This edition of Inheritance Tracks are chosen by Jonathan Ranganathan – better known, of course, by his middle name, Romesh. The comedian, presenter and DJ was born in West Sussex in the late 1970s to Sri Lankan parents. When he was 11, a friend left a cassette-tape at his house – labelled Public Enemy. Romesh listened – and that day, his love of hip-hop music began. But not just hip-hop. Music has been a huge part of his family's story...across the generations.Inherited: Love Come Down by Evelyn "Champagne" King Passed on: Juicy by The Notorious B.I.GProducers: Ben Mitchell and Ribika Moktan
In this episode, Bob speaks with Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism Professor and former host/producer of the NPR podcast, Codeswitch, Shereen Marisol Meraji. They discuss race and culture reporting, growing up in the Bay Area, and a subject near and dear to both Shereen and Bob, hip hop music. "Can't Truss It" - Public Enemy"Humpty Dance" - Digital Underground"Fat Cats, Bigga Fish" - The Coup NPR - Code SwitchMorning Edition - The Many Sounds of 1993 Bay Area RapNieman Fellowship - Harvard UniversityBerkeley Graduate School of Journalism - Audio JournalismShereen's Audiobook Recommendations: This Body I Wore: A Memoir - Diana GoetschHis Name is George Floyd: One Man's Life in the Struggle for Racial Justice - Robert Samuels and Toluse Olorunnipa Dilla Time: The Life and Afterlife of J Dilla, the Hip Hop Producer Who Reinvented Rhythm - Dan CharnasThis podcast is supported by the Library Foundation SD.
Legendary visual artist Cey Adams grew up in NYC immersed in the excitement and danger of graffiti, embellishing buildings and tagging “Cey City” on subway cars. From there, he began selling in galleries along with contemporaries Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring, and designing merch, logos and singles for Run DMC, Beastie Boys, and LL Cool J. As founding Creative Director of Def Jam he designed cover art for Slick Rick, Public Enemy, Notorious B.I.G., Mary J. Blige, etc., toured with his good friends the Beastie Boys, and asked Method Man for parenting advice - all in a day at the office. 40+ years into his prolific career as a celebrated commercial and fine artist, he's recognized as a defining visionary of hip-hop culture.Images and more from Cey Adams on cleverpodcast.comPlease say Hi on social! Twitter, Instagram and Linkedin - @CleverPodcast, @amydevers,If you enjoy Clever we could use your support! Please consider leaving a review, making a donation, becoming a sponsor, or introducing us to your friends! We love and appreciate you!Clever is hosted & produced by Amy Devers, with editing by Mark Zurawinski, production assistance from Ilana Nevins and Anouchka Stephan, and music by El Ten Eleven. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode, we'll learn about historical events from this week in history that were shown in the movies. We'll also learn about birthdays from historical figures who have been portrayed in the movies as well as recommendations for movies that first premiered this week in history. Events from This Week in History Little Big Man | BOATS #268 Public Enemies Dahmer - Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story | BOATS #217 Birthdays from This Week in History Dragon : The Bruce Lee Story | BOATS #154 Hendrix Holmes & Watson or The Adventures of Mark Twain Movies Released This Week in History Gandhi Schindler's List | BOATS #261 (Interview) and BOATS #58 (Narrative) Frances | BOATS #197 Mentioned in This Episode Washita Battlefield National Historic Site Did you enjoy this episode? Find everything at: https://links.boatspodcast.com/288 Leave a comment: https://links.boatspodcast.com/comment Support our sponsors: https://links.boatspodcast.com/advertisers Give value back: https://links.boatspodcast.com/value Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
CAAM | California African American Museum | Chuck D | Public Enemy Also: Milton Bowens 510 Jean Michel Basquiat Last year, I attended a finale class offered to UCLA students. The class was taught by none other than Public Enemy's Chuck D.
Due to college basketball constraints, Beave and Len record the shortest Jagbags episode of all time. The guys discuss the current Hall of Fame induction candidates, plus they assess Billy Wagner's chances. You know his credentials! Hear Beave's reviews of Rolling Stone's all-time Top 500 Albums of all Time, plus Len's Favorite 500 Albums. And that's it! Happy holidays! Enjoy the leftovers.
Welcome back. We're wrapping up our holiday and finishing up the second part of Paul Rieckhoff's discussion with hip hop icon Chuck D. This half is a little more fun and a great look back before we head into the holidays and the New Year. We'll be back in December with more great all new content for you, but for now here is the rest of this amazing conversation. From Episode 86 - Nov. 20, 2020: As America faces power fights like we've never seen before, the legendary founder of Public Enemy joins us to explore and explain fighting the power: 2020 style. This is Chuck D--a voice of consciousness, outrage, inspiration and action for over 35 years---unplugged and uninterrupted. Just when our country needs it the most. Chuck D (@MisterChuckD) is one of the most iconic and important American artists of the last century. He's an activist, organizer, inspiration, and the ultimate angry American. He's testified before Congress, co-hosted a political radio show with The Daily Show Founder, Liz Winstead and MSNBC's Rachel Maddow, and collaborated with artists ranging from Prince, to Anthrax, to Sonic Youth, to Rage Against the Machine, to Gary Clark Jr., to Logic, to Sheryl Crow. Chuck is the powerful, driving force behind arguably the most disruptive hip hop group in history. Born in the intersection of culture and politics, the hip hop trailblazers have interpreted the righteous anger of millions worldwide for decades. In the late 80s and early 90s, their first four albums went gold or platinum. They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and honored this year with a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. Our host, Paul Rieckhoff (@PaulRieckhoff), and Chuck have been friends for almost two decades. And this is Chuck from inside his home, raw, candid, and without commercial interruption. Chuck and Rieckhoff know how to throw punches. And their conversation will give you advice on fighting the power (and living life) that will leave you inspired for the tough fights ahead. Every episode of Independent Americans hosted by author, activist and social entrepreneur Paul Rieckhoff is the truth beyond the headlines–and light to contrast the heat of other politics and news shows. It's content for the 49% of Americans that proudly call themselves independent. Always with a unique focus on national security, foreign affairs and military and veterans issues. This is another pod to help you stay vigilant. Because vigilance is the price of democracy. In these trying times especially, Independent Americans will continue to be your trusted place for independent news, politics, inspiration and hope. -Watch Paul and Chuck D's conversion on YouTube. -Join the movement. Sign up to get our regular breakdowns of the independent news you need to know. -Hook into our exclusive Patreon community of Independent Americans. Get extra content, connect with guests, meet other Independent Americans, attend events, get merch discounts, and support this show that speaks truth to power. -Check the hashtag #LookForTheHelpers. And share yours. -Find us on social media or www.IndependentAmericans.us. And get a cool, new IA hoodie sweatshirt just in time for the start of the cold season. -Check out other Righteous podcasts like The Firefighters Podcast with Rob Serra, Uncle Montel - The OG of Weed and B Dorm. Independent Americans is powered by veteran-owned and led Righteous Media. America's next great independent media company. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Happy Thanksgiving America. We're taking a break to be with our families for this holiday but before we go we've got an extra helping of the helpers for you because we know you don't need any more stuffing. From Episode 86 - Nov. 20, 2020: As America faces power fights like we've never seen before, the legendary founder of Public Enemy joins us to explore and explain fighting the power: 2020 style. This is Chuck D--a voice of consciousness, outrage, inspiration and action for over 35 years---unplugged and uninterrupted. Just when our country needs it the most. Chuck D (@MisterChuckD) is one of the most iconic and important American artists of the last century. He's an activist, organizer, inspiration, and the ultimate angry American. He's testified before Congress, co-hosted a political radio show with The Daily Show Founder, Liz Winstead and MSNBC's Rachel Maddow, and collaborated with artists ranging from Prince, to Anthrax, to Sonic Youth, to Rage Against the Machine, to Gary Clark Jr., to Logic, to Sheryl Crow. Chuck is the powerful, driving force behind arguably the most disruptive hip hop group in history. Born in the intersection of culture and politics, the hip hop trailblazers have interpreted the righteous anger of millions worldwide for decades. In the late 80s and early 90s, their first four albums went gold or platinum. They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and honored this year with a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. Our host, Paul Rieckhoff (@PaulRieckhoff), and Chuck have been friends for almost two decades. And this is Chuck from inside his home, raw, candid, and without commercial interruption. Chuck and Rieckhoff know how to throw punches. And their conversation will give you advice on fighting the power (and living life) that will leave you inspired for the tough fights ahead. Every episode of Independent Americans hosted by author, activist and social entrepreneur Paul Rieckhoff is the truth beyond the headlines–and light to contrast the heat of other politics and news shows. It's content for the 49% of Americans that proudly call themselves independent. Always with a unique focus on national security, foreign affairs and military and veterans issues. This is another pod to help you stay vigilant. Because vigilance is the price of democracy. In these trying times especially, Independent Americans will continue to be your trusted place for independent news, politics, inspiration and hope. -Watch Paul and Chuck D's conversion on YouTube. -Join the movement. Sign up to get our regular breakdowns of the independent news you need to know. -Hook into our exclusive Patreon community of Independent Americans. Get extra content, connect with guests, meet other Independent Americans, attend events, get merch discounts, and support this show that speaks truth to power. -Check the hashtag #LookForTheHelpers. And share yours. -Find us on social media or www.IndependentAmericans.us. And get a cool, new IA hoodie sweatshirt just in time for the start of the cold season. -Check out other Righteous podcasts like The Firefighters Podcast with Rob Serra, Uncle Montel - The OG of Weed and B Dorm. Independent Americans is powered by veteran-owned and led Righteous Media. America's next great independent media company. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Dope Sessions Podcast is back with a brand new episode with a twist. This episode is hosted by our brother and friend of the show D-Nick of The Microphone Misfitz who got the chance to interview the legendary and controversial Hip Hop Icon Professor Griff, who was the Minister of Information with Public Enemy. Let us know what you guys thought of the interview.
We are reviewing the 80s songs bracket. Please let us know what song should be number one. Here's the bracket: Party All the Time by Eddie Murphy (1985)Never Too Much by Luther Vandross (1981)Purple Rain by Prince (1984)Thriller by Michael Jackson (1982)Working for the Weekend by Loverboy (1981)Livin' On A Prayer by Bon Jovi (1986)Everybody Have Fun Tonight by Wang Chung (1986)Pour Some Sugar on Me by Def Leppard (1987)My Prerogative by Bobby Brown (1988)Hungry Like the Wolf by Duran Duran (1982)What I Like About You By The Romantics (1980)Billie Jean By Michael Jackson (1984)Down Under by Men at Work (1982)"When Doves Cry" by Prince (1984)"Only in My Dreams" by Debbie Gibson (1987)"I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)" by Hall & Oates (1981)"Start Me Up" by The Rolling Stones (1981)"Sweet Child O' Mine" by Guns N' Roses (1987)"Cars" by Gary Numan (1980)"Like a Virgin" by Madonna (1984)"You Got It (The Right Stuff" by New Kids on the Block (1988)"Walk This Way" by Run-D.M.C. (1986)"Walking on Sunshine" by Katrina and the Waves (1983)"You Shook Me All Night Long" by AC/DC (1980)"Wild Thing" by Tone Loc (1989)"Don't Stop Believing" by Journey (1981)"Brass in Pocket" by The Pretenders (1980)"How Will I Know" by Whitney Houston (1985)"Ain't Nobody" by Chaka Khan (1989)"With or Without You" by U2 (1987)"Rock Me Amadeus" by Falco (1986)"Walk Like an Egyptian" by The Bangles (1986)"I Want Candy" by Bow Wow Wow (1982)"Jump" by Van Halen (1984)"Addicted to Love" by Robert Palmer (1985)"Need You Tonight" by INXS (1987)"All Night Long (All Night) by Lionel Richie (1983)"Here I Go Again" by Whitesnake (1982)"Kiss" by Prince (1986)"Come on Eileen" by Dexy's Midnight Runners (1982)"Tempted" by Squeeze (1981)"Time After Time" by Cyndi Lauper (1984)"Word Up!" by Cameo (1986)"Jessie's Girl" by Rick Springfield (1981)"It Takes Two" by Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock (1986)"Beat It" by Michael Jackson (1982)"Don't You Want Me?" by Human League (1981)"Just Like Heaven" by The Cure (1987)"Call Me" by Blondie (1980)"Girls Just Want to Have Fun" by Cyndi Lauper (1984)"Candy Girl" by New Edition (1983)"Take on Me" by A-Ha (1985)"She Blinded Me With Science" by Thomas Dolby (1982)"Our Lips Are Sealed" by The Go-Go's"Little Red Corvette" by Prince (1983)"Welcome to the Jungle" by Guns-N-Roses (1987)"Faith" by George Michael (1987)"Too Shy" by Kajagoogoo (1984)"99 Luftballons" by Nena (1983)"Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" by Wham! (1984)One Thing Leads to Another" by The Fixx (1983)"Burning Down the House" by Talking Heads (1983)"Super Freak" by Rick James (1981)"Love Is a Battlefield" by Pat Benatar (1983)"I Love Rock N' Roll" by Joan Jett and The Black Hearts (1981)"Under Pressure" by Queen and David Bowie (1981)"It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)" by R.E.M (1987)"Sister Christian" by Night Ranger (1983)"Fight the Power" by Public Enemy (1988)"Tainted Love" by Soft Cell (1981)"Keep on Loving You" by REO Speedwagon (1980)"Every Rose Has Its Thorn" by Poison (1988) "Just Can't Get Enough" by Depeche Mode (1981)"In the Air Tonight" by Phil Collins (1981)"I Want to Know What Love Is" by Foreigner (1984)"867-5309/Jenny" by Tommy Tutone (1981)"Straight Up" by Paula Abdul (1988)"Janie's Got a Gun" by Aerosmith (1989)"Whip It" by Devo (1980)She a beauty by the tubes"Take My Breath Away" by Berlin (1986)"I Melt With You" by Modern English (1982)"Mr. Roboto" by Styx (1983)"Love Shack" by The B-52's (1989)"Bust a Move" by Young M.C (1989)"Dr. Feelgood" by Mötley Crüe (1989)"Jack & Diane" by John Mellencamp (1982)"London Calling" by The Clash (1982)"Do You Really Want to Hurt Me" by Culture Club (1982)Look of Love by ABC (1982)"Mickey" by Toni Basil (1981)"Cruel Summer" by Bananarama (1984)"Total Eclipse of the Heart" by Bonnie Tyler (1983)"Nasty" by Janet Jackson (1986)"I Ran (So Far Away)" by A Flock of Seagulls (1982)"Every Breath You Take" by The Police (1983)"Push It" by Salt-N- Pepa (1986)"We're Not Gonna Take It" by Twisted Sister (1984) --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mass-debaters/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mass-debaters/support
There have been many times throughout history where crime does in fact pay. Claude Duval saw such an opportunity while serving in the court of King Charles II and, oh boy, did he ever run with it! This week, Sarah tells the story of a gentleman robber who charmed his way onto the very first most wanted list in Restoration England - and into the hearts of the ladies. Email us with questions/suggestions at FantasticHistoryPod@gmail.com Fantastic History Stickers available Here! Please subscribe and leave a review! Sources https://dirtysexyhistory.com/2016/08/21/the-life-and-death-of-claude-duval/ https://www.exclassics.com/newgate/ng31.htm https://www.blackheathandgreenwich.com/post/blackheath-claude-duval Music: Order by ComaStudio (royalty free)
Welcome to "The Old Skool Movements Podcast," your ultimate destination for a thrilling journey back to the fabulous nineteen eighties and its vibrant pop culture scene. Nestled in the heart of London, we are your hosts and time travellers, dedicated to rekindling the nostalgia, sharing stories, and celebrating the iconic moments that defined this unforgettable era. In this episode, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of hip-hop we're joined by legendary photographer Norman "Normski" Anderson who is launching his new publication 'Man with the Golden Shutter', published by ACC Art Books. Normski talks about his photography career and the release of the book, which includes unseen photographs of Public Enemy, N.W.A., Cypress Hill, De La Soul, Goldie, Ice-T, Run DMC, Wu-Tang Clan and many others. Normski became famous for capturing the essence of emerging hip-hop, graffiti, and street culture through his photography. His work serves as a time capsule, preserving the creativity and diversity of urban landscapes. His photographs have been featured in many exhibitions and publications and album covers. Normski's diverse talents in photography, television presenting, and DJ'ing have made him a beloved and influential figure in the UK's urban and music scenes. His work continues to inspire and resonate with audiences, making him a respected icon in the cultural sphere. Co-ordinates are set so strap yourself in "HIT PLAY" and take this time machine podcast on a hyperdrive journey back through a vortex of eighties memories and nostalgia. Remember to SUBSCRIBE, LIKE and leave us a REVIEW, but most importantly tell your friends to listen too… "If it's old skool, we're on it!" web: www.oldskoolmovements.co.uk IG @old_skool_movements FB @https://www.facebook.com/oldskoolmovements X @MovementsOld Join & Support us on Patreon: https://patreon.com/oldskoolmovements?utm_medium=clipboard_copy&utm_source=copyLink&utm_campaign=creatorshare_creator&utm_content=join_link Editing & Production @elektricjellyproductions @crim9media Music - IG @K.I.N.E.T.I.C Artwork - IG @oakland_artist_501 Old Skool Movements 2023 © #oldskoolmovements #podcast #retro #nostalgia #thegoodolddays #backintime #80skids #80s #podcasters #podcasts #iTunes #spotify #soundcloud #castbox #applepodcasts #follow #like #review #jokes #80sclassics #London #mediaproduction #backinthedayz #exclusivecontent #ilovethe80s #justforyou #music #nostalgia #oldskoolmovements #patreonartist #patreonartist #patreonartists #patreoncreator #patreonpodcasts #podcast #podcasts #popart #popculture #retro #oldskoolmovementsinterviews #nostalgicpodcast #podcastcommunity #comedypodcast #entertainment #entertainmentpodcast #newpodcast #genx #50years #80skids #80smovies #80spodcast #1980 #battle #besttimes #contentcreator #eighties #eightiespodcast #families #fifties #filmlondon #fourties #fun #generationx #genx #hiphop #hiphop #Ilovetheeighties #London #mylife #nostalgia #nostalgic #oldschoolmovements #oldskool #oldschool #oldskoolmovements #podcast #podcasters #rap #rapmusic #rapper #retro #schooldays #trending #uk #usa #versus #welovetheeighties #westlondon #staylistening #spokenword #1980s #cooleighties #vhs #welovethe80s #welovethe80s
Public Enemy's Minister of Information Professor Griff will weigh in on the Israel-Palestinian conflict from an artist's point of view. Before Griff, attorney Dwight Petitt checks in and Baltimore NOI, Student Minister Imam Abdul Salaam Muhammad will discuss the Nation's vision for Black Baltimore. Before the Imam, Journalist Brother Obie will update us on Assata Shakur. Learn More About The 54 Countries In Africa Text "DCnews" to 52140 For Local & Exclusive News Sent Directly To You! The Big Show starts on WOLB at 1010 AM, wolbbaltimore.com, WOL 95.9 FM & 1450 AM & woldcnews.com at 6 am ET., 5 am CT., 3 am PT., and 11 am BST. Call-In # 800 450 7876 to participate, & listen liveSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week we are thrilled to have Cey Adams on the program.Cey Adams is a New York City native and visionary artist, who emerged from the downtown graffiti movement in the 80's alongside fellow artists and friends Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring. Adams began his art career while still in his teens, tagging “Cey City” on subway cars and painting graffiti murals to showcase his artwork. He appeared in the historic PBS documentary Style Wars about subway graffiti in New York. In 1983, Cey Adams met The Beastie Boys. They developed a fast friendship with the band and designed their first logo, t-shirts and singles. The Beastie Boys and Adams would go on to be longtime collaborators including designing the album: “Hello Nasty”. Around the same time he met manager/music producer Russell Simmons where Adams designed logos and merch for his artists. A few years later Simmons along with music producer Rick Rubin founded Def Jam Recordings where Adams served as the founding Creative Director.In the late 80s Adams and his partner Steve Carr co-founded the Drawing Board, Def Jam's in-house visual design firm overseeing the visual style of Def Jam's artists. The firm was responsible for some of the most iconic album covers, logos and advertising campaigns for Run-DMC, Beastie Boys, LL Cool J, Slick Rick, Public Enemy, The Notorious B.I.G., DMX, Jay-Z, Usher, Mary J. Blige, and many more.Adams has also collaborated with global brands including Levi's, Mattel, The Recording Academy, Apple, Bacardi, IDEO, Foot Locker, Converse, YouTube, Google, and many more.These days he has returned back to his fine art roots. He exhibits, lectures, and teaches art workshops at leading institutions including: The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, MoMA , Brooklyn Museum, Museum of the City of New York, School of Visual Arts, and museums around the world. He currently has a solo exhibition, Combinations, opened on October 21st in Austin at the West Chelsea Contemporary. The show is on view until November 19th so you have like a week left to go see it. Cey also has a traveling retrospective exhibition called Departure: 40 Years of Art and Design. The show debuted last year at Boston University Stone Gallery and is currently on view at the College of Visual Arts & Design at University of North Texas Denton. It will travel to Ft. Lauderdale and Miami next year.
Roddy Nikpour talks with Chris Read, head of content at WhoSampled, about four iconic tracks from 1990: "U Can't Touch This" by MC Hammer, "Can I Kick It?" by A Tribe Called Quest, "Fight the Power" by Public Enemy, and "Ice Ice Baby" by Vanilla Ice. Each of them incorporates iconic samples, so we're unpacking the culture of sampling in hip-hop, as well as misconceptions behind the craft. Written and produced by Roddy Nikpour. Podcast managed by Isabel Khalili. Support the podcast: kexp.org/50hiphop See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
James Oppenheimer, the father of the atomic bomb also reflected on hidden happiness that may be nearby. The most famous member of the Rap group Public Enemy performed a rendition of the National Anthem in front of a sell-out crowd at an NBA basketball game in Milwaukee that will go down as one of the most unique versions in history. A recent survey of adults indicated many people are happier than you may think. Those who steer away from doom and gloom have a better outlook on everything. If you have dutifully saved your money during your working life, it's ok to spend some of it on yourself during your retirement years. Medical debt is crippling families, however some lucky people in Columbus Ohio, and in the state of Colorado will get their medical debts forgiven.Meet a young wingman who has developed a comprehensive treatment and cure for common ear infections prevalent among poor children.
Join Ben Jekyll for a celebration of Rage Against The Machine as their first and third albums celebrated their birthdays this week we took a look at their career and some bands associated with them and from there some spin offs/collaborations. As somehow all the bands in this show link up in some shape or form, with music from, I`m just annoyed that I ran out of time to fit in Public Enemy! Rage Against The Machine - wake up Rage Against The Machine - down rodeo Rage Against The Machine - sleep now in the fire Rage Against The Machine - renegades of funk Senser - what`s going on Nova Twins - cleopatra ALT BLK ERA - rockstar Delilah Bon - witch feat ALT BLK ERA Prophets Of Rage - hail to the chief Cypress Hill - get out of my head SX 10 - heart of a rebel feat DJ Muggs & Ray Powerflo - the grind Biohazard - how it is Billy Bio - freedoms not free downset. - eyes shut tight Dog Eat Dog - who`s the king? Dub War - spiritual warfare Skindred - selector Soulfly - quilombo Killer be Killed - inner calm from outer storms Better Lovers - 30 under 13 The Dilinger Escape Plan - milk lizard Mastodon - march of the fire ants Nailbomb - blind and lost Follow The Dead will be back on air again next Friday at 10pm UK time And song suggestions/requests or bands that want air time Drop a mail to email@example.com
Welcome to this week's Indie Artist Music Hustle with Blonde Intelligence. This week there has bee a frenzy around Keith Lee's Atlanta restaurant tour. I feel that his experiences has brought to the forefront the issue of discrimination amongst our own culture. Remember to Like, Share, Subscribe, Comment, or even disagree with Ms. Roni's Blonde Intelligence. @Spotify @BuzzSprout @PliesLifeStyle @VoodooDollTV @BET #KeithLee #FlavaFlav #PublicEnemy #Hiphop50thAnniversary #HowBlacksTreatOtherBlacks #MusicNeedToMeanSomethingJayZDirect Link To Podcast: https://dts.podtrac.com/redirect.mp3/https://chrt.fm/track/GF3B5B/https://pdcn.co/e/www.buzzsprout.com/1172687/13899525-keith-lee-opens-the-conversation-about-discrimination-amongst-our-own.mp3?download=trueSupport the showhttps://www.Blonde-Intelligence.comhttps://youtube.com/c/IndieArtistMusicHustlewithBlondeIntelligencehttps://chrt.fm/track/GF3B5B/dts.podtrac.com/redirect.mp3/feeds.myhost.com/my.mp3
Maori talks with multi-talented musician, composer, and artist Jason Moran. Jason shares his early influences growing up as a young musician in Houston—the John T. Biggers' painting hanging in his parent's home, Public Enemy on the radio, and Thelonious Monk's hit song “‘Round Midnight”. We learn why he prefers to call what he does Soul Music rather than Jazz and how the destruction of Black cultural spaces pushed him to preserve that history through his art installations. Plus, Maori and Jason discuss what “mid-life” means to them.You're invited to the 2023 BlackStar Luminary Gala and Awards, taking place December 4 at the W Hotel in Philadelphia, in support of our work to uplift Black, Brown, and Indigenous artists. Tickets, sponsorship, and more info at blackstarfest.org/gala. Subscribe to Many Lumens wherever you listen to your podcasts and follow us on Instagram and Twitter @manylumens for the latest.All episode transcripts and show notes are available at manylumens.com.Many Lumens is brought to you by the Open Society Foundations.
Tricks, treats, mischief, and the multi-hyphenate and multi-talented filmmaker, musician, singer, author FRANK MEYER. What more could one want for an episode of BEHIND THE LENS, especially on All Hallow's Eve! That's right folks. FRANK MEYER is back in-studio for another fun-filled extended #BTLRadioShow talking about his latest documentary FREESTYLE 101: HIP-HOP HISTORY and a few other upcoming projects. FREESTYLE 101: HIP-HOP HISTORY is a love letter to hip-hop. An eye-opening and entertaining experience for hip-hop novices and experts alike, FREESTYLE 101 crosses the musical divides with energy, passion, insight, and joy. Narrated by Chuck D of Public Enemy, we get an in-depth look at the birth of hip-hop and most particularly, freestyle hip-hop, as we follow the careers of the West Coast's Open Eagle Mike and the East Coast's Iron Solomon. Jam-packed are interviews and studio sessions with some of the legends of the genre as the film covers everything from the different styles of hip-hop, the varying approaches and styles of different artists, battle rap, breaking into the business, challenges of recording and potential signing with "name" studios, touring versus recording, making a living in an ever-changing industry, surviving and thriving, and more. Adding some gravitas to the documentary are some of the final interviews of rap legends Guru (Gang Starr), Prodigy (Mobb Deep), Gift of Gab (Blackalicious) and Sean Price (Health Skeltah). Given 2023 marks the 50th anniversary of hip-hop makes FREESTYLE 101: HIP-HOP HISTORY more than timely. http://eliasentertainmentnetwork.com
Director Frank Meyer joins us to talk about his new film "Freestyle 101 Hip Hop History"... Freestyle 101: Hip-Hop History is a documentary feature that explores the music genre's early days through the lens of freestyle rap. Directed by Frank Meyer (Risen: The Story of Chron “Hell Razah” Smith) and narrated by Chuck D of Public Enemy, the documentary film features legendary artists such as Ice-T, Cypress Hill, Wu-Tang Clan and many more discussing the history and intricacies of freestyle rapping and performing musical examples along the way. Music The Charms "So Pretty"(Theme music) Freestyles by Cappadonna Gift Of Gab Ice-T Produced and Hosted by Steev Riccardo firstname.lastname@example.org Support the podcast: patreon.com/twistedrico #Freestyle #HipHop
Celebrities are showing off their best costumes during the creepiest, crawliest time of the year. We round up the best costumes donned so far this Halloween season. Can Taylor Swift's "Cruel Summer" continue its run at No. 1? Morgan Wallen continues to have a big impact on our charts, SZA and, Luke Combs continue to stay strong in the top 10 of the Hot 100 chart. Flavor Flav of Public Enemy sang the National Anthem at the Hawks-Bucks game this weekend. And more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's time to celebrate the great rivalries in pro wrestling history! The PWR boys are picking from the Professor's greatest organization ECW!!! As Tommy and The Professor look at a blood feud which took place way back in 1995. The Public Enemy battled The Gangstas!!! The boys discusst how these teams really needed each other and how the Gangstas elevated the Public Enemie's rep!!! Why does TW have problems with Paul Heyman's booking logic for this rivalry??? Find out why on this fun rivalries episode!!! Loddy Doddy, the PWR Boys came to Party!!! FOLLOW THE BOYS ON TWITTER: The Professor - @pwhustleprof Tommy Wonder - @TheeTommyWonder
Mark Pellington's pioneering influence on music videos as a modality to convey emotion, story and feeling will never be forgotten. From Leonard Cohen to Linkin Park, Michael Jackson to Public Enemy, Foo Fighters and Alice in Chains to Chelsea Wolfe and Bruce Springsteen, MP had penultimate foresight in constructing some of the most memorable portraits of love, war, loss, spirit and activism. His feature films each brought a tenet to the medium of storytelling. From 1997's Going All The Way (Ben Affleck, Jeremy Davies, Rachel Weisz, Rose McGowan), to the Grand Prix/Saturn Award-nominated Arlington Road (Jeff Bridges, Tim Robbins, Joan Cusack, Hope Davis); to The Mothman Prophecies, an intriguing parapsychological adaptive tale starring Richard Gere and Laura Linney; the dramedy, Henry Poole is Here; a story of friendship and loyalty in I Melt With You (Jeremy Piven, Thomas Jane, Christian McKay, Robe Lowe); the subtle poetry of grief, The Last Word; Nostalgia, with Catherine Keener and Jon Hamm headlining an ensemble cast; and the dance-expanse, The Severing, in 2022. His latest book, The Visualist, is an essential memoir surveying 40 years of shape-shifting filmmaking experiences. In our conversation, we discussed his approach towards film and music videos; his journey to New York City; the significance of archive; and his recent Director's cut release of Going All the Way.Opening Credits: M33 Project - On y va I CC BY-NC 4.0 DEED Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International; Jangwa - Losing Ground I CC BY-NC 4.0 DEED Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International. Closing Credits: M33 Project - Orange Blues I CC BY-NC 4.0 DEED Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International.
Hola mi gente, welcome to the “The Aguacate Chronicles”, I'm your host Giraldo Luis Alvaré. Gracias for listening. Last episode, ceviche, mango salad, pineapple, fish and cornbread provided a fresh and wholesome take to comfort food you can enjoy any time of the day. Aguacate, platanos, arroz, tostones, frijoles negros keep making their point to be recognized as staple dishes. Tienes hambre, you hungry? We got you covered. Up next on the menu we got baked mac and cheese, fried bread, blutwurst (bloot-worst), Vish-e-swaz, pernil, black beans and rice, cooked up rice, roast bake, mangu, queso frito, arroz con leche y pudin de pan. Didn't I mention we have plenty of options? Remember to leave room for dessert. These delicious foods get highlighted on audio clips featuring Founder and CEO of Black Girl Nerds, Jaime Broadnax; Artist, Painter, and Muralist, Albertus Joseph; Artist, Producer and Educator, Keith Salandy aka K Banger; and Vice President of Audience Strategy at AARP, Yvette Peña So cojelo con take it easy. There's enough to go around. Buen provecho. Enjoy the show. Don't forget to rate, review, follow, subscribe, like and share. Check out my Linktree for more info. Tune in next week. Aguacate! Siempre Pa'lante! Always Forward - https://linktr.ee/sp.alwaysforward CONNECT WITH CO-HOSTRenata Sampaio - Renaissance Woman, IG - https://www.instagram.com/renatabhny/ NOTABLE MENTIONS Aguacate Chronicles, Renata Sampaio, Jamie Broadnax, Black Girl Nerds, Albertus Joseph, Keith Salandy, K Banger, Hip-Hop, Yvette Peña, AARP, Baked Mac and Cheese, Serra da Canastra Cheese, Essence Magazine, James Hemings, Spicy food, Fried Bread, Blutwurst, Blood Sausage, Black Beans and Rice, Arroz con Frijoles Negros, Pernil, Pork Roast of Shoulder, Butt, Leg, Vichyssoise, Soup, Gazpacho, Trinidadian Cooked Up Rice, Peas, Chicken, Roast Bake, Roast Beef, Potatoes, Green Beans, Fried Bake, Mangu, Mashed Plantain, Queso Frito, Fried Eggs, Dominican Salami, DR national breakfast, Arroz con Leche, Rice Pudding, Pudin de pan, Bread Pudding with Amaretto, Arroz con Pollo, Chicken and Rice, Hass, Avocados, Aguacate, Platanos, Maduros, Verde, Plantains, Tostones, Plantain Chips, Ismael Rivera, Maelo, Public Enemy, El Sonero Mayor, Cuba, Brasil, Brazil, Puerto Rico,, El Barrio, New York, New Jersey, Virginia, New Orleans, Trinidad and Tobago, Suriname, Dominican Republic, Afro Latina, Dutch, Cuban, Black, Cherokee, Blackfoot, Indigenous, Latina, Asian, Ancestors ORIGINS, FUN FACTS AND VARIETIES Mac and Cheese https://www.essence.com/culture/macaroni-james-hemings-feature/ https://www.monticello.org/jameshemings/ https://www.africanbites.com/baked-mac-cheese/ Vichyssoise Soup https://www.food.com/recipe/anthony-bourdains-les-halles-vichyssoise-136057 Pernil (Pork Shoulder/Leg) https://www.196flavors.com/puerto-rico-pernil-asado/ Trinidad Pelau with Chicken https://insearchofyummyness.com/trinidad-pelau-chicken-and-pigeon-peas/ Mangu https://mydominicankitchen.com/mangu-dominican-mashed-plantains/ Arroz con Leche (Rice Pudding)https://www.dominicancooking.com/arroz-con-leche-rice-pudding --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/spalwaysforward/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/spalwaysforward/support
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Cal and Chris discuss the 1930-31 nominees for Best Original Story, which were The Dawn Patrol, The Doorway to Hell, Laughter, The Public Enemy, and Smart Money. The Doorway to Hell: 04:21 - 17:04Laughter: 17:04 - 30:45The Public Enemy: 30:45 - 47:18Smart Money: 47:18 - 59:11The Dawn Patrol: 59:11 - 1:11:38Listener Questions: 1:11:38 - 1:14:53Conclusions/Ranking: 1:14:53 - 1:27:32
We're back with a new name, What's New to Netflix, and an accidental crossover episode this time around, where we go through all of the new titles coming to Max in October 2023 instead of Netflix. Feeling confused? Don't worry, so were we, but we're seeing this through, as this will be part one of a two-episode special that will be all about stuff coming to Max. Then we review some stuff that's actually on Netflix when we take a look at the philosophical sci-fi alien film Arrival from 2016, starring Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner, directed by Denis Villeneuve. Afterwards, Johnny Depp plays John Dillinger in the gritty historical crime drama Public Enemies from 2009, directed by Michael Mann. And finally, we talk about Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues from 2013, with Will Ferrel reprising his role as Ron Burgundy, directed by Adam McKay. All of this plus, like we mentioned, we totally goofed up and went over everything coming to Max instead of Netflix! What a way to start our new rebranded podcast! Hopefully, if we do something like this again in the future, it will be intentional. But we still think this will be a cool treat for all of you, and if it isn't, let us know! got a suggestion for the show?: email@example.com
Size doesn't matter, but this one is long. Don't be gross. HGP 172 presented by Midtown Sports Grill! FIRST HALF: Travis records with Clint and Paxton on Tybee Island at the From Behind The Barcast studio for the stars. The boys talk Georgia vs. Florida this weekend, the sign stealing scandal at Michigan football & lots more! Second half (35:30) with Georgia Southern's most known online hater, Ben Moore from 247Sports ( www.247sports.com/college/georgia-state ). Ben and Travis preview GS vs. GSU on Thursday night (ESPN2) and talk about history and future of 'Modern Day Hate,' the Sun Belt as a whole, why GS fans hate Ben, why he's okay with that, the status of the stadium formerly known as Turner Field and predictions! ** SPONSORS: Midtown Sports Grill, John Carr Realtor, The Lady & Sons Restaurant, Savannah Baseball Performance Academy **
Random killings are taking place all over Providence, but don't worry, the BAU is on the case. And they're sure to use innocent people as bait. It's another Criminal Minds recap! Due to the nature of the show, there will be discussion of violence and sexual assault. Original theme music composed and performed by Nate Youngblood. This podcast was produced by Nate Youngblood.
Kris talks about the new podcast Can You Dig It? with narrator Chuck D of Public Enemy, along with both producers to discover the untold origins of Hip Hop. The story is told through a blend of immersive reenactments, oral history and expert discussion, Can You Dig It? is as illuminating for hip-hop fans as it is for history buffs, as one of the great American stories.About the Can You Dig It? Podcast:How did hip-hop happen? To understand that, we have to go back to before the ‘birth' of the culture.It wasn't a given that the Bronx of the late 1960s and early 1970s would be the birthplace of an American art form. Urban renewal had left the borough neglected and in crisis. Gangs policed the streets, and winding up in the wrong territory could have serious consequences. But things were about to change.Can You Dig It? is an in-depth history of how positive community influences helped inspire the troubled youth to end the cycle of gang violence, as told by people who were there at the time. It's the inspiring true story of how local gang the Ghetto Brothers rejected calls for war in the aftermath of the murder of Black Benjie–a member who was trying to find common ground–and how gang leaders Yellow Benjy and Karate Charlie worked to broker a peace with rivals. The end result? A place where urban artistry could flourish into a global culture fifty years strong: hip-hop.Narrated by Public Enemy's Chuck D and told through a blend of immersive reenactments, oral history and expert discussion, Can You Dig It? is as illuminating for hip-hop fans as it is for history buffs, as one of the great American stories. It's a tribute not just to community action but to the unsung heroes who paved the way for greatness.©2023 PB and J Productions, LLC (P)2023 Audible Originals, LLC--Can You Dig It? is availible to listen to NOW on Audible Originals - CLICK HERE For more from Chuck D - Visit his website MrChuckD.comFor more from Producers Bryan Master & Pete Chelala - Visit their website PB&J Productions--About the Podcast: ‘TEXT PROSE AND ROCK N ROLL'- is the only podcast dedicated to the written account of musicians. From artist memoirs to band bios, and anything in between. You'll hear first accounts from those who lived the lifestyle; a Book Club that rocks - literally. It was Created, Hosted & Executive Produced by Kris Kosach. It was Produced & Edited by Charlene Goto of Go-To Productions. For more on the show, visit the website. Or follow us on Instagram and Facebook @TextproserocknrollFollow Kris on Social Media: @KrisKosachFollow Producer Char on Social Media: @ProducerChar
This year marks the 50th anniversary of hip hop, which emerged from block parties in the South Bronx to become the dominant form of popular music in the United States and beyond. How did this unlikely underdog story happen? What kind of changes to the music and culture have taken place over five decades? What do you do when Chuck D from Public Enemy keeps giving you the brushoff? To answer these questions and more, there's no one better qualified than Professor of History Jeffrey Ogbar, director of the Center for the Study of Popular Music and author of the award-winning book, “Hip-Hop Revolution: The Culture and Politics of Rap." In one of the most fun and wide-ranging conversations in the illustrious history of UConn 360, he lends his insights into how this vital expression of the Black experience in the US became the dominant mode of popular music, and why it remains urgent and fresh after 50 years. After that, Tom and Julie journey back to the late 1970s to learn about how UConn was responding to the energy crisis: with chilly buildings, solar panels, and carpools that made lifelong friendships.
Welcome to another episode of The Monday Night Warfare Podcast, where JR Judy and Wade Skaggs take a look back at and review the weekly television wars between the WWF, WCW, and ECW! On this week's podcast (12/4/1995): This Week on Nitro: WCW World Tag Team Championship: Harlem Heat (c) w/Sister Sherri vs. The American Males (5:39) [Featuring an appearance by AC Green of the Phoenix Suns] Sting and Lex Luger are interviewed by Mean Gene Okerlund (9:25) Sting vs. Kurasawa (10:30) The Giant w/Jimmy Hart vs. Scott Norton (12:39) Mean Gene interviews The Nature Boy Ric Flair and Charles Barkley (14:29) WCW World Heavyweight Championship: Macho Man Randy Savage (c) vs. The Total Package Lex Luger (18:02) Mean Gene interviews Hulk Hogan, Randy Savage, and Sting (23:14) WWF Superstars Recapfrom 12/2/1995 (29:26) This Week on RAW: Bob "Spark Plug" Holly vs. The British Bulldog w/Jim Cornette (32:11) Jerry The King Lawler interviews Mr. Bob Backlund (35:47) The Brooklyn Brawler vs. Fatu (39:18) The WWF Slam Jam featuring Dok Hendrix gets interrupted by Bob Backlund (40:28) WWF Intercontinental Championship: Razor Ramon (c) vs. Dean Douglas (42:19) The Brother Love Show featuring King Mabel (45:44) Marty Jannetty vs. Sid (50:54) Shawn Michaels Medical Update (53:59) WWF Superstars Recapfrom 12/9/1995 (56:25) This Week on ECW Hardcore TV (Highlights from November 2 Remember 1995): Tommy Dreamer & Terry Funk vs. Raven & Cactus Jack (59:24) Terry Funk retires (1:02:20) Joey Styles previews the ECW World Title Match between The Sandman, Superstar Steve Austin, and Mikey Whipwreck (1:04:13) ECW Fan Cam footage of Bubba Ray Dudley & Dances With Dudley vs. The Public Enemy (1:07:19) [Featuring the debuts of The Heavenly Bodies (Gigolo Jimmy Del Ray and The Dr. of Desire Tom Prichard) from Smokey Mountain Wrestling] Listen on Apple Podcast or Spotify, OR watch on YouTube! Stay up to date with all things Monday Night Warfare Podcast: Facebook: @MondayNightWarfarePodcast Twitter/X: @MonNightWarfare Instagram: @MondayNightWarfarePodcast YouTube: The Monday Night Warfare Podcast This video is not produced or endorsed by WWE entertainment. This video is not intended to devalue or tarnish WWE's quality of work. This video does not represent WWE's corporate views. This video has been created with the purpose to educate, review, and critique on works within professional wrestling. Any images used in this video are to assist with these outlined purposes. Images are used with section 197 of the copyright act in mind. This section states that allowance is made for fair use purposes such as criticism, comment, reporting, teaching, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Any and all images used in the following video have been presented under faith that the images fall under fair use. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mondaynightwarfarepod/support
This season we discuss over 300 albums of the 1990s selected from https://besteveralbums.com. The show starts at (2:23). The Five Singles segment starts at (7:23). This episode covers the following albums: The Black Crowes - Shake Your Money Maker (45:01), Pet Shop Boys - Behaviour (1:00:44), Public Enemy - Fear Of A Black Planet (1:25:25), and Megadeth - Rust In Peace (1:47:16). --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/combingthestacks/message
From 'No Huddle Podcast' (subscribe here): Brian Renick and Al Sacco put Steven Ruiz of The Ringer on blast and discuss why Brock Purdy is so polarizing. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
小額贊助支持本節目： https://open.firstory.me/user/ck2ymcbpa2cpi0869qq23bkji 留言告訴我你對這一集的想法： https://open.firstory.me/user/ck2ymcbpa2cpi0869qq23bkji/comments 【H&M 365 EP.285】 1933-10-12 約翰狄林傑越獄 經濟大蕭條時代的俠盜羅賓漢？ 《頭號公敵》Public Enemies, 2009 . ➡ 收看YouTube影像：https://youtu.be/Qoyncb3oG9Q ➡ 收聽PODCAST聲音：https://open.firstory.me/story/cl9tlmmvo051s01w6hbnt043c/platforms .
ECW HCTV 133 & 134: November 7 & 14, 1995 Original Release Date: Sept 26. 2022 This week Mike Pru & JV will be covering ECW Hardcore TV Episodes 133 & 134 from November 7 & 14, 1995! Mike P & JV will be watching & discussing the following segments & matches: Match - JT Smith vs. El Puerto Ricano (10/28/95 - ECW Arena) Match - Hack Myers vs. Dances With Dudley (10/28/95 - ECW Arena) Match - ECW Tag Team & TV Championship Match - Rocco Rock vs. Too Cold Scorpio (10/28/95 - ECW Arena) Beulah's Box - Tod Gordon & Bill Alfonso Match - Konnan & Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Psicosis & La Parka (Clipped) (10/28/95 - ECW Arena Show) Highlights - November To Remember 93 & 94 (Guns N' Roses - November Rain) Promos from The Public Enemy, Bill Alfonso, Cactus Jack, Konnan, The Eliminators, Terry Funk, Tommy Dreamer, & The Dudleys Please remember to send us feedback and thoughts on the show to the twitter feeds listed below or email firstname.lastname@example.org Follow the ECW Live Cast hosts at: @MPRU83 @JOHNVANDAMAGE @ExtremeCast Also check out The Bottom Line Wrestling Cast @bottomlinecast Listen to the Bottom Line Cast right here: https://bottomlinecast.pinecast.co/ Find out more at https://ecwlivecast.pinecast.co Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/ecwlivecast/17bffe14-8515-4249-b7ec-fed75452b523 This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
Back to 87' !TRACKLIST T Coy - Carino (Mixed)Obongjayar - Who Let Him In Easyfun -Audio (All I Ever Got)DJ P2N ft. Samarino - NDUNDA Le disque de 19h22 (envoyez votre proposition, un morceaux aux couleurs Nova Club, à @davidblot sur Instagram!) :Röyksopp - Poor LenoJill Jones - Intro (Baby, You're a Trip) + Mia BoccaKechia Jenkins - I Need Somebody (Marshall's Chicago Mix) Madonna - Who's That Girl (extended version)Public Enemy - Yo! Bum Rush The Show The Sugarcubes - Birthday Happy Mondays - 24 Hour Party People Sugar Minott - Oh Mr. DC Ryuichi Sakamoto - Rain Rhythim Is Rhythim - Strings Of Life (Piano Mix)Rhythim Is Rhythim - The Dance Ragtyme Ft. Byron Stingly - I Can't Stay Away (Ron Hardy's Club Mix)New Order - True Faith The Smiths - Panic Prince - If I Was Your Girlfriend (2020 Remaster)Prince - The Ballad Of Dorothy Parker (2020 Remaster)Prince - Sign O' The Times (2020 Remaster) Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
Protest songs are a pivotal part of social and political change. Issues ranging from human rights to war and prohibition have benefited from music written about their causes. On today's show we dive into 3 albums that focus on creating change. Rage Against the Machine – Rage Against the Machine (Andy)Phil Ochs – I Ain't […]
This time Roger looks back 35 years to a month when the Brat Pack went west and Public Enemy went to prison...for a few hours. The hits of the day included second-generation reggae, a fine Springsteen knockoff, a revived Motown chestnut, a solo Go-Go (not that one), and a guy who could, and perhaps should, have been a superstar. Oh, and Roger tries to explain Michael Jackson's psyche. Start a good tradition by listening to this episode. YouTube playlist for Episode #139: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDWLXjsOJPQkrlgurCKIcXYQKzZ2XWUsx&si=0-JQilewTPOtIP9U Old Man Yells at Music Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/oldmanyellsatmusic?fan_landing=true&view_as=public Old Man Yells at Music Linktree: https://linktr.ee/oldmanyellsatmusic
This episode is my personal appreciation of Hip Hop and how it played a fundamental role in my political upbringing. Though I traced back the lessons I learned from Public Enemy, KRS One among others, I could not resist the temptation of sharing with my audience a brief history of French Hip Hop in Paris, Marseille and the area I am from, the Southside Banlieue (94). You will hear about IAM, NTM, Mafia K1Fry, Secteur A, Doc Gyneco, Arsenik, 113, Kery James, Ideal J... We will also cover the movie "La Haine" and what it meant for the Arab and Black. I am grateful to all the artists that have influenced me throughout the years. Hip Hop forever. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lebreakdown/message
Hip Hop legend & icon, Flavor Flav, said hello before he threw out the first pitch at the San Francisco Giants game!Flavor shared who his favorite baseball teams are & also spoke on his excitement from recently performing with Public Enemy in Las Vegas for the iHeart radio festival.For the video footage of this interview:Flavor Flav - https://youtu.be/qHKIrGTzWTA?si=iNmypJFAl7xpYsM4For more exclusive content, follow the Jim on Base Show on social media (Twitter/Instagram/TikToK): @JimonBaseShow
During the Great Depression, Newsreels about John Dillinger, the first gangster declared Public Enemy #1, drew cheers from movie audiences across America and hisses when pictures of J. Edgar Hoover appeared on screen. Agents from what would become the FBI killed Dillinger in a hail of gunfire while leaving Chicago's Biograph Theater on July 22, 1934. The case put the FBI on the map and, to this day, plays a major part in the bureau's historical legacy. But questions persist about whether the FBI killed the real John Dillinger or a stand-in resembling the gangster so he could make a getaway. Travis Thompson, the great-nephew of John Dillinger and a veteran law enforcement officer in Indiana has literally been trying to dig up evidence from the cemetery where John Dillinger is buried. Thompson has tried to exhume Dillinger's body from a concrete-encased tomb at the Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis. Adding to the Dillinger mystery, Thompson and Stewart Fillmore, a retired FBI agent have unearthed a mysterious map on the family farm in Indiana. The Dillinger case is a celebrated chapter in the FBI's history and the bureau dismisses what it calls conspiracy theories. But Travis Thompson brings his law enforcement background to the search for more evidence. Did the FBI kill the real John Dillinger or a stand-in who was helping Dillinger escape? The mystery continues in my interview with Travis Thompson. Links To Dillinger Resources Mentioned During Episode True Crime Reporter® Story About The FBI's Hogan's Alley This Bank Gets Robbed Every Day FBI John Dillinger History FBI “The Top Ten Dillinger Myths” Expedition Unknown John Dillinger's Death Mask History Channel Behind Efforts To Exhume John Dillinger's Body History Channel Drops Out Of Planned John Dillinger Documentary; Proposed Exhumation In Doubt We want to become your favorite true crime podcast. Please leave a review wherever you listen. Join our true crime community and follow us here. The True Crime Reporter® podcast features stories about serial killers, mass murderers, murder mysteries, homicides, cold cases, prisons, violent criminals, serial rapists, child abductors, child molesters, kidnappers, bank robbers, cyber criminals, and assorted violent criminals. True Crime Reporter® is a @2023 copyrighted and trade-marked production by True Crime Reporter®, LLC, in Dallas, Texas. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
PDuring the Great Depression, Newsreels about John Dillinger, the first gangster declared Public Enemy #1, drew cheers from movie audiences across America and hisses when pictures of J. Edgar…