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American rapper, singer, and actor from New York

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Money Moves Powered By Greenwood
Ja Rule on owning your own content through web3

Money Moves Powered By Greenwood

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 24:06


Rapper, actor, and serial entrepreneur Ja Rule joins the podcast to talk about his lucrative journey in the industry. Additionally, he shares his love of tech, developing the ICONN app, and his aspirations for the tech space to be more diverse.  Host IG:@itstanyatime Guest IG: @jarule Iconn App See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Jay King Network
WOMEN WHO JAM RADIO (WWJR) / MS JOHNNIE WALKER

The Jay King Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 61:00


Johnnie Walker began her career as a country music radio personality. She later segued to Black radio holding numerous positions, and in 1989 she joined Def Jam Recordings as a regional marketing rep. Within one year Walker was promoted to National Director of Promotion. The Sr. National Director position soon followed and positioned Walker to be instrumental in launching the careers of Redman, Method Man, Onyx, Montell Jordan, Ashanti, Sisqo, and Foxy Brown! Making the move to New York City in 1997, Walker was named Vice President of Promotion for Def Jam. A year later, after restructuring the company's promotions department and its field staff, Walker was named Sr. Vice President. During her tenure, her team successfully marketed Def Comedy Jam, Phat Farm clothing, Russell Simmons' co-produced movies, "The Nutty Professor,” Jackie Chan's “Rush Hour 1 and 2” plus several #1 Gold and Platinum albums from Jay-Z, Sisqo, Kelly Price, Ashanti, Ja Rule, DMX, LL Cool J, Musiq, Dru Hill, and others.

Icons and Outlaws

JAY-Z,  was born Shawn Corey Carter, on December 4, 1969, in Brooklyn, New York, here in the U.S..   He grew up in Brooklyn's Marcy Projects in the Bedford–Stuyvesant neighborhood, which was pretty rough at the time, where he was raised mainly by his mother, Gloria Carter, who says Shawn used to wake up the household at night, banging out drum patterns on the kitchen table.   His mother bought him his first boombox for his birthday, which set him off on his love of music.   Shawn's father, Adnis Reeves bailed out on his family, including Shawn's three siblings, at a young age but they rekindled their relationship right before Adnis passed away.   Shawn has said, through his lyrics, that when he was younger he had once shot his older drug addicted brother, Eric, in the shoulder for stealing his jewelry.    While in the 6th grade, Jay tested at a 12th grade reading level.   Shawn went to Eli Whitney high school in Brooklyn, along with AZ, the longtime friend and co collaborator of Nas and The Firm, who has been revered as “one of the most underrated lyricists of our time.”   After the closing of his high school, Shawn attended the George Westinghouse Career and Technical Education High School. There, he would be amongst future Icons and Outlaws alumni Busta Rhymes and Biggie Smalls, the one and only Notorious B.I.G.   Shawn then attended Trenton Central High School, shortly, before dropping out.   He claims to have been selling crack at this time and was even shot at three times.   His firsthand experience with illicit drug dealing would form his lyrics when he began rapping under the stage name Jazzy, soon shortened to Jay-Z (a name that may also have been derived from the proximity of the J and Z subway lines to the Marcy Projects or possibly an Homage to his rapping mentor, Jaz-O).   He lived in London in 1989 for a short time. JAY recorded music with Monie Love and soaked in the culture, before moving back to the States.    You can hear Jay on some of Jaz-O's earlier recordings from the 80's and 90's, like “H.P. Gets Busy”, “Hawaiian Sofie” and “The Originators.”   In the early 90's, Jay-Z found himself involved in rap battles with LL Cool J, who eventually had a falling out while they were both involved at Def Jam. They've resolved their differences since then.   Big Daddy Kane's 1994 album, “Daddy's Home”, introduced the world to Jay in the song “Show and Prove”, a posse cut that had multiple rappers doing verses on one track.   Big Daddy Kane has said in regards to Jay being referred to as his “hype man,”  “When I would leave the stage to go change outfits, I would bring out Jay-Z and Positive K (“I Got A Man”) and let them freestyle until I came back to the stage.”     Jay then found himself appearing on Big L's “Da Graveyard” and alongside young versions of DMX and Ja Rule (Holla Holla) in 1995.   1995 also saw Jay's first official single, “In My Lifetime” that had a music video as well as an unreleased video for the song's B-Side, “I Can't Get With that.”   What do you do when you want to get your music out but have no financial backing from a record label? You get out and hustle your album yourself. Jay Z would spend hours a day selling CD's out of his car.   Tired of not getting where he wanted to be in the music world, Jay-Z and two friends, Damon Dash and Kareem Burke, founded their own company and independent record label, Roc-A-Fella Records, in 1995 to release his debut album, Reasonable Doubt (1996). It eventually sold more than a million copies in the United States, certifying it platinum and hes been revered as “one of the greatest rap albums ever” and, arguably, “Jay-Z's best work.”   This album featured beats by renowned producers like DJ Premier and DJ Clark Kent and even had very early appearances from the Notorious B.I.G. and the queen, Mary J Blige.   Reasonable Doubt debuted at 23 on the Billboard 200 and charted for 18 weeks.   The four singles from this album were “Dead Presidents”, “Ain't No N Word”, “Can't Knock the Hustle”, and “Feelin It”. It would later make Rolling Stone's Magazines “500 Greatest Albums of All Time.”   A string of successful albums followed at a rate of at least one per year through 2003. Vol. 2: Hard Knock Life (1998) was not only one of the first of Jay-Z's releases to top the Billboard 200 album chart but also won him his first Grammy Award, for best rap album.    This record saw Jay relying more on “wordplay and flow” and featured beats by DJ Premier, Erick Sermon from future Icons, EPMD, Kid Capri and Swizz Beatz, who was a producer for DMX and the record label, Ruff Ryders as well as Timbaland.   Singles from this album included “Can I Get A..”, featuring Ja Rule and Amil, as well as several other head bobbin' bangers.    Vol. 2 would go on to sell over 5 million copies. Remember how we said he won a grammy for this album? He actually boycotted the awards ceremony, contesting the failure to include DMX as a Grammy nominee.   1999 saw Jay working with Mariah Carey on the chart topping song, “Heartbreaker”, which would be his first chart topper in the US. Thanks Mariah!   The same year, Jay released “Vol 3… Life and Times of S. Carter”, selling over 3 million copies with singles like “Big Pimpin.”   The Year 2000 saw the release of yet another album, “The Dynasty: Roc La Familia”. Not originally intended to be a Jay Z album, it was initially recorded to be a compilation record for the Roc-A-Fella artist roster, but Def Jam released it as a Jay-Z joint.   However, this record introduced the world to up and coming producers, The Neptunes and a guy named Pherrel Williams, Bink, Just Blaze and some guy named Kanye West.   The album is considered “more soulful” and has gone twice platinum. That's almost 9 million copies, total. Not too bad for a high school drop out.   In the midst of all this success, there were some fairly prominent feuds with other rappers.   In 2001, Prodigy from Mobb Deep had a problem with a line from Jay in his song “Money, Cash, Hoes” that he felt was talking smack about a dispute he had with Death Row Records, most notably, 2 Pac and Snoop Dogg.   I looked up the lyrics and the only line that I could find that seemed remotely close to a diss was:   “Us the villains, fuck your feelings While y'all playa hate, we in the upper millions What's the dealing? Huh, it's like New York's been soft Ever since Snoop came through and crushed the buildings” Later that year, at Summer Jam 2001, Jay performed the song “Takeover”, which attacked Prodigy with the lines:   “I don't care if you Mobb Deep, I hold triggers to crews You little, I got money stacks bigger than you When I was pushing weight, back in '88 You was a ballerina, I got the pictures, I seen ya Then you dropped "Shook Ones, " switched your demeanor Well, we don't believe you, you need more people Roc-A-Fella, students of the game, we passed the class 'Cause nobody can read you dudes like we do Don't let 'em gas you, like, "Jigga is ass and won't clap you" Trust me on this one, I'll detach you Mind from spirit, body from soul They'll have to hold a mass, put your body in a hole Oh no, you're not on my level, get your brakes tweaked I sold what your whole album sold in my first week You guys don't want it with Hov Ask Nas, he don't want it with Hov, no!”   Jay then proceeded to reveal photos of Prodigy dressed up like Michael Jackson.   That last line then started beef with Nas that went back and forth until 2005.   The critically acclaimed The Blueprint (2001), Jay's 6th album, featuring the triumphant hit “Izzo (H.O.V.A.),” solidified his status as one of the preeminent voices in hip-hop at the dawn of the 21st century.    That album was released literally hours before the infamous 9/11 attacks on the Twin Towers and the Pentagon.   The Blueprint was written in only two days and hit double platinum status, selling 2.7 million albums by 2012.   This album was revered for its production and for being able to “balance mainstream and hardcore rap”.   As opposed to other Jay-Z releases, the Blueprint had only one guest rapper, a fella by the name “Eminem”, who assisted Jay on the track, “Renegade.”   Kanye West was back in the mix producing 4 songs on the album.   The Library of Congress chose “the Blueprint” for preservation in the National Recording Registry in 2019 for being “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant.”   A legendary singer can actually be heard singing in the song “Girls, Girls, Girls”, another single from “The Blueprint”. Michael Jackson. "He was on my song ‘Girls, Girls, Girls', singing these background vocals and I didn't even put his name on it,” Jay once revealed in an interview with NME.   Shortly after its release, Jay-Z pleaded guilty to assault relating to a 1999 nightclub stabbing of record producer Lance Rivera at the Kit Kat Club in New York City at an album release party for Q-Tip (Tribe Called Quest) and received three years' probation, but the incident did little to derail his career. Apparently, the altercation happened due to Jay accusing Rivera of bootlegging his albums.   Always a busy man, Jay-Z dropped his 6th record, the double album, “The Blueprint 2: The Gift and the Curse”, in 2002. It sold over 3 million copies in JUST the U.S., selling more than his previous album, “The Blueprint”, and debuted on the Billboard 200 at number one!    A reissued version, dubbed “The Blueprint 2.1”, was later released as a single disc album and had half of the songs that were on the double record, including the hits “Excuse Me Miss” and “03 Bonnie & Clyde”, which featured the queen B, Beyonce.   Lenny Kravitz, Faith Evans, Biggie and Kanye all had appearances on this album and actually had the songs “Stop”, “La La La”, “What They Gonna Do, Part 2”, and “Beware” on it; these were songs that were not on “The Blueprint 2.”   Also in 2002, Jay-Z released a collaborative album called “The Best Of Both Worlds” with a guy who's been in the news quite often the past years, R. Kelly. The first single from this record was “Honey”, which sampled “Love You Inside Out” by the Bee Gees. None of the singles charted.   Ahead of the release of The Black Album (2003), however, Jay-Z announced his retirement as a performer. The “farewell recording” proved to be one of his most popular, with killer singles like “99 Problems' ' and “Dirt Off Your Shoulder (you can listen to our version at the end of the show and on the official Icons and Outlaws Spotify playlist.    The Black Album was produced by Rick Rubin, and featured other hit makers like Eminem, Kanye, The Neptunes, DJ Quick and The Neptunes, attracting considerable attention. This album has sold over 3 million copies in the US. Jay threw a “retirement party” on November 25th, 2003. However, unlike most of us that would rent out the back room at Outback Steakhouse and invite people from work and the few family members we can tolerate, this was a concert. A concert held at Madison Square Garden in New York.    The footage taken at the “party” would wind up being the central focus of Jay-Z's documentary, “Fade to Black”. All of the proceeds from the party went to charity,   Other performers that rocked the stage were his backing band, The Roots, Missy Elliot, Mary J. Blige, Beyonce, Ghostface Killa from Wu Tang, the speed rapper, Twista, and so many more. Both Tupac and Biggie's mother's, Afeni Shakur & Voletta Wallace even made a special appearance.    As Jay-Z had claimed that he would “retire”, it was more of a retirement from making new studio albums. It didn't stop him from touring, releasing a greatest hits record and making a second collaboration album with R. Kelly, named “Unfinished Business.” This time, the release debuted at number one in the US on the Billboard 200 and has been certified platinum. 2004 was another busy year as he assumed the presidency of Def Jam Recordings, making him one of the most highly placed African American executives in the recording industry at the time. This new role led to his Roc A Fella partners selling off their shares of Roc A Fella and Jay taking control of BOTH companies. Absolutely killing it!   As I mentioned, Jay-Z stayed extremely active in music. He collaborated with the rock group and future Icons and Outlaws featured artist, Linkin Park in 2004. This record was a remix EP dubbed “Collision Course” that featured mashups of songs from both artists. The only single from the record, “Numb/Encore '' wound up winning a Grammy for “Best Rap/Sung Collaboration”. Linkin Park performed the song live at the Grammys and featured the one and only Sir Paul McCartney of the Beatles, who sang verses from the iconic song “Yesterday. The EP went platinum in the US.   Speaking of Linkin Park, Jay-Z executive produced the debut album of Fort Minor, the side project from Mike Shinoda.   In 2005, Jay-Z headlined the Power 105.1 annual concert in New York called the “I Declare War” concert leading people to speculate who he was “declaring war on” as he'd had a history of calling out other artists. However, it was quite the opposite. The concert wound up being an end to the rivalry between Jay and Nas with the two sharing the stage and performing a blended version of Jay-Z's “Dead Presidents” and Nas's “The World Is Yours.”  Jay appeared as a guest vocalist on the recordings of numerous other artists, including Kanye West, whose career he had helped foster, and Beyoncé, whom he had begun dating. (The two would be married in 2008.) Jay-Z also developed a large portfolio of business ventures and investments, including a film-production company, a clothing line, and a stake in the New Jersey Nets of the National Basketball Association, which he later helped relocate to his hometown of Brooklyn.    He formally returned to recording in 2006 with his next album,Kingdom Come, which released the single, “Show Me What You Got”. This single was leaked a month earlier than it was supposed to and wound up being played in heavy radio rotation. This leak led to Def Jam prompting an FBI investigation into how it could have been leaked. I couldn't find much more about the investigation.   Kingdom Come, Jay-Z's ninth album, featured songs produced by Pharrell, Kanye, Just Blaze, Dr. Dre and, oddly enough, Coldplay's Chris Martin. It sold over 680,000 copies in its first week and has gone double platinum.    In 2007, Jay-Z released his tenth album, American Gangster on November 6th, which was inspired by the gangster movie of the same name, by Ridley Scott.  This record was considered a concept album with Jay depicting his life as a street hustler. The first single off of the album, “Blue Magic” starts off with what has been called a “dealer's manifesto” and refers to political figures of the 1980's like Reagan and Oliver North.    He has his own color. In 2007, JAY-Z spent tens of thousands of dollars for the Pantone Color Institute to create a hue just for him. Described as a pearly blue with platinum dust, the color was first introduced on his own limited edition line of GM Yukon Denali later that year. On January 1st, 2008 Jay stepped down as Def Jam president. He founded a new label, Roc Nation, in 2008, and it soon became a full-service entertainment conglomerate.   Jay-Z proved that he remained one of rap's most-bankable acts when he embarked on a highly successful tour with Mary J. Blige in 2008. The following year he released The Blueprint 3, which bore the sound of some of his most frequent producers, including West and Timbaland. The album generated such hits as “Empire State of Mind,” a musical love letter to New York City adorned with soaring guest vocals by Alicia Keys, and the determined “Run This Town,” which featured West and Rihanna. Both songs won Grammy Awards, as did two other singles from the album. Watch the Throne (2011), an ambitious and highly regarded collaboration with West, proved to be similarly fruitful, with the singles “Otis,” “Niggas in Paris,” and “No Church in the Wild” capturing Grammys as well. In between the two releases, Jay-Z published a memoir, Decoded (2010).   Jay Z (having dropped the hyphen from his name) returned in 2013 with Magna Carta Holy Grail, which, in an exclusive deal with Samsung, was made available for free to users of the company's smartphones several days ahead of its official release. Although the album, on which the rapper reflected on his massive wealth and fame, was greeted with mostly lukewarm reviews, it became his 13th release to land at number one on the Billboard 200. It also produced two Grammy wins: one for best rap/sung collaboration for “Holy Grail” and another for best music video for “Suit & Tie.” He received two more Grammys a year later for his collaboration on Beyoncé's song “Drunk in Love.”   In 2017 JAY-Z (having capitalized the letters and reinstated the hyphen in his name) released his 13th studio solo album, 4:44, an extremely candid album that was, in part, a response to Beyoncé's Lemonade (2016), on which she accused her husband of adultery. He admitted to infidelity on various tracks and also addressed racism and politics. The couple's albums were both released exclusively on TIDAL—a subscription-based music streaming service that JAY-Z owned alongside other artists. JAY-Z had acquired the service in 2015 when he purchased its parent, the Norwegian technology company Aspiro AB. Also in 2017 JAY-Z became the first rapper to be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. In 2018 he and Beyoncé, billed as the Carters, unveiled the collaborative effort Everything Is Love, for which they won the Grammy for best urban contemporary album.   In 2021 JAY-Z was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.   JAY-Z is as iconic an entrepreneur and businessman as he is a recording artist. He's been involved in everything from having his own collection through Reebok in 2003, starting his own clothing line and selling it for $204 million, owning a chain of upscale sports bars called the 40/40 Club, being an investor in a line of beauty products, being a co-brand director for Budweiser Select and owning the Brooklyn Nets basketball team until 2013.   He's been an investor in an app to help rich folk book executive plane flights, launched his own cigar line, bought a wine and spirits company, signed an exclusive deal with the Weinstein Company, producing a documentary on Kalief Browder, a man imprisoned for three years and who committed suicide when he was released.   As recently as 2020 he announced the Roc Nation School of Music, Sports & Entertainment, a partnership between his own Roc Nation and Brooklyn's Long Island University, which “prepares students for a wide range of careers in performance, entrepreneurship, and all aspects of music, sports business and management.”   In November of that same year, he announced his joining of a cannabis production company as their “Chief Visionary Officer.”   He made Grammy history last month. JAY-Z recently became tied for the most Grammy nominations in history with 80. He shares that distinction with legendary producer Quincy Jones. He's also married to the person who currently holds the record for second most Grammy nominations: Beyoncé's 9 nominations at the end of November put her at 79 over the course of her career.     Jay Z is ranked the 88th best artist - of any genre - of all time by Rolling Stone magazine.   From running around the rough and tough alleys of the Marcy projects to becoming a mogul of multiple companies, Jay-Z is the living embodiment of what hard work and perseverance can achieve. Jay-Z's net worth, presently, is 1.3 Billion dollars, giving him the infallible title of “Hip Hop's First Billionaire.” www.britannica.com www.wikipedia.com www.jayz.com Consider Becoming a Producer of the Show! www.iconsandoutlaws.com www.accidentaldads.com  

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Freedom with NFTs
Season 2 Episode 4: Permission to Pivot with doc Peace

Freedom with NFTs

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 32:50


In this episode of Freedom with NFT's, Dr. Peace Uche aka doc Peace shares with us :    doc Peace's journey before finding out about NFTs  What made doc Peace take action on leveraging NFTs in her business and life  What doc Peace has accomplished and achieved during her NFT journey including;  Elevating NFT brand projects through custom spoken word flows  Founded a program called Pivot to NFTs which helps service providers pivot to the Web 3 space  Her podcast, GOLDen MetaSessions with doc.Peace The difference on how creative expression is received in the Web 3 space verses the Web 2 space  What doc Peace is building in Web 3  Producing a Web 3 Talk Show  Empowerment hub called MetaGOLD Advice for people who are new to NFTs  About Dr. Peace Uche aka doc Peace :  Dr. Peace Uche (aka doc Peace) doc Peace is a retired doctor, Forbes-featured Empowerment & Pivot Coach, Spoken Word Artist, Best-selling Author and Podcast Host . doc Peace ignites events with spoken word, sharing stages with legends e.g. Mark Cuban and Gary Vaynerchuk, and creating custom spoken word flows to elevate brands and projects e.g. Tribe X and Fame Lady Squad.  doc Peace has successfully supported hundreds of companies through empowerment and business expansion through the 5 GOLDen Principals of calibration, creation, connection, community, and collaboration, including Fortune 500 companies. She's written multiple best-selling books on empowerment and business expansion. Her 4-part prescription on How to Transform Your Mindset from Powerless to Powerful Even When it Feels Impossible was featured in Forbes in 2022. She has ignited major web3 events with spoken including closing out Gary Vaynerchuk's event, NFT Land: Blast-off to NYC 2021, The North American Bitcoin Conference Main Stage, and NFT LA Main Stage. Her work in empowering the web3 space with spoken word has been featured in CoinDesk alongside David Bianchi.  doc Peace is the host of GOLDen MetaSessions with doc Peace, a podcast dedicated to empowering listeners with doses of inspiration from NFT Creatives so that listeners can achieve their own version of success in Web3. Most notable on the show is Ja Rule.    Thank you to near.org for making this episode of Freedom with NFTs happen! To learn more about how the NEAR Foundation is building the future of the creator economy, visit near.org.   Connect with Dr. Peace Uche A.K.A Doc Peace: Website: https://www.pivottonfts.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/metadocpeace   Connect with your host, Lauren Turton: Twitter: https://twitter.com/LaurenTurton_ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/laurenturton/ Website: https://freedomwithnfts.com/ 101 NFT Course: https://bit.ly/101NFTCourse Discord Community: bit.ly/Discordfreedomwithnfts

Awake in the Dark
Ep. #67 – Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness

Awake in the Dark

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 82:33


I'm joined by my friend Kate as we get strange with Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness, the latest movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Then we discuss some series we've been consuming recently, including Kim's Convenience, which is streaming in its entirety on Netflix, and Severance, whose first season is available to watch now on Apple TV+. I also do a Ja Rule impression that critics are already calling "unfortunate". Find us on Facebook, Twitter and Letterboxd.

The Jay King Network
WOMEN WHO JAM RADIO (WWJR) / MS JOHNNIE WALKER

The Jay King Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 61:00


Johnnie Walker began her career as a country music radio personality. She later segued to Black radio holding numerous positions, and in 1989 she joined Def Jam Recordings as a regional marketing rep. Within one year Walker was promoted to National Director of Promotion. The Sr. National Director position soon followed and positioned Walker to be instrumental in launching the careers of Redman, Method Man, Onyx, Montell Jordan, Ashanti, Sisqo, and Foxy Brown! Making the move to New York City in 1997, Walker was named Vice President of Promotion for Def Jam. A year later, after restructuring the company's promotions department and its field staff, Walker was named Sr. Vice President. During her tenure, her team successfully marketed Def Comedy Jam, Phat Farm clothing, Russell Simmons' co-produced movies, "The Nutty Professor,” Jackie Chan's “Rush Hour 1 and 2” plus several #1 Gold and Platinum albums from Jay-Z, Sisqo, Kelly Price, Ashanti, Ja Rule, DMX, LL Cool J, Musiq, Dru Hill, and others.

The Breakfast Club
The Heart Of the Culture"

The Breakfast Club

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 84:08


Today on the show, its only right they started off the show with Kendrick Lamar's new song "The Heart part 5". Next we had friend to the room Ja Rule stop by where he spoke about ICONN, Murder Inc Documentary, Parenting, Harvard Business Degree and more They also had Marc Lamont Hill stop by where he spoke about his new book "Seen and Unseen", how visual media shifting the narrative,  the skepticals of death and more.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Breakfast Club
First Class Worthy ( Jack Harlow/Touré Roberts and Ja Rule interview)

The Breakfast Club

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 86:33


Today on the show we had Jack Harlow stop by for the first time where he spoke about his new album, family support, Lil Nas X, Drake Friendship and more. Also they had Touré Roberts stop by and speak on balance, the power Of "No", silencing the noise, worthiness and more. Lastly they also had Ja Rule stop to speak on his mothers day festival and Charlamagne gave "Donkey of the Day" to a Pizza Delivery Driver who sued friends over $1 million lottery win See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Jay King Network
WOMEN WHO JAM RADIO (WWJR) / MS JOHNNIE WALKER

The Jay King Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 61:00


Johnnie Walker began her career as a country music radio personality. She later segued to Black radio holding numerous positions, and in 1989 she joined Def Jam Recordings as a regional marketing rep. Within one year Walker was promoted to National Director of Promotion. The Sr. National Director position soon followed and positioned Walker to be instrumental in launching the careers of Redman, Method Man, Onyx, Montell Jordan, Ashanti, Sisqo, and Foxy Brown! Making the move to New York City in 1997, Walker was named Vice President of Promotion for Def Jam. A year later, after restructuring the company's promotions department and its field staff, Walker was named Sr. Vice President. During her tenure, her team successfully marketed Def Comedy Jam, Phat Farm clothing, Russell Simmons' co-produced movies, "The Nutty Professor,” Jackie Chan's “Rush Hour 1 and 2” plus several #1 Gold and Platinum albums from Jay-Z, Sisqo, Kelly Price, Ashanti, Ja Rule, DMX, LL Cool J, Musiq, Dru Hill, and others.

David Neagle | The Successful Mind Podcast
The Successful Mind Podcast – Episode 501 – Full Throttle Thursday – After Burn: Fyre Festival & The Greatest Party That Never Was

David Neagle | The Successful Mind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 35:19


Five years ago, in 2017, the infamous Fyre Festival was scheduled to go off in Great Exuma in the Bahamas. Co-founded by con artist, Billy McFarland, and rapper Ja Rule, the festival was intended to launch an app for Fyre Media. They used slick marketing in their promotional videos to appeal to millennials, while using […] The post The Successful Mind Podcast – Episode 501 – Full Throttle Thursday – After Burn: Fyre Festival & The Greatest Party That Never Was appeared first on Successful Mind Podcast.

The Jay King Network
WOMEN WHO JAM RADIO (WWJR) / MS JOHNNIE WALKER

The Jay King Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 61:00


Johnnie Walker began her career as a country music radio personality. She later segued to Black radio holding numerous positions, and in 1989 she joined Def Jam Recordings as a regional marketing rep. Within one year Walker was promoted to National Director of Promotion. The Sr. National Director position soon followed and positioned Walker to be instrumental in launching the careers of Redman, Method Man, Onyx, Montell Jordan, Ashanti, Sisqo, and Foxy Brown! Making the move to New York City in 1997, Walker was named Vice President of Promotion for Def Jam. A year later, after restructuring the company's promotions department and its field staff, Walker was named Sr. Vice President. During her tenure, her team successfully marketed Def Comedy Jam, Phat Farm clothing, Russell Simmons' co-produced movies, "The Nutty Professor,” Jackie Chan's “Rush Hour 1 and 2” plus several #1 Gold and Platinum albums from Jay-Z, Sisqo, Kelly Price, Ashanti, Ja Rule, DMX, LL Cool J, Musiq, Dru Hill, and others.

The Jay King Network
WOMEN WHO JAM RADIO (WWJR) / MS JOHNNIE WALKER

The Jay King Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 61:00


Johnnie Walker began her career as a country music radio personality. She later segued to Black radio holding numerous positions, and in 1989 she joined Def Jam Recordings as a regional marketing rep. Within one year Walker was promoted to National Director of Promotion. The Sr. National Director position soon followed and positioned Walker to be instrumental in launching the careers of Redman, Method Man, Onyx, Montell Jordan, Ashanti, Sisqo, and Foxy Brown! Making the move to New York City in 1997, Walker was named Vice President of Promotion for Def Jam. A year later, after restructuring the company's promotions department and its field staff, Walker was named Sr. Vice President. During her tenure, her team successfully marketed Def Comedy Jam, Phat Farm clothing, Russell Simmons' co-produced movies, "The Nutty Professor,” Jackie Chan's “Rush Hour 1 and 2” plus several #1 Gold and Platinum albums from Jay-Z, Sisqo, Kelly Price, Ashanti, Ja Rule, DMX, LL Cool J, Musiq, Dru Hill, and others.

Infectious Groove Podcast
Dumpster Fyre

Infectious Groove Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 60:27


DISCLAIMER: This episode contains potential spoilers that involve two separate documentaries about the events that unfolded at a particular music festival (that never actually happened). It is advised that you go and check out "Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened" on Netflix and "Fyre Fraud" on Hulu. By doing so, it will loop you into this entire episode so you're not sitting there confused like Michelle is half of the time.Somehow, someway, and still unbeknownst to Michelle, we've made it through 5 whole seasons of this podcast. We say thank you A LOT, but we really truly mean it. Without you guys, this podcast would just be three music nerds arguing about random music shit while drinking in a dimly but colorfully lit basement with one of the most extensive record collections you've ever seen. You guys are the reason we've been able to take this show to the next level, and for that, we will be forever grateful.While we're on the subject of being grateful, we imagine that those who attended the biggest music festival farce in history are also probably forever grateful that they made it out of that whole ordeal alive. Calling it a perpetual dumpster fire would be putting it lightly, and would never really do the events that actually unfolded before everyone's eyes, any real justice. A story that when told, seems like that of a mockumentary of sorts. Perhaps the best mockumentary you could ever imagine watching, but unfortunately for literally everyone involved "The Fyre Festival" wasn't part of any fake documentary for everyone to mock. It was a very real idea, that had very real consequences.What do you get when you mix a fraudster with the right connections, a lot of money that belongs to other people, and an idea that would (in reality) take years to actually come to fruition?The brainchild of master swindler and self-proclaimed "entrepreneur" Billy McFarland, The Fyre Festival was supposed to be the world's most elite and luxurious music festival that anyone had ever seen. Set to take place in the Bahamas, The Fyre Festival was supposed to have it all and then some, but the events that would unfold would tell a very, very different story.This week we're talking about the biggest music festival dumpster fyre of all time, and it's a doozie if we've ever heard of one. A music festival with no actual music? Check. FEMA tents sold as private luxury villas? Check. No electricity or running water? Check. Cheese sandwiches instead of the gourmet food you were promised? Check. Continuing to defraud the same people who put their money and trust into you? Check. We watched all hell break loose, and if you're listening to this, chances are you also watched all hell break loose at the greatest but also the worst music festival that never was.This leaves us with one lingering question. Just how far would you go to make sure that everyone had clean drinking water? It's the season 5 finale of Billy McFarland's cell mate's ex-wife's favorite music podcast. LET'S GO!!! Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. Infectious Groove Podcast, part of the OddPods Media Network.

Tech Asylum
04/16/2022 - ASYLUM - It's the JARF show!

Tech Asylum

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2022 44:12


Jen Aczualdez (JA) and Rafi Fuentes (RF) (aka: JARF show) reminisce about their latest NYC party gathering with entertainers at La Pulperia in Hells Kitchen, where Jen discovered Rafi's voice as he serenaded the group. Darren is jealous. Rafi talks about being in Miami getting ready to be a contestant (instead of a translator) on a real life/live TV show: Enamorándonos by Univision! Will Rafi find Love and a new date for his disco bathroom? Or will it end in bean bag disaster? Jen will be in Miami next week! Will JARF meet up in Miami with Rafi showing Jen his dance moves? Jen tells us what it was like to be a guest at a Jewish Seder with not so delicious Kosher Manischewitz wine, which "needs improvement" (more alcohol, less sugar). Darren is home, preparing to leave for Dallas, ready to cruise the bars in Oak Lawn TX, he'll try Rafi's double-look behind. Will there be escalators at the bars? Will Darren get lost and find himself at the closed Electric Lizard? Rafi doesn't know how to open a Tesla. Darren doesn't know who Ja Rule is. Ahh the generation gap. Jen contemplates her next world travels post-miami. And will the three be getting stoned at the American Dream mall in East Rutherford NJ in the future? But Jen has mall-PTSD so probably not. Or now that pot is legal in New Jersey with dispensaries opening soon, maybe she'll have more at her disposal, to calm her down. Recorded on Saturday April 16th due to Rafi & Darren traveling on Sunday.

Paul Pickett Podcast
130: Episode 130 - NBA Play in Games | How Cancel Culture Really Works 50 Cent vs Ja Rule

Paul Pickett Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 39:31


Episode 130 - NBA Play in Games | How Cancel Culture Really Works 50 Cent vs Ja Rule ► Click HERE to subscribe to Paul Pickett Podcast https://bit.ly/3i9DYqy http://smarturl.it/paulpickettpodcast https://www.youtube.com/paulpickettpodcast https://twitter.com/PaulPPodcast https://www.facebook.com/paulpickettpodcast #sports #music #politics #nba #nfl #paulpickett Order Online Here https://emiliosbev.com/dizzle-liqueur-750ml/ https://www.valleybev.com/spirits/Dizzle-Dizzle-w8598725qe https://www.delmesaliquor.com/collections/dizzle/products/dizzle-original-premium-liqueur Follow Us https://dizzlebrand.com/ https://www.instagram.com/thedizzlebrand/ https://www.facebook.com/DizzleBrand https://twitter.com/DizzleBrand https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiXjkwdveA0flRLW3TujcFQ #dizzle #dizzlebrand #drinks #alcohol 

I Said Yerrr! Podcast
I Said Yerrr! Podcast - EP29 "The 10 Slap Commandments"

I Said Yerrr! Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 139:20


The Yerrr Boyz are back! And this week they get straight to it! Y'all heard the slap that was heard across the world? (08:30) What's your views on voting? (27:20) Did you see the dead body in the club? (33:45) Was Whitney Houston a sneaky link? (48:00) How would y'all feel about a Black James Bod? (1:00:30) Should gas be available for lay-a-way? (1:09:53) Alicia Keys on the tunes for Intermission (1:20:30) and our weekly segments, "Suspect Lyric Court with Judge DatNiccaTrendz" as we bring JaRule to trail (1:23:50), Lifeline with Ace Alpha (1:38:20), Name That Sample (1:52:10) and our Lost Yerrr Tracks to close it out (2:01:35). Tune in for another hilarious episode as the boyz attempt to get canceled!Visit www.thegeminimusicgroup.com for merch and event infoFollow us on Instagram @thegeminimusicgroup and Facebook "The Gemini Music Group"Intro Track: Asap Ferg "Shabba"Lifeline: 2Pac "Dear Momma"Ace Alpha's Lifeline Playlisthttps://open.spotify.com/playlist/74kLvX3iB4iZ9toRit6lwR?si=f391312323994d6bThe Lost Yerrr Tracks (Playlist Available On Spotify) https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4zrgi71JnfCKZibj4BGN0P?si=e43e169dc37241a0Ace Alpha's Track: Dreamville ft Asap Ferg "Lifestyle"DatNiccaTrendz's Track: Marlon Craft "Hans Zimmer"Boss Jay's Track: Young Buck "Geeked"Outro Track: Conway The Machine "John Woo Flick"

The Jay King Network
WOMEN WHO JAM RADIO (WWJR) / MS JOHNNIE WALKER

The Jay King Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 61:00


Johnnie Walker began her career as a country music radio personality. She later segued to Black radio holding numerous positions, and in 1989 she joined Def Jam Recordings as a regional marketing rep. Within one year Walker was promoted to National Director of Promotion. The Sr. National Director position soon followed and positioned Walker to be instrumental in launching the careers of Redman, Method Man, Onyx, Montell Jordan, Ashanti, Sisqo, and Foxy Brown! Making the move to New York City in 1997, Walker was named Vice President of Promotion for Def Jam. A year later, after restructuring the company's promotions department and its field staff, Walker was named Sr. Vice President. During her tenure, her team successfully marketed Def Comedy Jam, Phat Farm clothing, Russell Simmons' co-produced movies, "The Nutty Professor,” Jackie Chan's “Rush Hour 1 and 2” plus several #1 Gold and Platinum albums from Jay-Z, Sisqo, Kelly Price, Ashanti, Ja Rule, DMX, LL Cool J, Musiq, Dru Hill, and others.

Waiting to X-hale
Ep. 87: The Music of 1992 and 2002

Waiting to X-hale

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 57:29


Wynter and Karen reflect back on the music of 1992 and 2002, from Pitchfork favorites to the Billboard Hot 100. In addition to selecting their MVP songs and albums from each year, they each get into what they were wearing and gift an NFT idea to Ja Rule in the process.  Wynter continues delving into the saga of millennial overreachers by entering the world of WeCrashed, while Karen sobs to the epic, multigenerational saga that is Apple TV+'s  Pachinko, while revisiting the thrills and jiggles of the Lakers' showtime era of the 80s reimagined in Adam McKay's Winning Time.  Plus, nuo-lingo and songs of the week from 1992 and 2012 (in an extension of our episode's timeline).

Notorious Mass Effect
"J. COLE & DREAMVILLE D-DAY: A GANGSTA GRILLZ MIXTAPE"

Notorious Mass Effect

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 37:56


Leave it to J. Cole to bless fans with one hell of a surprise like this. Today (March 31), the Fayetteville star and his Dreamville camp — Ari Lennox, J.I.D, Bas, EARTHGANG, Cozz, Lute, and Omen — connect with DJ Drama for D-Day: A Gangsta Grillz Mixtape, which is expected to feature both unheard tracks and previously released cuts like J.I.D's “Ambassel,” a standout effort from the Madden NFL 22 Soundtrack. D-Day is also being released in conjunction with this year's Dreamville Festival, which takes place this weekend in Raleigh, NC, and (in addition to the aforementioned) will see a wealth of support from Lil Baby, Ja Rule, Ashanti, Kehlani, Moneybagg Yo, Bia, Rico Nasty, Wale, WizKid, Morray, Fivio Foreign, Blxst and more. Drama will also be in the proverbial building to perform a Gangsta Grillz set alongside Lil Wayne, Jeezy, and T.I. It's been a few years since the Dreamville collective came together for the third installment of their Revenge of the Dreamers series, which contained a healthy 18 cuts and a slew of outside contributions from the like of DaBaby, Reason, Childish Major, Yung Baby Tate, Guapdad 4000, Vince Staples, Ty Dolla $ign, Smino, and Deante' Hitchcock. The project proved to be a huge success for all parties involved, landing at the number one spot on the Billboard 200 thanks to an impressive 115,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week of release. The following year, a Director's Cut upgrade of Revenge of the Dreamers III surfaced with 12 additional songs. As far as Cole himself, last year saw him liberating his sixth studio LP The Off-Season, another chart-topper from the camp (and Cole‘s sixth). He later promoted the album via a tour of the same name, bringing along 21 Savage and Morray for additional support. source: J. Cole Dreamville 'D-Day: A Gangsta Grillz Mixtape' (revolt.tv) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/masseffect/support

Cards Face Up Podcast
Southstar Of 90s Rap Duo Smilez And Southstar Talks Ja Rule Copying, Being Asian, Reunion And More

Cards Face Up Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 42:26


Southstar Of 90s Rap Duo Smilez And Southstar Talks Ja Rule Copying, Being Asian,  Reunion And More.#smilezandsouthstar #tellme #jaruleThe rap group from Orlando, Florida Smilez and SouthStar came out with their hit "Tell Me" in 2003 only to have it under cut by Ja Rule, Ashanti and Murder INC records, Southstar talks with us in this interview about the groups success, what fame was like and the fall of their career, being a asian rapper, what he and Smilez are up to now and the chances of a reunion and more.

Love Life After Podcast
Love Life After- S6E8- Dreamville Festival (RECAP)

Love Life After Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 20:13


Dreamville Festival 2022 recap. Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/lovelifeafter)

The Jay King Network
WOMEN WHO JAM RADIO (WWJR) / MS JOHNNIE WALKER

The Jay King Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 61:00


Johnnie Walker began her career as a country music radio personality. She later segued to Black radio holding numerous positions, and in 1989 she joined Def Jam Recordings as a regional marketing rep. Within one year Walker was promoted to National Director of Promotion. The Sr. National Director position soon followed and positioned Walker to be instrumental in launching the careers of Redman, Method Man, Onyx, Montell Jordan, Ashanti, Sisqo, and Foxy Brown! Making the move to New York City in 1997, Walker was named Vice President of Promotion for Def Jam. A year later, after restructuring the company's promotions department and its field staff, Walker was named Sr. Vice President. During her tenure, her team successfully marketed Def Comedy Jam, Phat Farm clothing, Russell Simmons' co-produced movies, "The Nutty Professor,” Jackie Chan's “Rush Hour 1 and 2” plus several #1 Gold and Platinum albums from Jay-Z, Sisqo, Kelly Price, Ashanti, Ja Rule, DMX, LL Cool J, Musiq, Dru Hill, and others.

Le Wake-up mix
Nelly, Mariah Carey, Ja Rule, Ashanti, Christina Aguilera, Akon...

Le Wake-up mix

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 8:01


durée : 00:08:01 - Le Wake-up mix - DJ First Mike prend le contrôle des platines de Mouv' tous les matins. 8 minutes de gros son pour te sortir du lit comme jamais.

Church of Lazlo Podcasts

Julia walks us through the bath routine called the Ja Rule Bath that is sweeping the nation by storm

The Jay King Network
WOMEN WHO JAM RADIO (WWJR) / MS JOHNNIE WALKER

The Jay King Network

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 60:00


Johnnie Walker began her career as a country music radio personality. She later segued to Black radio holding numerous positions, and in 1989 she joined Def Jam Recordings as a regional marketing rep. Within one year Walker was promoted to National Director of Promotion. The Sr. National Director position soon followed and positioned Walker to be instrumental in launching the careers of Redman, Method Man, Onyx, Montell Jordan, Ashanti, Sisqo, and Foxy Brown! Making the move to New York City in 1997, Walker was named Vice President of Promotion for Def Jam. A year later, after restructuring the company's promotions department and its field staff, Walker was named Sr. Vice President. During her tenure, her team successfully marketed Def Comedy Jam, Phat Farm clothing, Russell Simmons' co-produced movies, "The Nutty Professor,” Jackie Chan's “Rush Hour 1 and 2” plus several #1 Gold and Platinum albums from Jay-Z, Sisqo, Kelly Price, Ashanti, Ja Rule, DMX, LL Cool J, Musiq, Dru Hill, and others.

The Jay King Network
WOMEN WHO JAM RADIO (WWJR) / MS JOHNNIE WALKER

The Jay King Network

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 61:00


Johnnie Walker began her career as a country music radio personality. She later segued to Black radio holding numerous positions, and in 1989 she joined Def Jam Recordings as a regional marketing rep. Within one year Walker was promoted to National Director of Promotion. The Sr. National Director position soon followed and positioned Walker to be instrumental in launching the careers of Redman, Method Man, Onyx, Montell Jordan, Ashanti, Sisqo, and Foxy Brown! Making the move to New York City in 1997, Walker was named Vice President of Promotion for Def Jam. A year later, after restructuring the company's promotions department and its field staff, Walker was named Sr. Vice President. During her tenure, her team successfully marketed Def Comedy Jam, Phat Farm clothing, Russell Simmons' co-produced movies, "The Nutty Professor,” Jackie Chan's “Rush Hour 1 and 2” plus several #1 Gold and Platinum albums from Jay-Z, Sisqo, Kelly Price, Ashanti, Ja Rule, DMX, LL Cool J, Musiq, Dru Hill, and others.

The Sounds of Sin
3theHardWay (Mar.16.22)

The Sounds of Sin

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2022 69:20


Live Stream From My New Series "3 the Hard Way" Where we Celebrate 3 Artists. In this Episode (JaRule . LLCoolJ . Ludacris) Enjoy. Follow me at twitch.tv/djSinToronto and @djSinToronto

Welcome to My Hood Film.
Welcome to My Hood Film #46 - Backstage with Paul Dagliolo

Welcome to My Hood Film.

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 60:23


Marv and Oni decide to check out a hood film documentary with their guest Paul Dagliolo. They put him on to the legendary documentary, Backstage, which showcased a day behind the scenes of the Hard Knock Life Tour featuring Jay-Z, Method Man, Redman, Ja Rule, and the late great DMX.

Nick Sandoval podcast
Old School Jamz Vol 8. (Millennial Hip-Hop & R&B)

Nick Sandoval podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 86:45


All my favorite bangers from late '99 to 2005!! I got caught in the vibe and stretched the one a little past the hour mark. 52 Classics!!! Enjoy!! 1)Twista - Overnight Celebrity 2) Jay-Z & UGK - Big Pimpin 3) Ludacris ft Shawnna - Whats Your Fantasy 4) Chamillionaire ft Krazyie Bone - Ridin Dirty 5) Ludacris - Splash Waterfalls 6) Eminem - Cleanin Out My Closet 7) Chingy ft Ludacris & Snoop Dogg - Holidae In 8) T-Pain ft Yung Joc - Buy U A Drank 9) Tweet ft Missy Elliott - Oops (Oh My) 10) Busta Rhymes - Break Ya Neck 11) Cam'ron ft Juelz Santana - Oh Boy 12) Craig David - 7 Days 13) Ludacris ft Pharrell - Money Maker 14) Jay-Z - Izzo (H.O.V.A.) 15) Ludacris - Get Back 16) P. Diddy ft Usher & Loon - I Need A Girl (Part 1) 17) Fabolous ft Tamia - Into You  18) Kanye West ft Syleena Johnson - All Falls Down 19) Chingy - Right Thurr 20) Baby ft Clipse - What Happened To That Boy 21) Jay-Z - 99 Problems 22) Mary J. Blige - Family Affair 23) Ja Rule - Holla Holla 24) Missy Elliot ft Ludacris & Jay-Z - One Minute Man 25) Ja Rule ft Vita - Put It On Me 26) 50 Cent ft Nate Dogg - 21 Questions 27) B2K ft P. Diddy - Bump, Bump, Bump 28) Snoop Dogg ft Nate Dogg & Xzibit - B Please 29) DMX - X Gon' Give It To Ya 30) Ludacris ft Pharrell - Southern Hospitality 31) Eve ft Gwen Stefani - Let Me Blow Your Mind 32) N.O.R.E. ft Pharrell - Nothin' 33) 50 Cent - Disco Inferno 34) Fabolous ft P. Diddy & Jagged Edge - Trade It All (Part 2) 35) Jay-Z ft Pharrell - I Just Wanna Love U (Give it 2 Me) 36) Erick Sermon ft Redman - React 37) Truth Hurts ft Rakim - Addictive 38) P Diddy - Public Enemy #1 39) Busta Rhymes feat. Kelis - What It Is 40)Young Gunz - Can't Stop, Won't Stop 41) Dennis Blaze - Ninja Breaks 42) Slick Rick ft Outkast - Street Talkin 43) Jon B - Don't Talk 44) Ja Rule ft Case - Livin It Up 45) Nelly ft Dani Stevenson - Hot In Herre 46) Fabolous ft Pharrell - Young'n (Holla Back) 47) Eminem - Without Me 48) Timbaland ft Keri Hilson & D.O.E. - The Way I Are 49) Akon ft Eminem - Smack That 50) Nina Sky ft Jabba - Move Ya Body 51) Trina ft Trick Daddy - Pull Over 52) Janet Jackson - Someone To Call My Lover

The Jay King Network
WOMEN WHO JAM RADIO (WWJR) / MS JOHNNIE WALKER

The Jay King Network

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 61:00


Johnnie Walker began her career as a country music radio personality. She later segued to Black radio holding numerous positions, and in 1989 she joined Def Jam Recordings as a regional marketing rep. Within one year Walker was promoted to National Director of Promotion. The Sr. National Director position soon followed and positioned Walker to be instrumental in launching the careers of Redman, Method Man, Onyx, Montell Jordan, Ashanti, Sisqo, and Foxy Brown! Making the move to New York City in 1997, Walker was named Vice President of Promotion for Def Jam. A year later, after restructuring the company's promotions department and its field staff, Walker was named Sr. Vice President. During her tenure, her team successfully marketed Def Comedy Jam, Phat Farm clothing, Russell Simmons' co-produced movies, "The Nutty Professor,” Jackie Chan's “Rush Hour 1 and 2” plus several #1 Gold and Platinum albums from Jay-Z, Sisqo, Kelly Price, Ashanti, Ja Rule, DMX, LL Cool J, Musiq, Dru Hill, and others.

WhatCulture
10 Actors Who Turned Down Movie Roles Because Of Spite - Jude Law! Charlize Theron! Steve McQueen! Ja Rule Thought Fast & The Furious Wasn't Serious Enough?!

WhatCulture

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2022 9:50


Robin Williams hated being used as "bait"?! Jules Gill presents 10 Actors Who Turned Down Movie Roles Because Of Spite... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Object Of Sound
Great Movie Soundtracks (feat. Wesley Morris)

Object Of Sound

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2022 36:11


“Soundtracks are the unsung heroes of film.” That's the premise of this special episode of Object of Sound, recorded live at On Air Fest 2022. Hanif and New York Times critic at large Wesley Morris took to the stage in Brooklyn to talk about four of their all-time favorite Black movie soundtracks, from Do the Right Thing (1989) to Love and Basketball (2000), from Boomerang (1992) to Belly (1998). Plus, a playlist of standout hits from soundtracks of the 1990s. For the playlist of songs curated for this episode head over to www.mixcloud.com/sonos.Music In This Week's Episode: Know The Ledge, Eric B. & RakimEnd Of The Road, Boyz II MenSo Good, DavinaFor the Love of Money / Living For the City (feat. Queen Latifah), Troop, Levert, Queen LatifahDays of Our Livez, Bone Thugs-N-HarmonySittin' Up In My Room, BrandyShow Notes: Hanif remembers watching the music video for Eric B. & Rakim's Know the Ledge before he was allowed to see Juice, the film for which the song was composed.You can follow along with the scene from Boomerang (1992) featuring Eddie Murphy and Halle Berry here.Watch the opening credits from Spike Lee's Do The Right Thing, featuring Public Enemy's Fight the Power, here. To follow along with the dance scene from Love and Basketball, see here.Ahead of the scene from Belly, Hanif read from his piece On Warnings in the Paris Review.The opening scene of Belly was in part inspired by the music video for Ja Rule's Kill Them All.Credits:This show is produced by work by work: Scott Newman, Jemma Rose Brown, Kathleen Ottinger, Rhiannon Corby, and by Hanif Abdurraqib. The show is mixed by Sam Bair. Extra gratitude to Joe Dawson and Saidah Blount at Sonos.

Bulture Podcast
For $10 million Would You Leave Your Significant Other?Ep167

Bulture Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 190:18


Brittney Griner has been in a Russian jail for three weeks after they found hash vape pens in her luggage at the airport. The WNBA pays her just $227k annually… Russia paid her nearly $1M. She's facing 10 years in prison. Netflix paid Coodie and Chike 30 million for the Kanye West footage! Atlanta Thief drills holes in gas tanks to steal gas. Atlanta police arrest man accused of drilling holes in cars to steal Sauce Walka says men are held to a higher standard… men get made fun of if they are going bald or get surgery… but women wear weave & get BBL's The Game's older brother, Big Fase 100, seemingly insinuates that the rapper had a sexual relationship with Diddy. Tommy brother so press to find his mother but not to make things right with his own son Smfh How y'all designer real but crying about gas prices?? Ticket prices for Duke vs. UNC are going for up to $79,988 for Coach K's last home game. Russell Westbrook's wife calls out Skip Bayless for continuing to call him Russell WestBRICK & blocking her from Twitter. “Be respectful” Applebee's is going to test out a “Drive-thru” to appeal to the younger crowd who wants everything fast. Nike Reduces Amount Of Products Sold In Foot Locker Stores YFN Lucci claims he was stabbed in jail, asks Judge to grant bond for release. Jack Harlow Set To Make His Acting Debut In Reboot Of The 1992 Film ‘White Men Can't Jump' Lil Durk Wants People To Stop Shaming Rappers Over Fake Jewelry Durk says blame the jewelers for "selling them bogus" pieces. J. Cole Announces Dreamville Festival Lineup This year's Dreamville Festival will feature Ja Rule and Ashanti's on-stage reunion, the first-ever performance of DJ Drama's "Gangsta Grillz" with Lil Wayne, Jeezy, and T.I., and much more. Raymond Santana Files For Divorce From Deelishis After Nearly Two Years Of Marriage Kodak Black says getting rid of Donald Trump was the worst thing America did. Bel-air definitely had me on emotional roller coaster this week Ciara Seemingly Responds To Omeretta & Latto's ‘Sorry Not Sorry' Remix, Latto Says It's Not A Diss DaBaby Addresses OTF & Disses Memo600 Over NBA YoungBoy Tweet (( Memo600 says he doesn't blame DaBaby for working with NBA YoungBoy: “He thought that man was gone save his career”)) Kodak Black sets his sights on Kim Kardashian, shooting his shot by telling her, "You need a real n***a." Luka Doncic's First Signature Sneaker Gets A Release Date Soulja Boy angrily responds to Akbar V after she rapped in a new song that he didn't grow up in Atlanta. Lakers Coaching Staff Reportedly Wanted Russell Westbrook Traded The Weeknd's "The Simpsons" Character Will Make His Debut This Month Michael Rapaport will also voice a character in the upcoming March 20th episode. Fans think Latto's new song "Wheelie" features Cardi B after the rapper shared hints about the song's guest feature. UFC fighter Colby Covington tells Drake to go back to his "sh**ty little albums" after Drizzy bet $275,000 on Covington losing. Covington reportedly made $532,000 for the match. So "The Batman" Sees 2nd Largest Debut Of Pandemic Era With $128.5 Million Nicki Minaj Says She's Considered Having Drake Executive Produce New Album NBA Hits Julius Randle With Massive $50k Fine For Shoving Referee & Cam Johnson Wack 100 explains why Tupac died a legend but Biggie & Nipsey Hussle didn't.

The Jay King Network
WOMEN WHO JAM RADIO (WWJR) / MS JOHNNIE WALKER

The Jay King Network

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 61:00


Johnnie Walker began her career as a country music radio personality. She later segued to Black radio holding numerous positions, and in 1989 she joined Def Jam Recordings as a regional marketing rep. Within one year Walker was promoted to National Director of Promotion. The Sr. National Director position soon followed and positioned Walker to be instrumental in launching the careers of Redman, Method Man, Onyx, Montell Jordan, Ashanti, Sisqo, and Foxy Brown! Making the move to New York City in 1997, Walker was named Vice President of Promotion for Def Jam. A year later, after restructuring the company's promotions department and its field staff, Walker was named Sr. Vice President. During her tenure, her team successfully marketed Def Comedy Jam, Phat Farm clothing, Russell Simmons' co-produced movies, "The Nutty Professor,” Jackie Chan's “Rush Hour 1 and 2” plus several #1 Gold and Platinum albums from Jay-Z, Sisqo, Kelly Price, Ashanti, Ja Rule, DMX, LL Cool J, Musiq, Dru Hill, and others.

The Jay King Network
WOMEN WHO JAM RADIO (WWJR) / MS JOHNNIE WALKER

The Jay King Network

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2022 61:00


Johnnie Walker began her career as a country music radio personality. She later segued to Black radio holding numerous positions, and in 1989 she joined Def Jam Recordings as a regional marketing rep. Within one year Walker was promoted to National Director of Promotion. The Sr. National Director position soon followed and positioned Walker to be instrumental in launching the careers of Redman, Method Man, Onyx, Montell Jordan, Ashanti, Sisqo, and Foxy Brown! Making the move to New York City in 1997, Walker was named Vice President of Promotion for Def Jam. A year later, after restructuring the company's promotions department and its field staff, Walker was named Sr. Vice President. During her tenure, her team successfully marketed Def Comedy Jam, Phat Farm clothing, Russell Simmons' co-produced movies, "The Nutty Professor,” Jackie Chan's “Rush Hour 1 and 2” plus several #1 Gold and Platinum albums from Jay-Z, Sisqo, Kelly Price, Ashanti, Ja Rule, DMX, LL Cool J, Musiq, Dru Hill, and others.

The Naughtiest Noughty
3.23 - Complicated, Suspicious Minds, Little by Little

The Naughtiest Noughty

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2022 78:09


A change of Gallaghers turns heads, the scientific accuracy of John Otway's novelty hit comes into question, and Eve shows Ja Rule that there's more than one way to have Gangsta Lovin'. CONTACT US: Facebook/Twitter/Instagram @TNNPod, Email Hello@TNNPod.co.uk

The Jay King Network
WOMEN WHO JAM RADIO (WWJR) / MS JOHNNIE WALKER

The Jay King Network

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2022 61:00


Johnnie Walker began her career as a country music radio personality. She later segued to Black radio holding numerous positions, and in 1989 she joined Def Jam Recordings as a regional marketing rep. Within one year Walker was promoted to National Director of Promotion. The Sr. National Director position soon followed and positioned Walker to be instrumental in launching the careers of Redman, Method Man, Onyx, Montell Jordan, Ashanti, Sisqo, and Foxy Brown! Making the move to New York City in 1997, Walker was named Vice President of Promotion for Def Jam. A year later, after restructuring the company's promotions department and its field staff, Walker was named Sr. Vice President. During her tenure, her team successfully marketed Def Comedy Jam, Phat Farm clothing, Russell Simmons' co-produced movies, "The Nutty Professor,” Jackie Chan's “Rush Hour 1 and 2” plus several #1 Gold and Platinum albums from Jay-Z, Sisqo, Kelly Price, Ashanti, Ja Rule, DMX, LL Cool J, Musiq, Dru Hill, and others.

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WOMEN WHO JAM RADIO (WWJR) / MS JOHNNIE WALKER

The Jay King Network

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2022 60:00


Johnnie Walker began her career as a country music radio personality. She later segued to Black radio holding numerous positions, and in 1989 she joined Def Jam Recordings as a regional marketing rep. Within one year Walker was promoted to National Director of Promotion. The Sr. National Director position soon followed and positioned Walker to be instrumental in launching the careers of Redman, Method Man, Onyx, Montell Jordan, Ashanti, Sisqo, and Foxy Brown! Making the move to New York City in 1997, Walker was named Vice President of Promotion for Def Jam. A year later, after restructuring the company's promotions department and its field staff, Walker was named Sr. Vice President. During her tenure, her team successfully marketed Def Comedy Jam, Phat Farm clothing, Russell Simmons' co-produced movies, "The Nutty Professor,” Jackie Chan's “Rush Hour 1 and 2” plus several #1 Gold and Platinum albums from Jay-Z, Sisqo, Kelly Price, Ashanti, Ja Rule, DMX, LL Cool J, Musiq, Dru Hill, and others.

The Jay King Network
WOMEN WHO JAM RADIO (WWJR) / MS JOHNNIE WALKER

The Jay King Network

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2022 61:00


Johnnie Walker began her career as a country music radio personality. She later segued to Black radio holding numerous positions, and in 1989 she joined Def Jam Recordings as a regional marketing rep. Within one year Walker was promoted to National Director of Promotion. The Sr. National Director position soon followed and positioned Walker to be instrumental in launching the careers of Redman, Method Man, Onyx, Montell Jordan, Ashanti, Sisqo, and Foxy Brown! Making the move to New York City in 1997, Walker was named Vice President of Promotion for Def Jam. A year later, after restructuring the company's promotions department and its field staff, Walker was named Sr. Vice President. During her tenure, her team successfully marketed Def Comedy Jam, Phat Farm clothing, Russell Simmons' co-produced movies, "The Nutty Professor,” Jackie Chan's “Rush Hour 1 and 2” plus several #1 Gold and Platinum albums from Jay-Z, Sisqo, Kelly Price, Ashanti, Ja Rule, DMX, LL Cool J, Musiq, Dru Hill, and others.