Jay boasts of Brazilian psych and girl group goodness while discussing of his unlikely friendship with a literary working-class hero who helped him discover a power pop great. Deon brings urban hits, brand-spanking new indie pop and experimental space rock to the mix. Super-secret-special friend Nichole dishes on her love of T Swift (but not necessarily Swifties) and Allison Mosshart. Oh Yeah. Alright. Sonic (non-mix) contributors to the seventeenth bonus episode of Lightnin' Licks Radio podcast include: The Koreatown Oddity, DJ Nu-Mark, Jurassic 5, Dave Matthews Band, Zach Braff, Natalie Portman, Young-Holt Limited, Melvin and Mervin Steals, Madlib, Joachim Sherrylee, Supercordas, Boogarins, Pharrell Williams, Seun Kuti, Egypt 80, Jimmy Bishop, Say She She, The Pink Floyd, Francis Bebey, Easy Love, Jeff Bridges, Eagles, Andre 3000, Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs, Joni Mitchell, Judy Collins, The Beatles, John Mayer, E.L.O., Cheech & Chong, Bon Iver, The National, Ryan Adams, The Dead Weather, Anthony Bourdain, Jesse Plemons, Eddie Holman, Barbara Mason, Rick James, Debrah Foreman, Bauhaus, Tom Petty, Phil Seymour, Alabama, Jay's amazing mixtape pen pal Ben Hamper (reading excerpts from his excellent memoir Rivethead published by Warner Books and also as a disc jockey on WNMC 90.7 FM out of Traverse City, Michigan), the Hagerty Sidedrift Podcast's Larry Webster, goddamn Fleetwood Mac, Jim Croce, Frederick Knight, Anita Ward, The Big Moon, Slow Pulp, Crispin Glover, and last but not least…Wipers. Featured artists: Jay – Guaxe, Honey & the Bees, Jess Cornelius, Dwight Twilley Band, Deon – Janelle Monae, Hawkwind, Love & Rockets, Marika Hackman Supper-special-secret friend Nichole B. – Matt Costa, Taylor Swift, The Kills, Dr. Hook Bonus #17 mixtape: [SIDE A] (1) Ben Hamper bumper intro (2) Dwight Twilley Band – Baby Let's Cruise (3) The Kills – Sour Cherry (4) Hawkwind – Silver Machine (5) Jess Cornelius – I Can't Tell You Why (6) Matt Costa – Astair (7) Janelle Monae – Float [SIDE B] (1) Marika Hackman – No Caffeine (2) Love & Rockets! – Rainbird (3) Honey & The Bees – We Got To Stay Together (4) Taylor Swift – My Tears Ricochet (5) GUAXE – nilo (6) Dr. Hook – Sharing The Night Together [END] --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/llradio/message
Kenny and Mark celebrate the first solo-penned song by Madonna since 1985 as well as one of THE masterful live performances of her career - Live Earth 2007! Topics include the beauty and the challenge of a charity single, the arrival of Pharrell Williams, the return of Mirwais, children's choirs, jealous aunts, Gogol Bordello, Filth & Wisdom, David Banda, the vibe of a Madonna “hat”, being part of a band, and the pleasures of a full company bow (we'll miss you most of all, Donna). Over to YOU, New York!Madonna - Live Earth Performance at Wembley Stadium (2007)OMG - and in the video, the commentators call Madonna the original MILF :)
This week on The Sound Kitchen you'll hear the answer to the question about the French / Mongolian joint venture. There's a moment of nostalgia in store for you, “The Listener's Corner” and “Ollia's Happy Moment” with Ollia Horton, and Erwan Rome's “Music from Erwan”. All that, and the new quiz question, too, so click on the “Play” button above and enjoy! Hello everyone! Welcome to The Sound Kitchen weekly podcast, published every Saturday – here on our website, or wherever you get your podcasts. You'll hear the winner's names announced and the week's quiz question, along with all the other ingredients you've grown accustomed to: your letters and essays, “On This Day”, quirky facts and news, interviews, and great music … so be sure and listen every week.Erwan and I are busy cooking up special shows with your music requests, so get them in! Send your music requests to email@example.com Tell us why you like the piece of music, too – it makes it more interesting for us all!Be sure you check out our wonderful podcasts!In addition to the breaking news articles on our site, with in-depth analysis of current affairs in France and across the globe, we have several podcasts that will leave you hungry for more.There's Paris Perspective, Spotlight on France, and of course, The Sound Kitchen. We have an award-winning bilingual series – an old-time radio show, with actors (!) to help you learn French, called Les voisins du 12 bis. And there is the excellent International Report, too.As you see, sound is still quite present in the RFI English service. Keep checking our website for updates on the latest from our team of journalists. You never know what we'll surprise you with!To listen to our podcasts from your PC, go to our website; you'll see “Podcasts” at the top of the page. You can either listen directly or subscribe and receive them directly on your mobile phone.To listen to our podcasts from your mobile phone, slide through the tabs just under the lead article (the first tab is “Headline News”) until you see “Podcasts”, and choose your show. Teachers, take note! I save postcards and stamps from all over the world to send to you for your students. If you would like stamps and postcards for your students, just write and let me know. The address is firstname.lastname@example.org If you would like to donate stamps and postcards, feel free! Our address is listed below. Another idea for your students: Br. Gerald Muller, my beloved music teacher from St. Edward's University in Austin, Texas, has been writing books for young adults in his retirement – and they are free! There is a volume of biographies of painters and musicians called Gentle Giants, and an excellent biography of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., too. They are also a good way to help you improve your English – that's how I worked on my French, reading books which were meant for young readers – and I guarantee you, it's a good method for improving your language skills. To get Br. Gerald's free books, click here. Independent RFI English Clubs: Be sure to always include Audrey Iattoni (email@example.com) from our Listener Relations department in all your RFI Club correspondence. Remember to copy me (firstname.lastname@example.org) when you write to her so that I know what is going on, too. NB: You do not need to send her your quiz answers! Email overload!And don't forget, there is a Facebook page just for you, the independent RFI English Clubs. Only members of RFI English Clubs can belong to this group page, so when you apply to join, be sure you include the name of your RFI Club and your membership number. Everyone can look at it, but only members of the group can post on it. If you haven't yet asked to join the group, and you are a member of an independent, officially recognised RFI English club, go to the Facebook link above, and fill out the questionnaire!!!!! If you do not answer the questions, I click “Decline”.There's a Facebook page for members of the general RFI Listeners Club, too. Just click on the link and fill out the questionnaire, and you can connect with your fellow Club members around the world. Be sure you include your RFI Listeners Club membership number (most of them begin with an A, followed by a number) in the questionnaire, or I will have to click “Decline”, which I don't like to do!This week's quiz: On 14 October, I asked you a question about France / Mongolia cooperation, which you read about in RFI English journalist Jan van der Made's article “Mongolia president begins France visit to discuss uranium mining, energy”.France is especially interested in uranium mining in Mongolia. Jan noted that business co-operation between the two countries is not new, and wrote about a 2015 joint venture. You were to answer these two questions about that joint venture: what are the names of the companies involved, and what is the controlling interest of each company?The answer is, to quote Jan's article: “In 2015, nuclear cooperation between France and Mongolia took a step forward with the creation of Badrakh Energy, a joint venture that is controlled by Orano's subsidiary Areva Mongol (66 percent) while Erdenes Mongol, through its subsidiary Monatom, holds 34 percent.” In addition to the quiz question, there was the bonus question: “Who – to you - is the most handsome man in all of history?”Do you have a bonus question idea? Send it to us!The winners are: RFI Listeners Club member Jayanta Chakrabarty from New Delhi, India. Jayanta is also the winner of this week's bonus question. Congratulations Jayanta!Also on the list of lucky winners this week is Muhammad Shamim, the president of the Golden Eagles RFI Listeners Club in Keralam State, India, and RFI Listener's Club members Fr. Steven Wara from Bamenda, Cameroon; Hans Verner Lollike from Hedehusene, Denmark, and Zenon Teles from the Christian – Marxist – Leninist - Maoist Association of Listening DX-ers in Goa, India.Congratulations winners!Here's the music you heard on this week's programme: “The Running Camel”, a traditional Mongolian folk song performed by Morin Khuur and his ensemble; “The Flight of the Bumblebee” by Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov; “The Cakewalk” from Children's Corner by Claude Debussy, performed by the composer; “Happy” by Pharrell Williams, and “We Are Family” by Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards, performed by Sister Sledge and The CHIC Organization. This week's question ... you must listen to the show to participate. After you've listened to the show, re-read our article “Macron pledges emergency funds for flood-struck towns in northern France” to help you with the answer.You have until 11 December to enter this week's quiz; the winners will be announced on the 16 December podcast. When you enter, be sure you send your postal address with your answer, and if you have one, your RFI Listeners Club membership number.Send your answers to:email@example.comSusan OwensbyRFI – The Sound Kitchen80, rue Camille Desmoulins92130 Issy-les-MoulineauxFranceorBy text … You can also send your quiz answers to The Sound Kitchen mobile phone. Dial your country's international access code, or “ + ”, then 33 6 31 12 96 82. Don't forget to include your mailing address in your text – and if you have one, your RFI Listeners Club membership number.To find out how you can win a special Sound Kitchen prize, click here.To find out how you can become a member of the RFI Listeners Club, or form your own official RFI Club, click here.
1983 veröffentlichte Casio ihre erste G-SHOCK - eine Revolution in der Welt der Armbanduhren! Über die Jahrzehnte entwickelte sich G-SHOCK zu einer Stilikone der Streetculture an Handgelenken von Pharrell Williams und Kanye West über Justin Bieber und Rihanna hin zu Brad Pitt und Doug aus "King of Queens". Amadeus und Fabian wagen den Deepdive in die Historie der japanischen Brand, zeichnen ihren Werdegang nach, besuchen das 40 Jahre G-SHOCK Event in Berlin, sprechen mit u. a. DJ JNS von Overkill, BMX Pro Kevin Nikulski, Perry von den Beathoavenz, und G-SHOCK Key-Account Manager Christian Dittrich, und werfen einen Blick in die Zukunft. Shownotes: 00:00 Intro & Hochzeiten / 03:47 OH! Update / 6:55 #LPU / 13:45 #WOMFT / 15:19 40 Jahre G-SHOCK / 16:11 Die Historie / 34:24 Das große Event in Berlin und Statements von Kevin Nikulski, Perry/Beathoavenz, Christian Dittrich, DJ JNS / 41:06 Impact & Forecast / 43:02 Outro EP145 ist ein Advertorial. Werbepartner dieser Episode in freundlicher Zusammenarbeit: [G-SHOCK](https://gshock.casio.com/de/) Mehr Infos auf: https://linktr.ee/ohschuhenpodcast
Et on n'oublie pas les échauffements avant l'écoute ! TRACKLISTGroove Theory ft. Nubian - Tell Me (6 Karat Hi Hop Mix)Mura Masa ft. NADIAH - rise Nuyorican Soul ft. Jocelyn Brown - It's Alright, I Feel It (M.A.W Remix)Kid Cudi - AT THE PARTY (with Pharrell Williams & Travis Scott)The Neptunes - Frontin' (ft. Pharrell & Jay-Z)Brent Faiyaz, FELIX! & Tommy Richman - UpsetD33x Danny Daze - The Operator (Wet Mix)yaeji - easy breezy yaeji - RaingurlEli Escobar - Daywun Ali Hassan Kuban - HabibiSylvere - Work My BodyFloating Points - Birth4000Jockstrap - Sexy ft. Babymorocco - Taylor Skye RemixNookie - Only YouActress - Typewriter World ( c 8 )Risco Connection - Ain't No Stopping Us Now The Family number One - Lara De Bahia King Doudou - GárgolasKh - Looking At Your Pager (Extended)Sofia Kourtesis - How Music makes You Feel Better Donald Byrd - Dominoes Deee-Lite - Good Beat Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
Ooit goed voor 43% van alle afgespeelde muziek op de Amerikaanse radio. Dwars door de muren van genres heen. Verantwoordelijk voor een kenmerkende synthesizersound. Rauwe instrumentaties, geserveerd met falsetto zanglijntjes.Dat kan niet missen: in de 11e aflevering van Wegbereiders duiken Ghost, Voszz & Noot in het werk van Pharrell Williams. En daar waren ze best wel happy mee. Support the show
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This is the 1st hour of The Land of Make Believe with Old Man Ratchet that aired on Saturday November 11th, 2023 from 8 to 9 pm (est) on WOZO-LP 103.9 FM Knoxville, TN and streamed online at wozoradio.com. This hour was mixed using Serato Dj Pro 3.0.12 software using a Pioneer DDJ Rev 5 controller. Additional editing, vocals and production was done with Audacity Freeware for noncommercial use. WOZO is a non-commercial radio station that relies on listener support. To help us stay on the air, please consider a donation through Venmo @WozoFM Thank You!Track List:Station ID - The DandelionPSA - He Man Bad TouchPSA - Samuel Alito's Mom's Satanic Abortion Clinic tsthealth.orgOld Man Ratchet - 1 Minute Horns (Show Intro)Itchy-O - Mystrabia (w/ Various Samples Mixed in)Presidents That Owned SlavesRun The Jewels ft. Pharrell Williams and Zack De La Rocha - Ju$t (Toy Selectah's Version)The Claypool Lennon Delirium - Southbound Pachyderm (Live at House of Blues Boston 8.26.16)Darondo - The WolfCypress Hill - Holy Mountain Instrumental (Show Interlude)Itchy-O - Garden of IgigiCloZee - Long Live The Chill (Tripp St. Remix)Dj Shadow Feat. Mos Def - Six Days (Remix)Gorillaz Feat. MF DOOM - November Has ComeWyclef Jean Feat. Refugee All Stars - Gone Till NovemberLunaVerSol - GaneshaNegativland - This Is Not NormalOld Man Ratchet - Out on The Mellow (Hour Outro)Stanzi Potenza - Tired of Cleaning Your Pots and Pans?
Topics include:Prince's ex wife got a movie deal from her book about him DJ Akademiks is scared of Saucy Santana Lauryn Hill sucksSoulja Boy told J. Cole to leave him aloneSLAPS:Megan the stallion, Sir Anthony, MGMT, Kid Cudi ft. Pharrell Williams, Travis Scott, The Beatles Tan.gent on Spotify, BandcampFollow The Rumble TrioFollow NOBS BRASS BandDoes It Slap Playlist The Hustle Season on Patreon Our Linktree:::::ADVERTISE ON THE HUSTLE SEASON PODCAST:::::Have a business/event you want to get out to listeners?Are you an out of town band coming to Richmond and want to promote your gig ?? Buy a spot on the Hustle Season Podcast, starts at $25. So easy!!
Kwame's coming home, Gary Graff joins us, TMZ greatest interview, Britney Spears' The Woman in Me, Connor Stalions 1-star reviews, an argument about panda bears, and a penis drawing on local TV. We will be live on YouTube post-Detroit Lions victory on Sunday at around 7pm. Join us! Kwame Kilpatrick is coming back home. Gov. Andrew Cuomo will be on the No BS Newshour tomorrow. Michigan Football Scandal: Connor Stalions 1-star vacuum reviews. Are Stalions and Blake Corum in business together or what? Respect the due process! Drew is going crazy over a couple of random A.I. Beatles tunes. Gal Gadot is screening mass murder in theaters. Warren Mayor Jim Fouts is OUT and replaced with a woman. Ivanka Trump was on the stand today and looked pretty hot. The Democrats won big again in the elections thanks to abortion. Hillary Clinton is back with a warning for America. Megan Fox is the top-selling “love poetry” author. Gary Graff joins us to discuss the release of the Red & Blue Beatles remixes, chatting with Giles Martin, Mal Evans vehicles on the way, recap Stevie Nicks' concert, the end of Fleetwood Mac, give his take on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and more. Britney Watch 2023: Timbaland has apologized to Britney Spears for his “muzzle” comment. Britney Spears' childhood home is for sale. The house includes a door with “Christina sucks. Brit Rules” written on it. We read some excerpts from the literary masterpiece. Paging Doctor Meth… Former NFL DB Earl Thomas was scammed by his ex's new fling. We remember his famous orgy stories. TMZ turns 18 years old. We recall their greatest interview ever with Paris Hilton. McDreamy is the Sexiest Man Alive even though he hasn't done anything in 25 years. OnlyFans: Donna D'Errico has been on OnlyFans for 1 whole year. The OnlyFans teacher nailed Adam22 and Lena the Plug in a porno. Charlie Sheen is fine with his daughter on OnlyFans now. A penis ended up in the background of a Heather Catallo WXYZ story. Adam Aron of AMC fame was catfished. Jonah Falcon responded to our snarky comment on Twitter (NSFW). An argument breaks out over the worth of Pandas. Vote for or against them here. Pharrell Williams is hocking $1M Louis Vuitton bags. Drew REALLY wants you to subscribe to the YouTube page. Visit Our Presenting Sponsor Hall Financial – Michigan's highest rated mortgage company If you'd like to help support the show… please consider subscribing to our YouTube Page, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels, Jim Bentley and BranDon).
La vie de Sofia est un roman - à découvrir dans le Nova Club.Sofia Kourtesis est une productrice originaire du Pérou et basée à Berlin. Son tout nouvel album Madres, sorti le 27 octobre sur Ninja Tune, témoigne d'histoires personnelles que notre invitée nous contera tout au long de l'émission. David Bola, dénicheur des dernières pépites, fera un focus sur le Pitchfork Festival, qui se déroule du 6 au 12 novembre dans 12 lieux parisiens festifs. TRACKLISTDavid McWilliams - The Days of Pearly Spencers Kid Cudi - AT THE PARTY ft. Pharrell Williams, Travis Scott)Saya Gray - ANNIE, PICK A FLOWER.. (PICK A FLOWER)Le disque de 19h22 (envoyez votre proposition, un morceau aux couleurs Nova Club, à @davidblot sur Instagram!) :Two Lone Swordsmen - The Big Clapper Sofia Kourtesis - VajkoczySilvio Rodriguez - UnicornioManu chao - Minha galeraSofia Kourtesis & Manu Chao - Estación Esperanza Hagop Tchaparian - Right To RiotEthel - Andromeda Elkka - DJ FriendlyThe Dare - Bloodwork CumGirl8 - Gothgirl1Logic1000 - Self To Blame (ft. Kayla Blackmon)Blawan - Why They Hide Their Bodies Under My GarageSofia Kourtesies - How Music Makes You Feel Better Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
Our guest for this episode is music legend Timbaland. With more Top Ten hits than Elvis, Tim is one of the world's most successful super producers, performers and music entrepreneurs.He's worked with artists including Pharrell Williams, Rihanna, Missy Elliott, Justin Timberlake, Michael Jackson, Elton John, Jay-Z and Beyoncé. And yet despite this incredible success, Tim has faced down a number of life-threatening crises.Accidentally shot in the neck as a teenager, he still carries the remnants of the bullet that left him partially paralysed for more than a year. A reminder, he says, of the fragility of life but also his innate resilience.Years later the legacy of that injury came back to impact Tim, causing him to become seriously addicted to the painkiller OxyContin - a habit which almost claimed his life.Tim is passionate about the issues of addiction and depression, particularly in the music community from where he‘s lost a number of close friends. He states that while he came ‘from the era of drug dealers' making rap hits, we are now in ‘the era of drug users'.So in this episode you'll be in the company of someone who has experienced the true highs of show business success and all it has to offer … but who also knows about the deadly pitfalls, those crises he has somehow managed to navigate.My thanks to Timbaland for joining us on Crisis What Crisis? I hope you enjoy the episode. *Disclaimer – This episode includes discussion of addiction issues. Anyone struggling with addiction should seek professional help from an expert. Here's where to find support https://www.talktofrank.com/get-help/find-support-near-youLinksStream/Buy ‘Allies' by Some Velvet Morning: https://ampl.ink/qp6bmSome Velvet Morning Website: www.somevelvetmorning.co.uk Your Daily Practice: Sleep by Myndstream: https://open.spotify.com/track/5OX9XgJufFz9g63o2Dv2i5?si=b2f9397c92084682Host: Andy CoulsonCWC production team: Louise Difford and Jane SankeyWith special thanks to Global For all PR and guest approaches please contact – firstname.lastname@example.org
Our first episode with a theme based on lyrical content! This week all the songs are about money, either having it or not having it. Songs discussed in this episode: Pink Floyd - Money (1973) Jane Kennaway - IOU (1980) Gary U.S. Bonds - Out Of Work (1982) Wu-Tang Clan - C.R.E.A.M. (1993) Radiohead - Dollars and Cents (2001) Fat White Family - Tastes Good With The Money (2019) Destiny's Child - Bills Bills Bills (1999) The Beatles - You Never Give Me Your Money (1969) Adam Ant - Made of Money (1982) Pharrell Williams, 21 Savage, Tyler the Creator - Cash In Cash Out (2022)
Vi elsker når du gætter med, så hermed får du alle introspørgsmålene til dagens udgave af Musikquizzen. Hvad hedder den britiske pige-trio med "I Heard A Rumour" of "Love in the First Degree"? (1987). Hvad hedder sangerinden med "Superstar"? (Quizkampen 00erne). Hvad hedder bandet med sangen "Men ikke endnu en vinter"? (Vintertid). Hvilken gruppe lavede "Get Lucky" sammen med Pharrell Williams? (Musik med D). Hvilken gruppe har lavet A Whiter Shade of Pale? (Klassikerquizzen). Vært: Kenneth K.
1) Daft Punk feat. Pharrell Williams & Nile Rodgers - Get Lucky 2) NOIYSE PROJECT - Metanoia 3) Joyce Muniz & Theus Mago - Balin Bali 4) Biesmans & Shubostar - Across the Universe 5) TERR - Only for Tonight (Extended) 6) PAUL (AR) & EANP - Insane (Lexicon Avenue Remix) 7) Yet More - Brenda Bradley 8) High on Mars - Orientalist (Stan Kolev Extended Remix) 9) Kamilo Sanclemente - See the Sun 10) Ezequiel Arias - Mad Man 11) Carlos Pires & Retro Station - Let me be Your Fantasy (Progressive Mix) 12) Delirium feat. Sarah McLachlan - Silence (Stone Van Brooken & Pete K Remix)
! What's Past - Is Prologue ! ! ! Callin' ALL The Boom Booms & The Zoom Zooms ! ! ! Turn On - Choon In - Zig Zag ! ! ! Hello World . . . Groovin' Blue Is On The Air ! ! * * * GROOVIN' BLUE 23 - 10 * * * Groovin' Blue is dedicated to Dr. Li Wenliang 1. (4:21) GB 23-10 Intro Produced by - WAGRadio Vinyl Librarian William "Fats Is Back" Reiter 2. (3:16) "Smooth Operator (TikTok Mix)" - SWALLOX [Ego] 3. ( :27) WAGRadio Zuka Id 4. (4:06) "Pick It Up Honey (DJZigZag Gettin' Smitty Wit' It EdiT)" - FUNKY GURLZ [Sophisticated Elite] samples - "Pick Up The Pieces" - AWB (Average White Band) [Atlantic 45rpm No. 45-3229] 1974 Prod. Arif Mardin, Arr. AWB, Horns Arr. Roger Ball 5. (2:29) "Ms. Johnson" - FOGGIERAW [Foggieraw] 6. (3:19) "Wrong Number (DJZigZag La Petite Mortimer EdiT)" - JESUS PABLO, PIXEL8 TRAX [Sunshine At Midnight] 7. ( :35) WAGRadio Wait A Minoot Id 8. (1:36) "Haute" - JANELLE MONAE [Warner] 9. (6:16) "Big Apple Boogaloo (Original Vinyl Mix)" - BROOKLYN FUNK ESSENTIALS [Dorado 12" No. DOR 057] 1997 10.( :19) WAGRadio Stress This Id 11.(2:51) "Solo" - CHICOCURLYHEAD [Latium Entertainment Inc.] 12.( :12) WAGRadio Real Id 13.(7:04) "Darkness" - TIMMY THEE DJ, JAYSOULS, BOVMUSIQ [Dynmite Disco Club] 14.(4:39) "Fender Jazz Ensemble (DJZigZag EdiT Pt.1)" - KENNY SUMMIT, KAYSUM [Good For Your Records] 15.(2:58) "Baby Workout" - JACKIE WILSON [Brunswick 45rpm No. B-55239] 1963 - Vocal with Chorus & Orch. Dir. by Dick Jacobs 16.(4:15) "Morning Sun (DJZigZag Final EdiT)" - KERRIER COLLECTIVE [Boogie Cafe] 17.(5:42) "Switch" - GREG PAULUS, TAYLOR BENSE [Freerange] 18.( :27) WAGRadio GB2005 Open Segment plus Id 19.(3:13) "Contact High" - EQUAL ft. GYPTIAN [Flex Up Song] 20.( :49) WAGRadio Bouncy Familiar Id 21.(2:47) "Lady Cop (Instrumental)" - 2RARE [Warner] 22.( :14) WAGRadio Cap Fit Id 23.(5:06) "Would You (go to bed with me?) vs. Jazzed (Muzikman Vibes Mix) [DJZigZag MashEdiT]" - ALCEMIST, CAMPBELL, MAUZIKMAN EDITION, DANIELE BUSCIALA [Atlantic] / [Merecumbe] 24.(2:58) "(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher And HIgher" - JACKIE WILSON [Brunswick 45rpm No. 55336] 1967 - Vocal w/ chorus and instrumental accompaniment Directed by Gerald Sims, Arr. Sonny Sanders, Prod. Carl Davis 25.( :28) WAGRadio Fun Yeah Id 26.(2:44) "I Don't See" - KEY NOTEZ, DEFUCKNBITZ [5Eleven Entertainment LLC] 27.(2:48) "Falling Up (DJZigZag Perco Later EdiT)" - ADEKUNIE GOLD, PHARRELL WILLIAMS, NILE RODGERS [Def Jam] 28.(2:48) "If You Wanna Be Happy" - JIMMY SOUL [Quality No. 1520X] 1963 Prod. Frank Guida 29.( :07) Nu GB End 30.(2:50) "Doggin' Around" - JACKIE WILSON [Brunswick Records Lp No BL754185 "Jackie Wilson's Greatest Hits] 1972
Get ready for an unforgettable journey through the music in this episode of Legends of Music. Join me in an exclusive conversation with the iconic musician, composer, and groove master, Nile Rodgers. Discover the stories behind his biggest hits, working with big artists, his famous guitar 'The Hitmaker', and so much more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode of Da Fixx, we welcome Brian Nathan, a multi-talented artist, producer, composer, and director, for our spiritual detox segment. We discuss Brian's faith journey, his accomplishments, and his role as the head of his household. Brian shares his experiences in the music industry and his passion for helping others through his creative agency. In our real talk segment, we discuss how to go from potential to purpose, the importance of showing up, trusting God, and not being influenced by fear or envy. We also discuss the inclusion of gospel music in high-profile events and express admiration for Pharrell Williams and his ability to blend genres. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hello, it's me, Billy Amendola, on “Billy's Bubble here on Drum Channel. My guest today is music director Ray Chew. Ray was a child prodigy since the age of six, he was a first-call studio and touring musician since the mid-seventies, and he's been on TV producing and leading house bands for over two decades. He's worked with Melba Moore, Ashford & Simpson, Luther Vandross, Roberta Flack, Donny Hathaway, Diana Ross, Rihanna, Carrie Underwood, Pharrell Williams, Justin Bieber, Aretha Franklin, Lenny Kravitz, Pitbull, Queen Latifah, and Jennifer Hudson to name a few. His TV shows as music director and performer include, Live at the Apollo, American Idol, The Grammy's, Primetime at the Emmys, both Miss Universe and Miss USA Pageants, and Macys Thanksgiving Parade and 4th of July Celebrations. These days, since 2014, you can catch him on the hit TV show Dancing With The Stars. Let's welcome Ray Chew to Drum Channel. Enjoy!
BoF's founder and editor-in-chief Imran Amed sits down with the men's creative director of Louis Vuitton to discuss his journey into the luxury industry and his plans for the world's largest luxury brand.Background:Pharrell Williams has been part of the global cultural consciousness for the better part of two decades as a rapper, songwriter and music producer. But earlier this year, when he was named men's creative director for Louis Vuitton, his career took on a whole new trajectory. This week on The BoF Podcast, Williams joins BoF founder and editor-in-chief Imran Amed to discuss his new vision for luxury at Louis Vuitton as part of a BoF 500 cover story, examining his journey into the luxury industry, his vision for Louis Vuitton and how he is thinking about stepping into the shoes of his predecessor Virgil Abloh.“He has giant shoes for one to try to fill. But that's not what I'm here to do. I'm not here to fill my brother's shoes. My brother's shoes are his shoes. And the steps that he took are his steps. And I would never want to get in the way of that.” Key Insights: Williams is approaching the design process from the point of view of a customer. “When I got here, I was so excited and I knew all the things that I wanted to do because I am the consumer,” he says. “I know what it is that I'm looking for so I design from the lenses of what it is that I'm going to need.”Williams has his eye on expanding the Louis Vuitton brand, not just in terms of sales volume, but also the brand's core values and who it aligns itself with, hinting at forming new partnerships. “Growth is not just in sales growth, it's also growth in perspective,” he says. At the core of Williams' mission is to make Louis Vuitton menswear centred around people, both its customers and those who work for the brand. “The material items that we offer are important, and these are beautiful objects, but they are the result of something more valuable, which is the humans and their ideas that work here … that's what you're buying.”For those looking to find their own creative path , Williams' advice is simple. “When you see a block, there's a way around it…Curiosity is going to be the fuel to help you do that,” he explains. “And don't look back. For what? You can see how far you come later.”Additional Resources:Pharrell Williams: The Future of Luxury Is ‘Freedom'Louis Vuitton's CEO Answers Key Questions on Pharrell's DebutPharrell at Louis Vuitton: When Fashion Became EntertainmentPharrell at Louis Vuitton: Has Luxury Outgrown Fashion? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Anthony Evans is a powerhouse talent in the music industry, renowned for his work as a performer, producer, author, and vocal contractor/arranger for some of the most famous icons in today's music, that includes Kanye West, DJ Khaled, Pharrell Williams, Tori Kelly, CeeLo Green and others. Anthony has achieved success with his #1 Billboard chart-topping Gospel music, as well as being a former contestant on NBC's The Voice, on Team Christina Aguilera, along with being a best-selling author of several books. He went on to become a talent producer for NBC's The Voice. Anthony just released his new singleEven If from his much-anticipated, upcoming studio album REVIVE. Furthermore, Anthony is currently a part of “The Reunion Tour,” along with Kirk Franklin, Tye Tribbett, The Clark Sisters, David and Tamela Mann, and Israel Houghton. Anthony also works as a global ambassador for Food for the Hungry, an international relief, development, and advocacy organization. In December 2023, Anthony will also be seen as one of the co-stars in two holiday films on the BET television network. https://anthony-evans.com/
Watch/Listen to this and all episodes ad free by joining the ITBR Patreon for only $5 a month! patreon.com/ivorytowerboilerroom Music journalist and pop culture expert Sowmya Krishnamurthy enters the ITBR to discuss how Hip-Hop revolutionized the fashion industry in her new upcoming book “Fashion Killa." Sowmya's book details the timeline of when Hip-Hop was believed to have begun, on August 11th, 1973, to today's modern blend of culture between the Hip-Hop and fashion industries culminating with Pharrell Williams acquiring his job at Louis Vuitton and discussing the future of pop star brands like Yeezy and asking the question: “What's the future [of a celebrity brand]… beyond the artists career span”? Sowmya and Andrew also discuss Kim Kardashian's rise to fame and the infamous rumor that almost cancelled Tommy Hilfiger. Follow Sowmya on TikTok @fashionkillabook and on Instagram @Sowmyak Visit her website to learn more about her story at http://www.thesowmyalife.com/ and pre-order a copy of her book "Fashion Killa" at https://www.fashionkillabook.com/ To subscribe to The Gay and Lesbian Review visit glreview.org. Click Subscribe, and enter promo code ITBR50 to receive 50% off any print or digital subscription. Head to Broadview Press, an independent academic publisher, for all your humanities related books. Use code ivorytower for 20% off your broadviewpress.com order. Order from @mandeemadeit, mention ITBR, and with your first order you'll receive a free personalized gift! Follow That Ol' Gay Classic Cinema on Instagram, @thatolgayclassiccinema. Follow ITBR on IG, @ivorytowerboilerroom, TikTok, @ivorytowerboilerroom, and X (formerly Twitter), @IvoryBoilerRoom! Thanks to the ITBR team! Andrew Rimby (Host/Director), Mary DiPipi (Chief Contributor), and our Fall 23 interns (Jonathan and Sara) --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ivorytowerboilerroom/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ivorytowerboilerroom/support
Today is the release day of photographer Micaiah Carter's debut monograph, Micaiah Carter: What's My Name, featuring a wide range of photos he's taken over the last decade, both professionally and personally. Carter is now one of the most sought-after photographers in the fashion and magazine world, particularly when it comes to portraits of Black celebrities. He's shot Pharrell Williams, Playboi Carti, Naomi Osaka, Michael B. Jordan, Zendaya, and many more. Micaiah Carter joins to discuss the book, his practice, and photographic vision.
1. Mario x Ty Dolla $ign - Used To Me2. Roy Woods - Dime3. Eric Bellinger Ft Fabolous & Cordae - Curious4. Swayvo Twain - SDM5. Bryson Tiller Ft Drake - Outta Time6. Torey Lanez Ft Trey Songz - Still Waiting7. The Bonfyre Ft Wale - You Remind Me8. Jorja Smith Ft Popcaan - Come Over9. Jann Simi - Slide (My Way)10. JAE5 Ft Dave - Propeller11. WizKid Ft Damian Marley - Blessed12. Burna Boy - Ginger13. Kidi - Touch It14. T-Classis Ft S1mba - Body15. DaBaby Ft Davido - Showin' Off Her Body16. Burna Boy - Big 717. NSG - Lupita18. Afro B Ft Kizz Daniel - Bluffin 19. Odunsi Ft Runtown - Star Signs20. Adekunle Gold Ft Ty Dolla $ign - One Woman21. WizKid - Mighty Wine22. Davido Ft Summer Walker - D & G23. Omah Lay - Understand24. Ckay - Love Nwantinti Top 10 9-28-231. Diddy & Nija - Stay Awhile2. Odeal - All That It Takes3. Muni Long - Made For Me4. Tendai - Tried To Fly5. Raiche - Big Daddy6. Jorja Smith - Falling Or Flying7. Eric Roberson - I Apologize 8. Olivia Dean - Ladies Room9. Goapele - Purple10. Keiko Matsui Ft Lalah Hathaway - Love And Nothing Less35. Pharrell Williams & Travis Scott - Down In Atlanta36. The Weekend Ft Playboi Carti & Madonna - Popular37. Mark Ronson Ft Lucky Daye - Too Much38. Jenevieve - Rendezvous 39. John Legend Ft JID - Dope40. K Camp - Comfortable 41. Summer Walker & City Girls - Ex For A Reason42. Cordae - Make Up You Mind43. Ciara Ft Summer Walker - Better Thangs44. DJ Khaled - Shining45. Usher - Boyfriend
Doug Stone talks to jazz musicians about life, music, recent and upcoming performances, equipment and current events on this Tenor Talk Podcast recording. A different jazz musician is featured in each episode. This episode features Kirsten Edkins and was recorded February 13, 2020. Kirsten Edkins is an American saxophonist, composer and educator. A graduate of the Eastman School of music, Edkins became the first woman to perform in Bill Holman's Big Band. She has also been a member of several Grammy- award winning bands: John Beasley's MONK'estra, the Claire Fischer Band, Big Phat Band and the late composer Johnny Mandel's band. She's performed on many television shows, such as “American Idol”, “the Late, Late Show”, “Tonight Show” and “The Voice” where she's worked with artists like Pharrell Williams, Katherine McPhee, Kelly Clarkson, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton. She has a private studio in Southern California, has taught at the Pasadena Conservatory of Music, Bill Green Mentorship for the LA Jazz Institute, Monterey Jazz Camp, Stanford Jazz Camp, and Idyllwild Performing Arts. She is a proud D'Addario Winds Artist and plays Retro Revival mouthpieces.Learn more about Kirsten here: https://www.kirstenedkinsmusic.com https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7kMuikSH6hb4DCdI4KDTasHJftaAPcrU Let's connect: Website: https://www.dougstonejazz.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dougstonejazzsaxophone/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100089874145057 If you want to learn more about jazz improvisation and be part of the Doug Stone Jazz community get on our email list! https://www.dougstonejazz.com/about Head over to the Doug Stone Jazz Shop for some fun jazz merch: https://www.dougstonejazz.com/product-page/just-play-the-changes-long-sleeved-shirt #dougstonejazz #jazz #podcast #musicianlife #musicians #tenorsaxophone #jazzmusicians #jazzinterview #musicianlife
Connect with the remixed Johnny PE on all platforms for new music, videos, and socialposts.Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/3sCo5sdPcpYW9jU6GeAG73Instagram TheJohnnyPEJohnny PE (PE stands for Pushing Everyday) is moving on from the R&B/hip-hop of hispast. They are still part of his style, but “Somehow,” his latest single, is not the one orthe other.They are, instead, part of a new fusion that incorporates both with the instrumentationand lyrics of several kinds of music that are in his musical background, including hisupbringing and the place where he was born, raised and still lives — Nashville,Tennessee, specifically East Nashville.“Somehow” and its video drop on September 13.It is on the surface a love song and a song about relationships in general, with people,with life.“‘Somehow' is all about how it's okay to move on, from a relationship or from certainparts of your life where you feel like you're stuck,” said Johnny PE. “As long as we'rehere, there's always a tomorrow. You always got new opportunities to make a bettertomorrow. You just got to keep pushing everyday.”Memories keep pouring downWe can't escape from this dark cloudIf we could find a way to figure it outSomehow, SomehowMoving on is what he is doing. “Somehow” is the next stage in his musical development.The drums of “Somehow” say hip-hop. The melodies and instrumentation arealternative. The soft, easy guitar work is like a ballad, and the lyrics are emo, butJohnny PE's clear, strong voice now and then dips into R&B.“Once you listen to ‘Somehow' and some of the future music, you'll see it's morealternative. It's actually more emo because it's more guitar — acoustic heavy, but it stillhas a bass line.”He said “Somehow” marks the opening of a new phase in his career, and the choice isdeliberate. His tracks from here on out will be descendants of this one.“I'm in a different space in my life,” he said. “Hip-hop has saved a lot of people's lives,and it's always going to be around, but I want to make something more meaningful tome personally, something that touches me on a bigger level, something that people canrelate to. It was time to change gears and show my evolution as a person and as anartist.”It is such a mix that he can't put a name to it, but he said, “Once you hear this record?It's gonna tell you just about everything you need to know about where I am and whereI'm going.”The variety on display in this song, the way all the different pieces come together sosmoothly, is a natural result of his upbringing and his place.His influences include, “of course,” Michael Jackson, but he said, “My parents used toplay Side A, and Anita Baker, Luther Vandross, the old school music. My older brother,he would play different things, man. I'm ranging from Bone Thugs-N-Harmony toNickelback, Coldplay, Chris Brown, John Mayer, Usher, Frank Ocean and PharrellWilliams. Growing up in my house, I'd get a little bit of everything.”It's also his place — Nashville, which is known for country, but also has a rich andvaried musical culture, from country to blues.“It's a great place to be,” he said.His background is making him a well-rounded artist, “able to try different things andexperiment with my voice, and I can write just about whatever I want.”He has been making music for a dozen years or so now, starting out, like so manypeople do, “self-taught, singing our favorite songs on the radio.”Then, one day, his brother told him, “Man, you got a really nice voice. You should take itserious,” and he took his brother's advice.“Of course, I wasn't releasing music, but I was taking myself through music bootcamp,recording and trying to get better. I've always done R&B, then started to get better,gaining some local buzz. I just kept doing it, kept getting better, working on my voice,working on my pen, and here we are.”He has two more singles ready to go, “Changes” and “Breaking.”“They're special, man. Words can't even do them justice.”“I'm serious,” he said, laughing. “Amazing records, man, amazing. I'm excited aboutthem. We got stuff lined up, and we're really working.”
All 5 of 'NSYNC's boy band members reunited at the VMAs, presenting Best Pop Video to Taylor Swift's "Anti-Hero". They'll be releasing "Better Place" soon, a promo single for upcoming Trolls' movie Trolls Band Together! Until then, I flashback 10 of 'NSYNC's favorite songs. Theme Song: "Dance Track", composed by Jessica Ann Catena'NSYNC Top 10 Favs Playlist10. “Pop” (2001)9. “I Want You Back” (1998)8. “Girlfriend” (2002-2003)7. “Merry Christmas, Happy Holiday” (1998)6. ("God Must've Spent) A Little More Time With You" (1998-1999)5. “I Thought She Knew” (2000)4. “Tearin' Up My Heart” (1998)3. “Bye Bye Bye” (2000)2. “This I Promise You” (2000-2001)1. “It's Gonna Be Me” (2000)'NSYNC discography'NSYNC YouTube channelBai's 2017 Super Bowl CommericalThe Boy Band Con: The Lou Pearlman Story (2019)20/20: From Pop to PrisonRelated Episodes:Ep. 17 - History of Halftime ShowsEp. 29 - 'NSYNC's "It's Gonna Be Me"Ep. 58 - AMAs 2020 PredictionsEp. 68 - Radio Disney (1996-2021)Ep. 69 - Justin Timberlake Top 20Ep. 112 - Britney Spears Top 20 Ep. 201 - Madonna Top 10Ep. 204 - VMAs 2023 Predicitons
Lori Sussle Bonanni is the founder of elssus, LLC, a multi-disciplined communications consultancy. Lori builds and grows companies' reputations thereby increasing awareness, business results and credibility. Think of her as a nontraditional publicist working with companies as early as funded startups and as established as Global 500s. She partners with her clients to help them raise their next round of funding, hire and retain top talent and be noticed by potential and existing customers. Her work spans communications including public and media relations, strategic, internal and crisis communications, integrated marketing, advisory and more. Lori speaks and writes about effective and mindful communication, visibility and reputation management. Lori's most requested talks are ‘Attention is Earned, Not Given: Getting Your Business Media Attention' and ‘Mindful Communication: Who are you Unknowingly Excluding?' Lori gives generously with her time. She opens office hours to mentor startup founders through Almaworks (Columbia University's startup accelerator), Black Ambition (supporting Black and Latinx founders founded by Pharrell Williams) and Mentor Makers (via the Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center). She speaks with marketing and advertising students at universities through a partnership with the Advertising Education Foundation. Lori also hosts monthly Ask Me Anything sessions to answer questions from founders and operators about how to best communicate a funding round before, during and after the announcement. Prior to launching elssus, Lori held senior-level marketing, communication and business development roles at world-class organizations including Verizon, World 50, NBCUniversal and DDB. Her writing has been featured in prestigious media outlets such as U.S. News and World Report, Huffington Post and The Muse. Lori earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communications with a Specialization in Advertising and Public Relations from Rowan University. After graduation, she participated in BUNAC's International Work Exchange Program in London, England. Lori also earned multiple continuing education certificates for Advertising Copywriting from the School of Visual Arts. In 2021, she earned both a Certificate in Women's Entrepreneurship from Cornell University and a Certificate in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace from the University of South Florida. In 2023, Lori was recognized as a Woman of Excellence by the Rochester Business Journal. Key Moments [00:05:44] Random jobs in London, publishing firm followed. [00:07:58] Found it, booked it, went big, loved it. [00:12:11] Temporary remote work led to permanent company. [00:13:40] Flexibility, diversity, adventure - thriving in work. [00:17:18] Jersey Shore, different country, reference for Philadelphians. Find Lori Online https://www.elssus.com/series-a-funding-announcement-pr https://www.elssus.com/ask-me-anything https://www.elssus.com/services https://www.linkedin.com/in/lorisusslebonanni/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/elssus If you're enjoying Entrepreneur's Enigma, please give us a review on the podcast directory of your choice. We're on all of them and these reviews really help others find the show. **GoodPods: https://gmwd.us/goodpods iTunes: https://gmwd.us/itunes Podchaser: https://gmwd.us/podchaser** **Also, if you're getting value from the show and want to buy me a coffee, go to the show notes to get the link to get me a coffee to keep me awake, while I work on bringing you more great episodes to your ears. → https://gmwd.us/buy-me-a-coffee** Follow Seth Online: Seth | Digital Marketer (@s3th.me) • Instagram: Instagram.com/s3th.me Seth Goldstein | LinkedIn: LinkedIn.com/in/sethmgoldstein Seth on Mastodon: https://masto.ai/@phillycodehound MarketingJunto.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Es wird immer klarer: In der Luxury Branche geht nichts mehr ohne HipHop. Louis Vuitton vertraut auf Pharrell Williams. Tiffany setzt auf Jay-Z und Beyoncé. Neuer Gucci-Liebling ist A$AP Rocky. Die Liste: never ending. Kaum noch eine Kampagne ohne HipHop-Einfluss. Es ist ein absolutes Phänomen – auch vom Business Case: Am 11. August 1973 wurde HipHop in den Bronx geboren. Zum 50. Jubiläum jetzt ist es der wichtigste Soundtrack für den Luxusmarkt und treibt damit einen globalen Umsatz von über 370 Milliarden Dollar. Fashion, Watches, Beauty: HipHop rules! Warum das so ist – darüber habe ich mit Phillip Böndel gesprochen, Mastermind im HipHop-Business. Früher hat er mit Rappern wie Eko Fresh und Kool Savas gearbeitet, heute ist er Star der Agentur-Branche. Gerade in die Liste der wichtigsten Köpfe 40 unter 40 gewählt. Er ist Co-Owner der Kreativagentur Butter und hat The Ambition gegründet, das erste Beratungsunternehmen für HipHop-Culture in Deutschland. Eine neue Studie von ihm zeigt: dass sich allein in Deutschland mittlerweile 14.9 Millionen Menschen mit HipHop identifizieren. Es ist längst keine Nische mehr. Es ist Popkultur. Kein anderes Genre ist derart stilprägend: 77 % der Gen-Z lassen sich von HipHop diktieren, welche Marken sie cool finden und kaufen. Welchen Impact das hat, was viele Unternehmen immer noch unterschätzen? Was ist Klischee, was Fact: das alles jetzt hier in TOMorrow. Also: Get Smart Or Die Tryin‘! Viel Spaß in der wahren Welt des HipHop, viel Spaß mit dem Chef-Rapper der Agenturszene: Phillip Böndel.
Today we have the honor and the privilege of sitting down with Meghan Linsey. You may know her from Season 8 of the Voice- where she was infamously stolen by Blake Shelton from Pharrell Williams. This rockstar (inside and out :) ) is a # 1 Billboard recording artist Runner up of NBC's “The Voice” Grammy consideration for “If You Need Me, Don't” ACM nominee Seen on: the Kelly Clarkson Show In this episode we dive deep into the behind the scenes of her rise to fame. You will learn: - The power of showing up in hard times - Why it's okay to not be happy or the “strong” one all the time - The power of checking in with yourself - The gradual steps required to get to where God is leading you - The best things take TIME! I pray this blesses you! Enjoy my friend xoxo
Hard Candy is the 11th studio album by American singer-songwriter Madonna. It was released on April 19, 2008 by Warner Bros. The first single from the album, "4 Minutes" has Justin Timberlake and Timbaland singing in it. It went on to top charts around the world and reached number three on the US Billboard Hot 100. The second single, "Give It 2 Me", has vocals from Pharrell Williams of The Neptunes. It reached the top ten in Canada and the UK. Hard Candy was number one in several countries. Madonna did The Sticky and Sweet Tour to promote the album. Hard Candy has sold over four million copies around the world. It was certified Gold in the United States for shipments of over 500,000 copies
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Quake discusses Cardi B throwing a mic at a fan that threw water on her, YSL Rico Case involving goat sacrificing, Drake dissing Pusha T and Pharrell Williams on Travis Scott's album, YNW Melly retrial gets a date, Travis Scott gets no blame for Astroworld Incident, Ez Mil who is he and why did Dr Dre and Eminem sign him, Travis Scott Utopia Review, New Music, Album Sales and much more. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/diversementalitypodcast/support
Everyone knows that being a fan of something means you and the artist are constantly locked an eternal blood feud. This is the healthy way to enjoy media. Anyway, today we're talking about Doja Cat's Planet Her! Regardless of all that other stuff, you have to kind of agree that four times in one day is a lot right? Slap City picks: "Shy Boy" by Carly Rae Jepsen, "Frontin' (Feat. Jay-Z)" by Pharrell Williams. Listen to our playlist here Join us in 2 weeks when we'll discuss our next pick, Seventeen's Face the Sun!
Barbie brings the PINK! Ariana Grande divorced. Honey Boo Boo in college. Selena Gomez the billionaire at 31. Pharrell Williams bath routine. Jeremy Allen White is ripped! Lana Del Rey at Waffle House drwhoever.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/drwhoever/support
Ready for an interval workout that will challenge you to think about the cost of growth and being a disciple of Jesus? Alisa gets after cutting the fat—and friends, it has nothing to do with body fat. It's all about the fat in our lives that keeps us from being whole and whole-hearted. Growth and change are never without a cost. What's holding you back? Let's get moving and let God transform the fat in your life. Ready to train with us? Our next platoon of instructors is forming, and enrollment opens tomorrow, July 18! We believe that training transforms lives. We teach you how to live healthy, whole, and free so you can set others free! Click here to get started today! Have you downloaded the RW App yet? Before you hit play, go to the app store and download the free RW App. You can also check out our exclusive REVING the Word episodes for RW+ subscribers! Try RW+ out free for seven days and press play on our brand new workout, RevXing the Word. We love our Rev community and think you will too! Be sure to get connected with us at: The Official Revelation Wellness Facebook / Instagram / RevWell TV / Youtube Your reviews matter to us and help spread the good news, so please leave us one where you listen to your podcast! If we read your review on our show, we'll send you a gift from the Revelation Wellness Store! We'd also love to hear from you! So please leave us a VOICE MESSAGE here! Tell us what you thought about this episode and how God met you in this workout. Playlist: Wrapped Up - Olly Murs (2:57) Euphoria - Luca (3:38) One Way - nobigdyl. (2:11) Be Free - Basement Jaxx (7:08) JOY (Unspeakable) (Feat. Pharrell Williams (5:12) The Cost - Rend Collective (3:29) Good Plans - Red Rocks Worship (5:47) I've Witnessed It (Live From Passion 2023) - Passion & Melodie Malone (7:50)
Techish is back with an episode all about Black excellence. Hosts Michael & Abadesi dive into the archive and revisit some of their favorite stories of Black people winning:Beyonce's making bank on tour and teases a new haircare line (01:00 )Mielle Organics ‘gentrification' after Proctor & Gamble acquisition (05:25)Senegalese-Italian Khaby Lame went from losing his job to 100 million followers as a full-time silent TikToker (08:30)Pharrell Williams takes over as Louis Vuitton's creative director (09:30)———————————————————— Further reading:Beyoncé has just announced a hair care line is in the works, but is the backlash fair criticism or is it steeped in racism?Mielle Hair Oil & The Case For Gatekeeping Black Hair ProductsThe world's most-followed TikToker gets paid as much as $750K per post, but to reach his greatest business goal Khaby Lame is binge-watching American cartoonsPharrell Williams' Louis Vuitton Debut Show Garnered Over 1 Billion Views ———————————————————Check out the CEO School Podcast:listen.hubspot.com/public/83/CEO-School-ba92fb76————————————————————Check out Hubspot CRMhubspot.com————————————————————Check out jobs at Asana:asana.com/jobs————————————————————Follow us on:TwitterInstagram————————————————————Advertise on Techish:https://goo.gl/forms/MY0F79gkRG6Jp8dSupport Techish:https://www.patreon.com/techish
Today, Drama and Anand discuss the latest happenings in the world of entertainment, business, and current events. They dive into Pharrell Williams's electrifying debut at Louis Vuitton in Paris, and dissect the remarkable character arc of Blackrock's CEO Larry Fink, as praised by Luke Martin on Twitter. They also explore the soaring success of Cava Stock's IPO and the tantalizing investment opportunities in Greek cuisine. Additionally, they delve into the impact of TikTok on American companies and the powerful statement made by the Writers' Strike March in Los Angeles. Join them for insightful discussions and this week's Winners, Losers, Content! - Written by ChatGPT Connect with Group Chat! Watch The Pod #1 Newsletter In The World For The Gram Tweet With Us Exclusive Facebook Content We're @groupchatpod on Snapchat
Brandon Marshall, Ashley Nicole Moss and Corey Holmes share their “Way Too Early NFL Awards.” Plus, Antoine Walker joins the show to discuss Pat Riley and the Heat's potential roster moves this offseason and reports are saying James Harden is likely to stay in Philly.
The Children's Museum of Indianapolis apologizes for its Juneteenth-“inspired” watermelon salad and Dulcé Sloan explains exactly what Juneteenth is, why it's celebrated, and how it should be commemorated. Also, Roy Wood Jr. highlights stories of slaves who were able to escape from servitude and Pharrell Williams discusses his efforts towards making Juneteenth a national holiday via juneteenthpledge.com.See omny.fm/listener for privacy information.
In the song "Touch" from Daft Punk's final studio album, 2013's Random Access Memories, featured artist Paul Williams sings a line that augured the end of an impressive collaboration: "I need something more." With RAM, Daft Punk pulled out all the stops, going the opposite direction of their previous albums, to "give life back to music" and bestow hearts and souls upon their robotic doppelgängers. RAM features almost no samples or programmed digital instruments, instead leaning into extensive collaborations with legendary studio musicians, iconic producers like Nile Rodgers, and modern mavens such as Pharrell. The making of RAM followed the blueprint of classic albums from what Daft Punk called "the golden age" of recording—Fleetwood Mac, the Eagles, Pink Floyd. The duo spent over a million dollars, held five years of studio sessions, and painstakingly crafted each track. The result was a record that helped usher in a retro disco-funk revival across pop music and generated a smash hit in "Get Lucky." The band had perhaps crafted their magnum opus—but did it also represent the conclusion of their epic narrative of the battle between human and machine? Songs Discussed Daft Punk - Give Life Back to Music Daft Punk - Lose Yourself to Dance (feat. Pharrell Williams) Daft Punk - Get Lucky (feat. Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers) Daft Punk - Giorgio by Moroder Eagles - Hotel California Daft Punk - Contact The Sherbs - We Ride Tonight Daft Punk - The Prime Time of Your Life Daft Punk, Paul Williams - Touch (feat. Paul Williams) Thomas Bangalter - Mythologies: X. L'Accouchement Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ten years ago, Daft Punk's Random Access Memories gave life back to music. The world-beating smash “Get Lucky” broke streaming records, forged a retro sound that still dominates the charts, and paved the way for artists like The Weeknd, Dua Lipa and Lizzo to craft their own throwback hits. How did Daft Punk do it? Switched On Pop's four part-mini series Listening 2: Daft Punk unlocks the sounds, voices, and stories across all four of the group's studio albums. On their first album, Homework, Daft Punk stretched the boundaries of electronic music and began wiring the circuits that would become their robot alter-egos, asking a fundamental question: where does the human end and the machine begin? Songs Discussed Daft Punk - Give Life Back to Music Daft Punk - Get Lucky (feat. Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers) The Beach Boys - Darlin' Daft Punk - Around the World Daft Punk - Harder Better Faster Strong Daft Punk - Robot Rock Daft Punk - Game of Love Daft Punk - Da Funk Daft Punk - Teachers Black Box - Ride on Time Daft Punk - Daftendirekt Daft Punk - Fresh Daft Punk - High Fidelity Daft Punk - Oh Yeah Daft Punk - Phoenix Daft Punk - Rollin' & Scratchin' Daft Punk - Rock'n Roll Daft Punk - Burnin' Kraftwerk - The Robots Vangelis - Main Titles Brad Fiedel - Main Title - The Terminator Ben Salisbury, Geoff Barrow - The Turing Test Daft Punk - TRON Legacy (End Titles) Daft Punk - Indo Silver Club Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices