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Best podcasts about jay will

Latest podcast episodes about jay will

Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis
Hour 2: Justin Fields Doing What He Needs To Do

Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 45:34


Justin Fields has been impressive as the Bears starting QB. The league speaks out on Gruden emails. Jessica Mendoza joins to preview the ALCS & Game 5 between the Dodgers & Giants. Jay Will's 5 includes a big win for Jimbo and Keyshawn willing our radio team to a big W this week.

The Max Kellerman Show
Hour 2: Justin Fields Doing What He Needs To Do

The Max Kellerman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 45:34


Justin Fields has been impressive as the Bears starting QB. The league speaks out on Gruden emails. Jessica Mendoza joins to preview the ALCS & Game 5 between the Dodgers & Giants. Jay Will's 5 includes a big win for Jimbo and Keyshawn willing our radio team to a big W this week.

Golic and Wingo
Hour 2: Justin Fields Doing What He Needs To Do

Golic and Wingo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 45:34


Justin Fields has been impressive as the Bears starting QB. The league speaks out on Gruden emails. Jessica Mendoza joins to preview the ALCS & Game 5 between the Dodgers & Giants. Jay Will's 5 includes a big win for Jimbo and Keyshawn willing our radio team to a big W this week.

The Stephen A. Smith Show
Hour 2: Justin Fields Doing What He Needs To Do

The Stephen A. Smith Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 45:34


Justin Fields has been impressive as the Bears starting QB. The league speaks out on Gruden emails. Jessica Mendoza joins to preview the ALCS & Game 5 between the Dodgers & Giants. Jay Will's 5 includes a big win for Jimbo and Keyshawn willing our radio team to a big W this week.

Golic and Wingo
Hour 1: Welcome To Mornings Max

Golic and Wingo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 43:03


A new era in morning radio has begun with Keyshawn, Jay Will and Max Kellerman! The guys open the show previewing Week 1 of the NFL season and discuss which game will they learn the most from. Plus, Key shares his "Key Observations" from college football Week 1.

The Stephen A. Smith Show
Hour 1: Welcome To Mornings Max

The Stephen A. Smith Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 43:03


A new era in morning radio has begun with Keyshawn, Jay Will and Max Kellerman! The guys open the show previewing Week 1 of the NFL season and discuss which game will they learn the most from. Plus, Key shares his "Key Observations" from college football Week 1.

Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis
Hour 1: Welcome To Mornings Max

Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 47:48


A new era in morning radio has begun with Keyshawn, Jay Will and Max Kellerman! The guys open the show previewing Week 1 of the NFL season and discuss which game will they learn the most from. Plus, Key shares his "Key Observations" from college football Week 1.

The Max Kellerman Show
Hour 1: Welcome To Mornings Max

The Max Kellerman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 47:48


A new era in morning radio has begun with Keyshawn, Jay Will and Max Kellerman! The guys open the show previewing Week 1 of the NFL season and discuss which game will they learn the most from. Plus, Key shares his "Key Observations" from college football Week 1.

Papi And Friends
Photography, Fairfax Flea Market, Shooting Models and more w/ Jay Will

Papi And Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2021 46:54


Jay Will and PAPI discuss shooting film(6:39), new projects(29:00), goals(37:28), and much more on this episode of Papi and Friends.Host: Nico "PAPI" Marks – https://www.instagram.com/thepgapapi/Guest: Jay Will – https://www.instagram.com/jaywillll/Executive Producer: Isaiah BrowningProducer: Owen Hoffsten

Sheryl Underwood Radio
SUR: Biden's 1st International Trip as President, Kanye Rebounds, KD Goes In On ESPN's Jay Will

Sheryl Underwood Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2021 60:14


Bezos, Buffett, Bloomberg, Musk, Icahn And Soros Pay Tiny Fraction of Wealth In income taxes. Biden's 1st International Trip as Commander in Chief. Arizona business that sells wigs targeted by anti-mask group. Kanye Rebounds. Timbaland,Swizz Beatz & D-Nice To Be Saluted W/ ASCAP's ‘Voice Of The Culture' Award. Aaron Rodgers Drama In Green Bay. Kareem Jackson Says Deshaun Watson Wants To Go To Denver. KD Goes In On ESPN's Jay Will.  

Pull Up with CJ McCollum
Blazers Season Ends, Trade Rumors, Coaching Changes, Playoffs Roll On

Pull Up with CJ McCollum

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2021 40:45


The Blazers came up short this season after getting knocked out in the first round of the playoffs. CJ talks about Dame's historic Game 5, what went wrong in the series, and addresses trade rumors around both he and Damian Lillard. Plus, the Blazers are on the search for a new coach after mutually parting ways with Terry Stotts. The playoffs roll on and CJ breaks down all of the series, the Lakers get knocked out early and look to rebuild for next season, Jokic wins the MVP, and can CP3 and Book lead the Suns to the Finals? Plus, Brad Stevens moves into the Celtics front office, Daryl Morey doesn't care about tampering rules, and KD has some words for Jay Will. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Bart and Hahn
Hour 2: Drama In The City

Bart and Hahn

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2021 41:52


The guys talk if the College Football Playoffs may be headed for expansion and after being attacked by KD on social media for telling it, Jay Will stands-by his story regarding Durant's view of Giannis.

Get Up!
Hour 1: Rodgers Skips Camp

Get Up!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2021 47:51


Aaron Rodgers skips minicamp Booger McFarland, Mike Tannenbaum and Dan Graziano with their thoughts on the latest. Plus, the Sixers take down the Hawks. PJ Carlisemo, Kendrick Perkins and Jay Will on how it happened. Also, Will the CFP expand? Heather Dinich, Paul Finebaum, and Booger discus the latest.

Get Up!
Hour 1: Lakers Fight Back

Get Up!

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 47:25


The Lakers take game 2 of the series v the suns. Jay Will and Kendrick Perkins on where the Lakers stand after game 2. Plus, Kimberly Martin, Marcus Spears, and Jeff Saturday discuss the latest with Julio Jones and Aaron Rodgers. Also, Heather Dinich and Paul Finebaum discuss the new quarterbacks in college football playing for top 5 teams.

Bart and Hahn
Hour 2: Knicks' Playoff Expectations

Bart and Hahn

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 41:52


The guys talk the expectations for the Knicks in the NBA Playoffs and break down Jay Will on KJZ ranking his Top 7 2021 NBA playoff duos.

Get Up!
Hour 1: Rodgers Saga Latest

Get Up!

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 46:46


Domonique Foxworth, Ryan Clark and Dan Graziano give their teams they think will miss the playoffs in the NFC and AFC. Plus, Jay Will chooses who he would take the Lakers or the Field in the playoffs. Also, Nique Answers the Question.

Hustle Pray Repeat
87. Better Call Tyler (feat. Jay Will)

Hustle Pray Repeat

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2021 50:21


Jay Will, of the No Time Fuh Dat Podcast, is back to talk about The Grammys, Coming 2 America, Meghan Markle, WandaVision, and more! We do not own the rights to the music in this episode. Music Cred WAP | Cardi B (feat. Megan TheeStallion Comin’ Out Hard (Bonus Track) [DJ Screw Remix) | 8Ball & MJG (feat. DJ Screw) Electric Lady | Janelle Monáe (feat. Solange) Feeling Myself | Nicki Minaj (feat. Beyoncé) This Can’t Be Life | Jay-Z (feat. Scarface) Chunk Up The Deuce | Lil’ Keke (feat. UGK & Paul Wall) Still Tippin’ | Mike Jones (feat. Slim Thug & Paul Wall) Savage Remix | Megan Thee Stallion (feat. Beyoncé) Damn It Feels Good to Be a Gangsta | Geto Boys (feat. Scarface) Fkn Around | Phony Ppl (feat. Megan Thee Stallion) Hydroplaning | Big K.R.I.T. (feat. Devin the Dude) Sky Walker | Miguel (feat. Travis Scott) Hustle Pray Repeat - The Podcast Web: hustleprayrepeat.com Email: hustleprayrepeat@gmail.com Twitter: @HPRpod

Don't Take It Personal
Episode 140: Podcast Vixen

Don't Take It Personal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2020 149:08


On episode 140 of "Don't Take It Personal" the guys start the show responding to positive feedback from "The Relationship Episode" and then react to the public backlash Jay Wil received personally. Topics discussed: - Men providing for women being more than financial (29:48) - A Tribe Called Quest vs. Outkast (40:45) - Why the south resents New York Hip Hop (42:43) - Blog Rap making rappers more relatable (55:53) - Kas’ Life Goals (01:11:53) - If Hip Hop needs a Hall of Fame (01:26:13) - The results of the election (01:40:55) - Jay Will details his sister winning her election for Harris County (Houston) Clerk and becoming the first black woman to hold the position (01:53:20) - A brief discussion on “Lovecraft Country” (02:12:45) Jay Wil - @jaywiletc Hollywood Kas - @smashinginabunkbed (Instagram)/@hollywoodkas (Twitter) Nahm Dee - @nahm_dee

Don't Take It Personal
Episode 140: Podcast Vixen

Don't Take It Personal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2020 149:08


On episode 140 of "Don't Take It Personal" the guys start the show responding to positive feedback from "The Relationship Episode" and then react to the public backlash Jay Wil received personally. Topics discussed: - Men providing for women being more than financial (29:48) - A Tribe Called Quest vs. Outkast (40:45) - Why the south resents New York Hip Hop (42:43) - Blog Rap making rappers more relatable (55:53) - Kas’ Life Goals (01:11:53) - If Hip Hop needs a Hall of Fame (01:26:13) - The results of the election (01:40:55) - Jay Will details his sister winning her election for Harris County (Houston) Clerk and becoming the first black woman to hold the position (01:53:20) - A brief discussion on “Lovecraft Country” (02:12:45) Jay Wil - @jaywiletc Hollywood Kas - @smashinginabunkbed (Instagram)/@hollywoodkas (Twitter) Nahm Dee - @nahm_dee

The Stream at Riverside

JayWill continues our sermon series on the book of Amos.

Marriage at Golgotha
Ep 35 – “Reflecting On 2020”

Marriage at Golgotha

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2020


They’re BAAAAACCCK…again! In this episode, Fee and Wayne chat with Krystal and JayWill about the good, the bad, and the ugly of 2020. Needless to say, this one will be a rollercoaster ride! SHARING IS CARING! Like, share, subscribe, and leave us a rating and review! Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter! Thanks to […]

The Stream at Riverside
Amos 3:1-15

The Stream at Riverside

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2020 28:30


JayWill continues our sermon series covering the book of Amos.

King Of The Court
Deer In Headlights

King Of The Court

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2020 58:08


Nuggets vs Clippers Do the nuggets have enough talent to match the clippers to make this a real series Rockets vs Lakers Will the lakers stay with size or try to match the rockets small ball Bucks vs Heat How will we view Giannis it the bucks lose this series. Nuggets vs Jazz or Thunder vs Rockets which was the better first round series Marcus Morris flagrant 2 on Luka fair or foul NBA Awards Montrezl Harrell wins sixth man of the year Ja Morant wins Rookie of the year Brandon Ingram wins Most improved Shawn isn’t too happy about the award inconsistencies. Jay Will called Lebron Pippen and the king wasn’t having it. Pippen claps back at Richard Jefferson Coaching changes Steve Nash new coach of Brooklyn Nets Ty Lue new coach of Philadelphia 76ers

The Stream at Riverside
Gospel Mission Together- Ephesians 3:1-13

The Stream at Riverside

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2020 37:24


JayWill continues our sermon series on exploring the church's values.

Marriage at Golgotha
Ep 34 – “Hard Conversations: Racial Injustice and Reconciliation”

Marriage at Golgotha

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2020


It’s a crossover episode! Fee and Wayne partner up with Riverside Community Church for an honest and relevant conversation on the reality of systemic racism and its effects, and how we can take steps towards reconciliation. Special thanks to JayWill, James Walden, Josh Parks, and Gabe Fluhrer for their openness, humility, and amazing insights! SHARING […]

Columbia Metro Connection
OPP 038: James Walden & JayWill Wilson on One Church with Pockets of Light

Columbia Metro Connection

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2020 22:24


SUBSCRIBE:  iTunes| RSS | Stitcher | TuneIn Radio | Google Play      The One Priority Podcast is sponsored and supported by the Columbia Metro Baptist Association and the almost 100 family churches that support the ministry of the CMBA. This week, we had an opportunity to sit down with James Walden, Pastor at Riverside Community Church in Columbia, SC, and JayWill Wilson, a Church Planting Resident at Riverside Community. Listen in as they share about how their Church is helping transform communities in significant ways through pockets of light. Resources: Riverside Community Church City of Refuge Church

Get Up!
Hour 2: The Flu Game

Get Up!

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2020 44:01


Jay Will and Tim Legler discuss Jordan's "flu game". Dan Graziano, Marcus Spears, and Domonique Foxworth talk Aaron Rodgers' career. Will Perdue explains playing with MJ.

First Take
Hour 2: Life After LeBron

First Take

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2020 53:12


First Take is joined by Jay Will & Warren Moon to debate who will carry the torch after Lebron James, Texans expectations next season and the better Chicago bulls 3-peat team.

First Take
Hour 2: Life After LeBron

First Take

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2020 50:00


First Take is joined by Jay Will & Warren Moon to debate who will carry the torch after Lebron James, Texans expectations next season and the better Chicago bulls 3-peat team.

First Take
Hour 2: Bad Times In Brooklyn

First Take

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2020 47:05


Stephen A., Max, Jay Will and Keyshawn Johnsons debate what's going on with the Nets, if the Bucks should rest Giannis and where Brady will play next season.

First Take
Hour 1: Failure To Launch

First Take

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2020 41:58


Stephen A. Max, Greeny, Bart Scott, Doris Burke and Jay Will debate what we learned from LeBron over the weekend, if the Rockets are falling apart and what Dak is worth.

First Take
Hour 2: Bad Times In Brooklyn

First Take

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2020 43:53


Stephen A., Max, Jay Will and Keyshawn Johnsons debate what's going on with the Nets, if the Bucks should rest Giannis and where Brady will play next season.

First Take
Hour 1: Failure To Launch

First Take

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2020 38:46


Stephen A. Max, Greeny, Bart Scott, Doris Burke and Jay Will debate what we learned from LeBron over the weekend, if the Rockets are falling apart and what Dak is worth.

Marriage at Golgotha
Ep 28 – “Ministry vs. Marriage”

Marriage at Golgotha

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2020


THEY’RE BAAAAAACK!! In their first episode of 2020, Fee and Wayne are joined once again by Krystal and JayWill to discuss how it can sometimes feel like ministry/church work is taking over your marriage. It gets real and deep…but then again, that’s nothing new for them. JayWill references an amazing article during this episode. Check […]

Don't Take It Personal
Episode 101: Big Mad

Don't Take It Personal

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2020 88:21


On episode 101 of "Don't Take It Personal" Jay Wil & Hollywood Kas are back after a week long hiatus due to audio issues. The conversation includes Jay Will responding to the negative backlash he received from the last episode. They also discuss Dallas based artist Kash Paige, Gayle King, how black people need to stop looking for validation from the mainstream, and much more. Follow us on all social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) - @DTIPodcast1, leave a comment, and subscribe to our channel. Jay Wil - @jaywiletc Hollywood Kas - @smashinginabunkbed (Instagram)/@hollywoodkas (Twitter)

Don't Take It Personal
Episode 101: Big Mad

Don't Take It Personal

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2020 88:21


On episode 101 of "Don't Take It Personal" Jay Wil & Hollywood Kas are back after a week long hiatus due to audio issues. The conversation includes Jay Will responding to the negative backlash he received from the last episode. They also discuss Dallas based artist Kash Paige, Gayle King, how black people need to stop looking for validation from the mainstream, and much more. Follow us on all social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) - @DTIPodcast1, leave a comment, and subscribe to our channel. Jay Wil - @jaywiletc Hollywood Kas - @smashinginabunkbed (Instagram)/@hollywoodkas (Twitter)

Get Up!
Hour 1: Mookie To LA

Get Up!

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2020 42:01


Mark Teixeira joins to shed light on Mookie Betts to the Dodgers. And, Matt Barnes and Jay Will talk Zion. Also, Oliver Luck joins to talk the inaugural season in the XFL.

Second Look at ENC
Jesus is the True and Better Job

Second Look at ENC

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2019 17:38


Pastor Ethan and pastor Todd talk through Sunday's message by JayWill on Job's suffering and Jesus' suffering. Referenced in this podcast is Tim Keller's Walking with God through Pain and Suffering.  Enjoy figuring out who's actually talking! 

East North Church
Jesus is Better 11- Job 1:20-22

East North Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2019 38:20


Guest pastor, JayWill, teaches how Jesus is better than Job.

BossTalk
Proper Risk Management

BossTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2019 15:17


You have to lose money to make money. What are you willing to risk in order to get what you want? Talk to Mocha B, Kee Wheezy, and Jay Will about the importance of risk taking and proper risk management! If you’re ready to move to the next step, this is for you! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Fellowship Baptist Teaching and Sermons
After the Sermon: JayWill

Fellowship Baptist Teaching and Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2019 36:06


Check out an extended After the Sermon with Jaywill. Jay preached at FBC a few weeks ago and we finally caught up to talk about the sermon.

Down With The King Podcast
Episode 36: Work Friends??

Down With The King Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2019 95:11


In Episode 36, Will K is joined by Jay Will, alongside the return of C. Wade and one half of the 2AM Podcast, KayCee, as they give their thoughts on the new Kanye West album, along with the various opinions many have had about his antics over the past year. They also discuss the recent controversy surrounding the Breakfast Club and the concept of work friends. There’s also some conversation about Tank and his quote regarding double standards. And much much more!! Social Media: Instagram: ThaRealWillK Instagram: Goldhooligansrevenge Instagram: Downwiththekingpodcast Twitter: ThaRealWillK Twitter: dwtkpod www.facebook.com/downwiththekingpodcast Email: downwiththekingpodcast@gmail.com  

Unspoken Words Podcast
BTM: Views and Plays ft. Jay Will from Don't It Personal Podcast

Unspoken Words Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2019 51:35


Season 6 Episode 58 Even though BeckyThePoet says she's in season 5 she's really in season 6 (LOL). In this episode BeckyThePoet sits with Jay Will from Don't Take It Personal Podcast and speak about views/plays. Follow Jay Will: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jaywiletc/ Don't Take It Personal Podcast: https://www.instagram.com/dtipodcast1/    

Don't Take It Personal
Episode 84 Ft. Benny The Butcher: Homecoming

Don't Take It Personal

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2019 169:06


On episode 84 of "Don't Take It Personal" Jay Wil & Hollywood Kas interview Griselda/Roc Nation MC Benny The Butcher, but before then Jay Will details his 10 year reunion. They then talk about the impact Drake will leave behind, Da Baby's new album, and Malik Yoba. The discussion then touches on the division between black men/women, Errol Spence, Amber Guyger, Tekashi 6ix9ine, and much more. Follow us on all social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) - @dtipodcast1 & subscribe to us on iTunes. Be sure to leave a comment/review Jay Wil - @jaywiletc Hollywood Kas - @smashinginabunkbed (Instagram)/@hollywoodkas (Twitter)

Don't Take It Personal
Episode 84 Ft. Benny The Butcher: Homecoming

Don't Take It Personal

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2019 169:06


On episode 84 of "Don't Take It Personal" Jay Wil & Hollywood Kas interview Griselda/Roc Nation MC Benny The Butcher, but before then Jay Will details his 10 year reunion. They then talk about the impact Drake will leave behind, Da Baby's new album, and Malik Yoba. The discussion then touches on the division between black men/women, Errol Spence, Amber Guyger, Tekashi 6ix9ine, and much more. Follow us on all social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) - @dtipodcast1 & subscribe to us on iTunes. Be sure to leave a comment/review Jay Wil - @jaywiletc Hollywood Kas - @smashinginabunkbed (Instagram)/@hollywoodkas (Twitter)

Down With The King Podcast
Episode 32: Welcome Back!

Down With The King Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2019 115:09


In Episode 32. Will K is back from a month-plus long hiatus, as he’s joined by his lil bro JayWill. Together, they share their thoughts on the entire NFL x Jay-Z controversy, along with a short discussion or Nicki Minaj’s “retirement.” They also have an in-depth discussion on some of their favorite musical releases this year, and touch on the idea of people attempting to influence how fast you move along in your relationship. It’s good to be back and it’s going to be a great show!! Social Media: Instagram: ThaRealWillK Instagram: Goldhooligansrevenge Instagram: Downwiththekingpodcast Twitter: ThaRealWillK Twitter: dwtkpod www.facebook.com/downwiththekingpodcast www.soundcloud.com/downwiththekingpodcast Email: downwiththekingpodcast@gmail.com

Don't Take It Personal
Episode 77 Ft. The Wilsons: Family Matters

Don't Take It Personal

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2019 86:30


On episode 77 of "Don't Take It Personal" Jay Wil & Hollywood Kas are joined by Jay Wil's siblings. They discuss their family dynamic, how they all get along, and growing up as preachers kids. They then tell us their most embarrassing Jay Will stories, and much more. Follow us on all social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) - @dtipodcast1 & subscribe to us on iTunes. Be sure to leave a comment/review Jay Wil - @jaywiletc Hollywood Kas - @smashinginabunkbed (Instagram)/@hollywoodkas (Twitter)

Don't Take It Personal
Episode 77 Ft. The Wilsons: Family Matters

Don't Take It Personal

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2019 86:30


On episode 77 of "Don't Take It Personal" Jay Wil & Hollywood Kas are joined by Jay Wil's siblings. They discuss their family dynamic, how they all get along, and growing up as preachers kids. They then tell us their most embarrassing Jay Will stories, and much more. Follow us on all social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) - @dtipodcast1 & subscribe to us on iTunes. Be sure to leave a comment/review Jay Wil - @jaywiletc Hollywood Kas - @smashinginabunkbed (Instagram)/@hollywoodkas (Twitter)

Reconcile Community Church
Into the Dark

Reconcile Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2019 30:34


Jaywill preaches from Matthew 16:13-20 encouraging Christians to be a light in the dark.

ThinkTech Hawaii
What’s new at the PUC with Dr. G? (Energy 808: The Cutting Edge)

ThinkTech Hawaii

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2019 32:47


Like what you see? Please give generously. http://www.thinktechhawaii.com Energy 808. Jay Will help us understand the relevance and importance of the Supreme Court's decision in Honu Hokua, the status of Geothermal, and the London Economics Report on utility models The host for this episode is Jay Fidell. The guest for this episode is Jay Griffin. The host for this episode is Jay Fidell. The guests for this episode are Jay Griffin and Marco Mangelsdorf.

Marriage at Golgotha
Ep 21- “Feelin’ So Insecure” (with guests Krystal and JayWill)

Marriage at Golgotha

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2019


Insecurities. We all have them. But how do we deal with them?

Artist On The Bubble
AOTB Live Week #50

Artist On The Bubble

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2018 118:39


JayWill ft D’Anna Stewart – Trip Remix Single: Lil Bit – From Time Single: Gattas – Full Clip Freestyle Single: NaeNae Da QuietStrom – Influence Single: Foreign Skrilla – Patience Single: Genuwine Beauty – Jungle Bell Rock Single: Tay Rico – Stay Down To You Come Up Single PineappleCiti – I Need A Coup Single: […]

Love & Hip Hop Hollywood After Show - AfterBuzz TV
Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood S:5 | True Hollywood Story E:9 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

Love & Hip Hop Hollywood After Show - AfterBuzz TV

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2018 41:37


True Hollywood Story! Teairra holds a press conference, Jaywill fights with La’Britney, and Applewats strikes a new deal Sun Love! Hosts Conversation Piece, Kayla Renee, and DJ dish on all the messy drama on Love and Hip Hop: Hollywood Season 5 episode 9. RSS Feed: http://afterbuzztv.com/aftershows/love-and-hip-hop-afterbuzz-tv-aftershow/feed/ ABOUT LOVE & HIP HOP: The second installment in VH1's "Love & Hip Hop" docu-soap franchise takes to Atlanta the tale of striving for stardom in the rap game while trying to survive relationship and family struggles. The cast includes Mimi Faust, the longtime girlfriend of Grammy-winning producer Stevie J; up-and-coming Latina rapper Joseline; Trinidadian R&B singer Karlie Redd; singer-songwriter K. Michelle; and Atlanta rapper Rasheeda. The competition to take the next step in the careers of these fiery women is fierce, and they're not about to let any obstacle -- be it personal or professional -- stan --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

1Hunnid Podcast
15) Detroit special! Feat. @Comicjwill and A&E's Dion Shepherd from 60 Days In!

1Hunnid Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2018 46:11


This show is an instant classic! Yo is Detroit in the building?! Join us as we keep it 100 with Jay Will, the hottest comedian out of Detroit along with A&E's Dion Shepherd from 60 days in!

Columbia Metro Connection
Seeing in the Dark – Columbia Metro Connection Episode #007

Columbia Metro Connection

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2018 24:10


 Welcome to the Columbia Metro Connection, a podcast where you can go to get valuable, relevant, and quality resources for you and your congregation.   SUBSCRIBE:  iTunes| RSS | Stitcher | TuneIn Radio | Google Play        The Columbia Metro Connection is sponsored and supported by the Columbia Metro Baptist Association and the almost 100 partner churches that support the ministry of the CMBA.       This week’s episode features Pastor Dee Vaughan, author of Seeing in the Dark (Amazon), and Senior Pastor at St. Andrews Baptist Church in Columbia, SC.  Dee’s book, Seeing in the Dark, was birthed out of his own personal time of depression and a desire to share with others that the Bible does, in fact, speak to those who are experiencing similar times of darkness. Hosts for this week's Podcast: Chris Reinolds of Killian Baptist Church (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram) JayWill Wilson of Generation Church (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram) George Bullard the CMBA Director (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram) Highlights: The key to recognizing something has changed in you, is to listen to those who are close to you.     My process of healing began with me admitting, "I’m just not doing well.”     I grew up in a culture where there were two categories of mental health:  You’re ok, and You’re crazy.     I think we’ve made God way too small in the healing process when we say there is only one way to heal depression.     The best way to eliminate stigmas about depression in the church is for pastors to lead the way.     We can’t repair this road while the traffic continues to flow on it.  Sometimes you need to take a break.     Jesus named demons before he threw them out, and I think we need to name the issues before we can adequately deal with them.     Close to forty percent of people are dealing with the issue of depression.     As pastors, we have to address the issues that are affecting our people.     This is a paperback book, not a silver bullet to cure depression.  This book is a source of help meant to flow into a larger river of help.     The worst enemy of emotional health is isolation and withdrawal.  The best thing you can do is talk with someone about it.     If someone you love is dealing with depression, the most important thing you can do is reassure that individual that your love for them hasn’t changed.   Contact: St. Andrews Baptist Church deevaughan@standrewsbaptist.org

Columbia Metro Connection
A Small Church with a Big Vision - Columbia Metro Connection #003

Columbia Metro Connection

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2018 21:45


    Welcome to the Columbia Metro Connection, a podcast where you can go to get valuable, relevant, and quality resources for you and your congregation.   SUBSCRIBE:  iTunes| RSS | Stitcher | TuneIn Radio | Google Play        The Columbia Metro Connection is sponsored and supported by the Columbia Metro Baptist Association and the almost 100 partner churches that support the ministry of the CMBA.        This podcast features Crooked Run Baptist Church's Pastor, Tommy Hutto (803.635.2022).  Crooked Run Baptist Church is a smaller membership church that is doing big things for the Kingdom.  During this podcast, Pastor Tommy shares the ins and outs of how God is using their church in significant ways. Hosts for this week's Podcast: Chris Reinolds of Killian Baptist Church (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram) JayWill Wilson of Generation Church (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram) George Bullard the CMBA Director (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram) Highlights: When we saw that knocking on doors wasn’t as effective, we asked God, “What do you want us to do next?” It’s not about them coming to our church; it’s about getting them into a church. We’re partnering with other churches to reach our community. We want to connect people with churches based on relationships because relationships with other people keep them coming back to the church. We have another culture that exists in our own context. Why wouldn’t we want to reach the culture in our backyard? Ministry is not a one size fits all. We need to determine where this church is culturally and spiritually before we launch into what we think is best. When you go on a mission trip, it will open your eyes to the needs in your current context.   Tentative Future Podcasts: February 27th: Greg Atkinson of Worship Impressions on the Secrets of a Secret Shopper.  

Columbia Metro Connection
Starting and Strengthening Congregations - Columbia Metro Connection #001

Columbia Metro Connection

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2018 18:34


       Welcome to the Columbia Metro Connection, a podcast where you can go to get valuable, relevant, and quality resources for you and your congregation.        The Columbia Metro Connection is sponsored and supported by the Columbia Metro Baptist Association and the almost 100 partner churches that support the ministry of the CMBA.        This first podcast features George Bullard providing an initial overview of Starting and Strengthening Congregations priority of the CMBA.        To receive an e-mail notification with a link to each podcast when posted, complete this concise form: https://goo.gl/forms/saBhAh8Q379XcdPU2 or Subscribe on your favorite podcasting app (iTunes, Stitcher, SoundCloud, or TuneIn).   Co-hosts for Podcasts: JayWill Wilson of Generation Church(Twitter, Facebook, Instagram) Chris Reinolds of Killian Baptist Church(Twitter, Facebook, Instagram) George Bullard the CMBA Director (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram)   Tentative Future Podcasts: January 23rd: John Daugherty of OperationInasmuch.org on a compassion revolution. February 13th: Tommy Hutto of Crooked Run Baptist Church sharing Our Family Stories on a smaller membership church and missional engagement. February 27th: Greg Atkinson of Worship Impressions on the Secrets of a Secret Shopper. Highlights: My strong desire is that all congregations will be captured by God’s empowering vision for them and continually journey towards their full Kingdom potential. - George Bullard   At the end of the day, we are just sick people who need the same medicine that we are passing out. - JayWill Wilson   A congregation is a spiritual organism. It is a living, breathing, moving, dynamic, ever-changing organism. And, an association is also a spiritual organism and closest in character and nature to that of congregations. - George Bullard   The synergy of [our association to church relationship] allows for greater Kingdom progress among the fellowship area of the association and throughout our nation and the world. - George Bullard   Too often even associations, like churches, simply try to keep busy doing many good things. But I believe the urgency of the good news of Jesus Christ would have us focus on Gospel essentials. - George Bullard Empowering congregations to be more vital and vibrant missional communities is what we want to seek to accentuate. - George Bullard Columbia Metro Baptist Association Focus: Empowering Congregations - Focus on the vitality and vibrancy of congregations Multiplying Congregations - Planting new congregations strategically situated for the lost, the unchurched, the de-churched, and the underchurched. Transforming Congregations - Helping existing congregations soar to new heights. Developing Leadership - Developing leaders in the Richland County area. Impacting Communities - Helping more congregations to more often get outside their church buildings and engage in a Compassion Revolution that offers the opportunity to engage in good works in ways that the Good News can be authentically shared. Collegiate Ministry - Connecting churches with those students of higher education. Missional Partnership - Resourcing congregations to do ministry beyond the fellowship area of our association. Vision Tuesdays Beginning in January - January 16th, 2018 Guest Speaker: John Daugherty, executive director, Operation Inasmuch at www.operationinasmuch.org February 20th, 2018 Guest Speaker: Greg Atkinson of Worship Impressions at www.worshipimpressions.com. Show Transcript: Topic: Starting and Strengthening Congregations Welcome to the Columbia Metro Connection. A podcast where you can go to get valuable, relevant, and quality resources for you and your congregation. The Columbia Metro Connection is sponsored and supported by the Columbia Metro Baptist Association and the almost 100 partner churches that support the ministry of the CMBA. Hosts for this week’s episode are: George Bullard, the Director of Missions for the Columbia Metro Baptist Association, strategic leadership coach, lead missiologist, and virtuoso of all things church-related. Jay Will Wilson, teaching pastor at Generation Church, urban missionary, and radio host at Urban City Radio. And I’m Chris Reinolds, lead pastor at Killian Baptist Church and founder of StrategicSherpherding.com. We want to welcome you to the flagship episode of the Columbia Metro Connection: the place to go to get Kingdom resources for you and your congregation. (Laughter) CR: Well, personally, I cannot express how excited I am to be able to sit down with you guys and do this show. I know that’s something we’ve been talking about since somewhere in October. And, George, I can’t thank you enough for inviting me to be a part of it. GB: Glad to do so. JW: Yeah, I think this is a great opportunity for not just for us to get together and fellowship but for our fellowships to get together and get to know each other and just talk about different ministries. CR: Absolutely JW: So, I think this is a great opportunity. GB: Well, I think it is too. Of all the people I could’ve gotten together with, you know, you two are one of them. (Laughter) CR: Oh, good, thanks. JW: I don’t know if that’s a compliment or… GB: Well, I do want to tell you though. My vision for this podcast is that we could provide timely, helpful information for pastors, staff persons and lay leaders in our congregations. My strong desire is that all congregations will be captured by God’s empowering vision for them and continually journey towards their full Kingdom potential. CR: Mmhmm GB: You know, time is the most precious commodity of the 21st century. All of us would like to have more money. But, the reality is that time is more precious than money. So, these approximately 20 - 22-minute podcasts are intended to help leaders learn something positive that will enhance their ministry by investing just a few minutes. The medium of podcasts means that they can learn wherever they are if their schedule doesn’t allow them time with others in a face to face setting. CR: I agree wholeheartedly. One of the.. one of the most discouraging realities that I think that pastors face is the isolation that comes whenever you’re sitting in the Senior chair and, so, having some kind of resource, um, that speaks directly to pastors and be able to help them, um, as they are seeking to do ministry out in the field. Um, I think, I think it is incredibly beneficial. JW: Yeah, and it will give us a chance to reveal the fact that we aren’t perfect. Sometimes we are looked at as the people to give all of the answers. CR: Right JW: All the solutions. And at the end of the day, we are just sick people who need the same medicine that we are passing out. CR: Absolutely. That is exactly the case. Which is why I’m excited and thrilled to be partnered up with what you’re doing George within the Columbia Metro area. Now, for our listeners who may be new to the Columbia Metro area, George is our newly elected… now, I’m gonna make sure I get this right because it is a long one… Associational Director of Missions for the Columbia Metro Baptist Association. JW: Now, I bet you can’t say that five times fast. CR: Yeah, I don’t think I can say that. JW: So, George, when did you come on? GB: Well, you know, guys, time flies when you’re having fun or when you’re in the center of God’s will for your life and you generally love what you do. I actually started way back on July the 1st of last year. So, I’ve been in this role for more than six months as we are sitting now together taping this podcast. CR: Now, your role as far as your perception of the role of Director of Missions is a little bit of a different take. And, when you were elected, one of the things you did was you delivered a speech that really highlighted each one of those differences. So, for this first episode, we’d like to take some time to interview you so that people can hear the different approach to your methodology. GB: I must admit, guys, that I think I do have a different perspective on the role of the Baptist association. For one thing, I grew up in the home of an Associational Director of Missions. My father, three times in his life, served as an Associational Director of Missions. But, along the way, one of my mentors was a really funny guy named Russell Bennett who was also a person who understood deeply associationalism and would carry the title of Missiologist. Someone who knows about missions and the kind of things we need to be doing. He had a statement that went something like this: You know, there are churches and there are associations. Then, the ungodly are not so and those are our state conventions and Southern Baptist national agencies. But, here’s what he meant: A congregation is a spiritual organism. It is a living, breathing, moving, dynamic, ever-changing organism. And, an association is also a spiritual organism and closest in character and nature to that of congregations. But, a state convention and national agencies are organizations. Their role is an important one of programs, projects, and events but they do not have a primary family or solution or wisdom relationship with congregations. Their relationship is more of “acquaintance.” I know a few churches are friends. I have a few churches I know pretty well and they’re more into the broad scale, deep scope and they are more about providing information and knowledge and not really getting to the point of full wisdom that you get when you sense, you know, smell, taste or hear congregations. JW: So, now, George, some people may interpret that in a way that you’re not meaning. Uh, you’re not saying that there’s something wrong with the state and national convention, right? GB: Well, not in theory. Now, I know some state conventions and national agencies that are a little weird from time to time.. (Laughter) GB: But, no, state conventions and national agencies are very important as a part of an integrated strategy to fulfill The Great Commission and the spirit of The Great Commandment. No part of our three-dimensional denominational structure is better than the other. Each, at their best, and that’s a very important phrase, at their best, has a unique and distinct role that contributes to the work of God’s Kingdom. CR: Yeah, I think that that’s an accurate assessment and one of the things that you mentioned, in your speech that you gave, is that associations are really the foundation for the primary missional and fellowship relationship of churches with one another in the fulfillment of The Great Commission and the spirit of The Great Commandment. Now, if you could explain a little bit about what that means whenever you talk about that associations are the foundation for primary missional and fellowship relationships of churches in their desire to be obedient to Jesus’s command. GB: Alright, using that phrase I introduced just a minute ago because associations are at their best closest in character and nature to congregations and closest geographically, they have a 24/7, 365, that means every day of the week, every week of the year, they have a close relationship with congregations. They can experience a full and deep relationship. Did you know that churches actually join and are members of a local Baptist association but churches only affiliate with their state convention and the Southern Baptist Convention. The relationship is totally different. That is why we call associations a family, solutions, and wisdom relationship. CR: Now, if I could, I have a little bit of a follow up from what you just said there. A couple months ago, I was able to attend a conference you’ve been doing for, I guess, several years now. It’s called the Congregational Champions Retreat and, in that retreat, you talk about some of these things. And, specifically, you mention the importance of building a familial style or atmosphere among the churches where we begin to rely on one another for strength and encouragement, support and even some ideas. Now, this is really counterintuitive from my experiences in associations. Is this sort of the direction that you desire to see our local association to go towards? GB: It certainly is, Chris. Churches and associations, again, I may be overusing this phrase but I think it is important to say--at their best and we are striving to be at our best in the Columbia Metro Baptist Association, have an interdependent relationship with one another. The synergy of such a relationship allows for greater Kingdom progress among the fellowship area of the association and throughout our nation and the world. JW: Now, in your speech when you were elected last summer, one of the last statements you made was “We can stay busy or we can stay focused on Gospel essentials.” Can you please explain that statement? GB: Sure. Yeah, you know it is very easy for us, as Baptists, to stay busy. In fact, the humorist Will Rogers used to say that he was tired of his taxes paying for roads to be built for Baptists to tear down going to meetings. (Laughter) GB: So, ugh, too often even associations, like churches, simply try to keep busy doing many good things. But I believe the urgency of the good news of Jesus Christ would have us focus on Gospel essentials. You know, what’s the main thing and keeping the main thing the main thing. Additionally, from a human and business perspective, did you know that, over the years, the North American society has taken a word that, for 300 or 400 years, was a singular word, the word “priority,” and turned it into a plural word, priorities. When they made it a plural word, that diluted our focus. CR: Absolutely. GB: And, I’m trying to lead our association to have what I call “Our One Priority.” The way I start it is “Starting and strengthening congregations to serve as vital and vibrant missional communities.” Things that we’ve been doing that do not fit that priority we’re, quite frankly, going to try to eliminate unless there’s some key reason to keep doing them. Empowering congregations to be more vital and vibrant missional communities is what we want to seek to accentuate. JW: Now, that sounds like a great idea. What are our strategies to fill our one priority? GB: We're trying to play out and roll out some strategies. And, right now, we are saying that there are seven that we are going to focus on. Um, so, it is a little bit of a long list but let me start moving into to it here. First is what we call “Empowering Congregations.” This is sort of foundational for us where we are focusing on the vitality and vibrancy of our congregations. We consider this our key, beginning strategy. Second, is Multiplying Congregations. Again, my family was involved a lot in planting new congregations and new congregations strategically situated for the lost, the unchurched, the de-churched, and the under-churched are one of the best methods of evangelism and new member recruitment. So, our associational fellowship area is expected to increase in population by 200,000 people in less than 25 years. Many new congregational expressions and evangelism efforts are gonna be needed in our context. A third one, we call “Transforming Congregations.” It’s a what I’ve spent most of my last 40 years devoting myself to under a rubric I call “Faith Soaring Congregations.” So, many of our congregations in our association need from just staying busy to where they are soaring with faith. Fourth is “Developing Leadership.” We have a particularly unique situation in the Columbia Metro Baptist Association in that, when you consider the population in our primary core county, Richland County, we are a majority minority demographically. JW: Yes. GB: So, we need mature, motivated, and insightful leadership that is multicultural and helps create an intercultural leadership base for our diverse setting. CR: Now, all of this information is a lot to chew on. Especially for our listeners who are just hearing this information for the first time. Um, and, I know you’ve given many talks and had many conversations so we want to make sure that they know that, um, all of this information will be available in the show notes also with links so they can check out that information as well. But, those are just four of them, I think you said, seven of the strategies— GB: I did. CR: Now, that’s more than what most associations are doing— JW: Yes. CR: or will do in probably their lifetime. How can we accomplish that and how can there still be more things? GB: The good news about that, and maybe the unfortunate news about that is that our association is a five talent association. God has given us a lot of resources and abilities and availability so to do any less than three more beyond the first four, uh, it is kind of like turning our back on God. And, we can’t do that. So, I really do need to add three of what I call “Supporting Strategies.” And, so, if I could, the fifth one is what I call “Impacting Communities.” We must help more congregations to more often get outside their church buildings and engage in a Compassion Revolution that offers the opportunity to engage in good works in ways that the Good News can be authentically shared. CR: I like that Compassion Revolution. That’s good. JW: Yeah, I like that. GB: Well, we have a guy coming in January, that we will talk about in a minute, that will talk about the Compassion Revolution. CR: Oh, okay. GB: Ah, sixth, is “Collegiate Ministry.” If you think about it, including the residential and commuter students, our associational area has close to 50,000 people enrolled in higher education. That’s actually an increase from around 35,000 people just about 15 years ago. Already one-fourth of our congregations are involved with these students and their campuses. We must continue to focus on this strategy. So, there is a final one and that’s the seventh and we call it “Missional Partnerships.” This involves what our congregations do beyond the fellowship area of our association. We are a resourcing association. We need to do our part to impact the nation and our world with the unconditional love of God through Jesus Christ. JW: That’s awesome. When do we get started with this? I mean, I want my congregation to be part of this. How can we get plugged into it? CR: Well, I have to say, Jay Will, our congregation here at Killian, we’ve already begun benefitting from this transforming congregations strategy because we are doing a church revitalization here so I suspect that I’m probably not the only one already started benefitting from it and I’m sure there are others as well. GB: Right you are, Chris. You know, you already are benefitting and we’ve had some time to be together at conferences and individually to help you move forward at Killian and you’re doing a great job. We appreciate it. CR: Thank you. GB: And it honors our Lord. But, what you’ve experienced this far, I hope, is only the beginning. The best really is yet to come. We’ll be introducing new parts of these seven strategies every month during 2018. One avenue to do this is what we’re going to be calling “Vision Tuesdays.” These will take place eight times per year, generally on the third Tuesday of the month. And, if you want more information about it, I urge people to already go to our website at ColumbiaMetro.org to see about these Vision Tuesdays and what we will be offering. JW: This is a lot of information and my head is kind of spinning by now. I really hope that more churches get involved. That my church will get involved. I hope God will really use this for such a big challenge, um, it’s going to be great! GB: Jay Will and Chris, it is certainly my hope that we will follow God’s lead into the mission field all around us. CR: I hope to curb you guys’ enthusiasm as we seek to progress forward and discuss all those various ways in which we can engage the mission field that is around us but, at this point, we’ve run out of time for this initial episode of our podcast. JW: Now, one last thing. George, do you have anything—Do you know anything about our future podcasts? GB: Well, I kind of alluded to it a little while ago. When we have our first Vision Tuesday, on January the 16th, our guest speaker will be John Daugherty of Operation In As Much that can be found online at OperationInAsMuch.org. He’ll be speaking about how we go about creating a Compassion Revolution through ministry engagements in our diverse communities and neighborhoods throughout our association. And, we will be piloting some of the things he’ll be suggesting to us in the Fall of 2018 and hopefully having a full-blown Compassion Revolution experience in the Spring of 2019.  By the way, a little trivia here, reservations are going to be required for that Vision Tuesday because we are going to be having a free lunch provided by the Southern Mutual Church Insurance Company. JW: So, don’t show up if you haven’t reserved… (laughter) GB: That’s right. But, see our website for more information or connect with our Facebook page would be the thing to do. CR: Alright, well, our time really is up but if you’re interested in connecting with any of us through Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, be sure to check out the show notes from today’s episode and all the applicable links will be there. Also, if you’ve found this podcast helpful to you or your ministry, could you please go over to iTunes and leave a review and a rating so that we can get the word out about what God is doing in the Columbia Metro area. Until next time, from all of us at the Columbia Metro Connection, we thank you for listening and urge you to share this podcast with everyone you know. It’s the good news about the Good News in the Columbia Metro Baptist Association. Music: www.bensound.com  

Urban City Radio
Show 59 - Urban City Mixtape August 2017

Urban City Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2017 60:02


The Sound of Boots on the Ground! Every Month, we will drop a new mixtape with all the newest CHH bangers! Join I.I.C.E., Jaywill, Cierra BlessedInDaHouse and Special Guest Rapper Chayil Eden as they discuss Shai-Linne vs. Ruslan and the Featured Song "Pipe Dreams" by Corey PaulPlaylist:Intro)All of Me - AC The Future ft JayWill2)On Assignment - ThinKing3)Who He Is - Cierra Blessednda House4)Astronaut - Derek Minor ft Deraj & Byron Juane5)For Good - Chayil Eden6)HammerTime - Lecrea ft 1K Phew7)HammerTime Freestyle - Datin ft Jered Sanders & Raging Moses8)On The Low - Sam Goody9)Random Thoughts 3 - Shai Linne10)Random Thoughts 4 - Ruslan11)Woke - Reconcile ft Lecrea12)Pipe Dreams - Corey Paul13)We Been Here - Canon ft Aaron Cole14)Jesus Muzik - Lecrea ft Trip Lee15)Anything - TeamJesus

Catch The Tea Podcast
Eff It Mask Off

Catch The Tea Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2017 92:44


I'm joined by Kara, Jay Will, and Speedy T makes a return this week, We talk about Pettyandria, Mystikal, and those Ask A Lady Questions "Get Tricky" take a listen

Excuse My Adlib
Jay-Z Shouts the Whole Rap Game: EMA 132

Excuse My Adlib

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2017 61:23


This week on the show we speak about Jay-Z's shoutout to the whole rap game, DMC's love for Chance and XXL's Freshman cover. The three questions we asked:-Should a rapper feel snubbed if they weren't mentioned by Jay?-Will rap return to the state that DMC described?-Should XXL hang up the freshman cover? Of course #GAF (Give A F*ck) and #YOTW (Yams of the Week) are back.Tune in and thanks for listening! Use #emaradio to keep the conversation going!Excuse My Adlib - @emaradio1 Big Therm - @ematherm J-Boss - @jboss3886 Rozay - no socials

Completely Conspicuous
Completely Conspicuous 467: Dig for Fire (Ween vs. Sloan, part 2)

Completely Conspicuous

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2017 44:41


Part 2 of my conversation with Brian Salvatore about musical blindspots. Brian listens to another Sloan album while I check out a second record from Ween. Show notes: - Brian: Impressed with the progression of Sloan's sound - Jay: Hadn't heard anything from The Mollusk previously - Plenty of genre jumping - Nautical theme - Elements of prog, psych - Brian: My favorite Ween record - Ween varies playlists from show to show - Brian: Between the Bridges is steeped in the '70s: Big Star, Sweet, T. Rex, Fleetwood Mac - Interesting sequencing and flow - Confusing the title with Between the Buttons - Last Sloan album gave each band member a side's worth of songs - Brian: Almost exclusively listen to albums in full - Jay: Will listen to albums, but also use shuffle mode on iPod - Brian: Also listen to a lot of music on Spotify - Next up: Quebec for Jay, The Double Cross for Brian Completely Conspicuous is available through the iTunes podcast directory. Subscribe and write a review! The opening and closing theme of Completely Conspicuous is "Theme to Big F'in Pants" by Jay Breitling. Voiceover work is courtesy of James Gralian.