We're back to our regular recording schedule which means, of course, we have not as much to talk about. But don't worry, we fill this hour of a chin-wag with some good insight, info and lols. Like, you'll learn what an "embargo" is if you don't know already. WATCH NEWS this week is... NO WATCH NEWS! Which kind of has the vibe of when your teacher doesn't assign homework for the weekend. WATCH SPOTTING... is Pharrell wearing his RM 88 SMILEY! Malaika's fav out in the wild. And we spend a lot of time talking about Richard Mille because we're both Mille-Pilled. We also discuss Michael B. Jordan wearing his vintage Piaget Polo, which we've been told is a gift from the brand. And in between that, well... you'll just have to listen luvs! Ciao for now.
Solo pod today from your main man, Coach Kos. Eric gives an update on Bill's status as a political prisoner, and before he can say much else, he receives an anonymous email with an attachment titled “Bill's Confession Tape.” Having never heard the tape, Eric decides to play it on air and react to it in real time. Lots of exclusives in this episode, you're not gonna want to miss it. Intro/Outro Song: “S.N.I.T.C.H.” by Pusha T featuring Pharrell
As a special bonus to wrap up our new Madonna series, we're re-publishing an episode, the fourth ever of Pop Pantheon (!!), from April 21, 2021 wherein DJ Louie and Jezebel's Rich Juzwiak attempt to parse about Madonna's commercial and artistic decline beginning with 2008's Pharrell and Timbaland-produced Hard Candy, 2012's limp return to dance music, MDNA, 2016's sprawling, trend-hopping Rebel Heart and 2019's generally baffling Madame X. Join Pop Pantheon: All Access, Our New Patreon Channel, for Exclusive Content and More!!Listen to Madonna: PT IListen to Madonna PT IIListen to Madonna PT IIIShop Merch in Pop Pantheon's Store!Check out Pop Pantheon's Madonna Essentials Playlist on SpotifyFollow DJ Louie XIV on InstagramFollow DJ Louie XIV on TwitterFollow Pop Pantheon on InstagramFollow Pop Pantheon on TwitterFollow Rich Juzwiak on Twitter
Bakkwoods is one of the hottest producers coming up. We discuss his work executive producing for SoFaygo, the success of Lil Tecca's "Lot of Me", cooking up with Pharrell and more! WATCH this episode on YouTube:https://youtu.be/bs14MJAKQM0FOLLOW Bakkwoods on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/bakkwoodsBUY producer tees:https://www.h3nrywitha3.com/shopFOLLOW us on social media:https://www.instagram.com/onemoretimecasthttps://www.tiktok.com/@onemoretimecastFOLLOW H3NRY on social media:https://www.instagram.com/h3nrywitha3https://www.tiktok.com/@h3nrywitha3FOLLOW Playback Ben on social media:https://www.instagram.com/playbackbenhttps://www.tiktok.com/@playbackben
In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by Densil McFarlane of The OBGMs (@theobgms) to discuss N.E.R.D.'s 2004 album Fly or Die. Obscured to some degree by the immense success of the group as producers (The Neptunes) and Pharrell Williams' eventual solo work, N.E.R.D. is more than deserving of their own oxygen as a bridge between hip hop and rock. Find out more about the influence N.E.R.D. had on Denz, the irritating, if predictable, critical response to Fly or Die, and why the first two N.E.R.D. albums sound like they could have come out last year on this week's podcast. Come join the Patreon family for bonus episodes, mailbags, show notes and even more goodness: https://www.patreon.com/columbiahouseparty Follow @ColumbiaHP on Twitter! While you're there say hello to @BlakeMurphyODC and @JGoldsbie. If merch is your thing, be sure to check out the store: http://bit.ly/chpmerch Or reach out to the show and say hey: firstname.lastname@example.org If you enjoyed today's show, please rate Columbia House Party 5-Stars on Apple Podcasts.See you next week for an all new episode of CHP.
On this episode of Face The Music Podcast the guys discuss inspiration, what inspires them, and how they can be an inspiration to others. Everything from Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Pharrell and more is intertwined into this conversation. They break down Kid Cudi's Entergalactic movie that you can watch on Netflix, and how he uses his music and artistic genius to tell a story of two people falling in love while chasing their dreams. They also joked about Buddy Pass vs Standby on the airplane, and would you leave your partner if they left their passport on a trip. Finally, they ended the episode with ways you can inspire others. LETS STAY CONNECTED! YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJt_HsyTKPqWV5qMa8A1dvQ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/facethemusicpod/ Justin on IG: https://www.instagram.com/vickisback/ Tony on IG: https://www.instagram.com/tonysustainsme/ Jelan on IG: https://www.instagram.com/jelanabrams/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@facethemusicpodcast E-mail: FaceTheMusicNC@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/facethemusicnc/support
Tristen J. Winger is here! Thug Yoda! on Insecure. 50 Central and So Help Me Todd on CBS, and so much more. Tristen is an all out delight. In this episode Rob and Tristen find out their mutual love for Pharrell and N*E*R*D. They also talk about tortises versus turtles and Rob learns the lessons that Tristen had to learn the hard way. This episode is a lot of fun! You're already reading the description so check it out! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode of Face The Music Podcast, the guys discuss the lack of respect for our musical legends and what makes a person an icon or OG in the music industry. Our personal favorite icons are Jay-z, Nas, Pharrell, 50 Cent and Andre 3000. The impact these artist made on society spread far past music. They also discuss the importance of being an entrepreneur and focusing on more than just the music. The guys even get in an heated exchange about basketball. Who is the goat Michael Jordan or Lebron James? Lastly, they discuss what kind of music you listen to when going into work. LETS STAY CONNECTED! YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJt_HsyTKPqWV5qMa8A1dvQ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/facethemusicpod/ Justin on IG: https://www.instagram.com/vickisback/ Tony on IG: https://www.instagram.com/tonysustainsme/ Jelan on IG: https://www.instagram.com/jelanabrams/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@facethemusicpodcast E-mail: FaceTheMusicNC@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/facethemusicnc/support
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In this episode, Wellington and Savon discussed the Eagles' home win against Green Bay and Aaron Rodgers getting hurt in the second half. They also discuss the Chiefs' convincing win against the Rams, Michigan dominating Ohio St. and their thoughts before the conference championships took place. Next, they discussed the Sacramento Kings' success and them being ahead of schedule plus Shai-Gilgeous Alexander's elite level of play for OKC; early in the season. For the album reviews, they started off with 38 Spesh's Beyond Belief and discuss the predominant boom bap sound, also Roddy Rich's Feed Tha Streets III and Armani Caesar's The Liz 2. Finally, they analyzed Samaria's new EP Didn't Start With You and Travis Scott and Pharrell's new single “Down In Atlanta”. In the second half, they review The Last Black Man in San Francisco, the 2019 film directed and produced by Joe Talbot in his directorial debut. Starring Jimmie Fails, Jonathan Majors, Tichina Arnold, Rob Morgan and Mike Epps. They discuss how this was an affecting story powerfully told and established. They also highlight this being an independent film with a difference and it being a beautifully directed and perfectly played. Finally, they discuss the impressive range of Jonathan Majors and this film not being done in a conventional sense or even linear.
Jerry Kolber is the co-creator and Showrunner of National Geographic's #1 series, BRAIN GAMES, for which he received a Prime Time Emmy Nomination. Kolber and Atomic are a frequent collaborator with icon Pharrell Williams, having created and producer BRAINCHILD (Netflix) with Pharrell, as well as two upcoming documentaries. Kolber is the co-creator and host of the world's most popular 3x weekly kids educational podcast Who Smarted?, which had three million downloads in its first year. Kolber's other creator and Showrunner credits include Inked (A&E), Confessions of a Matchmaker (A&E), GE in the Wild (with Mythbusters' Adam Savage), and the space documentary 14 Minutes from Earth (Netflix). Kolber grew up in the swamp in South Florida. He was an avid cyclist, theater kid, and nationally ranked Lincoln-Douglas debater. Kolber didn't know regular people could make movies until he met a group of regular people at NYU who were studying to make movies, where he was studying theater production and design. Kolber's first job was as Business Manager of the legendary Jean Cocteau Repertory Theater on the Bowery. Kolber followed his time at the Cocteau Rep with a summer in the immediately- post-Communist Czech Republic, attempting to produce theater in circumstances better suited to producing a nervous breakdown. Upon his return to the states, Kolber began working in the stage theatrical departments at major movie studios, including Universal and Disney. Kolber began his career in television in the production finance department at Dick Wolf's Fox hit “New York Undercover”, bridging the gap between finance and creative. He was the production auditor on the first seasons of HBO's Sex And The City, and Bravo's Queer Eye For The Straight Guy, ultimately becoming line producer of more than fifty episodes of Queer Eye while learning to put the hair product in from the back. Kolber went on a wild ride in the rapidly expanding early landscape of unscripted television, working for E!, fuse, Bravo, Disney/ABC, National Geographic, Discovery ID, MTV, Animal Planet, and multiple A&E series, as an in- demand Co-EP, showrunner, and writer of unscripted entertainment. He always knew that one day he would bring his love of entertainment and disdain for outdated one-size-fits-all education together and Brain Games provided the first of many opportunities to show what was possible. Since 2010 Kolber, his team at Atomic, and their amazing partners have been responsible for some of the most successful and beloved edutainment programming in the world. Kolber is a long-time resident of Manhattan's Lower East Side. Listen to Jerry's show whosmarted.com Watch and share my TEDx talk! - Get my book here #teachplaylearn Listen To My Other Podcasts The Classroom Collaborative & Teach, Play, Learn! www.adampetersoneducation.com - www.makesomeonesdayyellow.com --- 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/onmywaytoschool/message
Alt Show 511 Weekend of October 14/15 Playlist: Neon Trees - Animal (8Barz Remix) Portugal. The Man - Live In The Moment (Tycho Sunrise Remix) MGMT - Kids (Soulwax Mix) Hozier - Take Me To Church (DJ Mike D Remix) The Killers - Boy lovelytheband - sail away Empire Of The Sun - Walking On A Dream (RAC Mix) Tame Impala - Let It Happen Billie Eilish - everything i wanted (BPM Supreme Remix) The Struts - Fallin With Me Beach Weather - Sex, Drugs, Etc. The Killers - Mr. Brightside (Two Friends Remix) The Clash - I Fought The Law Foo Fighters vs. Kings Of Leon - Sex Is On My Hero (Mike Czech Remixxx) Silversun Pickups - Scared Together AJR - I Won't Green Day vs. Oasis vs. Eminem - Boulevard of Broken Songs (Party Ben Mashup) Smashing Pumpkins - Cherub Rock (Virgin Magnetic Material Remix) Twenty One Pilots - Stressed Out (PeteDown Remix) almost monday - Sun Keeps On Shining Red Hot Chili Peppers - Californication (Theatre Of Delays Remix) Cold War Kids - First (Max Vertigo Edit) Grouplove - Ways To Go (Grandtheft Remix) Jane's Addiction - Jane Says (Live) / Ravi Re-rub The 1975 - Chocolate (It's The Kue Remix!) Dirty Heads - Life's Been Good Sublime vs. Cypress Hill - Smoke 2 Hits From The Bong (Mike Czech Remixxx) Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness - Cecilia and the Satellite (X Ambassadors Remix) Bob Marley - Could You Be Loved (RAC Remix) Daft Punk - Lose Yourself to Dance (feat. Pharrell)
Interview by Haze https://www.instagram.com/mike_tall Recently we linked with buzzing VA rapper FNF Chop for an exclusive “Off The Porch” interview! During our conversation he talked about life in Richmond, getting into a lot of trouble when he was younger, catching 4 felonies when he was just 10 years old, being on house arrest in the 6th grade, not starting to make music until he was 18 when he was locked up, reveals he recorded his breakthrough single “Walk Down” in just 3 minutes, not liking the song when he first recorded it, the song going on viral on TikTok two years later while he was locked up, getting love from Pharrell, explains why he signed with RCA over every other label, how much his life has changed the past 12 months, his new single “Best Friend” with Stunna 4 Vegas, his upcoming EP ‘No Way Out', upcoming song with YungManny, and much more!
How did Vivian Westwood influence punk culture? What's the best way to clean produce? And what made Virgin Atlantic's uniforms so scandalous? Kyle and Jheisson answer these questions and more as they stitch their way across Wikipedia from Vivian Westwood to nostalgia!
what is Be Real? Did Drake really diss Megan The Stallion? SZA's new album will be out soon Pharrell talks to Travis Scott and their new song titled "Down in Atlanta" on Apple Music Interview and much more --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tatiswr7d/message
On the November 21 edition of the Music History Today podcast, the Backstreet Boys, the Beatles, & Pharrell all make history. Also, happy birthday to Coleman Hawkins & Dr. John. ALL MY MUSIC HISTORY TODAY PODCAST LINKS - https://allmylinks.com/musichistorytoday ALL MY MUSIC HALLS OF FAME PODCAST LINKS - https://allmylinks.com/musichallsoffamepodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/musichistorytodaypodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/musichistorytodaypodcast/support
The boys discuss their "Random Access Memories" when covering Daft Punk's fourth album. Hear about how a pair of robots collaborated with Pharrell, Nile Rogers, Girogio Moroder and others. You'll also pick up on Charlie's recollection of Daft Punk's 2014 Grammy victory and Cory's standom of the robots. You'll "Get Lucky" listening to this one! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/turntablesandtea/support
Leading up to International Transgender Day of Remembrance on November 20, people and organizations around the world participate in Transgender Awareness Week to help raise awareness of trans and gender diverse people, address key issues for our communities and explore ways to promote active allyship. We hope that through promoting the full inclusion of trans and gender diverse people in martial arts, we can break down stigma and reduce barriers to participation for our wonderful communities. Transgender Day of Remembrance honours the memory of trans lives lost due to transphobia and the impacts of discrimination. You can find out more about this here: https://tdor.org.au/ In this episode, Penny McKay (she/they) and Pharrell Shaymar (he/him) answer: What does it mean to be an ally? What do the terms "trans" and "gender diverse" mean? What happens when we include vs when we don't include trans and gender diverse people? What are the impacts on mental health on trans people when they are excluded from martial arts? How can martial arts/sports benefit trans people, mentally and emotionally? What are the very best and very worst things you've seen coaches do around LGBTQ+ inclusion? Being inclusive by words instead of actually taking accountability, what is the difference? And how can an ally support the community that shows inclusivity? Where does being trauma-informed fit into this topic? Do coaches need to be trauma informed to be inclusive? What language and framing is useful in addressing transphobia? E.g. if a gym member is casually repeating TERF talking points, how can coaches approach it constructively and minimise defensiveness? How can we work with instructors that refuse to include trans women in women's only classes? What advice do you have for parents/Guardians who aren't understanding of non binary and trans within facilities ? How do you manage staff and or parents who aren't accepting and inclusive? What is 1 actionable step for martial arts coaches and practitioners to implement this week? Content warning: Please note this discussion may include topics which are distressing - please take good care and link in your own support networks or the organizations below if you need. All things trans including language guides: https://www.transhub.org.au/ Young people and their families https://transcend.org.au/ Transgender Victoria https://tgv.org.au/ Pride in Sport www.prideinsport.com.au Queer Combat Collective on instagram QLife - 3pm to midnight every day: https://qlife.org.au/ Lifeline: 13 11 14 Rainbow Door: https://www.rainbowdoor.org.au/ 13YARN - First Nations Crisis support To contact Penny on Instagram: @voiceofsmallchange To contact Pharrell on Instagram: @pharrell_shaymar Sign up to the Conscious Combat Club newsletter here to get the latest updates about mindful and trauma-informed martial arts practices, clubs and research. Join the Conscious Combat Club on Facebook to meet fellow listeners of this podcast and help us transform martial arts into more inclusive sports for everybody. If you'd like to join The Fight Back Project, you'll find the waitlists for Melbourne here and online here. If this podcast has inspired you to create your own trauma-informed martial arts program, you can register for my 12 week online course here. Thank you so much to Nari for the beautiful song "Shape Me" heard at the beginning and end of this episode. Nari wrote this song about Shape Your Life, a boxing program for self-identified female survivors of violence in Canada. She wrote this song using the words and experiences shared by participants with Cathy Van Ingen. You can find out more about Shape Your Life in my interview with Cathy in Episode 8. You can hear more of Nari's work by going to her Instagram: @narithesaga
Travis, James, and Kevin welcome their friend Abe Lange to discuss the vintage outerwear and workwear market. With a pair of vintage Levi's jeans (found at the bottom of a mine shaft) selling for $87k, what drives the market for this vintage clothing? From mining shirts to raw denim and vintage jeans, how gross is too gross and how do you clean these old articles of clothing? Plus, Abe shares more about recently attending the preview for Pharrell's new auction house, Joopiter. Connect with Abe on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sumshitifound/ Hosted by Travis Landry, James Supp, and Kevin Bruneau Follow us on Instagram! Please fill out the listener survey here! Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Subscribe on Spotify Subscribe on Google Podcasts Subscribe on Amazon Music
In this episode, we talk about Jin's single, his performance in Argentina, his Running Man appearance, and the Rolling Stone interview between RM &Pharrell. There's also a bonus fluffy haired Yoongi convo at the end for those who make it that long! Our socials: Instagram: @girlzwithfunpod Twitter:@girlzwithfunpod Facebook: Girlz With Fun Podcast Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/girlzwithfunpod) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Here is Lindsey Solomon, founder of Lindsey Media and focuses on PR in Fashion and in the cultural arts. Initially when he started his career he will talk about how he worked at Happy Socks where he worked with artists including Pharrell, Snoop Dogg, and Robert Rodriguez. We are going to get to hear about PR and Lindsey growing up in the Big Apple and all the advice that he shares with his interns that he got from his professional colleagues. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
--- This episode of THEIMPACTPLAY is sponsored by Audible: Sign up for your free 30 day trial and immediately get access to 1 credit, that is good for any premium title. Simply go to: audibletrial.com/theimpactplay --- This is Episode 241 & On the Agenda, We Have: New Details have been Revealed About the PSVR 2, Hideo Kojima's Upcoming Game, EA has New Marvel and Star Wars Games in the Works, AMD's next-gen GPUs, Twitter's Upcoming Changes, The Sandman has been Green Lit for a Second Season, The Witcher's Recasting Details, West World has been Canceled, the 2023 WNBA Draft, the Houston Astros are the 2022 World Series Champions, the Final Countdown until IEM Rio Major Legends Stage, Takeoff has Passed Away, Taylor Swift's Tour, New and Up & Coming Music by Pharrell, Kodak Black, Drake, and more + The Top Stories of the Week... *** Your Support Keeps the Lights Running and Keeps the Content Rolling, You Can Support Us Over on Anchor: ANCHOR.FM/THEIMPACTPLAY/SUPPORT WHERE TIER II SUPORTERS & ABOVE: Have Access to Exclusive Content, Including the Post Show, Getting the Show Ad Free, and more... We are now an #EpicPartner So, for every purchase you make within The Epic Ecosystem when you use our Creator Code THEIMPACTPLAY - We do get a commission that will help support and further elevate the show and even take us to new heights at no extra cost! --- --- Show Host(s) : ITSYAGOOH : https://twitter.com/itsyagooh *** Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/theimpactplay Listen: https://anchor.fm/THEIMPACTPLAY Support: ANCHOR.FM/THEIMPACTPLAY/SUPPORT Merch: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/theimpactplay?ref_id=11948 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theimpactplay/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theimpactplay/support
MSNBC's Ari Melber hosts "The Beat" on Thursday, November 3 and reports on explosive new audio showing Trump lawyer was prepping for "combat" with left. Plus, Filmmaker Michael Moore joins with one week out until the midterm elections, predicting a Democratic sweep. Obama campaign manager Jim Messina and civil rights activist Maya Wiley join. And, Pharrell Williams tells Melber about his Mighty Dream Forum.
Pharrell talks about collaborating with BTS' RM, Selena Gomez drops a new song 'My Mind & Me' for her documentary and addresses her viral photo with Hailey Bieber, Drake opens up about his love life and more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Club DJ, writer and host of the podcast Pop Pantheon DJ Louie XIV joins us for an episode breaking down the careers of superproducers! This episode covers Timbaland, Pharrell, The Neptunes, Stargate, Jack Antonoff, Dr. Dre and Max Martin. Stick around to the end to hear our Top 5 songs produced by Max Martin! You can follow Louie at @djlouiexiv, AJ at @ajmarksofficial, Sola at @iamsolamusic, and Popheads at r/popheads on Reddit, @popheads on Twitter, or @popheadsreddit on Instagram. Also, please be sure rate and review us wherever you listen to this podcast!
On this episode of the podcast we showcase 32 songs from super producer Pharrell!! It's a fun jam packed show & tournament, check us out!!! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vgeorgesmith/support
In this edition of NovTrender First, Miles and super producer Becca discuss Takeoff of Migos being killed in Houston, the Supreme Court rejecting Lindsey Graham's request to avoid testifying in Georgia, Thanksgiving, Billie Eilish's couples Halloween costume, Twitter charging for blue check marks?, and Pharrell X BTS X RM!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Pharrell Shaymar (he/they) AKA "The Pad Technician" Pharrell is a professional boxing coach with over 10 years' experience coaching athletes, amateur boxers, women's self defence programs, and group fitness. Pharrell is an accomplished speaker LGBTQ+ Advocate and community leader. Pharrell uses the prism of boxing through advocacy, breaking down barriers, educational videos and breaking stereo types of trans people in combat sports. His key message is "I will never become biologically male, but I am a gentleman" ***TRIGGER WARNING: Self harm*** Contact Pharrell on instagram: @Pharrell_shaymar Georgia and Pharrell discuss: How Pharrell got into martial arts Common problems in gyms and how to avoid them How to choose a gym To join the LIVE podcast, register here. Sign up to the Conscious Combat Club newsletter here to get the latest updates about mindful and trauma-informed martial arts practices, clubs and research. Join the Conscious Combat Club on Facebook to meet fellow listeners of this podcast and help us transform martial arts into more inclusive sports for everybody. If you'd like to join The Fight Back Project, you'll find the waitlists for Melbourne here and online here. If this podcast has inspired you to create your own trauma-informed martial arts program, you can register for my 12 week online course here. Thank you so much to Nari for the beautiful song "Shape Me" heard at the beginning and end of this episode. Nari wrote this song about Shape Your Life, a boxing program for self-identified female survivors of violence in Canada. She wrote this song using the words and experiences shared by participants with Cathy Van Ingen. You can find out more about Shape Your Life in my interview with Cathy in Episode 8. You can hear more of Nari's work by going to her Instagram: @narithesaga
On episode 37 The gang is back with special guest Curtis "Tiny" Curtis Ward giving hot takes on Kanye's fall from grace, Is he really cancelled?, Yung Joc accidently Zelle someone 2,000, how would you get your money back? Do men trap women more then women trap men with babies? Is Angela Simmons playing with Yo Gotti or do he know the vibes? Is it over for Tom Brady, should he retire? Why are the Lakers struggling? Is this Lebron last year in the NBA?, Why is it so many Steelers fansin Baltimore? KD, Ray Lewis and Pharrell partner to renovate Royal Farm Arena in Baltimore and more ......... Executive Producer: Tyrin "Rin Loco" Bynum Follow Rin Loco on social media Youtube: Rins Real Rap Instagram @Rinloco @RinsRealRap Facebook: RinsRealRap Twitter: @RinsRealRap TikTok @rinsrealrap (Co-Hosts) Dapper Don @Dapper_Donssc Shantel @Shantell______ Youtube: Shan__tell_iT (Guest) Instgram @Orr_Tiny Facebook: Curtis Ward OrrEnt (Business Spotlight) @cequincebeauty_ @glitzphotobooth_ @shesphancy.esthetics
Episode 85 - Oct. 30, 2022 - All About Mr. West - Violation Counter - Ceddy - 13 x Walt - 3 x DJ Intence - 0 - Happy Halloween - Kanye West aka Ye - Drink Champs - Kanye West Anti-Semetic Post on Twitter - Kanye West Quote of Those whom are in Power - Kanye West Apology Tour - Roc-Fella & Iceberg Conflict - Dapper Dan x Versace x Gucci - Dapper Dan Importance to Urban & Hip-Hop - International P - American Dream for The African-American in this Country - Coca-Cola History of Fanta - Stand Firm with Choices - Unity of different Ethnic Groups compared to Black Americans - Our personal experiences within the Jewish Community (in Rockland County, NY) - Black Wall Street x Rosewood x The African-American or Negro Community Buying power of 2 Trillion Dollars - Companies that Drop Kanye West - Adidas, Gap, Balenciaga, JP Morgan Chase, MRC, CAA, Foot Locker, TJX, Christie's, Madame Tussauds London, Legal Representation, The RealReal - Jeen-Yuhs (Kanye West Doc on Netflix) - Donda West - Flipping Product at The Outlets Malls - No Jumper Podcast x Adam22 Quote on Kanye West - Rihanna New Song for Black Panthers 2 - Rihanna Super Bowl HalfTime Show - Pusha T. Arby's & McDonalds Beef - Jason Weaver Lion King Situation - Birdman Baby Pharrell Cash Money Conflict - Drake x Pharrell only Collab was Special from “Room of Improvement” Mixtape - The Birdman Baby Bad Business - Busta Rhymes “A-Milli” Beat - Bangladesh Producer - Songs Of The Episode - @LoveIndoe aka Indoe “Deep”
Ett optimistiskt sinnelag gör för det mesta livet både roligare och längre. Men som med allt annat kan även positivitet gå överstyr, så pass att det till och med kan bli toxiskt - sårande för omgivningen och dåligt för den egna lyckan. Lina och Björn tipsar om hur man håller glaset på en lagom halvfull nivå.Klipp och musikPharrell - HappyTinas Mat OLW reklamBritney Spears - ToxicSimpsonsThe Ghost and Molly MCGeeStop Being So Positive! Kati MortonBritney Spears - Toxicmail: email@example.com: Peter Malmqvistproducent: Clara Wallin Stötta oss och lyssna reklamfritt via https://plus.acast.com/s/dummamanniskor. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
BMX legend and cultural icon, Nigel Sylvester, joins the crew on this week's episode of Say Less. On the heels of the release of his self-titled book "Nigel Sylvester: Go," the multi-hyphenate entrepreneur speaks to Low, Kaz and Jake about his one-of-a-kind career and how he found life on a bike. He speaks in depth about his mentor, the late Dave Mirra, and how his lifestyle inspired Nigel to chase different goals than BMX athletes around the world. Sylvester explains how his Queens-upbringing made him a Hip-Hop staple alongside the likes of Pharrell, Kid Cudi, JAY Z, Greg Yuna and many more. Nigel Sylvester also breaks down many of his incredible brand collaborations with Nike and Jordan Brand, Mercedes Benz, and his viral ride-outs that he's put together at landmarks all across the world. This is an eye-opening look into the life of one of the most impactful action sports athletes of our generation. 00:01:54 - The First BMX Athlete Signed To Jordan Brand 00:04:20 - The Creation Of His Book "Nigel Sylvester: Go" 00:05:50 - Staying True To Himself When Going Corporate 00:08:00 - Greg Yuna and Nigel Sylvester's Brotherhood 00:23:00 - How He Explained His BMX Career To His Parents 00:27:30 - Dave Mirra Taking Nigel Sylvester Under His Wing 00:33:00 - How Music Influences Nigel's Creativity 00:43:00 - Let's Talk About "The Punch" -- Follow Say Less: Watch the full video of the podcast on YouTube.com/Kazeem Hosts: @Kazeem, @LowKeyUHTN and @ItsRosy @SayLessKazLowRosy, @kazeem, @lowkeyuhtn, @itsrosy - Instagram @SayLessKazLow, @kazeem, @lowkeyuhtn, @itsrosy - Twitter @SayLessKazLowRosy, @kazeemfamuyide, @LowUHTN, @itisrosy - TikTok
Buckle up for another brilliant conversation with a good friend of mine, Pharrell Shaymar. Back in episode 5 in 2020 Pharrell bravely shared his truth, his life and his identity to the world in a very vulnerable podcast... This has remained an episode very close to my heart and has touched many listeners along the way. Well my friends, it's been two years since having Pharrell on the show, so I thought I'd best drag him (he sure wasn't kicking and screaming though) back behind the mic and see what has unfolded in his world. From the boxing ring as a very technical and passionate trainer and coach, now to the stage and to life aspiring to understand and assist in the space in, around and everywhere in-between the LGBTQA+ community and the rest of the world. We talk about how Pharrell's own understanding and experience has evolved in this ever-evolving space and how perhaps we can all better understand and most importantly support those amongst us who are navigating their own personal journeys along the way. Another beautiful, sometimes vulnerable and perhaps for some, sometimes confronting conversation. Big love. SPONSORED BY TESTART FAMILY LAWYERS Website: www.testartfamilylawyers.com.au PHARRELL SHAYMAR Instagram: www.instagram.com/pharrell_shaymar TIFFANEE COOK Linktree: https://linktr.ee/rollwiththepunches/ Website: www.rollwiththepunches.com.au LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/tiffaneecook/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/rollwiththepunchespodcast/ Instagram: www.instagram.com/rollwiththepunches_podcast/ Instagram: www.instagram.com/tiffaneeandco See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We must have blocked kidneys the way our drip is Stoney. This week, Jimmy and Larry are back to invite everyone to our live podcast at Stone Island's new Chicago store this Friday, beating cancer one joke at a time, getting killed in a comedian's IG comments, homophobic Irish grandmothers, wedding speeches, 3 suits in 3 days, walking through a historic black movie set, unsolicited tailoring advice, realizing you have a weak belt game, snubbing your boy, the new king of New York, James reviews Le Rock which is supposedly the best new restaurant in the city, racist body hacking that's almost too absurd to believe, GOAT copping Grailed and what that could mean for Lawrence's bank account, solicited financial advice, a complete scene report from Pharrell's auction, breaking down rapper heights in person, embarrassing themselves in front of Pusha T, hot basic chicks discovering Arc'teryx, the finesse of the year and much more. For more Throwing Fits, check us out on Patreon: www.patreon.com/throwingfits. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
On SZN 4 Episode 13 we have a convo with MARC GRIFFIN; Journalist, Staff writer at VIBE MAGAZINE and SNEAKVIBING Blog, and creator of IN SEARCH OF MAGAZINE . Marc talks about his journey being a hip-hop artist and transitioning into becoming a journalist. We discuss our favorite eras of hip-hop and take a deep dive into the best moments of the "Blog Era", where artists like Kendrick, Nipsey Hussle, Drake, and J. Cole made names for themselves. Marc shares with us some of his biggest disappointments as a writer and what he learned from them. He talks about getting the opportunity to meet and interview his idol Pharrell at Yankees stadium, and his favorite moments from that experience. We also converse about the different fashion trends that come and go in hip-hop, his love for superheroes, embracing your uniqueness, and how he'll adjust to his new career at VIBE MAGAZINE in NYC. https://www.instagram.com/marcgriffin_/ https://linktr.ee/nolabelthepod
Find everything Tony P at https://www.tonyphenderson.com Music: Greg Klyma https://www.klyma.com I hate the news. Like, really hate the news. It's mostly just politics, and death, and scare tactics. So I decided to create my own news show - for people like me who hate the news - with nothing but funny and wacky stories from around the world. I call it Tony P. Oddcast. ******************************************************************************************************* McDonald's is bringing back its family of recognizable figurines in a new adult Happy Meal, which, yes, includes the toys. Beginning October 3, customers can order a Cactus Plant Flea Market Box — a Big Mac or 10-piece chicken McNuggets, with fries and a drink. The meal is a collaboration between the streetwear brand and the fast food chain as it digs deeper into nostalgia. We're taking one of the most nostalgic McDonald's experiences and literally repackaging it in a new way that's hyper-relevant for our adult fans,” said Tariq Hassan, McDonald's USA chief marketing and customer experience office in a release. Cactus Plant Flea Market is a streetwear brand that has been popularized by Kanye West and Pharrell in recent years. Complex has described its aesthetic as a “fluid and eccentric combination” mixed with “playful graphic imagery.” And its elusive origins are a major appeal for the brand's fans. Hoodies from the brand can sell as much as $1,000 on the online marketplace StockX. McDonald's (MCD) has found success with its celebrity collaborations, often crediting them for boosting sales. Past partnerships include BTS, J Balvin and Travis Scott, with the latter being so popular that it ran out of meals.
From Guatemala to Rwanda to LA, Andres Paz Micheo has left a stamp wherever he goes. Whether it was at Adidas with Ye and Pharrell or in Rwanda helping bring essential cellular to the people, Andres has seen it all and jumps on today to talk about those experiences and more!
Join Wade Bloggs, G Li, and Scan as they give you another episode of one of the longest-running hip-hop commentary podcasts available. What's in this episode: – Remembering PnB Rock. – Pharrell bringing a Block party to Norfolk. – Usher announces the 25th-anniversary edition of 'My Way". – Jack Harlow nominated for "Lyricist of the year" and much, much more. For Inquires contact Wade at WordsWithWade@gmail.com Hosted By @THEWadeBloggs along with @_G_Li & Scan (@Nissa.Moore) Produced by @THEWadeBloggs Executive Produced by @THEWadeBloggs www.WordsWithWade.com.
GHR Podcast Exclusive Mix 1. DJ Sneak & Bad Boy Bill - Bad Boys (Humboldt Mix) 2. LF System - Afraid To Feel (James Bluck Remix) Brad Wood - Are You High 3. ATXM - Bounce 4. Pharrell ft. Gwen Stefani - Can I Have It Like That (R-You Remix) 5. Paul Woolford & Pessto - Can You Pay 6. Chris Lorenzo & COBRAH - Mami 7. Lizzo - About Damn Time (Kue's Star Mountain Remix) 8. Shouse - Love Tonight (BAVR & Soulely Remix) 9. Tiësto & Charli XCX - Hot In It (Tiësto's Hotter Extended Mix) 10. House of Prayers - Greatest Dancer 11. Cammora, 1 World - Lost In Music 12. Sofi Tukker feat. Tuck's Dad - Larry Bird (Sinego Remix) 13. Odd Mob x Mobb Deep - Soulja Tool (Brent Betit Edit) 14. Nicki Minaj x Fisher - Super Freaks (Richelle Edit) 15. Jessie Ware - Free Yourself (Paul Woolford Remix) 16. Mau P x Hi-LO - Drugs From Amsterdam (Ango Edit) 17. Diplo & WhoMadeWho - Make You Happy (Melle Brown Remix) 18. Ummet Ozcan - Dust 19. Mura Masa, Channel Tres & Shygirl - Hollaback Bitch *All Music Provided by all Major Labels *No Copyright Issues Subscribe to the GHR Podcast: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ghett…adio/id435480382 Website: www.weareghr.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/ghettohouseradio Twitter: www.twitter.com/ghettohouse Instagram: www.instagram.com/ghettohouseradio
Jen Proctor loved being a performer. But when her dream to be a professional singer ended, she pledged to be a good person in the entertainment industry, something she knew wasn't a given. So in 2015, she launched her agency Cultivated Entertainment and works with clients like Meta, Pharrell, Drew Barrymore, the Obama Foundation, Stand Up for Cancer, and the Primetime Emmy Awards. She's built her agency based on the vision of seeing a need and filling it. So if you're interested in working with talent from actors to TikTok stars, this episode is for you. Listen to Nathan and Jen discuss: Her early career as a field producer at Fox Why everything is an emergency in the entertainment industry Cultivating a superpower around talent Myths about working with celebrities and talent Why honesty is an essential part of relationship building Why she'll never forget an hour she had with Betty White Working on the Dear Class of 2020 project with the Obama's Negotiating and talent search tips The three gatekeepers of celebrity talent Short-lead versus long-lead talent And much more talent relations strategies… Who do you want to see next on the podcast? Comment and let us know! And don't forget to leave us a 5-star review if you loved this episode. Wait, there's more… If you enjoy the Foundr podcast, check out our free trainings. Get exclusive, actionable advice from some of the world's best entrepreneurs. Speak with our friendly course experts to get clarity on the next steps for your idea, business or career. You will get tailored insights from results achieved by our proven practitioners as well as thousands of students. Book a call now... For more Foundr content, follow us on your favorite platform: Foundr.com Instagram YouTube Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Magazine
Today's conversation is with designer and creative director June Ambrose. June is an award-winning creative director, stylist, costume designer, and entrepreneur who has built a career creating culture-shifting moments through fashion and style. Using fashion as her language, June teaches us her own personal way of finding one's voice. In today's episode, we explore themes of finding one's voice, the importance of authenticity, the constance of reinvention and what happens when you give yourself permission. Today's conversation reminds us of the power in building a brand and not to be defined by someone elses opinion of us. Things mentioned https://us.puma.com/us/en/puma/june-ambrose-x-puma-hoops-high-court-collection?utm_source_activity=TAG&utm_source=IG&utm_medium=BM&utm_campaign=PaidInfluencer_2021_HighCourt_PNA (June Ambrose's Collection) with Puma https://www.theguardian.com/media/2018/jun/27/big-dick-energy-what-is-it-who-has-it-pete-davidson-ariana-grande- (Big D Energy) What to listen to https://open.spotify.com/album/7a5kavkE59JLa6LRTq9ait (Mo Money Mo Problems (feat. Puff Daddy & Mase)) https://youtu.be/hHcyJPTTn9w (Missy Elliott - The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)) https://youtu.be/j6G1uwe20wg (Jay-Z - Change Clothes ft. Pharrell) https://youtu.be/wH_0_pijbZY (Shabba Ranks - Ting-A-ling) Who to follow Follow June Ambrose on IG https://www.instagram.com/juneambrose/?hl=en (@juneambrose) Visit her website https://www.juneambrose.com/about-june (here.) This conversation was recorded on August 18th, 2022. Host https://www.instagram.com/dario.studio/ (Dario Calmese) Producer: https://www.instagram.com/holly_woodco/ (Coniqua Johnson) Visual Art Direction and Designs: http://riverwildmen.com/ (River Wildmen), https://www.instagram.com/afrovisualism/ (AfroVisualism) Director of Digital Content: https://www.instagram.com/vickygcreative/ (@vickygcreative) Bookings: https://www.instagram.com/itsms.kt/ (@itsms.kt) Original Music composed by Adam Radice Audio Edited by Adam Radice Visit us at https://www.blackimagination.com/oral-history (blackimagination.com )
The Black Effect Presents... The What?! Who is the best producer in rap music? Dre Dre? Pharrell? Kanye? DJ Premier? Join Nyla, Mouse and legendary DJ/Producer Clark Kent for great convo on who's in the upper echelon of rap production. Be sure to subscribe, rate, comment and share. Follow @thewhathiphoppod @nylasymoneee @mouse_jones @djclarkkentSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
N.O.R.E. & DJ EFN are the Drink Champs. In this episode we talk with the one and only Issa Rae!Issa talks about her journey and her evolution in the entertainment industry. Issa also shares stories of working with Pharrell, receiving the key to her hometown of Inglewood, CA and more!Issa talks about her critically acclaimed hit TV show “Insecure”, its creation process, and much more!Issa also talks about her new show “Rap Shit” streaming now on HBO Max!Lots of great stories that you don't want to miss!!Make some noise for ISSA RAE!!!
The world has been captivated by Beyoncé's 7th studio album RENAISSANCE ever since it dropped nearly two weeks ago. And while many have relished in the excitement of the new era Beyoncé has ushered in, it hasn't been without some controversy. Amidst a crediting conflict primarily between artist Kelis and music producer Pharrell, another issue arose. Some disability advocates took issue with a song lyric containing the word 'spaz' in the track “Heated.” It's a word rooted in the word spastic, a medical term often used to describe those who suffer from disabilities involving muscle spasms. Beyoncé's not the only artist who has received criticism for the use of the term. In June, Lizzo also received similar backlash after including the word in the lyrics to the song "Grrrls." In response both artists removed the word from their lyrics. Writing this month for OkayPlayer, Clementine Williams noted that the term has often been used by Black artists to mean “going wild,” and that the initial call outs on the Beyoncé and Lizzo lyrics were largely made by white disability activists. However, the double meaning and history of its use in African American Vernacular English does not negate the harm the term can cause for the disabled community. Instead, moments such as these have helped create dialogue around what accountability can look like in the music industry, and even drawn the conversation to the growing movement and consciousness around disability. But for Black disabled writer, poet, activist, and scholar Leroy Moore Jr., he couldn't help but notice a critical voice missing from the conversation: Black disabled artists. Leroy was born with cerebral palsy and has dedicated much of his writing and activism to disability rights. He co-founded Krip-Hop Nation, a movement that uses hip-hop as a means of expression for people with disabilities and this movement has grown to different parts of the world including parts of Africa and Europe. He is also a doctoral student in linguistic anthropology at UCLA, and he writes and delivers lectures and performances that reflect the intersections between racism and ableism, in the United States and abroad. Leroy joined The Takeaway to give us his take on the situation. He addressed the problematic nature of both policing Black language while erasing Black disabled voices and he shined a light on the ways Krip-Hop Nation is working to make change.