American rapper, record executive, and entrepreneur from Florida
We're back after Thanksgiving week to discuss Dave's mishap over the holiday, Gaz's escapade with Rick Ross in Miami, and the results of the huge Black Friday/Cyber Monday weekend. Smitty and Devlin get into a heated argument over internal problems surrounding Barstool Gametime. Support Our Sponsors Birddogs Go to https://barstool.link/Dave and use promo code DAVE. Black Rifle Coffee Company Go to https://barstool.link/BRCDPS and use code DAVE today and get the freshest coffee in America shipped to you! ZipRecruiter Go to https://barstool.link/ZipRecruiterPortnoy and you can try ZipRecruiter FOR FREE. Check out Barstool Sports for more: http://www.barstoolsports.com
"So I think from a market perspective, Southeast Asia is still in its early stages. We probably do not have that much of that to have so many stable coins. End of the day circulation and liquidity is everything. So the one that is pretty much have the most adoption and since the circulating and support will be the one that most, probably 90% of everything will happen at." - Liu Tianwei Fresh out of the studio, Liu Tianwei, CEO and co-founder of Xfers, sit down for a discussion on the origin story of Xfers and shares the backstory in how the company has managed to launch their StraitsX exchange with the first stable coin XSGD in Southeast Asia. Tianwei dived deep into the weeds in how the team put together the white paper from concept to launch with key applications in DeFi and worked with the regulators and partners to launch the stable coin into action. Last but not least, he shared his perspectives on the ongoing convergence between cryptocurrency and fintech. Podcast Information: The show is hosted and produced by Bernard Leong (@bernardleong, Linkedin) and Carol Yin (@CarolYujiaYin, LinkedIn). Sound credits for the intro and end music: "Run it" by DJ Snake, Rick Ross and Rich Brian and the episode is edited by Geoffrey Thomas Craig.
In this video we spoke which rap albums are likely to drop before the year ends, including Kendrick Lamar's new album, A$AP Rocky's All Smiles and more. Juice WRLD's new album Fighting Demons and Rick Ross' Richer Than I Ever Been are both confirmed to be releasing on December 10th, 2021. Which new rap album are you most excited for? Watch this Video on YouTube:https://youtu.be/pGmZ3BIpX1w Get Full Access to NFR's Exclusive Content: https://www.patreon.com/nfrpodcast Follow the socials for daily content and industry updates Twitter @nfr_podcast: https://twitter.com/nfr_podcast TikTok @nfrpodcast: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMJc9G69j/ Instagram @nfrpodcast: https://www.instagram.com/nfrpodcast/
Turning up with one of the most anticipated releases of the fall, French Montana unveils his highly anticipated fourth full-length studio album, They Got Amnesia, today via Epic Records/Bad Boy Entertainment Get the album HERE and watch the album's cinematic trailer film HERE. “This album reflects my personal journey, so it's the most special for me,” says French Montana. “God gave me another chance at life and this music healed me. I'm grateful to my collaborators and my fans for supporting me. I had to remind ‘em, ‘cause you know THEY GOT AMNESIA!” Once again, he pulled out all of the stops and delivered a collection of blockbuster anthems. The single “Handstand” with Doja Cat & Saweetie ignites an instantly twerkable refrain over slick production. The two hottest female MCs in the game tag team the beat with raunchy and raucous bars before French pulls up with a hypnotic verse of his own. Stay tuned for the official music video, directed by frequent collaborator Edgar Esteves, premiering on Monday, November 22! They Got Amnesia, which is executive produced by Hitmaka and Rick Steele, serves as French Montana most honest and personal work of his career. It opens in the literal “ICU,” and takes listeners on a journey through redemption, detailing his story through recovery over the past several years. The record kicks into high gear with the head-nodding “How You King.” Elsewhere, “Touch The Sky” with John Legend & Rick Ross reaches the heavens with a fluttering refrain and bossed-up rhymes from Rozay. Then, there's “Push Start,” which shines with a sizzling guest spot from Coi Leray. Serving up a sequel to his 2016 double-platinum smash “Lockjaw,” he reteams with Kodak Black for the red hot “Mopstick.” Then, there's “Stuck In The Jungle” with Pop Smoke & Lil Durk. French links back up with the late Pop Smoke and Lil Durk for a bold banger punctuated by a catchy lyrical crossfire. The whole project concludes with the soulful and reflective “Losing Weight.” In the end, the album delivers a message to fans to appreciate life and everything that comes along with it. As a bonus, the rollercoaster concludes with an update of his summer 2021 hit “FWMGAB (Remix)” with Moneybagg Yo. What's going on Internet, Analytic here aka Dreamz and I would like to welcome you to mine, which I call the Notorious Mass Effect Podcast! I am your Hip-Hop / Gaming News source with a little bit of R&B mixed in. FOR EPISODE 77: “ADELE - 30” “GRAMMY NOMINATIONS” “THE GAME AWARD NOMINATIONS” & “FRENCH MONTANA - THEY GOT AMNESIA” But before that make sure to Click my Linktree in my bio to access my social medias and follow, to keep up with my latest activities, if you want to financially support the show click my cash app link located towards the top of my linktree as it helps the show overall, also make sure to share this podcast rating the show 5 stars as this helps the show reach more people so we can grow together and effect the masses! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/masseffect/support
ROBERT BRIDGE in the mix: 01. M'Dee, Truwer - Изводить 02. Masego, Don Toliver - Mystery Lady 03. Егор Сесарев - Потанцуй со мной 04. Big Baby Tape, kizaru - Ride Or Die 05. LOVV66 - АХ 06. G-Eazy feat. A$AP Rocky, Cardi B - No Limit 07. A$AP Rocky - Plain Jane (ID Edit) 08. M'Dee, Скриптонит - Петербург 09. Say Mo, НаZима - Не смей 10. AUM RAA - Номад 11. Остап Парфёнов - ЗАБЕЙ, ЗАБУДЬ 12. Markul - Rick James (feat. ANIKV) IVA in the mix: 01. A$AP Ferg - Shabba (Edit) 02. Ludacris - How Low (Soulely Edit) 03. Destiny's child x Migos 04. uniqe, nkeeei ft. ARTEM SHILOVETS - ТОЛПЫ КРИЧАТ x (BORIS REDWALL Remix) 05. Hyalyte - Bandido Baile 06. Badman Forward Edit 07. Lebra - Now What 08. LIL Nas X 50 Cent x Kasta (IVA Blend) 09, Nicki Minaj x Dr.Dre - Boss Ass Bitch (Bass King Blend) 10. Скриптонит - Поворот Туда обратно (IVA Edit) 11. LIL KRYSTALLL x DRAKE - KAJDII DEN NONSTOP (BORIS REDWALL Edit) 12. NIKER - ШНУРКИ 13. Travis Scott - STARGAZING 14. Onderkoffer - Takedown 15. DMX - X Gon' Give It To Ya (Camofly Remix) 16. DJ Snake Run it feat. Rick Ross 17. Missy Elliot x After Hours - Get U Freak On (Evgeny Spirit Blend)
"The way we've designed our strategy in the way of the businesses that we need to create sustainable value, and we need to do something good for the communities and the markets that we operate in. That is the best way to create shareholder value." - Bjarke Mikkelsen Fresh out of the studio, Bjarke Mikkelsen, CEO and founder of Daraz, joined us to discuss the origins of the e-commerce marketplace and the key trends on technology and business across South Asia in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Bjarke shed light on the backstory on how Daraz was eventually acquired and fully owned by Alibaba Group. Last but not least, he shared his perspectives on the business trends in South Asia and explained how the businesses in region is poised to grow along with Daraz. Podcast Information: The show is hosted and produced by Bernard Leong (@bernardleong, Linkedin) and Carol Yin (@CarolYujiaYin, LinkedIn). Sound credits for the intro and end music: "Run it" by DJ Snake, Rick Ross and Rich Brian and the episode is edited by Geoffrey Thomas Craig.
Mara Kaye is a blues singer, born and raised in Mill Basin, Brooklyn. She has had the pleasure of singing in venues all over NYC and beyond. Some of her most electric and rewarding moments have been her sold-out performances at Joe's Pub, Rockwood Music Hall, and the intimate gatherings at Sunny's Bar. In this episode, Mara shares her musical beginnings, introductions to the Blues, and the importance of connecting with the songs you sing. She also shares with us that she wrote and sang the chorus on AZ and Rick ROss' new song! https://www.marakaye.com/ Donate to Jack Dappa Blues HERE paypal.me/LamontJack --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/africanamericanfolklorist/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/africanamericanfolklorist/support
This episode narrows down why Rick Ross is a Boss. If you have not yet check out his book “ The Perfect Day To Boss Up”. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/30minswithpoody/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/30minswithpoody/support
The Boys are joined by up-and-coming local baker Dustin Santos as they talk about popular Portuguese pastries and other desserts. NMM: Run It - DJ Snake ft Rick Ross, Rich Brian If you like the show and would like to get exclusive bonus material such as: Extended CAB Gabs, bonus mini-sodes, long form Era Uma Vez stories, and a lot of other goodies visit our Patreon page at calaabocashow.com/support and support the show. Check out our latest videos on our website calaabocashow.com/cabtv Connect With Us: • Comment on the shownotes • Email firstname.lastname@example.org • Subscribe to the Cala A Boca Show on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio, and iHeart Radio • Follow us on FB, Instagram and Twitter @calaabocashow • Visit our website calaabocashow.com
Ice Berg is an artist well known in South Florida. He was in Trick Daddy's group Donk Ryders, and has multiple songs with Rick Ross and other A-list artists. Ice Berg has songs that the streets of Miami will be singing forever. This episode gets way deeper than just music.
Fresh out of the studio, Yat Siu, co-founder of Animoca Brands joined us in a conversation about the story of the company and offered his perspectives on true digital ownership, blockchain gaming, NFTs and the open metaverse. Yat Siu started the conversation with his backstory and how he eventually spun off the company Animoca Brands from the parent company to focus on blockchain gaming. Last but not least, he share his thoughts on the open metaverse and what it means for true digital ownership and play to earn in the crypto gaming space. "The open Metaverse, from our perspective, is the real Metaverse, because you can then have ownership. Once you have ownership, you care to keep it because it's precious and meaningful to you, but if you don't own anything, then you actually don't care to protect it because you're just simply a guest. And I think this is part of why we are so excited about non fungible tokens as digital property rights." - Yat Siu Podcast Information: The show is hosted and produced by Bernard Leong (@bernardleong, Linkedin) and Carol Yin (@CarolYujiaYin, LinkedIn). Sound credits for the intro and end music: "Run it" by DJ Snake, Rick Ross and Rich Brian and the episode is edited by Geoffrey Thomas Craig. Additional note: Yat Siu's profile photo is credited to Kevin Abosch.
Welcome to another episode of Social Junkie Podcast! In this week's "What's Trending" segment, topics discussed include a study stating that men are more heartbroken than women during breakups, an A.I. robot reportedly being racist and homophobic, the guys add another item to the "Mandela Effect" list, and more (9:15)! In Music, Rick Ross announces the release date for his next album, the Kanye West "Drink Champs" interview is discussed, and the guys give their opinions on the tragedy that occurred at Travis Scott's "Astroworld Festival" (42:00). In Sports, the guys give congrats to the Atlanta Braves on a World Series title, the Aaron Rodgers situation is briefly discussed, and more (1:20:30)! Ending in the Q&A segment, P expounds upon his statements from last week on the type of woman a man really needs, and the guys discuss whether they think if a man should be dating while he's broke (1:34:30). Stay tuned for Episode 113, coming next week and as always, thanks for listening!Follow the guys on Instagram and Twitter!Podcast: @socialjunkiepodcast on IG & Tik TokP: @pernell1992 on IG and TwitterBrandon: @faraday__m on IG
1. Drake - Free Spirit (Feat. Rick Ross) 2. Dj Khaled - On One (Feat. Drake & Rick Ross) 3. Rick Ross - Stay Schemin (Feat. Drake) 4. Drake - Lord Knows (Feat. Rick Ross) 5. Rick Ross - Gold Roses (Feat. Drake) 6. Rick Ross - Aston Martin Music (Feat. Drake) 7. Drake - You Only Live Twice (Feat. Rick Ross) 8. Drake - Lemon Pepper Freestyle (Feat. Rick Ross) 9. Drake - Money In The Grave (Feat. Rick Ross)
Mari & Jerv are back in the mix. Dad talk, what their current playlists look like, a look ahead at Rick Ross' “Richer Than I've Ever Been”, and Ye's Drink Champs interview. Produced by John Jervay Sign up for The Athletic: TheAthletic.com/dings Support us on www.patreon.com/countthedings Find us: www.countthedings.com Social: @countthedings @back2backpod @bommpodcast Facebook: www.facebook.com/countthedings Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Host|Robb DIggie (IG: the_real_robb_diggie) Special Guest| Chuck Platinum (IG: chuckplatinum) (Twitter: chuckplatinum) Special Guest|Young Dula (IG: Youngdula_) Owner| Jessica Dalby (IG: diggiea2) www.diggiea2.com www.pushentertainmentllc.com Episode X of The New Millennium takes us to Miami, FL where we talk about Rick Ross: Mr. Miami. Rick Ross has grown his resume as one of the best MCs to ever come out the state of FL and the city of Miami. In this episode we have Chuck Platinum and the First lady of Season IV Young Dula to discuss Rick Ross and his contributions to hip-hop music and culture. Enjoy! 100...
Dr. Ietef “DJ Cavem” Vita, Eco-Hip Hop Dr. Ietef “DJ Cavem” Vita the O.G. (organic Gardener) is an eco-hip hop artist, educator and vegan chef from Denver. His songs are about climate change, food justice and eating healthy. He's performed at the White House, and has been featured in Oprah Magazine and on the Rachael Ray Show. His latest album BIOMIMICZ was released as a seed pack to spur listeners into action. He's shared the stage with Moe Def, Nick Jonas, Rick Ross, The Wu-Tang Clan, Public Enemy, Snoop Dogg, Wyclef Jean, among others. On the web: facebook.com/veganchefietef instagram.com/ietef twitter.com/ietef Music links: https://smarturl.it/DjCavem-Biomimicz #ECOHIPHOP #VEGAN. New BIOMIMICZ EP available in seed packs @ chefietef.com Starting November 11th for one week only join dozens of Hip Hop, sports and entertainment stars for They're Trying To Kill Us which blows the lid off the institutional racism that has led to abhorrent rates of diabetes, cancer and other chronic diseases among Americans of Color. You can download the film for 7 days only on the website at https://www.theyretryingtokillus.com/ starting 11/11 at 11:00 am ET.
On this episode, the fellas dive into all the sh!t thats been going on since the last rendezvous. Discussing the intriguing, hilarious & refreshing Drink Champs interview with Ye as the guest of honor, recapping the Wu series [finalé] + gearing up for the third & final season, the Netflix film "The Harder They Fall" [rip Chadwick Boseman], hopes & thoughts on the Kid Cudi documentary, new music announcements & tours like Earthgang [slated for january '22], Summer Walker's highly anticipated sophomore album "Still Over It", Rick Ross new album coming [set for december 10], discussing the lineup of the third AstroWorld Festival*, Snoh Aalegra announcing her tour + hella other topics! *rip to those that were lost on 11/05/21 during the AstroWorld Festival, & sending positive energy to those that were harmed & negatively affected. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tbgp/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tbgp/support
Fresh out of the studio, Terence Lee and Jon Russell, two editors from well-known technology news outlets, joined us in a roundtable to discuss the evolution of media coverage in Asia in the past decade and offered their perspectives on what the future of media coverage would look like in the next decade. We discuss how different newsrooms deal with scoops and tip offs from sources, handle the right to reply with companies who are affected by the breaking news and the challenge of covering companies in Asia. "Usually the rule of thumb is that: we are very careful with anonymous sources. The bar that we set is that if the source has direct knowledge of what's happening, that is usually credible. If you see a message from the CEO, if it's something like hearsay, or this person give us something from that person, we have a lot more to be careful and broadly speaking, that's how it works." - Terence Lee "So there's a very fine balance between doing things properly and mostly trying to make sure that you've got this lead in the right." - Jon Russell Disclaimer before discussion: BL has ownership of Tech In Asia indirectly and Jon and Terence do not represent the opinions and views of the media outlets which they work for as we reflected on how media coverage has been evolving in Asia. Podcast Information: The show is hosted and produced by Bernard Leong (@bernardleong, Linkedin) and Carol Yin (@CarolYujiaYin, LinkedIn). Sound credits for the intro and end music: "Run it" by DJ Snake, Rick Ross and Rich Brian and the episode is edited by Thomas Craig.
Rick Ross spent more than a decade fighting lawsuits leveled against him by Keith Raniere and NXIVM, after the cult deprogrammer publicly criticized the purported self-help organization's practices. In 2018, Ross ended up testifying at Raniere's trial, which ended in a conviction on sex-trafficking and other crimes, and earned him a sentence of 120 years in prison. Today, Raniere is in prison, and all other key NXIVM players who were charged with crimes have been sentenced. On this episode of The Eagle, Rick Ross joins Casey Seiler to discuss his thoughts as the NXIVM saga seemingly winds down. Also on this episode, reporter Shrishti Mathew celebrates her first Diwali as a Capital Region resident, and explains some of the traditions associated with the Festival of Lights.
Hosts Rashad Bilal and Troy Millings (of Earn Your Leisure fame) are granted exclusive access into the personal lives and businesses of young entrepreneurs and celebrity guests to answer a critical question: Are they working with assets… or liabilities?It's a perfect day to boss up. For the first episode, the guys chop it up with the biggest boss Rick Ross about his businesses moves, wealth and more.
Welcome to the 118th Episode of the Shonen Tapes Podcast! the guys discuss the Washington DC Hip-Hop heavy weight Wale's new album Folarin II. The guys go over their initial thoughts on this album as well as go over their favorite and least favorite songs. The guys also go over beast features on the album in their opinion. They guys also go over if where this album rank compared to Wale's other albums. Also stay tuned to the internal debate if Wale's album is good or not. Make sure to let everyone know how you feel about this album by reaching out on all major forms of social media.Follow us HERE to keep up with The Shonen Tapes on social media and your favorite podcast sites! This episode includes: Wale, Folarin 2, Rick Ross, Hip Hop, Rap, Washington DC., Kanye West, Shy Glizzy, Goldlink, gogo music
Fresh out of the studio, Venkatesh Saha, CEO Wise (or Transferwise) Asia joined us to discuss the geographical footprint and key business activities in Asia Pacific. We started with Venkatesh sharing his background story on how he came to join Wise. From then on, he dived deeper into the key business of Wise within the region and shared his perspectives on the current fintech trends in Asia. So it's not just existing users who went deeper and got more comfortable and tried more products, but it's brought many new people who would have been forced to think about digital ways of living their lives. So I think that's the first thing that acceleration. The second thing, which has been a happy coincidence, is that a few years ago, government started taking fintech more seriously. - Venkatesh Saha Podcast Information: The show is hosted and produced by Bernard Leong (@bernardleong, Linkedin) and Carol Yin (@CarolYujiaYin, LinkedIn). Sound credits for the intro and end music: "Run it" by DJ Snake, Rick Ross and Rich Brian and the episode is edited by Thomas Craig.
That's why I sat down with mixing engineer Amond Jackson (credits: Future, Young Thug, Snoop, Rick Ross, & more) to talk about some of the mixing mistakes producers are making with their beats and the hacks you can use to fix them so that you can make more
Freeway Ricky Ross has been out of Prison for over 7 Years after serving 20 Years in Federal Prison Freeway has tackled obstacle after obstacle Fight for his Name Fighting for the Rights to his documentary's Freeway Ricky also is the Author of several books Proving that a man can go from not knowing how to read to writing books which displays his Entrepreneur spirit BOSS TALK 101 was in Los Angeles and had the opportunity to sit down with FREEWAY RICKY ROSS FREEWAY RICKY BOSS TALK 101 APPROVED #FreewayRicky #RickRoss #VladTv Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/e_ceo_/?hl=en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bosstalkpod... Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Spotify Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/0yD2UzY...
Jay Cactus Convos Podcast - E23 - @DJPain1 DJ Pain 1 is a Producer/DJ/Entrepreneur with major credits such as Rick Ross, Ludacris & 50 Cent. He's been on the scene for well over 15 years and has a vast wealth of knowledge to share with the community. In this episode we talk about misinformation in the producer community, how accepting a bad deal can affect others and more.
Good evening and welcome to another episode of @sportsbizmusic the podcast and for tonight's episode I will have another addition to the Artist Appreciation series featuring: Trick Daddy. Trick Daddy Born and Raised in Miami was a trendsetter in the late 90s and 2000s. Even though Uncle Luke put Miami on the map in the late 80s, Trick Daddy along with JT Money put Miami on the map as far as lyricist. If it wasn't for Trick Daddy you wouldn't have artist such as: Trina, Kodak Black, Pitbull, Rick Ross, Billy Blue Ice Berg, Brisco and just a name of few. Trick Daddy til this day is still very underrated and we should give home his flowers now! Here are my favorite Trick Daddy Albums from great to least: FYI Trick probably had at least 7 great albums just my opinion. My Top Trick Daddy Albums ( My opinion) 1. Thugs Are Us 2. Www.thug.com 3. Book Of Thugs: Chapter AK 47 4. Thug Holiday 5. Based On A True Story 6. Thug Matrimony: Married to the Streets 7. Back By Thug Demand 8. Finally Famous: Born a Thug, Still a thug What are your favorite Trick Daddy albums?
This is the Idiot News Network where idiots aren't just in the news, they report the news! For Wednesday, October 27th, 2021 Don't you hate it when people take credit for things that other people do? No names, Christopher Columbus. Jubal Fresh reports on an exciting new discovery showing who lived in America one thousand years to this day!Alex Fresh reports from a Spirit Halloween after YouTube stars Charles and Alyssa Forever face controversy for returning dozens of Halloween costumes used for one of their YouTube videos.English Evan reports from the Florida of America where Rick Ross boasts about his new product that helped him lose weight and keeps him healthy! Let us know what you think on social!Follow us at: @thejubalshow @jubalfresh @thatdreas @evanontheradio
Fresh out of the studio, Scott Beaumont, President Asia Pacific from Google joined us for an interesting conversation on why, what and how it takes to connect the next 2.5 billion people online in Asia. He discuss how COVID-19 has accelerated the digital adoption in Asia Pacific and broke down the key opportunities on how entrepreneurs can innovate and build their start-ups on the dynamics in the region. Last but not least, Scott offers his perspectives on the emerging technology trends and where they are heading from AI to quantum computing. If we're going to create equitable progress throughout Asia, then we need to make sure that everybody's got access to that technology. The demographics in Asia are astonishing. Since COVID began, so 2019, in the last two years, we've seen about 217 million people come online for the first time, so a whole new Indonesia which is really quite remarkable. What we want to do is make sure that they've got access to that technology, that they know how to use it, and that the products and services that they can leverage are meaningful to them. - Scott Beaumont Podcast Information: The show is hosted and produced by Bernard Leong (@bernardleong) and Carol Yin (@CarolYujiaYin). Sound credits for the intro and end music: "Run it" by DJ Snake, Rick Ross and Rich Brian
KC sits down with Gunplay and Shula The Don. Miami music legend Gunplay grew up in the music game with the biggest Rick Ross as a part of MMG. After his years within 'CCC" Gunplay transitioned into a solo artist and became a household name in hiphop with hit songs such as Bible on the Dash, the Hot N*gga freestyle and more. Shula is an A-List video director well connected across the east coast who has done videos for Rick Ross, Gunplay, Camron, Jim Jones, and many more..
(8:20) this week in hip hop “the off season tour” Break down (46:41) Read them and Weep (1:15:01) random shot to fill in time Music“Welcome Back” - John Sebastian“Welcome Back” - Mase“I Still Wanna” - Pusha T feat. Rick Ross
If you're a regular supporter of this podcast then you'll know how much Charlie MaSheen has mentioned the name Lee Boy and his lyrical ability. If you're just becoming acquainted to this MA music scene you may not be privy to the name but if you knew anything about Boston and the music scene prior to 2015 then you would know that Life 4 Life Records/Phastlife/Dukati Gang has been a driving force in Hip-Hop and the Lee Brothers steered that vehicle into an internationally known name. 2 of said brothers, Lee Boy and Mumz, have joined us this week along with their long time collaborator Norfsyde Slee, and the newest rapper on their team, Lil Roc: the son of their late brother Roc Dukati. This was something that's been in the works for a while now to say the least. While Mumz and Norfsyde Slee never really took a break from music, Lee Boy separated himself from the scene while becoming a father within the past few years and still contributed to the culture while fully supporting his big brother Smoke Bulga, who recently signed a deal with Rick Ross's MMG imprint. A recent single by Mumz featuring Lee Boy titled "Letter 2 You" seemingly took Lee Boy out of retirement and led up to this sit down which should come as a breath of fresh air to all the Boston Hip-Hop enthusiasts. Join Charlie MaSheen & KASH as they host Dukati Gang and go over some of the history of the team, the legacy of Roc Dukati and what that means for his son's rap career, whats next for all the artists, AND SO MUCH MORE! DON'T FORGOT TO TAP IN WITH AN INCREDIBLE #RedCupsAndRap FREESTYLE TO CLOSE IT OUT!!! BE SURE TO CHECK OUT ALL OF THESE ARTISTS'S WORK AVAILABLE ON ALL DSPs YOUTUBE AND SOUNDCLOUD CHECK OUT ALL OF OUR CONTENT: http://www.linktr.ee/CWTFBradio
Fresh out of the studio, Michael Lints from Golden Gate Ventures discuss the Southeast Asia exit landscape for startups and what it means for investors all over the world. We discuss Michael's career and investment thesis as to what strengths and red flags he search in founders and start-ups. We dived deep into the exit landscape and explain how SPACs, direct listings and M&As will impact the startup ecosystem across Southeast Asia. At every single investor meeting, literally every single LP meeting. I got the same question. What is the exit landscape look like in Southeast Asia? The issue was that most exits were relatively small to other markets. The largest exits were at like around $200 million dollars. If you compare that to India or China, that's just a very small number. Every single LP was concerned that it's an emerging market. There's lots of happening under early stage, but at some point when we need liquidity as LPs and then where would that come from? - Michael Lints Podcast Information: The show is hosted and produced by Bernard Leong (@bernardleong, Linkedin) and Carol Yin (@CarolYujiaYin, LinkedIn). Sound credits for the intro and end music: "Run it" by DJ Snake, Rick Ross and Rich Brian
Jane Handcock has written for some of the top names in music, and now it's her turn to step into the limelight. She's an R&B vocalist from Richmond, who has penned songs for the likes of Kelly Rowland, Rick Ross, Teddy Riley and Tyrese. As of late she's worked with the Grand Nationxl collective, dropping multiple songs on their group productions as well as a solo project of her own. Now Jane, who got her start singing in East Bay churches, has relocated to Los Angeles where she's on the verge of dropping a project under the guidance of the legendary Snoop Dogg. This week, we discuss how Jane is handling the pivot from being "the most known-unknown" ghostwriter out here, to being a star in her own right.
Tommy Duncan grew up in the healthcare industry, with his partners owning the only black-owned hospital in Detroit. After they fell on hard times and lost the business, he became an entrepreneur in the health space. He moved up the ladder quickly in the field and sold his first company in his 20s for $1.5 million. Years later, he sold his second healthcare company for $120 million. Most recently, he made news by starting a low-cost-subscription healthcare company called Jetdoc. Rick Ross is a main investor in the company, investing over one million dollars into the venture. He has also been a public advocate for the revolutionary business model. On episode 155, Tommy broke down the trillion dollar healthcare industry, and he explained the process of selling his company for over $100 million. He also detailed the angles of government contracting that can make entrepreneurs rich, and he outlined a plan to decrease health expenses by helping the homeless. #healthcare #jetdoc #rickross #tommyduncan EYL University: https://www.eyluniversity.com Host IG: https://instagram.com/earnyourleisure?utm_medium=copy_link Guest IG: https://instagram.com/tommy2duncan?utm_medium=copy_link Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Rick Ross (@RickRoss) is a multi-platinum-selling, multi-Grammy-nominated rapper, artist, songwriter, investor, and author of The Perfect Day to Boss Up: A Hustler's Guide to Building Your Empire. What We Discuss with Rick Ross: Why Rick, in spite of growing up middle class with a computer programmer father, got involved with dealing drugs in his early teens. Where Rick's "no complaints" policy originated and how it keeps him focused on what's important. How embracing the difficulty of the process that allows Rick to acquire, enjoy, and manage his success builds resilience. The dangers of hustling backwards. How taking Rick's calendar audit exercise can help you keep your schedule lean for the things that matter and trim away the things that don't. And much more... Full show notes and resources can be found here: jordanharbinger.com/569 Sign up for Six-Minute Networking -- our free networking and relationship development mini course -- at jordanharbinger.com/course! Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally!
This is the Jalen & Jacoby weekend podcast exclusive, coming to you every Friday. Jalen regals Jacoby with tales from his night out at the premiere for STARZ's Black Mafia Family in Atlanta. Jalen gets into how he risked his life before the premiere, tracking down a missing pair of pants, sitting with 2Chainz at the premiere, his conversation with 50 Cent, Young Jeezy's “dinner” and Rick Ross demanding to be on the show. Then, the guys discuss Saints-Patriots and Dolphins-Raiders. Later, they listen to your voicemails on stretching the truth, and applying full-court pressure in an eight-year-old basketball league.