American rapper, record producer, and actor from Michigan
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It's now time for the 48th Hall of Songs election! Songs from between 1997 and 2002 are up for induction, but what may get in? Artists with records on this ballot include Eminem, Nelly, Coldplay, Missy Elliott, Daft Punk, and Destiny's Child.Will any song become the 109th to reach the Hall of Songs? Find out now!Website: http://www.hallofsongs.comSocial: http://www.twitter.com/hallofsongsPlease rate and review us on Apple Podcasts!https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hall-of-songs/id1550546067
SwingShot Live from The Red Rooster
We take our show on the road and do our podcast live from Whispers Vegas Lifestyle parties. Krystal Sparks and Johnny Vegas interview the operating manager of Whispers, Eminem.
Listen in on a new episode with JG & J'Jonah as they sit down with Comedian / Writer / Actor Clint Coley! Clint breaks down his endeavors that has gotten him to the plato he's now established being a known entertainer. He shares his awareness on mental health and what the value of understanding your worth can do for a an individual and much, much more… with a whole lotta smoke #philadelphia #comedy #Music #podcast PODCAST EPISODES: https://linktr.ee/blowinsmokepod STAY CONNECTED: Instagram | https://instagram.com/blowinsmokepod?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= TikTok | https://www.tiktok.com/@blowinsmokepod?_t=8atBiuvzSu6&_r=1 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join host Tamra Andress in a heartwarming and insightful conversation with special guest Jessica Shakir on an episode of "The F.I.T. in Faith Podcast." In this episode, Tamra and Jessica delve into the beauty industry, personal transformation, and the intertwining of faith and beauty. Jessica, a makeup artist with over 25 years of experience, shares her journey of becoming a student of beauty and how it ultimately led her to become a student of God. As Tamra and Jessica discuss the power of beauty and its impact on people's lives, they reflect on their shared love for the Lord and their desire to bring beauty to the forefront. They explore the intimate moments and conversations Jessica has had with various individuals, including celebrities, where she could authentically share her faith and offer prayers and support. Throughout the episode, Tamra and Jessica also touch on their mutual experiences in hosting retreats, where they witness the raw and transformative beauty of individuals. They discuss the joy and freedom that come from embracing one's unique beauty, both inward and outward, as a reflection of God's creation. Don't miss this engaging conversation filled with insights, personal stories, and wisdom on finding and celebrating beauty in all aspects of life. Join Tamra and Jessica as they inspire and encourage listeners to discover the beauty within themselves and recognize the beauty God has woven into their lives. About Jessica Shakir: Jessica Shakir is a Biblical Beauty Coach and Founder of The Beautiful Mind Academy, a global online community of Jesus-loving women renewing their minds through the Word of God, transforming their worlds through spiritual growth, and living out God's definition of beauty! The Beautiful Mind Academy offers a Masterclass Membership, Soul Care and Spiritual Leadership Coaching Programs, In-Person Retreats, and other various online events throughout the year. Jessica has been working as a Celebrity Hair + Makeup Artist for 25 years with a clientele that includes Colbie Caillat, Kevin Bacon, Jane Lynch, Rachel Hunter, Grace Park, Daniel Dae Kim, The Backstreet Boys, and Eminem. She's thrilled to get to work with women of God whom she admires including Lisa Bevere, Dr. Alicia Britt Chole, Victoria Osteen, Christine Caine, Hosanna Wong, Cece Winans, and many more. As a TV Beauty Expert, Jessica has been regularly featured on national TV segments on shows including ABC's FABLife and The Dr. Oz Show. She's worked as the Key Hair and Makeup Artist for Praise and Better Together for the Trinity Broadcast Network and has worked on set of The Talk, Steve Harvey, Wendy Williams, and America's Next Top Model. Jessica's big win is to bring glory to God and goodness to others by living a life full of truth and beauty. https://www.thebeautifulmindacademy.com/ Where to Find Tamra: Let's Connect to see how I can help you grow your business! https://tamraandress.com/connect Want to write a book, start a podcast, or create an ecourse? Visit us at https://www.fitinfaithmedia.com/ Come join us at this year's Christian Business Conference! http://thefoundercon.com/ Learn more about our non-profit: https://thefoundercollective.org/
This week we're offering free downloads to all of our AARP listeners when we become the best podcast about Eminem and the 145th greatest album of all time, The Marshall Mathers LP. But before we head to the year 2000, we treat you poor unfortunate souls to some discussion about black eyes, Disney villains, and a jiu jitsu lesson we'll never forget. We also make an adjustment to prove this is the best yoga podcast. Then at (49:00) we talk about the greatest selling rap album of all time, The Marshall Mathers LP. We discuss Eminem's technical rap skills, the best songs that popularized new words, and why this album just doesn't hold up anymore. Call or text the beck line at 802 277 BECK One way, or another, we'll be back next week to become the best Blondie podcast when we discuss the 1978 album, Parallel Lines
Welcome to episode 98 of Sports Management Podcast. Michael Ede is the founder & CEO of Uplift11 Sports. One of the UK's fastest-growing sports management agencies. Michael is a British Nigerian business polymath, writer, entrepreneur, football agent, project manager, mentor and investor. He is also the founder and CEO of an IT consultancy called MaigMike. In this episode we discuss: His journey from Nigeria to the UK His book “One Shot” Becoming an agent Importance of influential leadership His upcoming book “Enigma” How he built a social media following of close to 2 million people And much more. WATCH ON YOUTUBE: https://youtu.be/uBECAN6nSSM ________________________________________________ SPONSOR Insport Education Course list --> HERE The code gives you 10% ANY course offered. Discount code: sportsmanagementpodcast10 ________________________________________________ Follow us on social media Instagram Twitter LinkedIn YouTube www.sportsmanagementpodcast.com
Part 1 of 2 Evan "Kidd" Bogart seems like he would have had an easy ride to the top. He was born into music industry success — the son of Casablanca Records founder Neil Bogart and Kiss manager Joyce Bogart Trabulus. And today has a Grammy (for Beyonce's "Halo") and a long list of hit songs (see below), and now a movie — Spinning Gold — which he made with his brothers, about his father. In between is where it gets interesting. He tried to break through as a rapper in the 90s. When that didn't work, he started in the music business and became known as the guy who discovered Eminem and didn't get credit for it (you'll hear a bit of that story in our episode). Evan started again, only to have it fall apart and have to move home at 26, and start again. You'll have to listen to our interview to find out how it all turned around for him, and the lessons he learned from the ups and downs. But it should be obvious that never giving up is core for Evan, and that his love and passion for music has driven him through life's challenges. Make sure you come back next week for part 2 where we talk about the incredible movie Spinning Gold, on which Evan is executive producer, music supervisor, and composer. Check it out at https://www.spinninggold.movie Meanwhile, here's just a partial list of the artists Evan has contributed to: Eminem Maroon 5 One Republic Rhianna Styles of Beyond Planet Asia Jason Derulo Sean Kingston Enrique Iglesias Jennifer Lopez Lizzo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Gordon G.G. Gebert tells us some great Ace Frehley stories, White House attacked by U-Haul, Claudia Conway turned 18 & became a Playboy Bunny, and we check in with Elon Musk gadfly Jack Sweeney who's now tracking Ron DeSantis. What is it that we only talk about? It's YouTube, all we ever talk about is YouTube. Some dude rented a U-Haul, grabbed a Nazi flag, and then crashed into the White House gates. Politricks: Joe Biden thinks Beau died in Iraq. Beau did not die in Iraq. Only 32% of those polled believe Joe has the mental sharpness to be President. Again, slow down on that debt ceiling. Republicans want woke to go away. Some dude named Tim Scott wants to president. Brian Kohbooger dater Hayley Willette has the worst vocal fry possibly ever. Music News: Shifty Shellshock is out of teeth. Daughtry is back with a Journey cover with Lzzy Hale. Ghost has a cover of Tina Turner's We Don't Need Another Hero. Mike Tyson says what we all know... Jaime Foxx had a stroke. Sports: Drew labels Bronny the Biggest Nepo-Baby of 2023. The Denver Nuggets swept LeBron James and the LA Lakers to go to their first NBA Finals. LeBron James teases retirement even though we know he'll stay to play with Bronny. Kiss & Tell author, Gordon G.G. Gebert, joins the show to tell the wild antics of Ace Frehley and the ins and outs of KISS. Claudia Conway is a Playboy Bunny now. Poor Jamie Lee Komoroski's life is soooo over now. Sad! She's as good a driver as General Hospital's Haley Pullos. Eminem's daughter launches her own "clothing line" which is really podcast merch. It's all sweats. Jack Sweeney vs Ron DeSantis. Help Jack regain his twitter following right here. Worlds collide as Ron plans to announce his candidacy for presidency on Elon Musk's Twitter. We learn of the time "Dan" stole Drew's ex-girlfriend. The Phoenix Mercury coach can't believe Brittney Griner's comeback game wasn't sold out. Tom Brady owns a WNBA team... and part of the Las Vegas Raiders. The Jordan Neely / Daniel Penny debacle continues. Jordan Neely's uncle was just arrested for pickpocketing. Funds keep piling in for 'Nurse Karen/Citi Bike Karen' Sarah Comrie. Visit Our Presenting Sponsor Hall Financial – Michigan's highest rated mortgage company If you'd like to help support the show… please consider subscribing to our YouTube Page, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels, Jim Bentley and BranDon). Or don't.
Is that your new Lenny Kravitz vibrato or are you just excited about the old Chi Chi's? Normally Beck Did it Better goes over the top, but this week we're going through the fly and running a jailbreak on the best podcast about Led Zeppelin and the 144th greatest album of all time, Physical Graffiti. But before we talk about the music, we sit down for some coffee talk and chat about music memorabilia, the best songs from the 90s, and whether to throw out your old CDs, DVDs, and baseball cards. Sorry Wreckx n Effect, Rounders, and Sid Bream Topps, you're gone. Then at (57:00) we serve up a big slice of custard pie and talk about Led Zeppelin and their 1975 double album, Physical Graffiti. We discuss Led Zeppelin's live jam sessions, Led Zeppelin's best song, and the best songs featuring a guitar tremolo. Next week we're going to be providing some type of public service announcement when we become the best Eminem podcast and discuss his 2000 hip hop album, the Marshall Mathers LP. We may talk about the album or we might just revisit some of our greatest hits from Highway 61...to the Danger Zone!
Eminem, Insane Clown Posse and Elmore Leonard all turn to Howard Hertz for legal advice. He shares some epic stories […]
Jess is joined by iconic MTV VJ DAVE HOLMES! Dave was the “runner-up” in the infamous Wanna Be a VJ contest who turned his “loss” to Jesse Camp into a 5-year career at MTV. Dave chats about being gay in the TRL days, BRITNEY, N'SYNC, EMINEM, MANDY MOORE, CARSON DALY's rise, JOHN NORRIS, the MTV Beach House, his favorite seasons of The Real World, transforming his body and more!
This week Chris Mohan and I spoke with authors Robert Royal Poff and Nico Bell. We discuss writing romance, apple pie cake, social media, genres, poetry, creative outlets, 90's grunge, Eminem, dealing with the general public and so much more!Watch on YouTubeFind NicoFind RobertFind ChrisConnect with me:Steve Talks Books YouTube ChannelVeroEvent CalendarDiscussion ForumTwitterPodcastSteve Talks MoviesMy Mountain Biking Channel
In this episode - Kayla and Martina discuss their Mother's Day weekend, Nick Cannon and Chris Pratt being problematic, King Charles Coronation, Kanye's new "clothing" line, Eminem's leaked / not leaked new track, and come to the realization that Martina does not know N.W.A.
Bonus Episodes on patreon: https://patreon.com/veryreallygood WE BACK! This week we talk about my trip to Australia, Weird tour experiences, my 29th birthday, Jack Harlow, MGK, Eminem, and the next best rapper at an airport. and the good doctor Follow Me: https://instagram.com/kurtisconner/ https://twitter.com/kurtisconner https://youtube.com/user/kurtisconner VRG theme song by Erkle Hannson @erkle_hannson http://www.erklehannson.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/veryreallygood/support
In this podcast episode, Evan and Austin based comedian Markus Olind explore the guest's family history, delving into the origins of their last name and their grandparents' decision to change it. The guest shares their German and Polish ancestry and discusses their grandparents' relocation to Austin, Texas, where they eventually retired. The conversation then transitions to Markus' experiences living in Germany and their ability to speak German. They touch on the reactions they receive when people discover their language skills, including stereotypes and misconceptions. Additionally, they briefly mention attending a German festival and highlight the cultural differences between North and South Germany. Evan and Markus discuss the challenges and rewards of pursuing comedy. They talk about their experiences performing in Los Angeles, including the difficulties of the comedy scene, such as paying for spots and diminishing returns. They reminisce about various comedy venues in LA and share stories of performing in front of fellow comedians. They also emphasize the importance of finding a balance between comedy and regular life. The conversation then focuses on the guest's decision to move to LA and later to Austin, Texas, reflecting on the timing of their move just before the COVID-19 pandemic. They express gratitude for how things eventually worked out for them and acknowledge the difficulties faced by others who moved during that time. the hosts discuss their experiences in the comedy scene during the pandemic and their subsequent decision to move to Austin, Texas. They emphasize the importance of taking risks and pursuing one's career despite the lack of guarantees or ideal conditions. They share personal stories of driving long distances to perform, the challenges faced during lockdowns in their home state, and the significance of drive and dedication in pursuing comedy. They also delve into the competitive nature of the comedy scene in Austin, its focus on quality comedy, and the support from fellow comedians. Markus talks about his love for Eminem and their reflections on the Detroit music scene. They talk about Markus Olind's special that can be watched on Amazon Prime streaming services titled "getting off comedy" Markus talks about growing up in Detroit and what it is like listening to Eminem there.. They discuss Eminem's rap skills, his ability to deliver clever wordplay, and his beef with Machine Gun Kelly. They also touch on the rapper NF and his music style and origin. Markus dives into their experiences with excessive drinking during the pandemic and their subsequent decision to quit. They discuss the role of entertainment and how being confined at home led them to drink more. Markus shares a pivotal moment when they attended a show on their first day of sobriety, resisting the temptation to drink offered by another comedian. They reflect on the challenges of maintaining sobriety and the positive impact quitting drinking and moving to Austin had on their lives. Evan & Markus talk about their pre-show routines, their preferences for meaningful interactions within the comedy community, and the importance of refining timing and tracking the length of sets. They talk about all things comedy in the sense of the challenges of starting out as a comedian and the hosts' understanding of the audience's perspective. They discuss the need to connect with audiences quickly, the risk of controversial jokes, and the importance of self-deprecating humor. They touch on the pressures of performing in Los Angeles and the fears and experiences they faced during the early stages of the pandemic. Lastly and most important Evan & Markus talk about their love for Jurassic Park. They share their love for Jurassic Park and Star Wars, recounting personal stories and memories associated with these iconic films. They discuss the impact of Jurassic Park as the only successful dinosaur franchise and the deeper themes explored in the movie. They draw parallels between the meaningful elements of both Jurassic Park and Star Wars, emphasizing the importance of well-written stories and high production value with scifi movies.
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This episode we discuss the Rudy Giuliani sex harassment lawsuit. Also, the latest episode of “Succession” America Decides relives the 2016 election. Subscribe and join our patreon today!
2002: another GD year of number one hits on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart for your Presenters to tackle with their famous expertise, tact and wit! From r&b-flavored-hip hop to r&b-flavored-hip hop and a shitty Kelly Clarkson era American Idol song in between - it's truly an unforgettable year of pop songs by industry titans like Nelly, Ja Rule, Ashanti, J Lo, Eminem and pretty much literally no one else! Plus early internet porn memories :)
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Dearest Listeners, I spent some time comparing the cost versus reward of writing out show notes each week. As someone who watches movie trailers before I fully commit to any film, I can understand the desire to have a hint of what's coming in each episode before you take time to listen. However, as someone whose very soul is sucked dry each time I attempt to write a captivating script that gives you details you could easily find by checking out each guest's social media and/or website, I have determined the cost is greater than the reward. This week I sat down with Brittany Arent, and you can check her out using the links below. If it wasn't worth listening to we wouldn't be releasing it, so go listen and let us know what you think. We value your feedback and we pray this episode is as much a gift to you listening as it was for us recording it! Connect with Brittany Arent Facebook || Instagram Connect with hey girl podcast Instagram || Facebook || Twitter Connect with Bethany Website || Instagram || Facebook
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No we not rapping on this episode but we did talk about some beef and a lot more……..
This episode is an instant classic. By now you should get the picture, it's episode 5 and we doing it live on the Stereo app. Get that and follow Jas and myself and our guest Kaylee so you can be at the next live podcast and get in the comments. The title speaks for it itself on this one, tune in and share with those who like raw HIPHOP influenced content like this right here! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/reshadradio/message
Épisode 974 : En 2008, Éric Zemmour qualifiait le rap de « sous-culture d'analphabète »À l'époque, les plates-formes de streaming n'existait pas encore, et après de belles ventes d'album, au début des années 2000 cette culture connaissait de grandes difficultés économiques et ne parvenait pas à trouver un nouveau système.Depuis les choses ont bien changé avec Les Flammes : remise de prix musicaux dite « des cultures populaires francophones »Parmi les 21 prix décernés, les trophées majeurs ont été remis à Gazo, Aya Nakamura, Dinos et Tiakola, qui en a remporté trois.On analyse tout ça aujourd'hui ! La revanche ou comment créer ses propres espaces de communicationEn 2008, Éric Zemmour qualifiait le rap de « sous-culture d'analphabète »À l'époque, les plates-formes de streaming n'existaient pas encore, et après de belles ventes d'albums au début des années 2000, cette culture connaissait de grandes difficultés économiques et ne parvenait pas à trouver un nouveau système.Depuis les choses ont bien changé !Boudé par la culture dominante présente dans les remises de prix comme dans les médias Mainstream, le rap s'est inventé ses propres espaces de communication.Les rappeurs ont utilisé les réseaux sociaux pour parler directement à leurs fans, sans passer par des grands médias qui ne les comprenaient pas.Et hier soir a eu lieu la première cérémonie des flammes , qui est née de certaine frustration vis-à-vis des victoires de la musique.Le fait même que cette cérémonie soit organisée en partie par Booska-p, va dans la lignée exacte de cette revanche d'une sous-culture qui est devenu populaire et Mainstream.Lien vers la vidéo YoutubeLes Victoires de la Musique pas représentatif de la culture musicale françaiseDepuis plusieurs années, et en particulier depuis la suppression des catégories « rap », « musiques du monde » et « rock », la sélection des artistes de l'année diffusée sur France 2 provoque bien des critiques sur son manque de diversité et de représentativité.La cérémonie des Flammes vient justement combler un manque.Alors qu'en France, le rap, et les sous-catégories qui lui sont associées se placent en tête des ventes et des écoutes en streaming, les Victoires de la Musique ne lui offre que très peu d'exposition.—Il y a eu des précédents. Hormis un projet avorté au sein du Mouv', la station hip-hop de Radio France, il y a surtout eu l'Année du Hip-hop, pilotée par Nous Productions à la fin des années 2000. A l'époque, la première édition avait été diffusée sur Europe 2 TV, la seconde sur Virgin 17, les deux présentées par l'humoriste Yassine Belattar. Ou encore les Trace Music Awards, très rattaché aux artistes de Secteur A. ——Nouveaux médias et nouvelles cultures prennent la mainUn event monté par 2 pure players : Yard et Booska-PBooska-P c'est le media dédié aux cultures urbaines. C'est la référence, les historiques de la culture rap en France. Le media existe depuis 2005. Au delà du rap, Booskap compte aujourd'hui dans le top3 des médias d'infotainment au coude à coude avec Kombini et Brut.Compte Instagram de Booska-pYard c'est un media et aussi une agence de production événementielle très installée dans les cultures urbaines. La boite a été fondée en 2014 et est soutenue par le Groupe Mk2.Compte Instagram de YardDes présentateurs représentatifs de la nouvelle scène créativeAvec des présentateurs inédits – l'humoriste et actrice Fadily Camara, et « l'historien du hip-hop français » Driver.——Des votes ouverts au publicIl y a vingt et une catégories dans les Flammes, dont treize ouvertes au scrutin du public, avec trois artistes par catégorie. Première victoire pour les organisateurs, pas moins de 135 000 personnes ont voté sur leurs réseaux sociaux.——La cérémonie retransmise en live sur YouTubeLa prod est digne d'une soirée de prime. C'est bien produit, bien animé et c'est en direct sur Youtube. La cérémonie a été diffusé en direct seulement sur le web, puis en différé à partir de 23h sur W9.Malgré les moyens déployés, l'audience reste modeste avec un peu plus de 40k spectateurs en simultané sur le direct. La cérémonie aussi sur la chaine Twitch de Maxime BiaggiC'est le créateur de contenu, Maxime Biaggi, qui sur sa chaîne diffuse une émission complète en direct pour regarder Les Flammes avec lui.Cmpte Twitch de Maxime BiaggiAvec Nico le colombien de Booska P, il commente en direct l'émission, dans les pures codes de la plateforme Twitch !Il a pris son live 1h30 avant le début de la cérémonie, avec un plateau où les invités se succédaient.Juste avant le début de la cérémonie à 21h, il y avait quasiment 50 000 personnes devant son live.Toutes les vidéos des performances Live sont disponibles sur la chaine Youtube des Flammes.La chaine Youtube des FlammesSpotify couvre l'évènement en stories sur InstagramSérie d'interviews façon micro trottoir sur le tapis rouge.Les Flammes sur Instagram32k abonnésLe compte Insta—Le Rap n'est plus une sous culture ?Les Flammes a pour ambition non dissimulée d'institutionnalisée le Rap et ses cultures. La présence de Spotify parmi les organisateurs et le lieu de la cérémonie au Théâtre du Châtelet invite au respect.Pour Hamad, fondateur de Booska-P : « Cette culture n'a jamais occupé une place aussi dominante que maintenant. Cette cérémonie répond à une frustration qui existait depuis longtemps. »Même le protocole de la soirée avait un côté très institutionnel. —L'idée des Flammes est de mettre en lumière ceux que les médias traditionnels laissent dans l'ombreEt aussi des catégories inconnues du grand public. Beat Maker de l'année a récompensé Tarik Azzouz, un français qui a travaillé avec des stars comme Eminem, Mary J. Blige, Jay-Z et a déjà reçu un un Grammy Award.——Pourquoi Les Flammes reprend aussi tous les codes des cérémonies habituelles ?Sentiment un peu mitigé de ce côté. Pourquoi au Théâtre de Chatelet ? Pourquoi un tapis rouge ? Pourquoi tout le monde habillé en LV et en marque de luxe ? Pourquoi 3h de cérémonies avec des discours ? . . . Le Super Daily est le podcast quotidien sur les réseaux sociaux. Il est fabriqué avec une pluie d'amour par les équipes de Supernatifs.Nous sommes une agence social media basée à Lyon : https://supernatifs.com/. Ensemble, nous aidons les entreprises à créer des relations durables et rentables avec leurs audiences. Ensemble, nous inventons, produisons et diffusons des contenus qui engagent vos collaborateurs, vos prospects et vos consommateurs.
In this podcast extra, Rapper Logic opens up about mental health in this candid conversation with MSNBC's Ari Melber, and discusses his struggle to be accepted within the hip hop community. Logic also reflects on his rap idols like RZA, Black Thought and Eminem and learning to embrace his inner “nerd.” Plus, hear a special behind the scenes moment where Logic and Melber collaborate on a new beat in the latest installment of “Mavericks with Ari Melber,” a series of interviews with artists, musicians and cultural icons. See more conversations at msnbc.com/mavericks.
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This episodes special guest is DJ Semtex - Radio DJ, club DJ, festival DJ, touring DJ. Artist producer, artist mentor. Acclaimed interviewer, the scene authority with whom all the big hitters choose to sit down for rare and/or one-off conversations that include Kanye West, Drake, Jay-Z, Eminem.I met with Semtex remotely and we had a wonderful chat, talking about growing up, school, creativity, acting, clubbing and so much moreHope you enjoy this chat and if you do please feel free to support the podcast herehttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/stuwhiffenorhttps://supporter.acast.com/offthebeatandtrack orwww.patreon.com/offthebeatandtrackOTBAT is proudly sponsored by www.hotelchocolat.com Please also subscribe and follow the podcast on the social media links belowOff The Beat & Trackwww.offthebeatandtrackpodcast.comhttps://twitter.com/beatandtrackpodhttps://www.facebook.com/offthebeatandtrackpodcast/Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/offthebeatandtrack. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/offthebeatandtrack. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Be proud to be out of your mind. Check out the music video here: https://tinyurl.com/jhjrx5xf And here's the article about all the people Eminem thanked in his Rock & Roll HOF speech: https://tinyurl.com/mwuncwjf
In this episode 1038 you get life changing wisdom from Jesus and Eminem! You Got This, Ryan
This week Cipha Sounds and Rosenberg talk to Buffalo's own Conwy The Machine. They discuss Conway being shot, getting his name, DJ Infamous, Eminem, Dr Dre, and more.Plus another Exclusive Episode on Patreon this week @ https://www.patreon.com/juanepislife dropping this week.Follow the showhttps://www.instagram.com/juanepislife/?hl=enFollow Cipha Soundshttps://www.instagram.com/ciphasounds/?hl=enhttps://twitter.com/ciphasounds?lang=enFollow Rosenberghttps://instagram.com/rosenbergradiohttps://twitter.com/RosenbergradioAll things Juan EP is Life is sponsored by Monster Energy. @MonsterEnergy @MonsterMusicFollow Billy Junehttps://instagram.com/billyjune88https://twitter.com/billyjune88 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Happy Asain & Pacific Islander Heritage Month! Fresh off the flu, Ryan kicks this Family Dinner off with some shoutouts, and they get right into the big news of a slow news week. The Weeknd's announcement that he'll be retiring his persona after his next album, which leads to a discussion about his legacy in music, as well as artists trickling into the acting space. Speaking of artists making the shift to acting, Jack Harlow's starring in the rendition of "White Men Can't Jump", and Evan and Daniel give their predictions on it. The three chime in on Machine Gun Kelly's diss on Jack Harlow, and the guys continue their debate from last episode: Is Jack Harlow really the hardest white rapper since Eminem? Finally, Evan shares his thoughts on the infamous New York City biker, who has been causing a stir on Twitter, scolding anybody who comes across his bike paths. This week's Pass The Aux segment features old songs that have recently been readded to the fellas' playlists!Follow the Pod on Instagram: @freshlybakedpod, TikTok: @freshlybakedpodcast, Subscribe on YouTube!Hosts: @ryanyee55 @datboidandan @evan_arriaga Mixed and Mastered by @machatpapi @akira_eernisse @elijah.shapiroFor all business inquires, contact Sasha Moscona (firstname.lastname@example.org & @sashamoscona)EXCLUSIVE VIDEO CONTENT ON YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/@thefreshlybakedpodcast/featuredSHOP ALL FRESHLY BAKED MERCH BY DIRECT MESSAGING @freshlybakedpod ON INSTAGRAM!SHOP WITH KAZEL CLOTHING @kazel.sf AND GET 10% OFF ALL PRODUCTS USING CODE “RYAN”!
YEEEEEEEEEERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!!!!! My people, we are back (surprise) to talk that talk for yall on another lovely episode of the Most New York Podcast Ever!!!! So, Tri11ian is out & about, not here this episode, but luckily we got knowledgable homies with great incite that happen to be able to pull up. Besides unofficial, but here consistent enough cohost MoThePolitician, we got special guest Kash with us this week. On this episode, we talk about Lamar Jackson FINALLY getting paid his money by the Ravens. Also we talk about the Knicks, Sixers & the NBA playoff scenarios currently & our Finals predictions. Outside of sports, new music from people we have been anticipating have dropped including Conway The Machine & Jack Harlow. Mo asks if Jack is the best white rapper since Eminem like he claims on the album Jackman. Lastly, the great drill question is brought back up after the group text was going crazy during the week. Ay i hope yall enjoy the episode & don't anticipate another one till mid-late June. Life be real. Stay up yall.
JUDGE JULES PRESENTS THE GLOBAL WARM UP
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Akron rap duo, 4 Brothers (King XL & ShammGod), drops by the pod to chop it up with the fellas about their up-coming project, as well as a look into their creative process. Ry, CB, Daniel, Evan and their guests debate Jack Harlow's claim that he is "the hardest white rapper since Eminem", and discuss the recent surge of artificial intelligence in music. They also share some hilarious stories about basketball, childhood, and internet trolls, as well as their favorite records to come from the Midwest. You won't want to miss this insightful, fun-filled episode! Stream "Mile High Club", by 4 Brothers, available everywhere! Follow the Pod on Instagram: @freshlybakedpod, TikTok: @freshlybakedpodcast, Subscribe on YouTube!Hosts: @ryanyee55 @datboidandan @evan_arriaga @carter.buiGuests: @kingxl4b @shamvdam Mixed and Mastered by @machatpapi @akira_eernisse @elijah.shapiroFor all business inquires, contact Sasha Moscona (email@example.com & @sashamoscona)EXCLUSIVE VIDEO CONTENT ON YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/@thefreshlybakedpodcast/featuredSHOP ALL FRESHLY BAKED MERCH BY DIRECT MESSAGING @freshlybakedpod ON INSTAGRAM!SHOP WITH KAZEL CLOTHING @kazel.sf AND GET 10% OFF ALL PRODUCTS USING CODE “RYAN”!
JACK HARLOW'S JACKMAN' IS ON TRACK TO SELL 50K UNITS! We discussed and reviewed the album as well! Jack Harlow also states that he is the “IM THE HARDEST WHITE MC SINCE EMINEM!” Is G herbo good or Benard just a hater?? Mello Buckz better than Glorilla? Benard said Ice Spice the best female rapper out right now!! Grizzlies have informed Dillon Brooks he will not be brought back "under any circumstances"! Doja Cat and Lil Nas x really embodied their purrrrsona! FUTURE 'I NEVER LIKED YOU' HAS BEEN ON THE BILLBOARD 200 FOR A YEAR! LIL DURK BETTER THAN LIL BABY RIGHT NOW!#jackharlow #eminem #lilbaby #lildurk #gherbo #icespice #memphisgrizzlies #dillonbrooks #dojacat #lilnasx #future #rap #music #hiphop #musicpodcast #jocinbadpodcast Instagram:@jocinbadpodcast Host@benard.7@rocco2xProducer@Bloww.4Follow us on Instagram: @Benard.7 @Rocco2x @Jocinbadpodcast
@worldfamouswakeupshow is one of the first and greatest Hip Hop Shows EVER. It broke and continues to break stars like Eminem and gave multiple other artists their time to shine. Hosted by King Tech, @DJRevolution and @RealSway
On this episode of the Just the Guys Podcast, the Guys welcome back Devin and say goodbye to Rod for the next few episodes. The Guys start off the episode by giving their condolences to the family of Jerry Springer while celebrating the greatness of his TV show. The Guys then begin to elaborate on the recent trend of celebrities passing away. The Guys then talk about clout chasing and how its becoming more of an addiction with how important social media has become to us in the past 10 years. They then talk about this viral video of someone claiming that Taylor Swift's album "1989" is better than Kendrick Lamar's "To Pimp A Butterfly". This begs the question of whether or not Rap/Hip Hop is something that you can outgrow. While on the topic of rap, the Guys then discuss Jack Harlow's new album "Jackman" and his claim that he is the best white rapper second to Eminem. Which prompts the Guys to discuss some of their favorite white rappers. The Guys then begin to share some self-care tips for the guys out there before transitioning into the next topic which is the trend of celebrities doing "side quests" and getting hate for it. The Guys then wrap up the episode with some food talk. Check us out on other platforms! https://linktr.ee/justtheguyspodcast
Killer Mike rapper, activist and entrepreneur, hops on the BTM Podcast to talk his new upcoming album, getting his flowers from rappers like Kendrick Lamar & Eminem & what his Atlanta Falcons need for a successful NFL season! Subscribe To Our Podcast: https://www.thebtmpodcast.com/home FOLLOW US: INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/thebtmpodcast/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/thebtmpodcast FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/thebtmpodcast/ TIKTOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@thebtmpodcast Creator, Host & Executive Producer: Takeo Spikes Creator, Co-Host & Executive Producer: Tutan Reyes Produced by Behind the Mask Media, LLC Audio Engineer: Kishawn Gilliam Sounds Powered by DJ JWATTZ Artwork: Jamaal Williams (c) 2023 The Behind The Mask Podcast #KillerMike #Music #NFLDraft #HipHop #Rap #KendrickLamar #Eminem #RunTheJewels #Atlanta #AtlantaFalcons #Podcast #Football #Sports #NFL
Today we are joined by Jadakiss & Millyz to talk penmanship, Eminem influence, So Raspy Records and more. We are also once again joined by our celebrity cohost Flame Monroe. Finally, we ask listeners to answer the question, "Has a friend ever thrown you under the bus?"See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week Cipha Sounds and Rosenberg spoke to Royce Da 5'9 live from Sneakercon in Detroit. They talk about this being his 4th time on Juan Ep (first solo episode) Detroit, meeting Eminem, and so much more.Plus another Exclusive Episode on Patreon this week @ https://www.patreon.com/juanepislife dropping this week.Follow the showhttps://www.instagram.com/juanepislife/?hl=enFollow Cipha Soundshttps://www.instagram.com/ciphasounds/?hl=enhttps://twitter.com/ciphasounds?lang=enFollow Rosenberghttps://instagram.com/rosenbergradiohttps://twitter.com/RosenbergradioAll things Juan EP is Life is sponsored by Monster Energy. @MonsterEnergy @MonsterMusicFollow Billy Junehttps://instagram.com/billyjune88https://twitter.com/billyjune88 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Merch link https://clubambition.store Sponsored by Underdog Promo Code: AMBITION Signup Link: https://play.underdogfantasy.com/p-club-ambition Timestamps Intro welcome Josh RedeyeMovies guest co-host, thank you for voting for us RIMonthly 0:00 Filming With D'Vontay Friga 6:20 RIP JERRY SPRINGER 79 Cancer 15:15 Providence Mayor raises taxes on Homeowners 16:50 Providence man fights off catalytic converter thieves 25:45 Capri Sun World Record Attempt 30:00 Peso Pluma apology to Bad Bunny 44:00 Jack Harlow disses Eminem, who's better? 51:20 Mike Dean Weeknd album, 69 x Grupo Firme 1:02:30 Met Gala crazy outfits 1:07:30 Ice Spice's career exploded in 1 year 1:21:42 50 Cent buys his own studio half the size of Disney studios 1:25:08 Noreage/Joe Budden beef with Cam'ron squashed 1:34:20 Pras from the Fugees is arrested as a spy 1:40:15 Lakers vs Warriors in Round 2 Playoffs Predictions 1:44:40 --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cambition/support
Chief and Malik are joined by author, speaker, podcaster, investor and innovator Clinton Sparks in Hollywood this week. Clinton is a brand builder - behind multiple million-dollar brands including XSET and FaZe Clan, where he brought hip-hop into the gaming space by recruiting artists such as Offset, Swae Lee and Yo Gotti as investors. He is also a GRAMMY nominated, multi-Platinum DJ, producer and songwriter who has worked with everyone from Eminem to Lady Gaga, Snoop Dogg and DJ Snake, with whom he received multiple ASCAP music awards with. They discuss Clinton's upbringing in Boston, his love for music and hip-hop, behind the scenes of production and how to maintain and operate at a high level. Follow A Suite Life: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/asuitelifepod/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@asuitelifepod YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgdnIhfgBv2bBKwwn5qLQBw Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ASUITELIFEPOD/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tim and Chris dive into the music of 2002 for this latest episode of Hall of Songs. What are the top-12 songs of this crazy year of positively lewd music? There'll be a little Nelly, maybe a little Missy, and possibly a little Eminem.After listening, visit hallofsongs.com to vote for the songs that you think belong in our hall of fame of songs ... the Hall of Songs.Website: http://www.hallofsongs.comSocial: http://www.twitter.com/hallofsongsPlease rate and review us on Apple Podcasts!https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hall-of-songs/id1550546067
Mixed Feelings with Kiera Breaugh
I'm back with more unsolicited opinions on Jack Harlow's newest album and ignorance to his white privilege.
Renowned record producer, rapper, singer, songwriter, and record executive, Timbaland, joins Brandon Marshall and Chef Danie in Episode 1 of our special series "I Am Hip-Hop." #Timbaland #JayZ #HipHop “I Am Hip-Hop” is I Am Athlete's newest series to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Hip-Hop. Hip Hop was created in 1973 and grew into a cultural movement becoming one of the world's most prominent musical genres. Brandon Marshall and celebrity Chef, Danie, sit down with Hip-Hop icons, both pioneers and rookies of the game, to highlight the genre's 50th anniversary because Hip-Hop was never just music…it was a voice for the voiceless. SUBSCRIBE ➡️ https://www.youtube.com/c/IAMATHLETE?sub_confirmation=1 WATCH MORE ➡️ https://www.youtube.com/c/IAMATHLETE Follow I AM ATHLETE: YouTube: ➡️ https://www.youtube.com/iamathlete Twitter: ➡️ https://twitter.com/IAMATHLETEpod MAIN Instagram: ➡️ https://www.instagram.com/iamathlete/... TikTok: ➡️ https://www.tiktok.com/@iamathlete_podcast Linkedin: ➡️ https://www.linkedin.com/company/i-am-athlete Snap Chat: ➡️ https://story.snapchat.com/p/95780ea6-a4af-4e12-863f-c9d0b043aafc Paper Route IG: ➡️ https://www.instagram.com/paperrouteshow/ Apple Podcasts: ➡️ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/i-am-athlete-podcast/id1537836233 Spotify: ➡️ https://open.spotify.com/show/45N5cWXbdyGb2f1MjzTMZZ?si=7fq9yxUXT1erHJhc4_JCUw
In this episode of my Rodes Live podcast, I dive into the world of 90s rap by exploring the emergence of valedictorian freshman rappers each year. I share fascinating insights about the influential artists who contributed to the golden era of hip-hop. This journey takes us from Snoop Dogg's Valedictorian title in 1993 to Eminem's rise in 1999. Along the way, we also discuss the importance of dedication and hard work in achieving success in the music industry. If you're a fan of 90s rap history or an aspiring artist, this episode is for you. Listen and get inspired by the perseverance and impact of these legends on the hip-hop scene. In this episode, you will be able to: Discover the journey of valedictorian freshman rappers and the emergence of 90's hip-hop, along with the rise of new talents. Gain insight into the influential 1994 debuts of Nas Illmatic, Outkast, and Wu-Tang Clan, and their impact on the music scene. Learn about the breakthroughs of prominent rap artists such as Jay-Z and Busta Rhymes in 1996 and their contribution to the industry. Explore the domination of late 90's freshman rappers like Mase and DMX, and their influence on the rap scene. Grasp the essential qualities of passion, dedication, and hard work for achieving success in the music industry. The resources mentioned in this episode are: Listen to Snoop Dogg's debut album, Doggy Style. Check out Nas classic debut album, Illmatic. Discover Big L's album Lifestylez ov da Poor & Dangerous. Explore Jay Z's Reasonable Doubt. Dive into Mase's debut album, Harlem World. Listen to DMX's groundbreaking album, It's Dark and Hell is Hot. Enjoy Eminem's debut album, The Slim Shady LP. Check out the collaboration tracks between the mentioned valedictorians. Explore the music of other artists mentioned, such as Wu-Tang Clan, Mobb Deep, and OutKast. If you're an aspiring artist, take inspiration from these valedictorians and work hard to distribute and promote your music. Connect with me here: https://www.facebook.com/https://www.facebook.com/rodes live podcast https://www.twitter.com/https://www.twitter.com/huntsidemusic https://www.linkedin.com/https://www.linkedin.com/rodes hunt https://www.youtube.com/https://www.youtube.com/rodes hunt https://www.youtube.com/https://www.youtube.com/rodes hunt www.rodesonline.net #podcasts #podcast #podcasting #podcastersofinstagram #podcastlife #podcaster #podcasters #podcastshow #spotify #applepodcasts #youtube #podcastlove #newpodcast #spotifypodcast #podcastaddict #podcastinglife #comedy #music #radio #podcasthost #itunes #podcastsofinstagram #applepodcast #podcastmovement #podcastnetwork #love #entrepreneur #motivation #podcastcommunity #podernfamily --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rodes-hunt/support
The ReWire Podcast w/ Ryan Stewman
When I was a teenager, I heard the name "Family values" when Limp Bizkit, KORN, and Eminem went on tour. I realized they hated their moms and dads, but when I became a father, one of my aspirations was to become the Dad I never had. I took my family values from Pastor Keith Craft. They were easy to articulate and they include: Honor because you don't want dishonor Positive attitude Excellence- because we don't do average Generosity because when you give you receive Leadership These are his family values and now mine. You can't value what you don't see. You can't appraise what you don't know. If you can't see what those family values are, you have nothing. Write them down. One word with an explanation or definition by them. I want my children to understand the simplicity of everything. Keep it all simple. Create your family values so you have something your family can value. #RiseAbove HOW TO GET INVOLVED: This planet is based on an algorithm and with every positive action, there is an adverse reaction. Ryan Stewman rose and overcame a life of addiction, imprisonment, divorce, and circumstances that would break the spirit of the average human being. He went on to create a powerful network of winners and champions in life and business creating a movement quickly changing lives one day at a time. Learn more at: www.JoinTheApex.com Check out this show and previous killer episodes of the ReWire Podcast in Apple Podcasts.