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Best podcasts about Lost Boyz

Latest podcast episodes about Lost Boyz

It's All Good - A Block Club Chicago Podcast
Episode 14 - A Missing Ring's 25-Year Journey Home

It's All Good - A Block Club Chicago Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 19:53


A South Shore Man lost his college championship ring 25-years-ago. Found 500 miles away in the unlikeliest of places, it's back on his finger. Host - Jon HansenReporter - Maxwell Evans

Hood Cash Radio: Podcast Edition
The Ryan Show Fm 7-8-21 Pt 2

Hood Cash Radio: Podcast Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 59:59


@darealmrcheeks132 #LostBoyz album Legal Drug Money turned a quarter century old earlier this summer. However, the celebration of the hip hop masterpiece has only just begun! Join the different creators and contributors to the Lost Boyz debut album will be joining us for a special 2 part episode as we discuss the behind the scenes and making of these songs from a first hand perspective. Before we kicked off the celebration we were joined by friend of the show @jeevzb who needs advice from the hosts and listeners on how to handle a close friend that betrayed him. The crew seems to be split on how to handle the situation but little did Jeevz know we had a solution up our sleeve the whole time

Hood Cash Radio: Podcast Edition
The Ryan Show Fm 7-8-21 Pt 1

Hood Cash Radio: Podcast Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 59:44


@darealmrcheeks132 #LostBoyz album Legal Drug Money turned a quarter century old earlier this summer. However, the celebration of the hip hop masterpiece has only just begun! Join the different creators and contributors to the Lost Boyz debut album will be joining us for a special 2 part episode as we discuss the behind the scenes and making of these songs from a first hand perspective. Before we kicked off the celebration we were joined by friend of the show @jeevzb who needs advice from the hosts and listeners on how to handle a close friend that betrayed him. The crew seems to be split on how to handle the situation but little did Jeevz know we had a solution up our sleeve the whole time

The Son Ranto Show
The Son Ranto Show- "Live From Kansas City"

The Son Ranto Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 63:23


Michael and Danny are live with the Lost Boyz from Kansas City and Crawly comes in remote!Support us. http://www.patreon.com/sonrantoSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

South Side Sox: for Chicago White Sox fans
Estrogen Power Hour Podcast 3 — Stop Defending Abusers! Pay Minor Leaguers! Drink Beer (or not)! — 2021-07-16

South Side Sox: for Chicago White Sox fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2021 87:19


The year is 2021. Thousands of Trevor Bauer bobbleheads gather dust in a warehouse somewhere. Minor leaguers cannot afford housing while working two jobs and “paying their dues.” ESPN's Steven A. Smith proclaims you cannot be baseball's top star if you do not speak English in interviews. On Episode 3 of The Estrogen Power Hour, join Colleen, Janice, Keelin and Chrystal to celebrate the Summer of '54 IPA while breaking down the latest news from a different perspective. Summer of '54 Tapping Event for The Lost Boyz Janice and Keelin attended the Summer of '54 Tapping event for the Lost Boyz on Tuesday, July 13 at the Haymarket Pub + Brewery in Chicago. Summer of ‘54 is an IPA born of a random conversation between Chicagoans and collaborators Jay Westbrook, AKA “The Black Beer Baron” and a craft beer maker, and Shakeia Taylor, a beloved baseball journalist. The name pays tribute to the first summer both Chicago baseball teams had a Black player. Minnie Miñoso joined the White Sox in 1952, while Ernie Banks joined the Cubs in late 1953. The beer is a celebration of baseball and friendship.  In that spirit, proceeds from the sale of each pint were be donated to Lost Boyz Inc, a South Shore based organization that provides instruction, training, and the competition of organized baseball and softball to youths who are not as likely exposed to the game and its many disciplines. Consider donating to Lost Boyz Inc. and grab Summer of '54 from the Haymarket Pub + Brewery. Trevor Bauer Abuse Allegations Since the EPH last met, news broke regarding Trevor Bauer's alleged sexual and physical abuse. The news has initiated several important conversations about consent, victim blaming, and MLB and the Dodgers organization's awkward handling of sexual and domestic violence. The need for allies for victims is more important than ever. Listen in to hear the discussion. Pay Our Minor Leaguers Recently, Advocates for Minor Leaguers shared that minor league players for the Rangers and White Sox organizations were unable to afford apartments due to insufficient income. Listen in as the crew discusses the issue with romanticizing “the hustle” that minor leaguers must endure including working several jobs and not being able to make ends meet. Is it the Interpreters, or Are You Just Racist and/or Xenophobic? While baseball is often called “America's Pastime,” the game of baseball is celebrated and played in many countries. Several MLB players, including stars like Shohei Ohtani and Yoán Moncada, are from countries where English is not the native language. Recently, commentators for blog and media outlets (including ESPN and Barstool) made comments criticizing the previously mentioned players for utilizing an interpreters in interviews rather than “simply” speaking English. The EPH breaks down why this few is harmful — as well as a waste of time. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Between The Sheets
Exile on Badstreet #76: Walking on the Wildside Part 9 w/ Jeff G. Bailey & Dan "The Dragon" Wilson

Between The Sheets

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2021 211:45


Kris Zellner is joined yet again by Jeff G. Bailey (@JeffGBailey1) & Rev. Dan "The Dragon" Wilson (@revdanwilson) as we Walk on the Wildside, discussing the amazing months of June & July 2001 in NWA Wildside. We talk about the fantastic buildup to Freedom Fight 2001 featuring Adam Jacobs's trek in the Wildside TV Title tournament, Jason Cross making a big career decision, the Kohl Twins dumping Jeff for Steve Martin, Caprice Coleman & Jimmy Rave's war for the Wildside Jr. Title, and so much more. We then talk about Freedom Fight 2001 and WAR GAMES!!!!!!!! featuring a major surprise, including why it happened, plus all the major happenings from that show. We also talk about the rise of "Mr. Delicious" Jacey North, the debut of TANK, the Wildside Tag Division becoming elite, Rick Michaels & The Lost Boyz joining the Sinister Minister, and so much damn more. A fantastic show about a fantastic era of NWA Wildside!!!!To support the show and get access to exclusive rewards like special members-only monthly themed shows, go to our Patreon page at Patreon.com/BetweenTheSheets and become an ongoing Patron. Becoming a Between the Sheets Patron will also get you exclusive access to not only the monthly themed episode of Between the Sheets, but also access to our new mailbag segment, a Patron-only chat room on Slack, and anything else we do outside of the main shows!If you're looking for the best deal on a VPN service—short for Virtual Private Network, it helps you get around regional restrictions as well as browse the internet more securely—then VyprVPN is what you've been looking for. Not only will using our link help support Between The Sheets, but you'll get a special discount, with prices as low as $1.67/month if you go with a three year subscription. With numerous great features and even a TV-specific Android app to make streaming easier, there is no better choice if you're looking to subscribe to WWE Network, AEW Plus, and other region-locked services.For the best in both current and classic indie wrestling streaming, make sure to check out IndependentWrestling.tv and use coupon code BTSPOD for a free 5 day trial! (You can also go directly to TinyURL.com/IWTVsheets to sign up that way.) If you convert to a paid subscriber, we get a kickback for referring you, allowing you to support both the show and the indie scene.To subscribe, you can find us on iTunes, Google Play, and just about every other podcast app's directory, or you can also paste Feeds.FeedBurner.com/BTSheets into your favorite podcast app using whatever “add feed manually” option it has.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/between-the-sheets/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

NY FADE
the-AfterParty-VideoWave 2 [Remastered]

NY FADE

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2021 62:05


01. This Is How We Do It - Montell Jordan [0:00] 02. U Know What's Up - Donell Jones ft. Left Eye [2:15] 03. Fantasy [Bad Boy Remix] - Mariah Carey ft. O.D.B. [5:45] 04. Loungin - LL Cool J ft. Total [9:15] 05. Dance Tonight - Lucy Pearl [12:54] 06. Every Little Thing U Do [DawgHouse Mix] - Christopher Williams [15:31] 07. Best Of Me [Part 2] - Mya ft. Jay-Z [17:58] 08. Superwoman - Lil Mo ft. Fabolous [21:32] 09. Gotta Get You Home - Foxy Brown ft. Blackstreet [24:54] 10. Only You [Bad Boy Remix] - 112 ft. The Notorious B.I.G. & Ma$e [28:15] 11. Right Here [Human Nature Mix] - SWV [31:49] 12. Party Ain't A Party - Queen Pen ft. Lost Boyz [34:40] 13. Fiesta [Remix] - R. Kelly ft. Jay-Z, Boo & Gotti [37:46] 14. The Things That You Do - Gina Thompson ft. Missy Elliott [40:57] 15. No One Else - Total ft. Da Brat [43:51] 16. Don't Take It Personal [Just One Of Dem Days] - Monica [47:49] 17. I Miss You [Come Back Home] - Monifah ft. Heavy D [50:23] 18. Can't Be Wasting My Time - Mona Lisa ft. Lost Boyz [53:03] 19. Touch Me Tease Me - Case ft. Foxy Brown & Mary J. Blige [55:12] 20. I Can Love You [Remix] - Mary J. Blige ft. Lil Kim [57:53]

Bleed Cubbie Blue: for Chicago Cubs fans
CCB #112 June Swoons and the Summer of 54

Bleed Cubbie Blue: for Chicago Cubs fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2021 59:06


Sara is joined by special guests Shakeia Taylor and Jay Westbrook to look back on a not great June of Cubs baseball, after the break we are talking about the All Star Game, its terrible uniforms and our excitement for the home run derby, plus a very special collaboration Jay, Shakeia, Haymarket Brewing and The Lost Boyz, Inc are working on to benefit baseball in Chicago's neighborhoods.  From 13:10 to 30:35 we take on the Trevor Bauer situation, MLB's delayed decision to place him on administrative leave and the Dodgers' response. We worked to avoid the most graphic descriptions of that assault, but take care of yourself and if you need to skip ahead, we won't mind. There is some explicit language in this section. Get your ticket: https://www.exploretock.com/haymarketbeer/event/287480/summer-of-54-tapping-event-for-the-lost-boyz/ Donate to Lost Boyz, Inc directly: https://www.lostboyzinc.org/ Learn more about Jay's beer: https://www.instagram.com/blackbeerbaron/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interviews with Tim Einenkel

Big Daddy Kane, Queen Latifah, Public Enemy, Miles Davis, Tupac, The Notorious B.I.G., Busta Rhymes, Craig Mack, Lost Boyz, Heavy D, and the Wu-Tang Clan. These are just some of the artists Easy Mo Bee has produced in his 30 years in the business. Easy Mo Bee sits down on Library Rap from a coffee shop in Harlem for an extraordinary interview which covers the producer's early beginnings, working with Miles Davis, Tupac, Biggie, and Big Daddy Kane; and what similarities he was able to find in each of these artists. Mo Bee also discusses why we should appreciate 90s commercial hip hop, and the reason he decided to stop using samples when creating beats. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Mistaken Identity w/ David & Frank
Club 400: The Award Winning, Ultimate Cubs Fan Experience You Must See

Mistaken Identity w/ David & Frank

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2021 64:53


Did you know that there was a place in Illinois where the Cubs go to hang out after games? Where former Cubs gather to speak and meet with fans? Not only does this location have a Netflix episode dedicated to it, the World Series trophy made a special stop to this amazing man cave.But if you think Club 400 is just a place where players hang out with fans, you're mistaken. This hot spot has another identity and it's one that many Cubs fan benefit from.We'll also chat about the experience Stu McVicar had at Spring Training, our mutual love for the Lost Boyz organization and a rare Q&A session with things Frank has always wanted to know. Be sure to watch the video of this episode on our Facebook page on Opening Day, April 1, 2021 here.Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this, and every episode, are those of the speakers and do not represent the views of any team, corporation or organization.

Cut To It featuring Steve Smith Sr.

Mr. Cheeks, solo rap artist and former member of the legendary rap group “Lost Boyz,” cuts to it in the studio this week. Plus, Backstage Joe thinks he can school Steve and G on their rap game. 

Post Rhetoric
Episode 15 - Rhet Brigade Fund Raiser

Post Rhetoric

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2021 28:38


Short episode to try and rally the Rhet Brigade aka the Lost Boyz aka the Rhet Heads to fund our upcoming legal battle / lavish lifestyles. - Intro- Update on Mike and JP's murder charge- Fund raiser- Lost Rhetoric 038 and 039 breakdown- Top 5 things we've been listen to- Top 5 locations that listened to episode 14- Chickin In A Biskit $pot- Outro

Chicago Cubs Club 400 Podcast

As we near the end of Black History Month, I think of African American Heroes that have made a profound impact on my life - there are too many to name, but here are some: Ernie Banks, Kirby Puckett, Jackie Robinson, Prince, Morgan Freeman, Alan Page and now I can add one...the guest on today's show. I had not heard of LaVonte Stewart until the other day, and then we had a chance to interview him and hear his story. His organization, the Lost Boyz was founded in 2009 by LaVonte Stewart, an area resident, who felt a call to action after witnessing antisocial behavioral patterns increasingly impact local youth. Having experienced firsthand the profound impact baseball can have on a child’s development, LaVonte rallied the community around organized youth baseball. In 2014, Lost Boyz observed this persistent pattern affecting young ladies as well. They extended our service to include girls. Their programs include both girls and boys. Listen to this podcast to hear someone truly making a difference in this world and who uses baseball as the core of his business.

DJ DOCKTA ILL'S ICE KOLD MUSIC SHOW
Dj Dockta Ill's IKMS B/O Lost Boyz & M.O.P

DJ DOCKTA ILL'S ICE KOLD MUSIC SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2021 210:22


B/O Lost Boyz & M.O.P

Contrast Uncut
Uncle Snoops Army and Bobby Dee Presents Contrast Uncut S4 EP 7 LT HUTTON DAYS ON DEATHROW 2PAC RUTHLESS RECORDS ALL EYEZ ON ME

Contrast Uncut

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2021 56:42


LT Hutton has worked on several projects with Death Row Records, and became the head of A&R at Ruthless Records, Interscope Records. Starting out working on Death Row projects, he branched off on his own to work with the likes of Lost Boyz, Lloyd, Immature, B2K, Daz, Snoop Dogg, Soopafly, Mariah Carey, Ray J, Da Brat, MC Ren and Eazy-E Uncle Snoops Army and Bobby Dee Presents Contrast Uncut Hosted By Zylo Hefferan  Produced by Kev King  Executive Produced by Zylo Hefferan Keith Fingers Jr.  Music by Jay P Bangz  Intro: Sequence  Outro: King dreams ft myguymars “CUZ OF YOU” Produced by myguymars mike & keys of 1500 or Nothin

NY FADE
The After Party [Part 2] [90’s R&B]

NY FADE

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2020 62:06


01. This Is How We Do It – Montell Jordan [0:00]02. U Know What’s Up – Donell Jones ft. Left Eye [2:14]03. Fantasy [Bad Boy Remix] – Mariah Carey ft. O.D.B. [5:44]04. Loungin – LL Cool J ft. Total [9:14]05. Dance Tonight – Lucy Pearl [12:54]06. Every Little Thing U Do [DawgHouse Mix] – Christopher Williams [15:29]07. Best Of Me [Part 2] – Mya ft. Jay-Z [17:58]08. Superwoman – Lil Mo ft. Fabolous [21:33]09. Gotta Get You Home – Foxy Brown ft. Blackstreet [24:55]10. Only You [Bad Boy Remix] – 112 ft. The Notorious B.I.G. & Mase [28:16]11. Right Here [Human Nature Mix] – SWV [31:48]12. Party Ain’t A Party – Queen Pen ft. Lost Boyz [34:40]13. Fiesta [Remix] – R. Kelly ft. Jay-Z, Boo & Gotti [37:45]14. The Things That You Do – Gina Thompson ft. Missy Elliott [40:57]15. No One Else – Total ft. Da Brat [43:51]16. Don’t Take It Personal [Just One Of Dem Days] – Monica [47:49]17. I Miss You [Come Back Home] – Monifah ft. Heavy D [50:23]18. Can’t Be Wasting My Time – Mona Lisa ft. Lost Boyz [53:04]19. Touch Me Tease Me – Case ft. Foxy Brown & Mary J. Blige [55:10]20. I Can Love You [Remix] – Mary J. Blige ft. Lil Kim [57:53]

Paint The Town Podcast
Episode 114 - Spencer Couture

Paint The Town Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2020 70:13


Spencer Coutoure is a Graffiti Pop Artist from Boulder, CO who currently resides in Las Vegas, Nevada. Topics: Teachr's son is visiting a specific website, Spencer survived the 2020 Beirut explosion, Lost Boyz, Hippies in Boulder, San Diego, Do people with money have the best taste in art?, Studio Tour, Johnny Versace.

Afro Pop Remix
1996: You Ain’t Killing 2Pac Softly

Afro Pop Remix

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2020 61:34


Topics: Tupac death, Fugees, Set It Off, Moesha (Bonus Artist: hidingtobefound) http://afropopremix.com 1996 Snapshots 1.    President: Bill Clinton 2.    Jan - Whitewater scandal: U.S. First Lady Hillary Clinton testifies before a grand jury. 3.    Feb - Daniel Green is convicted of the murder of James Jordan, the father of basketball star Michael Jordan. 4.    Mar - Lyle and Erik Menendez are found guilty of first-degree murder for the shotgun killing of their parents. 5.    Apr - Chicago Bulls set a new NBA record for the most wins in a season, 70. 6.    May -? 7.    Jun - The Colorado Avalanche wins their first Stanley Cup in their first season based out of Denver and The Chicago Bulls win their fourth NBA Championship by defeating the Seattle Supersonics. 8.    July - The Centennial Olympic Park bombing at the 1996 Summer Olympics kills 2 and injures 111. 9.    Aug - Tiger Woods makes his professional PGA Tour debut. 10.    Sep - Tupac Shakur dies. 11.    Oct - The Fox News Channel is launched. 12.    Nov - Bill Clinton defeats Republican challenger Bob Dole to win his second term. 13.    Dec - Death of JonBenét Ramsey: A six-year-old beauty queen is beaten and strangled in the basement of her family's home in Boulder, Colorado; her body is found the following day. 14.    Open Comments: 15.    Music Snapshots 16.    #1 Macarena (Bayside Boys Mix), Los del Río 17.    #2 One Sweet Day, Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men 18.    #3 Because You Loved Me, Celine Dion 19.    Record of the Year: Change the World – Eric Clapton 20.    Album of the Year: Falling Into You – Celine Dion 21.    Song of the Year: Change the World 22.    Best New Artist: LeAnn Rimes 23.    Best Female R&B Vocal Performance: You're Makin' Me High – Toni Braxton 24.    Best Male R&B Vocal Performance: Your Secret Love – Luther Vandross 25.    Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal: Killing Me Softly – Fugees 26.    Best R&B Song: Exhale (Shoop Shoop), Babyface, songwriter (Whitney Houston) 27.    Best R&B Album: Words – The Tony Rich Project 28.    Best Rap Solo Performance: Hey Lover – LL Cool J 29.    Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group: Tha Crossroads – Bone Thugs-N-Harmony 30.    Best Rap Album: The Score – Fugees 31.    Movie Snapshots 32.    #1 Independence Day 33.    #2 Twister 34.    #3 Mission: Impossible 35.    Notables: Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood, The Birdcage, Fargo, A Thin Line Between Love and Hate, The Nutty Professor, Kazaam, Set It Off, Space Jam, Jerry Maguire. 36.    TV Snapshots 37.    #1 - ER 38.    #2 - Seinfeld 39.    #3 - Suddenly Susan 40.    Debuts: Moesha, The Daily Show, Kenan & Kel, The Steve Harvey Show, In The House, Malcolm & Eddie, Homeboys in Outer Space, The Jamie Foxx Show 41.    Economic Snapshots 42.    Income = 36.3k (Previously 36K) 43.    House = 118.2K (113) 44.    Car = 16.3k (15.5) 45.    Rent = 554(550) 46.    Harvard = 27.5k (26k) 47.    Movie = 4.42 (4.35) 48.    Gas = 1.22 (1.12) 49.    Stamp = .32 (-) 50.    Social Scene: Tupac Killed 51.    Childhood: Tupac Shakur, born Parish Crooks, was born on June 16, 1971, to Black Panther activist parents in New York City. Thirteen days later, his mother, Alice Faye Walker (Afeni Shakur), changed his name. The parents wanted to avoid him being targeted by Black Panther-affiliated enemies. His mother was imprisoned while she was pregnant with him. Tupac's father, Billy Garland, was also a Panther but lost contact with Afeni when Tupac was five years old. The rapper would not see his father again until he was 23 - I thought my father was dead all my life. 52.    Early Life: He had a difficult childhood, as he grew up in the company of criminals, militant activist, violence, and a drugged addicted mother with a transient lifestyle. Art became a constructive and safe escape. His first acting stint was in 1983 (@12 yrs. old) with the Harlem’s 127th StreetRepertory Ensemble when he performed in a play ‘A Raisin in the Sun’ at the Apollo Theater. In 1984, Tupac's family moved from New York City to Baltimore, Maryland.There he studied poetry, jazz, acting, and ballet at the Baltimore School for the Arts and befriended Jada Pinkett. The family later moved to Marin City, California, across the bay from Oakland, in 1988 (@17 yrs. old). They went to the home of a woman Afeni had been close to during her Black Panther days and lived in a poor housing complex, referred to as ‘the Jungle.’ 53.    Early Career: While attending high school he participated in a poetry workshop known as The Microphone Sessions, organized by Leila Steinberg, who would eventually become his first manager. She introduced 19-year-old Tupac to Atron Gregory, a manager for the World Class Wrekin Cru’ and tour manager for NWA, who had just returned to the Bay Area, started TNT Records, and quickly gained attention by signing Digital Underground.  Gregory matched Tupac with Digital Underground as a roadie and backup dancer. Tupac’s talent was soon recognized by the group, and he began rapping in some of their songs. He debuted on ‘Same Song,’ which was featured in the 1991 film Nothing But Trouble. (@20 yrs. old) 54.    Solo Career: He released his debut solo album ‘2Pacalypse Now’ in 1991. (Big hit - 'Brenda's Got a Baby') Also in 1991, Shakur filed a $10-million lawsuit against the Oakland Police Department for allegedly brutalizing him over jaywalking. The case was settled for about $43,000. (1992 - Juice, first starring role) His second album, ‘Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z’ came out in 1993. It was more successful than its predecessor and contained the hits ‘Keep Ya Head Up’ and ‘I Get Around’. (1993 - Poetic Justice, co-starred with Janet Jackson) In 1994, he formed a group Thug Life and they released one album ‘Thug Life: Volume 1. (1994 - Above the Rim, Co-starred with Duane Martin) During this period he had several brushes with the law (he was associated with the shooting of a 6 yr. old Qa'id Walker-Teal in Marin City / shooting two policemen / various physical assaults) and was shot in an armed robbery case. After recovering from the shooting, he was sent to prison on a sexual assault charge. He released the album ‘Me Against the World’ in 1995 (@24) while serving his prison term. The album was an immediate hit and debuted at number one on the Billboard 200. 55.    Final Album: During 1995, while imprisoned, impoverished, and with his mother about to lose her house, Tupac had his wife get word to Marion Suge Knight, in Los Angeles, boss of the Death Row Records, at the time a verry successful company, and asked for a meeting. Tupac's mother received $15k, Suge paid Tupac's $1.4m bail, signed the rapper, and went to work on the album ‘All Eyez on Me’. The album was recorded in two weeks! In a matter of two weeks, Tupac recorded and completed the double-disc album, completing two out of three albums he owed Death Row. (The third release would end up being the posthumously released The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory) Released in February of 1996, the album featured five singles and went multi-Platinum in just a few months after its release. 56.    Death: Seven months later, in September 1996, Tupac was killed in a drive-by shooting. He was 25 years old. 57.    Open Comments: 58.    Question: Confused young man or someone to be taken seriously? (What did he represent?) 59.    Music Scene: 60.    Black Songs in the Top 40 61.    #1 Macarena (Bayside Boys Mix), Los del Río 62.    #2 One Sweet Day, Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men 63.    #4 Nobody Knows, The Tony Rich Project 64.    #5 Always Be My Baby, Mariah Carey 65.    #6 Give Me One Reason, Tracy Chapman 66.    #7 Tha Crossroads, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony 67.    #9 You're Makin' Me High / Let It Flow, Toni Braxton 68.    #10 Twisted, Keith Sweat 69.    #11 C'mon N' Ride It (The Train), Quad City DJ's 70.    #14 Exhale (Shoop Shoop), Whitney Houston 71.    #16 Sittin' Up in My Room, Brandy 72.    #17 How Do U Want It / California Love, 2Pac featuring K-Ci and JoJo 73.    #20 Hey Lover, LL Cool J 74.    #21 Loungin, LL Cool J 75.    #23 Be My Lover, La Bouche 76.    #27 I Can't Sleep Baby (If I), R. Kelly 77.    #32 Not Gon' Cry, Mary J. Blige 78.    #33 Gangsta's Paradise, Coolio featuring L.V. 79.    #34 Only You, 112 featuring The Notorious B.I.G. and Mase 80.    #35 Down Low (Nobody Has to Know), R. Kelly featuring The Isley Brothers 81.    #36 You're the One, SWV 82.    #37 Sweet Dreams, La Bouche 83.    #38 Before You Walk Out of My Life / Like This and Like That, Monica 84.    #40 1, 2, 3, 4 (Sumpin' New), Coolio 85.    #42 No Diggity, Blackstreet featuring Dr. Dre 86.    Vote: 87.    Top RnB Albums 88.    Jan - Waiting to Exhale, Soundtrack / Various artists 89.    Feb - Str8 off tha Streetz of Muthaphukkin Compton, Eazy-E 90.    Mar - All Eyez on Me, 2Pac 91.    Mar - The Score, Fugees 92.    Apr - The Coming, Busta Rhymes 93.    Apr - The Resurrection, Geto Boys 94.    Jun - Gettin' It (Album Number Ten), Too Short 95.    Jun - Legal Drug Money, Lost Boyz 96.    Jun - The Nutty Professor, Soundtrack / Various artists 97.    Jul - Secrets, Toni Braxton 98.    Jul - Keith Sweat, Keith Sweat 99.    Jul - It Was Written, Nas 100.    Aug - Beats, Rhymes and Life, A Tribe Called Quest 101.    Sep - ATLiens, Outkast 102.    Sep - Home Again, New Edition 103.    Oct - Another Level, Blackstreet 104.    Nov - Bow Down, Westside Connection 105.    Nov - Ironman, Ghostface Killah 106.    Nov - The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory, Makaveli 107.    Nov - Tha Doggfather, Snoop Dogg 108.    Dec - Hell on Earth, Mobb Deep 109.    Dec - Muddy Waters, Redman 110.    Vote: 111.    Featured Artist: The Fugees 112.    Lauryn Hill (@21 yrs. old in 1996) was born in 1975 to a high school teacher and computer expert in New Jersey. Her mother played piano and her father sang in nightclubs. Young Lauryn sang in church choirs, gospel groups and showed a strong voice. She loved '60s and '70s soul and by age thirteen, she was playing the amateur night showtime at the Apollo, doing a cover of Smokey Robinson's "Who's Loving You". Hill nabbed minor roles on television's As the World Turns and in the film Sister Act II: Back in the Habit. Her work with the Fugees began in 1987 in high school with friend Prakazrel Samuel Michel. 113.    "Pras" (@23 in 1996) was born in Brooklyn in 1972 and raised in New Jersey. He showed an early interest in music and attended Rutgers University and Yale University, pursuing a double major in Philosophy and Psychology. 114.    Wyclef Jean (@27 yrs. old) was born in 1969 in Haiti, the son of a minister. When he was nine, he moved to the projects of Brooklyn, and later New Jersey, where he took up guitar and the study of music. 115.    The trio formed in the late '80s, named themselves the Tranzlator Crew and used Hill's soap opera acting proceeds to pay for equipment. They toured the tri-state area and were signed to major label Ruffhouse/Columbia in 1993. Hill was still a minor. Shortly thereafter, they renamed themselves Fugees, a derisive slang term for refugees, and released a debut 12-inch Fugees (Tranzlator Crew) "Boof Baf" to no notable sales. 116.    Their 1994 debut LP Blunted on Reality, stylized in a fashion like A Tribe Called Quest, Poor Righteous Teachers, and Digable Planets, did better. However, it was the remixed versions of "Nappy Head (Mona Lisa)" and "Vocab" that earned the group another budget for a follow-up album. (Also, notable, in later interviews Pras would say that a married Wyclef and the underage Hill were having a clandestine relationship at the time) 117.    Combining a mix of conscious hip hp, soul, and reggae, with a homemade basement studio, sampled melodies, live guitars, bass, keys, "The Score" arrived in 1996, filling the void between gangsta and glitter. It became an instant classic, ultimately selling over 18 million copies. 118.    Open Comments: 119.    Internal "Affairs": In the summer of 1996, on the Smoking Grooves Tour, Hill met Rohan Marley, (one of Bob Marley's kids) and even though the former University of Miami football player was initially rebuffed, because Hill was still seeing Jean, , no one knew who the child really belonged to. 120.    In the summer of 1996 Hill had met Rohan Marley, a son of Bob Marley and a former University of Miami football player. Hill subsequently began a relationship with him, while still also involved with the married Wyclef. She soon became visibly pregnant. Marley and Hill's first child was born the following summer. 121.    Soon after Zion was born, she learned that Marley already had a wife and two children from another marriage. 122.    Amid newfound international fame and baby Daddy drama, Wyclef did not support Hill's solo desires (she had made appearances on Wyclef's solo project), thus leading to the group splitting up. 123.    Hill started work on The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill; blocking out Wyclef Jean from any type of production help after he had snubbed her. Her old-school takes on "Doo Wop (That Thing)" helped it rule the charts in 1998 and win five Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year, Best New Artist, Best Female R&B Vocal Performance, Best R&B Song, and Best R&B Album -- the most ever for a woman. 124.    Meanwhile, Hill was having more of Marley's children and becoming close with Brother Anthony, a spiritual adviser who studied the Bible with her several times per week. In 2001, she recorded an MTV Unplugged session where she broke down in tears and admitted to being deranged and emotionally unstable. Rolling Stone called the session "a public breakdown", though it debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 and went platinum. 125.    She has been a sporadic and reluctant public figure ever since. 126.    Question: Have you ever had an affair with a co-worker? How did it turn out? 127.    Movie Scene: Set It Off. [Directed by F. Gary Gray Action, Crime, Drama, Romance, Thriller. Starring Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett, and Vivica A. Fox] 128.    Rotten Tomatoes, Critics Consensus: It may not boast an original plot, but Set It Off is a satisfying, socially conscious heist film thanks largely to fine performances from its leads. 129.    Emanuel Levy, Variety 11-1996: Influenced by "Thelma & Louise" and "Waiting to Exhale," F. Gary Gray's "Set It Off" is a well-crafted girls-n-the-hood actioner, with an acute social conscience and plenty of soul. A tale of female bonding and empowerment, this relevant film boasts a terrific cast, headed by Jada Pinkett and Queen Latifah in career-making performances. 130.    Stephen Holden, New York Times 11-1996: Just Trying to Get Even While They Get Rich. On the long list of Hollywood heist movies that make you root for its criminals to steal a million dollars and live happily ever after, F. Gary Gray's film ''Set It Off'' is one of the most poignantly impassioned. If this messy roller coaster of a film often seems to be going in several directions at once, it never for a second loses empathy for its quartet of black female bank robbers who grew up together in a Los Angeles housing project and earn meager wages working for a janitorial service... A pop psychologist might translate the story into a fable called ''Women Who Rob Banks and the Society That Hates Them.' 131.    Roger Ebert 11-1996: “Set It Off” is advertised as a thriller about four black women who rob banks. But it's a lot more than that. It creates a portrait of the lives of these women that's so observant and informed; it's like “Waiting to Exhale” with a strong jolt of reality. The movie surprised and moved me: I expected a routine action picture and was amazed how much I started to care about the characters. 132.    Kent, Entertainment Weekly 09-2019: Why Set It Off is an era-defining film that shouldn't be remade. We are clearly in the age of reboots and remakes, but the '90s heist film is irreplaceable. 133.    Question 1: Remake or Sequel? 134.    Question 2: Do we really want more black female action heroines/stories? (i.e., women of Black Panther, "Breaking In" movie, Berry, Valkyrie, Guardians...etc.) 135.    TV Scene: Moesha 136.    Screen Rant: No show lasts for six seasons without making a cultural impact; Moesha was nominated for 32 awards and won three: two NAACP Image Awards and one SHINE Award. The series was syndicated, and still airs around the world. Netflix picked up streaming rights to the series in 2020, which became available to US subscribers on August 1, 2020. As new viewers will discover, however, despite how influential the show was, it ends abruptly after a significant cliffhanger for the main character in the season 6 finale. Despite the recognition, the show steadily declined in ratings, leading to its cancelation. 137.    Moesha Mitchell went through quite the journey on Moesha. At the beginning of the series, Moesha was still dealing with her mother's death a few years prior and learning to come to terms with her new stepmother, Deirdre "Dee" Mitchel (Sheryl Lee Ralph) — who just happened to be the vice principal at Moesha's school. The final season sees Brandy experiencing the trials and tribulations of being a young adult, complete with an engagement to long-time on-again, off-again boyfriend Quinton "Q" Brooks (Fredro Starr) and attending college. The final episode ends with the reveal of a positive pregnancy test in Moesha's dorm — who it belongs to, however, is a mystery. Since the show never got another season, the storyline was never resolved. 138.    According to EW, at the time, UPN's plan was to address the pregnancy cliffhanger in the spin-off series The Parkers, which premiered on the network in 1999. The Parkers followed Moesha's "boy-crazy" friend Kimberly Ann "Kim" Parker as she navigated attending college with her mother, who has decided to enlist at the same time as her daughter. For unknown reasons, however, the planned resolution never took place, despite The Parkers running until 2005. With there being reports of a possible reboot series in the works, perhaps this Moesha storyline — as well as the question of what happened to Moesha's brother Myles, who disappeared in the finale — can finally be laid to rest." 139.    Question: Is it reboot worthy? / Is any classic black TV show reboot worthy? 140.    Vote: Best/most important/favorite pop culture item from 1996?

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Banking On Music with Jd Webb
024: Paul Tu'ivai

Banking On Music with Jd Webb

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2020 35:51


Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross, Smokey Robinson, Boys 2 Men, Teena Marie, Brian McKnight and Jo-Jo are a few of the artists Paul “Big Paul” Tu’ivai has had on his roster as a Label Executive at Warner Brothers, Universal and Sony. He has represented the creative projects of music luminaries like Nelly, Cash Money, Juvenile, Stephen Marley, Chamillionaire, Akon, Kem, Erykah Badu, India Arie, Lost Boyz and Damien Marley, Eric Benet and Tamia and was instrumental in their rise to certified superstars. Paul is also responsible for launching the careers of Lil’ Wayne and Nelly. Currently Paul is putting his talents and experience to work for several ventures, leveraging his industry contacts in concert with his promotional experience and skills to help organizations bring new and innovative products to market.

The Son Ranto Show
Breaking Down the Bob Kendrick Interview

The Son Ranto Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2020 104:33


Hosts of Cuppa Cubbie Blue and The Son Ranto Show break down the Interview with Negro Leagues Museum President, Bob Kendrick and John Baker. Featuring LaVonte Stewart of Lost Boyz!

The Son Ranto Show
JBD: The Bob Kendrick Conversation

The Son Ranto Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2020 88:16


Cubs mental skills coordinator John Baker talks with Negro Leagues Museum President Bob Kendrick and Lost Boyz LaVonte Stewart. Hosted by Danny Rockett and Crawly of The Son Ranto Show.

The Son Ranto Show
John Baker and Lavonte Stewart from Lost Boyz (Full Interview)

The Son Ranto Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2020 75:26


The full conversation between Cubs Mental Skills Coordinator John Baker and Executive Director of Lost Boyz, Lavonte Stewart. Hosted by Danny Rockett and Corey Fineran.

Sports Philanthropy Podcast
S3:EP2--LaVonte Stewart, Lost Boyz

Sports Philanthropy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2020 49:40


Listen to S3:EP2 of the Sports Philanthropy Podcast as LaVonte Stewart, Founder and Executive Director of Lost Boyz, joins our host Roy Kessel.

QSJ Radio Podcast
5.21.2020 #MADLUH Interview Rogues P |

QSJ Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2020 70:25


Somewhere in the suburbs of Long Island, NY comes a young entrepreneur by the name of Ross Thomas aka Rouges P. Since the mid 1990’s, after a stint in the US Army and crawling his way through the streets, Rogues began his climb in the music industry. He started out writing poetry at a very young age, entering and winning writing contests across Long Island. Around 1997, he entered a few talent shows and was often told how good he was. Rogues states “Everyone that knew me told me that I was good and with a little more practice I could make a name for myself.” He decided then to take all the advice and constructive criticism he could and keep it in mind and grow as an artist.   Since then, he has performed nationally and overseas. In addition, he has opened up for names such as Black Rob, Rah Digga, Fred Da Godson, Mr. Cheeks of the Lost Boyz as a special guest on the Shut Em Down Tour along with countless others, and also performed at TGI Friday's in Westbury, NY and the legendary BB King's Blues Club in NYC. In addition, he headlined a Cancer Benefit in March of 2018 in Spanaway, Washington and organized the Dementia Awareness Benefit Event on Long Island, NY in October 0f 2018. Rogues recently released his new single “Your Desire” ft. Scotty Mac on all major digital music platforms. In 2019, Rogues will be headlining his own tour, "The DRR American Royalty Tour in Australia" w/ special guest OddBall and members of his team, Dark Reign Royalty. With the growth he’s shown as an artist and businessman, Rogues’ catch phrase “They Know Me” is most definitely appropriate. Be on the lookout for this growing artist and businessman in the music industry as he and his team are sure to take the world by storm.   Music is on all platform Spotify, iTunes, & Amazon DRRRoyalGarments.Dizzyjam.com  

RUFF, RUGGED & RAW – HipHop straight outta Leipzig.
RUFF, RUGGED & RAW Radioshow #Reloaded 015 w/ Me, myself & i (06/2020).

RUFF, RUGGED & RAW – HipHop straight outta Leipzig.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2020 58:51


HipHop-Mix-Show und zeitlose Retrospektiven straight outta Leipzig, rapresented by Kalm & DJ derbystarr vom 26. Juni. Mit Herz am Ohr, Auge auf der Subkultur und Lieblingsessen: Tellerrand. Am Start, just me, myself & i. Every 4th Saturday, ON:AIR, 6:00 PM. Local LE UKW: 99,2 MHz / 94,4 MHz / 89,2 MHz Show: www.radioblau.de/redaktion/ruff-rugged-raw-radioshow/ Stream: www.stream.radioblau.de Link Up: www.derbystarr.com * + P-Money, Slum Village & Jazzy Jeff, Pete Rock & The Lost Boyz, Djar One & Micall Parknsun, Suff Daddy & Eloquent, Hiob, Public Enemy & DJ Premier, Childish Gambino, Kuso Gvki, Ghetto Brothers, Saian Supa Crew, Kela Futi x Lego, Patrice Rushen x Fela Kulki, Redman, Common, Nepumuk, Beppo S. & Peter B., Jim Brown... Its not about makin' a hit, its about makin' a classic. AIGHT!

I Want All The Smoke
Episode 95 | "2020 Wildin'…"

I Want All The Smoke

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2020 154:06


  On This Episode: J. Thaddeus comes through to the guest host chair (@JThaddeus Music) Eydol making college kids cry Campion gear that we rick to get your boots knocked!!! We break down ladies in lingerie Going to jail for putting your kids in a better school The Breonna Taylor Shooting Da Brat's journey coming out Toxic patriotism is a thing, and it needs to stop Breaking down Drew Brees' comments on kneeling The reasons why "All Lives Matter" is detrimental  What's the best story in Hip Hop?   This week in Hip Hop History The Fat Boys released their debut album Fat Boys May 29, 1984 Wu-Tang Clan released their second studio album Wu-Tang Forever June 3, 1997 Lost Boyz released their debut album Legal Drug Money June 4, 1996   Follow I Want All The Smoke’s Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2WfFuzexuzKHznaNQyyWgA?si=Eo5OTSW5S2avZC2Oms_S2A   Follow Static Poetic’s (@DarkWaveVegan) Best of the decades Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/user/s.c.russell?si=ZserZ84CRRWvgj-DKzYTyA   Instagram: @_IWantAllTheSmoke // @Eydol_1 // @IAmWillHaze     Facebook Pages: www.facebook.com/IWANTALLTHESMOKEPODCAST www.facebook.com/digitaldiamondnetwork/ www.facebook.com/eydol1/ www.facebook.com/IAmWillHaze/   Brought to you by: Digital Diamond Network

Mouv' Live Club : Serom
#125 : YC, Ying Yang Twins, Lost Boyz, Mobb Deep...

Mouv' Live Club : Serom

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2020 60:02


durée : 01:00:02 - Mouv' Live Club : Serom - Serom balance sa sélection de nouveautés, de classiques rap, R&B ou dancehall.

Mr. Throwback Thursday
Episode 327 – King Key

Mr. Throwback Thursday

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2020 127:44


Happy Throwback Thursday, everyone. This week, the boys say goodbye to a hip hop legend, Uncle Russ’ revelation, sneaker raffles, and a lot of Doctor talk. They also bring you some Wu, a new segment, and unreleased music from Lost Boyz. What else? Let’s listen Fresh in Peace Free Samples Childish Russ Air Stans Dr. […] The post Episode 327 – King Key appeared first on Mr. Throwback Thursday.

Mr. Throwback Thursday
Episode 327 – King Key

Mr. Throwback Thursday

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2020 127:44


Happy Throwback Thursday, everyone. This week, the boys say goodbye to a hip hop legend, Uncle Russ’ revelation, sneaker raffles, and a lot of Doctor talk. They also bring you some Wu, a new segment, and unreleased music from Lost Boyz. What else? Let’s listen Fresh in Peace Free Samples Childish Russ Air Stans Dr. … The post Episode 327 – King Key appeared first on Mr. Throwback Thursday.

The Maggy Thump Show
#237 new Quelle Chris / Swarvy / Lost Boyz / Alfa Mist / The Hempolics

The Maggy Thump Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2020 56:22


full tracklist here: www.maggysrooftoaperial.com

Barbershop Talk
Episode 120 ''Remixes'' (part 2)

Barbershop Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2020 80:59


This week we discuss some of our favorite remixes in hip hop history, the new Lost Boyz album ''Grand Scheme 12:26'',Diddy instigating B.I.G.'s murder,Naughty by Nature's latest fuckery,and of course all things current in Hip Hop culture.Tune in... --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tavon-prince-nelson/support

Barbershop Talk
Episode 120 ''Remixes'' (part 1)

Barbershop Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2020 110:27


This week we discuss some of our favorite remixes in hip hop history, the new Lost Boyz album ''Grand Scheme 12:26'',Diddy instigating B.I.G.'s murder,Naughty by Nature's latest fuckery,and of course all things current in Hip Hop culture.Tune in... --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tavon-prince-nelson/support

Yo ATL Raps Podcast
Yo ATL Raps Full Interview With Mr Cheeks

Yo ATL Raps Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2020 26:08


Street Sweepa the host and Da Real Mike Pain sit down with Terrance Kelly, known professionally as Mr. Cheeks, is an American rapper best known for his work with the musical group Lost Boyz and as a solo artist. For Booking interviews email Darriobull@gmail.com

Golden Years of Hip Hop mix
Time To Chill 52 by dj Trem

Golden Years of Hip Hop mix

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2020 31:54


CARL THOMAS - i wish RAH DIGGA ft CARL THOMAS - so cool ASHANTI ft JA RULE - foolish STEFANIE BOLTON - why MONIFAH ft HEAVY D - i miss you (come back home) AALIYAH ft DMX - come back in one piece MARY J BLIGE - all nights long DAVE HOLLISTER ft ERICK SERMON - the weekend ALFONZO HUNTER - just the way (rmx) MONA LISA ft LOST BOYZ - can't be waisting my time P DIDDY ft USHER & LOON - i need a girl (part one) CARL THOMAS ft FAITH EVANS - so emotional NEXT - jerk THE NOTORIOUS B.I.G. - lovin' you tonight (instru)

Nyash254
Dj Kalonje Oldskul jamz live by deejaykalonje - Mp3

Nyash254

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2020 55:16


TAGGED #rap#r'n'b#oldskul#jamz Dj Kalonje Takes you back to the 90's Rnb And olskul jamz, Hiphop best of R.Kelly, Boyz to men, aliyah, Kieth Sweat, Mase, Blackstreet Boyz, Lost Boyz, Lets take it back, your comments and feedback is very important. add on instragram @deejaykalonje add on snapchat @deejaykalonje for bookings please contact me on +254725686724 on gmail deejaykalonje@gmail.com

Nyash254
Dj Kalonje Oldskul jamz live by deejaykalonje - Mp3

Nyash254

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2020 55:16


TAGGED #rap#r'n'b#oldskul#jamz Dj Kalonje Takes you back to the 90's Rnb And olskul jamz, Hiphop best of R.Kelly, Boyz to men, aliyah, Kieth Sweat, Mase, Blackstreet Boyz, Lost Boyz, Lets take it back, your comments and feedback is very important. add on instragram @deejaykalonje add on snapchat @deejaykalonje for bookings please contact me on +254725686724 on gmail deejaykalonje@gmail.com

Melissa Billie Clark Show Podcast
Legendary D.J Frankie Cutlass on the Melissa Billie Clark Show

Melissa Billie Clark Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2020 49:30


Interview with legendary D.J Frankie Cutlass and guests, on the Melissa Billie Clark Show. Frankie Cutlass, is an American Platinum producer, DJ, rapper, musician, writer, and remixer from Harlem, New York, United States. He is best known for his hits "Puerto Rico Ho" and "Shake Whatcha Mama Gave Ya." It was Cutlass's brother who first inspired him to DJ, and Cutlass first used the decks in the 1980s at the age of 12. Shortly after, he started working as a DJ at local parties and clubs. Cutlass first hit the scene at the age of 15 and one year later left school to embrace a full-time music career. He soon moved into production as well, working with Freestyle music artists such as TKA, K-7, Sa-Fire, The Cover Girls, George Lamond, Judy Torres, and Lisette Melendez. In 1994, Cutlass used his own label, Hoody Records, to produce The Frankie Cutlass Show, from which his single "Puerto Rico" played on the underground club circuit. In 1995, Cutlass released his second single "Boriquas on the Set" featuring Fat Joe, Doo Wop, and Ray Boogie as an underground hit, and it would lead him to a recording deal with Relativity Records/ Violator Records. By the mid-1990s, Cutlass was a member of the Funkmaster Flex team "The Flip Squad" and started spinning at special events, and on the airwaves for New York City's Hot 97 (WQHT) Radio Station. Frankie's interest had expanded into production as well as leading him to work with popular artists such as Notorious B.I.G, Uncle Luke, Fat Joe, Shaggy, Rayvon, Akinyele, Mad Lion and veteran Latin Music artists such as Tito Nieves on his smash "I Like It Like That" 1997 saw the release of his second album, Politics & Bullshit, paying tribute to old-school rap and featuring artists such as Redman, Busta Rhymes, Mobb Deep, Fat Joe, Smif-n-Wessun, Sadat X, Biz Markie, Craig G, Kool G Rap, M.O.P., Keith Murray, Heltah Skeltah, the Lost Boyz and Roxanne Shanté.The third single, "The Cypher, Pt. 3," reunited several veterans of Marley Marl productions, including Biz Markie, Roxanne Shanté, Big Daddy Kane, and Craig G --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/melissabillieclark/support

Indy Wrestling is Dead
Ep 7 - Lost Boyz & TK Cooper Interview

Indy Wrestling is Dead

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2020 34:00


Before our last show, //NCL.23/ HEAVIER THAN AIR Tom & Chop spoke to TK Cooper, Lost Boyz and a v quick cameo from Eddie Kingston! What did he think of the Angel of the North?! ALSO listen to Chop talk about stotties.

In Da Street Radio
The After Party [Part 2] [90’s R&B]

In Da Street Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2019 62:06


01. This Is How We Do It – Montell Jordan [0:00] 02. U Know What’s Up – Donell Jones ft. Left Eye [2:14] 03. Fantasy [Bad Boy Remix] – Mariah Carey ft. O.D.B. [5:44] 04. Loungin – LL Cool J ft. Total [9:14] 05. Dance Tonight – Lucy Pearl [12:54] 06. Every Little Thing U Do [DawgHouse Mix] – Christopher Williams [15:29] 07. Best Of Me [Part 2] – Mya ft. Jay-Z [17:58] 08. Superwoman – Lil Mo ft. Fabolous [21:33] 09. Gotta Get You Home – Foxy Brown ft. Blackstreet [24:55] 10. Only You [Bad Boy Remix] – 112 ft. The Notorious B.I.G. & Mase [28:16] 11. Right Here [Human Nature Mix] – SWV [31:48] 12. Party Ain’t A Party – Queen Pen ft. Lost Boyz [34:40] 13. Fiesta [Remix] – R. Kelly ft. Jay-Z, Boo & Gotti [37:45] 14. The Things That You Do – Gina Thompson ft. Missy Elliott [40:57] 15. No One Else – Total ft. Da Brat [43:51] 16. Don’t Take It Personal [Just One Of Dem Days] – Monica [47:49] 17. I Miss You [Come Back Home] – Monifah ft. Heavy D [50:23] 18. Can’t Be Wasting My Time – Mona Lisa ft. Lost Boyz [53:04] 19. Touch Me Tease Me – Case ft. Foxy Brown & Mary J. Blige [55:10] 20. I Can Love You [Remix] – Mary J. Blige ft. Lil Kim [57:53]

Old Skool Vibez
IG:DJCHRISKANIKI(@DJ_CHRISK)OLD SKOOL VOL 2

Old Skool Vibez

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2019 34:08


1.Lost Boyz - me and my crazy 2.Dru Hill -How Deep is your love 3.Aaliyah-Try again 4. Mariah carey -Honey 5.Mario Winans ft P.Diddy -I Don't Wanna Know 6.Mark Morrison - Return of the Mack 7.Lauryn Hill - Doo Wop (That thing) 8.Pras michel ft Maya - Ghetto supastar 9.Notorious BIG ft P.Diddy & Mase _ Mo money mo Problems 10.Usher - Caught Up 11.P.Diddy I'll be missing you 12.2 Pac ft Talent - Changes

Lunken Kaffi
LKs15e04: Martin John Mckie om 90-talls hip-hop

Lunken Kaffi

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2019


Tatt opp i Vindmøllebakken, 11 november, 2019(snutter av utvalgte sanger er klippet inn for lytterenes maksimale opplevelse)Martin er tilbake i det lunkne for å snakke om hip-hopens gull alder, 90 tallet.Vi starter samtalen med en kald åpning og går litt inn på han og Aleksander Tranberg sin podcast Funny how?, så introduserer vi ukens tema og setter noen regler rundt temaet, Rakim, EPMD, snakker litt om hvordan vi ble hip-hop frelste, Ingenting, gøy med banning, Fossen musikkbutikk i Stavanger, torture skiten til Wu-Tang, Paparazzi av Xzibit, å dra mentalt tilbake til konsentrasjonsleir i Polen når du hører Killarmy, Wu tang affiliates, Wu syndicate, Shyheim, Når bror til Martin skrev brev til Wu wear, Sons of man, Buddah Monk, Brooklyn zoo, Shorty shitstain, Drink champs, Noreaga, Capone N Noreaga, å kle seg i camo klær pga Killarmy, beef i queensbridge, My infamouse life boken til Prodigy, uutgitt 152 sang, nåtiden rapmusikk, Alchemist, Cormega, å gi et album klassiker stempelet, Def Squad, vår personlige golden era, litt om tupac og biggie som vi ikke likte på 90-tallet, MTV, De første to albumene til Xzibit, Likwit crew, Rass Kass, Dead Prez, Jayo Felony, Above the law, Ice cube, westside connect gang, east mot west, hip-hop magasiner, WC the shadiest one, dirty south, Outkast, Scarface, Kriss kross, jazzy jeff and fresh prince, Martin startet nylig å samle på vinyl, å samle på ting, Ol dirty bastards, Alkaholiks, Likwidation, Tash, Killah Priest på Stavanger Sportscafe, Martin var og kommer alltid til å være en Wu-fanboy, tidlig 2000 talls underground hip-hop, horrorcore, Necro, musikken som ble spilt på fester i starten av 2000-tallet, Jedi mind tricks, Stones Throw, Freddie Gibbs mot Mf doom, Kool Keit mot Rza, Wu tang an american saga, Killa Sin, Soul in the hole, Inspecta deck, Tales from the crypt (hood) soundtrack, Duck Down, O.G.C, Starang Wondah, Beatminerz, Beatnuts, Big Pun, Remy Martin, Fat Joe, Hip-hop gangsterfilmer, hip-hop soundtracks, Lost Boyz, Canibus, Canibus vs Ll Cool J, KRS One, Redman, West Coast Gangsta shit, så må Martin på dass og vi takker for oss.God Lytting! View fullsize

DJ Rudy
DJ Rudy - Throwback Mix Vol.3 Hip-Hop & RnB

DJ Rudy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2019 76:20


Download an MP3 format of this mix for free here: https://goo.gl/rHjiZg This mix features songs from the following Artists: 50 Cent, Aaliyah, B2K Ft Fabolous, Big Pun, Brian Mcknight, Chingy, Chubb Rock, Crooklyn Clan, De La Soul Ft Chaka Khan, DMX, Swizz Beatz, Eve, Fat Joe, Ice Cube, Ja Rule, Jagged Edge, Jay-Z Ft Pharrell, Lauryn Hill, Lil John & The Eastside Boyz, Lil Kim,Lost Boyz, Mary J Blige, Memphis Bleek, Missy Elliott, Warren G, Nelly, P Diddy, PM Dawn, The Game, Tupac and Usher.

DJ Rudy
DJ Rudy - Throwback Mix Vol.3 Hip-Hop & RnB

DJ Rudy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2019 76:20


Download an MP3 format of this mix for free here: https://goo.gl/rHjiZg This mix features songs from the following Artists: 50 Cent, Aaliyah, B2K Ft Fabolous, Big Pun, Brian Mcknight, Chingy, Chubb Rock, Crooklyn Clan, De La Soul Ft Chaka Khan, DMX, Swizz Beatz, Eve, Fat Joe, Ice Cube, Ja Rule, Jagged Edge, Jay-Z Ft Pharrell, Lauryn Hill, Lil John & The Eastside Boyz, Lil Kim,Lost Boyz, Mary J Blige, Memphis Bleek, Missy Elliott, Warren G, Nelly, P Diddy, PM Dawn, The Game, Tupac and Usher.

Fantasy and Stuff
The Lost Boyz FINALE: Birds in a Barrel

Fantasy and Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2019 55:56


The Boy-Napper-Nappers make their way to where the kids were taken, and uncover the secrets of its leader, Mr. Cool Beans.Fantasy and Stuff is produced by Wacky Smacks. Find us on everything!WackySmacks.TVFacebookYoutubeThank you for listening! Fantasy and Stuff is hosted this week byJack Riales as the DMCyan Stratton as ScuffleMason Little as... Someoneand Michael Sweatt as FrancisFantasyandstuff.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/WackySmacksTV)

Sports and Hip-Hop with DJ Mad Max
Freaky Kah and Loww discuss The Lost Boyz & LB Fam on "Sports and Hip-Hop with DJ Mad Max"

Sports and Hip-Hop with DJ Mad Max

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2019 96:54


I want to thank my guys Freaky Kah and Loww for coming on my show today on WSJU Radio at St. John's University! Freaky Kah talked about being apart of The Lost Boyz and LB Fam. Freaky Kah and Loww have been friends and making music together for a long time. They told me what they have learned from Mr. Cheeks over the years, while in the studio. They discussed touring together and the connections that they made in Germany. They also talked about their group and movement known as QYC. Their newest banger Score is out now on all platforms, link: https://music.apple.com/us/album/score-feat-loww-single/1476110435. The Lost Boyz Next Generation is also available on all platforms as well, link: https://music.apple.com/us/album/next-generation/1466486088. They spit a fire freestyle over Mic Geronimo's Masta I.C. instrumental, which can be heard in this interview! More big things are on the way for Freaky Kah and Loww! Stay tuned! Follow Freaky Kah on Instagram: @freakykah and Twitter: @freakykah_qyc. Follow Loww on Instagram: @l0ww_ and Twitter: @L0wwMusic. Follow QYC on Instagram and Twitter: @qycmg. Follow me on Instagram and Twitter: @thereelmax. Website: https://maxrcoughlan.com/index.html.   

Fantasy and Stuff
The Lost Boyz #1: Find Him! The Boy-Napper Appears!

Fantasy and Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2019 49:51


An unlikely trio happen upon a town where children are being stolen in the night. Fantasy and Stuff is produced by Wacky Smacks. Find us on everything!WackySmacks.TVFacebookYoutubeThank you for listening! Fantasy and Stuff is hosted this week byJack Riales as the DMCyan Stratton as ScuffleMason Little as... Someoneand Michael Sweatt as FrancisFantasyandstuff.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/WackySmacksTV)

Hip Hop Music
095-Craziest Merica Mixtape

Hip Hop Music "Celebrity Mixtape" Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2019 60:00


GOOGLE "hip hop djcarl 2019" now! Spotify RapCaviar Playlist: 01. Naughty by Nature – Craziest (V) 02. Ice-T – You Played Yourself 03. A Tribe Called Quest – Electric Relaxation 04. Bryce Vine f. YG – La La Land 05. Jonas Brothers – Only Human 06. Ed Sheeran f. Chance The Rapper & PnB Rock – Cross Me 07. Naughty by Nature – Hip Hop Hooray 08. House of Pain – Jump Around 09. The Carters – Apesh_t 10. Post Malone f. Young Thug – Goodbyes 11. French Montana f. City Girls – Wiggle It 12. Fetty Wap – Wake Up 13. Chris Brown f. Drake – No Guidance 14. Lil Tecca – Ransom 15. Lost Boyz – Me and my Crazy Work 16. Ice Cube – You Can Do It 17. Nicki Minaj – Megatron (P)(P) 18. Childish Gambino – This is America (P)(V) Create an mp3 music DJ Carl© mix - http://bit.ly/2A5Fkkb (V)=Voiceover (S)=Shoutout (P)=Promo

Sports and Hip-Hop with DJ Mad Max
K Chrys of LB Fam discusses 260 Herkimer EP on "Sports and Hip-Hop with DJ Mad Max"

Sports and Hip-Hop with DJ Mad Max

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2019 173:34


Shoutout to K Chrys of LB Fam for coming on my show "Sports and Hip-Hop with DJ Mad Max" for an interview this week. We discussed his newest solo 260 Herkimer Ep, which is available on all music platforms: https://music.apple.com/us/album/260-herkimer-ep/1470822028 and The Lost Boyz Next Generation album, which is also available on all platforms: https://music.apple.com/us/album/next-generation/1466486088. He talked about his grandmother setting the foundation for him, his time at NYU and LIU, Steve Stoute giving him advice as one of his professor's while attending NYU, his advice he gave to Chrysler, which led him to getting a sponsorship with the company, meeting Mr. Cheeks for the first time and making music together along with fellow group member Freaky Kah, being a manager for The Lost Boyz and actor Marc John Jefferies, past and upcoming performances, and much more! Follow K Chrys on Instagram and Twitter: @kaceychrysler. Follow me on Instagram and Twitter: @thereelmax. Website: https://maxrcoughlan.com/index.html. https://maxrcoughlan.com/sports-and-hip-hop.html. LZZZZ!!!!

Once Upon a Time On Tuesday
LEGAL PODCAST MONEY

Once Upon a Time On Tuesday

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2019 49:26


THE TUESDAY CREW TOOK IT BACK TO 1996, SOUTH JAMAICA QUEENS TO REVISIT LOST BOYZ DEBUT, LEGAL DRUG MONEY. A CLASSIC BIRTHED WITH NO FEATURES & MAINLY IN HOUSE PRODUCTION. THIS ALBUM WAS FULL OF CLASSICS AND HIT SINGLES. ENJOY

Documenteers: The Documentary Podcast
Episode 87: 30 for 30: Renée

Documenteers: The Documentary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2019 69:37


Hello, Doccalos! Normally there would be a “Shorties” episode happening today. Next week we will get back to that, but to close out June/PRIDE-month, Drew and Bob skip ahead a little on the 30 for 30 roster to discuss the story of a professional lady tennis player who was born as a man. The story of Renée Richards cuts deep in this layered portrait. Life is always complicated, especially when you’re transitioning genders in the 60s and 70s. Bob and Drew unnecessarily lend their voices to close out PRIDE-month with Eric Drath’s ESPN 30 for 30 film “Renée”. Not only that, but the mystery of Bob’s “missing time” gets even stranger. I’m really bummed Bob came back. Angela could have easily hosted this 30 for 30. She would probably do it better in my opinion. Seriously, we’re back to listening to this goofy dork and his weird gross jokes? What kind of maniac makes “corpse fucking” jokes? I wouldn't blame you if you all unsubscribed all at once. If it wasn't for all the other hosts, and these excellent show notes, I would probably push more for that. Thanks to everyone who listened this month. We’re going to have a few themed months every year, and we look forward to improving on them as we move forward. One love (That being your love for the Documenteers) and Keep on Pridin’. www.documenteerspodcast.com Here’s the “Renée” trailer: https://youtu.be/4OBPzN_ajXc Interesting review of the film: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-film-renee/a-faulty-documentary-on-transsexual-tennis-star-idUSTRE75L08120110622 Find Bob’s “Uninformed Opinion” episode here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/uninformed-opinion/id1441751837 Here’s the song “Renee” by Lost Boyz: https://youtu.be/L6vEjdyCZKM Here’s where you can hear Drew’s WXNA Nashville sports talk show, “Walk it Off”: https://www.wxnafm.org/shows/walk-it-off www.walkitoffradio.com walkitoffradio@gmail.com www.twitter.com/walkitoffradio www.facebook.com/walkitoffradio www.instagram.com/walkitoffradio

Doggie Diamonds No Filter
Doggie Diamonds No Filter - The A+ (FKA Latch Key Child) Episode

Doggie Diamonds No Filter

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2019 57:02


If you ever wondered what happened to the rapper A+, then you don't have to wonder any longer. From dropping his debut album, "The Latch-Key Child" (with some strong features from Q-Tip, Mobb Deep and AZ). To his sophomore album 'Hempstead High' (with features from Erykah Badu, Chico Debarge, Canibus and The Lost Boyz) as well a many appearance on other projects. Then out of no where, he was gone and there were rumors swirling around that he was deceased! In this podcast he explains what led to him leaving the music industry and how he plans on returning! Make sure you share this episode on your social media! Support the show. Support The Podcast: https://www.paypal.me/DoggieDiamondsTV See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Turntable
10 Legal Whoridin'

The Turntable

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2019 88:15


This week Breadwin Deville gives DJ Cap1 the underground Oakland classic Whoridin' by The Whoridas and DJ Cap1 gives Breadwin the album Legal Drug Money by Lost Boyz. 

Hey Riddle Riddle
#32: LOST Boyz!

Hey Riddle Riddle

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 27, 2019 71:39


Adal & JPC finally tie the knot, Erin reveals terrible eating habits and the Clue Crew is dealing with a lot of kids and Peter Pan in this episode for some reason! We dole out some bank robbery advice, recall all the big news of 1996 and decide which Muppets we are! #WiddleWednesdayStarring:Adal RifaiJohn Patrick CoanErin KeifEditing by: KJ SnyderTheme by: Arne ParrottLogo by: Emily Kardamis & Emmaline MorrisWant more? Get Weekly Bonus Eps on Patreon!Want merch? Visit our TeePublic Store!

LIVETHEFUEL - Health, Business, Lifestyle
251: Working in Chiang Mai and Smart Brand Marketing

LIVETHEFUEL - Health, Business, Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2019 102:41


World Travel, Working Overseas, Chang Mai Life, Online Marketing and Podcasting with Tom Libelt:TOM LIBELT learned from a young age how to sell and negotiate business by getting haggled by Russian vendors. His family moved from Poland to the US to escape communism, and his parents took any job they could to survive. Seeing all this as a young man motivated him to never want a job and keep moving forward as an entrepreneur, publisher, salesman, and one of the top Polish hip hop artists. Tom spends most of his time in Chiang Mai, Thailand. He runs Smart Brand Marketing and We Market Online Courses. Tom seems like one of those guys with the Midas Touch, where everything he works on turns into gold. He has published around 5000 Kindle books, built a successful SEO & online course marketing business, partnered with a Muay Thai champion, owned a coffee shop, a retail store, a record label, created a documentary, and released two albums with five hits on top ten Polish radio. All of it was bootstrapped and done with zero outside funding. Quote: “If you can’t sell, then you’re not in business. Marketing and Sales are the backbone of a company.” - Tom Libelt   [spp-tweet tweet="If You Don't Know How To Sell, You're Not In Business! You Too Can LIVETHEFUEL! @tomlibelt "]   Top 3 Hot Points:Living and Working Abroad Is Affordable Smart Branding and Marketing Is Not Fast and Easy If You Don't Know How To Sell, You're Not In Business   Final Words:The only thing I always tell people in business, especially if they're not successful yet, is if you don't know how to sell, you're not in business. You must figure out what you're selling, and who you're selling to.   Resources: SmartBrandMarketing.com (https://smartbrandmarketing.com/) @TomLibelt on Twitter (https://twitter.com/tomlibelt) @SBMPodcast on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SBMPodcast/)   Influencers Mentioned: Russell Brunson of ClickFunnels (http://www.russellbrunson.com/hi) Lost Boyz on iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/lost-boyz/54593) Alicia Keys (http://aliciakeys.com) John Lee Dumas (http://johnleedumas.com)   On This Episode You Will Hear:[spp-timestamp time="00:30"] Introduction [spp-timestamp time="01:40"] Hip Hop, I didn't know that was the thing. I mean, obviously, hip hop exists everywhere. It's almost like the national music in Poland. [spp-timestamp time="05:40"] I was independent, but I've worked at one of the bigger Studios. I got to meet my heroes, I met the Lost Boyz, Alicia Keys, and more! [spp-timestamp time="11:00"] I have a good group of people with a lot of backbone, probably 150 people making good money. But I find that these wannabes, these ones, that are making $300 to $1,000 per month... There's a lot of that softness, vegan hippie, and goddesses walking around. [spp-timestamp time="22:00"] Amazon controls some businesses completely. I had this stance on Walmart, just like you before, but a few years ago, I took a road trip from Chicago to Vegas. On the way, I stopped in at places that I would have never stopped otherwise. All because they were just on the way locally in a few of these towns. [spp-timestamp time="30:40"] You know, we lost probably $20,000 four or five years ago. [spp-timestamp time="40:50"] Pat Flynn, one of his favorite books is Essentialism. It's the same concept as John Lee Dumas. I've spoken with him as I've had him on the podcast. I've spoken with him at the World Domination Summit. [spp-timestamp time="50:30"] There's a huge group in the online marketing space, of people who come in and try to get quick money. Then, they just can't make it and just disappear. Nothing against Click Funnels as it works for some people, but everybody's obsessed with Click Funnels right now. It doesn't promote a long term...

X Squad Radio Network
THE LOST BOYZ & A TRIBE CALLED QUEST///REQUESTED BY THE #1 CHIEFROCKA JERSEYVERN CONDUCTED BY DJ KNOCKS

X Squad Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2019 119:51


Fire in the Hole w/ Jimmy Martinez

On this episode we are introduced to Jimmy's childhood friend L Star. The two talk of growing up, the Tiffany Haddish situation, and we get a clip of Lollipop.Follow us on IG and Twitter: @FireintheholeNYFollow Jimmy on Twitter: @Jimmyskonduct | Instagram: @Jimmymartinezcomedy Like this episode? Rate us and give us a review on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, or wherever podcasts are found and help us get the word out!#1000strong #Famnotfans #firingsquad #fireinthehole #fith

Remembering The Class Of 1998
Remembering The Class of 1998: Episode 27

Remembering The Class Of 1998

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2018 36:41


Ill Al Skratch is back again. Quad Shot of Lost Boyz. Russ Freeman and The Rippingtons have The Top Album. Mark Collie and The Wiggins stop by. Lost one from Rob Base and DJ EZ Rock. Ghetto Superstar is what we are. Blossom on TV for its final run 1st Half. Hacksaw Jim Duggan reigns as WCW US Champion in The Pro Wrestling Spotlight.

Swatches And Boomboxes
Swatches And Boomboxes- Episode 42- Legal Drug Money- Kyle Bostic

Swatches And Boomboxes

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2018


YO! We back at it! Jim Jam Studios is bringin you another installment of Swatches And Boomboxes. We take a trip to Southside Jamacia Queens to hear the classic hits from the Lost Boyz. To talk about Jamacia Queens we enlisted the help of Queens native and friend of the show Kyle Bostic to hear classic stories of that era. Get with it!

WEARESOFRESH PODCAST
SUMMER VYBZ VOL. 1 (OLD SCHOOL)

WEARESOFRESH PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2018 31:16


THROWBACK SUMMER JOINTS FEATURES SONGS BY JAY-Z, FOXY BROWN, REDMAN, LOST BOYZ, BUSTA RHYMES, TRIBE CALLED QUEST AND MORE.

Stargate Atlantcast
29. The Lost Boyz (S2E10)

Stargate Atlantcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2018


"In this emotional ep, Shepherd risks everything to save his friend from squalor in the drug house. The Atlantis recovery clinic is open to anyone brave enough to deny themselves a life of addiction. Will Ford find his way back home? Not if the Lost Boyz have anything to say about it."-DavidEpisode Link

The E.Jones Show Feat Sharonda  Podcast
The E.Jones Show Feat Sharonda W/Guest Paula Perry

The E.Jones Show Feat Sharonda Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2018 49:55


"Paula Perry"Female hip-hop MC from Brooklyn, NY. People first heard Paula Perry as a member of Masta Ace, INC, where she proved to be far more than simply a token female crew member. She struck out on her own with her debut single "Paula's Jam," which was a monster underground hit. And she soon released a slew of singles, including "Extra, Extra" produced by Premier. She eventually wound up on Motown Records, but her album, Tales From Fort Knox, got lost in the system. Life and work. Paula Perry grew up in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, an area that at the time consisted mainly of prefabricated blocks of social housing (so-called projects ). It was discovered by rapper Uneek, also from Brooklyn, who introduced her to Masta Ace . In 1992, with Masta Ace, Perry recorded a song called Kick It On The One , intended for the second solo album by Masta Ace, Shelf Life . However, since Masta Ace overcame with his label Cold Chillin ', there was no longer the release of this album. The already completed songs were released years later on two EPs. The recorded with Paula Perry song is located on the first of these two discs, on Shelf Life Vol. 1 , a 2013 published and limited to 300 copies pressing on Chopped Herring Records.After separating from Cold Chillin 'Masta Ace founded the Masta Ace Incorporated crew (Masta Ace, INC.) And joined the group on the label Delicious Vinyl. Paula Perry was also included in the crew. Together, the album SlaughtaHouse was released in 1993. On the occasion of the tenth birthday of the video music show Video Music Box , which started in 1983, Paula Perry and Masta Ace were able to perform their song Who You Jackin from the SlaughtaHouse album live. After Perry had canceled an early tour of the group because she preferred her own professional career of uncertain music career, she then toured regularly with Masta Ace, INC. By her own admission, she received only for these tour performances money from the record label, but not for their participation in the albums. [1]Two years later, in 1995, the crew released the second album called Sittin 'On Chrome . This made it to # 19 on the Billboard Top R & B / Rap album charts and remained in the Billboard Top 200 for months.In 1996, Paula Perry released her first 12 " solo as a solo artist entitled Paula's Jam (on Loose Cannon Records, a 1994-96 imprint of PolyGram Records, whose best-known artist was Buju Banton ). The song received in the music press partly outstanding reviews. In a review it was said:24-year-old Brooklynite Paula Perry fluted glasses of Cristal. "" If we were judging female MCs these days on verbal skills instead of puny poetry, then Lil 'Kim and Foxy Brown would revert to their given names and serve. ""If rappers were to be judged on their verbal abilities and not on their sexualized gutter language, Lil 'Kim and Foxy Brown would have to end their careers (" take their bourgeois name back ") and 24-year-old Paula Perry from Brooklyn would be champagne (" Cristal ") a champagne brand) in crystal glasses. "- Charles Aaron : in the music magazine Spin , issue February 1997, p. 92It was followed in 1998 by the song Down To Die For This (on the label Motown ) as well as collaborations with the Lost Boyz ( The BQE ) and other rappers (Nicki D, Paula Perry, Rah Digga , Heather B , Precious P & Bahamadia - Six-pack ).With the single produced by DJ Premier and recorded at the D & D Studios in New York , Extra !! (in 1998 on Motown) in the style of an extra page of the fictional newspaper Fort Greene Chronicles on her already completed and raring album titled Tales From Fort Knox (the title is a nod to her birthplace Fort Greene, Brooklyn) be pointed out. The song was played internationally on the radio and was also mentioned in the German music press:"Refined by the golden producer hands DJ Premiers, this track delights Paula Perry's debut album [...] from the very first second. The ingenious mixture of hypnotic minimal beats, a gripping funk groove and a voice from which one would like to be told a few stories, captivates sustainably. "- Norbert Schiegl : in the music magazine JUICE , issue 5-1998, p. 82However, the aforementioned album was never released, allegedly because the label (Mad Sounds Recordings, an existing in the 1990s and specialized in hip-hop sublabel Motown ) intended for the release and promotion funds instead for an album by Queen Latifah ( Order In The Court ) used. Most promo CDs of the 17-song album were destroyed by the label, although there had already been reviews in music magazines. Allegedly, there are only fewer than ten copies today, so that individual promo CDs of the album are traded on the Internet at top prices. In addition to the previously published single tracks, the album contained productions of Easy Mo Bee , Clark Kent and Domingo. Guests included Kelly Price and Perry's mentor, Masta Ace, and Que 45, with whom she has a son. Masta Ace produced under the pseudonym Ase One also four songs of the album.Two years later appeared with Y'All Chickens Make Me Laugh another 12 "of the artist under her real name (this time on the label Fully Blown Recordings), which was also played internationally on the radio. One last solo release available on a physical sound carrier was the 12 " I'm So Ghetto / Watch Ya Head , released under the pseudonym" The God Mommie "(in 2003 via Familliar Faces Records). Since then, Paula Perry came out only on the Internet published mixtapes ( Paula Perry The Godmommy, 6 , 2009, and Take Another Shot At It , 2012), as well as through short videos in which she directed herself.Although Paula Perry made a name for herself in her hip-hop underground through her early songs ( Paula's Jam and Extra, Extra !! were underground hits and made it into the Hot R & B Singles of the Billboard charts), she finished her Career as a musician, without ever having made the commercial breakthrough as a solo artist. Discography.Albums-1993: SlaughtaHouse (on the label Delicious Vinyl, as part of Masta Ace, INC.)1995: Sittin 'On Chrome (on the label Delicious Vinyl, as part of Masta Ace, INC.)1998: Tales From Fort Knox (solo album on the label Mad Sounds Recordings (Motown), unpublished)2009: Paula Perry The Godmommy (Internet Mixtape)2012: Take Another Shot At It (Internet Mixtape)Singles-1996: Paula's Jam1998: The BQE (with the group The Lost Boyz )1998: Six-Pack (with Nicki D, Rah Digga , Heather B , Precious P & Bahamadia )1998: Extra, Extra !!1998: Down To The For This2000: Y'All Chickens Make Me Laugh2003: I'm So Ghetto / Watch Ya Head (as The God Mommie) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

No Joke Podcast
Episode 119: SCIENCE (w/ Malcolm Barrett)

No Joke Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2018 51:56


Billy and Adam welcome actor, writer and friend Malcolm Barrett. In this episode they discuss Malcolm's upbringing in a math and science high school and how it may have helped him land roles on sci fi shows like NBC's Timeless. Plus, time traveling while black, Snapchat's problematic face filters and music by Lost Boyz!Theme: Send Medicine - Way to the SeaListen to Fun Size on Patreon!

The E.Jones Show Feat Sharonda  Podcast

Born Terrance Kelly and known to his fans as Mr. Cheeks, this Grammy-winning hip hop artist is famous for his work with the Queens-based group Lost Boyz, as well as for his solo albums John P. Kelly (2001), Back Again! (2003), and Ladies and Ghettomen (2004). Before FameHe released his debut album with the Lost Boyz, Diamond Dust, in 1993, and followed the recording with the hit albums Legal Drug Money (1996); Love, Peace & Nappiness (1997); and LB IV Life (1999).TriviaTragically, his Lost Boyz collaborator Freaky Tah (Raymond Rogers) was murdered on his way home from Mr. Cheeks' birthday celebration in Queens, New York City. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The E.Jones Show Feat Sharonda  Podcast

Mr. CheeksTerrance Kelly (born March 28, 1971), known professionally as Mr. Cheeks, is a Grammy winning rapper best known for his work with the musical group Lost Boyz and as a solo artist. 1991–2000: Lost Boyz[edit]Mr. Cheeks, who was mentored by his uncle Gil Scott-Heron, along with band mates Freaky Tah (1971–1999), Spigg Nice and Pretty Lou made up The Lost Boyz. The Lost Boyz practiced a sincere, literate, non-sensational style of New York hip-hop and produced a number of singles including; "Lifestyles of the Rich and Shameless" (1994), "Jeeps, Lex Coups, Bimaz & Benz" (1995) and "Renee" (1996). Lost Boyz gained worldwide critical acclaim following the release of the albums; Legal Drug Money in 1996, Love, Peace & Nappiness in 1997, and LB IV Life in 1999.2001–09: Solo careerMr. Cheeks became a solo artist in 2001. His debut solo album, John P. Kelly, named for both his cousin and his grandfather, featured the hit single "Lights, Camera, Action!". The album also included a collaboration with longtime friend and business partner, Stephen Marley, (son of legendary reggae artist Bob Marley) featuring the ballad "Till We Meet Again" (recorded in Freaky Tah's memory) and the reggae-flavored "Mama Say”. In 2003, Mr. Cheeks released the follow-up album, Back Again![1] The single off the album was "Crush On You" and it featured Mario Winans. In the fall of 2003, Cheeks separated from Universal, forming his own label, Diane's Boyz. Cheeks was also featured on Lil' Kim's single, "The Jump Off." In 2010, Lost Boyz reunited, and released a single called "Haaay." His most recent activities as a solo musician have included collaborations with R&B singer Ryan Michael, Stephen Marley, and Producer 9th Wonder. Discography[edit]Solo albums[edit]John P. Kelly (2001)Back Again! (2003)Ladies and Ghettomen (2004)Raised (2015)Solo singles[edit]2001: "Lights, Camera, Action!"2002: "Friday Night"2003: "Crush on You"2006: "What We Do"Featured singles[edit]1996: 112 — "Come See Me"2003: Lil' Kim — "The Jump Off"2004: Kookee — "New Money"2004: Kookee — "Holla Back"2004: Famil — "Finer Things"2017: Nasiib Beatz — "My Company"Albums with The Lost Boyz[edit]Legal Drug Money (1996)Love, Peace & Nappiness (1997)LB IV Life (1999)Lost Boyz Forever (2005 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Murder Master Music Show
Episode 471 - Mr Cheeks of Lost Boyz

Murder Master Music Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2017 62:00


Veteran Lost Boyz emcee Mr cheeks chopped it up with us in this new exclusive interview 

The Sounds of Sin
Insomnia (MORE Alternative 90s R&B)

The Sounds of Sin

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2017 43:00


It's Funny How Just Hearing a Song Can Inspire a Whole Mix. Well, I Was Listening to the Radio the Other Day and Heard Mona Lisa "Can't Be Wasting My Time" and Haven't Been Able to Stop Thinking of Making Another 90s R&B Mix Since, But Not your Usual Hits.  Then When I Couldn't Sleep Last Night, I Said "Perfect!" Enjoy. Don't Forget t Follow Me on TwitterGram @djSinToronto Mona Lisa f. Lost Boyz - Can't Be Wasting My Time Missjones - Don't Front  Deborah Cox - Who Do You Love  Heavy D - Big Daddy New Edition - You Don't Have To Worry At All  Tony Thompson - I Wanna Love Like That  Assorted Phlavours - Make Up Your Mind  Janet Jackson & Q - Got Till It's Gone  702 - Steelo  K-Ci & JoJo - You Bring Me Up  Horace Brown - One For The Money  R Kelly & Biggie - Be Happy  The Braxtons - So Many Ways  Brandy - Baby  Gina Thompson - The Things You Do  Joya - I Like What You're Doing to Me  Tasha Holiday - Just The Way U Like It  Usher - Final Good Bye  Taral - Distant Lover (Remix)   Dru Hill ft Redman - How Deep Is Your Love  Babyface & Ll Cool J - Lover In You Brownstone - If You Love Me (Flatline Intro) Dru Hill ft Redman - How Deep Is Your Love  Heavy D ft/ Lost Boyz & Soul For Real - You Can Get It  Zhane - Sending My Love  Pure Soul - I Want You Back  Heavy D ft  Lost Boyz & Soul For Real - You Can Get It  Mario ft P. Diddy - I Dont Wanna Know  Zhane - Crush (JR Swingha Hip-Hop Mix)  R Kelly - Thank God it's Friday  Brian Mcknight - Hold Me  Montell Jordan - When You Get Home Tonight  Mona Lisa - Just Wanna Please U  Ivory - Relax & Party  Zhane - Vibe  112 - It's Over Now Lalah Hathaway - Let Me Love You  R Kelly - Spending Money  Mokenstef - He's Mine (Remix)  Jagged Edge - Can I Get With You Sweet Sable - Tonight For Real - Easy to Love  Kut Close - Lovely Thang

Library Rap: The Hip Hop Interviews with Tim Einenkel

Big Daddy Kane, Queen Latifah, Public Enemy, Miles Davis, Tupac, The Notorious B.I.G., Busta Rhymes, Craig Mack, Lost Boyz, Heavy D, and the WuTang Clan. These are just some of the artists Easy Mo Bee has produced in his 30 years in the business. Easy Mo Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Good Athlete Podcast
Episode 2 - Lavonte Stewart Sr.: Lost Boyz and Baseball as an Educational Platform

The Good Athlete Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2017 40:59


goodathleteproject.com For today's episode we sat down with Lavonte Stewart Sr., the founder of Lost Boyz Inc. Lost Boyz is an organization located on the south side of Chicago and uses baseball as a platform to teach local youth lessons on cultural awareness, service learning, and civic engagement. You can learn more about Lost Boyz at their website lostboyzinc.org and they can also be found on Twitter @LostBoyzInc. Today's Episode brought to you by Hand Armor Chalk. Find them at handarmorchalk.com and on Twitter and Instagram @HandArmorChalk Follow us on Twitter and Instagram: @Coach4Kindness Follow and like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/coach4kindness/

DJ Avery Usita Official Podcast
Clubworld Mixed By Avery Usita 010 Podcast - Hip Hop and R&B

DJ Avery Usita Official Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2017 59:20


www.djaveryusita.com www.instagram.com/djaveryusita/ McGruff – Before We Start 112 – Only You Suga Ft. Lost Boyz – You’re A Winner Foxy Brown Ft. Blackstreet – Get Me Home Big Pun – We Can Do It Jon B. – Keep It Real Lost Boyz – Renee DMX – Hows It Goin Down Lil Kim – Not Tonight Notorious B.I.G. ft. 112 – Sky’s The Limit Sisqo – I Got To Get It LL Cool J – Around The Way Girl Soul II Soul – Back 2 Life Puff Daddy – Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down Veronica – No One But You Das EFX – They Want EFX TLC ft. Craig Mack – Kick Your Game Onyx – Slam Yvette Michelle – I’m Not Feeling You Lil Kim ft. Jay-Z – Big Momma Thang Dr. Dre ft. Snoop Dog – Nothing But A G Thang

DEEJAY RIGZ
LOST BOYZ MIX [ DEEJAYRIGZ ]

DEEJAY RIGZ

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2017 26:53


PLAY,SHARE,DOWNLOAD AND FOLLOW FACEBOOK.COM/DEEJAYRIGZ INSTAGRAM.COM/DEEJAYRIGZ TWITTER.COM/DJRIGZ

Rainbow Soul
Topically Yours - Hip Hop Artist Grandmaster Melle Mel

Rainbow Soul

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2017 55:00


Host Deardra Shuler interviews NY rapper Grandmaster Melle Mel who with rap artist Rahim, Sugarhill Gang, Rob Base, Sweet G, Grand Puba of Brand Nubian, Black Rob, Mr. Cheeks of Lost Boyz, Keith Murray, Black Sheep, Peter Gunz, Roxanne Shante, Cash Crew, Fonda Rae, Grandmaster Caz, and Spoonie G will perform a HIP HOP CONCERT on Saturday, May 6th, 2017 at 8pm in celebration of the 40th Anniversary of Disco Fever at Lehman Center for the Performing Arts in the Bronx. "GRANDMASTER MELLE MEL started his rap career with Grandmaster Flash. Originally rapping along with DJ Grandmaster Flash were the 3 MCs (Masters of Ceremonies) MELLE MEL, Kidd Creole and Cowboy. Cowboy is credited with originating the term “Hip Hop” which he used to describe the group’s technique of scat singing rap in a hip hop cadence that mimicked the beat of soldiers marching. When Scorpio and Rahiem were added, the group changed their name to the FURIOUS 5. With the release of their hits “Supperrappin,’” ”Freedom,” (which went gold) and “Birthday Party”  the group became the #1 Rap group in NYC."

it's OUR show: HIPHOP for people that KNOW BETTER

Full show: http://itsourshow.net/8-13-16-show/ Looking Good At 43! Artist Played: MyGrane McNastee, Erykah Badu, conshus, WordChemist, Shinobi Stalin, Atmosphere, DOOM, Kool Keith, PerCWells, Main Flow, J57, Wake Self, DJ TMB, Sa-Roc, Sol Messiah, Hard Luck Banjoes, Soul Khan, DJ Brace, De La Soul, Little Dragon, Cast of Hamilton, Geexella, Willie Evans Jr., Cheech Forreign, Ensilence, Tekbeatz, Allah-Las, Dusty Ohms, Silent Knight, JONES, Sonzeira, Beet Unique, Lost Boyz, The Do Gooders, Soy Is Real, Angii Albanii, Crescendo, Brown Study, PWR BTTM, Xiomara, Amerigo Gazaway, Young Gun Silver Fox, OutKast, GOODie MOb, OutKast, IMAKEMADBEATS

My Definition Of ...
SO GOOD Dj Stan Smith & Dj Timal

My Definition Of ...

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2016 59:44


So Good 1 / BILLY PAUL - Let's make a baby 2 / Tyga - Let it show 3/ Mtume feat Notorious B.I.G - Juicy 4/ Jackie Boyz - 21 5/ Toto - Georgy Porgy 6/ Eric benet - Eric Benet feat Faith Evans 7/ Tha Alkaholiks - Daaam ! 8/ Drue Hill - Sleeping in my bed 9/ Desmond Dekker - 007 (Shanty town) 10/ Shaggy - Bonafide Girl 11/ Aretha Franklin - Here We Go Again 12/ Teddy Pendergrass - Believe In Love (Believe Dat Dub Remix) 13/ Sho feat Gaz - Your Day/Your Hour 14/ R.Kelly - Step in name of love 15/ Tom Tom Club - Genius of Love 16/ Mariah Carey feat. ODB - Fantasy 17/ Made Men - Sticky Situation (f. Montell Jordan) 18/ Rampage - Take It To The Streets 19/ Gapband - Outstanding 20/ Da Brat f feat The Notorious BIG - Da B side 21/ Soul for Real - Every little Thing I Do 22/ Soul for Real - Every little Thing I Do remix (feat Lost Boyz) 23/ The Twins - Round and Round 24/ Leon Haywood - I wanna do something freaky to you 25/ Dr. Dre feat Snoop Dog - Nothing but a g thang 26/ A Few Good man - Tonight 27/Bobby Caldwell - What you won’t do for love 28/ Tatyana Ali - Boy You Knock Me Out (Big Willie Style) 29/ 2pac - Do For Love 30/ Joe Cocker - Woman to woman 31/ 2 pac - California Love 32/ David McCallum - The Edge 33/ Dr. Dre - Next episode 34/ Nas and Bravehearts - Oochie Wally 35/ Eric Bellinger Feat 2 chainz - Focused On You 36/ Eric Bellinger feat Problem - I Dont Want Her 37/ Kriss Kross - Jump 38/ Zhane - Hey Mr. Dj 39/ Michael Wycoff - Looking up to You 40/ Change - The Glow Of Love 41/ Janet Jackson - All for you 42/ Maya Jane Coles - what they say 43/ Drake feat Tyga - Truffle butter 44/ Funkadelic - knee deep 45/ De La Soul - Me myself and i 46/ Chaka khan - Faite 47/ Stardust - Music sounds better than new 48/ Johnny Osbourne - Truths & right 49/ Neg’ Marron - le Bilan 50/ Camp lo - Luchini aka (This Is It) (Clean) 51/ Johnny Osbourne - Buddy bye bye 52/ Arrested Developpement - Everyday People 53/ Jamie Foxx - Blame It

Puff Tv Morning Convo
PUFF TV Morning Convo "LIVE".. " Mr.Cheeks (Lost Boyz) Live Interview"

Puff Tv Morning Convo

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2016 123:00


Lost Boyz Mr.Cheeks will be call in the show today!! We take it back Lost Boyz days!!  Thank you for listening to the Puff Tv Morning Convo! If you have any questions about the show please email..pufftv@me.com Thanks and Have A Great Weekend! 

The Nikki Rich Show
The Nikki Rich Show live with Grammy Award Winning Mr. Cheeks

The Nikki Rich Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2015 77:00


Tonight The Nikki Rich Show is live with Mr. Cheeks is a Grammy Award winning rapper best known for his work with the musical group Lost Boyz.

Uptowns Finest - Der Hip Hop Podcast mit DJ Ron & FastPhive
Schweißtreibender Cognac, Kollegah & seine Rekorde, und Sido sagt Euch exklusiv bei uns was der beste Song der Welt ist. (UF/2014/05/22)

Uptowns Finest - Der Hip Hop Podcast mit DJ Ron & FastPhive

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2014


Schweißtreibender Cognac, nostalgische Momente und die höchsten Oktaven dieser Welt. Wir haben einen Song der T-Shirts um das 6fache wachsen lässt und Ratschläge für die Diplomats. Wir sprechen über Kollegah und seine Rekorde, Fler und seine Anwälte und Sido sagt Euch exklusiv bei uns was der beste Song der Welt ist. Ach und dann ist da noch der kleine Dirk. Aber hört selbst... Die Playlist: Lil Wayne, Cam'Ron & A-Trak ft. Juelz Santana & Dame Dash, Mac Miller, Kidd Kidd ft. Young Chris, 50 Cent ft. Mr. Probz, Nicki Minaj, Mariah Carey ft. Nas, Lil Durk ft. Young Thug, Kollegah ft. Casper, Fard & Snaga und Lost Boyz.

Taboo Talk
Guest Starring JB aka Dirty Moses

Taboo Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2013 56:00


  Taboo Talk, a Christian talk show featuring Lady Charmaine Day (Pastor, Publisher, Author and Radio Host  www.ladycharmaineday.com). Guest starring John Brown. Born and raised in Harlem, NY JB has been living HIPHOP ever since he can remember. Influenced by soul and jazz cats Barry White (rip), Lionel Hampton, Miles Davis, Prince of the 80’s & 90’s as well as HIPHOP acts Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, KRS-One, JB was able to hone his skills in production and emceeing. This self taught piano player now hails from Albany, NY. JB has been taking music seriously for 10 yrs and has performed with many major and minor signed acts including Big Pun (rip), Lost Boyz, Brand Nubian, The Lox, Beatnuts, Onyx, Common, Mr. Cheeks, Amerie, Nine (remember him?), and many more..... JB started out in 1993 being involved in a group called Mad Flowa’s,then in 1996 the group went their separate ways to pursue solo endeavors. Since then JB has become a complete artist by taking guitar lessons and producing music for many of the capitol districts HIPHOP artists. In 1997 JB wrote, produced, recorded and pressed his solo debut 7 song EP Allegory which sold an impressive 2,200 units from October ‘97 to April ’98. Then after a small break from the biz, JB accompanied by Tunnel Rat Sev Statik recorded an EP in late ’98 and formed a group called Illumination which set the stage for the follow-up solo LP entitled Total Karnage which had 19 songs and a skit. Released in 1999 and after selling close to 5,000 units JB went on a small tour of the surrounding states. In 2004 he released an album called Seize the Moment, in 2012 he released soon to be famous and in October 2013 he released another album called Dedication. Contact JB at www.jbakadirtymoses.bandcamp.com, twitter@jstbcz & facebook JB aka Dirty Moses.

Taboo Talk
Taboo Talk Guest Starring John Brown

Taboo Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2013 59:00


Taboo Talk, a Christian talk show featuring Lady Charmaine Day (Pastor, Publisher, Author,and Radio Host  www.ladycharmaineday.com). Taboo Talk helps individuals transform their mind, body, and spirit utilizing the principles of Jesus Christ! Guest starring John Brown. About JB: Born and raised in Harlem, NY JB has been living HIPHOP ever since he can remember. Influenced by soul and jazz cats Barry White (rip), Lionel Hampton, Miles Davis, Prince of the 80’s & 90’s as well as HIPHOP acts Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, KRS-One, JB was able to hone his skills in production and emceeing. This self taught piano player now hails from Albany, NY. JB has been taking music seriously for 10 yrs and has performed with many major and minor signed acts including Big Pun (rip), Lost Boyz, Brand Nubian, The Lox, Beatnuts, Onyx, Common, Mr. Cheeks, Amerie, Nine (remember him?), and many more..... JB started out in 1993 being involved in a group called Mad Flowa’s,then in 1996 the group went their separate ways to pursue solo endeavors. Since then JB has become a complete artist by taking guitar lessons and producing music for many of the capitol districts HIPHOP artists. In 1997 JB wrote, produced, recorded and pressed his solo debut 7 song EP Allegory which sold an impressive 2,200 units from October ‘97 to April ’98. Then after a small break from the biz, JB accompanied by Tunnel Rat Sev Statik recorded an EP in late ’98 and formed a group called Illumination which set the stage for the follow-up solo LP entitled Total Karnage which had 19 songs and a skit. Released in 1999 and after selling close to 5,000 units JB went on a small tour of the surrounding states. In 2004 he released an album called Seize the Moment, in 2012 he released soon to be famous and in October 2013 he is going to release another album called Dedication.Contact JB at www.jbakadirtymoses.bandcamp.com, twitter@jstbcz & facebook JB aka Dirty Moses.

Golden Years of Hip Hop mix
Golden Years of Hip Hop 8 ans part 1

Golden Years of Hip Hop mix

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2013 63:18


HEAVY D & THE BOYZ - here comes the heavster NAS - memory lane (sittin' in da park) KURIOUS - walk like a duck DEBELAH - take it easy (rmx) MARY J BLIGE - everything (malik's rmx) MICHAEL SPEAKS - i specialize (flava hood rmx) TOTAL - someone like you PHD - i am the authentic PETE ROCK & LARGE PROFESSOR - the rap world 2 PAC - temptations JESSE POWELL - all i need (dr freeze's street & so smooth version) FRONT PAGE - let's get comfortable AZ - sugar hill GRAND PUBA - change gonna come DA BRAT - funkdafield MELISSA MORGAN - through the tears (marley marl rmx) MARIO WINANS ft MASE - don't know (trackmasters rmx) KEITH SWEAT - show u what love is FU-SCHNICKENS - visions (20/20) LOST BOYZ - music makes me high (frankie cutlass main) WORLD RENOWN - come take a ride 8 OFF - ghetto girl D.I.T.C. - day one DAS EFX - microphone master (jay dee rmx) POUR ENTENDRE CE GENRE DE MUSIQUE , RENDEZ VOUS LE 8 JUIN AU DIVAN DU MONDE POUR FETER LES 8 ANS DES SOIREES GOLDEN YEARS OF HIP HOP . PLUS D'INFOS SUR LA SOIREE: https://www.facebook.com/thegoldenyearsofhiphop OU SUR LA PAGE DE L'EVENT: https://www.facebook.com/events/367068750059388/

BlazinRy Radio
149. Jeffrey Paul Bobrick

BlazinRy Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2012 87:00


BlazinRy host Ryan Holmes welcomes hip-hop artist Mr. Cheeks ("Lights, Camera, Action!"). Also, returning champ Jeffrey Paul Bobrick debuts his new Chanukah song!  

Taboo Talk
Taboo Talk Guest Starring John Brown

Taboo Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2012 56:00


Taboo Talk, a Christian talk show featuring Lady Charmaine Day (Pastor, Publisher, Author, Radio Host and Motivational Speaker www.ladycharmaineday.com). Taboo Talk helps individuals transform their mind, body, and spirit utilizing the principles of Jesus Christ! Guest starring John Brown "JB aka Dirty Moses." On this episode, JB discusses hip hop, what influences him, the "N" word, and gives advice to anyone who is thinking about going into the music business. About JB: Born and raised in Harlem, NY JB has been living HIPHOP ever since he can remember. Influenced by soul and jazz cats Barry White (rip), Lionel Hampton, Miles Davis, Prince of the 80’s & 90’s as well as HIPHOP acts Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, KRS-One, JB was able to hone his skills in production and emceeing. This self taught piano player now hails from Albany, NY. JB has been taking music seriously for 10 yrs and has performed with many major and minor signed acts including Big Pun (rip), Lost Boyz, Brand Nubian, The Lox, Beatnuts, Onyx, Common, Mr. Cheeks, Amerie, Nine (remember him?), and many more..... JB started out in 1993 being involved in a group called Mad Flowa’s,then in 1996 the group went their separate ways to pursue solo endeavors. Since then JB has become a complete artist by taking guitar lessons and producing music for many of the capitol districts HIPHOP artists..... In 1997 JB wrote, produced, recorded and pressed his solo debut 7 song EP Allegory which sold an impressive 2,200 units from October ‘97 to April ’98. Then after a small break from the biz, JB accompanied by Tunnel Rat Sev Statik recorded an EP in late ’98 and formed a group called Illumination which set the stage for the follow-up solo LP entitled Total Karnage which had 19 songs and a skit. Released in 1999 and after selling close to 5,000 units JB went on a small tour of the surrounding states.   

Taboo Talk
Taboo Talk Guest Starring John Brown

Taboo Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2012 20:00


Taboo Talk, a Christian talk show featuring Lady Charmaine Day (Pastor, Publisher, Author, Radio Host and Motivational Speaker www.ladycharmaineday.com). Taboo Talk helps individuals transform their mind, body, and spirit utilizing the principles of Jesus Christ! Due to technical difficulties due to the weather, the show was cut off the air mid-way. But it was a great show. Click to listen! Guest starring John Brown "JB." Born and raised in Harlem, NY JB has been living HIPHOP ever since he can remember. Influenced by soul and jazz cats Barry White (rip), Lionel Hampton, Miles Davis, Prince of the 80’s & 90’s as well as HIPHOP acts Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, KRS-One, JB was able to hone his skills in production and emceeing. This self taught piano player now hails from Albany, NY. JB has been taking music seriously for 10 yrs and has performed with many major and minor signed acts including Big Pun (rip), Lost Boyz, Brand Nubian, The Lox, Beatnuts, Onyx, Common, Mr. Cheeks, Amerie, Nine (remember him?), and many more..... JB started out in 1993 being involved in a group called Mad Flowa’s,then in 1996 the group went their separate ways to pursue solo endeavors. Since then JB has become a complete artist by taking guitar lessons and producing music for many of the capitol districts HIPHOP artists..... In 1997 JB wrote, produced, recorded and pressed his solo debut 7 song EP Allegory which sold an impressive 2,200 units from October ‘97 to April ’98. Then after a small break from the biz, JB accompanied by Tunnel Rat Sev Statik recorded an EP in late ’98 and formed a group called Illumination which set the stage for the follow-up solo LP entitled Total Karnage which had 19 songs and a skit. Released in 1999 and after selling close to 5,000 units JB went on a small tour of the surrounding states. 

Taboo Talk
Taboo Talk Guest Starring John Brown

Taboo Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2011 31:00


Taboo Talk, a Christian talk show featuring Lady Charmaine Day (Pastor, Author and Christian Consultant www.ladycharmaineday.com). Taboo Talk helps individuals transform their mind, body, and spirit utilizing the principles of Jesus Christ!  On this episode will discussing dating:what to do and how to do it! Guest starring John Brown "JB" aka Dirty Moses. Born and raised in Harlem, NY JB has been living HIPHOP ever since he can remember. Influenced by soul and jazz cats Barry White (rip), Lionel Hampton, Miles Davis, Prince of the 80’s & 90’s as well as HIPHOP acts Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, KRS-One, JB was able to hone his skills in production and emceeing. This self taught piano player Now hails from Albany, NY. JB has been taking music seriously for 10 yrs and has performed with many major and minor signed acts including Big Pun (rip), Lost Boyz, Brand Nubian, The Lox, Beatnuts, Onyx, Common, Mr. Cheeks, Amerie, Nine (remember him?), and many more..... JB started out in 1993 being involved in a group called Mad Flowa’s,then in 1996 the group went their separate ways to pursue solo endeavors. Since then JB has become a complete artist by taking guitar lessons and producing music for many of the capitol districts HIPHOP artists..... In 1997 JB wrote, produced, recorded and pressed his solo debut 7 song EP Allegory which sold an impressive 2,200 units from October ‘97 to April ’98. Then after a small break from the biz, JB accompanied by Tunnel Rat Sev Statik recorded an EP in late ’98 and formed a group called Illumination which set the stage for the follow-up solo LP entitled Total Karnage which had 19 songs and a skit. Released in 1999 and after selling close to 5,000 units JB went on a small tour of the surrounding states. Recently releasing independently an LP entitled Seize The Moment.

Mo Brown Suga Podcast
The Diva Brown Show back in the saddle with a jail bust and no more virgins in the world!

Mo Brown Suga Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2011 68:52


Talks of a Jamaican Jail Bust, home attendants throwing water on an old woman's face, Baseball wives, Rihanna, and men who like women with straight teeth. Also, Mo Brown Suga spits her throwback freestyle, Throwback music by Mona Lisa and Lost Boyz!!! Tune In for the fun!!!! Entertainment News, Soul Knockin Body Rockin Music and more!! PURCHASE YOUR FAVORITE MUSIC on iTUNES! SONG OF THE DAY MO BROWN 'HOLLYWOOD' -> http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/hollywood-feat.-e.nigma/id468741732?i=468741834 http://www.youtube.com/MoBrownSuga http://www.twitter.com/MsMoBrownSuga

Taboo Talk
Taboo Talk Guest Starring John Brown aka "JB"

Taboo Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2011 31:00


Taboo Talk, a Christian talk show featuring Lady Charmaine Day (Pastor, Author and Christian Consultant www.ladycharmaineday.com). Taboo Talk helps individuals transform their mind, body, and spirit utilizing the principles of Jesus Christ Guest starring John Brown "JB." Born and raised in Harlem, NY JB has been living HIPHOP ever since he can remember. Influenced by soul and jazz cats Barry White (rip), Lionel Hampton, Miles Davis, Prince of the 80’s & 90’s as well as HIPHOP acts Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, KRS-One, JB was able to hone his skills in production and emceeing. This self taught piano player Now hails from Albany, NY. JB has been taking music seriously for 10 yrs and has performed with many major and minor signed acts including Big Pun (rip), Lost Boyz, Brand Nubian, The Lox, Beatnuts, Onyx, Common, Mr. Cheeks, Amerie, Nine (remember him?), and many more..... JB started out in 1993 being involved in a group called Mad Flowa’s,then in 1996 the group went their separate ways to pursue solo endeavors. Since then JB has become a complete artist by taking guitar lessons and producing music for many of the capitol districts HIPHOP artists..... In 1997 JB wrote, produced, recorded and pressed his solo debut 7 song EP Allegory which sold an impressive 2,200 units from October ‘97 to April ’98. Then after a small break from the biz, JB accompanied by Tunnel Rat Sev Statik recorded an EP in late ’98 and formed a group called Illumination which set the stage for the follow-up solo LP entitled Total Karnage which had 19 songs and a skit. Released in 1999 and after selling close to 5,000 units JB went on a small tour of the surrounding states. Recently releasing independently an LP entitled Seize The Moment.

DJ Enjay : Listen To My Vibe
Mix Live à l'Antirouille Café 3 déc 2010 (Fin de la route)

DJ Enjay : Listen To My Vibe

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2010 47:22


Avec Red Café, The Roots, Big Pooh, Nas, Danny Brown, Lost Boyz, Pitch Black, EPMD, Dwele, Sages Poètes, Bobby Valentino, Nottz, Foreign Exchange Statik Selektah, Les Nubians...

WILDCAT
Lost Boyz

WILDCAT

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2010 26:11


Quick demo program: Cocktail party for a MOPA screening of 'The Lost Boys'... 1. 'Entropy' - Etienne Jaumet 2. 'Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven' - Love and Rockets 3. 'I Still Believe' - Tim Capello 4. 'People Are Strange' - The Doors + Echo & the Bunnymen 5. 'Fire in Cairo' - The Cure 6. 'Pass This On' - The Knife

SNACK RAP 3

"SNACK RAP"

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2008 27:14


IN THIS I DELIVER AN IMPORTANT ASPECT OF HIP HOP TO DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE WORLD THAT NEED IT......... WITH CRAIG G AND THE JUICE CREW ALLSTARS, GRAVE DIGGAS AND WU TANG, THE LORDS OF THE UNDERGROUND, THE LOST BOYZ, CANIBUS