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"afrobeat" Discussed on On The Rekord
"Okay, y'all welcome you guys to another lovely episode of on the record podcast 1 2 0 1 2 0 120. Yeah. Yeah. Well, that's one was like 119 Making the rounds man making the rounds man 300 episodes and they got 420 Yeah See in 2025 for that one. Hey never know man. We could make it might come sooner Either way, I want to get the offer that thing Ah three style people You know what I be myself chemo this I get I get him up for oh, yeah Well, I'm a ghost goose goose the left of me I have I am what never so bolt I'm all right. I'm sure you're right, bro. I haven't heard of you in a while, man. Yeah, I almost made a bad decision I See my face right now my eyes are wide open Off camera, okay off the record our picture on page Where you were you hiding from me that was I was hiding from you. I just I was You know, I was he was hiding from me all he was I was thinking about my decision and then I but I was also Chilling too. So he was hiding from me. No, I haven't heard his man since it's Tuesday It's not bad You always talk it's not bad. Now, even if I did out of a kiss, but like my thing is just like Yeah, no person who hasn't had been though. I'm trying to call somebody special guest on the set of podcasting Oh He's a hermit don't worry about that guy I'm hard sleeping, but we can right now No, I mean can't talk all the time. But this week was just this week was a little different. I actually hit you up Just just to get here just to get your advice About my my bad decision. I almost made and stuff like that. And then after that it just Then Friday happens and and you had your gigs The Saturday happened. I don't have one on Friday. They have one on Friday. Okay. No, wait. No. No, I didn't we did Let's just say I'm in the green for Friday. That's your degree for Friday in the green for Friday's coming up here. Really? Yeah, so I saw this event that's happening Friday in the city doesn't involve Friday doesn't involve any artists Well last Friday. No, this is no this Friday coming up this Friday coming. I won't be able to I can't do it Gotcha. Well, what's with the try? All right No, it was just like a this like afrobeat type of event event that's happening the city on the 25th Okay, that's all I'm like on this. Uh, this girl I follows on page and stuff Okay, this this this so I could be fun Let's just say that your boys working on some things. Okay. Okay. So well, you might have a little afrobeat fest coming You don't know yet. Well, I'm gonna say this we need one you too. There's all all that other stuff I Don't want to be I don't want to be outside around certain individuals what happened You don't want to hear that in your frequency, yeah Not not all the time in certain settings, yeah So I'm saying is yeah, but but but I'd be consistent about this and stuff like that ain't too many rappers I want to be around I've said this already Afrobeat the R &B shows that's my vibe There's women is good times and ain't no ain't no real real serious street stuff should happen at those events No, so I'm gonna get a little mad. You might say some muscle better art. I've been in the other one No No, but these rappers though, oh Well, it's not with it, I'm not with all that I'm not with all that BS I'm not a part of the show stuff like that. No, it's not. No, it's not. It's not you. You know what happened? You know follows sirens Teargas teargas rubber bullets, you know cops in front of the front of places when you walk it out when they have the camera Now for real I think when was it drink up the Apollo or yeah, I remember what drip was up the Apollo and The NYPD had like selfie cam sticks in front of the audience coming out. That's why I believe it they did so And and even he even he and I and I'm a big drink fan and stuff like that He's had some incidents happen even at his festival. Yeah, that's just that that's that's not too good I'm gonna get into but it's just like now man Was not Travis Scott Now we don't talk about that. It's not his fault. It's not his fault wasn't his fault. It wasn't his fault But neither of them were I don't call neither situation his fault But because of him being the marquee name, they're gonna put it on everything's gonna be put on him and I don't like that No, I hate that Okay, you missed out Saturday night by the way, I believe it Missed on a good time. I believe all I gotta say Somebody's auntie was outside. Oh boy with a corona bottle And the way she was, you know Demonstrating that corona bottle I couldn't stop looking away man, man. I was I was stuck on stupid. I We kept buying her more But she wasn't an auntie but you know, yeah, I don't think she not too far apart in age But the way she was carrying on with that damn corona bottle Action that night when you heard, you know the certain certain frequencies She really wanted action. I mean, you're right in that movie freakin dick clone Tyrone because I gotta watch that When we see it we'll see it already you see the red y'all too slack We're gonna do we have a special episode just dedicate just to that you mean party Be view party. All right, not me. All right, just because Yeah, Saturday night was good man. You should have came in. Yeah I'm gonna I'm gonna get back on the ball because like in stuff like that cuz I do like our outings I got a lot. I like it's a lot and this is just let's just say The the the reef was being passed around a lot. Oh hell no All day From 4 p.m. To 4 a.m. Every stop I went to yo, man, what's up? You gonna hit this? See I Would have took those hits for you It just it just I don't know I I just I was just laying low on Saturday I was chillin it's stuff like that. The frequency was not frequency for him. That's like I get it No, no, not this not this past But Whatever you got coming up and through the rest of the year I'm available. What's up? And and I feel like going I'm gonna go what I mean the Upstairs green light. So I spoke to a river be good. Hey Man Emperor key what's going on my dude not much today or rain tomorrow I took a lot picture day. Um, I Am Walt had tried on my cherry pie tray strawberry pie. Oh, it's upstairs ready. Yes, it's done. Okay There's another one for especially for a sad person's mother because she's like two strawberries. So she has straight cherries No, she had a cherry berry pie. So it's cherries Radberry and peach but that once you can do that's when that's for her But we can we could take a slice But we kind of didn't give to her for it and then what are you know? The trick is what I could get it first and we're sure it didn't take take back Okay, but it's I would I think that could be more flavorful than the first one He had it. I think we need a little honey. Pull the honey on it It kind of helped a little bit, but it wasn't bad. It's fair. It's like it tastes good. It's just very tardy I don't blame them Cherries, it's a chain strawberry. What's strawberries part because strawberries and flavor? Yeah, and depending how ripe they are if they're not super, right? Yeah, so I'll just try it out that one Definitely more experiment than the one I made for her mother. He doesn't another one funny story So my man of tea so I had a There's a brand of teas. I a very healthy called I think right neck or root neck ry u ek Mm-hmm, and it's it's zero sugars, but they use Okay Alternative sweeteners, okay Or like sativa Heads out heads up for anybody who's term sugars. I learned through baking class I am a student of RCC that term sugars are you could say could be helpful But the thing about term sugar they have daily what they give more and like flavor and more like sugar quality You wanna say that is you had to read the loot your recipes I mean even when you loot the recipe they're not gonna say recipe anymore because I learned that even if you say Get a turn sugar that might cost you We're at church registered in possibly 10 grams I'll be like a 1 gram of that turn sugar and who say oh, it's much better But if you want to make our turn sugar cookie not happening because you you're gonna have a race sweet sweet sweet sweet time Well, it wasn't so this it's those new like monk, you know, you see that monk fruit thing, whatever. Yeah It's alternative sugar anyways long story short. Yeah I'm a kind of guy. I don't like to drink sodas too much. Whatever if it's so that's in drill. That's fair No, I'm glad period you know the sprite. No, that's right Let's start at night That's what you like no, no, no, yeah you do I don't like it Oh, they're really homey kiss. Anyways, I couldn't kill us for it. So I had him. Oh, this is great, man It's nice refreshing cuz you know, my palette is different. I give it to my boy. Well like this Oh Back up. She's like ain't no sugar Will you be I can taste you too. You can't taste it. Nah, man. I'll taste the sugar like oh you one of those You know, clearly make me make you one of those, you know, we call sweet tea tea drinkers, aren't you? Yeah You want some water with your sugar sugar That's what he likes about you people bad man sweet tea and Ciroc makes sense 3t by itself on how people do it Like lemon made iced tea. That's what I like And then the person you hear right now is said he said what's upsetting yo, what's up? How you been? I've been doing good Honestly, I'll fight last night was your I'm gonna say that you do better than mr. Stewart Do all all Jermaine Sterling man early? Yeah, boy That he already said it himself and got left wide open like a front door man Well, I watched cuz they had the fight at the spot. I was there. Yeah. All right And I pulled up just a nick of time before it started. Okay, it's a decent fight There's a first mine was kind of like reckon for it out I thought Sterling was trying to take him to the ground and he didn't want to go there or Maui Of course not but that's not his forte. He knows that you can't again. There's no ground defense everything He was just trying to keep away. Yeah, but in that second round When he threw that punch and he didn't reach Man it over. Yep, and well wolf hit him right in the button and boy Some stars, you know fell down in the recovery and then when Mally jumped on top He tried to recover him or hammer hammer him. But when he threw that straight right and the cocked him right here That's the rest down. That was it. Yeah, that was it. You're done. Stop. Yeah, stop That was it right there when he threw that because he was trying to hammer him He was rolling out the way rolling out the way he kept get out. Okay, he could he could survive it Now man was on his ass, but that's straight right punchy through that wasn't that was it watch for the hook man Yeah, man, and cuz he counted him. Well, yeah, cuz he knew the game plan was Played a waiting game wait till he already stands and weighs his chin is left wide open Boom. Boom. Yeah, that's a W and knocked him the back them the hell out boy to lay smooth Him O'Malley and Wailing Zang man last night. Oh, she didn't work dude. She hit a woman so hard for her ass Yeah, I saw I heard her hearing the beat my story the video right that hit I watched the fight I saw the fight too, but when I was watching it live as well, but when I heard the actual hit like the dud on TV I never heard I never heard a woman hit a woman so hard in my life Like I say, oh it's like somebody punching like thick leather. Yeah And she dropped her ass, but she fall well, though Yeah, she had her she had her the Brazilian had her her way but the match put that Asian It was like a pit bull man, dude I swear to swing I do a piss test on her because there's no way she's not being her stuff Literally, yeah all like this because the other fighter was fighting backwards. Yeah, I was tagging her offensive Yeah, but she was just going through it like a bully. I'm a man Why are you trying to get us out of love? I trying to push in clean on you What's that for All right, man, so Emperor key decided that he wanted to give us a story so we're gonna let him start it off for us Well quick go ahead my boy. Okay, so You didn't know how the concert wars go right now Yeah, yeah, yeah Microsoft's, you know screwing everybody in the butt yep, yeah with the acquisition of Activision You mind about the front door, yep so It got much even funnier Because now they have they're introducing Oh God Xbox introduces enforcement strike system What? Enforcement strike system so pretty much three tricks in your eye. Let me hear this So Xbox new force strike system educate players about a forcing severity Commune could call familiar effects of multiple efforts and the total impact on their standing So basically if I keep going through the side notes Parity can receive a total of eight strikes and each strike are made on the record for six months All right Each strike results in a supervision from Xbox social feature from varying lengths of time Each pair will begin with a blank slate or zero strikes previous enforcements will not will be a complete So are they making like a morality in video gaming? So basically I'm not gonna I won't be the whole article But just give a quick summary real quick Stop this what I can do is basically they're gonna have it where they can record your voice It's like a quick or even the last couple seconds report that if they point that right time Report what you said get those to the people to the arm pull It's an Xbox the Xbox people go through it and it hits the certain requirement of the strike They'll strike you and each strike just to give you a real quick summary each strike does to you They have a picture describing which one the first strike can ban you up to It's a it's legit ban. You can't go in your pace. Your Xbox can't go live for one day and it go bad, but in two strikes goes as Two tries to steal another one day three tries to go to three days for that. Go to her seven days five strikes up to 14 days six strikes up to 21 days seven tracks up to 60 days and Eight shots of 385 30 365 days. We said a whole year So are these things that accumulate when you get strikes or just something where like it's one and it resets It can reset but at the way a while So if you keep getting them and I kill my time could I sit for a while though? Before they take it all complete goes to back to zero You can get eight strikes quite literally and be banned off your hotspot for a whole year It's on reports you enough times if you do something within like 21 days They say that getting struck in online. Yep. It'll keep adding up and adding now Does it do your profile or does it do your IP address? I go and read the whole article and we see how exactly I skim through it. I skim through it. But um Because it said right here as always when players believe that they are witnessing a violation of X Y community standards We forced them to report all Are evaluated and there's no automated enforcement action based solely on the fact that a port was made No, Varma cumulative reports result in Enforcement only reports that have been reviewed by the actual safety system safety team and determined to be accumulated result in a force in enforcement So I read this video I watched a video about it Because I already know what the whole article is about. So I'm I don't really have to read it So basically they can have a thing where it's like you say a couple words the system I said the city city team I go through and say and he's fine But they say if you say like, you know, you can't call somebody say, you know, n-word n-word n-word n-word Yeah, they can say oh and then you know All right, question racist Homophobic slurred f-word. Yes. So basically you feel the rest out. Yes Yes, yes Yeah, it starts getting a little aggressive on the system some older don't can last it Some guys And okay, hold you they'll put on your record and this is legit like it's like a little shit Can you imagine getting banned for game for 365? That means I'm getting a Sony system there doesn't it? Yeah, it's sort of like what what fresh and fit are going through right now It's bad that you know, basically Xbox is really not a really loose fan because Matt I don't want you to be very Ever knew the community Xbox when it comes to be online. It's very racist very negative and very like dude what's going on here? I gotta sort of tell you Xbox cuz I will be playing a game called conquer love reloaded on Xbox 360, right and Racist Breaking news Oh Thank you news, whoa, I really got the news courtesy of my guys preach To be fair though to be fair though, they cause a lot of fresh if it started it Yeah, and they finished it and stuff like that I still be on the YouTube, but I can't say I'm surprised at this to be honest Oh Yeah, press the advisory a lot of end models will be dropped during this story Fine fine, just try I'll try I got you I can do it. I can try to do it Every time we do I like this Well a lot of reckless ninjas He will subject to Edward with bitches, okay for this part part of the podcast And put my professional voice on sorry guys, so here's what happened right I'll play conquer 11 reloaded like, you know conquers bad for a day class Say they did a updated version on Xbox Unfortunately, none of this worrying because Xbox Xbox, but the douche nozzles. I know they did it's like 360 Yeah, I got it for okay. Got you and I was playing the game and I'll play in the online multiplayer and Unfortunately, I'll see what his guy on my own teammate Harassing me call me the n-word. Call me a ninja all the time. Oh, you guys are dirty ninja. You're a ninja Oh ninja I'm a ninja now word. You know what and he's your own teammate. Yes. Here's the thing It's this game there's collateral damage in the game Both from the fire. Yes Know what I did? I went ultra 93 octane petty mode The ninja stupid ninja Load onto the map kill them All the time like yo Was he like wow, this is Drop yet Yeah, little Timmy from Bumble F Georgia Freakin see all type of reckless ish and his father by his said because he didn't get a pay raise at the factory job while tricking down neti light I'm going in. I'm sorry It's like yo, it's just amazes me that you know, they people fuck the most You can gang when you're on Online, uh-huh play online or on Twitter and twitch, but we don't have that say smoking real life. Nah, exactly Say hi DJ shy You on the pod right now City Man you know, we disobey a pardon do not think you good No curse You or you or your right hand works together and Owner once they kick them out of the building Got bad didn't it? Yeah, maybe there one y'all quit or both y'all quit So your buddy is upset That's his problem Hell no, no homie Know what we're gonna see for the wise guys know what homie will sit up for the wise. Here's the thing We're gonna sit for the wise guy Come on, man. Let's see what a wise guy. You know, it's a great question wise guy. Yes, dude. I'm sorry. All right fine I'm gonna stop. I'm with you for the wise guy. All we got to say is FF Mitch's get money It's not your fault that you in that person doing a bad thing. That's on them He was he about to hate me cuz you know, I like to do in a few minutes. I gotta text him. Oh hell No, I mean Gotta keep it Well, yeah, let me call you back when we're done. That's about a question. I bet that's a very very valid question Yeah, no, I get it man. It depends. You know actually depends on the situation. Oh sucks. I think I'm It depends on situation. Oh, but yeah, that's that's that's wild. Oh It's funny. Well, I'm looking at what you look at how the strike works. So there's like a profanity strike one strike Eligible for appeal it starts, you know, the guy has starts to start for a day it starts for one day and the next day but expiration and Wow to the next year. So you have a whole year to behavior so far? Yes Wait, look that's a picture that look like when it comes to the whole so profanities one strike eligible for a peer starts at 2023 and the next day as far as the whole day no expires at least six months later. It's 215 no, oh damn it like nine months later. My gosh. Yeah Jesus, but if you look excited my thing has exchange I'd say the photo. Oh I see it. I thank you. But I know you look at the sorry. I see it. Oh the next one Yeah, this one that one that's the chart how looks like so that's that's that's that's really explaining details the chart But how it works so they have somebody who gets who gets reported right? There's a moderate looks at it And the moderate reviews categorize profanity some other reviews and categorize hate speech Strike people as a successful result of appeal if you get repealed moderated reviews and categorize sexual inappropriate and blah blah blah blah blah And then yeah, if you get the eight and after that died, but you want Let me so that means you're gonna have that and so it's not like it's it's like time served it's on top of it Yes, so I get it. They try to make it see like Xbox privilege to play not because you can play Yeah, so it'd be like, all right So you got a whole nine months to figure out if it'll be good or bad. It's not gonna do that Well, it's gonna stack up my what's gonna happen. Oh So I'm gonna be like yeah, I worry about none of that Stocks don't drop that's Microsoft None of these thing though These are bad ideas going on, you know, I understand why don't be a more inclusive online experience I respect it, but at the same time here's the thing Trolls dude, it's Microsoft Nothing at all in this because you know, it's a little ding in the pocket for them, dude No, why did they going so hard on this whole cloud cloud gaming all this stuff because they have the infrastructure to do it Yeah, they have the ability to see you know, what we'll be okay. This is that's the stream thing people Yeah, yes stream player like here's the thing Microsoft is a multi billion. Maybe even a multi-trillion dollar company Yes, and For them to take a few million dollar hit because people don't want to be racist can't be racist on social on their platform I folks live then. Okay, we'll be I but I personally had a person who played online you ever played me stay over there I've been online with the fuel Sony. I never felt so comfortable. I Had I was a quick start to now, but I plant up apex Kevin. Oh, he was right. So Microsoft's work 2.3 5 3 trillion dollars. There you go. Jesus called it These people will not feel it at all. That's why when they bought Activision They could do that. Yeah, cuz I'm not wrong to believe that you know, it's possible to so to have To have a certain amount of money where you feel you can say anything and tomorrow's not affected. You're right Yeah, and then if you look at Sony Sony is a hundred and two billion dollars Which is so look look at look at the discrepancy between Microsoft Sony So basically they have at least 900 Billion dollars worth more than Sony does they marry Microsoft is so out there. Yeah. I know we know this already They have their cloud service. They have they have their PC software They have a whole lot. They have the AI thing going on right now. Yeah, they got the hands of multiple pots like bro I'm not gonna I'm not gonna be having these like, you know Skype calls and you're gonna be out here trying to send me Don't be all right So real quick little story, um Mira friends a we're playing on Xbox PlayStation when apex and we started going third-party person and Me and him are a bad very bad people. We play games. We're having fun. But you know, did you hit walk by? You died About it Anyway, so at one time play with one dude black, dude He had everything at the back of playing and stay would go it off everything going on, but he was so kind to us What was the last of the last round me other dude playing and the dude I died like what a couple? One ring before cuz it have rings stuff. Thanks for tonight and I died like damn tight So the dude was still playing with Isaiah was a and we're all channel chilling And he and he goes he dies he got he got his plant, you know, they're dying like dang He's by itself dude was talking all time good all like the testing thing. He was like a license I'm like talking rude stuff and this whole time about hi. What is the point thing? What's funny though? You're not you're doing something but you know what we like you we like you you cool, dude Man get once the game the whole rep the whole game and we're just cheering music. Yes. Yes. Let's go Let's go. We've never want everybody else to that We will find left off and we like we were so happy. We just gave off that game That'll get any game for it cuz like oh we can't come back for this. This guy's way too nice I'm so mad and the day next day what went on forgot to save him or out of the friend But you know what it was all about Sony got good people I never had a dude douchebag on my team I play any of my games If I go to Xbox, oh, yeah, you butchered I'm ninjas you don't know what they're doing but get your Episode huh? I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Yeah, you put that down. Yes. I know I got don't let me into these online experiences I'm sorry, but I got so like ether mama's off you I'm just got boss you I don't need my my community Yes, I said the community place your community to be ruined by people because they thought oh we can't curse you boy Why did you think should be safe? No, no, don't come over here They'll stay over there and we don't go over here go piece to your shenanigans over there. Yeah, be on PC Don't come on, right For the first episode episode we got DJ dough boy with Jersey ad you made a free mix to a very popular So it's been out right now shot to my you DJ dough boy shot my man DJ shot We'll be right back with more on make a podcast and we have a breaking news story to talk about because I it shocked me I Never get shocked it Just make this statement See we hit you with no delay and so what you saying y'all Jersey in the building Tell me what the deli out when we be on the say yo, we do our duty Oh, we wildin in the street in the club in the studio You don't want to violate only really a truly on my main thoughts from the 973 They movie yo type of people gotta smack you with the tool When you want to park way better know what you're doing you want to park way better Just make this statement loud and clear Jersey's here.
"afrobeat" Discussed on On The Rekord
"That's all you get. You want to find out more? Go do the work. For the record. And stuff like that. Go put a record. Don't actually worry what it is. But the goal for the record. What I record bro, it feels like silver tongue, devil. Devil. Go play the record. Play the record. R&B is dead, folks. R&B is that. But like, yeah, like you're right. You definitely definitely is extremely versatile, and you know, like a lot of great artists, you definitely know how to set a mood on a track, the minute that track goes in, like, I feel like whenever I hear that record, I feel like it's a somewhere in the caribbeans and we're about to hit that spot everybody's been talking about. We're about to really get going and locking on that spot that everybody can build. You've got to go that way. They said the best, you know, the best fruit rum punch. Yeah. With the coconut fried rice. The live music is great. Live music is great. Really well check it out. Yeah, yeah, go check it out. The water is smashing against the side of the building. It's not coming inside the spot. I don't know how they did it. It's just wonderful. And you go there, and everything is right. But it's funny how you did mention how afrobeat driven that record is because there's a song, he did, I guess, I guess it was, I guess it was something that he was playing around with that he put on the Internet. It's a song called, it's called radio by nanso ahmadi, who's an afrobeat artist. And I guess I guess mosaico like the instrumentation of the vibe so much he had to sort of like mess around with it a bit. And I like the bit that he did the original record as an outstanding record. But I'm sure, again, I don't actually, I don't know this to be true, but I'm sure that record by the possibly inspired the silver sun devil wrote. I bet we'll definitely play it. What's bad? Well, I can't go back because it was a vibe. Yeah. He heard something that he liked. Yeah. He said, you know what? I like it so much I'm gonna do it. You can't tell me that's not a smash single right there. Absolutely. And it is said, the only bright I've said this before and I'll say it again. The only highlight of COVID was the music. Yeah. 'cause that record was one of the records off his studying abroad album. I'm not EP that came out in 2020. Now mind you, he did an extended play version of it. So I think he added on the visualized 6 dicks in the playhouse about 1112. So you added on top of that, but like I said, like the album's called splitting abroad, so he basically said, I'm a just pull the music that I like. And I'm gonna try to make it my home. And he did. And he got this, and then to have my little sneaky link on there, my girl sancia.
"afrobeat" Discussed on On The Rekord
"A guy with a major backing. Yeah. But he doesn't. He's a smart dude. He's a very crazy dude. And this is the thing where you don't know, man. The international scene is an untapped market. And he tapped into the right time. Because you have coming up a couple years ago, there was a zuna and bad button. I liked Osuna. Gotcha. Well, shot of the DJ Nolan and I said, a bad bunny is that fast. It's very hot right now, like I could see this. I can see this bird is gonna, you know, Batman is coming back and feeling bad bones are gonna be tied. Yeah. Bro, wrong. When he dropped that, I think it's why and why LMT. Whatever album was, I was like, this couple. When you took a double dish project, two projects, and one year, and both of them went platinum, I just got on top. Well, listen, do you understand? The best thing going for me is multilingual. He cares to multiple countries. He even cares for the wrestling crowd. You don't know who he was until some people even know who he wants to win to be sort of wrestle. A lot of people. And because of that, they got another audience under listen to him right now. But the dope thing about him that people don't give him credit for. He's a chameleon. He's like the Drake of Spanish focus. He can do Ricky tone records. Rap, he could do dumbo records. He could do the Latin pop. He could do kumbaya, he was solving the meringue. Give it all. If bat buddy want to do a bachata record, you can do it. But the crazy thing about it is it's not just that it's how far the market he's going. It's a Latin markets everywhere. Of course. This is the largest market in America, one of the largest market is the Latin market. The fastest growing market in this country, 'cause you got all this stuff in America. Then you got places like, you know, Central America. Central America, if you got places like here like Miami, lots of New York. Yep, you got over there in Europe and stuff like that. California. California. California. It's crazy. Chicago, another huge community of Latinos. It's Texas. Huge, huge, huge. Black community. Keep going. Don't you? No, no, I still got some more to go. Like honestly, it's just amazing. Like, he pimped the game in. He was speaking with the right time. Ray tone was blowing up again, and he looked at me with the right people, see, Cardi B reggaeton was always there. It's just that. And then the crossover. For me, yeah, that was one and two, the beach for a sound too much the same. But then when the reggaeton started sprinting out and said, okay, we could do this like Latin trap and the dumbo. There you go, done. I always feel like, and I'm also seeing started seeing an afrobeat too. When there's a certain sound going, you gotta add variation to it. Send me Ricky, same thing. Exactly. It's like, now it's like, now it's like afrobeat. I'm a piano. It's more is pushing forward now. And at some point, we're going to see the Pinnacle of that. But let me wrap this up. There's a song that two songs back in the day, like Sean Paul's, the port town, the Portland, and he has Sasha's piece at 60 body. Yeah. Same beat, and then watch me watch me. Watch you watching me. Yeah, but to see a cruise jump on that to be. Yep. We're gonna have to have a serious conversation about Sean Paul and how he's perceived around Jamaican and Caribbean. But he's a hell of an artist, man. I don't know why he's thinking he's roses, man. The problem with dancehall, and I'm say it again. Go ahead. For the 50th time. Go ahead. Jamaica, and you might get mad at me, jamaicans. Am I creeping folks? I don't care. I'm telling you the truth. You guys feel like your music is only made for yourselves. And no one else needs it. So when somebody crosses over, you feel like they sell out. No. But you have to. You have to push forward. Did about the killer crossover? Sean Paul beating man bouncy killer. Betterton levy. Jamaicans don't want to, they don't want. This is ours. And then when they get mad because when they go to dance. It's a so called all night long. What's a dance hall? Are you getting mad at you before he's out here eating? It's your fault. But hell, even though the entire barley family crossed over. They just did a concert recently the whalers. So like dancing. What are you talking about? You have the coffees, you have, you know, you have the alkalines, you got the craniums, we're making hits. I love cream. I love cream. Listen, I came by, he says, it is crucial to have pop appeal in the records you do. Regardless of genre. The game more listeners. Yeah, it's okay. You don't have to just make it just for and then the thing about dance on now is that with the dance. So now they're not making dance off to go party to. The dancer now, basically, yes. The dancer now. Trap stars. And you know, this is why and the EST is the role of that. It's cool. But when your records can't get played in the clubs, don't get mad. Yeah, 'cause they don't play that stuff in the club at all. It used to be dance music. I used to go from Jamaica, hit New York, hit Florida, hit the world. In Canada. Not just go for Jamaica, and that's it. Done, 'cause it's not touching Florida. It's not in New York. It's barely hitting Canada. You gotta expect and listen. You gotta make music here to party too, bro and listen, here's the thing. Tonight is Sunday Night, right? We were all raised in New York City, New York State. You know, every Sunday Night is locked down, reggae night, hot nights have been kiss FM, WBS. 3.5 Bobby kindness in Jabba. Yep. Or via Sundays it was called. What's the name of the guy from Toby BLS? Robert levy. Yeah. And now Robert levy is doing more so in afrobeats and service sets. Because the problem is not leaving the country. I put like this. That's the problem. And even when those two sound 42 on XM series XM radio, which is a slash afrobeat slash reggae slash hip hop station, it's like, I'm hearing more afrobeats and hip hop down here in reggae. I'm not just kills me like these are no dental station on serious XM radio. No more. At all. None. These artists like the skilly bangs on them. I ain't telling you guys to sell our ice saying like, you know, don't talk about real Gritty street stuff. We'll leave those for the album cuts. Yes. The dance records that you have? Forming with the shows. Format the clubs. The party songs for the side a side B is all the deep cuts. Yeah. Exactly. They work for diddy and work with Jay-Z, it can work for y'all. What would the same way? What does it mean to me as an artist if I'm performing representative inside riots and I'm only getting fines getting arrested for it. It means nothing. It means I messed it. Exactly. In Jamaica, I heard the prime minister, one of the best they're trying to censor the Jamaican music down there now. Oh yeah. And they said they don't want violence. They don't want no violence and songs. No.
"afrobeat" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"Agent man, what do you got? Well, that's a great riff. And secret agent is the name of the song that I'm going to play next. It's a completely different song. And it was written and performed by one Tony Allen drama aficionados certainly know him. Nigerian drummer and composer Tony Allen died recently, but left behind a huge body of work in addition to his incredible contribution to fellow kuti's 1970s band. One of the, you know, basically the inventors of afrobeat with Tony Allen as the fulcrum around which all the voices and horns and guitars and other percussion instruments turned. This track is from a solo album. This is a rare not only the drumming on the record by Tony Allen is fantastic, but he's got the lead vocal as well. And it's a pretty sparse vocal from the east from the west from the south to the north. And he's talking about the idea that it could come from anywhere. And I really think this is sort of a wink wink homage to fellow because there was a man who was subject to surveillance and murder attempts by the Nigerian government for a good chunk of his life. They tried to silence him because of his outspoken political activism. So I think Tony Allen is sort of nodding to his collaborator and employer. In this particular song. So here's Tony Allen with secret agent from 2009 on Saturday. I see he said that for there are guys those. The great Tony Allen with a commentary on secret agent. I
"afrobeat" Discussed on TuneInPOC
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"afrobeat" Discussed on TuneInPOC
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"afrobeat" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"In this time, he's definitely on the short list. Just like colleague Simon, this is her first nomination. What you thought? I have no idea how that could be positive. Yeah, yeah, it's amazing, right? Yeah. Beck, it's his first. And I believe, who else, Eminem it says first, nomination, Dolly Parton. It's her first nomination. So they must have been, they must have broke out. We fucked up list. We fucked up list. And they put them all in one category. Now do they have a minimum amount of people or maximum amount of people that they can induct at one time? No, I don't think there's any set number. I don't think there's any set number. Right. So I mean, we could go right into that. I think Lionel Richie should get in. Carly Simon should get in. If again, not this time next time. Yeah. You know what? I don't think colleague Simon has had, I don't think she only has like 9.5 million album sales. Which is pretty interesting. Yeah, yeah. So I was able to think it's something earlier. Yeah, yeah, that's it. Where was it? I was looking at something earlier. And it showed her record sales. And she has, I don't know how many records, maybe. It's close to 20, maybe more than 20. And it showed every year it went down down, down, down, down, down. One album I think only sold like 15,000 copies, one of a recent albums. So. She's popular. She had some hits. But that might hurt her. Yeah, you know, maybe right. That might hurt her. So let me see. She was priest. Sella kruti. Fellow kuti. From Nigeria. The instrumentalist and leading composer, political activist, and pan africanist, whatever the hell that is. He's the he is the pioneer of afrobeat, which is traditional yaruba, lyrics,.
"afrobeat" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"It was something that I like. I like music that had a strong rhythm to it. Uh, I remember with the original Talking heads, Band members. We all share the loft at some point, and our record collection was pretty much You can look at the record collection and see where we were going. I mean, it was things like Al Green, Uh, guy named Hamilton Bohannon, who did kind of Dance music like, you know, Philadelphia Soul Velvet Underground, David Bowie. Roxy Music College. You know if you kind of Stir all that up. It's well, that's where that's where we rounded up. I feel like Afrobeat, too, especially in those in those like mid in those like early to mid eighties, Uh, talking heads records. I hear it all day. Look at these. Speak while I'm at home. Going on the places I'm salty. What do you think? I remember being I was probably 19 or 20 and Questlove from the roots.
"afrobeat" Discussed on Backstage Pass Radio
"Or is this like your the trendsetter. My mom was always into like interior decorating modeling fashion. And we were always people that liked close in different days. 'cause we're new york down delancey sweet or go over the jersey garden. The ngos armani. And like i'm gonna calvin klein right now an ice cake. Also you can see that. That's where it derives sure. Always gotta look fresh right annoying so yeah for those. That are not familiar with the wilhelmina modeling agency. It's i think if i remember correctly. They've they've done work with such artists. Like demi lovato and nick jonas and i think nikki manashe was probably tied into that agency for a while but not only had you worked as a model state side but i think the modeling took you. Was it the modeling that took you to. Europe is well or was that something else that took you to your what took me to. Europe is my studies. Because i was transferred ally brooklyn campus overseas to london sided. Friends world. college was his tied to l. You saw was over there. Looking for three years. Gone through light london in england and italy austria slovenia ireland in all those places over there and then that just opened by my horizons. Two different things Music different afrobeat styles as what took me over there and my dad actually met my mom in jamaica and beliefs through french all college too because he was a former student of that. Okay and so. I think i think some wall back. You had done an interview with ashanti. Is that correct longtime ago. Yeah was it a long time ago yet. I was still living in new york and it was at the mtv beach house at the amt reduce. Okay these mom was of managing at the time. And i got to ask her about like her. Acting career and What else did i ask her acting from your end from music. And she said she was never gonna act again and then she ended up on. Its acting think that so she was also your home girl. She was a new york. Born person to right. yeah. I never knew. I knew her music. I never knew how. I just got the opportunity to interview her. Eat thousands but Yes he was a nice person in her by her. Mom was very protective. Well i think that she was. I think she was signed at a very early age with was at murder inc records i think and then she later went to to def jam. I think she was doing some stuff with with def jam for a while as well. I think she opened her olabe right. Now oh is that what it is i. I haven't really paid that close of attention to her lately but I knew that she was tied in with with murder. Inc and in-depth jam for awhile. I think you also had you had done something with Was it trl on mtv as well or was that the beach house links visas cro but it was just the hamptons beach. also gotcha. I was ears of talk about the. I think there was some time or you did something at live at the apollo is that is that correct. I did that years ago to. I remember cathy sharpton. Which is al sharpton. We allow shocked in. My dad knows personal and stuff. She was the one that was coordinating things air. So i did that as well at that experience there. I did this sugar bar which aspirin stimson are owned asked for it and i got to sing with a his wife is lost. No woman no cry. So i had a lot of. It are early history stuff. And i got to also be a cameo in the reggae band. Steel pulse grammy-winning reggae bands outdoor ernest on youtube. For people to see. I played like the bad guy bandic To do some like bad things on shore. I had that opportunity. So new york gave me a lotta opportunity as well. But i needed to to branch out last. You know gotcha you also. I think tied a little bit or somehow to paul hinton write music producer. Paul hinton puta poll hinton yeah but sly and robbie like the great reggae greats. Us robby Sean paul he produced for A lot of big people man like a con. I think he was tied with a con. A kon yeah. He did mama africa. And i think also inner circle and then if if for the people that don't The name inner circle doesn't pop right out at yeah. Their big hit was The cops theme the theme from bad boys bad boys right sweat guy you. Yes yes that went to yes. I remember that one as well. I wanted to give the listeners. A taste of your music. I'm gonna cut a clip here of a song called guan and get it and we're gonna listen to that and then we'll come back and chat briefly.
"afrobeat" Discussed on The ChoNilla Podcast
"To the spirit world on corey also learned about the power of ceremony. Like this one in campbell river to honor the two hundred and fifteen children founded the kamloops residential school. Everybody had pretty heavy hearts. We we're all still really feeling it. Words were shared and prayers were offered before this paddle song was performed and then corey notice people pulling out their cameras of all the animals that could have appeared at that exact moment. It was not one but four wales when that sacred number appeared. Wow that was heavy. And the man who had once been so disengaged from his culture couldn't have felt more connected to it honestly one of the most beautiful things i've seen and had the privilege to be party to witness his ancestors and see of their legends. Come to life. I believe they came to carry those messages to the children is. That's giving those kits piece their final jerry. Wow should've taken place allow Here see tv news. Shame on you. Canada shame on you catholic church bad bad bad. Yeah yeah array baby. Do you want to do the word of the show now. Yes you need a minute get myself together but you know why all these all these like discovery it's like you cared holy spirit down especially when it was like treated the way that it was you know and these kids just to think about being fat like being found how is huge. They needed to be like just couldn't hold them down. You know some glad that they're getting peace. And i hope that that this is the reason why i settlers we ya'll it just totally makes sense. Whatever that you were going to spend fireworks or anything. What calculate what you thought you were going to spend on sell candidate and give the money to indigenous people so they can continue doing the work to help free. Release the spirits of these kids on in other residential schools period period. Yeah okay. I think we should take a break honey. Yeah alright maybe the word of the show. Yes the miety. Miety the mighty. No ma- no. Mattie lou strategically stickle strategy say subscribe. Subscribe subscribe subscribe is an indian out youtube video but he kept getting subscribe. I wanted to throw them some money. Just directly new mighty. No matt essay again. Nehemiah the mighty. The meity ios mighty. Tell me what you want to bomb billion you got. You got the gladden of lease setup. Supply side of Up can i set up a very good subotica. The mighty mighty. I think i'm thinking of the word. No mad the mighty so something about moving or not staying in one place so the mitee what what a what's another one with. It join a hint. Yes google it comes from the latin noun nehemiah test. I don't tell me nothing. Okay i thought you had. Latin roots will help you sorry. I haven't gotten to my lessons. Okay can you give me an example in the phrase a white male who uses he him pronouns. I hold an expanse of privilege within our current society. Join another one knows the. Read that phrase again for me okay. As a white male who uses he him pronouns. I hold an experience and the mighty of privilege within our current society a position. Like okay like it's like unchanged position okay. it can't be. Let me give you another example okay. Video games need to contain a maya be of customizable for the player to enjoy video. Games need to contain animosity of customizable options for the player to enjoy comes from the late. Latin noun midas. It's a derivative of the adjective name. Usually like many options many options having different options day. It's an excess. An overabundance this well we know those well done on amazing phrases an example. And i'm actually paying attention thing you know why because i was listening to an old episode of ours you did a word and i was like and when i was in the car jest it because i forgot the word right right so sometimes it happens like water and and i was like why did i not pay a touch the phrase that was the heart shaped box. Yes oh i have one more thing. One more quick thing before we get into bible scripture. Let's cryptos biblical. She wanted to give a shout out to my mentality of who as she wrote an amazing article. Thanks article shot to a floor. Amo- piano where beats and a mop piano meat and it's a great article that she wrote for the magazine. Let me see the magazine heart. The name of the site armagh ten rain is a music and arts. Careening platform for emerging and alternative music by african nice. So on that site. That's where she wrote the article about almo piano which is awesome and it's basically a music genre that is based out of mostly i predominantly south africa especially in accra logos and johannesburg and it's a sub genre. It's not afrobeat. But the but when i was listening to play a little clip here it's like it's like if afrobeat electro and.
"afrobeat" Discussed on Back To Back
"Them on stays like but anyway. When i when he told me that was like in the phone and i kinda. I wasn't like going crazy. But i was like man in my head. I was going crazy. I was like i was in a car that my friend was driving me and i was like i was like yo. That's crazy sounds no as you would you be donald j one hundred percent. His arm cores wanted to get your take on it before we proceed with anything but blah. He's don't say anything out. Of course so i hung up. I just didn't say anything. I'm just you know. Come the cool. Because i don't like jinxing anything either. you know. of course man. Yeah and these kind of things to it's like they fall apart all the time right exactly i was like i'm not gonna get like super crazy than it does happen then. I'm gonna affiliate shit. So after i mean after that i just kept a cooler than Didn't talk about it. And then like a week later we had like a couple more meetings about it and then just kind of like a slow late kinda like a slow process getting into the group. Because i you know i flew around with them to kinda like see a couple other shows how they actually do it just to kind of get involved with the to actually be on the stage like watching and then Yeah then after that like we started thinking of most working on music and then shows got booked in the world like artists. This do it so yeah well. That's that's been great man. I mean it's it's been great for me to see a you hopping all over the place with them and it. I'm sure it's super fun. And inspiring and energizing and all that was there. Anything and i asked this question because Back in the day. I used to deejay for kids sister and it was a similar thing where i got call out of nowhere. They're like hey. Do you wanna do this and then for the next couple years. My life took a wildly different direction because she was on tour all the time and all the sudden i was just like that was what i was doing constantly and it was incredible. For all the reasons you're saying but then also like man i need to figure out how to reorganize my life my time how to make sure. I'm still getting everything i wanna do done. That i'm maximizing this opportunity when i'm on these other stages in front of different crowds. All that was that ever a thought for you. Is that something you out. Yeah man Everything i mean doing these shows and meeting new people up definitely. I've been trying to like still move and be respectful of everything. I'm not trying to be that guy that's in the front and like oh never quiet guy. I'm always going to be that quiet guy. Just like in the back channel. Low key been moving. But i think definitely definitely always take advantage of every opportunity And has been good like you know people have recognized a lot of people still haven't But i'm okay with it like i'm just happy to be part of something like you know a group like that and to do shows and to be part of something that's probably going to change people's lives in one way or another happy make music. That people are enjoying that thing. That's the most important thing that i guess actually produced music. That is reaching a lot more people because lila like must've like this ep. It's not going to reach a quarter of like a you know a major lazer's music is so Yeah i'm just happened. Actually put my vibe sauce. Unlike songs that are gonna get played all around the world especially if we do it live man. It's crazy to think of a song that i made on my laptop desk in like twenty minutes. Go to brazil because of the Gets a plate in front of twenty thousand people in the street like man you know people all over the fucking all of that country song word by word and then it's like you. I made me like it's crazy. No that's incredible. I mean yeah. There's no better feeling than something like that. I mean it makes me wonder you know the i guess split it up both for you know songwriting and for the live show. Like what is the process with you. A major lazer like like all three. You guys are super-busy. You live in different places. You're hopping all around how to songs. How to songs get written for major lazer like for you thus far like what's your involvement been so we grew shot and we're all like constantly talking every everyday life whether it's like something funny whether it's something about you know music whether it's something about shows ideas anything we're like we have a group john. We're like all like super close friends. Like you know. So west is always like obviously. He's like a machine. He's working non-stop every day. Traveling working at the same time constantly. Like so it's just one of those things where he'll be like. Oh yo have this. We have this new song put in the group shot you're got decides his role with someone or had the song for like a year but kind of what to do someone from major lazer like abe can. What do you think you try some on here. Like cool boom Do my thing on it. And then it either does or doesn't become a major lazer single wrong up or i'll be like you'll have this like a couple beats it. I made up with a songwriter. Would would you think it's like if it's a major lazer brand. Oh yeah this is dole back get somebody else on it boom. So then. That's record while she will be like your arm in the studio so or african afrobeat artists like we're all just putting input and we're all doing things like the most of the time i'm obviously like producing like from scratch or i'm like adding to us on. It's already been made. And i'm i'm doing a lot of edits for the shows Stuff like that. Yeah yeah yeah i mean. That's that's cool man. I think that's the most fun way to do it. Like that sounds great. It's just three friends throwing ideas around you now. And i think again. We're coming back to this idea of like don't overcomplicate it. Read where it's just. Yeah major lazer is a huge group and with a huge platform. But you still gotta keep to that same low key vibe for the creativity right. Yeah people think that we're all like we all three goal in this crazy super million dollars through the on we sit there and like all three of us are playing keyboards. I mean that's related like there's so many hungry producers out there people don't know You know allow music industry works and how a song becomes y zombie. We're all doing our own thing. We're all working as we go on the go and i think we're pretty good at doing so. It works one way or another. You know what i mean. I'm always like if sends be or something to remix anything for major lazer like monitor. I'll have it by the end of the day because but it's also because in studio all day every day killing myself. Yeah there you go wake up. I go to the gym. I enjoy my lunch At work on those you know but this is like they'll tell me. Oh we have this. Remix we have the we have to finish the same A better baseline are cool. Boom sent on my couch for three or four hours bounce it down. What do you think it is. Yeah this is dope all right. Cool semi stems. My job's done arrested today. Like yes I'm happy that way. You know what i mean. It's a balance right and then to again. It's it's a simple process. Just get get something to put on your plate do it move it off your plate done like it doesn't have saudi crazier than that exactly in had said man. There's no you know people are still think we're In studio together. And you know we've done it for like camps..
"afrobeat" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Song and answered that question. No, No, she stopped right there. I love the way that you leave me hanging. You know what I mean? I know it is the still can't find what I've been looking for. Well, what was it might help if he knew Tina Turner tops the list with over 585 85,000 votes, according to fans. Voting for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. A closed on Saturday night feel a cootie was second. The late Phil A cootie. He died in 1997. He's Nigerian pine er of Afro pioneer of Afrobeat, which is a jawn that combines your Roomba. With funk and jazz Go Go's were third Iron Maiden was fourth in the Foo Fighters were fifth. The go, Go's We're ahead of the Foo fighters and votes. On Iron Maiden. Wow. I'm surprised that enough people fans and even knew who feel a cootie was, Yeah. The others, by the way that are nominated for induction. Now, those five they fan vote doesn't count a lot council little bit. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony induction ceremony will be in Cleveland coming up in October. They will announce the induct ease some time this month, the other induct or nominees other than those five or Mary J. Blige. Kate Bush. DEVEAUX. Jay Z Check a conscience con L L Cool J the LADIES love Cool J New York dolls rage against the machine, Todd Rundgren and Dionne Warwick. Quickly. You can only pick three. Who do you want to see? Get in. Uh, definitely l l cool J. Um Foo fighters. And I think Iron Maiden is more than deserving. Okay, Iron Maiden Foo fighters and fed a cootie. Okay, I'll go with Foo fighters, Todd Rundgren and I'm having difficulty coming up with anybody else on the list that deserves to be in there. Like I said The inductees will be announced sometime later this month. Oil.
"afrobeat" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS
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"afrobeat" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Improvisation. I couldn't believe there were humans claim their musical instrumental greatly. S so I said, Well, I could never be Charlie Parker or Dizzy Gillespie. But I can't be for me. So I said to try to be me and it was the same mathematical arrangement in my mind. I said I could never be fella. But I can't be fed me. And so while I was going on this part off self discovery. I said to be more confident in looking for myself and this really annoyed. My father and it's fun. Because because our cultural city must take over from your father on Everybody wants me to wait to take over from his legacy. What if I died before you? Yeah. I mean, I knew the fox off life is I could die before him. So why should I wait to take over from the legacy? When I am I going to live my life when I am I going to get my when I am I gonna have my kids. We're not. We're not going to be responsible for my own actions. Why? When I am I going to live on Was staying in Kalakota under him, and I will always be on that him for us longer is and everybody thought I should be. So when I left, I had to discover and be my own person. This upset everybody, but I think It was the best decision I took at that time. Eventually, he understood eventually many of my friends said, Wow, that was brave of you on this gave a lot of people then. Because the cultural here is You can't fight a man like fella. You just knew you can't you know, And when I did that everybody was shocked. So a lot of people secretly were say, Wow, I was going to make ends meet now. So when I said to become successful, I have I did this by a lot of people with that move. Would not move is what has made me who I am. I think it was the best move I ever made in my life as well. Young far don't be. Oh, it's your time. It's your time to shine. Time is on your side. Come on. Now, That is Femi Kuti with young boy young girl Before that you heard the first part of my conversation with Femi Kuti. Musician and son of Afrobeat legend and activist Fail A cootie after the break, you'll hear how family passed on.
"afrobeat" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"On either side of his are the doors open up in the stone, cold glass breaking music. My God. There he is. Saddle shops. Music like Brought it like being let in by Ellicott Tiger, where you're like a crown. I wouldn't love this. Then it would be worth tax money, Man. Let's get this something substantially more fun. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame debate now not gin. I talk about this all the time. I'm somebody that says weird out Ganga Vic should be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He checks all the boxes from record sales to pop culture status here. Than movies. He was denied again this year. Well, I think the record sales and some of the stats stuff is actually they're not factors in this decision, which I found really, really interesting when what the hell are we doing that at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is supposed to be about influencing The perpetuation of rock and roll and like, you know, nw way did that and they're in. I know. Listen, you're not gonna get argument for me. I'm just saying that that's they don't look at record sales or staffs at all. It's just not something that's part of the vote will help put winger in there. Give We're just not counting anything that 70 you talk about a song You could not do today. What? Who's all Who's all my money? All right, so we got married. J. Blige, Kate Bush, Deveaux Foo Fighters go. Go's Iron Maiden. Jay Z Shaka Khan, Carole King Feel a cootie Oh, I'm so I feel a cootie. I believe he's a Nigerian Afrobeat. So the person Afrobeat pioneer Africa sounds like something I used to do it Ball State on Saturday night. Hello, Cool J New York dolls Rage against Machine Todd Rundgren, Tina Turner and Dionne Warwick, who was a first time nominee. A lot of those others that I read they've been previously nominated. The first timers are Mary J. Blige. Foo Fighters go! Go's Iron Maiden, Jay Z feel a cootie and and Dion That's it. Those of the first timers. Everybody else has had previous nominations. Dionne Warwick is 6 to 1 odds that she'll be I'm looking at odds here for some of these deVeau is 4 to 1 shock. Akane 4 to 1. Hello, Cool J 4 to 1. What does it mean Hammer? Because like that says the Foo Fighters are 5 to 2 because I mean, a really, really good odds. Yes, really good. So basically take that in half like, you know, 2.5 to 1 s. So you're telling me that Pat Benatar right? Who should have got in last year who was nominated and got the shaft was not even nominated this year. It's incredible. I don't know. I just I'm blown away by that Trump supporter. Well, that's a good question. Like the Curt Schilling. Fuck it all..
"afrobeat" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Open up in the stone cold back breaking music. My God! There he is. Donald Trump's music like Brought it like being led in by a like a tiger, where, like a crown? I wouldn't love this. Then it would be worth tax money, Man. Let's get this something substantially more fun. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame debate Now Nige, and I talk about this all the time. I'm somebody that says Weird. Al Ganga. Vic should be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He checks all the boxes from record sales to pop culture status. He's done movies. He was denied again this year. Well, I think that the record sales and some of the stats stuff is actually they're not factors in this decision, which I found really, really interesting. But what the hell are we doing that at the rock and Roll Hall of Fame is supposed to be about influencing the perpetuation of rock and roll and like, you know, in Wae did that and they're in. I know. Listen, you're not gonna get argument for me. I'm just saying that that's they'll look at record sales or stats at all. It's just not something that's part of the vote. Help put winger in there. I guess we're just not counting anything that Sam, you talk about a song you could not do today. What? Who's all who's all nominated? All right, so we got married. J. Blige, Kate Bush, Deveaux Foo Fighters Go. Go's Iron Maiden. Jay Z Shaka Khan, Carole King Feel a cootie Oh, I'm so I feel a cootie. I believe he's a Nigerian Afrobeat. So the person Afrobeat pioneer Africa sounds like something I used to do it Ball State on Saturday night. Hello, Cool J New York dolls Rage against Machine Todd Rundgren, Tina Turner and Dionne Warwick, who is a first time nominee. A lot of those others that I read they've been previously nominated. The first timers are married J. Blige. Foo Fighters go! Go's Iron Maiden, Jay Z feel a cootie and and Dion That's it. Those of the first timers. Everybody else has had previous nominations. Dionne Warwick is 6 to 1 odds that she'll be I'm looking at odds here for some of these deVeau is 4 to 1 shock. Akane 4 to 1. Hello, Cool J 4 to 1. What does it mean? Hammer? Because like that says the Foo Fighters are 5 to 2. Does that mean a really, really good odds? Yes, really good, eh? So basically take that in half like, you know, 2.5 to 1. S. So you're telling me that Pat Benatar right? Who should have got in last year who was nominated and got the shaft was not even nominated this year. It's incredible. I don't know. I'm blown away by that Trump supporter. Well, that's a good question. Like the Curt Schilling of Rock and Roll. You know what's great.
"afrobeat" Discussed on KCRW
"And a great track called Elephant Dance Classics. Four is that released from Captain Planet, which is four song Keep reworking mostly kind of African style Afrobeat tracks. That's really where Captain Planet excels is in the unearthing of unbelievable songs from around the globe and adding a little bit of extra kick in life to him, Captain Planet an elephant dance. Nicodemus and Danny the Tellem plein remix that features of vocalists My guinea Ismael Cogliatti from Wonder World 10 Years of painting outside the lines next day from Nicodemus, If you're not familiar with Nick New York City DJ producer. High quality stuff, man so solid and so reliable Nicodemus and Indonesia and the Italian duo of Nikola Conta and Gianluca Patria with free your mind featuring trumpeter Jordan McLean Drug. McClane is part of anti Ballas. As a single from 19 2001 of my favorite tracks of that year for your mind from Nikola Content and Gianluca Petria Scott Dollar vote tonight on KCRW. Thanks for being long Trying to take the winter out of winter, you know, with music from the far away beautiful places from around the globe. Start off with something with France and our too but come close to the home now kind of little extras song just a jam in before the end of the hour, and it's good stuff. I think most of us if not all of us are really in love with this new album, Aaron Fraser. It's called introducing, although he's been introduced to us as a key part of Duran Jones and the indications but his solo work his debut as a solo artist here. This is bad news from Aaron Fraser to round out this hour on KCRW..
Afrobeat Drummer Tony Allen Died of Heart Attack in Paris
"Drummer Tony Allen is widely hailed as one of the founders of afrobeat alongside his longtime musical partner Philip boutique the seventy nine year old Allen died Wednesday evening in Paris of heart attack NPR's honest ideas he'll guess has this appreciation sitting behind his drum kit Tony Allen used his whole body to lay out intricate poly rhythms with all four limbs Ellen didn't begin playing drums until he was eighteen years old but just months later he became a professional musician Alan met Fela Kuti in the early nineteen sixties and the Lakers Nigeria and in nineteen sixty nine the forms the legendary bands the seventy no one was injured the band's drummer he was its musical director blaring horns and soaring vocals often with highly political lyrics over driving through in nineteen seventy nine and in part because he felt he wasn't being recognized and compensated for his contributions but he continued to be a musical adventurer dipping into everything from Afro funk electronica his last album was released only last month it's a collaboration with the late south African trumpeter Hugh Masekela some of Tony Allen's own music was explicitly political but he believed in rejoicing in the small things of life too as he told NPR in two thousand ten CellaVision is everybody does we would look at it is like this every day we said it's a message he delivered through his exuberant music for more than five
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"The accord in jeopardy iran says it will resume its nuclear activities and there's france germany and the uk guarantee continued investment and trade the two countries agree that the nuclear deal is an important achievement on the political level the fruit of long and difficult negotiations and it's in the interest of every country in the world that this agreement is preserved maintained in the interest of international peace and security and french president emmanuel macron's in lagos for meetings with his nigerian counterparts presidents muhammadu buhari bloomberg's sophie miguel v reports and the new africa shrine the concert hall of late afrobeat musician fela kuti mccall who is the security and the fight against terrorism with larry with on wednesday meets nigerian entrepreneurs and take partner french nigeria economic forum in labour's daybreak global news twenty four hours a day on and take talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in over one hundred twenty countries i'm ben clarke this is blue book yousef thanks let's cost over the sports segment because it's been a.