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"andre 3000" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Way you move big boy and sleepy Brown have teamed up once again for a new album called the big sleepover Big boy of course is also one half of the rap supergroup outcast along with Andre 3000 And it's been 27 years since the release of their first album so he is no newcomer to this and he is with us now to tell us what he's been up to and what is on his mind Welcome Thank you so much for being here Oh thank you for having me So first of all how has the last year and a half or so been for you Because a lot of the artists we've spoken to said that you know because of COVID the isolation quarantining having to slow down you know cancel tours things like that A lot of it caused them to kind of think some different thoughts So what was this last year and a half like for you that it did take you any place kind of different creatively Kind of sharpening our craft and spending time with the family and learning how to cook and having Bible study and exercise and things like that I mean just you know I had to go inside and just find that inner peace You learned to cook Oh yeah Okay well what did you work on Seafood So I don't eat beef or pork having in over 30 years And so my wife loved me air fryer and I started grilling lobsters in the air fryer and I perfected it to the perfection of the highest of perfectionists And then I moved on to the barbecue shrimp in there and then you know I started trying to experiment with making side dishes like black eyed peas and yams So yeah a year and a half I turned to a professional chef Good man Good I'm sure your efforts are appreciated A man everybody they expect me to cook every week Okay see that's the problem Now you're a victim of your own success Right right So so tell me about the new album What was the inspiration for it Just sleeping Brown and I have been you know we've been together since their first outcast on which was released 28 years ago today plays ball And he's been on tour with me for like the past 6 7 years And so we've been doing you know a gambit of just you know all of the hit records and songs that we recorded and just being on the tour bus we were like hey man let's just do that while we do some new songs You know it's a brand new song It's me and you a whole album And we're like why don't we think of that before So we started to start working on it You know why we were on the road and when we would come home from the road we go in the studio and just put these ideas down And it was just like organic progression of just brotherhood and the friendship and just the love of music Let me just play a little bit and then we'll talk a little bit more And the first thing we're going to play is we the ones and I'm going to play this And then I.
"andre 3000" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Butter? Oh, yeah, they were. In fact, I know what time is it? And then there was a scandal vintage scandal. It was quite the scandal. Okay, So I have that organ music, Isn't it So good. So with the Emmy nominations that happened this week, I just I thought it got me thinking about you know of award shows are certainly they see they've seen their fair share of scandals. Yes, they have. And I thought, Let's revisit some of those scandals. Okay? And I will give you categories. Okay? We can start. We'll definitely get to the Oscars. Let's start with the Emmys. There have been styled them do any. Let's talk about him, All right, so I'll give you a recent Emmy and see if we'll know we're going to go back. We're going to go all the way back. Um to let's see the 1934. So we're going to go back to when Helen Mirren won lead actress in a miniseries or movie for portrayal of Elizabeth. Oh, Queen Elizabeth. Okay, what year are we? Uh, I was. I don't know that year. But so Helen Mirren, you know, and she goes, she wins. And it's her third Emmy, and she walks up the steep steps from the audience while balancing a shawl around of colors, And when she gets to the microphone, she laughed. And said, My great triumph is not falling. But she used other words arse over bits. As I came up those stairs. If you saw the shoes I've got I need to understand and whether it was because of her. British accent, her posh aura or the assumption that a woman of her age would not swear on live TV. The sensors did. They did not bring about the profanity and the actually hilarious and adorable moment was blasted out. Homes across the United States. Uh, can we just use it to fact that we know about her? Because, um, Grant one of the very first years we were on the red carpet at the SAG awards. We met her. Yes, And she always does the shows and she wears these platform stripper shoes, and she told us that Yeah, she she showed us her shoes. She showed us have the big platforms so she can. She's sturdy. It's not a stiletto heel chunky. It's a big chunky, and it's a Acrylic. Shoe. Yeah. So that's so funny that that was what it was. Yeah, it was, She told us she goes. Look at I always wear. I'm so comfortable on this red carpet because I always wear Mr Brochures. Yeah, so Okay, So that was something that happened in 2014. We're going back to 2014 at that. Me's a lot of You know people, social media users. TV critics, um, slammed a sight gag featuring Sofia Vergara and the television Academy chairman. Bruce Rosenbloom was 2014. So this is three years before me, too. Okay, which I'm not making that is just setting this thing like and given us content. Yes, The joke literally had the Gara on a rotating black. Circular thing like a statue so sure turning and just like posing a turning, and Rosenbloom was just droning on and on about The state of TV. Oh, sure, because he does like when they come out and talk about the academy is giving the money to this and blah, blah and what? What? So he's talking about the state of TV while at the same time having this visual of this justification of the sex sells mentality, and people were just in 24. They were like, what in the hell have we come this far that we're going to? Have this woman like, literally be the living stat. Do you remember that? I said, I remember this and and it was awkward. I do remember this. She went along with it. He went along with it any time and, um, and he even said, You know what truly matters as we never forget. You know, our success is basically always giving this something the viewer something compelling to watch, and he did not understand the backlash. He told entertainment weekly. She did not see the gag is demeaning, right? She was all in on it. She was all in on it. I wonder what she would think now. Who the heck knows? But she people were hot on the Emmys case for that. Okay. But you remember her sexuality and her body and her bosom was something that she was always very proud of. Yes, you probably didn't even think great 100% it didn't it landed with a thump. Pump. Okay. And then the last M I think I'm gonna give you days when Colbert this is the 2017. He was the host and during a joke about making That your shows the most watched Emmy telecast ever, former White House press secretary Sean Spicer rolled in on that big like, Yeah, like Melissa McCarthy personnel on the podium, and, um And Spicer declared. This is the largest audience to witness the Emmys period, both in person around the world. And the joke reference. You know the lie that's Spicer was complicit in about Trump's inauguration and all my gosh, people we're not having that whole bear was in hot water. People like Why would you encourage the lying and he blocked a lot of hot water from both. Of course, um, one of the things that like here's something that I'd completely you know, Of course, it's so far back. It's 2000 and four the Grammys. But Andre um or Excuse me, Outcast just won album of the year. And, of course. Hey, yeah. What an album That was with him Big Boi and Andre 3000. They did their dual cuts, good songs, and anyway they they just won album of the year so they closed the Grammys. And they did Hehe within eight with native Americans like they had a futuristic TP people were wearing moccasins. The dancers were Dan stuff like scantily clad Native American women and people were mad. Both native Americans as well, and CBS ended up apologizing on everyone's behalf. Good. Yeah, but I always wonder like I wonder how thinking about that did that affect outcast their career? Never After that. There was not much after this album, So I just wonder. I hope they were not unduly, you know, blacklisted for that thing. Here's another one from the Grammys this little.
"andre 3000" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Reminded that T B 12 still reigns supreme as the Lightning win their second consecutive Stanley Cup and their third in franchise history. D a And that is a hell of a way to go out. Canadian bacon. Oh, boy. Andrew Bogus. Gave us everything, laughs. Prize. Moments of Laughter moments of sheer terror. He gave us everything. Worries about the FCC. He gave us everything there. Let me just say that. You do this so effortlessly. But it's so good. Ross marries the cup and then David Schwimmer Savard in the same highlight. Bravo, My friend! Bravo! It is so so good. And then Andrei Vasilevskiy. Morales has been stumbling around for Andre References and Andre puns, Andre, the giant has come up a number of times. But you not only call him Andre 3000 Vasilevskiy, but then say I'm sorry, Miss Montreal. I mean, it's just The only thing that could have been better is if you actually sang an entire bar. I'm sorry, Miss Jackson, Like the cop is for real or something like that. Uh, you know, I thought about singing. Then I got embarrassed. So I went and got the actual outcasts to do it for me. But then playing the clip of it just great. I mean, just really, really, really, really great stuff. It's a phenomenal way to go out. Also, I'm not sure that it was completely family friendly, which means it's perfect for the finale. It was just if you would have sought seen my face had watched ta dot com or on twitch, you would have seen Hysterical laughter combined with sheer horror as Bogue's made his final reference of Canadian Bacon. What Bravo, My friend! Bravo on a great You! You won't even say it yourself you're to a friend is nothing bad with the words that are involved with the video is terrible, but the words aren't bad. Well, I just don't know if I'm supposed to reference said video pop culture moment. I don't know if I'm supposed to direct anybody to said videos, so no, no, no. Do not go look at it don't want to work computer. You're on a personal computer on your phone A tablet. Do not. I haven't even seen it. I just know what's on there. Make a reference. Do not go look at it. Okay, So you've never seen it, of course. No. I've heard about it. Her tail of it heard a tale. That was a great Canadian bacon. Just great when we come back here on the show, Shohei Otani. Doing things that nobody has ever done ever. Are we giving him the proper attention? A CBS Sports radio..
"andre 3000" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"It's time to attend the college of Pop culture, your knowledge like Quiz Ball three trivia questions to find out who's smarter. Donna Donna is the smart one or Steve. His brain ain't right, but it's fun. And here's your host me. Did you want to say that smart charge? All right. So I'm Donna. You might remember. It was my job to keep track of the score. And I'm not doing my job. I think while you're gone, What was it, Steve? It was I think I did 2 to 1. You Yeah, Yes, That sounds great. So they the score is now action. Steve. Come on. Wait, wait. We're just going to to one is Yeah, We're going to start over. You know, Christmas says it's just the time. Are you going to keep track for sure. For real? I actually think it's more fun. If he doesn't Rocco, I think each day Rocco comes in and tells us What he believes the score is all right. Whatever. Let's just play. Whatever. Okay, So I did find somebody on the telephone to play the game. And that person is Mary. Clarence. Mary. Hello. Hi, Mer Bear. How are you? I'm doing Well, how are you? Oh, so awesome. I can't wait to team up with you Where? The beginning of our friendship. I feel like this is It. Really? It's true love. Oh, somebody just elevated our relationship. Donna, we just had to define the relationship A D. T. R as they were known when I was in college. Hey, Mary, Do you still use a camera? You just take pictures with your phone? I just use my phone. Okay? I think most of us do. Maybe Steve. You seem like a photography kind of guy. No, no. I've been a big proponent. My father is a photographer. So is my brother and I have, long said. I will never do that. I just want an iPhone. Well, today is national Camera day. June 29. That's why you're hearing all those clicks and smiled on it. What? Not, Um, so we're gonna do some pop culture things. I believe these are all songs that have something to do with photography. Nice. Wow. Let's do it. Mary Mary, Who do you think knows more about songs that have something to do with photography. Donna or Steve Nissen. Eddie I loved. Uh but, you know, with Steve being the music buff, I'm going with Steve. Donna worked in music radio for like, Oh, man. I am not the music buffet. It's too late. We're going to do it. Barry. You and me together will make this happen. All right. Get out of your daughter. Donna is gone. Um all right. I'm going to ask you three questions, and it's going to start With this one. What? 2003 song had the lyric shake it like a Polaroid picture. Okay. Um, that's by Andre 3000..
"andre 3000" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"I'm gonna I mean, we've been there around my young my name, Bella, and they're tougher than my generation. Am a crack here. You compared to your career? This isn't there. I'm oven. The aerial disease like a menstrual bleed through the prints. So ending on the ship of the tablet in my mind his own right like assange. Goddamn come a second minutes, I was go to the all mighty dollar and the all mighty power of the church Chapel. Sister, brother, son, Nordoff. That's probably happened at them as already dancing on a bridge. Babbitt there left happens. You get from UK Sample my bow by them. Cool. You can't beat them. Thank you. Drop on. You came in on the map from Thursday and I'm thinking dropping you probably because we properly like horrible reading back up. Hell, Yeah, a million Here. A million there. Sicilian with long hair with coconut every year, Like smoked in the thinnest Here, open the limp leaning, hoping them correct the semen and look the DEP. Dep. Dep. Creasy. He's a beat The dog up, grabbed him. Okay. You're a goober. What's it going to work up? Then you always carrying that and also column Danish crime in common with him. Well, coming on the sake. Never answer would describe it by either shot. Chicken. Don't you hate it? Shadow chicken head of play the shot. 16 Shine the most. She changed her name to my chick. Yeah, boy, That's my girl and she pops excellent. Wayne's world. Chicken. Exactly. But you like the way you know being that feel nice spit, and I'm okay. But my watch sick. Yeah, I drop sick. Yeah, my clock. Sit in my not pick it up sometime. Hell, yeah, See, they say a rabbit like Big J into back Andre 3000 weapons ever come by doing that. That's who that's sitting on be little way. My name. Maybe. But I can explain who that will not do that. But you knew that you that's my love and I know you're gonna lose by was I don't know you like to flowers, but I would like to do the pay me by the hour. Already pushing flowers, then to be in the pin. Shevin shall was Tony told this world was ours. And a Bible toll is every girl with sour Don't play in the garden. It does smell a flower called me, Mr Cardo Bristol on my watch. Oh, I got so many black I might allow even one stop on Mrs. She could move down me, e said, like Well, I'll make chrome lips poking out the Kubler like this powder. I do what I do. And you do what you can do about it. Turn a crack and a mountain man. Don't you compare me to the Ain't nobody Nimet them see me, but they have made them feel me, but they fit me. I'm L F. C C B. They let me live.
"andre 3000" Discussed on KQED Radio
"With you on the take away. I'm Callie Crossley in for Tan Xena. We've been talking about some of the achievements of black animators and voice actors this year and the work that still needs to be done to make the field war inclusive. I've been speaking with animators Bruce W. Smith and Ian Jones, Corti and voice actor Angelique parent. And actors of color are also overlooked. When it comes to voicing characters like aliens or mystical creatures that don't have race in animated shows. Do producers need to be more imaginative when it comes to casting those roles? Yeah, absolutely. On the shore, like co executive produced Steven Universe. The main cast are almost all aliens and we went to We ended up casting majority women of color, and it was just because these were the voices that we hadn't heard before. And I really would love people to be a little more open to, uh, finding those voices because you know for me, it's less about the idea of matching Character's skin color to the actor, but actual like economic justice, I want women of color and actors of color to get paid and get respect and have prominence within the industry. A man. So so Bruce when you worked on 2000 nine's the Princess and the Frog, which had Disney's first black prison princess, But more than 10 years later, Pixar has its first black lead, character and soul. Are you disappointed that has taken so long to see more black animated lead characters? Absolutely. I mean, you know that That's a whole generation almost passing by before anyone thinks of Hey, you know, let's take this film that we've got right now and sort of re cast the lead, you know, and let you know an African American enjoy. And participate. I mean, that's just been the whole things that have been in this business is like it's like we love. This business is African American artists, but we want to participate like we want to be involved in all of the flights of fancy. You know, Um, I've worked on so many projects that did not involve me from an animation standpoint, but I had to put myself in the character, you know, So so actually, it's helped me as an animator's help, You know, you know, separate myself and my skill set from the crowd because of of the things that I do as an African American to put in the character, but that still doesn't necessarily reflect Character. This actually on the screen is being a person of color, and that's sort of been an issue with me for a long time. Angelique when voice actors of color are cast, it's often relatively big name actors who get the part. Are you hoping to see Hollywood move away from reliance on big names in order to give other voice actors like yourself a chance. I would love that. The jobs that I have auditioned for that were specifically black female characters or male often went to like Regina King Sonal a thin on need a long But the thing that I can bring, I cannot bring what Regina King does. But what I can do is act. It also played a grandma and I could also play a role. Oh, I can't do you know I can do different things. I'm not. I don't do what they do, but they don't do what I do. So when you cast in our lengthen Who was a fabulous ale is black actress. You just get that and you don't get the levels that you're going to get with someone who does this the way I do and who relishes it. So what do you think Animation studios need to do in order to make the animation industry more welcoming to animators of color and voice actors of color and I'll start with you in for me and you know, this just goes for everything. It's really just about. Being aware of what's going on. For instance, when I created my show, Okay, Kayo, let's be Heroes for Cartoon Network. I was only the second black creator. For the network. And the first black creator was Andre 3000. So you know, he got to come in the door completely different way than I did. I think that studios need to be aware that, uh, you know, talent, people of color, you know? They're rare in this industry, but it doesn't mean we don't have the talent. They need to just be aware and cast their net a little wider, and I really hope that that's gonna happen more as we get more people being able to come to prominence, you know, using the Internet, and it's hopefully easier to find those people. So, Bruce, What about you? What do you think? Ooh, Ah ho, man. Yeah, I kind of agree with Ian. I mean, I think it's really about opportunity. I think you know for us to have the opportunity will help paint and put the industry on course and on par for What we in the foreseeable future, because listen, one thing you can't deny and in life is that us? We is a black people. We drive culture way. Just do so that always when you see our our stories being told, And when you drop us in movies, it makes those movies that much more interesting. You know, because of the language that we bring the swag that we bring those things that unnecessary, those things that they look for so You know, moving forward Producers always. You should think about that. I weigh in like this. This is an easy work to be more inclusive. It's going to take a couple of extra steps for this to happen, and it could be something simple as grabbing six of the best little drawers. And you know, whatever neighborhood bringing them in and mentoring them for a year. Um, it could be something that small, just mentoring aspiring. Uh, you know, animators, voice actors or could be a larger program where we go. Hey, let's invest in the future off this industry. But We know that there's the talent out there. But the talent has to be given the opportunity and people need to be open to opening that door toe allow other faces. Other ideas. And other types of creativity in And this year you worked on a serious of anti racism shorts for Cartoon network is animation, a good medium for addressing the seriously issues of the kind we've been talking about. Absolutely, and you know, I'll say it a million times. Animation is uniquely positioned to be, uh, medium that expresses and teaches empathetic skills and gets characters across. You know, at the end of the day animation is, you know, it's like a century old magic trick. We're basically forcing your brain toe. Look at these images..
"andre 3000" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"With you on the take away. I'm Callie Crossley in for Tan Xena. We've been talking about some of the achievements of black animators and voice actors this year and the work that still needs to be done to make the field more inclusive. I've been speaking with animators Bruce W. Smith and Ian Jones, Corti and voice actor Angelique parent. And actors of color are also overlooked. When it comes to voicing characters like aliens or mystical creatures that don't have race in animated shows. Do producers need to be more imaginative when it comes to casting those roles? Yeah, absolutely. On the shore, like co executive produced Steven Universe. The main cast are almost all aliens and we went to We ended up casting majority women of color, and it was just because these were the voices that we hadn't heard before, And I really would love people to be a little more open to, uh Finding those voices because you know for me, it's less about the idea of matching character, skin color to the actor, but actual like economic justice, I want women of color and actors of color to get paid and get respect and have prominence within the industry. A man. So so Bruce when you worked on 2000 nine's the Princess and the Frog, which had Disney's first black prison princess, But more than 10 years later, Pixar has its first black lead, character and soul. Are you disappointed that has taken so long to see more black animated lead characters? Absolutely. I mean, you know that That's a whole generation almost passing by before anyone thinks of Hey, you know, let's take this film that we've got right now and sort of re cast the lead, you know, and let you know an African American enjoy. And participate. I mean, that's just been the whole things that have been in this business is like it's like we love. This business is after American artists, but we want to participate like we want to be involved in all of the flights of fancy. You know, um, I I've worked on so many projects that did not involve me from an animation standpoint, but I had to put myself in the character, you know? So so actually, it's helped me as an animator. So you know, you know, separate myself. And my skill set from the crowd because of the things that I do as an African American to put in the character, But that still doesn't necessarily reflect the character this actually on the screen as being a person of color, and that's sort of been an issue with me for a long time. Mm hmm. Angelique When voice actors of color are cast, it's often relatively big name actors who get the part. Are you hoping to see Hollywood move away from reliance on big names in order to give other voice actors like yourself a chance? I would love that. The jobs that I have auditioned for that were specifically black female characters or male often went to like Regina King Sonal, a thin needle along But the thing that I can bring, I cannot bring what Regina King does. But what I can do is act. It also played a grandma and I could also play a role. Oh, I can't do you know I can do different things. I'm not. I don't do what they do, but they don't do what I do. So when you, CASS and I lengthen Who was a fabulous ale is black actress. You just get that and you don't get the levels that you're going to get with someone who does this? The way I do and who relishes it. So what do you think Animation studios need to do in order to make the animation industry more welcoming to animators of color and voice actors of color and I'll start with you in for me and you know, this just goes for everything. It's really just about. Being aware of what's going on. For instance, when I created my show, Okay, Kayo, let's be Heroes for Cartoon Network. Was only the second black creator for the network. And the first black creator was Andre 3000. So, uh, you know, he got to come in the door completely different way than I did. Think that studios need to be aware that you know talent, people of color. You know they're rare in this industry, but it doesn't mean we don't have the talent. They need to just be aware and Cast their net a little wider, and I really hope that that's gonna happen more as we get more people being able to come to prominence, you know, using the Internet, and it's hopefully easier to find those people. So, Bruce, What about you? What do you think? Ooh. Oh, man. Yeah, I kind of agree with him. I mean, I think it's really about opportunity. I think you know for us to have the opportunity. Will help paint and put the industry on course and on par for What we in the foreseeable future, because listen, one thing you can't deny and life is that us? We is a black people. We drive culture way. Just do so that always when you see our our stories being told, And when you drop us in movies, it makes those movies that much more interesting. You know, because of the language that we bring the swag that we bring those things that unnecessary. Those things that they look for. So you know, moving forward producers always. You should think about that. I weigh in like this. This is an easy work to be more inclusive. It's going to take a couple of extra steps for this to happen, and it could be something simple as grabbing six of the best little drawers. And you know, whatever neighborhood bringing them in and mentoring them for a year. Um, it could be something that small, just mentoring aspiring. Uh, you know, animators, voice actors or could be a larger program where we go. Hey, let's invest in the future off this industry. But We know that there's the talent out there. But the talent has to be given the opportunity and people need to be open to opening that door toe allow other faces, other ideas and other types of creativity in And this year you worked on a serious of anti racism shorts for Cartoon network is animation, a good medium for addressing the seriously issues of the kind we've been talking about. Absolutely. And, you know, I'll say it a million times. Animation is uniquely positioned to be, uh, medium that expresses and teaches empathetic skills and gets characters across. You know, at the end of the day animation is, you know, it's like a century old magic trick. We're basically forcing your brain toe. Look at these images. Hear these sounds hear the sound effects and believe that that's a real person and a real character. The reason why animation is so powerful is because that power comes from you, the viewer, you put the all those things together in your brain and you create the characters as well as us giving you the material to do so. Animation is incredibly powerful in that way, and I hope more people pay attention and thank you so much. We're gonna have to leave it there, and it was the light talking to all of you. Bruce W. Smith is the creator of the upcoming The Proud Family Louder and prouder and Jones Court. He is the creator of Okay, Kayo, Let's be heroes and Angelique Parent is the voice actor and co host and producer of Cafe Mocha Radio on WBLS. Thank you all for speaking with me. Thank you. All.
"andre 3000" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"He's a protege of the late charge of senator and civil rights icon John Lewis. He says it was Georgia. The center Trump packing, and now Georgia can define the next chapter in American history and Georgia voters are standing up for health, jobs and justice for the people help jobs and justice for the people think about how far we've come. Georgia Think about how far the American South has come. He calls charge at the most competitive battleground state in the country. Thanks to activists, volunteers and the two Senate run offs. Give George a key role. We need to make sure Joe Biden can pass his agenda because it's Mitch McConnell controls the Senate. They're going to try to do to Joe and Kamila, just like they tried to do the president Obama. They will block the cove in relief that we need. They will block the $15 minimum wage. They will block the Civil Rights Act and the voting rights act that we need. They will block affordable health care. We can't let that happen. Georgia we have too much good work to do to church, a runoff supposed to dilemma for the GOP. On the one hand, Republicans need the two Senate seats to hold control of the upper chamber. So voter turnout his important On the other hand, comp and his supporters continue to fundraise for legal challenges while blasting the November election as rigged, potentially discouraging voters and some Republicans are turning against other Republicans that they see as rhinos. Republicans in name only. For example, at a rally in Washington, D. C, Where far right political commentator Nick Fuentes whipped up a crowd of Trump supporters, telling them the Republican Party did not do enough to support Trump's reelection. He wants us to hold the line and for holding nose like David looking Kelly level in the joys. Of course, that's not a message that you hope he wants to hear right now, especially in Georgia. Both parties are gearing up for what's expected to be an expensive and close race. Democratic Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance bottoms offered some thoughts about the election. In the words of artery. Lord Revolution is not a one time event and the words of Frederick Douglass Power concedes nothing without a demand. In the words of John Lords. We may not have chosen the time but the time has told in us in the words of Andre 3000. And that's South. Got something to say. And that's all I'm gonna say. Reporting for Pacifica Radio News KPFK. I'm Christopher Martinez and reports like that. When you just heard from Christopher Martinez on KPFA, Berkeley. KPFK Los Angeles. KFC, a Fresno are Mind available only because you helped pay for them. We had a flurry of calls of flurry of support about that ended about 10 minutes ago..
"andre 3000" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Of steep a singing it when his long as weird. Yeah, rewind it from the beginning to paint just going off like somebody told to pay your outcast and you educate gonna be here for your video. They probably do your thing. Man. That is funny. I didn't know that was didn't know that was because you have a lot of casket. You see David Banner in here. Everybody from the South is in that video. I didn't know that was T panel. And if you know anything about Andre 3000, it's funny that he's the one. That's the groom in the wedding. 103,000 ain't never getting married. All he talks about is how bad love is. That's his whole thing. It's horrible. I don't know what Erica Badu did to him, but she did it. Man. Andrea had something to work with when he came to the table, and she just further expanded that she tried with common. She got comin out of his own for one album, and then and That's great album, by the way, like I No. Yeah, no, no, that was the one that she got him. There was electric circus. Was it really? That's the weird one. That's the weird. That's not how you look at this thing. And that's the one like what the hell? Oh, you dated Erica, but I do. Okay. You know what it is is when he came out with the single She was on that video, but that was on the nose on like water for chocolate, But I could see that electric circus that was kind of inspired by See that Yes, 100% because he said that he said that she was the one that unlocked his artistry and like really brought him out as the artist even though he was like three albums in America about do would do that to people. You already knew Andre 3000 was weird. And then he gets with her and they out weird at each other and hey, sorry, Miss Jackson is about Erica by do Yeah. Miss Jackson. This is her mother. Yes. Somebody is telling that lie. Just not gonna work out. Um And if you do, there's a YouTube video. My almost saying you, J r where this guy breaks down the lyrics of hay. Yeah. Of how misleading the song is because it's so happy and upbeat and people use it for backdrops of great times, and it's a song about a horrible relationship. Like it's not even hidden. I mean it one part before they break it down. He goes something something cause we're both not happy here. He just talks about a horrible relationship the whole time. Everybody's dancing the singing like nothing's going on, and I hope you crash into with Dutch judge. Okay, That's another song. But same thing, though, $103,000 that the whole time you get people going and they troll he's trolling people. And you're like dancing like Wait. Did you hear what he just said? Uh, okay. Oh, you think you can? Yeah, it's bad. It's bad. It's bad. Uh, Tiger Woods is getting the documentary's treatment. HBO just dropped the trailer for a two part. Tiger Woods document. I'm not ready for that yet. I think it's way too soon for Tiger Tiger Lily Tigers, in the midst of a comeback, like the world has never seen And I think that I think the this is a money grab. Because I think that Tiger story Is worth more than two parts and And I think that we need to give it some time. Tiger still like becoming Believer tonight like he's still a factor where he still hand done yet, man. I feel like his story deserves like a doctor, like two parts to part documentary, one for beginning of his life went for middle of his life and the other three parts middle of his life. And then one for like, after he returned. It needs everything that did that Jordan got, but But you'd admit you'd say that the first wave if you will of Tiger's career. Is over. What do you mean? First wave is over for, you know, like if we're gonna break it down like they do with the Kobe The first wave is done, man. This this comeback man Sometimes sometimes sometimes these analogies don't just don't.
"andre 3000" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"I mean, somebody we rag on Jimmy a lot, but lots of times. He didn't have much of a chance. You know? I mean, sometimes those blitzes were so well time. Well, experience blitzes. Yeah. I don't know what anybody could have done it course they were coming right through. I mean, in the same thing wouldn't demolish is out there. They got to him, too. And then I was gonna tell you I was kind of surprised that Pete Carroll had his guys blitz and their balls off late in the fourth quarter, They were still bloodstained. What do the gum you're chewing the gum for four quarters for three. God, Joe. I was thinking about what John Lynch was saying the other day. How they kind of give it to each other a little bit when they see each other like. I mean, John Lynch couldn't as an old pro, you know, knocking on the Hall of Fame's door. He couldn't have been too psyched about that, either that we think this guy still blitz and us in the fourth quarter like there. That's the beauty of Pete and Ken Norton. Don't you know? All right. Here's Trent on the blitzing without 33 plan. You know, he he had a huge part of the person plan so without him planned, I didn't. I didn't think they would beat us up this much. But You know what? The lack of pass rushers? I think that was the only way they feel how they can get pressure on that. Q. B s o. You know, it's no excuse, but we got to be better with the bliss is they brought we should be able to pick him up. You know, Just a small thing is a game and she is in A couple every every other player with somebody who's off my engine, and I think that that played a huge part when he said 33 star about Jamal Adams, obviously who's obviously one of the premier defenders in the NFL, and he was out that was one of the things is before the game. Getting the news that Jamal Adams was out. Chris Carson was out Carlos Hyde Yep. Was out. The Seahawks were down to know Even Travis Homer, their third stringer was out. They were going with a kid named deejay Dallas Who nobody had ever heard of. And so you're thinking. Oh, man, they got no Adam and they have none of their three running is in fact, are very ah Ah. Shall we say, emotionally invested 40 Niner fan friend Cyrus. Texted us. He was very upset, of course. But he said he saw a line copes going to ask you, but he is a wager. Did you see a line that had the Niners by kickoff favored by one? No. He said that he said he did. Yeah, on len dot Eiji or something I said, said centers. Where did you see unless I did dude having new carcasses that he saw you get down to a pickem before they OK? Well, that's close to have seen it in a book at night with all the running backs. I mean, it's possible, I guess work, but I didn't see that either that make any sense hopes that they would get them. I mean, Money was going The Niners weigh that much. They lost by 10. So I guess not. No, I mean before the game is that as a as a veteran gambler with anyone's sense that the climate would be seen once Jamal Adams is ruled out. And then once you're I mean, they wouldn't say with a running back situation was really all week. You guys heard pop on Friday. See that? He thought maybe Carlos, I'm still going to be able to go. Travis Homer took like one snap. Two snaps barely played at all. So I, You know, I think we knew that Russell could have to throw the ball. I didn't anticipate I don't anticipate it being that close of a game. I kind of I had Seattle winning this game by a score or two. But one point to me seem pretty small. Plus, look at the way the Niners looked against New England, right? I mean, they look like a 33 sex poly alloy almost beat Buffalo last day at the 15 yard line last night, and they were attitude. Buffalo If Cam doesn't fumble, that's a saint, So this whole team is kind of Jekyll and Hyde. It goes beyond Garoppolo. It goes beyond the offensive one NFL sometimes the NFL, but I think that might have had an influence of the online on the betting because you know, the Handing Belichick his worst home loss in his career. Had to factor into that We were here for ages. I got hawks plus one about 10 minutes for kick off about that. Anyway, the will. You're right volume in Seattle, just coming off a loss on a Sunday night in Arizona running backs. I think that you're doing this show a week ago, we said, Man, if they're going to play like that, they can go to Seattle and win. That's what I thought they could. I really did. Going into the game. I thought that a good chance to win the game or I don't be close enough that the spread or taking the three would cover it Last one for you before get Teo Inn, and that's more Trent Williams like hearing from the big man about, you know. Hey, it's the NFL. You gotta game Thursday, flush it. But you said we just flush it. We move forward, obviously, on a short week, so we won't even be able to kind of break down in this film even if we wanted to. But, you know, I think as an offensive line We have to be able to have a boundless offense and You know when you get in a situation where you just gotta pass and passion on the defense, can you know they can pick up on Tennessee then? And every protection of the weakness and you get in so many times so many bites at the Apple. Eventually, they'll find You know a week's buy, so it's on us, But I just happen to keep keep over the score. Girlie get points early, so we don't have toe be one dimensional when they come down to the you know, important course of the game. Yeah, seven or seven, saying like feeling like I am liking hearing Trent Williams. He's got a great voice. A little Andre 3000 in there For me. It's Charles Haley. I keep hearing Charles Haley when I hear him anyway, he's right. And how about the intriguing point of like do they even need only look at the film? Just just just make you green Bay coming. Yeah, I mean, maybe after we brush up on your on your blitz pickups a little bit, But I mean, wash it is, as they say, You have the fact that that that that verb there's only one thing in life you flush. Wow. The imagery is inescapable. Here. I might start incorporating that into my own daily life, too, with my kids a Tommy, go flush that good to me. If ever go flush that sadly when you're raising kids, you do have to remind them sometimes to flush you like you walk it. Ah, who didn't come on? Well, sometimes Omer, If I remember back in the seventies, though, it is like the great drought of the late seventies. They said, Listen, don't flush if yellow one of ours, all right, Here's the deal, either. Ravenwood always gets us going. NFL style. That's good. Tim Ryan 7 30 Monday morning We're getting through it. 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"andre 3000" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"Making okay? And I'm walking with somebody. Always hip hop states is Friday. Being good has become China Semi had live hate under my pictures on the gram. You better hope I never burn process with a mama have about somebody with trials with because in the wild The women will never be colonies that they're just making you happy with the paint paint. Bit of Magnum. It never happened in home. A girl who has come quick because they want to hurt me. How do you have to come out? Quick tonight? Thirsty. They want about me. Let me open book hanging me and probably ready with my and these girls dating back when I take my take day coming Patty cake because the wedding say from a making Priya while I'm watching And maybe like about looking for a good night make a move. It's like a J light, like, Damn it, girl trying not to have a quick They want to hurt me. How do I come? How six week tonight? They want power for Melissa. Really? Deejay charisma. We're talking. What last song? Are you listening to? Before you check out and that right there was Melissa really song she wants I came. I conquered. I saw Concorde. You get a lot of crying. Get up. Okay? That's how I'm leaving. So bang respect that gets your ratchet on even in death. We got the homey Justin from Tustin. High on. You know, that's a ronin from Tustin. Justin was that last thing you are listening to before you check out the hell is that the last thing you want? That right? There is the president Why That's on because I'm gonna be everybody. Even that's not what I meant full now when they lay you down I mean, the last song you played a celebrated revenues. You know what? Let's go with a poppy from South and walking. What's the last song you are listening to? Before you check out of your hands down? Had to be ludicrous Area code, You know, area everyone 32136 by six to why do you like I got over well wide ass song, though, bro because they remind me of my younger days when I was on the three. It's now Mary and my wife I'm talking about you See, everybody has their own songs or whatever particular reason I salute walkie a 18521059. What is that? That's all you are listening to. Before you check out a case, you know, lucky he's got In all the area code arisen. A mixed babies power 106, Let's go. Okay, I got it. No. Damn so Right back three times. Right, Superman. You packing. A man is gonna love you Just the moment. I go out. Well, good. Good. You want usto shoot around the body. Probably your hooded combined. No. Can you know one of them, but not their hearts like Bobby and wind Go like I don't know. My mom is the wind. Don't make me go into bank Think I wanted to show you our pockets? It got mad. You just put me in a bar in front of your partner. I like to think that I'm broken up. I would've made you take came. But they don't go ahead and make one of your punishing kids meeting. We gotta go out of my pocket. I got like a lottery halves that talking. I don't like to argue. Don't you see me with because I'm going to say no, I don't know, but they had to pull out his packing. A man is Dear Ramon, go out. Want good? Good. You want, young man? Just a moment. Go. I won't go, go, go! To stay out here right now. Break it, Break it! Break it every day to stay. No master P 10. Bad bad They have to make one bad, bad like a masterpiece looking for a dump, like, believe what you can Champion. What eyes you've got. The cabin can afford a case You've got bad can afford to be a writer like a jetski. Somebody bad bad They arrested me because I reckoned with absolute stopped asking me no matter may not have been a group dinner sly, like his best explosion like a chapel of six. Take a break out, Put it on the chip of paint in Canada, But I see a lot of teams that can make you put a banner. Make him tell the club the club. Your game. I know. Be bad. Bad bad looking for a dog like you believe what you can't you can't You got to town when I was sad anymore, Melissa, really deejay charisma. It is a Friday in honor of Andre 3000. Shane what last song he would listen to before you checks out. We decided T pick our song The last time you listened to me, and he picks a really, You know a song. I meant a lot to him and we're fighting out that we have different tastes because we're picking different song that you picked. Check out talent, Pop. It means a lot to me. That means a lot. You know what does mean a lot to me. City of L A. Right. So that's why I had to go with Nipsey Hustle victory left. I feel like that encompasses the person that I wass, But we got my dog James from Lake on the line. James, if you could listen to one last song before you check out what song is that I have to take it back. Tio Stevie Wonder, isn't she lovely? Because it's dedicated to my daughter. If you don't want to cry right now, you don't have a soul. So what's your name? My brother Jaime Silo silo. Is she everybody?.
"andre 3000" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"Anymore. Melissa Decor is riding a great Friday. I want sat out Andre 3000, who let it be known that he had to pick a song. Listen to before he left before he passed on. It will be princes. Sometimes it snows in April pretty pretty morbid, but it's still like I respected listened. I could see why he did it. He said He heard the song when he was younger, and that it made him feel kind of like a life is unexpected. It gives you an affected surprise is kind of like snow in April, but I don't know if I would pick us that song teaches up. That's what he feels. I feel like when you go out, right. What message you want me? It's real simple Look. I'm I'm out the door. I think I've done a lot of my life I saw for me to take my victory. Therefore, if I had to pick a song the last time I listened to the last Bubba, it's gonna be nifty hustles victory, saying Just let everybody know. Look, I came I saw I did it my way you understand? Is that a question for you? That's how I want to check out worth hustle is represents me. My city where I'm from, and I think like, Let me take my victory lap. John see U in Heaven or Melissa. Actually, you're going to make it not making it to heaven and I'm walking through those gates bumping this on Being good at picking over hope. Never I'm just saying, Look, I came I conquered. I popped kids out. I did my thing. I behaved the last few years, but it's time to go. Okay, well, look older than you. I'm label overweight. You chances are I'll go before you, Bobby in heaven, and I just I don't know. I just looked at you know, God's gets this. I'm sorry. Go down. Let us know if you could listen to one song before you go. What song would that be? And why 8185201059. Don't pick up the spout when I was six. It's Friday. Yeah, one for hip hop, introducing touch.
"andre 3000" Discussed on KQED Radio
"So here or New Orleans artists like Juvenile With four. Of course, Atlanta artists like out this hasn't always been the case. Just 25 years ago, when a young Atlanta rap duo was named best new artist at the Source Awards. The reaction was less than enthusiastic. Duo was outcast, and Andre 3000 had a proclamation that did sound, Gaston say, That's all I got. Southern rappers have often been dismissed and denigrated for their spin on the art form, which is why NPR music has now published a canon of Southern hip hop. 130 songs and albums. The project is called The South Got Something to, say Editor Briana Younger and NPR Music's Rodney Carmichael are here to break it down for us. Thanks for being here. Thank you for having us, Briana, tell me about this huge, ambitious project. I mean, how did you go about creating this cannon Figuring out who was out who is in Yeah, well, I mean, I knew that the south such a huge and diverse region and that I couldn't do it by myself, and that a lot of the ways in which southern rap have been characterized on mainstream platforms. Had been done by writers and critics who didn't necessarily come from or identify with the South. So I found around 25 critics from all across the south, and we just kind of voted and discussed and discuss the more What this thing would look like. You know, when I was a kid, it was all about New York versus like East vs West. Why do you think it's taken so long for Southern rap to get its do? I mean, you know, old hatred dies hard, you know, and Spokesman hating on the South so long, it's just in their blood. But the really big thing I think is the fact that you know the music industry has always been based on the coasts. A lot of that respect and just that understanding of how to translate was going on in the south to the rest of the world. Has been lacking, Briana, you know, it's certainly true that people everywhere have enjoyed Southern rap, and it is the dominant sound. But it's also true that it's not really respected. You know, as an art form, it's not necessarily always seen a sophisticated or skilful like big crit on Mount Olympus, which is one of.
"andre 3000" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"So many of these songs or feelings that so many people around the world have had to deal with over the last few months. How have you all cope with quarantine? I think that I suffered the most. I have a very bad co dependency problem. When it comes to my sisters. I depend on them a lot. And there might there my two best friends and to go from Seeing them and hang out with them. Every single day. I kind of went full cast away and, you know, started talking to myself and then answering myself, and then I painted to exercise balls with Dean, Ya little honest faces on them and started talking to them. You know, I missed them. Oh, like I'm a type one diabetic, So I literally didn't see anyone. Because everything on the news was like if you're diabetic. I feel bad for you because you're in danger. But I want to be a part of the solution. Not part of the problem. Let's walk through another song. Hallelujah! Oh, to examine you, Teo say that they will. I get thiss. So you all have very personal lyrics on sections of the song. Alana, I want to talk about yours. Why? Why this moment? Why this song to work through the grief of losing your best friend in 2012? For the longest time, I couldn't really put anything into words. It's even though Holly I mean, it was a huge step for me to talk about it, but it feels like the tip of the iceberg like it still feels like I haven't even done enough. But it was like a really nice step, Teo be able T talk about it. And even though it happened so many years ago, I'm still every day going through it and trying to deal with it and to have other people that have gone through the same thing and had felt exactly the same way that I felt really did make me feel. Like I was going to be okay that I wasn't so alone. So just to shift gears a little Daniel. I read that one of the inspirations was Andre 3000 zl left below AA, which is something that I love. What was it about that album that attracted you? And how did it work its way into this? I remember when I was in high school when it came out as you got, like a burned CD of it, and we would just listen to in the car every day. I was so obsessed with specifically the song prototype that one Everything about it. I mean, there was humor in it. There were these little skits in it, too, which also reminded me we've never actually been like funny on record. Andi. I just was so inspired by that whole era. There was like an era of think when Danielle was a freshman in high school, and I was a senior. I drove carpool a lot. I must have been like 11. Where I think collectively we all started becoming obsessed with music. I.
"andre 3000" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"A joke. Maybe Yeah, I'll stab use not going to play Well, I don't think today's culture we're talking a lot about the statues, the monuments coming down and what do we put in place of these monuments? That is a good question. Is there anybody that comes to mind? That's a figure whether it be, you know, movie sports that you'd like to see. You know, in place. It should be local music like local musicians who made it big, like In the city. Like if you're taking down Stonewall Jackson in Atlanta, then you put up, Andre. 3000 big wad. Okay. You know what I mean? If you're taking one out of were taking up down Ponce de Leon, Then you put up Tom Petty or Jimmy Buffett? Yeah, I like that, because I mean, when it comes to actually like true inner personal feelings People feel more and get more from those musicians than they ever did from some old fuddy duddy politician or war General, you know, like Tom Pet freefall. It's Dunmore for me, you know that Stonewall Jackson. Of course, it has a trending online petition is calling for a statue of Christopher Columbus in Cleveland, Ohio, to be replaced with a figure honoring the life of the late great Chef Boy Ar Dee. The recent change dot orga Peel is urging Cleveland City counts. To remove the Statue of the controversial Explore located and Tony Brush Park in the Little Italy neighborhood and erect a statue statue of Who? What did I say? I don't know. What did you say? It's Christopher? No, No, no, no. They're putting out who they're taking down Christopher Columbus, and they're putting up a statue of whom His really name was. Ah, a tour heck door biology, but they call him Don't do it. I mean, I don't know. I don't know why. I don't know You want what you want to do this to me? You may think Chef boy ar dee. That's not even a disease.
"andre 3000" Discussed on KCRW
"Continue. This Sounds right here on K. C. R W Hey, good Sunday. They spend When you stretch it, eh? Me. That's something right. Sunday morning, Sunday afternoon. It's still Sunday cut corners underneath me this one off a project title drifts Natalie Slade with that cuts Sunday morning. Big fan of that record control If you get a chance, check it out. If you are a fan, if I it is Coyote. A lot of the guys are in production work on that record from Natalie Slade before that's Angela Munoz teaming up with Adrian Young. Can I get your name off for introspection Release? And played a couple outcast related, hypnotic brass ensemble covering outcast with spotty then had to come back with Andre 3000 doing prototype off the love below, taking it back to 1972. Before that, with orgy, Ben The Taj Mahal. The Delfonics. Didn't I blow your mind from their 1970 release Hani El Khatib to kick off that set doing JEM Office flights release again, Honey Ellicott Eve with just one of the most amazing records of the year. Sonically creatively. I just can't stop raving about it, but I'm gonna try to stop got more sounds coming up. We're going to hit the Monterey, Mexico. Next call clubs, also the latest from Torre in Wan, so much more. My name is Anthony Valadez. Always fun hanging out with you on the weekends playing music.
"andre 3000" Discussed on Shannon Cason's Homemade Stories
"And feelings, and thoughts. So, his raps inspired, a lot of stories, actually, you know, so I credit him with making me, feel something from hip-hop again because I really was just listening to new hip-hop Munch. Then I heard him rhyming over Dilla beats and he was talking about real life stuff in a poetic way. But he never released albums. So he even beat Lauryn Hill out in the ethnic Matic category. I got to figure out how to say that word, but but I can't take away from putting out versus like this. So he makes my tough. You you better close your eyes, my child, for a moment, in order to be better in tune with the song and it's frustrating when you just can't express yourself and it's hard to trust enough to on Treasure. So understand exposed to make it in the world full of hatred for the tech. Sandman come back for the same reason. I pause take the step back because all the setbacks fast forward towards the stars and the jetpack I think might fail me my heart my tell me synagogue of Satan my clothes shoes and jewelry strip round Naomi Brimstone Hill me, they might defeat the flesh but they can never ever kill me if Michael feel the music but could never ever feel me song. The lawyers to the Sheriff's, to the judges of their own lawmakers. Fuck you assume e-mail me that name on that birth certificate. That ain't the real me. The last can't conceal me to Sunrise, multi the skies going to, okay? My number three is Andre 3000. I think I enjoy listening to Andre 3000 more than any other hip hop artists. I mean, I really enjoy hearing his versus his voice, his perspective. The frame is Eddie comes up with this in the same vein as Q-tip. I really enjoy listening the Q-tip, but I really, really enjoy listening to Andre 3000. That's why he got The Thirst sponge. It's an enjoyable list and I didn't start out as an outcast fan. I really didn't even listen to how Outkast until my first. My first girlfriend was a college girlfriend. She listens to the podcast, sometimes to hate hate Tamika. I think she had ATLiens album in the car with a cassette tape off the car. And I had never really listened to them. But then one day I just popped it in and let it play. Yeah, I like big boy. I love big boy. Big boy can rhyme, but I am really noticed. Andre 3000 surround and it's almost the same thing as A Tribe Called Quest I respect fight. I love or vice verse you know rest in peace to Fife but I didn't notice it five wasn't on a song but I've noticed if Q-tip would.