American singer, rapper, songwriter, record producer, actress
Jeremiah Chiu is Los Angeles-based artist, musician, educator, and community organizer. Chiu's hybrid practice often operates under his studio moniker, Some All None, where projects lie at the intersection of art, music, technology, and publishing. Chiu is Full-Time Faculty in the Graphic Design Department at Otis College of Art & Design, a recording artist on International Anthem, and a resident DJ at dublab. Marta Sofia Honer is a viola and violin performer, session player, and educator in Los Angeles. Working in both classical and contemporary fields, Honer's versatility in different musical settings has garnered her credits alongside Beyoncé, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Chloe x Halle, Angel Olsen, Fleet Foxes, including four Grammy nominations. She regularly records for film and television and is a recording artist on International Anthem. This live performance by Jeremiah Chiu and Marta Sofia Honer took place at the dublab studios featuring some of the music they composed together as part of their recent album, Recordings from the Åland Islands, out now on International Anthem. This program is part of New Music USA's web magazine NewMusicBox “Guest Editor series”, which aims to celebrate a plurality of voices from across the nation and will feature exclusive content written, produced, or commissioned by a rotating artist or organization. The series kicks off with dublab. NewMusicBox, edited by Frank J. Oteri, amplifies creators and organizations who are building a vibrant future for new music in all its forms, and has provided a vital platform for creators to speak about issues relevant to them in their own words since 1999. The dublab partnership will feature new weekly content from at least 15 different voices through January 2023, presented in conversations, DJ mixes, articles, and live performances all exploring the current landscape of music composition. The Guest Editor is the first such series in the magazine's 23-year history and reflects New Music USA's aim to deepen its impact across the many diverse music communities across the United States. This aim is also demonstrated by NewMusicBox's ongoing “Different Cities, Different Voices” feature that spotlights music creation hubs across the nation. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7JRF9hVnYYQ dublab is a listener supported radio station. Become a Sustaining Member today https://www.dublab.com/support/memberships
Get used to it because breaking down my favorite rappers' lyrics is most definitely a thing over at The Vibe Podcast! Enjoy my take on one of the greatest rappers of all times Nas. I broke down two of his songs; I can and If I ruled the world ft. Lauryn Hill. Their lyrics not only inspired me but moved me during my darkest times, I cannot wait to help others. Season two is almost done :) Thank you for joining me on this journey of healing naturally. Music, Movies and Spirituality saved my life, peace and enjoy the vibe. https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/how-spirituality-saved-my-life-diana-costas/1141244603https://wisdom.app/dianacostashttps://www.indiegogo.com/individuals/4815104https://open.spotify.com/show/2UYoouusuvgb9CuGL5s7YO?si=8VuELrEjRAau8I5dm1fWAghttps://www.amazon.com/Green-Girl-Serum-Lindsay-Armstrong/dp/B09GCVQD31/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?crid=2CU2SHVAIQRSL&keywords=the+green+girl+and+the+serum&qid=1669506080&sprefix=the+green+girl%2Caps%2C79&sr=8-1https://open.spotify.com/playlist/37i9dQZF1E4wTUOqX7NBx7?si=t86AtnktRMyDBRPj8m4PJgSupport the show
Musician and Writer Sasha Frere-Jones joins DJ Louie to discuss the tragically short career and life of the great British soul singer, Amy Winehouse. Louie and Sasha begin by discussing how an early death, perhaps before a pop star has even reached their peak, affects their legacy before diving into Amy's story, how she grew up on the music of jazz greats like Dinah Washington and Sarah Vaughn and ‘90s American hip hop superstars like Nas and Lauryn Hill and the ways that marriage formed the aesthetic of her debut album, 2003's Frank. They then discuss how a painful breakup led Amy both down a dangerous path with drugs and alcohol but also inspired her breakthrough sophomore album, 2006's modern classic Back to Black, a meticulously constructed throwback to ‘50s and ‘60s soul and girl group aesthetics made in collaboration with producers Mark Ronson and Salaam Remi. Louie and Sasha lay out the ways in which that album juxtaposed backwards-looking production with Amy's utterly singular and thoroughly-modern perspective on love, heartbreak and substance abuse, how Black's massive and expected success only exacerbated her problems, the toxicity of celebrity press coverage in the late 2000s, and how it all ultimately helped lead to Amy's untimely passing from alcohol poisoning in 2011. Lastly, Louie and Sasha discuss the long shadow of Amy Winehouse's legacy in pop culture, before ranking her in the official Pop Pantheon. Read Sasha's piece following Amy's death in The New YorkerJoin Pop Pantheon: All Access, Our New Patreon Channel, for Exclusive Content and More!!Buy Tickets to See Louie DJ at Gorgeous Gorgeous At Resident in DTLA on Dec 3Buy Pop Pantheon's New "Niche Legend" Dad Hat!Listen to Pop Pantheon's Amy Winehouse Essentials Playlist on SpotifyFollow DJ Louie XIV on InstagramFollow DJ Louie XIV on TwitterFollow Pop Pantheon on InstagramFollow Pop Pantheon on TwitterFollow Sasha Frere-Jones on Twitter
Come to America and bring some new recipes with you – it's a brand new episode of Go Fact Yourself!Greg Wyshynski is the Senior NHL writer for ESPN. He writes about hockey after a lifetime of being a fan of the sport; as such, he's seen it change a lot over the years. While he thinks making changes for player safety should always be applauded, there's a part of him that will always miss the fights on the ice. You can find more of Greg's thoughts on hockey on the podcast “Puck Soup.”Zainab Johnson is a comedian and actor. She can be seen on the Amazon Prime show “Upload,” where her character showcases the ability to succeed at some unorthodox sports. She'll explain. Plus, she'll tell us about the finer points of why getting booked in Hollywood hardly ever comes down to talent. Our guests will compete to answer trivia questions about diverse casts in movies and diverse dishes on cooking shows.What's the Difference: Health FoodWhat's the difference between healthy and healthful?What's the difference between taste and a flavor?Areas of Expertise:Greg: The Food Network programming, Taco Bell, and the band The Smashing Pumpkins.Zainab: The movie Coming to America, Lauryn Hill's song “The Ex-Factor,” and traditional American breakfast foods.Appearing in this episode:J. Keith van StraatenHelen HongGreg WyshynskiZainab JohnsonWith guest experts:John Landis, writer, producer and director of several films including Coming to America.Alton Brown, Best-selling author and Peabody-winning host of several shows on “The Food Network”Go Fact Yourself was devised and is produced by Jim Newman and J. Keith van Straaten, in collaboration with Maximum Fun. Theme Song by Jonathan Green.Live show engineer is Dave McKeever.Maximum Fun's Senior Producer is Laura Swisher.Associate Producer and Editor is Julian Burrell.Seeing our upcoming live shows in LA by YOU!
Lu Diaz is a Miami-based multi-platinum, grammy award-winning music producer, executive producer, and mix engineer. He started his first record label at the age of eighteen. Lu and his brother Hugo Diaz better known as "The Diaz Brothers" are considered architects of the modern-day Miami music movement. Lu earned many credits for recording and mixing with the likes of The Baha-Men, P Diddy, 50 Cent, Juvenile, Beenie Man, Trick Daddy, Lil Jon, Beyoncé, Toni Braxton, Mary J Blige, Lauryn Hill, and the list goes on. As a result, Lu Diaz and his brother "The Diaz Brothers" scored remix jobs for several major artists, namely The Rolling Stones and later Wyclef Jean. In the span of five years Lu Diaz was awarded with many platinum and gold awards and was credited with two grammy awards for his work on The Bahamen's "Who Let The Dogs Out" and Beenie Man's "Art and Life" album. Lu and his brother served as Executive Producers and Music Producers for Pitbull's debut album titled M.I.A.M.I. (Money is a major issue) which was released on their Diaz Brothers Music Group label distributed by TVT Records. The M.I.A.M.I. album went on to sell more than 700,000 copies and Pitbull was awarded his first Gold Album Award. Lu and Hugo went on to serve as executive producers for the next three consecutive album. To this day Lu has continued mixing and producing. Lu is a down-to-earth great person. Check out Lu Diaz: https://www.ludiaz.net ➔Please check out our Sponsors ➔Horome levels falling? Use MSCSMEDIA to get 25% off home test: https://trylgc.com/MSCSMEDIA Ty LetsGetChecked. ➔Fiji: https://Fijiwater.com/mscs $5 off free shipping Unleash ➔Monster Energy: https://www.monsterenergy.com/us/mscs ➔Aura: See if any of your passwords have been compromised. Try 14 days for free: https://aura.com/MSCS Thank you to Aura ➔ Stay Connected With MSCS MEDIA on Spotify Exclusive: Watch all Mscs Media Video Podcasts UNCENSORED and UNCUT.: ► https://spoti.fi/3zathAe (1st time watching a video podcast on Spotify when you hit play a settings pop-up will show, tap under the settings pop-up to watch the video playing.) ► All Links to MSCS MEDIA:https://allmylinks.com/mscsmedia
Anna Gifty Opoku-Agyeman, an award winning researcher, entrepreneur and writer, is old enough to know who Lauryn Hill is but didn't grow up with her. This tells you a lot about who Anna is but our conversation uncovers so much more about the impact she is making on inequalities in our world. As a Zillennial, she seeks to reach forward and back to build connections across generations to ideas, people and resources. She wants to make information and stories more accessible vs. sitting behind hidden curriculums. I couldn't agree more and am excited for you to be inspired by her story.You will learn:importance of going into experiences and new communities with intentionality on what you will take away from them.to recognize age is only a number and it should not limit what we are capable of doing.the power of using your platform to lift others.Connect with Anna at:AnnaGifty.com / IG / Twitter / LinkedIn Sign up for her new newsletter here.
We're sensing that for many of you, the present moment is filled with overwhelm and despair. In this week's episode, we're sharing some insights for how to navigate it all. We talk about acknowledging the state we're in, determining the level of intervention we need based upon the oppression/danger scale, and engaging in the important rituals of emotional honoring and release. Tracie also shares some of her own experiences around her own conditioning and how these lessons have applied to her life.Join our mailing list at https://joyousjustice.com Check out our offerings and join one of our programs! https://joyousjustice.com/coursesFind April's TikTok videos here: https://www.tiktok.com/@aprilavivabaskin Follow us on Instagram (@joyous.justice), Twitter, (@JoyousJustice), or Facebook (www.facebook.com/joyousjustice365)Find April and Tracie's full bios and submit topic suggestions for the show at www.JewsTalkRacialJustice.comLearn more about Joyous Justice and join our mailing list: https://joyousjustice.com/Support the work our Jewish Black & Cherokee woman-led vision for collective liberation here: https://joyousjustice.com/support-our-workListen to Lauryn Hill's song “Doo Wop (That Thing)”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T6QKqFPRZSADiscussion and reflection questions:What in this episode is new for you? What have you learned and how does it land?What is resonating? What is sticking with you and why?What feels hard? What is challenging or on the edge for you?What feelings and sensations are arising and where in your body do you feel them?
Starting with a review of Marx's ideas concerning temporality in capitalism, this episode then explores how the notion of genre involves a temporal understanding--particularly the genre of 90s neo-soul, a term coined by producer Kedar Massenburg. Finally, I apply thinking about temporality to the musical and visual elements of neo-soul in songs and videos by Erykah Badu, Lauryn Hill, D'Angelo, and others.
Happy Halloween, kids! This week we're discussing our favorite pop culture spooky season moments; from movies to trivia to...Lauryn Hill soundtrack features? Ok, we got off topic with that last one but we also talk about our own personal favorite Halloween moments and costumes. Hope you all have a fun and safe Halloween!
The mission of law & disorder is to expose, agitate and build a new world where all of us can thrive. But how do we get there? How do we build a world many of us have only seen in our dreams? That's where we believe the artists come in. So, each week we feature an artist, holding down a weekly residency with us, helping us to imagine a different, more liberated world. This week's Artist Resistance in Residence is composer and pianist Kev Choice, who has toured extensively around the world with artists from Lauryn Hill to Zion I and Michael Franti & Spearhead. He also performs his own music, teaches at the Oakland School of the Arts, and has been recently memorialized on a North Oakland mural where he shares a wall with the late Michael Morgan, conductor of the Oakland symphony. Follow Kev Choice on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kevchoice/ Listen to & purchase Kev Choice's music: https://kevchoice.bandcamp.com/ —- Subscribe to this podcast: https://plinkhq.com/i/1637968343?to=page Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on socials @LawAndDis: https://twitter.com/LawAndDis; https://www.instagram.com/lawanddis/ The post Artist Resistance in Residence: Kev Choice appeared first on KPFA.
We take a deep dive into the 1998 classic album THE MISEDUCATION OF LAURYN HILL. Several listeners talk about how this album changed their lives. A lively discussion by all. FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER @ROBERTSILVA5768
Nadine performed three of her songs and spoke about her musical career.Nadine El Roubi is a Sudanese artist who grew up in Virginia, she hopes to expand the understanding of what it means, and looks like, to be Arab Muslim woman. She takes inspiration from icons like Lauryn Hill, Erykah Badu, and more. She debuted in 2018, with her first solo single “gr8ful”. She has performed in Sudan, Egypt, the UAE, Saudi Arabia, and the UK. She will be releasing her debut EP “Triplicity” in October 2022.Created & Hosted by Mikey Muhanna, afikra Edited by: Ramzi RammanTheme music by: Tarek Yamani https://www.instagram.com/tarek_yamani/About Quartertones:QuarterTones is a music show. It is an opportunity to listen to music, across genres, from musicians of and from the Arab world. This series is similar to NPR's All Songs Considered that is focused on the Arab world. afikra will be inviting musicians of all genres, as well as music historians, to help better understand the music that they perform or study. In this series, the guests will be invited to talk about their work and play their music, whether live or recorded, in three segments. The series will host current musicians who play contemporary and modern, including alternative scene or hip-hop, electronic, classical music, among other genres. The musicians will also be from different geographies.Join the live audience: https://www.afikra.com/rsvp FollowYoutube - Instagram (@afikra_) - Facebook - Twitter Support www.afikra.com/supportAbout afikra:afikra is a movement to convert passive interest in the Arab world to active intellectual curiosity. We aim to collectively reframe the dominant narrative of the region by exploring the histories and cultures of the region- past, present, and future - through conversations driven by curiosity. Read more about us on afikra.com
In this episode, we talk about Candace consistently defending Kanye, Beyonce checking Right Said Fred, how drugs are glamorized in the media, and more. Chapters 00:00:00 Intro 00:02:11 McDonald's workers are over Adult Happy Meal 00:05:37 An Interesting Way to Clean Toilet Seat 00:06:13 Accept the Lost 00:09:37 French Dentist Stealing Teeth 00:11:42 Somebody will... 00:14:33 Cardi B's Latest Surgery 00:17:18 Ronald Isley Dropping Bars 00:20:21 Beyonce Sets the Record Straight 00:24:53 Lauryn Hill's Zion all Grown Up 00:28:55 Selah Marley Claps Back 00:32:19 Candace Owens Defends Ye Jewish Tweet 00:37:35 Candace Owens "Exposes" Kim K 00:42:20 President Biden Pardons Marijuana 00:46:25 The Glamour of Drugs in the Media 01:10:41 Outro Go to https://betterhelp.com/byok for 10% off your first month of therapy with BetterHelp and get matched with a therapist who will listen and help #sponsored Check us out at www.beyourownkind.com Be Our Guest: https://form.typeform.com/to/fDQsNEd3 Tip a Matcha Latte: www.ko-fi.com/beyourownkind24 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/beyourownkind/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beyourownkind/support
This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with Emmy winning actor Jon Hamm, who is currently starring in the mystery comedy “Confess, Fletch.” Next, director Brett Morgen discusses his latest documentary “Moonage Daydream” about the late David Bowie. And on The Treat, “The Woman King” director Gina Prince-Bythewood reveals the Lauryn Hill song that's on repeat when she's working.
In this episode, Clint brings on comedian Pretty Ricki and they're discussing artist who are multi talented and we want to know what are they better at.Follow Pretty Ricki@msprettyrickiWristbands OnlyEvery Wednesdayhttps://linktr.ee/mitll
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This week on the podcast, Jackie, Jonny, and Ty are joined by the man behind The MOTN, Austin Jamieson. Austin runs one of Vancouver's most beloved independent art spaces, which tragically and unexpectedly burnt down this summer in East Van. Austin brought on Lauryn Hill's MTV Unplugged album, but we did not talk about it at all. Seriously not even a little bit. We didn't even mention the title. Instead, we were captivated by Austin's story about the recent car accident he was in this past summer in the Yukon and the subsequent events that took place in the small Northern town of Dawson City. It's a great story and we only make a few jokes in poor taste. We're making big strides. This is a music podcast, sorta. THE MOTN INSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/______motn CROSS-BONES COMEDY AT ADMIRAL PUB ON MONDAYS: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/cross-bones-comedy-live-monday-night-stand-up-comedy-show-in-burnaby-tickets-380529402687?aff=ebdssbeac FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/showmeyourspodcast/ LIKE US ON FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/showmeyourspod FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: https://twitter.com/showmeyourspod Jackie's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jackieagnew/ Jackie's Twitter: https://twitter.com/jackdoorgirl Jonny's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jonnydivito/ Jonny's Twitter: https://twitter.com/jonnydivito Ty's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tytythecomic/ Comedy Ring Upcoming Shows: https://comedyring.carrd.co/ Comedy Ring Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vancouvercomedyring/ Comedy Ring Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.ca/o/the-comedy-ring-31633461969
Brother Ernie Paniccioli is a legendary hip hop & culture historian, humanitarian, and self-taught photographer who has been ‘documenting the culture since the start.' My first meeting with Brother Ernie was in Vancouver where he said the feeling of being seen—truly seen and known—was more alive because Indigenous people are "everywhere." Unlike in Brooklyn where he grew up eight blocks away from Biggie Smalls. In this conversation, we track the history of hip hop as a global voice—a global power—and how it can teach us to inhabit a consciousness that promotes our collective wellbeing over a collective violence that he says, knowingly, only leads to the perpetuation of more violence. Here's a quote to kick us off, "If you're gonna love Tupac, if you're gonna love Biggie, then you have to look at it through a different lens—and that lens is how do we not hurt each other? How do we not expand on that violence? How do we not relive it? They say, History's best qualified to teach you, whether it's Germany and the Holocaust or the American Native situation. Unless you know your history, you're condemned to repeat it. So, my thing is very simple: let Tupac and Biggie rest in peace, but more importantly, learn from that and learn that violence creates more violence. What you eat, what you see, and what you absorb is what you become," he says before leading us into a list of recommendations to enlighten the mind and lighten the heart. Also, special side note, if you're catching this at the time of air, Brother Ernie's work is currently being displayed at the GRAMMY Museum Experience, at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. The feature exhibit is called, “A Hip-Hop Life: Five Decades of Hip-Hop Music, Art and Culture" and displays early & exclusive, behind-the-scenes photos of Hip-Hop legends: Tupac, Biggie Smalls, Naughty By Nature, Lauryn Hill, the Fugees, Ice T, Chuck D, Queen Latifah, and many many more. WORKS:- Dig into the history (see Ernie's prints for sale here)- Hip Hop Hall of Fame in 2014 - Served as the chief photographer for the hip hop magazine, “Word Up!” for over 20 years- Spokesman at The United Nations for The Temple of Hip Hop during the Hip Hop Peace Conference- Published several books, including “Who Shot Ya”- Featured as the subject of the award-winning documentary, “The Other Side of Hip-Hop" TOOLS:- Stories that help guide us into a deeper knowing of ourselves- Wisdom that appeals to the importance of history, knowing it, and using it to shape the future- Spiritual truths that guide us out of violence and into regular, good fun- Legendary tales that remind us to celebrate the ones who gave us what we have today LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: BETTER is recorded on the unceded and ancestral territory of the hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh speaking peoples, the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations, and has been stewarded by them since time immemorial. BETTER with Mark Brand is produced by Pamela Rothenberg of I HEAR YOU STUDIOS and Adam Karch with Orbyt Media
Month of October and spooky season is here! Check out how this month will be treating you. As always our DMs via Instagram are always open for you all to let us know if the readings resonated with you all. Thanks for listening! We definitely have the best listeners. Make sure to subscribe to our podcast so you don't miss out on any future bonus episodes. Remember we'll be back next week with Season 2! Libra (September 23 - October 23) songs to listen to Pep talk by Bahamadia, Unpretty by TLC, Miss you by Aaliyah(1:36); Scorpio (October 24 - November 21) songs to listen to Good, Good by Saweetie, Jobs by City Girls, Super Supreme by Lady of Rage (5:44); Sagittarius (November 22 - December 21) songs to listen to Everything is Everything by Lauryn Hill, Maya by Rapsody, Bag Lady by Erykah Badu (9:15); Capricorn (December 22 - January 19) songs to listen Down Chick by Gangsta Boo, It's Giving by Latto, Us girls can boogie too clip in Beat street (14:06); Aquarius (January 20 - February 18) songs to listen to Pass that Dutch by Missy Elliot, Tread Carefully by Sza, Big Bad Mama by Foxy Brown (20:05); Pisces (February 19 - March 20) songs to listen They not Ready by Dreezy, 360 degrees of power by Sister Souljah, Soulmate by Lizzo (25:36); Aries (March 21 - April 19) Cha Cha Cha by MC Lyte, Beautiful Mistakes by Megan the Stallion, You can't play with my Yo yo by Yo-Yo (29:59); Taurus (April 20 - May 20) songs to listen Ghetto Ballin' by La Chat, No Fear by DeJ Loaf, Who's that girl by Eve (35:23); Gemini (May 21 - June 21) songs to listen to Only Child by Tierra Whack, U.N.I.T.Y. by Queen Latifah, Anaconda by Nicki Minaj (40:11); Cancer (June 22 - July 22) songs SheGod by Lady Luck, Toxic by Kehlani, Needed Me by Rihanna (45:59); Leo (July 23 - August 22) songs I like That by Janelle Monae, Bad B*tch Anthem by Trina, Never by Angie Martinez (51:01); Virgo (August 23 - September 22) songs Be Careful by Cardi B, Boss Chick by Mia X, Good morning Gorgeous by Mary J Blige (55:26) Andrea used the Spellcasting Oracle Cards by Flavia Kate Peters and Barbara Meiklejohn-Free & Witchlings Tarot deck by Paulina Cassidy for this episode. Roxy used Hip Hop Queens Oracle Deck by Kathy Iandoli. Follow the podcast on instagram @goodvibesthickthighspodcast or Twitter @GVTTPodcast Follow the mamas on Instagram Andrea @GeminiTwoEleven & Roxy @Intuitive_Rox --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/goodvibesthickthighs/support
As we revisit The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz, we are quickly looking at the third agreement: Don't Make Assumptions. This week's musical #bodyofwork is The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill Album by Lauryn Hill released in 1998. Song of the day is "Doo Wop (That Thing)" Thank you for liking, subscribing and supporting the show! a Long Sleeve Service Production --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
As we revisit The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz, we are quickly looking at the second agreement: Don't take anything personally. This week's musical #bodyofwork is The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill Album by Lauryn Hill released in 1998. Song of the day is "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" Thank you for liking, subscribing and supporting the show! a Long Sleeve Service Production --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
From studying jazz at school, to discovering hip-hop in New York, to working with some of the world's biggest musicians (Kendrick Lamar, Herbie Hancock and Lauryn Hill to name but a few), four-time Grammy winner Robert Glasper took time out to chat to FRANCE 24's Marjorie Hache about his musical career that straddles genres and has no time for boundaries.
Khari Wendell McClelland—a diversely talented musician, writer, and community facilitator—joins Am Johal to discuss music as a tool for community healing. Khari explores music as an interactive process, and sees music as an opportunity to connect with the surrounding community. As an artist, he speaks about the importance of one's presence and the ability to connect with the audience. He says his willingness to interact with the community gave birth to so many of his collaborations. Khari also discussed the importance of his Freedom Singer Project as a means of connecting with his great great grandmother who was enslaved in the mid 1800's, and he talks about his other projects like the CCB (Community Capacity Building). As a new father, he also shares how he balances his work with his parental life. This episode contains excerpts of Khari Wendell McClelland's song "Feels Real Good," courtesy of the artist. Full episode details: https://www.sfu.ca/vancity-office-community-engagement/below-the-radar-podcast/episodes/187-khari-wendell-mcclelland.html Read the transcript: https://www.sfu.ca/vancity-office-community-engagement/below-the-radar-podcast/transcripts/187-khari-wendell-mcclelland.html Resources: Moving the Centre: https://talonbooks.com/books/moving-the-centre Khari's website: http://khariwendellmcclelland.com FREEDOM SINGER: https://www.projecthumanity.ca/freedom-singer Catch the Fire, book: https://newsociety.ca/books/c/catch-the-fire?sitedomain=ca Megaphone: https://www.megaphonemagazine.com/ Khari on CBC: https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/2683535661 Bio: Khari Wendell McClelland is a diversely talented and ever-evolving artist. Originally from Detroit, Khari has become a darling on the Canadian music scene, with reviewers lauding his performances as a clever mix of soul and gospel. Khari's songwriting crosses genres and generations, joyfully invoking the spirit of his ancestors who straddled the US-Canadian border in efforts to escape slavery and discrimination. His music draws from this rich history, integrating the rhythms and folklore of early African-Americans with contemporary sounds and stories of struggle. Recently, Khari received critical acclaim for his Freedom Singer project, recreating the music fugitive slaves carried on their journey north into Canada. Khari also performs with the Roots Gospel group The Sojourners. Whether on stage or in the studio, Khari's passion for community, equality and justice is palpable, as is his belief in the redemptive power of music. Khari's recent jazz festival performances in Halifax, Winnipeg and Vancouver left audiences and reviewers wanting more. Opening for both Andra Day and Ms. Lauryn Hill, Khari is at home with Soul and R&B giants. His debut solo album "Fleeting Is The Time" is available through most online platforms. Cite this episode: Chicago Style Johal, Am. “Freedom Singer — with Khari Wendell McClelland.” Below the Radar, SFU's Vancity Office of Community Engagement. Podcast audio, September 27, 2022. https://www.sfu.ca/vancity-office-community-engagement/below-the-radar-podcast/episodes/187-khari-wendell-mcclelland.html.
As we revisit The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz, we are quickly looking at the first agreement: Be Impeccable with your Word. This week's musical #bodyofwork is The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill Album by Lauryn Hill released in 1998. Song of the day is "Zion" ft Carlos Santana. Thank you for liking, subscribing and supporting the show! a Long Sleeve Service Production --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Journalist/artist Rob Markman joins Nyla and Mouse to explore if ‘Miseducation of Lauryn Hill' is the only classic hip hop album by a female artist. Be sure to subscribe, rate, comment and share. Follow @thewhathiphoppod @nylasymoneee @mouse_jones @robmarkmanSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
"How you gon' win, when you ain't right within?”, to quote the great Lauryn Hill. On this episode, we are tapping into new rules of Money, Power and Respect with hip hop royalty and power couple Styles P and Adjua. Styles P (rapper extraordinaire, entrepreneur, one third of the multi-platinum recording group The Lox) and wife Adjua (entrepreneur, baker, author, and mom), give us gems for LIFE! This is a dynamic discussion of the mind, body, soul and business. As successful artist and business owners of “Farmacy for Life” and “Juices for Life,” they share everything from culture, music business, nutrition, what's in their medicine cabinet, marriage, loss and wins. Turn up the volume and tune into #UnitedMasters SelectConversations presented by Ally. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
"As young, upcoming artists, we aim to be the examples we saw, but as you grow in your artistry, you realize that example was only there to show you you could do it. Now it's time for you to take that example and interpret it into who you are. So, the less I tried to be like Lauryn [Hill], the more I could be Sampa. And the more I could see what I love, the stories I love to tell, the music I grew up on and love sharing, and the more I could solidify myself as an artist," says the Zambia-born Botswana-raised poet and rapper Sampa The Great, reflecting on her creative path, in episode 79 of LSQ. "And so that journey has continued and grown within the past six years, and I think it's taken a really beautiful turn in relocating back home. Because now the context isn't me trying to represent different groups of people in a country I wasn't raised in, to bring people something different than what's shown on the mainstream. You're bringing African artists to the mainstream in a country like Australia, that's huge work, and I know it was a huge weight for me, even though we broke a lot of walls. I realize it took a huge toll on me and it was a huge weight, that, when I relocated back home [to Zambia], that full-circle moment of being in a place where the dream actually started forced me to go back to the mindset of the kid who dreamt it, and how happy I was to express the music and share music, in general, without the opinions or weight of anything else, and really forced me to take a look into representing Sampa for a change, versus everybody else. I mean, everybody else didn't even ask me to represent them, if we're being honest. And just taking a chance to look at who I am outside of my music, my own happiness, and making sure that I actually love what I do. And those all are important ingredients to the world of self-discovery, and just being transparent with myself, and aiming to be my freest self are some of the thought processes that went into As Above, So Below." Sampa The Great's awesome new sophomore studio album, As Above, So Below, is out now. Tickets to her upcoming European headlining tour are available HERE.
Sheryl Lee Ralph has been a staple of Black entertainment for decades. She played Deena Jones in the original Broadway production of “Dreamgirls,” and was in “Sister Act 2” alongside Lauryn Hill and Whoopi Goldberg. She's currently starring in the new ABC sitcom “Abbott Elementary,” for which she just won her first Emmy Award. Her decades-long career gives her a unique perspective on how the industry has changed since she started—and how it hasn't. “I think that, sometimes in order for institutions like Broadway to truly make room for others, you've got to break it down,” she tells The New Yorker's Vinson Cunningham. “Because you've got to help people see things differently, outside of their own vision. And, even if it's 20/20, it's not perfect.” This segment was originally aired on February 25, 2022.
I had the pleasure to sit down and dialogue with one of today's top innovators in music, Damion Reid. In this episode we discuss his early influences on the drums, one of which was learning and being mentored by legendary Jazz drummer, Billy Higgins. Damion discusses how he developed his sense of value for the elders, and a deep respect for history and the ancestors. We talk about how he came to know Robert Glasper and was a big part of Glasper's early trios which brought him a grammy nomination for the 2015 album "Covered." We discuss his most recent project with the group Selebeyone, which includes alto saxophonists Steve Lehman and Maciek Lasserre, MC's HPrizm and Gaston Bandimic with Damion Reid on drums. Selebeyone's latest album "Xaybu" is available now on all platforms. Lastly we take a deep dive into Hip-Hop and some of his favorite MC's and producers.Damion Reid is from West Covina, California a city east of Los Angeles. He attended New England Conservatory of Music and The New School in NYC. He has toured and performed alongside Greg Osby, Terence Blanchard, Steve Coleman, Robert Hurst, Reggie Workman, Jason Moran, Ravi Coltrane, Lauryn Hill and many others.
Madame X is a singer and songwriter, from Texas. Her New style and voice will remind you of Maxwell, Lauryn Hill, Musiq Soulchild and Texas very own Erykah Badu. Her song "The sun and her Kisses" is a fan favorite. We had the opportunity to interview this young confident woman.
Jazz Anderson talks about her upbringing, following the footsteps of her dad who was never around, celebrating her mom for always being there for her, and more. ------ 00:00 Intro 0:45 Jazz is super honored to be here, she grew up in LA that's a big deal for her 2:05 Jazz says she's mostly known from Basketball Wives with her mom Tami Roman 3:22 Jazz never experienced rac*sm until she went to an HBCU college 4:50 T-Rell says he never experienced rac*sm either 6:16 Jazz' dad was NEVER in the picture, he never reached out 9:40 Jazz got injured and the team dropped her because she was recovering too slow 10:39 S/O Mom and the hard-working single moms 11:39 She was inspired by Jay Electronica, and Lauryn Hill to rap 18:13 Jazz has girls fighting over her 27:14 Rick Ross told her her image was off when she started 28:57 Jazz says she would never get work done until she did 33:15 Quick viral beef with Coi Leray, Coi Leray apologized 38:11 Being eliminated from Signed (VH1), says she needed the constructive criticism to grow 42:16 Jazz was a fan of T-Rell when he was back at Last Kings, says it was a staple back then ----- NO JUMPER PATREON http://www.patreon.com/nojumper CHECK OUT OUR NEW SPOTIFY PLAYLIST https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5te... FOLLOW US ON SNAPCHAT FOR THE LATEST NEWS & UPDATES https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_... CHECK OUT OUR ONLINE STORE!!! http://www.nojumper.com/ SUBSCRIBE for new interviews (and more) weekly: http://bit.ly/nastymondayz Follow us on SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/4ENxb4B... iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/n... Follow us on Social Media: https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_... http://www.twitter.com/nojumper http://www.instagram.com/nojumper https://www.facebook.com/NOJUMPEROFFI... http://www.reddit.com/r/nojumper JOIN THE DISCORD: https://discord.gg/Q3XPfBm Follow Adam22: https://www.tiktok.com/@adam22 http://www.twitter.com/adam22 http://www.instagram.com/adam22 adam22hoe on Snapchat Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As a founding member & producer of Orlando-based Hip Hop group, Solillaquists of Sound, DiViNCi first gained notoriety by using multiple drum machines in ways the world had never seen before. His frenetic finger drumming, sonic dynamism & innovative use of music technology have led to stage & studio collaborations with such artists as Ms. Lauryn Hill, Nas, Victor Wooten, MF DOOM, Doug Wimbish & El-P (Run The Jewels). As a public speaker & educator, DiViNCi shares his passion for creative health by helping others refine their creative process through his one-on-one coaching service, StudioSensei.com. While currently at work on various music projects, DiViNCi continues to travel the world connecting with audiences through his high-energy performances, speaking engagements, & workshops.As a founding member & producer of Orlando-based Hip Hop group, Solillaquists of Sound, DiViNCi first gained notoriety by using multiple MPCs (drum machines) in ways the world had never seen before. The virtuosity in his frenetic performances & popular YouTube clips set inspiring precedents for the now popular “Controllerism” scene. DiViNCi is revered by music fans, aspiring electronic performers & veteran musicians alike. His work, both on & off the stage, caught the attention of GRAMMY Award-winning icon Ms. Lauryn Hill, who tapped DiViNCi to join her band & studio team.In addition to his work with Ms. Hill, his versatility as a producer & performer have allowed him to collaborate seamlessly with artists from all across the musical spectrum. Sage Frances, EL-P (Run The Jewels), Kool Keith, MF Doom, Doug Wimbish (Living Colour), Darryl Jennifer (Bad Brains), Michael Franti & Spearhead and Zap Mama are a few of the artists that DiViNCi has worked with.As a public speaker, DiViNCi enjoys sharing his passion for creativity & process with those looking to develop not only their craft, but their careers as well. His constant drive for innovation has led him to work closely with various companies in the development of their most popular products. Some of his most notable contributions have come from his work with Akai Professional in helping to develop the MPC Renaissance, Studio & MPC5000. In addition, DiViNCi's adoption of Ableton products has garnered the attention of the company and led to multiple Ableton workshops & panel discussions.You can learn more about DiViNCi & his creative wellness company, Studio Sensei, by visiting https://studiosensei.com. There you can join his community, The Studio Sensei Dojo, or for a limited time sign up for a free 1:1 session with DiViNCi himself.Lean more about Lyte.Find more great podcasts from Osiris Media, the leading storyteller in music. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Miles Mosely is a captivating artist whose unique stylings have invited many to refer to him as the Jimi Hendrix of upright bass. Combining a solid groove and improvisational prowess with his upright, bow, and an array of effects pedals, Miles has contributed his innovative tones to top acts from Chris Cornell and Kendrick Lamar to Korn's Jonathan Davis and Rihanna—and that's alongside his own solo records and work for film soundtracks. On this week's episode, host Josh Paul goes in depth with Miles on his story, style, and playing philosophy which—despite its unconventionality—speaks to any musician with a passion for playing music and a need to be heard.
Nehemiah Clark is back on Most Likely Two and we are talking financial literacy, music and Lauryn Hill, Harry Potter, veganism, what 250k really costs, travel, real estate, and more. Nehemiah is truly a dynamic mystery so buckle up and get ready to go on an adventure that ends with both Paige and Nehemiah coming to the conclusion that they are aliens.SHOP MERCH NOW. https://mostlikelytwopod.myshopify.com/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/pretty_pettyxIGhttps://www.instagram.com/mostlikelytwopodFollow Nehemiah:https://www.instagram.com/nehemiahlclark Manscaped: Use PETTYX20 for 20% offwww.manscaped.com Cooper & Brooke Use Code: Paige for $$ offwww.cooperandbrooke.com Special Thanks to hexbeautylab.com and BenSound.com
“Super Freaky Girl” — debuts at No. 1 this week as both the most-streamed and highest-selling song in the country this week. Not only does it mark Minaj's first totally solo No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, but it's the first song to debut at No. 1 by any unaccompanied female rapper since Lauryn Hill's “Doo-Wop (That Thing!)” back in 1998. Minaj's new single "Super Freaky Girl"debuted at number one Monday. The track samples Rick James' 1981 classic funk hit "Super Freak." According to Billboard, Minaj's single has 89,000 digital downloads so far, marking the biggest digital sales week of any track this year. "Super Freaky Girl" will be on Minaj's 5th full-length album. No date for its release, but it is expected to drop soon. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/masseffect/support
We had the pleasure of interviewing MILES over Zoom video.MILES' story might be almost as wild as his fusion of breezy hip-hop, earthshaking pop, and grimy rock. The St. Louis-born and Los Angeles-based singer and rapper bobs and weaves past genre lines with an unpredictable and undeniable style of his own. Predestining their son for music, mom and dad named him in homage to jazz icon Miles Davis. In turn, MILES cranked his old man's jazz records as well as Kirk Franklin, Bill Withers, Lauryn Hill, Black Eyed Peas, and Lil Wayne. MILES developed a following online in 2020 before cooking up “WHAT IN TARNATION” back in St. Louis. Beyond inspiring thousands of TikTok videos, it raked in over six million streams as he signed to Elektra Records. He maintained his momentum with the captivating, high-energy follow up singles “DESPERADOS” and “MOSH PIT.”After generating 20 million-plus streams, MILES perfects his vision on his 2022 debut EP, NEVER HAVE I EVER [Elektra Records], with its title track featuring legendary multi-platinum and GRAMMY® Award-nominated musician Travis Barker.We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com #podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #MILES #NeverHaveIEver #WholelottaMiles #NewMusic #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod
1. intro2. Lauryn Hill - Superstar3. H.E.R./DJ Scratch - Lost Souls4. Lauryn Hill - Everything is Everything5. John Legend - So High6. Lauryn Hill - The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill7. Lauryn Hill - Final Hour8. Fugees - The Score9. Lauryn Hill/Carlos Santana - To Zion10. Estelle - Free11. Lauryn Hill - Doo Pop (that thing)
#25-21Intro/Outro: Gettin' Jiggy Wit It by Will Smith25. Bitter Sweet Symphony by The Verve24. Killing Me Softly by The Fugees *23. Creep by Radiohead22. Doo Wop (That Thing) by Lauryn Hill *21. One by U2 *Vote on your favorite song from today's episodeVote on your favorite song from Week 3* - Previously played on the podcast
Jadakiss appreciation show. We discuss Jadakiss career. His best albums and mixtapes. Is Jadakiss top 5 dead or alive? Where are we ranking the Lox as a whole? Is Rnb music dead? Is RnB different from the past? Is the culture of Rnb dead? Deshaun Watson suspended for 11 games and fined 5 million. Was Watson suspension fair? Lauryn Hills Miseducation of Lauryn Hill Turns 24. what is the best song on the album? We discuss Lauryn Hills Accolades. Freelance discussion.Facebook: Phillip RobertsInstagram: @philroberts12, @thefillwithphil, @corporatelike Twitter: @Corporate_Like, @TheFillWithPhilSnapChat: corporatelikeTikTok: @thefillwithphilTumblr: corporatelikeWebsite: Corporatelike.com
A bettor put $18,000 on the Kings (+75000) to win the NBA Finals. The prize is $10.3M.. they haven't made the playoffs in 16 years. Capitol Records just signed an "Artificial Intelligence virtual rapper" “FN meka” becoming the world's first A.I. artist to sign with a major label. He has 10 million followers on TikTok. (Rappers are pissed!) Asian Doll Gets Into A Physical Altercation After Attempted Chain Snatch Quando Rondo Mourns 23-Year-Old Lul Pab's Death After L.A. Shooting At this time, police believe that Quando was the intended target in the shooting. Biggie Smalls' Daughter T'yanna Wallace Posted $1M Bond For Her Boyfriend's Hit-And-Run: Drake Named Shazam's Most Searched Artist Of All Time Fetty Wap Pleads Guilty To Drug Charges: Report Nicki Minaj's Super Freaky Girl" debuts at No. 1 on this week's #Hot100 chart. She is the first solo female rapper to debut at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 since Lauryn Hill in 1998. Scooter Braun sold Taylor Swift's catalog for $405M. But that catalog value will drop once she's done re-recording all of her old music Erica Banks Defends Her Decision To Twerk For High School Students Chris Brown says he's still not allowed to perform on award show stages, including BET. Chrisean Rock Arrested After Blueface Fight, Blueface's Mom Reacts According to Natalie, Karlissa tried getting production to have Chrisean's checks deposited into her account. Lebron had the pro-Am game in Seattle on 10 Bryce James Gets His Very First D-1 College Offer Really don't like RG3 or black men like him Offset new song is trash Should 50 cent have to pay the people in that BMF characters are betrayal on the show if it's not the real story? So now y'all want a relationship like Chrishan and Blueface how deep should your birthday captions be for your significant other on social media post? Money Man purchased $100,000 worth of Nike Air Force 1 sneakers to give to kids in Houston,TX 5-year-old Kash Mania gifts his entire class new shoes for school Taylor Rooks' Damian Lillard-Kyrie Irving Hot Take Leads To NBA Twitter Scrutiny
Since Jesse Gold's 2019 debut EP We'll Be Fine, a lively collection of songs about the pitfalls of modern romance, Jesse Gold has steadily made a name for himself. He seamlessly blends R&B and pop, resulting in a sound that pays homage to an eclectic mix of long-time inspirations (Craig David, Lauryn Hill, John Mayer) and progressive contemporaries (Lucky Daye, Tom Misch, H.E.R.). Jesse solidified his place in the new generation of rising artists with infectious standout track “One In A Million” which earned him 5M+ global streams, and high marks from the likes of Ones To Watch, Euphoria Magazine, American Songwriter and more. Within its first week, Stupid Hours made waves both domestically and internationally via a front page feature in the Toronto Star and a feature with Billboard. ——— Welcome to The Pal's Podcast hosted by George Boutsalis and Ricky Liorti. Two best friends, co-hosts, and co-founders talking about all things life, leisure, and levelling up! http://thepalspod.com/ Socials: @thepalspodcast - All Socials: @gcboutsalis - Twitter // @boutsalis - Instagram Socials: @yourpalrick - All email@example.com —— Music by @loudluxury
Comedian Solomon Georgio joins the podcast to relive Summer '99 when he ran away from Seattle to Los Angeles before his senior year. He also talks about his monochromatic khaki style and running for class president 3 times in hopes of changing the world. Plus, Greta joins in a big F.U. with a Classmate Corner submission about the NJ public school system! Listen to Solomon's own podcast, The Juice! Knock Knock! If you want the Guidance Counselor (Greta) to give you advice from your high school past, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Classmates Corner" with a brief description of what you want to get off your chest from your youth! Who knows, maybe Greta and her next guest will read your submission and offer some sound guidance... Watch this, and all episodes of, Senior Superlatives with Greta Titelman here. Senior Superlatives listeners can get a free 14 day trial to Emjoy with the link letsemjoy.com/podcastFollow Greta:Twitter: @gertie_birdInstagram: @gertiebirdTikTok: @gertie_birdFollow The Show:Instagram: @seniorsuperlativespod Follow Solomon:Twitter: @solomongeorgioInstagram: @solomongeorgio Like the show? Rate Senior Superlatives on Spotify and Apple Podcasts and leave a review for Greta. Advertise on Senior Superlatives via Gumball.fmSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In a continuation of the conversation started in the last episode, April and Tracie talk about the rupture Tish B'Av marks and the meaning we can glean from the proximity of Tish B'Av and Tu B'Av, the Jewish holiday of love. In an extended conversation about love and healing, we use the Japanese art of kintsugi as a metaphor, resonate (again) with Lauryn Hill's wisdom, “How you gon' win when you ain't right within?”, and meditate on the Jewishness of Groucho Marx's quip “I don't want to be a part of any club that would have me.” Check out our offerings and join one of our programs! https://joyousjustice.com/coursesFind Alan Lew's book, This is Real and You Are Completely Unprepared: The Days of Awe as a Journey of Transformation here: https://bookshop.org/books/this-is-real-and-you-are-completely-unprepared-the-days-of-awe-as-a-journey-of-transformation/9780316830201Learn more about kintsugi, the Japanese art of "golden joinery": https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KintsugiFind April's TikTok videos here: https://www.tiktok.com/@aprilavivabaskin Follow us on Instagram (@joyous.justice), Twitter, (@JoyousJustice), or Facebook (www.facebook.com/joyousjustice365)Find April and Tracie's full bios and submit topic suggestions for the show at www.JewsTalkRacialJustice.comLearn more about Joyous Justice and join our mailing list: https://joyousjustice.com/Support the work our Jewish Black & Cherokee woman-led vision for collective liberation here: https://joyousjustice.com/support-our-work
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