The documentary "YOU'RE WATCHING VIDEO MUSIC BOX" chronicles the longest-running music video show in the world, “Video Music Box,” launched and hosted in New York City by visionary DJ and MC Ralph McDaniels. Since its debut in 1983, "Video Music Box" has remained a Hip Hop mainstay, with McDaniels (or "Uncle Ralph," as he's known to legions of fans) serving as a leading Hip Hop influencer, tastemaker and documentarian, showcasing and debuting Hip Hop videos and introducing viewers to future stars like Nas, Jay Z, LL Cool J, Nicki Minaj and Fat Joe long before they were icons of the genre. With four decades of never-before-seen footage from McDaniel's packed vault, the film spotlights the series' global influence on Hip Hop, along with his professional and personal triumphs.
One big tidbit kicks off the episode: a summary of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and tributes to Carole King, Tina Turner, the Go-Go's, and LL Cool J. Then it's Time to go Back in Time, to November 30th, 1985 to be exact. Ads and articles in that edition of Billboard Magazine highlight artists like Arcadia, Kurtis Blow, Grace Jones, and Jack Wagner, who did NOT wear an eye patch in whatever soap opera he starred in. And finally, a review for an actor-slash-singer who had some LOFTY goals.
Many managers often have WTF moments. We give someone instructions as to what we want them to do and then, though some sort of ninja-esque mental gymnastics, they manage to do something completely different than what we expected.What are they thinking?! Are they really that stupid?My guest today says this behavior—on both the part of the manager and the employee—is a common part of our wiring as humans. But, he says, there is a cure for what we might call stupidity.About our Guest:Eric M. Bailey is the bestselling author of The Cure for Stupidity: Using Brain Science to Explain Irrational Behavior and President of Bailey Strategic Innovation Group, one of the fastest-growing human communication consulting firms in the United States. Eric has a diverse set of experiences that includes helping NFL All-Pro Larry Fitzgerald pet a rhinoceros, doing barrel rolls in an F-16, and chatting with LL Cool J on the campus of Harvard University.Honored as Diversity Leader of the Year, Eric is the creator of the Principles of Human Understanding™, a leadership and communication methodology based in brain science and psychology. Eric's unique style blends fact and emotion and finds ways to appeal to the analytical thinkers, the emotional feelers, and everyone in between. Eric has a unique ability to communicate seemingly complex concepts in practical, easy-to-comprehend ways, aiding in self-awareness and knowledge retention.As a honoree of the prestigious 40 Under 40 award, Eric has been featured on CNN, The Wall Street Journal, Fox Soul, Huffington Post, Forbes, the Consciously Unbiased Podcast and has helped leaders and teams across the world see common problems from new and different perspectives. Eric works with Google Inc, the US Air Force, Los Angeles County, the City of St. Louis, MO, Phoenix Police Department and many more. Eric also runs a YouTube series of 2-minute executive lessons called The Walking Meeting (www.thewalkingmeeting.com). Eric has a Master's degree in Leadership and Organizational Psychology from Saint Louis University and is a lifetime learner of human and organizational behavior. When not working or researching, you can find Eric and his wife Jamie racing on their road bikes, being cheered on by their three children.https://ericmbailey.com/Good Morning, HR is brought to you by Imperative—premium background checks with fast and friendly service. For more information about our commitment to quality and excellent customer service, visit us at imperativeinfo.com.If you are an HRCI or SHRM-certified professional, this episode of Good Morning, HR has been pre-approved for half a recertification credit. To obtain the recertification information for this episode, visit goodmorninghr.com.
We talk about another rapper, Young Dolph, being gunned down in his hometown, Drake and Kanye squash their beef, VERZUZ between Stephanie Mills and Chaka Khan, Adele's 30 album, Jay-Z and LL Cool J get inducted into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame and more.Note: No episode next week due to the holidays, we'll be back in 2 weeks. Thanks!
Although Daymond John was first known as the founder, president and CEO of the clothing brand FUBU in the 90s, he has since become a media juggernaut, with his hands in everything from business to motivational speaking and most notably investing. In this episode of Out Of Office, he tells the story of his humble beginnings as a young, go-getter in New York City, how LL Cool J gave him the ultimate co-sign and how Shark Tank has established itself as the premiere family-friendly business phenomenon. Plus, Rich and Gianni are joined by another very special guest. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Defector's David J. Roth pulls up a seat on the second footballiest day of the year as we talk about Oliver Stone's Any Given Sunday, a 157-minute "exploration of boundaries of filmmaking by peole who are permanently on LSD." Whether it's a #poppyfieldsmovie, why it looks so cheap, which Al Pacino(s) we get in this performance and what the F he's wearing, whose performance is most affecting (spoiler: LT's), what that smell is (spoiler: amyl nitrate), and much more in our discussion of a film that lists all the capital-I Issues with pro football, then chooses to run B-roll of lightning instead of engaging with them. Feast your ears on the fifth-season finale of Quaid In Full. Overall score: 7.33 QQQ score: 7 Days since a lost Kuffs accident: 21 Breaks: "They Call It Pro Football" (1966); "The Autumn Wind" and "Round Up" by Sam Spence SHOW NOTES Follow us on Twitter (http://twitter.com/quaidinfullpod) Get EVEN MORE Qontent (...sorry) at our Patreon page (https://www.patreon.com/quaidinfull) Can YOU get past the first 27 seconds of The Dennissance (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-dennissance/id1503394153)? Listen to Dave Roth on Extra Hot Great 381 (https://www.extrahotgreat.com/381); It's Christmastown; (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/108-the-wine-clown-and-the-disappearing-children/id1407429849?i=1000539107743) and The Distraction (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-distraction-a-defector-podcast/id1525039108) Roger Ebert's AGS review (https://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/any-given-sunday-1999) Wesley Morris's in the SF Examiner (https://www.sfgate.com/style/article/Oliver-Stone-drops-the-ball-3053547.php) Mark And Sarah Talk About Songs Ep 073 on the noxious titular end-credits joint by Jamie Foxx (https://art19.com/shows/mark-and-sarah-talk-about-songs/episodes/eedb2037-801b-43d9-9ca3-b2de2e310d2e) Special Guest: David J. Roth.
By the title of this episode you know what the f*** going on. As we delve into seemingly only good things about Queens, the boys find it hard to garner anything negative about the historic borough. As we ramble on about #2 on their list we fall into tangents that include a plethora of nonsense. In the end, they end up not finding anything at all. Evan, maybe protecting his reptuation as being a Queens ambassador (self-appointed), declines to mention the ONE bad thing he had on his list for his borough. Oh well. Song: I'm Bad by LL Cool J
Episode 120 - When The Smoke ClearsLook out for #OFFTheDome.Topics Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict RIP Young Dolph Ye and Drake Squash Beef Will Smith wants LL COOL J in a Verzuz Facebook Changes its Name ? Spider-Man No Way Home Trailer ReactionsOS Song of The Week Ralph's Pick - 213 - So FlyJohnnie's Pick - Freddie Gibbs Feat. Jadakiss- Black Illuminati Please Enjoy on All Major Streaming Platforms and OverSatThePod.com.
Episode 120 - When The Smoke Clears Look out for #OFFTheDome. Topics Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict RIP Young Dolph Ye and Drake Squash Beef Will Smith wants LL COOL J in a Verzuz Facebook Changes its Name ? Spider-Man No Way Home Trailer Reactions OS Song of The Week Ralph's Pick - 213 - So Fly Johnnie's Pick - Freddie Gibbs Feat. Jadakiss- Black Illuminati Please Enjoy on All Major Streaming Platforms and OverSatThePod.com.
The Roll & Roll Hall of Fame held its 36 th annual induction ceremony October 30 in Cleveland. Jack Marchbanks and I were there. On this edition of Music Journeys, we recap our favorite moments of the night. You'll hear from LL Cool J and Carole King, and we'll tease you with a few samples from the performances. Thanks for listening.
The Washington Spirit is heading to the finals on Sunday against the Chicago Red Stars! Game is at noon, a watch party is in the works, stay tuned to the Spirit's Twitter. Game will air on CBS and Paramount+. National Christmas Tree Lighting is on December 2 in President's Park on the Ellipse. LL COOL J will be the host, joined by Billy Porter, Chris Stapleton, H.E.R., Juanes, Keb' Mo', Kristin Chenoweth, Maren Morris, and Patti LaBelle performing holiday favorites alongside the U.S. Army Band Downrange and the Howard Gospel Choir. As You Are Bar is headed for Barracks Row expected to open early next year, Washington City Paper reports. Bar will also offer programming for LGBTQ youth. We interview Deale, Maryland's Brother Osborne, who is coming to the Anthem on Friday night, fresh from winning the CMA Award for Country Duo. Links: Spirit Twitter: https://twitter.com/WashSpirit As You Are Bar: https://washingtoncitypaper.com/article/539306/as-you-are-bar-an-inclusive-queer-space-is-bound-for-barracks-row/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=newsletter_axioslocal_dc&stream=top National Christmas Tree Lighting: https://www.thenationaltree.org Brothers Osborne: https://www.brothersosborne.com/ From Real.Fun.DC. “The Tommy and Kelly Show” is produced in Washington, DC providing news, culture, playful conversation, positive energy, and a dose of morning fun any time. Download the Real.Fun.DC. APP to check out our wide array of programming app.RealFunDC.com Follow Kelly Collis Twitter: https://twitter.com/cityshopgirl Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cityshopgirl/ LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kellycollis/ Follow Tommy McFLY Twitter: https://twitter.com/tommymcfly Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mrtommymcfly/ LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tommymcfly/
This week our hat is like a shark's fin as we dive (wink) into our second week of animal based horror with Renny Harlin's Deep Blue Sea.Music and sound effects provided by zapslat.com and bensound.com, and the theme song is "Graveyard Shift" by Kevin MacLeod. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
On this episode of Sixx's Word on the Curb, Sixx discusses why we want a Verzus with Missy and Busta. We also throw in another name that people are saying it could be a good match up with Busta. Plus, LL Cool J tells what he thinks about a battle with Busta and more. Welcome to a new season
"Global Citizen Live in New York City kicks off from Central Park's Great Lawn with live performances from Cyndi Lauper, Jon Batiste, and the Stay Human band. Lauper performs ""True Colors"" and dedicates ""Girls Just Wanna Have Fun"" to the women and girls of Afghanistan. Padma Lakshmi and Tan France discuss poverty and hunger. Alessia Cara performs ""Scars To Your Beautiful,"" ""Best Days,"" and ""Stay."" Jon Batiste and the We Are Experience band perform ""I Need You,"" ""Tell The Truth,"" and ""Freedom."" Amber Ruffin encourages equity for women and children in the fight against global hunger. Camila Cabello gets the crowd moving with ""Havana,"" ""Never Be The Same,"" a duet of ""Señorita"" with Shawn Mendes, and ""Don't Go Yet."" Burna Boy performs ""Anybody,"" ""Kilometre,"" and more. Pianist Lang Lang performs a moving cover of ""Bohemian Rhapsody"" and Billy Porter takes the mic for a tribute to John Lennon, singing ""Imagine."" Lang Lang closes his set with ""We Are the World,"" accompanied by the Young People's Chorus of New York City. Pianist Lang Lang performs a moving cover of "Bohemian Rhapsody" and Billy Porter takes the mic for a tribute to John Lennon, singing "Imagine." Lang Lang closes his set with "We Are the World", accompanied by The Young People's Chorus of New York City. Lizzo delivers energetic, dance-filled, flute-laced performances of "Good As Hell," "Truth Hurts," and "Juice." Ice-T announces major contributions to global tree planting from P&G, Charmin, and Tide. Shawn Mendes energizes the crowd with live performances of "Wonder," "There's Nothing Holding Me Back," "Treat You Better," "In My Blood," and more. US Sen. Chuck Schumer announces commitments to address climate change and hunger. Meek Mill performs "Dreams and Nightmares" and "Ima Boss." Jennifer Lopez delivers a set full of hits from "All I Have" (featuring a special appearance from LL Cool J) to "Jenny From The Block" with Jadakiss. Global Citizen Live calls for action to halt climate change and for wealthy countries to deliver on the $100B climate pledge, $6B for famine relief, and COVID-19 vaccine justice for all. On Sept. 25, 2021, over 60M COVID-19 vaccines, 157M trees, and more than US$1.1B in commitments to climate, famine, and COVID-19 response efforts were announced as part of the partner-led campaign. The Global Citizen Live campaign continues in the lead-up to the G20 Summit and the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) later this year." _____________________________________________________________________ Global Citizen is a social action platform for a global generation that aims to solve the world's biggest challenges. On our platform, you can learn about issues, take action on what matters most, and join a community committed to social change. We believe we can end extreme poverty because of the collective actions of Global Citizens across the world. Team UNPLUGGED.
Aaron Rodgers, Jay-Z, and LL Cool J were sitting in a bar...lol No, actually join My Mic Sounds Nice this week as we check the national political temperature post the November 7th elections. We also celebrate the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductions of Jay Z and Ll Cool J, and we dig into Movember, aka men's health month, the lingering issues surrounding men's health, and the significance of the month. Finally, we analyze the Aaron Rodgers fiasco and try to figure out what it all means.
This week Wine and Hip Hop podcast meets wine and hip-hop TV. It's hip-hop history month, and you know we respect the producers around here. So it's time to salute one of Hip Hop's first super producers, Easy Mo Bee. He's worked with everyone from big daddy Kane, RZA pre-Wu-Tang, Busta Rhymes, LL Cool J, the lost boys, even Miles Davis, as well as Biggie and Tupac, (separately) while they are alive! Mo Bee reflects on rare stories from the historic Life After Death recording sessions as they pair 1997 Puligny Montrachet Leflaive with Notorious BIG's “Love the dough” and explain why some wines are worth mo' dough than others.
Episode 206: Hey I'm In Town… On this week's episode of the @RoadPodcast, the crew discuss a favor @NudiaOnAir asked of @DJCrooked that escalated (1:32) and speak about random “Hey I'm in town” texts from peeps who visit Las Vegas (23:42). @JaimeDaGreat talks about the struggles he's been experiencing with his weekly party @DanceWithMe_LA (27:30). They talk about the recent updates regarding the @ToryLanez/ @TheeStallion case (40:18), @RollingLoud sponsoring @DaBaby's new tour (54:15), and finally, #JayZ and @LLCoolJ being inducted into the #RockNRollHallofFame (1:12:10).
Jennifer Lopez delivers a set full of hits from "All I Have" (featuring a special appearance from LL Cool J) to "Jenny From The Block" with Jadakiss. Team UNPLUGGED.
Bomani Jones discusses why people saying the league has “caught up” to QB's like Lamar Jackson, Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen is shortsighted (1:26). Plus, the pushback on Raiders QB Derek Carr's support of former teammate Henry Ruggs III (17:04), an IYHH including disaster at “Astroworld” (29:04) and your voicemails from the biggest lie that you've ever been told (43:07)! IYHH Stories @MattWolfeOnAir covers Jay-Z & LL Cool J's induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: https://bit.ly/3qoxcFr @WashNews shares that all 8 victims have been identified, cause sought in deadly Travis Scott "Astroworld" concert: https://abcn.ws/3klbm1x Experts say "Squid Game" crypto coin bust “a scam” via @ABCAudio: https://bit.ly/3oawk4n
Konfidence in the Klutch's Donald Nelson discusses his thoughts on (2:30) Life accused as a Teacher part eight. Deezy discusses (13:00) FDA approval of EUA of vaccine for five to eleven-year-olds and JAY Z, LL Cool J, and Tina Turner becoming inducted into the Rock & Roll HOF. Deezy then (15:45) gives his takes on Da Baby being cleared by a group. Deezy breaks down (18:30) the difference between Ky and ARod. Deezy talks (23:20) about the Ye interview on Drink Champs. Deezy dives into (26:10) the NBA World Week 2 and discusses Lakers' struggles and Ben Simmons's refusal to see 76ers Doctors. Deezy then gives his (27:55) KITK NBA week 2 power rankings & NFL week 9 power rankings. This podcast was recorded at 3:20 p.m. CT on Sunday, November 7th. Host: Donald Nelson Producer/Engineer: Donald Nelson
We kick off our first ever Patreon livestream chat (called The 808th Chamber) with a dip into the mailbag, and more shouts for our alien playlist - 100 90s Songs You'd Play to An Alien to Define Hip Hop (full list https://www.crate808.com/alien-playlist). It got heated but the crew had such a laugh with the patrons, talking on songs from Masta Ace, Onyx, Souls of Mischief, Tupac and Digital Underground, De La Soul, Smif-N-Wessun, The Coup…and Montell Jordan?!!
Inclus : le quart d'heure de slows !Deux heures de musique en direct du salon de David Blot, alors évidemment vendredi oblige, il y a des classiques club pour danser, mais aussi des nouveautés ...TRACKLIST BARKAYS - FREAKY BEHAVIORJAMES BROWN - GIVE ME SOME SKINJULIO BASHMORE - AU SEVE (ORIGINAL MIX)JAMIROQUAI - ALRIGHTDAVINA - DON'T YOU WANT IT (CLUB)SELENA GOMEZ - DÁMELO TO' (FEAT. MYKE TOWERS)CHARLOTTE ADIGERY & BOLIS PUPUL - BLENDAEVANS PYRAMID - I WANT YOUR BODY (SERGE GAMESBOURG EDIT)MJ COLE - SINCEREWOOKI - BATTLE FEAT. LAINDEMON VS. HEARTBREAKER - YOU ARE MY HIGHFELIX - DON'T YOU WANT MEAMINÉ - CHARMANDERJPEGMAFIA - TRUST!LL COOL J - I NEED LOVEORCHESTRAL MANOEUVRES IN THE DARK - SOUVENIRHALL & OATES - SHE'S GONEFIVE STAIRSTEPS - O-O-H CHILDNEW ORDER - TRUE FAITHWOMACK & WOMACK - MY DEAR REMIXDIANA ROSS - THANK YOUGRACE JONES - NIGHTCLUBBING See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Welcome back to another episode of Decoding 40. We start this week's Check-In with L.O. and his first "Ken" encounter of 2021 at Whole Foods. Vin is celebrating his 48th birthday and continues his journey in comedy. Alaric finds himself at a Halloween costume party with no costume, but apparently makes a new best friend that offers him Booker's whiskey. Mack is fitting into parenthood quite nicely as he talks about his time at the Bronx Zoo with his wife and daughter for the annual Halloween party and parade. Next, we discuss the downfall of airline travel. Trips by plane used to be a special event where people would get dressed up nicely to enjoy the flight. However, with the advent of cheap airline ticket prices, flying has turned into a glorified bus ride in the skies. Finally, we celebrate and take our hats off to the latest Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class including Jay-Z, LL Cool J and legend Tina Turner, to name a few. You'll hear this and so much more on the latest episode of Decoding40. If you want to leave us a message or ask us a question, give us a call at (608) 618-4040. Want to be our Whiskey Warrior of the Week? Or, do you have an event or product that you would like us to attend, sample, and promote? Then, send us an email at Decoding40@gmail.com to start the discussion. Follow us on all social media platforms @decoding40. This episode is sponsored by Creamie.one. Creamie.one is a premium adult toy site that has everything you'll need to satisfy his or her pleasure.
Join Herb and Tyson for Episode 11 of the Goldmembers podcast " Hall Of Famer"On this episode Tyson & Herb talk about the recent inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame JAY-Z, Tina Turner, LLCoolJ, Pippen vs Jordan, Henry Rugg III, Lux & Rex Retirement, Alpo Martinez Murder, The Rolling Loud Federal Movement( DaBaby/ Fetty Wap) , Boston's New & First Lady Mayor in history Michelle Wu, No Middle School (K-8 or 7-12)Subscribe to become a Goldmember !
This week we celebrate two giants in the culture of hip-hop taking their rightful place in the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame! LL Cool J and Jay-Z's contributions to hip-hop are immeasurable and their dedication to their art needs to be recognized and appreciated every year. They finally got it right! One of the L's for Cool J should stand for Long overdue this week and of course we can never leave out Hall of Fame Hov! Let's celebrate Hip-Hop, Son!
This episode is bittersweet for me. The things I love on Quad City DJs' All-Star Christmas make me very happy, and this week one half of the Quad City DJs, CC Lemonhead, tells the story of the Jacksonville, Florida DJs' journey from "Whoot! There it Is" to "Tootsie Roll" to "C'mon and Ride It (The Train)" to "What You Want for Christmas." It's the kind of story I love, with people working up homemade solutions to musical challenges, and what happens along the way. Unfortunately, one of the things that happened is that CC and his partner Jay-Ski fell out during the recording of Quad City DJs' debut album for Atlantic Records, Get on Up and Dance, and he was out of the picture entirely for the recording of All-Star Christmas in 1996. Equally unfortunately, I didn't know that until a half-hour into our interview. So far, Jay-Ski has not responded to interview requests, but I'm going to keep trying. Fortunately, last episode's guest, Bill Adler, tracked down one of the singers on the album, an artist who goes by the name of Big Tyme and recorded "Xmas Blues," otherwise known as Bonquisha and Otis, which bounce rapper Big Freedia turned me on to on a previous episode. Adler wrote the story for LL Cool J's Rock The Bells website, so I this episode I read an excerpt of it to help answer one more question about the album. In this episode, singer Alexandra Scott returns to talk with me about new Christmas music from Meghan Trainor, Ingrid Michaelson, and Amanda Shires. You can hear Alexandra's music on her Bandcamp page. This episode is sponsored by Car-Floats.com, purveyors of removable, reusable fabric stickers for your car. If you haven't already done so, please do what you have to do to get Twelve Songs in your podcast feed. You can find us at Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, Pandora, and Spotify.
THIS WEEK ON The PAPERBACKS AND SOUNDTRACKS PODCAST!! The Ciabatta Boyz are back BABY!!! So the MCU has Eternals dropping this weekend, and with the early reviews being so low, are the fellas still interested in spending their Ciabatta on this movie? Also on the docket, Jay-Z and LL Cool J were both apart of historical night for Hip Hop at the ROCK-N-ROLL HOF!! The Ciabatta Boyz give there feelings on that and much much more! SHOW PRODUCED AND EDITED BY- AMIR W. HOSTED BY- THE CIABATTA BOYZ https://linktr.ee/PaperbacksandSoundtracks MUSIC PRODUCED BY-FOGMOB MUSIC https://instagram.com/fogmobmusic?utm_medium=copy_link GET THE MERCH- Winston's Wham https://winstons-wham.square.site/?fbclid=IwAR2M4TFZKCnOIKkwL38k_AFz6qbmjiKKXzRQ21o06iSAH70M8hotxNM3mYI
In this episode: The guys begin by giving Nicki Minaj her flowers and Joe claims Hip Hop will never see a run like YMCMB again (8:45). Joe also explains why Six Flags should only operate during business hours after experiencing Fright Fest (23:35), and J. Cole's performs in a rainstorm at Rolling Loud (42:20). In addition, the crew discuss DaBaby being forgiven by the LGBTQ community (56:50), JAY-Z and LL Cool J inducted into the Rock N' Roll Hall of Fame (1:20:55), Cardi B says the strip clubs need her (1:29:05) and MORE! Become a Patron of The Joe Budden Podcast for additional bonus episodes and visual content for all things JBP: Tap in here www.patreon.com/JoeBudden Sleeper Picks Joe | The Game - “Ali Bomaye” (Ft. 2 Chainz & Rick Ross) Parks | Prodigy - “Keep It Thoro” Ice | Joell Ortiz - “In My Feelings” Ish | JAY-Z - “Dead Presidents 3”
I've long been amazed at Snoop Dogg's staying power and reinvention game. Admittedly, the last Snoop joint that I spent a lot of time with was "Deep Cover" in 1992. He returned to the music game last week as a part of West Coast royalty super group Mount Westmore. I clicked on the video to support Ice Cube, but for four brothers at or above 50 years old, the lyrics to "Big Subwoofer" had me having another personal conversation with myself. This Snoop topic had me looking in the mirror with regard to my own language (eg b**** and ho) throughout the years. Over the same weekend, Jay-Z's induction into the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame went down (and LL Cool J too), and I had to appreciate Hov's rarely celebrated ability to grow up with his lyrical content - as he's went through several life events as a man. Sticking with entertainment, I had to touch on Apple TV+ and Kevin Durant's new series Swagger and whether the streaming service will make any in-roads with Black viewers. Correction: Dr. Dre inducted LL Cool J and not Jay-Z as mentioned in the pod. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/its-always-personal/support
This episode of Down to the Beat is kicked off with a conversation about Racco and Fixxx's most recent experience on edibles, they are vastly different. We then move into a conversation and review of a collaborative album called 'Two Heavy', released by Motswana artists BiscuitHead and Oddly Risque. Before we get into the review we do touch on some very sad yet monumental news, this is Fixxx's second last ever episode of Down to the Beat before he returns home to the mother land for a couple of months. During this time we will be filling his role with another great host, so do not fear. We finally cap the episode off with some talks about Mac Miller's former drug dealer going to jail with two other people for their involvement in his death and LL Cool J and Jay Z being inducted into the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame.
Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay discuss Jay-Z's induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame alongside Tina Turner and LL Cool J (9:13), a Southwest Airlines pilot who got investigated for signing off with an anti-Biden rallying cry (29:11), J-Lo's “horrible” early-career experience (49:22), and lastly Florida students who were suspended for confronting racism (1:09:33). Hosts: Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay Producers: Trudy Joseph and Donnie Beacham Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Happy Tuesday Party People! The Killing Tyme Boyz are back with another one. Join us as we discuss Colin Kaepernick new Netflix Doc. Jay Z and LL Cool J being inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? Is he the GROAT? (Greatest Rapper Of All Time) High School Football in Texas and if you could commit a crime and get away with it what would it be? These topics and more on this episode. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/korey-kilgore2/support
This week on the pod the boys sit down with the absolute legend DJ Dynamix (@dynamixif2) for a battle between LL Cool J vs Schoolboy Q. After the lightning round the convo quickly switches to the battle of controllers vs turntables, collecting vinyl, the abundance of quality reissue box sets coming out right now, building Ikea furniture, and Neek's spicy EDC review! Fire it up!
Hip-Hop took over the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame this year, with the induction of JAY-Z and LL Cool J. We discuss their legendary careers, MF DOOM, Nas' upcoming documentary on Video Music Box and one of the best new music weeks of the year for Hip-Hop, on episode 66 of AFH's What's The Headline. 0:00 Intro 1:55 Hip-Hop's place in the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame 5:35 JAY-Z and LL Cool J are Hip-Hop's 2021 inductees into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame 6:00 Is LL Cool J the most under-respected Hip-Hop artist of all-time 8:10 Remembering the impact of LL Cool J's legendary career 8:46 He bursts onto the scene with Krush Groove 12:23 LL Cool J was the first Rap artist to make a major comeback 17:00 LL was one of the first Hip-Hop artists to go from music to Hollywood 19:00 LL Cool J brought his early collaborators with him to the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame ceremony 20:00 Dr. Dre gave LL Cool J an amazing induction speech 23:50 Hip-Hop brought 2 billionaires, a living legend and a former President of the United States to the 2021 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame stage 24:30 Dr. Dre and LL Cool J have a lot of unreleased music together 26:20 Dr. Dre is entering a new chapter in life and his career 29:50 Barack Obama and Dave Chappelle inducted JAY-Z into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 31:51 Remembering the impact of JAY-Z's historic Hip-Hop career 33:00 JAY-Z, Nas and Biggie competed for to be Hip-Hop's King Of New York in the '90s 34:20 JAY-Z was Hip-Hop's King Of New York in the 2000s 39:30 JAY-Z is one of only 2 MCs who have at least 4 classic albums apiece 42:15 JAY-Z is moving to a place where his business moves might eclipse his musical accomplishments 47:06 JAY-Z played a significant role in getting Barack Obama elected president 51:45 JAY-Z thanked Rakim, KRS-One, Chuck D, Big Daddy Kane and LL Cool J in his acceptance speech 56:28 Similarities between JAY-Z and LL Cool J 1:03:38 Reflecting on MF DOOM a year after his passing 1:07:06 The Harder They Fall soundtrack features new music from JAY-Z, Lauryn Hill, Ceelo Green, Seal and more 1:09:58 Nas is producing a documentary on Ralph McDaniels and Video Music Box 1:15:45 Damian Lillard had a standout freestyle where he talks about not joining a dream team 1:17:44 Ghostface Killah celebrates the 25th anniversary of his Ironman album 1:21:00 A$AP Rocky released Live.Love.ASAP on streaming platforms for its 10th anniversary 1:26:50 Snoop Dogg and Freeway lost close family members this week 1:28:42 New music from Planet Asia, J-Live (on DSPs), Ransom & Rome Streetz, Stalley and Apollo Brown, Reason, Big Sean & Hit-Boy, YG and more. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whats-the-headline/support
This week we are joined by DJ, podcaster and film expert Marcus Pinn to discuss the legendary career of LL Cool J. You can find Marcus here: Twitter: https://twitter.com/PINNLAND_EMPIRE Website: http://www.pinnlandempire.com/ Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/zebras-in-america/id1220264878 As always, for early and exclusive content please support our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/calloutculturepodcast Support for Call Out Culture is brought to you by MANSCAPED™, who is the best in men's below-the-waist grooming champions of the world. MANSCAPED™ offers precision-engineered tools for your family jewels. MANSCAPED™ just launched their fourth generation trimmer, The Lawn Mower® 4.0. You heard that right….. The 4.0! Join over 2 million men worldwide who trust MANSCAPED™, with this exclusive offer for you…. 20% off and free worldwide shipping with the code: COC20 at manscaped.com. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/calloutculture/support
LL Cool J and JAY-Z Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, an update on the Joe budden Podcast and more. all on this weeks jam packed hip hop episode of the 2 ninja kick back show. (when we drop) Monday 5am hip hop Wednesday 5am gaming Friday 5am afterthoughts Saturday 5am anime (join) discord: https://discord.gg/feChqrv
Will Smith. LL Cool J. DMX. These are just three of the many rappers who have crossed over into acting. On this episode of The PVDcast, I'm joined by Jarrell “Pyro” Johnson, a rapper who is making waves in the acting and rap world. We chat about his musical inspirations, how he produces music and what rap legend would be his dream collaboration. We also discuss his acting career, upcoming film projects which even includes one mystery project! Tune in and have a blast with this episode of The PVDcast! Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to the show!
Jason Hanley Vice President of Education and Visitor Engagement at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, Ohio starts our coverage of the 2021 Induction week. We talk with Jason about the presenters which include Taylor Swift, Paul McCartney, Drew Barrymore and more. We also chat about what people can expect from the event, surprises and more. 2021 inductees include: Carole King, The Foo Fighters, The Go-Go's, Jay Z, Tine Turner, Todd Rundgren, Kraftwerk, Charley Patton, Gil-Scott Heron, LL Cool J, Billy Preston, Randy Rhoads and Clarence Avant. Stay tuned across the jrodconcert media channels for more. The Ceremony will on November 20 on HBO and stream on HBO Max alongside a radio simulcast on SiriusXM Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Radio (310) and Volume (106).
Welcome to an earnest attempt at an iconic franchise. *ahem* sorry Welcome to an anthology that does not relate to previous offerings *ahem* Welcome back to the iconic franchise but also not *ahem* Welcome to the franchise's two tumultuous round melon breasts being supported by the broad shoulders of LL Cool J erotica *ahem* Welcome to providing contextual insight of what made the icon come to be *ahem* at this point you decide to welcome yourself. Take it or leave it, shirt tuckers!Tasty links below...Site: https://fyrpodcast.comApple: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/for-your-reference/id1453532214Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ForYourReferenceTwitter: https://twitter.com/ForYourRefPodInsta: https://www.instagram.com/foryourrefpodYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6oOmo_3tzdD0VtBzt2d0JA
The guys take a look back at the Ravens 34-6 win against the Chargers and look forward to the Ravens first division game of the year in week 7 against the Bengals. Intro: “Mama Said Knock You Out” by LL Cool J off the album “Mama Said Knock You Out” (1991) Interact with the show on Twitter @deepcoverpod
On episode 84 of The HR Famous Podcast, long-time HR leaders (and friends) Tim Sackett, Jessica Lee and Kris Dunn come together to discuss business travel during the pandemic, sending late night emails, and whether you should opt out of a group message. Listen below (click this link if you don't see the player) and be sure to subscribe, rate, and review (Apple Podcasts) and follow (Spotify)! SHOW HIGHLIGHTS: 3:00 - KD asks Tim what his favorite OG from old-school rap is. He loves LL Cool J and JLee likes Dr. Dre because of his purple satin suit. 5:15 - KD has been hitting business travel hard over the last few weeks. He has been in 4 different locations after not having much at all for the last year and a half. He has really started to notice the different mentalities to COVID precautions/mask wearing in different parts of the country. 8:00 - KD was surprised by the strict mask mandates that were in place in Las Vegas when he and Tim were there for a conference. 11:00 - JLee is happy that the housekeeper at the hotel that KD stayed at felt empowered enough to enforce mask mandate policy. 14:30 - On a Southwest flight recently, KD heard the initial reactions of Southwest employees to a vaccine mandate. 17:00 - Tim mentions how some airlines offered early retirement to pilots during the pandemic and are now begging pilots to come back to work. 20:00 - KD wrote a post recently titled “Are you a jerk for sending an email at 9 pm?”. KD references a study where they looked at this and they found that receivers of late emails overestimated the quickness of response needed. 23:00 - JLee thinks that people in their mid-career won't care when emails are sent and more senior employees may be more careful with their messaging. 25:30 - If the future of remote work offers more flexibility, Tim thinks that email send time doesn't matter as much anymore (with caveats). 28:45 - There are folks out there that are very anti-after hours emails. 32:00 - Tim doesn't understand the people that want to have their cake and eat it too. How are we going to be working flexibly and then also defining after hours? 37:30 - JLee thinks it's a power move to opt out of group messages, like group texts or chain emails. KD thinks it's better to opt out instead of not participating at all. ---------------Jessica Lee, Kris Dunn and Tim Sackett Kinetix HRU Tech Jessica Lee on LinkedIn Tim Sackett on Linkedin Kris Dunn on LinkedIn The Tim Sackett Project The HR Capitalist Fistful of Talent Boss Leadership Training Series
Michael Myers AND Kevin Williamson in one episode? Oh that's right... we're going to the 90s for this one! This week we cover the movie Anthony's been clamoring to discuss for the past three years, his favorite Halloween (aside from the original) and a movie that came at the apex of horror's post 80's revival: Halloween H20! Join the team (with special guest Phil Acevedo) as they look at how Jamie Lee Curtis FIRST returned to the series, and how a passion project about trauma and alcoholism ultimately turned into a paycheck gig - but overseen by a post-Scream Kevin Williamson (although uncredited, interestingly). We discuss Josh Hartnett's hair, LL Cool J's erotic thriller side-story, some drafts of the story that ALMOST got made, and some good old comparisons with the Thorn Trilogy. Can Anthony convince the other two hosts of this film's supposed greatness? FIND OUT! Also, some of us ended up watching the edited for TV version so how about 5 stars for a dubbed Jamie Lee Curtis "What the frick, John?" Classic Horror 2 by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
On this week's episode, the Halloween Spooktacular continues with the guys chatting about the kind-of okay, now-non-canon sequel, Halloween H20: 20 Years Later! What went on with the ridiculous naming of this film and why didn't they go with the original idea, Halloween 7: The Revenge of Laurie Strode? Who had the brilliant idea to set this in northern California? And can we get more of LL Cool J's erotica? PLUS: Doctor Loomis goes on House Hunters! Halloween H20: 20 Years Later stars Jamie Lee Curtis, Josh Hartnett, Michelle Williams, Adam Arkin, Adam Hann-Byrd, Jodi Lyn O'Keefe, Janet Leigh, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Nancy Stephens, and LL Cool J as Ronny; directed by Steve Miner. Catch WHM on tour starting this week! New Chicago date added! WHM Merch Store Advertise on We Hate Movies via Gumball.fm Unlock Exclusive Content!: http://www.patreon.com/wehatemovies See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.