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Unspooled
Blade

Unspooled

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 85:08


Paul & Amy sink their teeth into 1998's vampiric superhero splatterfest Blade! They discuss how the film was found in the edit, dig deep into Wesley Snipes' versatility as an actor, and examine the earliest attempts at establishing a Marvel cinematic universe. Plus: how LL Cool J almost played the iconic Daywalker. Next week, our Heroes series continues with RoboCop! You can join the conversation for this series on the Unspooled Facebook Group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/unspooledpodcast, and on Paul's Discord at https://discord.gg/ZwtygZGTa6. Learn more about the show at unspooledpod.com, follow us on Twitter @unspooled and Instagram @unspooledpod, and don't forget to rate, review & subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Spotify. You can also listen to our Stitcher Premium game show Screen Test right now at https://www.stitcher.com/show/unspooled-screen-test, and apply to be a contestant at unspooledpod@gmail.com!

The Limits with Jay Williams
Dapper Dan on hip-hop fashion, Harlem history and reinvention

The Limits with Jay Williams

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 41:44


On today's episode of The Limits, Jay talks to legendary fashion designer, Dapper Dan. For over five decades, "Dap" has revolutionized the way hip-hop and fashion have influenced each other, dressing the likes of Eric B. and Rakim, LL Cool J and Salt-N-Pepa. He also always makes sure everything goes down in his native Harlem, where Jay met up with him. Once a gambling prodigy, Dap briefly went to prison on drug charges, but he came out with a renewed respect for Black culture and sensibilities. He started dressing gangsters and hustlers, and gained popularity for repurposing the logos of brands like Gucci for hip-hop icons.When the FBI came after his namesake Harlem store, it seemed like Dap would have to shut down for good. But he remained a cultural fixture, and in one of life's great ironies, built a new chapter in his career in a 2017 partnership with Gucci. At 77, Dap thinks like a historian, relating everything he has made to the musical and cultural movements of the time. He tells Jay how Harlem has evolved, how he's managed to always look forward, and who he sees as this generation's successor to his vision. For sponsor-free episodes, weekly bonus content, and more, subscribe to The Limits Plus at plus.npr.org/thelimits. This week, Dap talks about the wisdom he imparts on Harlem youth today.Follow Jay on Instagram and Twitter. Email us at thelimits@npr.org. Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67046jn8010

The Original Doll - Britney Spears
ALL I HAVE - J LO Feat LL COOL J - Songwriter - Curtis Richa (3LW)

The Original Doll - Britney Spears

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 34:36


EXCLUSIVE! Hear from songwriter Curtis Richardson about his career and work with Jennifer Lopez, LL COOL J, 3LW and more! The Original Doll with James Rodriguez features creators of your favorite music "unpackaging" their songs from global superstars. The Original Doll also gives back to charity. Every question a guest answers, we get items donated to help those in need. As with every episode of THE ORIGINAL DOLL with James Rodriguez, audio ripping, stealing, leaking, etc is prohibited in every country in the world.  www.TheOriginalDoll.com  www.Instagram.com/The.Original.Doll and www.Twitter.com/JamesRodriguez as well as www.TikTok.com/@TheJamesRodriguez 

The Jay King Network
WOMEN WHO JAM RADIO with MS JOHNNIE WALKER

The Jay King Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 61:00


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

Good Boys Gone Bland
GBGB Summer Break: Deep Blue Sea

Good Boys Gone Bland

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 36:15


While the other hosts take a trip to the beach, sun-averse Ryan stays behind to record this mini-review of the 1999 blockbuster hit Deep Blue Sea! Joining him for this shark-infested pick-me-upper is Juli in her first ever guest appearance! Will she tolerate Ryan's inane ramblings? And what's her most updated opinion of LL Cool J? Tune in to find out!

The collins303 podcast
RADIO303 – June 2022 #121

The collins303 podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 122:39


Featuring tunes from LL Cool J, DJ Seinfeld, Shades of Rhythm, Confidence Man, Session Victim, Deetron, Awesome 3, Motorhead and many more!

Five Minute Warning
Episode 135 - Learning how to use profanity...properly

Five Minute Warning

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 88:08


On this Father's Day episode, we have a callback to one of our Crazy World stories from a while back, AG hit us with a "Rise and Shine" and MoeB had a comparison with Drake and LL Cool J in his "Tell Me I'm Wrong" segment. In the Question of the Day, we talk about whether gender roles still exist today. And my mother gave us some critical advice about our show (yes, she does watch and listen, most of the time). It is worth the listen.

It's A Wonderful Podcast
Deliver Us From Eva (2003) - Morgan Hasn't Seen: Modern Shakespeare Movies EP169

It's A Wonderful Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 65:46


Welcome back to Morgan Hasn't Seen with Jeannine Brice & Morgan Robinson!! The glorious world of Black rom-coms is back in conversation on this week's new MHS as, in a similar fashion to last week, Jeannine and Morgan talk a Shakespeare movie that may very well have a more popular and notable adaptation competitor in 10 Things I Hate About You! However, this episode is all about DELIVER US FROM EVA (2003) starring Gabrielle Union, LL Cool J & Meagan Good, based on The Taming of the Shrew!! Remember to leave those five star ratings and reviews!! Our Youtube Channel for Monday Madness on video, Watchalongs, Live Discussions & more: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvACMX8jX1qQ5ClrGW53vow Donate: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ItsAWonderful1 Join our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ItsAWonderful1 IT'S A WONDERFUL PODCAST STORE: https://its-a-wonderful-podcast.creator-spring.com/ Sub to the feed and download now on Anchor, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox, Amazon Music & more and be sure to rate, review and SHARE AROUND!! Keep up with us on Twitter: Podcast: https://twitter.com/ItsAWonderful1 Morgan: https://twitter.com/Th3PurpleDon Jeannine: https://twitter.com/JeannineDaBean Keep being wonderful!! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/itsawonderfulpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/itsawonderfulpodcast/support

The Jay King Network
WOMEN WHO JAM RADIO with MS JOHNNIE WALKER

The Jay King Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 61:00


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

Something (rather than nothing)
Episode 150 - April March

Something (rather than nothing)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 37:04


For the 150th Episode of the show we have the fabulous April March! In a former life April March must have been a rockier fairy than Tinker Bell and like a cat, she has already had several lives. An animator trained by Disney, she has animated for Pee-wee Herman, Ren & Stimpy, Madonna, worked on Archie Comics, assisted Spiderman creator Steve Ditko and even assisted the legendary Harry Smith who occasionally brought Allen Ginsberg in tow to mentor her. She entered the NYC music scene with her garage girl-group The Pussywillows, which Ronnie Spector of The Ronettes, promptly hired to record and perform with her. A year into her music career, she landed on stage with Ronnie Spector at a completely sold out Madison Square Garden. Over a large plate of chicken back stage, Bo Diddley said to her, “Welcome to Rock and Roll.” Next she joined The Shitbirds and The Haves, finally settling into the driver's seat as April March. A Francophile from a tender age, she re-introduced an international audience to the French pop heritage of Gainsbourg, Françoise Hardy, Dani, Gillian Hills and many others. She cut her teeth in self production on a slew of popular to very obscure covers and adaptations of songs the French themselves had forgotten. Quentin Tarantino plucked “Chick Habit,” her adaptation of Gainsbourg's “Laisse Tomber Les Filles,” to feature in his film “Death Proof.” She recorded “Chick Habit” with the help of Andy Paley who introduced her to Brian Wilson. This began a nice stretch of recording on and off with Brian for the next couple of years subsequently giving her a priceless education in both arrangement and production. So when Alexander Payne couldn't reach Brigitte Bardot on the phone he hired April instead to write and produce her own Bardotesque song for his film “Election.” Next she met the modern day French Phil Spector — Bertrand Burgalat (just as talented, but a lot less dangerous). She made two albums with Burgalat, the first of which “Chrominance Decoder,” was chosen as one of the top ten albums of the year by The New Yorker and in the top 100 of all time by the seminal French magazine Rock et Folk. Burgalat introduced her to the great Aquaserge which led to an album and two films directed by Marie Losier landing her performances at The Centre Pompidou, MOMA and PS1. And so at this point in time, April March has recorded with Ronnie Spector, Brian Wilson, Jonathan Richman, R.L. Burnside, Andy Paley, Bertand Burgalat, Tony Allen, Yo La Tengo, LL Cool J, Alain Chamfort, Darlene Love, The Dust Brothers, Laetitia Sadier (Stereolab), Maya Rudolph, Sean OHagan, and Aquaserge. After such a list of credits, certain artists would have rested on their laurels to the strains of “The Afternoon of a Faun,” but this Franco-American ringleader is a horse of a different color, preferring to go forward rather than look over her shoulder, which brings us to the latest. She has just been cast alongside Gerard Depardieu and Vanessa Paradis in a feature film. After having published a children's book with Jack White called “We Are Going To Be Friends,” she's recorded an E.P. with Olivia Jean in his private studio which he released March 5th with a Video following on March 17th on Third Man Records. She's releasing a new album with the amazing Fugu featuring Tony Allen of Fela and Gorillaz as well as Marilyn Wilson of The Beach Boys and American Spring on July 17th with Record Store Day. The cherry on top? It's another new album with the dazzling duo Staplin who, according to Radio France,“compose with talent music where pop sunshine melodies of the sixties dance on trip hop beats, psyche rock rubs shoulders with cosmic flights of evanescent synths, and repetitive orchestral music stretches to festive groove storms.” Olè !Make it stand out.

The Jay King Network
WOMEN WHO JAM RADIO with MS JOHNNIE WALKER

The Jay King Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 61:00


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

These Are Bad Movies
A Special Welcome to Our Listeners in the FBI!

These Are Bad Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 62:08


We noticed some odd activity in our podcast metrics the other day. It looks like an oddly large number of people just outside of Washington D.C. decided to comb through our back catalog. So this episode is dedicated to the FBI! We discuss the 2004 movie Mind Hunters with LL Cool J and Christian Slater. Maybe this movie will be a little nostalgic for our new friends!

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

The Jay King Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 61:00


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

Prisoners of Rock and Roll
42 - Rock The Mic with the Golden Age of Hip Hop

Prisoners of Rock and Roll

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 115:55


Like rock and roll before it, hip hop gave a new voice to generations of people and became a cultural movement just as much as a type of music. In this episode of Prisoners of Rock and Roll, we're taking a look at the Golden Age of hip hop. We're going to look at the pioneers who started hip hop in the wake of disco. The rappers who helped bring hip hop to the mainstream like Run DMC and LL Cool J. And rappers like Public Enemy and NWA who used their music to speak up about how black people were being treated in society.We're part of Pantheon Podcasts.Episode PlaylistCheck out all of the great music we talked about in our episode playlist.Get In TouchCheck us out online, on Facebook and Twitter, or shoot get in touch at prisonersofrockandroll@gmail.com

TRUTH IN RHYTHM
TRUTH IN RHYTHM Podcast - Cornelius Mims (Funk-R&B Bass Star), Part 2 of 2

TRUTH IN RHYTHM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 59:11


** PLEASE SUBSCRIBE ** Brought to you by FUNKNSTUFF.NET and hosted by Scott "DR GX" Goldfine — musicologist and author of “Everything Is on THE ONE: The First Guide of Funk” ― “TRUTH IN RHYTHM” is the interview show that gets DEEP into the pocket with contemporary music's foremost masters of the groove. Become a TRUTH IN RHYTHM Member through YouTube or at https://www.patreon.com/truthinrhythm. Featured in TIR Episode 243 (Part 2 of 2): Bassist/composer/producer Cornelius Mims, a founding member of 1980s funk band Tease and an in-demand sessions player. He has worked with dozens of top music stars, throughout it all never losing sight of the funk. Those he has worked with include Vanessa Williams, Johnny Gill, Howard Hewitt, Grover Washington Jr., Snoop Dogg, LL Cool J, DJ Quik, Phil Collins, Brian McKnight, Boyz II Men, Lionel Richie, Mary J. Blige, Smokey Robinson, Rashaan Patterson, George Howard, the Winans, Patti Austin and Kenny Loggins. In recent years, he has won Grammys as part of Fantastic Negrito. RECORDED APRIL 2022 LEGAL NOTICE: All video and audio content protected by copyright. Any use of this material is strictly prohibited without expressed consent from original content producer and owner Scott Goldfine, dba FUNKNSTUFF. For inquiries, email info@funknstuff.net. TRUTH IN RHYTHM is a registered U.S. Trademark (Serial #88540281). Get your copy of "Everything Is on the One: The First Guide of Funk" today! https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1541256603/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1541256603&linkCode=as2&tag=funknstuff-20&linkId=b6c7558ddc7f8fc9fe440c5d9f3c400

TRUTH IN RHYTHM
TRUTH IN RHYTHM Podcast - Cornelius Mims (Funk-R&B Bass Star), Part 1 of 2

TRUTH IN RHYTHM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 57:31


** PLEASE SUBSCRIBE ** Brought to you by FUNKNSTUFF.NET and hosted by Scott "DR GX" Goldfine — musicologist and author of “Everything Is on THE ONE: The First Guide of Funk” ― “TRUTH IN RHYTHM” is the interview show that gets DEEP into the pocket with contemporary music's foremost masters of the groove. Become a TRUTH IN RHYTHM Member through YouTube or at https://www.patreon.com/truthinrhythm. Featured in TIR Episode 243 (Part 1 of 2): Bassist/composer/producer Cornelius Mims, a founding member of 1980s funk band Tease and an in-demand sessions player. He has worked with dozens of top music stars, throughout it all never losing sight of the funk. Those he has worked with include Vanessa Williams, Johnny Gill, Howard Hewitt, Grover Washington Jr., Snoop Dogg, LL Cool J, DJ Quik, Phil Collins, Brian McKnight, Boyz II Men, Lionel Richie, Mary J. Blige, Smokey Robinson, Rashaan Patterson, George Howard, the Winans, Patti Austin and Kenny Loggins. In recent years, he has won Grammys as part of Fantastic Negrito. RECORDED APRIL 2022 LEGAL NOTICE: All video and audio content protected by copyright. Any use of this material is strictly prohibited without expressed consent from original content producer and owner Scott Goldfine, dba FUNKNSTUFF. For inquiries, email info@funknstuff.net. TRUTH IN RHYTHM is a registered U.S. Trademark (Serial #88540281). Get your copy of "Everything Is on the One: The First Guide of Funk" today! https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1541256603/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1541256603&linkCode=as2&tag=funknstuff-20&linkId=b6c7558ddc7f8fc9fe440c5d9f3c400

Nerd Rage Radio Podcast
First Yoda, Then LL Cool J

Nerd Rage Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 123:57


Nerd Rage Radio Episode 353: First Yoda, Then LL Cool J NERD WEEKS A Community member in need https://www.gofundme.com/f/h962uf-help-for-joe RIP Ray Liotta https://deadline.com/2022/05/ray-liotta-dies-67-goodfellas-1235033521/?fbclid=IwAR3ip0NLhi6vYHR4lSC0jHCcT5eAW150cUngmNhk4EWQjyQJZ0eLeaE6ArM The 7 https://youtu.be/32YM20mNxIM Winnie The Ghoul https://variety.com/2022/film/news/winnie-the-pooh-blood-and-honey-director-1235278405/?fbclid=IwAR0PO6rJqEQunaAOLVH_PSiasGWvo7EGf2M3Xua8AQ4iuJJtsuCDNIwVxts Black Adam https://youtu.be/TF-H7FVaE0Y Hasbro Pulse Saber https://hasbropulse.com/products/star-wars-the-black-series-reva-the-third-sister-force-fx-elite-lightsaber?fbclid=IwAR2IIkqKBPwFGWB5ljV21IIyK_3DdIPvPWp-uQqGwddj5wv1KkhGJji4bVw&fs=e&s=cl Cassian Andor https://www.theverge.com/2022/5/26/23073150/star-wars-andor-trailer-disney-plus-celebration-rogue-one-release-date?fbclid=IwAR2zRXXt4hRuxZszwxcCjaaQ5Bf5DxurVwA9HOwXa-HTjjMK6emPrwADr38&fs=e&s=cl Willow 2 https://www.ign.com/articles/willow-gets-a-new-trailer?fbclid=IwAR2rRPj-WnJ5LDUrbIKPzLWWbFeGARyzLnyT9orUJ_l7a3oUHLWubktPBWg&fs=e&s=cl Skeleton Crew https://www.ign.com/articles/star-wars-skeleton-crew-officially-announced-for-2023-with-jude-law?fbclid=IwAR1EoeKIROyNew4h7ODFpzgOc5SOOoZaK-HfAiTLUn7EIxNXrCWK-qGkOkk&fs=e&s=cl SHOUT OUTS Show is available on MANY PLATFORMS PODBEAN https://fanboychannel.podbean.com/ iTUNES https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/nerd-rage-radio-podcast/id1042384182?mt=2 SPOTIFY https://open.spotify.com/show/4eMSsSQZqlbagRlYosX2PH?si=BkZaCcB_R6WjT1Y9Ns2-iA YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/NerdRageRadio STITCHER Www.stitcher.com/podcast/nerd-rage-radio PLAYER FM Www.player.fm/series/nerd-rage-radio-podcast-1869373 PODBAY Www.podbay.fm/show/1042384182 https://overcast.fm/itunes1042384182/nerd-rage-radio-podcast SUPPORT US ON PATREON & GET TONS OF BONUS CONTENT!!! https://www.patreon.com/Nerdrageradio FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA Facebook.com/nerdrageradiopodcast Instagram @nerdrageradioig Twitter @nerdragecast WRITE IN TO THE SHOW Email: nerdrageradiomail@gmail.com

Cards Face Up Podcast
MC SHAN TALKS ABOUT HIS BEEF WITH KRS 1, LL COOL J, WILL SMITH , ROXANNE SHANTE, MARLEY MARL & MORE

Cards Face Up Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 72:52


MC SHAN TALKS ABOUT HIS BEEF WITH KRS 1, LL COOL J, WILL SMITH , ROXANNE SHANTE,  MARLEY MARL & MORE ON THIS EPISODE OF CARDS FACE UP PODCAST. TUNE IN AS WE DISCUSS THE LEGENDARY CAREER OF MC SHAN.#willsmith #llcoolj  #KERS1Subscribe to our channel now so that you can be first to tune in to the full interview with MC SHAN being released 6/1/22 only on Cards Face Up Podcast. Unlike other interviews you may have seen, Shan opens up to us about everything, from beef, drugs, hip hop, giving game, artist advice and ETC. #MCSHAN #KRS1 #THEBRIDGESUBSCRIBE-SUBSCRIBE-SUBSCRIBE-SUBSCRIBE-SUBSCRIBE-SUBSCRIBE-SUBSCRIBE-SUBSCRIBEPLEASE VISIT US AT OUR OFFICIAL WEBSITE - WWW.CARDSFACEUPPODCAST.COMAUDIO IS AVAILABLE ON ALL STREAMING PLATFORMS SUCH AS "APPLE/GOOGLE/SPOTIFY/ETCSUBSCRIBE TO OUR SISTER PAGE ALSO AND GET MORE EXCLUSIVE CARDS FACE UP PODCAST CONTENT @WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/CARDSFACEUPPODCAST

Slashers
Deep Blue Sea

Slashers

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 56:43


Deeper... Bluer... umm it's still shark month here on Slashers Podcast. What better way to say goodbye than to discuss 1999s Deep Blue Sea??? It's only the best fucking shark film since Steven Spielberg's Jaws. Renny Harlin (who you may know from classics like A Nightmare on Elm St. part 4: the Dream Master, Die Hard 2, Longkiss Goodnight, and divorced from Geena Davis, helloooo) really made sure to bring it with this one. We have Samuel mother fucking Jackson, we have Thomas Jane, we have LL Cool J, we have Stellan Skarsgard, we have Saffron Burrows, and we have Michael Rappaport. Like seriously? If you don't love this movie, you need to stop talking to Ade, like yesterday. Please join Mikey and Ade in this special episode of Call Your Ghoulfriends, where the ghouls talk all things from The Batman to Deep Blue Sea. Please like us, love us, or hate us. Remember, even a bad review gets us likes hehe. If you ever have feedback or recommendations on future episodes, please let us know at slasherspod@gmail.com. You can always find us on our social media: Instagram, Twitter, Slasher App: @slasherspod Facebook: /slasherspod Reddit: u/slasherspod https://www.youtube.com/c/slasherspodcast You can find our merch, and links to all our online presence here: linktr.ee/slasherspod Theme song is I wanna Die by Mini Meltdowns. https://open.spotify.com/artist/5ZAk6lUDsaJj8EAhrhzZnh ; https://minimeltdowns.bandcamp.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/slasherspod/support

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

The Jay King Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 61:00


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

Good Times Great Movies
Episode 185: Lifeforce (1985)

Good Times Great Movies

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 95:17


On our latest episode, Doug makes the bold assertion that this is a feminist film, Jamie wants to make it clear to all listeners that she is NOT an astronaut, and we both agree that hot space vampires could prove to be the downfall of humanity. Grab your dido-sword, bag up that human-sized bat, and join us as we celebrate 7 years of the podcast with a discussion of Tobe Hooper's follow up to Poltergeist, Lifeforce!Consider supporting the show on Patreon Full episodes are available on: Blame it on Rio The House on Sorority Row A He-Man and She-Ra Christmas The Hollywood Knights The Great Outdoors Silver Bullet One Magic Christmas The Cabbage Patch Kids First Christmas Under the Cherry Moon Haunted Honeymoon CommandoBeverly Hills Madam Happy Birthday to Me A Christmas Dream A Garfield Christmas SupergirlGarlic is as Good as Ten Mothers Who's Harry Crumb Missing in Action 2: The Beginning Revenge of the Stepford Wives Evil Dead II DuneA Claymation Christmas CelebrationHoward the DuckHow to Beat the High Cost of LivingThey LiveThis House PossessedMonkey ShinesTerror Train& more.. Including our 80's Handshake 5, 90's Handshake 5, Questions and Answers, Interviews & covering/ranking all movies in the Friday the 13th Franchise! Merch on TeePublic Visit our WebsiteVisit our YouTube ChannelFollow us on TwitterAnd on InstagramFind us on Facebook

MY SKIN IS MY SIN
INTELLECTUALLY PETTY RADIO EPISODE 103 FT:E BLOCK RADIO AND WEBETTHEHOUSEPODCAST

MY SKIN IS MY SIN

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 3:00


LETS TALK HIP HOP…LL AINT TOP 30? IS BUSTA A LEGEND? BEST EMCEE EVER OUT OF DETROIT…TOO SHORT TOP FIVE EVER??? AND MORE

In the Corner Back By the Woodpile
In the Corner Back By the Woodpile #267: Old School Hip-Hop History with Bill Adler

In the Corner Back By the Woodpile

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 57:34


Back in the late 1970s a new music genre exploded on the world stage: rap. This episode's guest Bill Adler was right there near the beginning, first as a fan and music journalist, and then working for Def Jam Records and Rush Management. Adler recently donated his enormous treasure trove of hip-hop related artifacts to Cornell University, of which has become digitized and is available online for public use. We used some of the materials found there to talk about everything from the film Wild Style, rap pioneers like Busy Bee, Fab Five Freddy, the Funky 4+1, the massive career of LL Cool J to even the controversy over the presence of anti-semitism in the Public Enemy organization and how it touched Adler personally. To hear on Stitcher, click here! To hear on iTunes, click here! To hear on Spotify, click here!  

The People Talking Podcast
Episode 206: Safety is an Illusion w/ Risse @popcorn_fairy

The People Talking Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 129:54


People talking about... Setlist featuring Kid the Wiz, LL Cool J, Mannie Fresh, Puffy, etc. (2:19) Friends (8:53) Life of a Boy (13:14) Dreaming Movies (20:21) Vegan Risse (28:21) Basketball Stories (33:15) Coming Out (43:45) Do You Like White People? (47:13) Power Ranger Fraud (59:18) Death of a Telemarketer (1:02:15) Birds, Ants, Bees, Moths & Typewriters (1:08:58) Risse's Dane Cook Confessions (1:14:16) Great White Movies (1:15:49) Monty's Gateway to Rap (1:21:34) Buffalo (1:28:22) Just Because We Cum... (1:29:52) Upcoming Comic-Con & Exxxotica (1:32:19) Vegan Ice Cream & Monkey Pox (1:39:29) She-Hulk Coming (1:44:08) Discovering Samples with Risse (1:46:12) Will Smith & Scorpion King (1:52:27) Johnny Depp (1:55:40) X-Men Cartoons Ranked (1:58:21)

Chase Talks Hip Hop
#249: R.I.P Marvelous Hagler/Boxing's Connection to Hip Hop/ LL Cool J Vs. Canibus

Chase Talks Hip Hop

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 53:13


Podcast Notes Main Thank you for checking out my show! Chase Hill Official Website: https://www.chasehill.net/ SPONSORS: https://www.stereotypeco.com OFFICIAL CTHH YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://youtube.com/channel/UC5NjM-07xGS6ZTQuSld962Q OFFICIAL CHASE HILL YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://youtube.com/channel/UCoQVJuEFFcNiW4JxLV632mw Listen to Chase's Album “H3art: Into the Soil”: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKF8K5lAiXBm5m55ovsQD6i8ijtDTQTWb For Booking Inquiries Regarding Interviews, Press, Performances etc... chasehillmanagement@gmail.com Are You A Hip Hop Artist Looking For Exposure? Contact me using chasetalkshiphoppodcast@gmail.com with any questions regarding my content or if you are an artist looking to be interviewed, have your song played etc... All my inquiries will be taken through the email above.

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

The Jay King Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 61:00


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

The Liner Notes: Defining Hip-Hop's Classic Albums
Classic Album Debate #55: Mama Said Knock You Out

The Liner Notes: Defining Hip-Hop's Classic Albums

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 105:03


Don't call it a comeback, I been here for years I'm rocking my peers, putting suckas in fear - Mama Said Knock You Out   Next album up: Mama Said Knock You Out by LL Cool J.  People thought LL went soft after Walking with a Panther dropped.  His grandmother told him to knock the critics out on the next one. Is it a classic?

Him and Her Talk
HIM AND HER TALK Season 3 Episode 12 w/ Richie Evans

Him and Her Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 29:57


Him and Her DJ chat with Arizona rapper, Richie Evans. As his single “ FOR YOU” featuring VEDO rises the charts, we sit with the Philly born rapper and speak on where it all started for him. Shadowing famous West-Coast Rapper, The Game during the height of his career on the popular G-Unit roster lead by 50 Cent. Richie got to see the industry 1st hand. Not only with advice from The Game but touring the world and his record labels work and so Much more. This gave Richie the insight to help jump start his career. We speak on artist that influenced his rapping style like T.I., LL COOL J, FABULOUS and more. Richie even almost signed to T.I.'s record label. We speak on how the collab with VEDO came about and who he's been in the studio working with. We even speak on an upcoming track with Rick Ross and how that experience was and be on the look out of his upcoming project releasing soon. We ask “Is it necessary to know all your partners past relationships?” for #RelationshipTalk. And Ofcourse we play our favorite MARRY, SMASH or PASS. Subscribe! Comment! Repost! Share! Enjoy! Like! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/himandhertalk/support

Killa Kela
#349 with guest Rob Swift (DJ/Turntablist/Executioners)

Killa Kela

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 62:59


Today's podcast we are getting deep into music and turntablist chat with one of New Yorks legendary DJ champion/pioneers - Executioner member, DJ Rob Swift. Today we're getting into a deeper dive into Scratch DJ culture - looking at Turntable defining moments, where the drive to become a champion artist comes from, the Executioners story, working with LL Cool J, ESPN, Funkmaster Flex, Akinele, fat Joe, Herbie Hancock & Linkin Park to name a small few. This is one hell of a insight into the New York state of mind - this is Rob Swift's Podcast, ENJOY!

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

The Jay King Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 61:00


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

Icons and Outlaws

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

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Good Times Great Movies
Episode 184: House (1985)

Good Times Great Movies

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 86:43


On our latest episode, Jamie draws parallels between William Katt, Bull from Night Court to Forest Gump and Bubba (that shrimp obsessed guy), Doug focusses a bit too much on the real estate portion of the movie, and we both agree that writing a book on traumatic experiences in Vietnam might not be this character's focus. Tip your 'grocery boy', put a fence around your pool, and join us as we discuss a movie that tries everything and fails at every attempt, House!Consider supporting the show on Patreon Full episodes are available on: Blame it on Rio The House on Sorority Row A He-Man and She-Ra Christmas The Hollywood Knights The Great Outdoors Silver Bullet One Magic Christmas The Cabbage Patch Kids First Christmas Under the Cherry Moon Haunted Honeymoon CommandoBeverly Hills Madam Happy Birthday to Me A Christmas Dream A Garfield Christmas SupergirlGarlic is as Good as Ten Mothers Who's Harry Crumb Missing in Action 2: The Beginning Revenge of the Stepford Wives Evil Dead II DuneA Claymation Christmas CelebrationHoward the DuckHow to Beat the High Cost of LivingThey LiveThis House PossessedMonkey ShinesTerror Train& more.. Including our 80's Handshake 5, 90's Handshake 5, Questions and Answers, Interviews & covering/ranking all movies in the Friday the 13th Franchise! Merch on TeePublic Visit our WebsiteVisit our YouTube ChannelFollow us on TwitterAnd on InstagramFind us on Facebook

Sofa King Podcast
Episode 659: Russel Simmons: Mogul or Monster?

Sofa King Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 102:50


On this episode of the world famous Sofa King Podcast, we look at the achievements, impacts, and allegations against the original Hip-Hop mogul, Russell Simmons. A young Simmons fell in love the new art form of rap and immediately took charge of the genre's future. He signed Kurtis Blow from his dorm room on to a label that didn't exist, and he hustled every DJ in New York until he got him a record deal. From there, he created Def Jam records and was architect to the success of acts such as Run-DMC, The Beastie Boys, Public Enemy, and LL Cool J. He produced movies, reinvented stand up, created a fashion line, and put poetry slams on the map. In 2018, he stepped down from all of his corporate ties due to multiple sexual assault claims. Even under that dark shadow, Simmons stands out as a cultural titan that every rap mogul since has imitated.   Visit Our Sources: https://www.biography.com/musician/russell-simmons https://www.thehistorymakers.org/biography/russell-simmons-40 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russell_Simmons https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/russell-simmons-sexual-assault-allegations-a-timeline-202515/ https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/13/arts/music/russell-simmons-rape.html https://www.celebritynetworth.com/richest-celebrities/richest-rappers/russell-simmons-net-worth/

Le Wake-up mix
TLC, LL Cool J, Ne-Yo, Zhané....

Le Wake-up mix

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 7:33


durée : 00:07:33 - Le Wake-up mix - Le wake-up-mix, c'est huit minutes de gros son pour bien vous réveiller.

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Shout It Out Loudcast: The Worst Cover Song Ever?

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 100:23


This week Tom & Zeus discuss whether Poison's version of the legendary KISS classic, "Rock And Roll All Nite" is the worst cover song ever. In 1987 the movie Less Than Zero premiered and the Original Motion Soundtrack was a mixture of hard rock, hip hop and contemporary pop. The soundtrack was produced by legendary producer, Rick Rubin. The soundtrack album went gold and featured three singles. The Bangles, LL Cool J, Slayer, Public Enemy were some of the artists on the album. But the first single released from the album was a cover of Rock And Roll All Nite performed by the perennial punching bags of SIOL, Poison.Tom and Zeus discuss this version, the good, the bad and the ugly. The song itself, whether it should have been done by Poison or by anyone else.Another episode where strong opinions are given and a special appearance by Shaq and SIOL's favorite "handsome" team, the 1986 Celtics.For all things Shout It Out Loudcast check out our amazing website by clicking below: www.ShoutItOutLoudcast.com Interested in more Shout It Out Loudcast content? Care to help us out? Come join us on Patreon by clicking below:SIOL Patreon Please go to Klick Tee Shop for all your Shout It Out Loudcast Merchandise by clicking below:SIOL Merchandise at Klick Tee Shop Please Email us comments or suggestions by clicking below:ShoutItOutLoudcast@Gmail.com Please subscribe to us and give us a 5 Star (Child) review on the following places below:iTunesPodchaserStitcheriHeart RadioSpotify  Please follow us and like our social media pages clicking below:TwitterFacebook PageFacebook Group Page Shout It Out LoudcastersInstagramYouTube Please check out our sponsor FusionTech Data & Electric for all your data and electrical needs by clicking below:FusionTech Data And Electric Proud Member of the Pantheon Podcast click below to see the website:Pantheon Podcast Network

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Shout It Out Loudcast: The Worst Cover Song Ever?

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 101:53


This week Tom & Zeus discuss whether Poison's version of the legendary KISS classic, "Rock And Roll All Nite" is the worst cover song ever. In 1987 the movie Less Than Zero premiered and the Original Motion Soundtrack was a mixture of hard rock, hip hop and contemporary pop. The soundtrack was produced by legendary producer, Rick Rubin. The soundtrack album went gold and featured three singles. The Bangles, LL Cool J, Slayer, Public Enemy were some of the artists on the album. But the first single released from the album was a cover of Rock And Roll All Nite performed by the perennial punching bags of SIOL, Poison. Tom and Zeus discuss this version, the good, the bad and the ugly. The song itself, whether it should have been done by Poison or by anyone else. Another episode where strong opinions are given and a special appearance by Shaq and SIOL's favorite "handsome" team, the 1986 Celtics. For all things Shout It Out Loudcast check out our amazing website by clicking below:   www.ShoutItOutLoudcast.com   Interested in more Shout It Out Loudcast content? Care to help us out? Come join us on Patreon by clicking below: SIOL Patreon   Please go to Klick Tee Shop for all your Shout It Out Loudcast Merchandise by clicking below: SIOL Merchandise at Klick Tee Shop   Please Email us comments or suggestions by clicking below: ShoutItOutLoudcast@Gmail.com   Please subscribe to us and give us a 5 Star (Child) review on the following places below: iTunes Podchaser Stitcher iHeart Radio Spotify   Please follow us and like our social media pages clicking below: Twitter Facebook Page Facebook Group Page Shout It Out Loudcasters Instagram YouTube   Please check out our sponsor FusionTech Data & Electric for all your data and electrical needs by clicking below: FusionTech Data And Electric   Proud Member of the Pantheon Podcast click below to see the website: Pantheon Podcast Network Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

TV Guidance Counselor Podcast
TV Guidance Counselor Episode 523: Michael C. Maronna

TV Guidance Counselor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 78:02


June 13-19, 1992 This week Ken welcomes the "Mike" of the Adventures of Danny and Mike and the "Big" of The Adventures of Pete and Pete himself, Michael C. Maronna. Ken and Mike discuss Italian foods, mutual love of seltzer, Galco's Soda Pop Stop, Yelp Reviews,  adult businesses, assimilation, movies with popular soundtracks and eh movies, Judgement Night, The Bodyguard, The Bill Chill, SFW, SLC Punk, Frankenguitars, a love of solder, Nebraska, Los Punks: The Documentary, the music on Pete and Pete, Boston, MTV, Nickelodeon, Katherine Dieckmann, Kate Peirson, LL Cool J, Iggy Pop, King Kongs made of Legos, Hawaiian Punch, toilet paper commercials, being IN the TV Guide you picked, Bob Saget, single Dads, divorced Dads, Wayne's World, Repo Man, our punk rock awakening, What Reba watches, the name "Narvel", creepy LA Gear commercials, British Knights, Space Camp, Double Dare, how John Madden would be the pitch man for just about anything, Dream On, Lorenzo Lamas hosting Evening at the Improv, Quantum Leap, reality TV, Morton Downey Jr, The A-Team, the Gilmore Girls spin off that never happened, the Pete and Pete finale, Mickey Rooney, The Hollywood Museum, correcting people on the name of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, Ed O'Neil, The French Connection, To Live and Die in LA, The Choice Hotels International Special Presentation of Batman Returns: The Bat, The Cat and the Penguin hosted by Robert Urich, Jason Priestly, "Teen Priest", the weirdest episode ever of Drexel's Class, The Driver, how weird Bruce Dern can be, The Home Alone reunion, the secret origins of Snow Day, Chris Koch, the Sony Watchman, Swamp Thing, roller skating parties, not ever roller blading despite your character being fingered for a murder due to roller blading, the helmet panic, what to show your kids, moving from in front of the camera to behind it and vice versa, and paying Thundercats forward.

Shout It Out Loudcast
Episode 174 "The Worst Cover Song Ever?"

Shout It Out Loudcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 103:23 Very Popular


This week Tom & Zeus discuss whether Poison's version of the legendary KISS classic, "Rock And Roll All Nite" is the worst cover song ever. In 1987 the movie Less Than Zero premiered and the Original Motion Soundtrack was a mixture of hard rock, hip hop and contemporary pop. The soundtrack was produced by legendary producer, Rick Rubin. The soundtrack album went gold and featured three singles. The Bangles, LL Cool J, Slayer, Public Enemy were some of the artists on the album. But the first single released from the album was a cover of Rock And Roll All Nite performed by the perennial punching bags of SIOL, Poison. Tom and Zeus discuss this version, the good, the bad and the ugly. The song itself, whether it should have been done by Poison or by anyone else. Another episode where strong opinions are given and a special appearance by Shaq and SIOL's favorite "handsome" team, the 1986 Celtics. For all things Shout It Out Loudcast check out our amazing website by clicking below:   www.ShoutItOutLoudcast.com   Interested in more Shout It Out Loudcast content? Care to help us out? Come join us on Patreon by clicking below: SIOL Patreon   Please go to Klick Tee Shop for all your Shout It Out Loudcast Merchandise by clicking below: SIOL Merchandise at Klick Tee Shop   Please Email us comments or suggestions by clicking below: ShoutItOutLoudcast@Gmail.com   Please subscribe to us and give us a 5 Star (Child) review on the following places below: iTunes Podchaser Stitcher iHeart Radio Spotify   Please follow us and like our social media pages clicking below: Twitter Facebook Page Facebook Group Page Shout It Out Loudcasters Instagram YouTube   Please check out our sponsor FusionTech Data & Electric for all your data and electrical needs by clicking below: FusionTech Data And Electric   Proud Member of the Pantheon Podcast click below to see the website: Pantheon Podcast Network Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Entertainment Tonight
Entertainment Tonight for Friday, May 6, 2022

Entertainment Tonight

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 19:18


Was Amber Heard's testimony ripped from a movie script? The on-stand moment now going viral. Then, Kim Cattrall's “Sex and the City” message as she snapped pics with the series creators. Then, Chrishelle Stause confirms her new romance as her “Selling Sunset” ex-Jason breaks down. Plus, is Mike Myers bringing back Austin Powers? And, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle making a return to the UK with the kids, but are they being iced out by the Queen? Then, why “The Staircase” could be the next TV obsession. And, we're with the starts of “NCIS: LA” celebrating a milestone as LL Cool J plans for a big crossover. Then, Dame Joan Collins spilling all the tea on her wild drama on screen and off. And, we're wrapping up “Iconic TV Mom's” week with Mrs. Walton herself. Why Michael Learned nearly passed on the role.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Shout It Out Loudcast
Episode 174 "The Worst Cover Song Ever?"

Shout It Out Loudcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 100:23


This week Tom & Zeus discuss whether Poison's version of the legendary KISS classic, "Rock And Roll All Nite" is the worst cover song ever. In 1987 the movie Less Than Zero premiered and the Original Motion Soundtrack was a mixture of hard rock, hip hop and contemporary pop. The soundtrack was produced by legendary producer, Rick Rubin. The soundtrack album went gold and featured three singles. The Bangles, LL Cool J, Slayer, Public Enemy were some of the artists on the album. But the first single released from the album was a cover of Rock And Roll All Nite performed by the perennial punching bags of SIOL, Poison