like the Beatles and these are those songs they chose from.@SinatrasRatPack#ThisIsFunner #FunnerFamily #FunnerNetwork #ListenToThishttps://twitter.com/ThisIsFunnerhttps://www.facebook.com/ThisIsFunner/
We discuss how Nick ended up on a concert date with Jason's girlfriend, whose mom is better at introducing songs, and a Morning X After Dark of indeterminate sexiness. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Grammy-nominated hip-hop artist Cordae joins DJ Automatic to spout off on everything from first jobs to dropping out of college to spending his 21st birthday with Dr. Dre.He shares his five-year plan, what he learned from Anderson Paak, why he was voted “most likely to be famous” in high school, how a chance encounter linked him up with Eminem, and more!
Gavin gives an account of his six hour secret church experience, Wally and Betty recount their weekends, Elon Musk wants to transform Twitter into a maximum fun, politically neutral space, we discuss the rock n roll hall of fame and Wally tries to match lyrics with Eminem, there will be a Facebook live on May 5th to celebrate Cinco De Betty, and we discuss the heroics of a handkerchief.You can sponsor a child through Food for the Hungry at www.fh.org/wallyshow You can join our Wally Show Poddies Facebook group at www.facebook.com/groups/WallyShowPoddies
The legendary producer, songwriter, actor and DJ talks about his early days of scratching, and takes us into hit songs like “Parent's Just Don't Understand” and “Summertime.” Jazzy Jeff also talks about working on the television show “The Fresh Prince,” the work of developing artists like Jill Scott, The Roots, Eminem, and Talib Kweli, and breaks down the best rap releases of the ‘90s.
In this episode of Movement Radio, we take a deep dive into Eminem's tenth album Music to be Murdered by. www.movementradio.us https://www.twitch.tv/unleashedxdemon?sr=a https://www.facebook.com/ThompsonPersonalTraining https://www.facebook.com/chronic.conversations.1 https://www.facebook.com/warworkoutnet https://www.facebook.com/shouldiwatchthat --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/movementradio2019/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/movementradio2019/support
This week on Dopey! Tom MacDonald goes super deep on his journey through severe mental illness, alcoholism, and drug addiction all the way to YouTube super stardom and the very top of the Billboard charts. PLUS the story about his Eminem produced track and the truth on his racist allegations and political leanings! PLUS it's Todd's birthday and much more on a powder keg of a new episode of that old Dopey Show!
Apple just put on an earnings performance so strong, it could've bought 2 Twitters with it. Teladoc's stock plummeted 40% yesterday because it missed its Eminem moment. And this April has been the worst month for tech stocks in 14 years — we identified the 3 Buzzkills for the Stock-pocalypse. $AAPL $TDOC $SPY Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Tiktok: @tboypod And now watch us on Youtube Want a Shoutout on the pod? Fill out this form Got the Best Fact Yet? We got a form for that too Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Amy Green Smith is a certified and credentialed life coach and hypnotherapist, masterful speaker, and personal empowerment expert. Amy uses her roles as coach, writer, podcaster, and speaker to move individuals to a place of radical personal empowerment and self-worth. With acute focus on helping people “find their voice”, she is highly sought after for her uncommon style of irreverence, wisdom, and humor and has been a featured expert in Inspired Coach Magazine and on Fox 5 San Diego. Amy and I were connected by our mutual friend - SHOUT OUT to Andrea Owen - who suspected we might hit it off. Well, we totally hit it off. I could have talked to Amy for days. Amy's energy is infectious. The language in this episode matches the energy, so we have labeled this interview explicit. Hold on because you are in for a fantastic conversation. Listen in to hear Amy share: About her unexpected relationship with Eminem and cross stitch The story of finding her voice and her confidence after growing up in an extremely conservative evangelical family What happens if a person is emotionally flooded in a heated conversation How to use a bridge statement in a hard conversation How to use conversational consent in your conversation Why “You are responsible for your intention, not your reception” in conversations, situations and relationships Why people will not listen to other people if they don't feel understood What a boundary hangover looks and feels like The defense mechanism of fawning that kept us safe when we were young, but has turned women into massive people pleasers What happens when self-help goes wrong Links mentioned: Connect with Amy: amygreensmith.com Amy's Podcast: The Bold Faced Truth Amy on Instagram Amy on Facebook Amy on Twitter Sponsor info and promo codes: Please find our sponsor information here: shamelessmom.com/sponsor/ Interested in becoming a sponsor of the Shameless Mom Academy? Email our sales team at email@example.com