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in Indie Music
Tonight, the lovely ladies of Gossip and Hip Hop followed by Mother Manmade and the Black Trans Empower Hour! They'll get into all the latest headlined news, music, entertainment, gossip and a whole lot of carrying! At 8 p.m. Mother Manmade will serve everything Trans+ related. Grab ya chair and BYOB, we're goin in tonght! Got a question? CALL IN! (215) 383-3855 otherwise click the link and TUNE IN!!
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Some things are truly important, others are just worthy of arguing about on a Saturday night. Well, this is the show for those things and more. We'll be taking on some touchier Biblical subjects and some topics related to being a Christian. There might also be some time for some life coaching, goal setting, and the separation of Church and Hate.
From the protesting to testing a theory.
First a special message the everyone should hear from Dewayne "The Rock" Johnson !!!!!
Yes the FTW Future Focus will be talking about the different Avenues of WWE, Impact, AEW, and is Randy Orton vs. Edge going to live up to its billing as the Greatest Wrestling Match Ever?
Did AEW make Womens wrestling matter by having a new womens champion?
Can anyone make Wrestling Great Again like it was in the 90s durting the run of WCW and WWE Attitude Era?
These questions and more on the FTW Future Focus, right here on Blogtalk radio !!!!!!!
Description: There appears to have been multiple agendas expressed during the protest in the aftermath of the murder of George Floyd. Many united in nonviolent protest, some engaged in destruction and looting, some watched it all unfold in their neighborhood and in the media. There are reports of agitators encouraging destruction and looting.
MAKING RIGHT CHOICES
I grew up in a small town in Mississippi called Ripley. I remember at the age of 10 in the fifth grade the school segregated. That was the first time that black and white attended school together. I remember a teacher getting upset with a white male student for making a lower grade than his black counterpart.
I remember on Saturday’s my father would take one of his 12 children to town to shop. He would take us to the Café to get a hamburger. The things that puzzle me that we weren't able to go into the front door but had to go into the side door because we were black.
As a teenager I remember having 2 water fountains in the town square; 1 was white only.
At the age of 19, I attended college and was also trying to work. I remember applying for a job but was told that I qualified for the position, but he couldn't give me the position because I was black.
· The questions I am asking today to does a black man deserve the same right as a white man in America today?
· How Do you talk to your black teenage boys when their father is white?
· Why am I fearful when a police officer pulls up behind me as a grown black man?
· Will there ever be equality in America for black and brown?
Catch up episode. Today we are testing a cohost; Alex joins us today for the first time. More has come out about the specifics of George Floyd and hey wouldn't you know it?! People are turning this once truly meaningful protest into a terrible excuse to cause more pain.
Call in to listen or talk! 515-605-9376 Intro to Info has appeared on the front page of the Blog Talk radio network 5 times as a staff pick. "If you are a nympho for info, tune in to Intro to Info!" Intro to Info is your one stop shop for entertainment and information. The hosts effortlessly stimulate all minds & promise laughter & deep thinking. While different genres of music are explored here, there is an emphasis placed on both rhythm and blues. and hip-hop. Intro to Info – on the Jay King Network!
The Nikki Rich Show talks with Music Artist One Lou.
Luis Angel Rivera Jr. was born in Rochester, New York on June 29, 1988. Better known by his stage name of OneLou. He is an African-American rapper, writer and record producer residing in Colorado Springs, Colorado. In 2016 he created EGO Feeders LLC.
OneLou has many inspirations behind his lyrics: from real life situations, to goals, visions and aspirations. OneLou’s biggest goal is to allow his music to inspire and encourage those that have faced similar struggles by teaching them that there’s a positive way out of any circumstance. Some of his influences are T.I, Master P, Tupac, Biggy, Puff Daddy, Kevin Gates, Jeezy, Yo Gotti and Gucci (just to name a few).
Life and Career:
In 1995 his family relocated to Kissimmee, Florida. He attended and graduated from Poinciana High School. At the age of 25 he moved cross country to Colorado Springs, Colorado.
OneLou has two daughters Navaya (2008) and Elaijah (2016).
OneLou has performed at several venues and events in Long Island, New York and Colorado Springs such as: Illusions Gentlemen’s Club (August 2016), Royal Castle Lounge (November 2016) and Rock Sports Bar and Grill (January 2017)
His music can be found here: http://www.smarturl.it/OneL0u
Music Videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDRiQkQv30cGDRyCaSD4iJA