Episode #61 front Rowe with Jackie Rowe A Prayer 🙏....😘♥️🥰

🗝PRAYER FOR TRUTH for one of my favorites! Book author.. MIGUEL RUIZ 👌🏼

00:02:49 10/26/2020

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HNY 🥂🍾🥳I'm back from LA ... I had a wonderful time👌🏼 I spent two weeks and it was magnificent🙏🏼 despite of the Covid19😫 Hence, I really had a great time. ......The next day my nephew came to visit me🥰 Who is a fitness trainer; [BODY BY AR] 🏋🏻‍♀️ PLEASE FREE to Check THE WEBSITE: WWW.BODYBYAR.COM And enjoy our interview
00:26:50 1/18/2021
ABOUT J PRINCE J Prince net worth It has been announced that the overall amount of J Prince net worth today reaches 45 million dollars, which he has earned through his involvement into music industry. There, he mainly works as a businessman. J Prince is known for his work in the music label called Rap-a-Lot Records, which is established in Houston. In this company, he is currently working as a CEO, and this is one of the main sources of the current J Prince net worth, as well. He has been involved into music for more than 20 years, and during this time he has promoted numerous rap singers and bands, who are living in Houston. Today, he is also known for his efforts to promote neighborhoods and communities which are living in poor conditions. One example of such his efforts is known to be his idea to build a community at 5th Ward Neighborhood, where he actually was raised. This community will aim to support young people in their lives and help them to show their talents and abilities, thus excel in life. This effort was also noticed by Mayor Bill White and Houston City Council with naming January 30th as his day. In 2007, J Prince started another activity which was organizing another community through which J Prince wanted to inform young people about two dangerous illnesses – AIDS and HIV. In 1986, J Prince started to get attention when he founded the already mentioned label called Rap-a-Lot Records which is also one of the main sources of J Prince net worth. The company is also sometimes referred to as Smoke-a-Lot Records. The most famous artists which are promoted by this label are the "Geto Boys". Thus, the company is mostly known for promoting rap artists and bands. The company for some time was working with Virgin Records and also Priority Records. In the 2000s, Rap-a-Lot Records were distributed by another label, called Asylum Records. Moreover, the title of the record label was even mentioned in a song by Notorious B.IG., the song being titled "Flava in Ya Ear", where he says the following: "I'm not from Houston, but I Rap-a-Lot". Thus, the company is known to a lot of rapping artists, and this popularity has also added up to the total amount of J Prince net worth. Other song in which the label is also mentioned is by Devin the Dude and Snoop Dogg in a song called "What a Job". --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
00:15:00 12/7/2020
November 28, 2020 Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. Fight NIGHT! Exhibition In LA at the STAPLE CENTER.. FRONT ROWE with some of my exclusive friends and Mike Tyson Recapping some of his memorable moments. Yolanda Whittaker aka YO-YO is a Grammy-nominated American rapper and actress. Much of her music has advocated female empowerment, denouncing the frequent sexism found in hip-hop music. She is the protege of gangsta rapper Ice Cube. Yo-Yo dubbed her crew the IBWC, which stood for the Intelligent Black Woman's Coalition. Yo-Yo first appeared as a guest on Ice Cube's AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted album in 1990, on the track "It's a Man's World." Cube returned the favor by appearing on "You Can't Play with My Yo-Yo," which was on Yo-Yo's 1991 debut album, Make Way for the Motherlode. Her follow-up in 1992, Black Pearl was well-received by critics, partly because of its focus on positive messages and uplifting themes that contrasted the popular gangsta rap style. However, despite a plethora of renowned producers such as DJ Muggs, this did not translate into a hit with mainstream hip-hop audiences, and the album's sales were considered a disappointment. Less than a year later, released her follow-up "You Better Ask Somebody". The final track on the album was her third recorded hip-hop duet with Ice Cube, "The Bonnie and Clyde Theme". Yo-Yo's next album was 1996's "Total Control". In 1998, she finished her fifth album, Ebony, but it was not released. In 2008, her single "Can't Play With My Yo-Yo" was ranked number 92 on VH1's 100 Greatest Hip-Hop Songs. Later that year, she performed with MC Lyte, the Lady of Rage, and Salt-n-Pepa at the BET Hip Hop Awards. As of 2009, she has been at work on an EP, titled My Journey to Fearless: The Black Butterfly. In 1991, YoYo appeared in John Singleton's feature film debut, Boyz n the Hood. She also appeared in Who's the Man?, Menace II Society, Strapped, and Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit. She had a recurring role on the television show Martin as Keylolo, the sidekick of comedian Martin Lawrence's alter ego Sheneneh; and appeared on other TV shows, including the Fox network's New York Undercover. She has also made many cameo appearances, including the music video for Missy Elliott's "The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)". YoYo has also appeared in the video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, as a voice actor. A meeting YoYo had in 1994 enabled her to help enrich children's lives today. It was more than a decade ago that the pioneering Los Angeles rapper spoke before Congress on behalf of rap. While in Washington, she met U.S. Congresswoman Maxine Waters, who represents California's 35th Congressional District, which includes YoYo's native South Central Los Angeles. With the help of Representative Waters' Community Build program, YoYo launched "YoYo's School Of Hip Hop," a seven-week summer program designed to teach 100 low-income children hip-hop dance and how to write rap. A mother herself, YoYo knows the importance of keeping kids busy in a fun and productive manner, but also in a way that will entertain their minds. YoYo aims to inspire and reach out to kids that otherwise might not have such opportunities.
00:14:33 12/2/2020
November 28, 2020 Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. Fight NIGHT! Exhibition In LA at the STAPLE CENTER.. FRONT ROWE with some of my exclusive friends and Mike Tyson Recapping some of his memorable moments. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
00:11:31 12/1/2020
Welcome to the show is one of my dear friend Mr. Joseph Grant.. A native of Trinidad, Artist Joseph C. Grant, Jr., grew up in the Bedford-Stuyvesant area of Brooklyn, New York and is the youngest of 11 children. Creative and talented at a young age, he attended New York's High School of Art & Design where he studied Art, Photography, and Media Production. After attending New York Technical College, for Marketing he would eventually return to his love of Fine Art. As a young man, Joseph was deeply influenced by the works of Ernie Barnes and Norman Rockwell. Today, his hallmark is fanciful, elongated figures with exaggerated hands and feet. His unique approach to the human form embodies sports figures, Jazz themes, dancers and images reminiscent, of his childhood in Brooklyn. Although skilled in various mediums, it is Joseph's use of acrylics and oils, mixed with his vivid imagination that makes this body of work an insightful and colorful depiction of life through the eyes of a young man from the in the inner city. Numerous Art Collectors, including comedian Bill Cosby, "Like It Is" founder and TV host, the late Gil Nobel and NBA, Detroit Piston's All Star, Isiah Thomas have all acquired paintings from this enchanting body of work. In addition to being an accomplished artist, Joseph is also a respected author and filmmaker, a magazine publisher, and a youth mentor. In 2007 Joseph founded the Arts To Literacy Initiative. Through his innovative Arts To Literacy programs, Joseph continues to teach filmmaking, self-publishing, as well as art, to at risk children of all ages throughout New York City and Miami. Over the years, Joseph has received considerable press and media attention for his Fine Arts and Community works. He has also been the recipient of numerous commissions and awards. Currently Joseph serves as the Ambassador Of Arts and Culture for Bed-Stuy and Northern Crown Heights in Brooklyn. He is also creating an artistic retrospective of the historical black firemen of America, spanning from the 1800's to the present, titled "We Didn't Start The Fire." In addition to everything else he is producing and directing his latest film project "To Live and Die in Bed -Stuy," The series under his Ghetto Eyez Publishing brand.
00:57:16 10/18/2020
Politics and things Straight 88888... FROM Jamaica .. GOLD TEETH BORN views on Donald Trump. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
00:40:23 10/6/2020
OK, It's getting cold out and I know a lot of you guys and girls like to get ready for the winter .... I have a special guest Who is a FURRIER 🌬💨that I've met a few years ago ...... I think he is so DOPE! 🔥 🔥🔥welcome Rich Styles to the podcast🎙
01:35:50 9/19/2020
I am so happy to be bringing you this vibrant upcoming artist name LONDON HILL 🎶 from the Bronx😘 she's so dope and very creative 👌🏼I had an opportunity to be on her video set for her new upcoming song! WHA DO DEM DEM 🇯🇲🇯🇲🔥🔥🔥🔥 I love it 🥰... it's just in time for Labor Day 2020 ⭐️... FOLLOW her on all social media platform @londonhilll 💥 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
00:29:47 9/5/2020
Listeners! I've been trying to get this MAN. On my podcast since, I started.. It gives me nothing but great pleasure to finally have THE GREAT WILL, IAM .... To elaborate on his takes and views on the government stimulus checks💵 Drill RAP! 🎤🎼And of course black lives matters ✊🏿etc. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
00:46:03 8/3/2020

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