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American rapper and actor from Georgia

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Moviebreak Podcasts
Drei Männer und ein Film - Der Moviebreak-Thekenpodcast: "RocknRolla"

Moviebreak Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 54:09


"Die Leute fragen: Was is´n RocknRolla? Und ich sag´s ihnen. Es geht nicht um Drums, Drogen und Ausflüge in die Notaufnahme, oh nein. Da geht´s um viel mehr, mein Freund. Wir stehen alle auf die schönen Dinge im Leben. Der eine auf die Kohle, der andere auf die Drogen, wieder andere auf den Sex, den Glamour oder den Ruhm. Aber ´n RocknRolla... der ist anders. Wieso? Weil der RocknRolla... das komplette Paket will." So weit würden Kuehne, Max und Stu nicht gehen. Das Thekencast-Trio will eigentlich nur in Ruhe über Guy Ritchies RocknRolla sprechen und dazu ein kaltes Bier trinken. Genau das haben sie getan. Dabei herausgekommen ist dieser Podcast. Kein Rockstar von einem Cast, aber sicherlich auch kein Schlagersternchen. Hört einfach rein und habt Spaß.

kPod - The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show
Celebrity Gossip 2- Ludacris' Lavish Present To Himself!

kPod - The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 9:50


Ludacris really said “treat yo'self” when he got himself an extravagant graduation gift. Plus, is Johnny Depp going to have to take the stand AGAIN next week?

The Progress Report Podcast
Archie Eversole's manager Big Jon believes his brother didn't kill him, shares untold Left Eye stories

The Progress Report Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 53:22


“All the way until the day of his passing I've been checking on Archie Eversole and we were supposed to go to the gym the day of his passing” ~ Big Jon (Archie Eversole's manager) Big Jon skips class with Lalaa Shepard of The Progress Report to speak about his experience in the music business dating back to over 28 years ago when Ludacris was an intern at a radio station. During the intimate conversation, Big Jon shares untold stories about Left Eye and details how he started working with Archie Eversole since this past October and helped Archie find a job while he was also getting back creative in the studio. Big Jon shares why he believes Archie's brother is innocent and says people need to let their mother grieve in peace. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theprogressreportpodcast/support

The Jubal Show - Just The Clips
Jubal Fresh promises today's Sounds Trendy will be hilarious!

The Jubal Show - Just The Clips

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 5:11


After dropping a hysterical Ludacris joke, Jubal Fresh guarantees today's Sounds Trendy will be hilarious! The Jubal Show gives you audio for your social media to go viral! Leave a rating and review wherever you listen. It will help the show out in a big way. If that's not your thing, you can find us on social media here:https://instagram.com/thejubalshowhttps://twitter.com/thejubalshowhttps://www.tiktok.com/@thejubalshow

John & Tammy in the Morning on KSON
Tammy's College of Hollywood Knowledge at 8:20 - May 6, 2022

John & Tammy in the Morning on KSON

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 5:22


Rapper/Actor Ludicris was given an honorary music degree from Georgia State.  Ludacris has been in 6 installments of THIS action movie starring Vin Diesel.

Behind The Mask Podcast
SHANTI DAS TALKS OUTKAST, USHER, LUDACRIS, NAVIGATING THE MUSIC INDUSTRY, & HER MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS CAMPAIGN "SILENCE THE SHAME'

Behind The Mask Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 52:31


Shanti Das - famous music marketing executive - stops by the BTM Podcast to talk about the importance of Atlanta's influence on the music biz, give us the REAL behind-the-scenes of the music business with acts such as Outkast, Ludacris, Usher & Babyface plus her last day with Notorious B.I.G. And in honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, Shanti opens up about her personal experience with battling mental health and using her campaign 'Silence the Shame' to push positive messaging that you are not alone. Truly an insightful and important conversation! Subscribe To Our Podcast: https://linktr.ee/BehindTheMask Follow us: INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/thebtmpodcast/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/thebtmpodcast FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/thebtmpodcast/ NFL Legend Takeo Spikes has expanded upon the success of his book "Takeo Spikes presents; Behind The Mask Book", in a podcast series with NFL Veteran Tutan Reyes which provides listeners and viewers alike with post-game analysis each week throughout the NFL regular and post season. The show features many other pro-athletes and celebrities discussing a range of topics such as fatherhood, relationships, business, social issues and untold personal stories. Creator, Host & Executive Producer: Takeo Spikes Co-Host & Executive Producer: Tutan Reyes Edited and YouTube Management by Devin Dismang Produced by Behind the Mask Media, LLC Sounds Powered by DJ JWATTZ (c) 2022 The Behind The Mask Podcast #ShantiDas #Outkast #Usher #Diddy #Ludacris

Mortified! The Friendship Quest
Mortified! Episode 97: This One Comes Full Circle (2 Fast 2 Furious)

Mortified! The Friendship Quest

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 42:22


This week, Aaron and Leyla come back from their journeys out of town to record a loose conversation about the strangely disappointing 2 Fast 2 Furious. We talk about the mean hottie to bad bitch pipeline, thank Tyrese and Ludacris for breathing life into a lot of vrooming and not a lot of dialogue, unorthodox ways of enjoying this motion picture, and then we find Vin Diesel somewhere we did not expect him.    ---   Twitter: @MortifiedPod Hosts' Twitters: @aaronsxl / @leylses Hotline: ‪(775) 573-8882 Sign up for our monthly newsletter, which has additional takes and our personal recs. Our theme song is "Obsolete" by Keshco, from the album "Filmmaker's Reference Kit Volume 2." Our other projects: Aaron's TTRPGs The Bible Boys Aaron's TTRPG Reviews Astral Heart

Video Virgins
EP.015 itsbambii Changed Her Skin Color, Brooke Eden Gay Bashed, Michael Salgado And Band Can Get It, Cupcakke A Lyricist, Cobrah On A Mtn Of Cum, Ludacris Makes Us Prolapse @Lavquin.com

Video Virgins

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 89:48


Season 2 is here and this is the episode that gets season 2 cancelled! Use our code " Johnny-RL " on revolutionbeauty.com and get $10.00 off a $30.00 order! Today's videos are Clean & Clear by itsbambii, Got No Choice by Brooke Eden, Cruz De Madera by Michael Salgado, Grillin N****s + Lawd Jesus by Cupcakke, Good Puss by Cobrah ft. Cupcakke, and Splash Waterfalls by Ludacris and BONUS What's Your Fantasy by Ludacris. Follow our special guest LAV who is BACK BACK BACK again and follow her at LavQuin.com ! All links in one place! First, Our segment "Do You Remember?" where we talk about some nostalgic things that were around when music videos were on tv. This week: Foohy erasers and pencil sharpeners And our segment "Rap Libs" where we freestyle and remix some of today's hottest songs. This Weeks Rap Libs is well actually our PR team cut this segment this week First itsbambii washes her car in the snow. Then Brooke Eden looks like a dust bunny. Then this Michael Salgado video is a Funeral BOP or moshpit BOP? Then Cupcakke and her non-vegan video. Then we watch a "visualizer" for this Cobrah song and no one likes it! Then Ludacris calls us a TWERP and gives us a demonic video! CHECK OUT THE VIDEOS FOR YOURSELF & WATCH ALONG WITH US! itsbambii- clean & clear ( official music video) - YouTube Brooke Eden - Got No Choice (Music Video) - YouTube Cruz De Madera Michael Salgado - YouTube CupcakKe - Grilling N****S | Lawd Jesus (Official Music Video) - YouTube COBRAH - Good PusS feat. cupcakKe (Official Visualizer) - YouTube Ludacris - Splash Waterfalls - YouTube Ludacris - What's Your Fantasy (Official Music Video) ft. Shawnna - YouTube Dont forget to Like and leave a review! Subscribe to our YOUTUBE - VIDEO VIRGINS and follow our Instagram @VIDEOVIRGINSPOD and our personal instagrams @JOEISTHEREALEST and @JOHNBEFOREDAWN. DM us and Leave us some video's to experience for the first time! Let us know if you want more special guests! WE DO NOT OWN THE MUSIC USED IN THIS VIDEO. ALL MUSIC USED IS FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY AND RIGHTS BELONG TO ORIGINAL ARTISTS AND COMPOSERS. Sponsorships: on for this episode

The PSYCHITECT is in.
Nuts, Bolts and Tips on How to Build and ADU: Ongoing Consulting Series with Contractor Kevin Garnier

The PSYCHITECT is in.

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 28:20


In this episode, we get an update on artist Ludacris's remodel while learning what is an ADU- Accessory Dwelling Unit and insider tips on how to fund and build your own.

Southern Sports Today
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 4-28 THURSDAY HOUR 2

Southern Sports Today

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 39:49


Carlos Medina opens hour two by talking Malik Willis with Emily Austen from Liberty. He then dives into the news of Mark Emmert deciding to leave the NCAA. Chris Marler from Saturday Down South joins to talk NFL Draft.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Georgia Bulldogs
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 4-28 THURSDAY HOUR 2

Georgia Bulldogs

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 39:49


Carlos Medina opens hour two by talking Malik Willis with Emily Austen from Liberty. He then dives into the news of Mark Emmert deciding to leave the NCAA. Chris Marler from Saturday Down South joins to talk NFL Draft.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

We Hate Movies
Max Payne

We Hate Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 106:24


On this week's episode, the guys are chatting about the incredibly dumb viddya game adaptation, Max Payne! How wild is it that he's a down-on-his-luck detective who also has dead family baggage—what are the odds? Why would anyone do this Valkyr drug recreationally? And how in the world does Beau Bridges not get the Credit Hammer at the top? PLUS: Get ready for the next big Nintendo craze, Super Mario's Hot-Hot Girls!  Max Payne stars Mark Wahlberg, Mila Kunis, Beau Bridges, Ludacris, Chris O'Donnell, Donal Logue, Amaury Nolasco, and Olga Kurylenko; directed by John Moore. Check out the WHM Merch Store -- featuring new WHAT IF Donna?, Mortal Kombat & Bean Dinner designs! Advertise on We Hate Movies via Gumball.fm  Unlock Exclusive Content!: http://www.patreon.com/wehatemovies See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Three Degrees with ProperFangirl
Psalty, Sandi and Ludacris

Three Degrees with ProperFangirl

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 30:46


In this episode, I will give you some insight on my musical influences and a lot about my love of music!   Watch out for this week's playlist...it'll make your head spin!!!  https://open.spotify.com/playlist/66Dg8r4JjwbfvduE2DEaSO?si=MY8BUexsRFuLIQPh2F0D2A&utm_source=copy-linkSupport the show (https://cash.app/$3degreespodcast)

TheGeekOutShow
What Did I Order? Can I Be Ludacris For A Bit?

TheGeekOutShow

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2022 35:58


A new Starting Line, new Valaverse, J Deep, and getting Ludacris

THE GEEK OUT SHOW
What Did I Order? Can I Be Lidacris For A Bit?

THE GEEK OUT SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2022 35:58


A new Starting Line, new Valaverse, J Deep, and getting Ludacris

My First Band Podcast
164 – Vincent Van Great

My First Band Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 66:05


Vincent Van Great is a man of many talents. The Milwaukee singer, rapper and producer has been showcasing his diverse set of skills for years but really started turning heads in his hometown and beyond with his attention-grabbing and award-winning Troublemakers EP collaboration he released with Amanda Huff last year. Coming off a big 2021 and prior to what looks to be a very busy summer ahead, Van Great joined My First Band host Tyler Maas at Milwaukee Record headquarters to talk about recent happenings, his hopes for the future and where his musical journey began. Over the course of the conversation, Van Great talked about his artistic origin in a church choir, making beats for rappers in high school, eventually adding rapping and singing to his repertoire, and the experience of opening for Ludacris and performing with Eric Andre. My First Band is sponsored by Mystery Room Mastering and Lakefront Brewery. The show is edited by Jared Blohm. You can listen to My First Band on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify and wherever else you get podcasts. You can also listen to rebroadcasts of previous My First Band episodes on WMSE every Wednesday from noon to 12:30 p.m. CST. Music used in this episode comes courtesy of Devils Teeth ("The Junction Street Eight Tigers") and Vincent Van Great featuring Amanda Huff ("Double Strawberry Plush").

MOCRadio.com Podcasts
MOC Old Skool Mix Party (Like Sugar) (Aired On MOCRadio 4-16-22)

MOCRadio.com Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 117:55


This week on the 'MOC Old Skool Mix Party', Metro Beatz takes you back with music from Lil Kim, Black Coffee, Chaka Khan, DMX, Ludacris, Rick Ross and more!! Listen live every Saturday at 6pm (EST) on mocradio.com

A Conversation With host Floyd Marshall Jr
A Conversation With host Floyd Marshall Jr.- EPS 47 - Tracey Moore Casting Director- Film Executive

A Conversation With host Floyd Marshall Jr

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 96:00


In this episode of A Conversation With, we sat down with the one and only Tracey Moore. Tracey has had a successful casting career in television, film, and commercials for over 30 years. She has discovered people like Dave Chappell and cast people like Jon Stewart, Mike Epps, and Kerry Washington. We talked about her current projects, "Inside the Black Box on Crackle TV" and "The Spirited Actor Podcast ." ===================== Tracey Moore BIO Tracey Moore arrived in New York City in 1983 with two hundred dollars, a one-way ticket and a trunk from San Francisco, California to pursue a directing career on Broadway. One of her first jobs she created was a practical joke company for hire called “The Joke's On You!”. Tracey wrote, directed and cast her unemployed actor friends in customized joke scenarios.After 4 years of playing jokes, Tracey was asked by a director to cast a music video. Being in a position to help actors get jobs moved her away from “The Jokes's On You” into a successful casting career in television, film and commercials for over 30 years. One of Tracey's first casting job was a show at MTV. Thesearch was for comedians and during Tracey's scouting at comedy clubs, she discovered Dave Chappell. She cast Jon Stewart's first MTV show “You Wrote It, You Watch It” and found Lisa Gay Hamilton and Donald Faison. Tracey has had her hands on a plethora of actors including Jamie Hector, Michael K. Williams, Kerry Washington, Jeffrey Wright, Mike Epps, Adam Rodriguez, Naturi Naughton and many, many more.Since then she has become a renowned casting director for feature films such as Miramax's awarding winning, Just Another Girl on the I.R.T., New Jersey Drive and A Brother's Kiss. As Extras Casting Director, Tracey cast for the popular FOX show New York Undercover and Spike Lee's “Girl 6”. Her commercial credits include: Nike, Sprite, Coca-Cola, New York Times, Miller Lite, Pontiac, Taco Bell, Disney and PSA's Under the Influence. In her "spare" time, Tracey enjoys speaking to students at various colleges. She has lectured at Howard University, Long Island University, CW Post, Georgia State University and Loyola Marymount University. Tracey also teaches The Spirited Actor Workshop and she conducts private coaching sessions. Her clients are Cardi B, Busta Rhymes, Missy Elliot, Eve, Nelly, Q-Tip, Faith Evans, LaLa Anthony, Naturi Naughton, Olivia, Jennifer Williams, Drew Sidora, Russell Hornsby, Kellita Smith, Charlie Murphy, Chico DeBarge, Musiq Soulchild, Faith Evans, Common, Ludacris, Victoria Rowell, Mona Scott Young, Q- Tip, Darius Rucker (Hootie and the Blowfish) Lil' Wayne, Joumana Kidd, Salt N Pepa, Laura Izibor, Kenny Latimore, NBA's Ray Allen, Terrence and Rocsi of BET's 106th and Park, Fonsworth Bentley of BET's Lift Every Voice, Tiny, Estelle, Kem, NFL Thomas Jones, Vanessa Simmons, Leslie Grace andThe Breakfast Club's Angela Yee.. In 2002, Tracey wrote her first book entitled “The Spirited Actor; Principles for a Successful Audition” to empower and encourage actors on their journey. Tracey made her music video directorial debut with an artist named Blac Dyemond, which featured a cameo of Samuel L. Jackson. She recently shot the music video “Heaven” for R & B singer/ Broadway star Badia Farha. Tracey directed interstitials for Nickelodeon's Black History Month, which won her the 2004 Parent Choice Silver Award. Tracey has directed the annual HBO / BET Screenplay Competition for the last twenty years for the Urbanworld Film Festival in New York City. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/aconversationwithfm/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aconversationwithfm/support

ShakeDown Radio Podcast
ShakeDown Radio - Episode #523 - Hip-Hop & RnB DJ Mix Set

ShakeDown Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 60:55


Podcast: http://www.shakedownradio.com Mixcloud: http://www.mixcloud.com/chriscaggs Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3tfyyDP Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/2F4N7D1 Facebook Friend: http://www.facebook.com/chriscaggs Facebook Fan Page: http://www.facebook.com/chriscaggsradio Twitter http://www.twitter.com/chriscaggs Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/chriscaggs Over the span of 22 Years across 14 Radio Stations - Chris Caggs has been on air at: Groove FM 96.9FM & 94.5FM - Sydney Groove FM 97.3FM - Brisbane DJ-FM 87.6FM -  Sydney 2RDJ 88.1FM - Sydney 2NSB 99.3FM - Northside Radio  Sydney Pump FM 99.3FM - Sydney 2ICR Radio - Sydney Mix It Up Radio - Brisbane STR8OUT Radio - Melbourne Mixxbosses Radio - Sydney Urban Movement Radio - Brisbane Liquid Radio - Sunshine Coast - Dance Starter FM - Sydney - Dance Tune 1 Radio - Perth - Dance 4PLAY Radio - Queensland - Dance V1Radio - Melbourne - Dance   Tracklist:   1. Drake - Way 2 Sexy 2. Usher - Bad Habits 3. Grip feat Eminem - Walkthrough 4. Drake - Girls Want Girls 5. Justin Bieber feat Ludacris, Usher & Snoop Dogg - Peaches (Remix) 6. Jesy Nelson feat Nicki Minaj - Boyz 7. GEazy feat Chris Brown & Mark Morrison - Provide 8. Post Malone & The Weeknd - One Right Now 9. NeYo - What If 10. Swedish House Mafia feat The Weeknd - Moth To A Flame 11. JAY-Z feat Beyonce - Part II (On the Run) 12. Sevyn Streeter Ft Chris Brown  & APFerg - Guilty 13. Chris Brown - Go Crazy 14. Saweetie - Best Friend (feat. Doja Cat) 15. Ariana Grande _ Social House - Boyfriend (Super Clean) 16. DJ Khaled feat Rihanna -  Wild Thoughts 17. Saweetie - Tap In 18. Bruno Mars feat Cardi B - Finesse (Remix)  19. DOJA CAT - 1 - Kiss Me More (Clean) 20. Megan Thee Stallion - Thot Shit

Shakedown Radio Podcast
ShakeDown Radio - Episode #523 - Hip-Hop & RnB DJ Mix Set

Shakedown Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 60:55


Podcast: http://www.shakedownradio.com Mixcloud: http://www.mixcloud.com/chriscaggs Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3tfyyDP Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/2F4N7D1 Facebook Friend: http://www.facebook.com/chriscaggs Facebook Fan Page: http://www.facebook.com/chriscaggsradio Twitter http://www.twitter.com/chriscaggs Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/chriscaggs Over the span of 22 Years across 14 Radio Stations - Chris Caggs has been on air at: Groove FM 96.9FM & 94.5FM - Sydney Groove FM 97.3FM - Brisbane DJ-FM 87.6FM -  Sydney 2RDJ 88.1FM - Sydney 2NSB 99.3FM - Northside Radio  Sydney Pump FM 99.3FM - Sydney 2ICR Radio - Sydney Mix It Up Radio - Brisbane STR8OUT Radio - Melbourne Mixxbosses Radio - Sydney Urban Movement Radio - Brisbane Liquid Radio - Sunshine Coast - Dance Starter FM - Sydney - Dance Tune 1 Radio - Perth - Dance 4PLAY Radio - Queensland - Dance V1Radio - Melbourne - Dance   Tracklist:   1. Drake - Way 2 Sexy 2. Usher - Bad Habits 3. Grip feat Eminem - Walkthrough 4. Drake - Girls Want Girls 5. Justin Bieber feat Ludacris, Usher & Snoop Dogg - Peaches (Remix) 6. Jesy Nelson feat Nicki Minaj - Boyz 7. GEazy feat Chris Brown & Mark Morrison - Provide 8. Post Malone & The Weeknd - One Right Now 9. NeYo - What If 10. Swedish House Mafia feat The Weeknd - Moth To A Flame 11. JAY-Z feat Beyonce - Part II (On the Run) 12. Sevyn Streeter Ft Chris Brown  & APFerg - Guilty 13. Chris Brown - Go Crazy 14. Saweetie - Best Friend (feat. Doja Cat) 15. Ariana Grande _ Social House - Boyfriend (Super Clean) 16. DJ Khaled feat Rihanna -  Wild Thoughts 17. Saweetie - Tap In 18. Bruno Mars feat Cardi B - Finesse (Remix)  19. DOJA CAT - 1 - Kiss Me More (Clean) 20. Megan Thee Stallion - Thot Shit

ShakeDown Radio Podcast
ShakeDown Radio - Episode #520 - Hip-Hop & RnB DJ Mix Set

ShakeDown Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 59:48


Podcast: http://www.shakedownradio.com Mixcloud: http://www.mixcloud.com/chriscaggs Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3tfyyDP Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/2F4N7D1 Facebook Friend: http://www.facebook.com/chriscaggs Facebook Fan Page: http://www.facebook.com/chriscaggsradio Twitter http://www.twitter.com/chriscaggs Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/chriscaggs Over the span of 22 Years across 14 Radio Stations - Chris Caggs has been on air at: Groove FM 96.9FM & 94.5FM - Sydney Groove FM 97.3FM - Brisbane DJ-FM 87.6FM -  Sydney 2RDJ 88.1FM - Sydney 2NSB 99.3FM - Northside Radio  Sydney Pump FM 99.3FM - Sydney 2ICR Radio - Sydney Mix It Up Radio - Brisbane STR8OUT Radio - Melbourne Mixxbosses Radio - Sydney Urban Movement Radio - Brisbane Liquid Radio - Sunshine Coast - Dance Starter FM - Sydney - Dance Tune 1 Radio - Perth - Dance 4PLAY Radio - Queensland - Dance V1Radio - Melbourne - Dance   Tracklist:   [00:00] INTRO [00:02] Lil Nas X & Jack Harlow - Industry Baby [03:21] blackbear - 2 - u love u (ft.  Tate McRae) (CLEAN) [06:00] JAY-Z - Part II (On the Run) [feat. Beyonce) [09:53] Justin Bieber - 1 - Peaches Remix (ft. Ludacris, Usher & Snoop Dogg) (Clean) [12:55] Sevyn Streeter Ft Chris Brown & A$APFerg - Guilty [16:12] Rihanna - Hard (feat  Jeezy) [19:56] Tesher x Jason Derulo - 1 - Jalebi Baby (Clean) [22:13] Saweetie - Best Friend (feat. Doja Cat) [24:08] Chris Brown - Go Crazy [26:31] G-EAZY - 1 - PROVIDE [29:18] Sean Paul ft. Ty Dolla $ign - 1 - Only Fanz [32:01] Pop Smoke - 2 - DEMEANOR (Clean) [34:35] Cat Thompson - Who You Gonna Call [37:33] DOJA CAT - 1 - Kiss Me More (Clean) [40:46] Mia Rodriguez - 1 - Billion Dollar Bitch feat. Yung Baby Tate (Clean Version) [43:42] Ariana Grande feat. Doja Cat - 3 - motive [46:12] The Weeknd - 1 - Save Your Tears (Remix) feat. Ariana Grande (2) [48:44] The Weeknd - 1 - Take My Breath (1) [52:13] Belly - Better Believe (Clean) [55:31] Iggy Azalea - I Am The Stripclub [58:17] OUTRO

Shakedown Radio Podcast
ShakeDown Radio - Episode #520 - Hip-Hop & RnB DJ Mix Set

Shakedown Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 59:48


Podcast: http://www.shakedownradio.com Mixcloud: http://www.mixcloud.com/chriscaggs Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3tfyyDP Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/2F4N7D1 Facebook Friend: http://www.facebook.com/chriscaggs Facebook Fan Page: http://www.facebook.com/chriscaggsradio Twitter http://www.twitter.com/chriscaggs Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/chriscaggs Over the span of 22 Years across 14 Radio Stations - Chris Caggs has been on air at: Groove FM 96.9FM & 94.5FM - Sydney Groove FM 97.3FM - Brisbane DJ-FM 87.6FM -  Sydney 2RDJ 88.1FM - Sydney 2NSB 99.3FM - Northside Radio  Sydney Pump FM 99.3FM - Sydney 2ICR Radio - Sydney Mix It Up Radio - Brisbane STR8OUT Radio - Melbourne Mixxbosses Radio - Sydney Urban Movement Radio - Brisbane Liquid Radio - Sunshine Coast - Dance Starter FM - Sydney - Dance Tune 1 Radio - Perth - Dance 4PLAY Radio - Queensland - Dance V1Radio - Melbourne - Dance   Tracklist:   [00:00] INTRO [00:02] Lil Nas X & Jack Harlow - Industry Baby [03:21] blackbear - 2 - u love u (ft.  Tate McRae) (CLEAN) [06:00] JAY-Z - Part II (On the Run) [feat. Beyonce) [09:53] Justin Bieber - 1 - Peaches Remix (ft. Ludacris, Usher & Snoop Dogg) (Clean) [12:55] Sevyn Streeter Ft Chris Brown & A$APFerg - Guilty [16:12] Rihanna - Hard (feat  Jeezy) [19:56] Tesher x Jason Derulo - 1 - Jalebi Baby (Clean) [22:13] Saweetie - Best Friend (feat. Doja Cat) [24:08] Chris Brown - Go Crazy [26:31] G-EAZY - 1 - PROVIDE [29:18] Sean Paul ft. Ty Dolla $ign - 1 - Only Fanz [32:01] Pop Smoke - 2 - DEMEANOR (Clean) [34:35] Cat Thompson - Who You Gonna Call [37:33] DOJA CAT - 1 - Kiss Me More (Clean) [40:46] Mia Rodriguez - 1 - Billion Dollar Bitch feat. Yung Baby Tate (Clean Version) [43:42] Ariana Grande feat. Doja Cat - 3 - motive [46:12] The Weeknd - 1 - Save Your Tears (Remix) feat. Ariana Grande (2) [48:44] The Weeknd - 1 - Take My Breath (1) [52:13] Belly - Better Believe (Clean) [55:31] Iggy Azalea - I Am The Stripclub [58:17] OUTRO

And The Writer Is...with Ross Golan
Ep. 151: Rodney Jerkins

And The Writer Is...with Ross Golan

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 63:15


Today's guest is an urban legend in the flesh. An acknowledged virtuoso in the music industry, he began his career as a prodigy at the age of 15. Tireless in his work ethic, our young guest quickly established himself as a formidable musical force, with a trail of outstanding accomplishments writing his indelible page in music history. The wildly successful producer/songwriter/musician, has been an in‐demand producer since his early beginning; megastars line up to work with him to insure that next smash. He has added to the hit lists of music talents such as Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, George Michael, Mariah Carey, Sam Smith, Mary J. Blige, Beyonce, Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Lady Gaga, Madonna, Brandy, Jennifer Lopez, Jay Z, Notorious B.I.G., Drake, Big Sean, Toni Braxton, Kelly Clarkson, The Pussycat Dolls, N'Sync, Backstreet Boys, Jessie J, Ludacris and countless others. CEO of his production company, Sonix, Inc., our guest has garnished over 250 million sales worldwide. He also serves as National Trustee, Vice President of Advocacy, and Los Angeles Chapter Governor of the Recording Academy (Grammys) to improve the rights for all music creators and is a happily married father of four children:. And The Writer Is… Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins!Artwork: Michael Richey White See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Wooisms
Episode 110: Slap

Wooisms

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 121:51


This week the brothers are kicking it and giving a brief recap of all the positivity that has been going on in their lives. We touch briefly on the good time that we had at the Spring Fling Southern Soul Fest and much more. After the break, we talk about the slap that was heard around the world. You already know Woo was on Will's side while Big Hes and J_Eezey took the side of Chris Rock. This was an interesting take. After that, we hit the long awaited Whoosh Moment of the Week and then we let Ludacris close us out with Slap. Don't forget each and every Saturday nights from 10pm-12 am the new episodes of Wooisms drops on Nspire U on Air and the replay on Fridays during the same time. Also, head over to www.wooisms.com for all the latest updates and merchandise. As always peaux up, light the hookah, sit back and enjoy this thang known as Wooisms. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wooisms/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wooisms/support

Get Ya Bars Off Network
Get Ya Bars Off Podcast Ep.137 | " Urges For Revenge "

Get Ya Bars Off Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2022 167:03


Stamps: 0:01 - Intro - " Yah " by Kendrick Lamar 2:30 - Kendrick Lamar's " DAMN " 5th anniversary 9:50 - Schoolboy Q new single " Soccer Dad " Reaction 16:05 - Wiz Khalifa, Big KRIT & Smoke DZA " Full Court Press " Album Review 33:35 - Drake leaked verse going at Pusha T/The meaning of ghostwriting 1:04:38 - Arri's Wave Of The Week - " En El Olvido/Tamagotchi " by Omar Apollo 1:09:57 - Top 10 albums of Quarter 1 1:25:23- Who would we like to see do a " Gangsta Grillz " mixtape 1:32:41 - Loso's Wave Of The Week - " I'm On Fire " by Ludacris and Big KRIT 1:39:02- Wrasslin Wrecap (NXT 2.0 & AEW Dynamite Recap) 2:19:31- Su's Wave Of The Week - " Lotto " by West$ide Gunn Ft Benny The Butcher 2:25:45 - NBA Play-in Games 2:30:30 - Snowfall Ep. 9 Recap 2:44:58 - Brooklyn Train Shooting 2:47:06- sign off --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gybo/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gybo/support

Dannic presents Fonk Radio
Dannic presents Fonk Radio 292

Dannic presents Fonk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 59:48


Fonk Radio is back once again, and you can check yet more new Dannic material on this week's show - his brand new collaboration with Funkerman, coming out next month. Also in the mix, expect music from Matroda, KREAM, RetroVision, Martin Garrix, Hollaphonic, and more. 01. Firebeatz - Don't Stop Moving02. Kim Kaey - Touch Me03. The Bucketheads - The Bomb (Tom & Jame 2022 Remix)04. KREAM x Jake Tarry - Once Again05. Malarkey - Sunshine06. Funkerman & Dannic - Lucky Lovetalk07. EDX & Frey - Holy Wood08. Low Blow - House Revolution09. Sgt Slick - What You Came For10. Hollaphonic - Paraná11. Hard Rock Sofa feat. Katie DiCicco - Diamonds x Tears12. Matroda - Wasting Time13. Ludacris x Biscits - Stand Up Locco (Sir Gio VIP Edit)14. San Pacho - Amor15. G-POL & VAGAN - Right Back Up16. Martin Garrix & Vluarr - Reboot17. Galoski - Never Give Up18. La Fuente - I Want U19. Tim Hox - Scaenicus20. The Weeknd - Sacrifice (Teamworx Remix)21. RetroVision - LET'S ROCK

Mostly Speakin' Sentai
Mostly Babblin' Bibleman EP 04: "If Satan Were In A Rom-Com" w/ Shelby of "The Rom Complex"

Mostly Speakin' Sentai

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 84:05


He has risen! And by HE, we mean Bibleman of course because this week we're discussing "Bibleman: Conquering the Wrath of Rage" with new bud Shelby "R2Shelby2" Schwieterman of "The Rom Complex" and "Contents of Content" podcasts of the "Okay Owl" network! Join us as we discuss "The Simple Life", screen names, "Little Italy", rom com hidden gems, the Etsy strike, dog parents, being 30, smoking at youth group, the bible with a woman's perspective, battle with brooms, Bibleman not having all the answers, tipping, women computer characters, who "Bibleman" is for, the Wolverine picture frame meme, shipping in "Bibleman", Ludacris v. Ludicrous, & more! Want to hear more from your favorite Marsh Land Media hosts? Hear exclusive shows, podcasts, and content by heading to Patreon.com/MLMpod! Have fan mail, fan art, projects you want us to review, or whatever you want to send us? You can ship directly to us using "James McCollum, PO Box 180036, 2011 W Montrose Ave, Chicago, IL 60618"! Please, learn about Black Lives Matter, the protests, and find ways to donate at https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/. Follow the podcast on Facebook & Twitter @MSSPod, on Instagram @MSSPodcast! Watch James' "Mostly Playin' PlayStation" and our live streams on the MSS YouTube channel! On top of streaming on Facebook & YouTube, we also simul-stream at Twitch.tv/MostlySpeakinSentai! Listen to James' rap music under Marsh Land Monster on Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, & more by clicking HERE. Send us a voice mail to be played on the show at (224) 900-7644! Nicole's Patreon is live! Check out www.Patreon.com/DarlingHombody for more details! Plus, head over to www.DarlingHomebody.com for all her art, the web comic Crumb Bums we make together, buy her merchandise, & watch her draw Gorma creations from the podcast! You can also buy her artwork on shirts and more on threadless.com/@darlinghomebody! Find her @DarlingHomebody on Instagram, Tumblr and Etsy! Buy her wares! Go purchase some of our original Sentai monster designs on RedBubble then post a pic on social media of you wearing the threads! www.redbubble.com/people/MSSPod/portfolio Find out more about James' other podcasts "What The Hellmouth?!" @WTHMPod on Twitter," I'll Get There", "Hit It & Crit It", and "This Movie's Gay" @ThisMoviesGay on Twitter, on our website, www.MLMPod.com!!! Plus, download James' new album "King Keizer X"!

The Fierce Female Network
A.R Tokin Is Stealing On The Music Scene

The Fierce Female Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 25:00


This show is being brought to you by www.gubbarum.com A.R Tokin is a man on a mission like no other. The Washington native started this twisty journey as a child left in awe by the words of legendary emcees such as Snoop Dogg and Ludacris. The fragility of his childhood would find a way to break as he and his friends grew older. Tokin would soon see his friends succumb to drug addiction, suicide, and other vices over the years, which left him with a tremendous amount of stress and pressure. When all hope seemed lost, music appeared as a ray of light at the end of the tunnel. He soon poured in all of his resources, effort, and passion into creating timeless hip-hop records that helped him cope with life and would soon help other do the same. He would eventually team up with his longtime producer, E.P, and grow exponentially in a creative sense. “If I make it, they make it. [I'm] loyal to the end.” Building a solid team and working together, Tokin is determined to spread the love and hope music gave him to as many who are willing to listen!

The Platform
The Platform 424 Feat. Reck Shop @djreckshop

The Platform

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 59:54


The Platform episode 424 comes to you from Dallas, Texas by none other than Reckshop! He started DJing in college and since then he's not only gotten hooked but became one of the top DJs in the state of Texas playing all over at the best venues and even playing major shows like South by Southwest with artists like Ludacris and Rick Ross. He's the current resident at Green Light Social in Dallas, a major nightclub that is always packed so if you're ever in the city hit him up on his socials below and go check him out. Let's not waste any more time and get into today's show, on The Platform. IG: https://www.instagram.com/djreckshop/?hl=en FB: https://www.facebook.com/reckshopATX Twitter: https://twitter.com/DJRECKSHOP YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiZxLugbRyI5-kRS-jt_MuQ SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/dj_reckshop

The Bike Shed
332: Ludacris Speed

The Bike Shed

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 39:28


Chris is back from vacation and gives hiring and onboarding updates. Steph has an update about the CI slowdown and scaling CI. They tackle a listener question regarding having some fear around potential merge conflicts. This episode is brought to you by ScoutAPM (https://scoutapm.com/bikeshed). Give Scout a try for free today and Scout will donate $5 to the open source project of your choice when you deploy. Deckset (https://www.deckset.com/) parallel_tests (https://github.com/grosser/parallel_tests) paralleltests - important line that may alter the `groupby` strategy (https://github.com/grosser/parallel_tests/blob/9bc92338e2668ca4c2df81ba79a38759fcee2300/lib/parallel_tests/cli.rb#L305) KnapsackPro (https://knapsackpro.com/) rspec-queue (https://github.com/conversation/rspec-queue) Vim Conflicted Overview (https://github.com/christoomey/vim-conflicted#overview) Mastering Git Course on Upcase (https://thoughtbot.com/upcase/mastering-git) Git Object Model (https://thoughtbot.com/upcase/videos/git-object-model) Git Object Model Operations (https://thoughtbot.com/upcase/videos/git-object-model-operations) The Opportunity Will Find You (https://thoughtbot.com/blog/the-opportunity-will-find-you) This episode is brought to you by Studio 3T (https://studio3t.com/free). Try Studio 3T's full suite of features for 30 days, no payment details needed. Become a Sponsor (https://thoughtbot.com/sponsorship) of The Bike Shed! Transcript: CHRIS: Golden roads are golden. STEPH: Hello and welcome to another episode of The Bike Shed, a weekly podcast from your friends at thoughtbot about developing great software. I'm Steph Viccari. CHRIS: And I'm Chris Toomey. STEPH: And together, we're here to share a bit of what we've learned along the way. Oh, I also have a new intro that I want to try out. This is thanks to Irmela from Twitter, where it's good morning and hooray; today is Bike Shed day. They technically said Tuesday, but we don't record on Tuesdays. So today is Bike Shed day, so happy Bike Shed day. And hey, Chris, what's new in your world? CHRIS: What is new in my world? Yeah, I loved when I saw that tweet come out. It really warmed my heart. So Tuesday, in theory, is Bike Shed day, but for you and I, Friday is Bike Shed day. It's confusing breaking the fourth wall, as I so often do. But yeah, what's new in my world? I'm back from vacation, which is the thing that I did. For listeners, well, I have been absent the previous week related to vacation and all those sorts of things. But I did what we're going to describe as a not smart thing. It wasn't intentional. The world just kind of conspired in this way. But I had two separate vacation islands that existed in my mind, and then they both kind of congealed, but as they did that, they moved towards each other, but they didn't connect. And so what I ended up with was two weeks back to back where I was out on Thursday and Friday of one week, and then I was back for Monday and Tuesday. And then I was out for Wednesday, Thursday, Friday of the following week. Protip: that's a terrible idea. It's just not enough time to sort of catch up. The whole of it was like the ramp-up to vacation and then the noise of vacation, then getting back and being like, oh, there are so many emails. Let me try and catch up on them. But also, on the very positive side, we had a new hire join the team, and so most of my focus on the days that I was in the office was around getting that new person comfortable on the team, onboarding, spending as much time as possible with them. And so, all total, it was an adventure. And again, I would strongly recommend against this. The world just kind of conspired, and suddenly these three different forces in my life came together. And this was just the shape of things. But yeah, I went on vacation, and it was great. The vacation part was great. STEPH: I will take your advice. So next time I have like two segments of PTO, I'm just going to stitch them together and just go ahead and take that whole intermittent time off. CHRIS: That probably would have been better. Again, someone new joining the team, it was very important to me to get some time with them early on, and so I opted not to do that. But yeah, the attempt to catch up in between was a completely lost effort, I would say. But I think I'm mostly caught up now, having been back in the office for about a week, so yeah. But let's see, what else has been up in my world? It's actually been a while since you and I have chatted based on the various timing and schedules and the nonsense vacation schedule that I had that you so kindly accommodated across a couple of weeks. Let's see, hiring and onboarding; the hiring went really well. We talked about that a bunch of weeks back. But now we're in the onboarding phase. And so next week will be the first week that all four of us on the engineering team are in the office together for the full week. I'm super excited to experience that. We've had different portions of it, with me being on vacation and other folks being on vacation. But now, for the first time, we're really going to feel what it's like as this team. And we're going to have our first retro as a group and all those sorts of things, so I'm very excited to do that. And thus far, all of the interactions that we've had have been really wonderful as a team. And so now it'll be the first time we're just bringing all of those various pieces together. STEPH: I just have to clarify; you said all of y'all in the office together. Do you still mean remotely? CHRIS: Oh, yes, yes, I just mean not on vacation, all present and accounted for on the internet. Remote is another interesting facet of what we're doing here and trying to figure out how to navigate that, particularly where there are some folks that are closer and can potentially get together in the city, that sort of thing, and then folks that are truly remote and making sure that we're...I'm very much of the opinion if we have anyone that's remote, we are remote team, and we must embrace async communication and really lean into that. And I think the benefits of async communication as its own consideration are so worth it. And it's one of those things that's hard to do. It requires careful, intentional thought. It requires more purposeful communication. But I think there are a lot of good things that fall out of that. It's similar to TDD in that way in my mind, like, it's not easy. It's actually quite difficult. But all the effort that I put into trying to learn how to do that has made me a better developer, I think, on all the various fronts. And I think similarly, async communication I believe in as a tool to force just better communication. And so I'm a big believer in it, and I've found a ton of benefit in remote that I'm also a big believer in that now. I, like everyone else, was forced into it as the world was, but I've really come to enjoy it a lot. And so yeah, so, no, not physically in the office, to answer your very short question with a long rambling aside. STEPH: [laughs] I like that comparison. I hadn't thought about it in that way but comparing that thoughtfulness and helpfulness of async communication and then also to TDD, where it's not easy, but the payoff is so worth it, the upfront cost of it. That is something that at thoughtbot, we've had conversations around where there are folks that really value...they want to be around people. They get energy from people, and so they want that option to be able to rent a WeWork space and maybe get together with a colleague once or twice a week, and that was supported by thoughtbot. But we also wanted to express well, if you are together, do treat everything still as a remote work environment. So let's say if you and your colleagues are on a project, but then there's a third person on that project that's remote, you still need to act like everything's remote to make sure that everyone else is still getting to participate and hear everything and be part of the conversation. So just keeping that in mind that yes, we want to support you doing your best work, and if that's around people, that's wonderful. But we are still remote-first, and communication needs to be in that fashion. Well, that's super exciting that you'll have all of the team together. That sounds like it will be wonderful to hear about and then also retros and meetings, and yeah, it sounds like you've got a fun week ahead. CHRIS: Indeed. I'm super excited to see what sort of new things come out of the new voices on the team and practices that each of the individuals have experienced at other companies that we can now fold together. The work that we've done so far has been very much inspired by thoughtbot ideas, and approaches, and workflows, and processes because that's what I brought to the table. But I'm super excited to bring in more voices and see what of that 100% stays on versus does anything change? Do we get entirely new things? So yeah, very excited about all of that. But to revisit a topic that we've talked about in the past, this week is catching up from vacation, so there's a certain amount that will constrain my work. But this was definitely another week of I did not do much coding. I'm trying to think if I did any coding this week. It's possible that the answer is no. The fact that I don't even know the answer to that is an interesting one. I still have in my mind the desire to get back to it, and I think I will. But there's so much other stuff to do. Recently, this week, there's been a lot of vendor selection and contract negotiation, which is an interesting facet of the work, but just trying to figure out, oh, we need platforms to do X, Y, and Z. And it turns out they're wildly costly and have long sales cycles. And how do you go through that, and how do you make sure that we're getting the right thing? And so that's been a big part of my work. Hiring and onboarding, again, has been a big part of it. There's also some amount of communicating back to the broader team - what are we doing? What is the product organization or the engineering team delivering? And so I'm okay at presentations, I think. I'm comfortable with giving presentations. The thing that I struggle with is finding the optimization point in preparation. I will, of my own accord, over-prepare. And that may sound a little bit like, oh, what's my greatest weakness? That I care too much. But I mean it sincerely as like, I would love to find that right amount of like, it's like an hour of preparation for a 15-minute presentation to the team. That's the right ratio. And I just hit that on the head, and it's great. But whenever I know that I need to give a larger presentation, it will distract me. And it's work that can expand to fill whatever time you give it, and so trying to thread that needle is a tricky one for me. STEPH: Yeah, I'm with you. Presentations, for me, they're one of those things that it's very stressful, anxiety-inducing; all the prep feels distracting from some of the other work that I want to do. Or maybe I'm excited about the presentation, and that is the work that I want to do. But it's not until it's done that then I'm like, oh, that was fun. That went well. This was great. It's not until after that then I feel good about it. So the lead-up to it is very stressful. And so if you can optimize that to say, well, I know exactly what this group needs, where I can cut corners, where I have to go into details, that sounds incredibly valuable. I'm curious, so this is probably a bad idea, but it's the only way I really know how to find those boundaries is you got to experiment and tweak a little bit and let yourself fail a little bit or just be very explicit with folks about this is what the presentation is, if you expected something else, let me know. Or here's what I've got, have someone to bounce ideas off of. But there's such a nicety if you can find that I'm going to try failing just a little bit and get some feedback. Or maybe it's not failing at all, but you are testing that boundary to find out did this work, or should I put more effort into this? I'm curious, do you have thoughts on that? How you're going to find that right optimization level? CHRIS: Not as specific to truly honing in on whatever the correct number is. The thing that I've been doing is I...this will sound complicated, but I wait until the last minute but a specific version of the last minute. So at most, I start working on it an hour and a half before the meeting. And these are, again, not particularly large presentations, and it's a recurring sort of thing. So it's sort of engineering talking about the work that we've done recently and trying to find the right level of detail and whatnot, so giving myself a smaller time window. I think that's enough time to tell the story and to find a meaningful way to tell the story and grab the screenshots and all of that, but it's constrained so that I don't over-optimize, over-edit, overthink. I'm using Deckset, which is a presentation tool that starts from a Markdown file. So it's just a Markdown file that I'm editing. That's great; that works really well. I do not twiddle with fonts. There's one theme that I use. It is white background with black text. That's it. And I think I've given myself deep permission to be the CTO that has a white background with black text and no transitions. I don't even go into presentation mode for it. I'm literally showing the UI of Deckset, and then just hitting the arrow to move between them. But the Chrome and the drop-down menu at the top is still visible because I want to see people's faces as I'm presenting. And I haven't figured out how to do that correctly on my computer. So I'm just presenting the window of Deckset. And I'm like, I have given myself permission to do all of those things, and that has been super helpful, actually. So that's a version of me negotiating what this means. Where I do invest the effort is trying to enumerate all of the things and then understand what is the story that I'm telling around the things and how do I get the message right for the collective audience? So, for a developer team, I would say much more nuanced technical things, for marketing folks, it would be at this end of the spectrum. I do lean on the old idea of, like, let us talk about it in the mindset of the user, so it's very much user-centric, but then some of the things that we're doing are important but invisible to the users. They're part of how we broadly build the platform that we need to, but they're completely invisible to users. And so, how do I then tell that story still with ideally a user-centric point of view? So that's where I do invest the time, and I give myself complete freedom to just grab screenshots, put black text on a white background, and then talk over it. STEPH: I love it. Because you made this comparison earlier, so now I'm thinking of a comparison of like TDD-driven presentations where it's like, what's the end goal? What's the assertion? What's the outcome that I want? And then backfilling from there. Or, in your case, you're talking about what's the story that I need to tell? What's the takeaway that I want people to have? So then you start there, and then you figure out what's the supplemental information that you need to provide to then get there. And the fact that you don't twiddle with fonts and all that stuff, I think you're already really on your way [chuckles] in terms of finding that right optimization of I need to present a clear and helpful message but not sink too much time into this CHRIS: Black text on a white background is very clear. So... STEPH: [laughs] If there are any designers listening to this, they might just be cringing to this conversation right now. [laughs] CHRIS: I actually wonder about what the...I know that dark mode is a thing that lots of folks care about. I'm thinking about the accessibility affordance of it now. I'm actually thinking through it now that I said it somewhat flippantly. I actually don't know what I'm talking about, but it was easy, and it wasn't a choice that I allowed myself to think about. So there we are. Mid-roll Ad Hi, friends, and now a quick break to hear from today's sponsor, Scout APM. Scout APM is an application performance monitoring tool that's designed to help developers find and fix performance issues quickly. With an intuitive user interface, Scout will tie bottlenecks to source code so you can quickly pinpoint and resolve performance abnormalities like N+1 queries, slow database queries, and memory bloat. Scout also recently implemented external service monitoring, adding even more granularity when it comes to HTTP requests and API calls. So give Scout a try today with a free 14-day trial and experience first-hand why developers worldwide call Scout their best friend. And as an added bonus for Bike Shed listeners, Scout will donate $5 to the open-source project of your choice when you deploy. To learn more, visit scoutapm.com/bikeshed. That's scoutapm.com/bikeshed. STEPH: In my personal world, so Tim and I are moving. We're on the move. We are transitioning from South Carolina to North Carolina. So I think I may have shared a bit of this news, but Tim has acquired his first software developer job, which is just phenomenal. It is in North Carolina. He does need to be there in person for it. So we are currently selling our South Carolina house and then moving. It's not too far. It's like three and a half hours away to where we're moving in North Carolina because we're already pretty far in North and South Carolina. So yeah, there's always another box that needs to be packed. And there's always just something else that you forget, another thing that you want to take to Goodwill or try to give to a neighbor. It's a good way to purge. I will definitely say that every time you move, it's a good time to get rid of things. CHRIS: That is a very cup half-full point of view on it, but yeah, it feels true. STEPH: [laughs] It's true. I'm a very cup half-full person. For more technical news, for more client stuff that I've been working on, so I think the last time we chatted, I was sharing that we had this mysterious CI slowdown where we were going from CI builds taking around 25 minutes to spiking to 35, sometimes 45 minutes, and I have an update there. So we found out some really great things, and we have gotten it back down to probably more about 23 minutes is where the CI is running currently. As for the actual who done it, like what caused this specific slowdown, we got to a point where we were like, we're doing so much investigative work to understand exactly what caused this that it felt less helpful because at the end of the day, we really just wanted to address the issue. And so solving the mystery of exactly what caused this started to feel less and less meaningful because we're like, well, we want to improve this anyways. So even if we found that one line or something that happened that caused this, we want a bigger solution to this type of problem because then this could happen again like, someone else maybe adds one line or something happens, and things get thrown off balance, and then suddenly, we have a slowdown, and that just takes too long to investigate. So I don't have a concrete who done it answer for the slowdown. But we've learned a couple of things; one of the things that we learned is we're using parallel_tests to then split our tests across all of the CPUs that are then running the RSpec test. And we realized that we weren't actually splitting tests based on runtime data. So there are a couple of ways that paralleltests will let you divvy up your test, and two of those ways one is file size. So you can split the files based on the size of the file, or you can use info from the runtime log. So then paralleltests can be a little bit more intelligent about like, well, I know how long these files take, so I'm going to split it based on that versus just the size of the file. And we realized that we were defaulting and using the file size instead of the runtime even though we all thought we were using runtime. And the reason for this took a bit of source code diving because looking at the README for paralleltests; it looked like as long as we're passing in a file to the runtime log path, then paralleltests is going to use that runtime data. But then there's some sneaky-sneaky in there that I'll actually link to in the show notes in case anybody's interested. But if you are setting a particular flag and don't pass in another flag, then paralleltests is going to be like, cool, I'm going to portion out your test based on file size instead of the runtime. So we fixed that, or we updated that, and that has had a significant improvement for the test being split out more evenly. So we didn't have a CPU that was taking 25 minutes while the next CPU was only taking like 17 minutes. And paralleltests also provides some really helpful data that because we have that runtime log file, we could tell how long each CPU is running and how they're getting split. So the past couple of weeks, it's heavy measure, measure, measure, take all the data, create lots of graphs, understand what's happening, and then look for ways to then fix it. So figuring out how these files or how the tests were being distributed across, we had a number of graphs that were just showing us what's actually happening. So then we could track the improvement, so that was really nice. It was the measure twice and change something once [laughs], and then we got to see the benefit from it. For scaling the CI, so we are looking on adding more machines to then process tests. That has been really interesting because we're at the point where we are adding more machines, but if we add more machines, we're not going to speed up how quickly our CI processes everything. Because we are splitting tests based on file size and not by examples, we're always going to have this effect of a tentpole. So if we have a file that takes 10 minutes, that's the fastest we're ever going to get. So Joël and I are in discussions right now of where we still really want to understand what's the fastest we can achieve just by adding another machine or two versus are we at the point that, okay, scaling horizontally and adding more machines has been helpful, but we have reached the breaking point where we actually need to divvy out the tests at a smaller scale and have a queue approach? So then that way, we can really harness the power of then we don't have one file that takes 10 minutes, and we don't have to care either. So if somebody adds a test to a file and suddenly a file goes from 12 minutes to like...well, hopefully, they added more than one test. [laughs] But let's say it goes from 10 minutes to 15 minutes; we don't want to have to manage that and understand that there's a tentpole. We just want to be able to divvy out all the examples and then have a queue approach. That's probably going to be MVP two of this, but we're still waiting that out. But it's just been really interesting to realize that scaling horizontally really only takes you so far. Like, we've added one machine, maybe one more, so then we'll have three total. And then it's like, okay, that's great, but now we need to actually address this other bigger problem. CHRIS: I know we've talked about this in previous episodes, but I'm super interested to hear as you progress into the queue approach because that's something that's been top of mind for me for a while. I don't know if we've talked about it before specifically, but Knapsack Pro is the one thing that I'm available as a service that does this. Do you have other tools that you're looking at for that, or is this still in the exploratory phase? STEPH: Knapsack is still a top contender. There's also RSpec Queue; that's another one that we have in mind. Unfortunately, I really wish paralleltests let us do this, but paralleltests just doesn't quite offer that feature. And someone in the team, I think, even reached out to the maintainer of paralleltests, and they were like, "Yep, you're totally right. We're actually more focused in making sure that this works for everybody versus has specific features." And they gave a really nice thoughtful response, which we appreciated, so at least we could confirm that paralleltests won't do exactly the thing that we need. So yeah, RSpec Queue, Knapsack, I think those are the top two that I'm familiar with. CHRIS: Gotcha. I don't know if I've seen RSpec Queue before. I'm intrigued. So actually, an interesting thing happened. While I was away on vacation, one of the folks who just joined the team as one of their first steps joining the team, noticed that our CircleCI config wasn't actually taking advantage of the parallelism that we had configured; that's on me. I turned on parallelism and then never did anything with it, which is a complete waste. And so I was super happy to come back and saw that CI, which had been creeping up to six or seven minutes, had suddenly dropped back down to two to three minutes sort of thing. I was like, this is amazing. But now I'm at the point where our RSpec suite is spreading across the different, I think, it's like four different cores that we have available, but it's not doing it as efficiently as we would like. So I'm like, oh, okay, can we dial it up to 11? But I'm intrigued; I've only looked very much in passing at RSpec Queue literally now that you've mentioned it. But Knapsack Pro exists as a different service. And so, as far as I understand, the agent that's running is going to communicate and say, "Give me another test. Give me another test." But there needs to be some external process running and managing that queue. Does RSpec Queue do that? Somebody owns the queue, right? Who owns it? Do you understand how that works? STEPH: So I was definitely familiar with this. If you'd asked me a couple of weeks ago, when I was diving heavily into the queue work before then, we transitioned more into focusing on then adding new machines; I was very up to speed on this. So I may get a couple of things wrong, but my understanding is that RSpec Queue, you're going to manage your own queue. So you bring in the gem and then use something like Redis, so then you are in charge of that. And with Knapsack, then you are using their service to manage that queue. And then they have found ways to optimize around what if you can't reach their API or something; their service is down? And making sure that that doesn't impact your CI so then you can't still run your test just because you can't reach their queue somewhere. So that's my current understanding, RSpec Queue you own it, Knapsack they're going to own it. CHRIS: Gotcha. That makes sense. That about maps to what I was expecting, and so I wonder if I could use RSpec Queue. Now I'm going to have to go research that. But it's always nice to have new things to look at on this to go at ludicrous speed. That's what I'm going for. I want to get to ludicrous speed for our CI. STEPH: I like that name. I haven't heard of that speed. I feel like I have. I feel like you've dropped that before, [laughs] like you've used that. CHRIS: I don't know; quite possibly, I have. It's a Spaceball's reference. It's a throwback to days of old. STEPH: Well, then we may be investigating RSpec Queue together. Because yeah, Joël's and I goal for this week has been very much to figure out what's our boundaries with TeamCity? What are our boundaries with horizontal scaling? And I think we're both getting to that conclusion of like, okay, this has been good, it's helpful, but we really need to look into the queue stuff if we really want to see significant progress. Also, some of the stuff we're doing because we're pushing on it, we are manually splitting files. So if there's a file that has created this tentpole that's taking 10 minutes, but we know ideally most of the other files only take six minutes, then we are splitting that file, so then we have two spec files that are associated with the same class. And then using that as a way to say, okay, what would this look like? Let's say if this were better balanced. And that's also been pushing us in the direction of like, okay, this is fun, this is informative, but it's not sustainable. We don't want to have to keep worrying about splitting these files and doing this manually and pushing us towards that queue-based approach. MIDROLL AD: And now a quick break to hear from today's sponsor, Studio 3T. When you're developing applications, it can often be a chore to work with your underlying data. Studio 3T equips you with a complete set of tools to work with MongoDB data. From building queries with drag and drop, to creating complex aggregation pipelines; Studio 3T makes it easy. And now, there's Studio 3T Free, a free edition of Studio 3T which delivers an essential core of tools. This means you can get started, for free, with Studio 3T Free and when you're ready, you can upgrade and enjoy even more features through Studio 3T Pro and Studio 3T Ultimate. The different editions unlock more tools and additional integrations with Mongo DB, SQL, Oracle and Sybase. You can start today by downloading Studio 3T Free, which also includes a 30 day free trial of all the features of Studio 3T Ultimate, so you can try out some of the enterprise features as well. No credit card required. To start your trial head to studio3t dot com forward slash free. That's studio dot com forward slash free. But shifting gears just a bit, we have a listener question. So this person wrote in, "I have listened and loved your podcast for many years dreaming of getting a job with people half as thoughtful and intentional as you, and finally it happened. I have my first junior dev job, and my co-workers and bosses are all super awesome. Up until now, I've been flying solo. And in my new job, I've been finding it very unsettling to resolve merge conflicts. As careful as I am to comb through the conflict and contact the other developer if needed, I feel like I am covering my eyes and crossing my fingers whenever I select the resolve conflict button. Is there some type of process or checklist I could rely on? Is it normal to have such a high fear factor with a merge conflict? Any advice or maybe just a bit of been there felt that way...?" All right. So one, that's fabulous, congratulations on the new job. That's very exciting. I think I've voiced this many times, getting your first junior dev job is so hard, and so I'm so excited when it works out for people, and they get there. And then, for the merge conflict, I have thoughts. Chris, do you want to start? Shall I start? How are you feeling? CHRIS: Why don't you start? Well, actually, I'm going to add some pre-commentary, and then I think you should lead into our actual answer. But first, I just want to say a deep thank you to this listener for sending in the question. Again, we really love getting these questions. And also, thank you for the very kind words. To be clear, listener, if you're going to send in a question, you don't have to say very kind words, but they are really wonderful to hear and especially to hear if we had any part in helping this person feel more comfortable getting into that first dev role and having an idea of what maybe a good version of that could look like. Additionally, I really love the shape of this question because it gets into the people stuff and the tech stuff, so I'm super excited about this question. Actually, both Steph you and I responded very quickly to this one. And so it really did catch our attention because I think it crosses that boundary in an interesting way that I think is sort of The Bike Shed space in the world. But to that end, you did reply first in our email chain. So I think you should start, and then I'll follow on after that. STEPH: I should also check with you. Wait, so you don't have a filter on your email that's like kind words only to The Bike Shed, and then you filter out anything that's negative? CHRIS: I have a sentiment analysis, and if it's even neutral, it gets sent straight to the trash, only purely positive. No, constructive feedback is welcome too. We would love to hear that. Well, love is a strong word. We would accept it into our inboxes and then deal with it, but yeah. STEPH: [laughs] It will be tolerated. Must require at least three hearts in all emails; just kidding. [laughs] CHRIS: Are you kidding? I'm counting them now, and I see a lot of hearts in our emails. [laughter] STEPH: Merge conflicts. So is it normal to have such a high fear factor with a merge conflict? I'm going to say absolutely. Resolving a merge conflict can be really tricky and confusing. And I think; frankly, it's something that comes with just time and practice where then you start to feel more confident. As you're resolving these, you're going to feel more comfortable with understanding what's in the branch and the code changes that you're pulling in versus something that you need to keep on your side. So I think over time, that fear will subside. But I do think it's totally normal for that to be a very scary thing that then takes practice to become accustomed to it. As for if there is some type of process or checklist, I don't know of a particular checklist, but I do have a couple of ideas. So one of the things that I do is I will often push my code to whatever management system I'm using. So if I'm using GitHub, then I'm going to push up my branch because then, at least that way, someone has a copy of my work. So if I do something and I completely botch it locally, I know I can always reset to whatever it is that I pushed up to GitHub, so then that way, I have more freedom to make mistakes and then reset from there. So that is one idea is just put it somewhere that you know is safe, so that way you now have this comfortable sandbox to then make mistakes. The other one is run the test. So hopefully, the application that you're working with has tests that you can trust; if not, that could be another conversation. But if they do have tests, then you can run those, and then hopefully, that would let you know that if you have left something in, like maybe you left a syntax error, or maybe you removed some code that you shouldn't have because you weren't sure, then those tests are going to fail, and they'll let you know that something went wrong. And you can run those while you're still in the middle of that merge conflict as long as you've addressed like...well, no, if you haven't addressed syntax errors, that's still a time that you can run it, and it's going to let you know that you haven't caught all of the issues yet. So you don't have to wait till you're done to then go ahead and run that. A couple of other ideas, practice. So go ahead and create your own merge conflicts on purpose. So this is something that I think is really helpful because it will teach you, one, what causes a merge conflict? Because now you have to figure out how to create one, and then it will help you become comfortable because you're in a completely safe place where you have made up the issue, and now you're having to resolve that, so it'll help you become more confident in reading that merge conflict message. And then last but certainly not least, grab a buddy so if you are just feeling super nervous. Anytime I'm doing something that I just feel a little nervous about, then I just ask someone like, "Hey, would you look over my shoulder? Would you pair with me while I do this?" And I have found that's incredibly helpful because it eases some of my fear. I've got someone else that is also looking through this with me. But I also find it really helpful because then it encourages that person to be like, hey, if they're ever in a spot that they need to pair, I want them to know that they can also reach out to me and have that same buddy system. I guess that's my checklist. That's the one I would create. How about you, Chris? What do you think? CHRIS: Well, first, I just want to say that basically everything you said I 100% agree with, and purposely I think was great that you actually replied to the email first and that you're saying those things first because I think everything that you said is true and is foundational. And it's sort of the approach that I would definitely recommend taking as well. My answer, then adding on to that, has to do with how I've approached learning about this space in my own career. To name it, to answer the core question, is it reasonable to be scared of this? Yes, Git is confusing. Git is deeply confusing. I absolutely love Git. I have spent a lot of time trying to understand it, and in understanding it, I've come to love it. But it's only through deep effort that I've gotten to that place. And actually, the interface, the way that we work with Git on a day-to-day basis, particularly the command line is rough. I'm going to say, what does Git checkout do? Well, it does just about everything, it turns out. That command just does all of the stuff, and that's too much. It's, frankly, the UI for Git, specifically the command-line user interface; the commands that we run to manipulate the Git history are not super intuitive. But it turns out if you pop open the hood, the object model underneath the core way that Git stores your code is actually very simple. I find it's very easy to understand, but I, unfortunately, have found that I can't understand it without dropping down to that level. And so, in my own adventures, I kind of went deep on this topic a couple of years ago, and I created a Vim plugin because obviously, that's the best way to encapsulate your knowledge about Git, and so I created a plugin called Vim Conflicted. I don't necessarily recommend the plugin. It's fine if you want to use it. I don't do a great job of maintaining my plugins at this point, to be honest. But there was a weekend where I was trying to understand the world of Git and merge conflicts in particular, and it was really sort of fighting me. And as I started to understand it better, there's a little diagram that I drew on the README that I think is probably the most interesting artifact from it. But it's this idea that there are actually four files, four versions of a given file involved in any merge conflict. And that realization shifted my thinking a good amount. And then as I started to think about that, I was like, oh, okay, and then I want to see this version of it, and this version of it, and this combination, and the diff between these two, and that was super helpful for me. More generally, I also made a course on Upcase about Git as I tried to understand it better. And there are two particular videos from the middle of the course named the Git Object Model and Object Model Operations. And again, those two videos deal with popping the hood on Git, looking inside it, and what actually is happening to your code as you perform different Git operations. One of the wonderful things about Git is it is immutable. So you're never going to destroy your Git history if you've committed. So one of the rules that I have is just always be committing, never worry about committing. If you've committed, you can always get back to that version. You would have to try very hard to destroy committed code in Git. It's the things that you do when you haven't yet committed the code that are dangerous. So commit the code, like you said, Steph, push that up to GitHub, so you have a backup of it. You will have a backup locally as well, and that's a thing that you can come to be more comfortable with. But then, from there, there's actually a lot of room to experiment and play around because there's a ton of safety in the way that Git stores the code. You do have to know how to get at it, and that's the unfortunate and tricky part. But I think, again, to sort of summarize, yes, this is confusing. Your feelings are absolutely valid and totally grounded, but it is also knowable, is what I would say. And so, hopefully, there are a couple of breadcrumbs that we've laid there in how you might go about learning about it. But yeah, find a buddy, watch a video or two, and give it a try. This is definitely a thing that you can get there but totally reasonable that your first approximation is this is confusing because it sure is. STEPH: I often forget that Git has that local copy of my code, so I'm so glad you mentioned that. And then yeah, I saw when you linked to Vim Conflicted. The diagrams are great. I had not seen these before. So yeah, I highly recommend folks take a look at those because I found those very valuable. CHRIS: In that case, it's a white background, but I allowed myself to use some colors in the little images to help differentiate the different pieces. And it's an animated diagram, so it's really a high bar for me. [laughs] STEPH: So now the question is, did you go too far? Have you over-optimized? [laughs] CHRIS: I'm going to be honest; it was a weird weekend. STEPH: [laughs] Well, I don't think you've over-optimized. I do think it's wonderful. And I think this is definitely a reference that I'll keep in mind for folks whenever they're learning about merge conflicts or just want to get more knowledgeable about them. I think these diagrams are fabulous. CHRIS: Well, thanks. Yeah, I hope...they frankly were a labor of love, and the course is three and a half hours of me rambling about Git, so hopefully, it's useful to folks. If anything, it was super useful to me because my understanding of Git was deeply crystallized in making that course. But I do hope that it's useful to other folks. And particularly those two videos that I highlighted, I think are the ones that have been most impactful for me in terms of how I think about working with Git and getting comfortable with it. STEPH: Do you still receive emails every now and then from people, or maybe they are tweets from people that are like, "Hey, I watched one of your videos and found it really helpful." I feel like I still see that every now and then where people are just commenting on like, they watched some of the content that you created for Upcase a while back, and I think that's really cool. I'm curious if you still see that. CHRIS: I do, yeah, from time to time. It is absolutely wonderful whenever I hear that. Again, listener, do not feel the need to send me anything, but it is nice when I get them. STEPH: It does seem like I'm fishing for compliments now. [laughs] CHRIS: It does seem like that. So I want to be clear that's not what's going on here. But it is nice because I do actually forget that they're out there. But a lot of the stuff that I produced for Upcase, in particular, I tried to do more timeless stuff, so like the Vim content was really about how Vim works in a deep way. And the tmux course and the Upcase course...or the tmux course, the Git course. I look back at them, and a couple of little syntactic things have changed. But I'm still like, yeah, I agree with me from six years ago or whatever it was. Oh, that's a weird number to say, and I think is honest. It's fine. I'll just be over here. [laughs] STEPH: [laughs] That's helpful to hear, though, because that's always one of my fears in creating content. It's like, I don't know, it's okay if it's more opinionated and I change my mind and disagree with my past self. But it's more like, yeah, keeping up with is this still accurate? Is this still reflective of the times? And then having to keep that stuff updated. Anywho, that's a whole big thing, content creation. CHRIS: Content creation, but there's a parallel to it that many folks will not be creating content, and I think that's a very fine and good way to go about progressing on the internet. But there's a parallel to it in learning that I think is useful. I, at this point, will typically lean in if there is something in the SQL layer that is fighting me. I have never found effort spent trying to better understand the structured query language to be wasted time. Similarly, Git is one of those tools that is just so core to the workflow that it felt very worth it to me to spend a little bit of extra time to get to a deeper level of comfort with it, and I have not regretted one minute of that. Vim and tmux are pretty similar because they're such core tools for me. But React, I would not call myself a deep expert of React. I follow some of the changes that are happening but not as deeply, and I'm not as worried about it. And if I'm like, I don't know how to do this thing, should I spend two hours learning about it or not? With frameworks and tools that have not been part of my toolset for as long, I will spend less time on them. And I think that the courses that I produced on Upcase mirror that. They're the things that I'm like; I feel very true about these things versus other stuff. Maybe it was in a weekly iteration episode or something like that. But that very much mirrors how I think about learning as well. What are the things that I'm going to continually invest in versus what are the things that I'll sort of keep an eye on from a distance but not necessarily invest as much time in? STEPH: There's a particular article that you're making me think of as we're talking about content creation and, as you mentioned, finding the things that you always find value in investing in. There's a wonderful blog post that was recently posted on the thoughtbot blog by Matheus Richard, and it's called The Opportunity Will Find You. And it made me think a lot about what you're talking about, find the things that you're excited about, find the things that you think are a good investment and just go ahead and lean into it. And it's okay if maybe that's not the thing that you're using currently at your work, but if it's something that gets you excited, then go ahead and pursue that. So in this article, for example, Matheus uses the example of learning Rust, and that's something that he's very excited about and wants to learn more about. And then there's another one where he started looking into crafting interpreters. And then that has actually led to then some fruitful work around creating custom RuboCops because then he had more knowledge around how the code is being interpreted so then he could write custom RuboCops. So yeah, plus-one to finding the things that give you energy and joy and leaning into that and investing in it. And if you share it with the world, that's fabulous, and if you don't, then keep it for yourself and enjoy it, whatever makes you happy. On that note, shall we wrap up? CHRIS: Let's wrap up. The show notes for this episode can be found at bikeshed.fm. STEPH: This show is produced and edited by Mandy Moore. CHRIS: If you enjoyed listening, one really easy way to support the show is to leave us a quick rating or even a review on iTunes, as it really helps other folks find the show. STEPH: If you have any feedback for this or any of our other episodes, you can reach us at @_bikeshed or reach me on Twitter @SViccari. CHRIS: And I'm @christoomey. STEPH: Or you can reach us at hosts@bikeshed.fm via email. CHRIS: Thanks so much for listening to The Bike Shed, and we'll see you next week. ALL: Byeeeeeeeee!!!! ANNOUNCER: This podcast was brought to you by thoughtbot. thoughtbot is your expert design and development partner. Let's make your product and team a success.

[beatsnchill] podcast
Episode 84: Everybody Hates Chris

[beatsnchill] podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 70:29


A small with for new music w/ Jaz (00:46). Dreamville fest premiered this past weekend (9:06). Raul sees Currency live in Orlando Recap (11:30). What we have been listening to (18:17). RnB (19:59). "Everybody Hates Chris.." (25:17). Jim Jones does the weather on the actual news floor (36:02). Brent dropping new music soon (36:34). Ludacris responds to Omeretta with raps (36:52). Wiz Khalifa new Doc (37:10). Women's Mount Rushmore of HipHop (39:13). Hit Boy and Dreezy debut new music (42:06). Bobby Shmurda a free agent (44:40). When is Kendrick dropping (46:35). Blac Chyna giving up cars & child support gate (50:09). Prayers for Bruce Willis & his forced retirement (53:31). Chloe Bailey dropping soon (55:40). Doechii is a star (57:47). Decriminalized weed (59:20). Schoolboy hints at dropping new music (1:00:41). Supahot back (1:01:29). Hometown event Recap (1:03:17). music by knxwledge --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beatsnchill/support

The E-Spot With Camille
ShySpeaks on The E-Spot with Camille episode #414

The E-Spot With Camille

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 25:18


ShySpeaks, is an American hip hop and spoken word artist from Dallas, TX. With her soulful voice, thoughtful lyrics, and dynamic stage presence, Shy converts audiences into instant fans! Simply put, ShySpeaks is a renaissance! As evident in her mission, “…to treat the words artist, advocate, and activist as one in the same”, the female lyricist is expanding her catalog of inspirational music and poetry to showcase a fresh, universal sound. Recently Shy has been seen on WFAA's Good Morning Texas TV show, featured on a Columbia Records album release entitled, Let The Trap Say Amen by Zaytoven & Lecrea, and opened for Ludacris, Torey Lanez, Tye Tribbet, and Jeezy, with her live band. She has been featured on various projects, college platforms, and press outlets; not to mention she is a 5x Spoken Word Artist of the Year Awardee. She's on a mission to bring balance to urban culture through music, lyricism, and the power of her voice, stay tuned! Follow ShySpeaks at: https://www.shyspeaks.com/ Link to Wings video: https://youtu.be/BXG2uCsCR5Q Link to Free Lunch with ShySpeaks: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfEK8oWHCyQBB9mcMnVcKSVLIz26J1HJy Join the E-Club now for exclusive content just for subscribers: https://camillekauer.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/camillekauer/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/camillekauer/support

Shonen Tapes
#154 Hip-Hop: The Melt My Eyez See Your Future Tape

Shonen Tapes

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 25:26


On Episode 154 of the Shonen Tapes Podcast, Kevin and Sean review Denzel Curry's new project  that dropped earlier this month “Melt My Eyez  See Your Future”.  The guys go over their favorite and least favorite songs as well as go over what they think about Denzel's flow. They also go over his appeal and his potential. The guys def go off course and give their take on The Slap Heard Around The World.  This is a episode for the books. Make sure to let us know how you feel about this album by reaching out on all major forms of Social Media. Follow us HERE to keep up with The Shonen Tapes on social media and your favorite podcast sites!This episode includes: Denzel Curry, Melt My Eyez See Your Future, Kanye West, Ludacris, Hip Hop

WEEI Late Night
Late Night with KJ- Do you want to see Coach K go out on top?

WEEI Late Night

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 45:52


Hour 2-  We have reached the Final Four of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament and Coach Mike Krzyzewski and his Blue Devils are still alive. Do you want to see Coach K go out on top?  Checking in on the WEEI Late Night bracket challenge as Producer Justin Turpin has a chance to win some serious dough off KJ with a Villanova win.  More reaction from Bill Belichick's press conference at the NFL Owner's Meetings and could we see Tom Brady as a Dolphin one day? Two parody songs to get your week rolling... A Ludacris about March Madness Brackets and ACDC parody about the Bruins and Maple Leafs rivalry.  Reaction to Will Smith slapping Chris Rock at last night's Oscars and why that was not scripted.  Announcing the winner of tonight's Wrestle Madness. 

Bringin' it Backwards
Interview with Haley Smalls

Bringin' it Backwards

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 44:53


We had the pleasure of interviewing Haley Smalls over Zoom video! Toronto based singer-songwriter Haley Smalls recently release her latest single “Do Better . This single release follows a string of consistent singles over the last year from Haley, including Run-DMC influence track “Bass” that premiered with Hip-HopVibe & Rolling Out, as well asSummer 2021 buzz track “I Do.”. Haley's single “Do Better” is the build up to her currently untitled 5th project set for release in 2022. Lyrically, the core of the project centers around love: love of self, love of others, and the love of success and the money it brings. While the style of the project is rooted in R&B/Hip Hop don't be surprised to hear a country or rock influence come through as Haley works to make her sound uniquely diverse creating something that can be received by all, no matter their background or their age. Now, after inking a deal with industry veterans Jimmy Maynes & JoJo Brim at V Nation, along with her long-time management team from Ludacris' Ebony Son Mgt and music producers Poke and Tone from Trackmasters, Haley Smalls finally has the right team in place to release her next project in 2022. Haley started her musical journey at a young age when her parents recognized her unique talents and signed her up for singing lessons. Haley started booking studio time at age twelve, writing songs and working with producers in the U.S. and the UK. After years of grinding, it all came to fruition when she met her producer in 2013, the Grammy nominated multi-Platinum Megaman. Her 2015 debut This Is Me was a culmination of Haley coming into her own and shaping her identity. Following This Is Me Haley released a series of noteworthy projects, including 2017's Heart of Gold, 2018's The Cure II, and 2019's Summer Nights. She continued her momentum through 2020, releasing a series of tracks well into 2021. This next phase for Haley Smalls is unstoppable now that she finally has the right team around her, following her recent signing to V Nation. Sas well as updates on her upcoming project due out later this year. We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com #podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #HaleySmalls #IDo #DoBetter #musicinterview #MusicPodcast #NewMusic #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod

They Called This a Movie
Episode 175 - 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003)

They Called This a Movie

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 102:03


We take to the streets of Miami to race garishly-painted foreign cars in order to stick it to the man and a drug dealer, as we watch 2 Fast 2 Furious. We're joined by Tia Fabi from Geek Vibes Nation (@TC_Stark) to discuss the sexual tension between Paul Walker and Tyrese, the idea of underground street racing culture, and Mark tries to explain why he loves this series so much. Find us on Twitter and Instagram @TCTAMPod and on TikTok @theycalledthisamovie. We are a proud member of Geek Vibes Nation and you can find them at gvnation.com.Our theme music was written and performed by Dave Katusa. He can be found on Instagram @dkat_productions.

Opening Act
Ludacris On 'Karma's World' and If He Thought His Career Would Always Look Like This

Opening Act

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 13:39


Ludacris stops by 'Opening Act' to chat about the new season of his Netflix series, 'Karma's World,' which recently dropped new episodes. We also talk to him about getting move involved with television and film behind the scenes as a producer, and if 2000s-era Ludacris would have ever predicted what 2020s Chris Bridges would do.

DJ MISS M Podcasts
Episode 276: JAMN 107.5FM (03-18 Mix 2)

DJ MISS M Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 23:00


Mrs. Officer - Lil Wayne ft. Bobby VPeaches Remix - Justin Bieber ft. Ludacris, Usher & Snoop Dogg Ready Or Not - The FugeesBaby Boy - Beyonce Ft Sean PaulCanIGetA -JayZftAmil&JaRuleDrop It Like It's Hot - Snoop Dogg ft. PharrellTry Again - AaliyahStill D.R.E. - Dr Dre ft Snoop Dogg

Leap of Fate
91. HR Transform: The Future of Work has Arrived

Leap of Fate

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 28:52


The Future Of Work Has Arrived. Now What? I just returned from Las Vegas for HR Transform 2022. It was the first conference I worked since the pandemic started. I represented my company Oyster working our booth speaking on how Oyster can help companies hire international employees!It was such a fun and amazing experience to be back at a conference and also meet my coworkers for the first time since we are a 100% remote company. In addition to the conference, we went to sponsored happy hours and parties at Marquee Night Club, Dreis Night Club seeing Ludacris, and more events throughout the Cosmo Hotel.In Leap of Fate Pod 91, I share pictures and videos from throughout the week, my thoughts on what it was like to be back at a conference, key learnings from HR Transform 2022, what the future of work looks like, and how businesses are handling employees returning to work.PS- There will be a full vlog video that comes out in the next weeks of the week in Vegas :) To all my colleagues and connections/new friends I made at HR Transform, thanks for the conversations and memories. I can't wait until we are back together again!Enjoy yall!Support the show (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrmJ8rY4ivAKnN3zG0W-1_A)

The Sounds of Sin
3theHardWay (Mar.16.22)

The Sounds of Sin

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2022 69:20


Live Stream From My New Series "3 the Hard Way" Where we Celebrate 3 Artists. In this Episode (JaRule . LLCoolJ . Ludacris) Enjoy. Follow me at twitch.tv/djSinToronto and @djSinToronto

Video Virgins
EP.010 Bali Baby Hijab Or Not?, Lil Jon Confederate Flag, Nova Rockafeller Whispering In A Pet Play Choker, Los Angeles Azules Kitty Whipped, Yung Joc Uncut, Is Immortal Technique Only A G-Town Thing?

Video Virgins

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 107:43


Season 2 is here and this is the episode that gets season 2 cancelled! Today's videos are Amber Alert by Bali Baby, Bia Bia by Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz, In God We Trust by Tom Macdonald & Friends, Como Te Voy A Olvidar by Los Angeles Azules, I Know You See It by Yung Joc ft. some girl and Dancing With The Devil by Immortal Technique. Follow our special guest LAV who is BACK BACK BACK again and follow her at LavQuin.com ! Stick Around Lav sings us out! First, Our segment "Do You Remember?" where we talk about some nostalgic things that were around when music videos were on tv. This week: . And our segment "Rap Libs" where we freestyle and remix some of today's hottest songs. This Weeks Rap Libs is "So Yesterday" by Hilary Duff. First Bali Baby has NO cheeks. Then Lil Jon makes us STOP in our tracks and have a convo. Then everyone in this Tom Macdonald video is missing teeth. Then How will I ever forget your ass?!? Then Yung Joc? More like Uncut Coc ! Then Immortal Technique is a G-Town STAPLE! CHECK OUT THE VIDEOS FOR YOURSELF & WATCH ALONG WITH US! Bali Baby "AMBER ALERT" [Official Music Video] - YouTube Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz - Bia' Bia' (feat Ludacris & Too Short) (Official Music Video) - YouTube In God We Trust - Tom MacDonald, Adam Calhoun, Struggle Jennings & Nova Rockafeller - YouTube Los Ángeles Azules - Cómo Te Voy A Olvidar (Video Oficial) - YouTube Yung Joc - I Know You See It (Official Music Video) - YouTube Dance With The Devil - Immortal Technique - YouTube Dont forget to Like and leave a review! Subscribe to our YOUTUBE - VIDEO VIRGINS and follow our Instagram @VIDEOVIRGINSPOD and our personal instagrams @JOEISTHEREALEST and @RITUALRYANN. DM us and Leave us some video's to experience for the first time! Let us know if you want more special guests! Or our guests we had to return. WE DO NOT OWN THE MUSIC USED IN THIS VIDEO. ALL MUSIC USED IS FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY AND RIGHTS BELONG TO ORIGINAL ARTISTS AND COMPOSERS. ALSO WE ARE NOT making fun of the tragedy that happened, we are making fun of the video that someone felt the need to put out. May the victims of that rest in peace. Sponsorships: on for this episode

Better Together with Maria Menounos
433. Ludacris on Balancing Being A Dad & A Rapper, Plus What's Next For His Music & Netflix Show “Karma's World”

Better Together with Maria Menounos

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 47:53


Rapper, actor and entrepreneur Ludacris joins us today and reveals what's in store for his new music and the second season of his Netflix show “Karma's World.” He opens up about his evolution as a musician and how fatherhood has impacted him as a creator. Lastly the two talk about the true meaning of life and the mantra that Ludacris lives by.  We hope enjoy!  RESOURCES: IG: @ludacris SERIES: “Karma's World” Season 2 out on Netflix now!

Nick Sandoval podcast
Old School Jamz Vol 8. (Millennial Hip-Hop & R&B)

Nick Sandoval podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 86:45


All my favorite bangers from late '99 to 2005!! I got caught in the vibe and stretched the one a little past the hour mark. 52 Classics!!! Enjoy!! 1)Twista - Overnight Celebrity 2) Jay-Z & UGK - Big Pimpin 3) Ludacris ft Shawnna - Whats Your Fantasy 4) Chamillionaire ft Krazyie Bone - Ridin Dirty 5) Ludacris - Splash Waterfalls 6) Eminem - Cleanin Out My Closet 7) Chingy ft Ludacris & Snoop Dogg - Holidae In 8) T-Pain ft Yung Joc - Buy U A Drank 9) Tweet ft Missy Elliott - Oops (Oh My) 10) Busta Rhymes - Break Ya Neck 11) Cam'ron ft Juelz Santana - Oh Boy 12) Craig David - 7 Days 13) Ludacris ft Pharrell - Money Maker 14) Jay-Z - Izzo (H.O.V.A.) 15) Ludacris - Get Back 16) P. Diddy ft Usher & Loon - I Need A Girl (Part 1) 17) Fabolous ft Tamia - Into You  18) Kanye West ft Syleena Johnson - All Falls Down 19) Chingy - Right Thurr 20) Baby ft Clipse - What Happened To That Boy 21) Jay-Z - 99 Problems 22) Mary J. Blige - Family Affair 23) Ja Rule - Holla Holla 24) Missy Elliot ft Ludacris & Jay-Z - One Minute Man 25) Ja Rule ft Vita - Put It On Me 26) 50 Cent ft Nate Dogg - 21 Questions 27) B2K ft P. Diddy - Bump, Bump, Bump 28) Snoop Dogg ft Nate Dogg & Xzibit - B Please 29) DMX - X Gon' Give It To Ya 30) Ludacris ft Pharrell - Southern Hospitality 31) Eve ft Gwen Stefani - Let Me Blow Your Mind 32) N.O.R.E. ft Pharrell - Nothin' 33) 50 Cent - Disco Inferno 34) Fabolous ft P. Diddy & Jagged Edge - Trade It All (Part 2) 35) Jay-Z ft Pharrell - I Just Wanna Love U (Give it 2 Me) 36) Erick Sermon ft Redman - React 37) Truth Hurts ft Rakim - Addictive 38) P Diddy - Public Enemy #1 39) Busta Rhymes feat. Kelis - What It Is 40)Young Gunz - Can't Stop, Won't Stop 41) Dennis Blaze - Ninja Breaks 42) Slick Rick ft Outkast - Street Talkin 43) Jon B - Don't Talk 44) Ja Rule ft Case - Livin It Up 45) Nelly ft Dani Stevenson - Hot In Herre 46) Fabolous ft Pharrell - Young'n (Holla Back) 47) Eminem - Without Me 48) Timbaland ft Keri Hilson & D.O.E. - The Way I Are 49) Akon ft Eminem - Smack That 50) Nina Sky ft Jabba - Move Ya Body 51) Trina ft Trick Daddy - Pull Over 52) Janet Jackson - Someone To Call My Lover

Roz & Mocha
368 - Ludacris Chats ‘Karma's World' Season 2, Maitreyi Ramakrishnan & Sandra Oh Chat 'Turning Red' & Deepa Was On ‘Family Feud Canada'!

Roz & Mocha

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 126:57


Ludacris joins us to chat about season 2 of ‘Karma's World'! Deepa was on ‘Family Feud Canada'. When Sivert Klefsaas was just 12 years old, his mom Lorna made him a promise. If he could stay off social media until he was 18, she would pay him $1,800. She called it her “18 for 18 challenge.” Both Sivert and Lorna joined Roz and Mocha to chat about the challenge. Actresses auditioning to be Madonna in biopic being put through bootcamp! Plus, we're on the red carpet for the Canadian premiere of ‘Turning Red' and we chat with Maitreyi Ramakrishnan & Sandra Oh! 

kPod - The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show
Ludacris Talks About His Show, Karma's World

kPod - The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 9:36


Ludacris calls the show to talk about his show on Netflix, Karma's World, and the inspiration behind it!

Heritage Radio Network On Tour
Alain Lemaire at Charleston Wine + Food 2022

Heritage Radio Network On Tour

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2022 13:47


Chef Alain Lemaire is an award-winning, Haitian-born chef and the host chef of the Luda Can't Cook series on Discovery+ with award-winning rapper, actor, restaurateur Chris "Ludacris" Bridges. He is also a contestant of the Food Network's hit series Cutthroat Kitchen and Chopped, as well as the Co-owner and Executive Chef of Sensory Delights, a full-service catering company based out of South Florida. He talks about the techniques used in Haitian cooking, his familial influences, working with Ludacris, and more. HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.

Masters of Storytelling
Kris Bowers: Translating Emotion to Sound

Masters of Storytelling

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2022 45:03


An Emmy Award-winning composer and pianist, Kris Bowers has mastered the art of translating emotion to sound. From Bridgerton to Space Jam, Green Book, and most recently, King Richard, the Juilliard-educated pianist has established himself at the forefront of Hollywood's emerging generation of genre-defying composers. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Kris first made a name for himself in 2011, when he won the prestigious Thelonious Monk International Jazz Piano Competition at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. The win earned him a record deal with Concord Jazz, who later released his debut album, Heroes+Misfits, which opened at number one on the iTunes jazz chart in 2014. Since then, he's gone on to compose for projects that include Kobe Bryant's Muse, Ava DuVernay's When They See Us, Netflix's Dear White People, and Shonda Rhimes' Inventing Anna. In addition to his work as a composer for TV and film, Kris has recorded and performed with artists such as Q-Tip, Aretha Franklin, Ludacris, Christian Rich, Jay-Z, and Kanye West. In this episode of Masters of Storytelling, Maya talks to Kris about his craft as a composer, how he views jazz as a way of life, and the visceral experience of tying sound to story. Many thanks to Kris Bowers for providing music for this episode: 0:00 — "What's Stopping Us" from Netflix's 'Dear White People' 06:35 — "Bed-Stuy Princess / No System" from "Monsters and Men" 17:55 — "Hitchhiking" 22:01 — End Credits from "Monsters and Men" 33:58 — "In Loving Memory" from "Monsters and Men" 42:40 — "What's Stopping Us" from Netflix's 'Dear White People' For more information about Kris, visit: www.krisbowers.com For more information about BRC, visit: www.brcweb.com Follow BRC on LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/3CofmWY Follow BRC on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3a9OJsu   

Pot Up Podcast
Pot Up Podcast Episode 47

Pot Up Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 20:00


The Batman Movie Review and why it was better than Spiderman No Way Home Concert Review of Nelly and Ludacris from Reading PA My NCAA March Madness Outlook Concluding thoughts on the Suspension of Calvin Ridley and the Packers resigning Aaron Rodgers 

The GetUp Crew
GetUp Crew : Ludacris Netflix Tv Show (Tuesday,3/8)

The GetUp Crew

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 5:49


Ludacris calls us up to talk about the new season of his kids show Karmas World!

The Well Done Life
Limitless

The Well Done Life

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2022 64:46


It's episode 100! We're also kicking off our March theme of "Self-Checks and Celebrations". It's the last month of Q1. It's time to dial in, and look at taking the limits off. Let's do that with our fist guest, Tennille Martinez. Tennille is a hopeless lover of the written word, passionate educator, and visionary entrepreneur. She believes in the power of words and motivating those around her to achieve their greatest potential. She accomplishes this through coaching and mentoring clients, an extensive educational career, and her upcoming podcast - The Book Advantage. When she's not conquering her little intersection of the world, she loves journaling, traveling, and climbing mountains.Join us as we talk about limits, books, music and climbing mountains!! Tennille's Books and Music Selections:Books - Atomic Habits, Limitless, Big Leap, We Should All Be Millionaires, Becoming by Michelle Obama, The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho, The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison, I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou, Clap When You Land by Elizabeth Acevedo, and the entire Sweet Valley High SeriesSongsToo Good to Not Believer by Brandon Lake - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKVX_XdaP04Jireh by Elevation Worship & Maverick City - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mC-zw0zCCtgMove by Ludacris https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tw429JGL5zoContact information for Pamela &  The Well Done Life Podcast:Please reach out and share your feedback on this week's episode or topics that you would like covered :-)Twitter: https://twitter.com/iampamelaldavisInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/pamelaldavis/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thewelldonelifepodcast/Email: thewelldonelife@gmail.com--