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"andre hurrell" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Mother my children past. Andre hurrell pass. I was just in a dark place. Started watching it gave me hope. A whole planet has been going through some traumatic time now more than ever having something lifting that's rejuvenating soul is so important. So that's why. I'm so happy to be part of revolt to have an opportunity to spread the love of rap. Come on now you know. I love bishop td. Jakes i love the whole pot house. I watch bishop. Td jakes every sunday low. Sarah jake roberts. She actually preached his past sunday. And i know exactly. What did he means when he said bishop got him through. There's a sermon bishop. Td jakes did about a month or so ago. Called left for dead man. That's made me change my phone them. Ira well you can tune into kingdom culture. Every sunday honorable tv. It's worth now since we're talking about tv and things that are relatable. Let's talk about f- boys. Hbo max has dropped the trailer for this new reality. Dating show. F boy aislinn. Listen to this lady's three of you are hoping to find love and this tropical paradise and over the players. I'm not a point in my life. Where i'm ready for what you should know. There are twenty four men. Twelve of them are nice guys. The self proclaimed f boyce road. He's really cute but he looks like he's gonna ruin my life these three ladies and you went home to figure out who that happens you think of. Why would you wanna data f boy like what you kiss boy. Any turns into a print but twelve boys. Twelve nights guys. Say you don't know who's who sort of are acclaimed as nice guys and the question is can boys truly reformer. Do nice guys always finish this. They can. I'm a former employees can absolutely positively evolve but you have to want to s right okay. accountability is key debut. July twenty ninth and women always wonder we wonder. Why do we like these guys. So you heard her she said is he gonna ruin my life. i think. There's a lot of trauma bonding to i think. A lot of women can be girls in realize it. So i think there's a lot of trauma abundance especially when you're younger i right now since we're talking about tv let's talk about shonda rhimes and her deal at net flicks. Stupid has gotten a significant raise. Now let's talk about it. Ceo version really back in two thousand seventeen inked a deal and the money for that was in the one hundred million and one hundred and fifty million dollar. Well now this new raise will push into the three hundred to four hundred gs million dollars due process but if the details of the deal though i guess it covered so much things. Are i film games via branding and merchandising live events and experiences all of that yemen cheese. She she's shonda rhimes number one. But when clark when you're somebody like sean derives and you go to netflixing you deliver which a hit. Show the biggest show ever right. Richardson yeah presidents an amazing. I cannot wait for the next season. Although we are gonna miss. What's his name john the guy Still waiting for my call sean. The kind of busy with the three hundred million. But if you need somebody to replace a reggae whatever you like to call them. Rashawn is ready no shade but no okay wasn't even rejected from the get out of larry. Laughing all right and cedric. The entertainer is going to be hosting the emmys for the first time ever. So that's going to be happening. In september as a show returns to a live in person for matt there'll be a limited audience of nominees and their guests present there but should be Interesting he put out a statement. Since i was a little boy huddled up next to my grandmother. Television has always been my reliable friend so it is an enormous honor for me to host this year's emmy awards throughout the roller coaster. Year that we have all lived through television. It helped us stay connected as a society like never before and that only entertain us but as it always has it helped to open our eyes educators and hopefully bought about a better understanding of who we are as a people. I can't wait to take the stage to celebrate all the great shows and performances. That made us laugh. Cry dance and sing over the past year. I like that rumor report. All here's a bunch of black a black people in the industry winning. That's all right. that's good. Everybody gets his money. Before before democracy crumbles we can have money move on september nineteenth. Vr watched his show. The neighborhood is really funny. I've seen it before. It's oh yeah actually watch it on the plane. That's how i saw the whole series at once all right. Well that is your room a report and the nominations are going to be this morning. So we'll keep an eye out for those. That's very inspiring to shine doron. We're still dirt team. No 'cause you got to have a great team to make things like that happen. Yeah team hasn't reached out to me. But i'm still waiting. I mean like herd management agents agencies. Icm slu now Front page news talking about. Yes and let's talk some more about These vaccines and what's going on. Now with johnson and johnson also visor. Do you need to get that booster. We'll give you some info all right. We'll get into that next. The breakfast club breakfast club mornings on never beat us say. Hey it's angela. We don't let week here. Hold you back. Carol's daughters got strength collection. Supports here as it gets longer for. Here that's fifteen times stronger. After one use available carol's daughter dot com and your local retailer. There's a new year and me and my family just about to move into our new house but for anyone that has moved before whether it for a job family of fresh start you know how difficult it can be. 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State farm is there. Everybody t j envy a into the show. I mean the guy we oughta breakfast club was front page news that usa olympic team loss to australia. Yes let's go on with the team. Nothing is just a sign of the times. it's just a reflection of where where america is america. We don't lead in nothing anymore. Okay goodness manufacturer the noise on the planet game Watch the last five minutes. How think they score. I don't think the usa scored the last minute. Some change maybe grayson score. Did they look like they've really play. These look like they just going through the motions. I i don't know. I really don't know plan ball any loss. All right. what what else got easy. Well let's talk about a childcare fund for athletes who are mothers ahead of her fifth olympic games allyson felix is making sure our mothers of young children like herself have the financial resources that they need for childcare so she's partnered with her sponsor athletic and the women's sports foundation. 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"andre hurrell" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Want one of those good for a second. Yeah enough get one free. Glad you brought this like walking around with an umbrella go. Hey you remember what coca cola soda. You had to put up with that all day. I'll tell you you remember. Amc theaters they had. This thing called popcorn. Continue with a jober. i wanna bentley belly cosworth. How big diddy was back in the day when he was on. Mtv band of rain favorite episode is what he said. Go walk to cheese. Cheese new york to get to brooklyn brooklyn k. And he goes back at midnight so you better hurry the fuck. Yeah and they you record number. He's like it's fucked up on doing. Actually give me a slice of cheesecake. And i give you a contract. Remember that i loved. It was knowing what's doing all right. All right we'll let me down. Let me break down diddy. Because i'm a huge fan So the kid. What he was a kid he was he was going to college. He bet heavy d heavy d was performing or they bring entertainment to the colleges. He met heavy sold them on some bullshit. You know what i mean. Whatever it was that he said i can do this. I can do that for you. Heavy gave them a number gave an address. Uptown records andre hurrell and he goes yeah we have a new york show up. I got you. The motherfucker showed up and he continued to show up every week. He would catch the train from his college all the way to new york and then catch the train back and go to college. Did you go to morehouse. I think it was what from new york. Hang out with heavy and then go back and literally no free. Every weekend he would do that. And then you go to college. Then he met eddie met. Andre hurrell got in as an intern as an inter word rags to riches story three worked for free right as you know marketing street team in charge of st team. Promoting new album's coming out and then you looked on the shelf. And he saw joel and mary j. bligh's with still on the on the shelf and he goes in listen to any went to andre. Show these two right here about to blow up and andrea. I don't know what to do with them because everyone was wearing suits and ties back then. Groups look like and then did he is the one that came up with that image for them. Geez just give me a shot. Lemme blow them up and andrea was like go. If you can do it you'll be in charge of the whole goddamn company next thing you know. He blew him up. Took over up to start a bad boys for billy. Got fired from uptown. Oh wow because he was being cocky near like any twenty year old would right with success. Yeah yes andre. Joe andre andre fired him and he was broke for a few months and then he created bad boy and he discovered craig mack and be and then he took that risk with biggie. Who wanted to touch big at that time. You know what i mean like. How do you market the big fat guy. And then he hired the murder of to grant crazy story. Okay well that's that's how.
"andre hurrell" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Who's executive producing all right. We'll get into that. Next is the breakfast club. Gamonal the breakfast club morning. Everybody is tj envy angela. Gisha alameda guy. We all the breakfast club now before we start the rumor charlemagne and how does it sound listening in here. Now it's time for your final rules. Nego what you're trying to make it off the host of putting them more is because some some comes eddie. May's oh i'm going for the parts. I'm practicing and here now. Now whenever listeners call earlier voices two high. All right. something that you'd be a good wholesome a bachelor but you can't be tv with beijing. Because you'll beijing look student bay. Front late late fronts. Look good on tv with in person. They look stupid all that beijing look stupid in person but it looks extra dumb. On top right and you get a hd lakefront beard. not only right. You gotta let the grays on ice for a little bit. I think you should get me. I'm a bachelor fan. We can even do me and my wife together. She's a fan. I'm a family. There's something different with black right now. And i think he's trying to be cool. Black black right now. What are you other times. The emna bachelor if you want to have a conversation. I wanna talk to north. Forget it. let's get to the rose. He wants to be contested. Let's talk fifty cent real filling. The this is the rumor report with angela on the breakfast club. Fifty cent arose all right. Well fifty cents book. The fiftieth law has got a netflix deal. He's going to be teaming up. Kenya barris because kenya berries. Has that deal with netflix. And yes it's going to be based on his life and also tell the story of him being a young hustler with aspirations in the music industry so as loosely. Based on the autobiography of his life fifty of law fifty cent and robert greene. And i can't wait to see how they get into scripted series. It will be interesting and grain coming on at breakfast clubs soon because he has another book. He's working on smart guy and Barack obama says that he broke his schoolmates. Knows for calling him a racial slur. He was on the new renegades. Podcast with bruce springsteen that we were talking about yesterday. And here's what he said. When i was school i had a friend. We played basketball together and one time we got in a fight nicole. Me not even know what a cooma what he knew was. I can hurt you by saying this. I popped him in the face and broke his nose in a we were in the locker well done and suddenly bloods porn them and was just reactive. I said what am i popped him and he said. Why'd you do that. And i explained to him i said. Don't you ever call me something like that. We just simply don't believe him. We've never heard. I've never heard that story and all the is barack obama. Been out here in your screen and you think you would tell that story. You've got promoted. That would give them street. Credibility john promoted. Podcast is the white boy in the face. Call the i do wonder. I wonder if people actually know what the definition of coon is someone who reinforces the negative stereotypes of black people. I could be wrong. I don't think that's been barack. I don't and he doesn't even think the person knew what it was. They just said it. Or yeah understand what i'm saying. I wanna do people know what the definition is even when. Just throw it out there. When people like person the coon according to someone who reinforces negative stereotypes of black people. That was barack obama. I don't think braga among points that kidding faith. But that's just my personal opinion. okay reports. Are that kim kardashian is emotional show after filing for divorce. I know where these reports are coming from. But they said she's on an emotional roller coaster and she's upset that she had to pull the plug after connie refused to work on their marriage. They've been separated for months. According to an insider they told people magazine. It was still emotional for kim to actually file. She spent the weekend taking care of herself in her kids. She spending time with her mom. Sisters in hasn't been working. Everyone is supportive compares very lucky to be surrounded by her family. Just put out the press release for the new season of reality show already. We know it's coming to scream and so we'll platform. Is it hulu. We'll note coming to hulu on the press release. Feel like they did this already. What his whole story line. No not this one. Not and kim divorcing. They've done storylines of people who've been divorced quite a few times. This is You know this is the first time. I've have been divorced but come on. Just put out the press release in the reality show already. Come on i right now ray. J also did an interview with genius and he was reacting to kenya's the life of pablo jab at him the song highlights for the first time. Now here is the song. Only problem is And then here is rage as reaction does what they say in the song. No don't that was cold. Why having a conversation. I didn't know it said all of that. You know what i'm saying. I thought it was just ended after their lawn. Maybe we might need to be friends now. Everybody needed us. Put all that behind. Twenty twenty one. It's all live over here. let's bring. Let's bring the love together. It's all good man. Know that's not gonna work even even with all them divorced and everything else. They'll never be a time. Where you go see. Kim ray j and connie kicking it you never know you never know you never know when when they old and gray talking about sixty seventy i would never think. Cj z knives next to each other like they will not true. That's clearly what if what if it could be a good story line for their new show. No see it happen unless they randomly bump into each other somewhere. They're not about to beat up and have lunch. They're going to want to be around. Konya going to be around konya an ray j. Well she's going to have to be around konya. They got him kids together. Pick the kids up curve each other. Pick the kids up from grandma house and have young children to some all right. Well that is your room a report all right. Thank you ms ye now up next to request in right now. Shot the revolt. We'll see you tomorrow. It's the breakfast club gamonal. tj envy. Angela ye shall. I mean go. We oughta breakfast clubs black history. Month today repin andrzej hurrell. That's right today. We ana a black history month. Legend by the name of mr andrea. Hurrell brother who. I had the pleasure of calling a friend of brother who never had to take it to give me some game. Even when i didn't ask for it brother who was founded and ceo of my favorite record label of all time uptown records mr champagne and bubbles mr ghetto fabulous andre hurrell. Andre wouldn't sean puffy combs heavy d. Mary j. blige see just to name a few. When i say just to name a few i really mean that because uptown was responsible for so much black in bauge excellence. Oh yes. I think he was on breakfast club quite a few times. Let's flashback to explain us how he paved the way for waffle. Bauge negroes everywhere..
"andre hurrell" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"Was cool was great. He always make kind of innovative use of the stereo field. And that's the way love goes is a great example of just like stereo vocal production and mixing with the deep voice going on one side and then channel and the other and then there's talk maybe about that in particular just generally. You're sort of high philosophy on that kind of thing. It was kind of like gum in that song. Because of the simplicity of the song we thought it was kind of cool to play with the bogle and not do a lot of ad libs in a lot of the things that we would come to normally do with a song. It was all about the subtlety of the song and the vote. The ball voices on this on the low ones and everything is all janet. It's all just electronically tune back with the you know that's the way love. That's the way my best way. That's all gen. That's just doing that and We just thought it was kind of a cool way to get in and out of the song it was kinda like the last thing i remember we did on. The song was the Like kamal to flavor modifier malone games. You see my desire like that was kind of we kept thinking we need to have some sort of intro to the song or something that catches your ear. Right away i remember Andre herrero rested piece. I remember i was going to a a convention in chicago. And they asked what i might sharing a car with. Our flights. were landing at the same time where we share condo. Andre hurrell and cool in the car were driving and on the radio. That's the way love goes comes on and it was the first time i'd ever heard on the radio and i remember andrei hurrell santa the driver we turn that on. What is it. turn that up. And he's talking to meetings going jam. You hear it in this man. Listen to this man. This amazing oh man listen to this man man assume.
"andre hurrell" Discussed on Toure Show
"That's a really good offer an all the frames that cat is are really cool. Looking cat is has a lot of great looking frames I'm wearing them right now. There's a lot of parents managers in the industry. I've met a lot of MOMS that we call the MOM Gers they call themselves monitors at times deadly some dads fewer. But definitely some did you experienced folks saying like when you're building like Oh, you know that's just their dad like. Not. Necessarily given the same respect that they would somebody who was not not related to the talent. Very point as well. You know I very seldom said. The Day? Okay. I very seldom said ever. All the people might have said it but I will never say US work that. Member I had other are also you know I managed Nah is for a period of time Not Have a lawyer that I made at the same time. So it wasn't like I was just ahead little was tied to MC records who back in the ninety s you know there was no better urban label at Tussey on marriage API's. Angle on up you know who was that lady? That was the first artists signed it wasn't destiny Shaw that's the point I want to know. Destiny cells the second artists I got a record deal major record deal. The first artist was look all rapper was successful with his first Habur on MCA records. So I and build a relationship, the end streep starting for built lace Shukra. Industry. You. You're you're making me think about. Andre Hurrell. Dow and. Yeah you'd think it'd be A. Sad that you just recently passed. You know do you have any your? You know what are your thoughts and memories in on that? I say I just occasionally met Unday different events all ways standard man. always encouraging. Was a leader that's what I was ill. Were they were all there? Joe was there. MCA. I mean heavy was excited. To get to the point of you're not just. Beyond saying destiny's child manager what are some of the keys to being a great artist manager because we've seen a lot of bad ones or a lot of ones were just writing coat-tails you're clearly taken the effort shaping careers what are the keys to being a great artists manager? Number is identifying towel. And talent is for me. Also identifying is that artists is passionate about with your door. Because inside a pastor of you have a work ethic say coexist you don't have the. Than you work ethics will be week. So I I WANNA understand a work ethics then I. TO STAND OFF artistry. It's about a manager I have to know everybody's job. I had to know what the road manager does have to know what the head of marketing does. I have to know what? He I have to know ever one stuck in I have to put that team together and manage that team on a daily basis and I have to understand. So it's knowledge fits most managers are knowledgeable of the industry. Just some buddies you know they take timely gain now which I in in all of this list is now the part is building relationships. People did a lot of things. Jesse shall a lot of things for being asset because they like. We're an industry of I don't like you. I'll do it, but I'll count assorted. Does the manager have A role in terms of taste in terms of direction in terms of, Hey, you know you're you're we wanna stoke the urban audience more or we want to do this or we let's go into a movie so we can make you big leg. So bigger sorts of taste things cultural things like is that a big part of it? s up she was part of it is planning strategic planning knowing. and. Knowing three years out on five years old a strategic planning is absolutely key element. An agenda manager has to get a buy in from the artists I. Buy In from the T. At team is record label. Even touring you know most managers don't understand or. How that really works. Interest Kasese up. Touring. A Real Bee's this is the way artists make. Their money. So we go managing an understand touring, and you don't really make money from selling records, but you might manning from touring then that's. Is a disaster Areso. Inflammation folklore realize the knowledge base is required to. Manage, new no finance will. be able to read a Pia nail and understand that you've gotta understand legal. You gotTa work with attorney you interface Lupus the entertainment attorney. Place Book. Interface with a lot of. A lot of a lot of recording artists have talked to be about. They don't really know how much they've made like money is recording ours off. The album almost becomes like the company pays you. But the company gives their money to somebody else and then somebody else says, this is how much you made. I've had artis. Tell me the label owes me somewhere between five and ten million dollars which that's a gigantic range and the label will not let you even as powerful manager look at the book. So you don't really know exactly how many records is beyond sold you don't know. How do you deal with that? That's not true. That's not true at all that the Labor whitten let me look at the book books. Every if you're doing it the correct way, every artist should have a businessman. In that business manager's job is to know. That information west being sold where all reverend who was coming from a can ability all all of those things. In debt responsibility choirs. Audit occasionally, with a business manager will audit the record label, gather all of that. But again, you have to be now manager to the no additives this what a business manager that's get my point. We'll talk there's nothing you can talk to me about that. I won't be able to be honest I work better to be extremely knowledge Let let me just tell store bill we we know right billboard it's still the Bible of these. No Most Folks Solo Decade aid of two, thousand, two, thousand, nine, billboard. 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"andre hurrell" Discussed on No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo
"Concepts for the time to it. All of that was happening. So when we talk about little Richard being ahead of this. It's an every capacity in on the social aspects from Joe Aspects from all of act. Yeah yeah wanted to pay homage to him. I know what happened last week? Obviously days what same day earlier in the day. We also on the news on Andrei Today I know you smoke on. I don't line a lot. But Yeah Man Andrea Harav man. Andrei someone that I've met a good handful times He is definitely someone that I considered a mentor. In a lot of people that I that I've came up with in the music industry consider him to considered him to be a mentor The last time I saw Andre over the Psalm last last year at this house or I don't remember me before revolt music conference but one of those either either one of those times and that was the last time I saw him it just to know like so many people close to him Thought the same way about him the way I felt about him like he's insulin. So many people Just a ball of light and a reminder that no matter how annoying frustrating the business can be like. There's no one that has dealt with more frustration than Especially in the urban spaces because he has changed the face of urban music so many times I can only imagine how many conversations he's been in where he's had to like basically you know. Stop himself from beating somebody up because he sees the future and see the opportunity for artists to kind of change. The space and here. We are decades later. He seen from new from New Jack. Swing to hip hop soul to hip hop to modern arm. Beats a whisper like he's had a hand in all of it right So I mean we wouldn't have diddy with without Andre Hurrell was the individual that convinced diddy to convince fire daddy from uptown records Which was did he first introduction to music business he fired him from uptown records in basically look go. Do Your own thing. You can even take take as Biggie and go. Go RUN WITH YOU. Know BIG IN START TESTING. You believe in some much club. Call whatever you want. And that's how bad born We wouldn't have Mary J. Blige With uptown records. We wouldn't have have heavy in the boys without uptown records. We wouldn't have wouldn't have just so many so many influential acts man like so. I mean revolt. Ditto when revolt was being put together I remember so many friends in the media and journalism. Space that were so excited that there was going to be you know a black publication that was essentially run by the likes of Andre Heraldic duty and I've worked with revolt a handful of times on a bunch of projects. Then anytime I've been able to sit down with Andre and just hear him speak and just hear how he empowered young black creatives it just inspiring man like one can only hope to have as much influence and respect as someone by Kemp on people be missed and there's only so much I can say without getting choked up about going to be soft young man. I'm just I'm grateful that That I was able to know him and learn from him and hope so recipes. Evs Did you know him. I never met him I never met him. I've done some things of revolt in the past I've never met him. I'm surprised that another man I know. Many people are worse within and I'll say the most interesting about on Jello never heard a bad story about an in this industry. That is so rare. I've never had anybody anything about very very true. Is it just new bad news laws so much? So that's one thing I have because I'm not even and I heard so much about a lot of though. Jeez in the game and people that created the things we love but not when you know nothing negative by Andrei at all Obviously today you know Bessie worked for revolt. So she posted about it as well but Nothing negative whatsoever so a lot of people opportunity no matter the approximately to him or anyone knows the success level. What I know is that he gave a lot of people opportunities a lot of my peers. I know when they were coming up. What the common thread. That I'm hearing is that he just listened to people and he gave a chance and he always interested in in kind of learning from that newness morning from people who are new and I think that that been instruments in excess from day one because he gave me a chance and to even have that vision to file just so that he would go onto his own thing is the best example of being a good leader Because I don't think a lot of people in that position when would make that move because you have to kind of believe in the people that are under to do that? You have faith in them. You have to want to see them win on. They said you know unfortunately not many leader than employees. I like that right and on fire. And you're basically saying you're not making any money from him. Which is you know very rare for you to believe in somebody and say Okay. Go MAKE HIM GO. Do It on your own. You know and I'm not worried about making money from you because you don't is independence of you know my brand and my influence so twenty feet. How great point as an exact he literally was like look man like has to show you some tough laws and if you're GONNA learn anything from working with the final tests. Is You know like a bird being set out of the and figuring a fly on your own and sometimes that that those are the tough love like. We don't really see a lot of that happening. initiation. I think that there's a reason. Why this Su only many ditties and you know what I'm saying this. There's only so many hours like there's people that have had a different way of how they entered the game but I think a lot of people initiation Are Really. I mean not to say that they're not hungry. They're just a different way that this generation goes about getting what they want now a lot more people their own Versus working for it. And did he just comes from a different clearly different. You know he's come from different cloth. Not This is not to say that. He's perfect but to have yet to see someone like Andre. Herrero being your you know your your guiding star is definitely not a bad way to get your foot in the door so I don't think the onus should be on the center Asian the young people trying to get in I.
"andre hurrell" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"I love you out there. I want to thank all of you for supporting a bowl of sauce. Spread the word because we play classic soul give you a little history of R&B Classic Soul New Soul Hip Hop Classic Bob Smooth Jazz some blues some funk you name it house music you name it. It's a bowl of soul. I want you to have a great fabulous weekend and definitely we celebrate the greats who have passed away this past weekend. We CELEBRATE THE LEGENDARY ARCHITECT. The father of rock and Roll Little Richard. We celebrate extraordinaire soul fool businesswoman person who merge classic soul when new. R&b Miss Betty right and we celebrate the legendary mogul maker. Mogul himself the creator of uptown records and the merging of RB and HIP hop Mr Andre. Hurrell you guys. Y'All have a blessed weekend we're going to get through this corona virus we all making but most of all keep your head up and when you're feeling a little down put on some soul a bowl of soul have a great weekend and you're listening to a bowl of so you're listening to Abo-..
"andre hurrell" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Parks. How you feel about that. Interesting! That would probably be a decent move. Though, also show I'm saying considering you viewers and everything that's happening, so many people have been wanting to be Adria combat because one of the things that she had an issue with candy. As soon as Katie had a real issue. It's GonNa. Make when meany your real issue can't is with. The moment. They said that she was his right. I'm going to quit the show nowhere. Global Your Laptop, Let. Just say yeah, so if I say they do need to make a move. Though honestly I need I. think needs to be a really big shape I'm here. Not It needs to be a big shake to people needs to go. To people. Now I don't think both yeah you. Tell I ever. Say. To. Your! First of all I have never. Leave Joe. Always say should be on. Show. I like her I'm not. Versatile these crazy crazy person. I had no, they had no sense perfect. She'll do things bad things that nobody else would do affect. She needs to be here, okay. How? 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Do cocktail conversation with me salary. I WANNA. Come in quarantine over. I, I need to look. You come over here, Quarantine would-be. You're GONNA love it. See how beautiful. It is here is does look. Nice sway going on. And if you don't if you don't sodas, record. Okay okay. Watch. Watching you. Thank you. Thank you, thank you gonNA. Introduce a record. You my first sigauke. Not. Giving your twitter Nina. 'cause I want everybody to I. Want them to ask you about what they think about the wreck, so you can see what people think about it in real time. Nina leaks Dan. Form. Okay well, thank you for joining us. It don't matter it. Don't matter if I. Don't like the song. I like unique man I like you, too, but you must like the. Great with me. We don't get this. Is The breakfast club good morning. This, this thing. This. Is the rumor report with Angela. On the breakfast club. Yes Oh did he posted a toasted? He made to Andre Hurrell city gave earlier in the year after winning the industry icon award at a Pre grammys gala and one person that he definitely highlighted was on Jay Hurrell. Here is part of that speech I want to. Take the time to Audrey. For being a big brother. For believe in me. I'm only standing up here. Because you gave me to change as a black man, you took me under nature way. He was patient with me. You taught me and you talk to me. He taught me about the game. You believed in me even today you still teach me and I call you my big brother, but tonight. I gotTa tell you the truth. That I told you my father died when I was two and a half. My father for the last thirty years. And the caption did he wrote I? Honestly still can't believe it I've got to give myself the reality of this in doses because I can't even handle this. I hope to God that you were all blessed to have someone in your life. That loves you and believes in you like this man believed in me. I'm going to miss him so much I can't even imagine life without dray God. Bless Johnny on your McKnight and the rest of the family so. Bombs for duty man the beauty of that is did he gave it gave him a tribute when Andrea was alive here and that's why it's important to tell you brothers and sisters you love them. Value them and appreciate them and don't be afraid to celebrate. People don't worry about people who say Oh, you kissing, they ask you deride no celebrate you folks at all times he s and did. He's always been very vocal about what day Hurrell has done for him in. In his career continued till we're together, so we know what that is all right now, Takashi six nine. His address has leaked again, so he's going to have to allegedly move yet again all right, so we told you about this before he was at first in long, island, and a fan spotted him from her window on his balcony, taking pictures, so we had to leave and.
"andre hurrell" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"Little. What else did y'all go ahead. Sorry about that. We have a little Richard break. tonight on television. There's a lot of really cool things always on television, but I gotta say I finished watching Hollywood. I. Know You loved it Elvis over the weekend on Netflix and it really is fantastic Some people say oh. There's a lot of sex in the first couple of episodes I gotTA. Get past sex once you get past that the storyline is so great. It really is amazing. You Fall in love with the characters and I wanted more at the end. I was like it's over. I want some more so I think you. You'll love it, so check that out if you get a chance and that's my Daniel. We'll thank you Daniel. Under hurrell passed away this weekend as well Gosh, he founded uptown records and. Diddy, P. Diddy, puff, Daddy, all of them they they have a big big mountain of appreciation, for Andre so under neal was a huge huge huge under Hurrell. Actually, his real name was Andrea Neil Hurrell so Andre. Harare was a big big big force in our business and a lot of music. You here today is here because of him so and we mourn the loss of Andre Hurrell. Let's take a break. We'll be back right after this. Is John. What's up chain smokers? Alvis durant. Elvis Show. Hey I don't know if you caught it, but while Garrett was doing the sound earlier, he did say. that he found a DJ who curbside. And they had a dance party for the mother's Day in the front yard in the neighbors came out and danced in their yards and driveways. And so you know everyone was distanced and everyone was dancing so cool. I'm telling you look out for the needs. The stuff that people need out that they can't get because of restrictions and isn't that. What can you do to help? Fix those problems and there's your business. There's your silence. I'M GONNA drive up and down the street and play some. Music. Anyway I thought that was so cool. Hey, do let's see Danielle Gandhi froggy. Do! Any of you are interview in a relationship with a total clean freak or you? Know I am the not clean freak in a relationship with somebody who spent years and years in the military who cleans up as soon as I. Put something down just pick up I. said to him. Hey, leave this glass loans that I don't have to do twenty seven different glasses in the dishwasher. I just WANNA use this one. It cannot happen as soon as I put it down. It's put away. I'm like. Right. If. You don't to counter when you're done doing anything. It is like I mean you? You might as well just like murdered seven puppies. I mean it's like yesterday. Counter look to get down and look across the counter. You can see your. Katie liked to I'm like Oh my God I'm GonNa wipe them up when I get and I i. want it done right now. It's ridiculous. Yeah! I'm glad that lease isn't here to see my counter right now because it's not the cleanest. But I mean I do try to cleans much. I can't sometimes I. I let it go, but dating a clean freak. A lot of people are with clean freaks and in isolation, or whatever quarantined with clean freaks and. But there's more than just keep him the counters in the kitchen clean. It's you clean. I need for you to shower every day. In the cleanflicks or saying you can't wear the same stuff. Two days in a row can't do it. Oh, get Outta here. Of course he can right. Yeah! I mean for instance unless they're working out hardcore. You're closer fine. Leave our home and come home. You must strip down right when you walk in the door and through your clothes in the washing machine 'cause they're loaded with David. I'm like. Don't. Right. So. So I guess eating bad is out of the question. Nos snacking no for breakfast and. Object has home. Every object has a place where it should be so. Is there. Is there a thin line between beings manic or crazy about it, and just trying to stay clean and stay alive I don't know I'm just wondering. We'll tell you when this thing I started. I was mopping I was cleaning. You could see your reflection in every every porous as COUNTERTOP NON-POROUS COUNTERTOP now I've given I've given a little. Not Quite clean. That's not too bad. The tough thing over here, too. Is You know with our at home setups? We have a lot of wires. And that's one of the things that triggers him is loose wires just hanging out all over the place, so he'll wander by kind of tie him up all nicely, but then I have to mess it all up again in the morning because I need things to move a certain way, so I'm like all man is poor guy. He's probably going to be driven nuts by me I. Will tell you that. I never wear shoes in the house. Shoes are not allowed. The House I got that from. A producer Sam's checking, and she says I'm clean freaking William and are going to bury one another before the sentence. She's been complaining since the beginning of quarantine. He he'll eat. He'll eat a sandwich in. Put it down whether it's still his saliva on the break. Oh. Yes carry I. Never Trust my girlfriend Robin in my kitchen because she's a hot mess, she doesn't get the cross contamination thing she'll like drop stuff into the into the thing you know like into the stove area. What are you doing and then when it comes to clean the dishes? Oh my God, she'll just dirty dishes right into the dishwasher. I'm like no, no, no, no, you must read seditious off Collie how? This washer down with you on that. Way, they say they say that. You're actually using more water by doing that and your dishwasher is supposed to do the scrubbing. That's what. I've read that, too. Yup, we have that exact same debate. Do you wash it off before you put it in after you put it in? And the point was these new fancy dishwashers. Why do the work twice? They're supposed. To wash the dishes to wash the dishes. In my house. Say, but then when I take a spoon out of the drawer, he says look, it has good bonnet and I. Go put came out of the dishwasher. He's like well. You need to wash it off before you put it in the dishwasher. Because obviously it's not working. I'm like halfway between Goop it a little bit. Didn't I'm good? Anyway like it was Whoopie Goldberg said somewhere. She said her thoughts on marriage I. Don't want somebody in my house. They're you know? Doing things. Your own way of doing things in in your cool hey. We gotta take a break. We have a lot to get to our bonus hour on Z one hundred coming up at ten o'clock east coast time, so if you want to hear that we haven't figured out what song we're going, start it with. You want to help us. Choose help us do that. You can text us at fifty five one hundred also. There's a huge thing going on in New York tonight at seven o'clock Wow, I don't even know where to begin about rise up New York. Helping out well, helping Robin Hood and everyone living in our city who? Needs a lot of help, especially with poverty, and and eating and nutrition, and it's a big night for us. You know what in you don't have to be a New Yorker to really enjoy this. I want to tell you a little about it. Coming up in a few minutes, let's take a break. We'll be back after this. Nate here and if you're tired of tossing and turning at night tries equal pure Z's liquid melatonin. Same taste.
"andre hurrell" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"A pickup truck while jogging, only three blocks from his home and shot at. At least twice local groups in about twenty five cities raise money to take part in this weekend's Black Mama Bailout project that project aimed at getting black female detainees bailed out for Mother's Day community activists say that the number of incarcerated black women has been on the rise since the institution of new bail requirements, the Black Mamas Bailout Pride Project has paid for the release of more than four hundred women by the way since two thousand seventeen, and finally there was a heap of bad music industry related news this weekend I hit making mogul. Andre Hurrell who died of heart failure. At Age fifty nine Hurrell and his uptown records, a key to the careers of Sean, Combs Mary J. Blige Heavy d and the boys and Jodi among many many others. That's right the clean up woman Grammy Award winning singer and composer Betty. Right also died at age sixty six, and finally we lost Richard Wayne Penman better as the architect rock and roll little Richard. Grammy Award. Winner was eighty seven years old his family. He suffered from bone cancer for Awhile Little Richard One of the first ten inductees in the rock and Roll Hall of fame. Now back the Steve Harvey Morning Show you're listening to David Harvey Morning Show. The president's personal ballet. The vice president's press secretary have both tested positive for covid nineteen and now Dr Foul She, and the head of the CDC and the head of the FDA are all in self quarantine due to possible exposure, you think. Nobody wearing a man and they're not social distance. Yeah, but the White House got it trust. Their excuse excuses always that they get tested every day. They get tested every day. If, they got it all going to really tell us come on. In light of all of that J Anthony Brown is here with his segment. You make me sick. You make me see now. Writes poems uplifted beautiful I. Don't I never I. Don't WanNa do that I'm not. Not I'm not going to that audience. This title. You make me sink. Look ugly face. Oh, man, you make me sick. He's speaking on the TV. I'm saying this is got to be intrigued. Words like throw bomb vomit, just the name with you. Just dimension of your name. Makes me feel that I have the. Corona vices, making people sick, but you make people sick to tell people to drink last saw and breach. What the Hell is wrong with you? You Jess Jeff. Tanit tiny hands. Digestion back with my Middle Finger 'cause. You cannot stand Dan you make me sing. That's it. I'm done man I'm. You drop the MIC. Lifting poet. Angry. There's a difference between. When I see you just you Joe, Italian. I WANNA. Just bet with my middle finger. I cannot stand damn. COONS. We'll have another poet on this show you know do. He's just impromptu. ooh! Yeah. Hard in the paint. Up to the Mike Mr Harvey. You know that time. This! We're to leave situations alone. But something draws me in. South says go ahead on. Tried all these things. And Act like they right? But. Nothing keeps me up. Nine not enough my mouth late at night. Steve Best who I am. I Okay I'll give a damn. I was who I was and I am who I am. I'M BLACK ST. Back. Every morning show coming up at thirty four minutes after the hour right after this you're listening to. Morning Show. Well guys an additional surveillance video that shows an individual believed to be Ahmad arbitrary. It's Ahmad. Aubrey. His parents confirmed family did confirm it. Yeah, His family confirmed by looking at the tape This this guy are not armory is looking at an empty house under construction before being killed on February twenty third in Georgia, also team roc, nation jet, that's Jay z Alicia, keys, meek mill, civil rights, attorney Benjamin, crump and Lee Merritt, the family's attorney pendant open letter to Georgia elected officials on yesterday they called for justice of four four Ahmad Armory, of course he's an African, American twenty-five. He would have been twenty six over the weekend. He was shot and killed while jogging in Glenn County. Georgia the letter was published in the Atlanta. Journal, the artists and lawyers want the officials to charge the man who filmed the shooting. His name is William, Bryant, they want him charged as an armed accomplice, and they also want the district attorney durden to recuse himself due to a conflict of interest for the Attorney General to appoint special counsel, the shooter and his father. Their names are George and Travis McMichael said they believed armory was a burglary suspect. And are they saying why they shot and killed him? You know Come on I'm just looking for. The outrage. We, here's what I've noticed a pattern and all of these deaths. By these vigilantes or by policemen. It just. Spurs on the IRA of black people. What we need to really stop this problem. Is for some whites to.
"andre hurrell" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"See junior your favorite. Junior. Different. He gave us all the day. All right. I R. I P to all of them, please. We're going to switch gears. Again. Is What he's saying. L.! Joe. All, right Steve Time to get caught up on today's headlines Ladies and gentlemen miss an trip Cam, going to talk about those luminaries that we lost also, but also now comedian Jerry Stiller. There's word that he has also passed actor Ben Stiller's dead, and of course Jerry still a very very famous comedian all right? This is Andrew. I was president. Trump's military Vallejo and Friday it was reported the vice president pence his press secretary Katie. Miller also tested positive for the coronavirus and Katie, Miller by the way, is married to senior presidential adviser Stephen Miller. That's the architect of trump's hardline immigration. Immigration Agenda so now. Three members of the white houses corona task. Wars are in self quarantine. Dr Anthony. FAUCI, the CDC's Robert Redfield and FDA Commissioner Steven Hahn because they all came in contact with the infected individuals, nevertheless, president trump does not seem to file the white houses on guidelines for social distancing. He doesn't wear a mask and top of that trump says that the uptick of nationwide corona virus testing is making Americans unnecessarily fearful. The really likes assume we have the most cases, but we do by far the most testing. If we did very little testing, we wouldn't have the most. Most cases soon away doing all of this testing, we make ourselves look that trump seems to be more focused right now on reopening the economy right now there are one million, three, hundred, twenty, seven, thousand, seven hundred twenty cases of the virus nationwide with seventy, nine, thousand, four, hundred ninety five deaths the Georgia state attorney, General, pledging to investigate the handling of the case of two white men for the alleged murder of a young black man in Brunswick on which cell phone video shows being chased by those men in a pickup truck while jogging, only three blocks from his home and shot at. At least twice local groups in about twenty five cities raise money to take part in this weekend's Black Mama Bailout project that project aimed at getting black female detainees bailed out for Mother's Day community activists say that the number of incarcerated black women has been on the rise since the institution of new bail requirements, the Black Mamas Bailout Pride Project has paid for the release of more than four hundred women by the way since two thousand seventeen, and finally there was a heap of bad music industry related news this weekend I hit making mogul. Andre Hurrell who died of heart failure. At Age fifty nine Hurrell and his uptown records, a key to the careers of Sean, Combs Mary J. Blige Heavy d and the boys and Jodi among.
"andre hurrell" Discussed on The Takeaway
"And how actually eager people be be outside among other people. I think that too has yet to be seen You know if tomorrow something happened. Where magically virus entirely gone and people could go outside and Gavin large groups again. I still think there'd be a lot of tentativeness about about that. I still think people might not go to go to music. Festivals as eagerly if there were one next week and so I think that these lays set folks have adapted at bought a lot of pleasure to people and I'm interested in seeing how they could continue to adapt as as restrictions loosened and things like that avid a neef. Abdur Akib is a poet essayist and cultural critic and the author of several books including go ahead in the rain notes to a tribe called quest and thank you for being here. Thank you so much. Enjoy the rest of your day. And you've been telling us what these artists meant to you at eight seven seven eight mile. Take high calling for my garden no grin. It was nineteen seventy the Olympic auditorium in Los Angeles went to see Jerry Lewis with a bunch of other people Albert King but no country on fish were supposed to play but they never got to be on stage because when little Richard was onstage. He invited everybody up to come on the stage and dance and sing and there were people on top of the piano and we were screaming and yelling and dance and and all of a sudden the stage K in all you could hear little. Richard cussing from underneath the stage and concert. Had To stop there because there was no stage. My Mom gave me the best gift I get. She told me the story of when we were in Hollywood boulevard. I was about five little. Richard came down limousine. And you'd have the and he was yelling and singing and just being monitored and for some reason he stopped in front of my family. Got Out pick me up. Did a little dance gets my little inconsistent. Shook my parents hand so you got a beautiful family. Got Back in his car in Joel Book. We lost to legend all yesterday. And thank you restrict recipes. They don't research was pioneer and a hero complicated as all heroes on profane and spiritual talented and yet they hope to keep his memory alive by listening to his music teaching my daughter about him. L. Helping inspired by and not be paid this Eka. I'm calling in Palm Desert Highs. It's Kathy calling from Portland Oregon Little Richard. She will live on forever through his news vic. Hi this is John. I'm calling from Vashon Island in Washington state. I thought he was the most dynamic performers that I had ever seen. Still think he was a marvelous person Have kind of the same opinion that I had Ali who was very outspoken and and straightforward and express themselves. Well Richard did that to hi. I'm Karen Kelly from San Jose California. I'm sixty four years old and I remember being amazed at health world accepted. Little Richard even though they might not have accepted others like him at the time meaning is makeup and hair and dress et cetera. Music can break down so many barriers. I calling from Miami As an African American artist the passing of Little Richard and Andre Hurrell. And now betty right. Who is from Florida? Miami also is really. It's severely impactful. I disowned myself. Trying about it today partly because of the loss of elders and people who have gotten to to meet or who've been packed in my life so much so my father told me about the history of little Richard and and how he was the architect of rock and roll and how and he came out. Dressing is way speaking this way behaving this way. It was something people. Were not accustomed to seeing outside very small sex of our community and so he was a real true laser. Andre Herrero Teen Years Thoughtful Person Writer artist heave brought all of his music into my life. That has been some of the most impactful and profoundly wonderful thing as it relates to shaping who? I am as an artist Philip person now I know. I can't be the only nineties kid who remembers little. Richard giving in unsurprisingly electrifying performance in recording the theme song for the Magic School bus. His Voice. Tuck us on that wild ride rafting down a river of lava getting baked into a pie. And Hey our phone lines are always open. You can give us a call anytime at eight. Seven seven eight nine eight somewhere.
"andre hurrell" Discussed on Slow Burn
"He told Park that pox in they told me the stormy and I was like. Damn redid the vibe interview so I guess I think pockets of smart do seeing what I know from him. I met him a few times in the hood and where he portrayed in public so I figured he had to run with that. No I figure he had to run with the story. Plus stormy plays a good part for him. You understand your eventually up story. Plays a part in Israel. He plays a role in that it was theater. He was a Thespian people. Forget I don't think I don't. I don't think he really wanted to get to two point. What's Revenue Toilet? You've been very outspoken. About what happened to hip hop off post big and the changes in the music industry. Can you explain to people who you think happened in the music after well? I think what happened? Was You know I introduced? Shook night to call her in Africa. Kambanda and we met at Sylvia's we had met the day before when they were hit the grammy's thinking ninety three. I went upstairs. Forty third floor. I had no idea who should night was at the time. Jamie Brown of Sisters System Magazine. She saw a subtle. The beef between wrecks and affects tribe called quest and she said Minnesota. I want you to meet which now keep in mind. This is not this day of enlightenment when a guy named should in the record industry I wasn't the least bit worried about being tough or anything so I went to see him with one man and I got off the elevator and it was about fifty. Bloods musclebound bunch. Greet neck bone all of these. That you've heard about and they take me to the room and marriage a blige's there. Casey MC rage with talking and and should comes out. He was angry because what I didn't know was the brothers. He had been shaken down. Andre Hurrell and Russell Simmons and we had security was the checkmate so we put the brothers there so he couldn't do what he was doing so anyway make a long story short. We had to stop the meeting that day and I told him. Let's Meet Tomorrow up in Harlem when he came up to Holland the next day he came with MC rage and a baby. I think nick bones baby I had good men. Lonzo nation soldiers. He got out of that care and he knew he was. He was outnumbered that but we went into. Sylvia's introduced Bam and hurt and I said ten. This is what happened to music. I said you know what they create. It was a cultural phenomenon to stop people from killing and they did it for the love and the culture. What you do is the music industry and what I feel happen to. It no longer became a culture of young people based in the community and it became the music industry and the music industry like. Capitalism is perverse. It has no value judgment. It just wants to make money. I remember one of the executives that I was trying to get to help young people in Harlem back then I said you know you all should be concerned about these young people young people. She said the only thing we concerned about. Young people is getting that twenty dollars out of their pocket. So that's what happened to the music. That's what happened. Hip Hop East Coast West Coast. The violence didn't help the media to the media. Play the pump it up. Yeah but when you lose two of the greatest stars so that was responsibility to community should have taken. I guess the music injury said they could never go there again but where it went. It became antithetical to the industry and really helped to destroy a lot of of the possibility. The hope the unity think about all the groups in those days that had uplifting messages and think about what groups are talking about today. I mean we don't even talk about dateable planets willing to talk about the brand new. He's all these groups that were there. That's what happened in my view. Have ANYTHING TO ADD TO THAT JUSTICE. It pretty much. I'll just knowledge. You wanted to say I just say we have to look back and realize like we'll we got you know we have to maintain this love and respect for each other because once that's going they don't give a fuck about us. No one does in this country and this culture we have is so special to all of us so we need we need to treasury. I think that's a fitting stopping point. I kept Al of I could talk of but I can't what we had to do this again at some point. Really really appreciate you gentlemen. Thank you so much for coming down here tonight. Around of applause. Mostly marriage massive massive. Thanks to everybody who came out to our live shows. Slow-burn is a production of slate plus slates membership program. Our sleep plus members get an entire bonus episode of the show every week with all kinds of extra material exclusive interviews roundtables. More the crazy stuff. We found while researching the show joining slate. Plus is also a great way to support this show and our other podcast. 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Thanks goes out to our technical director marriage. Ak- into our mix engineer Paul Mounsey and thank you for listening.
"andre hurrell" Discussed on Business Wars
"Have the Bank account to maj. That's why he's glad to be meeting here with a man he trusts to look out for his interests giant with a soft voice who goes by sugar. Like Dray Marian should night grew up in Compton. Unlike trae, he grew up in a stable home with his mother and father. Shook section of the neighborhood is controlled by the blood, but he's not a gang member. He's a star football player. He goes on to play in college and even plays two games in the NFL for the LA Rams, but that doesn't work out. So should becomes a bodyguard for the singer, Bobby Brown, all that both can be deceiving should got a great mind for business. And he quickly learns enough to move from being the hired muscle to a music talent manager. Well, maybe a combination of muscle and manager. Dre once out of easy company. That's where should comes in. I need you to get me out of this contract by any means necessary. I'll take care of it. What happens next will forever? Be part of hip hop lore. Though. The facts are a bit sketchy shook denies any wrongdoing. But the most common version goes that should takes easy to a room in the civil records Ville two or three guys as big as should stand over easy. Who's only five three. The big guys are holding baseball bats and claim. They have easy's business partner tied up in a van with a gun to his head. That's enough for easy. They don't have to use the bats. He signs a way the right to work with his friend day. Though signatures would never hold up in court. But it's clear to all parties that Dray is going to do what he wants dre and should decide to start their own label. They'll call it death row. It's nineteen eighty eight. Sean puffy combs is hiding out in the bathroom an Amtrak train on his way from Washington DC to New York City. He's hiding out because as usual he hasn't bought a ticket. He can't afford one puppy is eighteen and a business major at Howard University. Historically, black college in Washington DC when puppies not in class. He's the kid throwing the wildest parties Howard has ever seen the parties aren't for fun puffy considers packing outta venue essential training for his future in the music business. He's already got it all planned out. He's going to own his own label and be the kingmaker who elevates all of black music to heights. It's never seen before. But he's a long way from that now. And he knows it. They get have you taken out, please. He'll wait it out in this bathroom as long as he has to anything to fulfill his dream. Puppies on his way to New York for his first step on the way to becoming music royalty a two day a week internship at a record label in New York when poppy arrives at his internship in Manhattan. He has to do the usual intern things delivering mail washing and waxing his boss's car. But this isn't just any record label. This is uptown records, one of the most important labels in hip, hop in our indeed and his boss is Andre Hurrell. The legendary music executive who helped lead Motown records as well. As def jam. The pioneering hip hop label. Hurrell says he wants uptown to have that Harlem, kind of cruel hustler cachet to it and puffy knows he fits that description perfectly. Even as an inter he's already got the Harlem swagger that will take him to the top of the music. Industry. He gets it from his father, even though he barely knew the man. The elder combs was true. Hustler in the Harlin tradition, but paid a heavy price for his criminal connections. He's shot dead near central park before his son. Turns three puffy is raised by mother who in middle school moves in from Harlem to the middle class, New, York suburbs. His white neighbors. Don't invite him over to play in their backyard pools..
"andre hurrell" Discussed on Drink Champs
"Credits eddie murphy you see how much involvement and even robert townsend all of them they will click man and they all hear something funny create their content by yourself so what happens is you're you're with people that are like minded you know what i'm saying like good for with richard pryor confronts january tommy davidson you know what i'm saying we all all crazy this man i may be around all of them and just eating it's nothing serious everything's a joke and this you'll you'll have a friend a friend county blocher set watch them to a lot of times they'll give me what's called the note like hey man you know they're joking about such and such at the end why don't you say backing up and you know to make it pop a little bit more and we've all been of the mindset like ara the care if it's funny i'll use it if it's gonna make apps my point in regards to going back to writing lyrics back then if it's what is going to take to get the people to get up and dance that kind of line use it that way you just said nail that use a line that wasn't this was my goes riding harvey idea for jackie bishop to run more but monthly was designing thing was down for longer janice j if he immu so audio and and you fly like the i like the i like it's so funny because i remember having a meeting with andre hurrell and i was like yellow create beats and that beat beat beat represents four play that was the name of my joint bombers play four plan i had the cloven during for because when dad got caught up with the whole mitch green and tyson situation that was torturous pass to me all that good stuff like this right now but anyway the interesting thing was about to lose my train of afford was the fact that all you're going to.
"andre hurrell" Discussed on News Talk 1490
"And you know i had to be one of the greatest thing is in the world man but here's the funny part real quick when i took to the renter put it out rhythm i was writing in there with the president this ain't gonna happen but we only just put it out for a quiet storm you'll midnight format they got so many calls after the first week they were forced to release it but they almost never hit airwaves now record companies right gigi without i don't know that big did you get did you get your money from big am an mp okay 'cause i gotta guess a great question i gotta give credit to to did i was having a meeting with andre hurrell we want to do a new york undercover probably wants to talk to you so he can't so puff came in and said hey man we have you said big small so he brought him in we have sweetheart man and we sat down to work out an hour and a half i said you get a dollar so everybody who sampled it because you know tom back then a lot of people don't know a lot of brothers and sisters getting paid right that's why ask the question i know brothers fourth district after that that was a terrible period man james brown would so i saw that and because i own my own publishing you gotta sit with me with nobody else when we will take an african names and he asked me what i think my quality and i said i think i could be a messenger and i wasn't even talking about music with words and she said to me so i'd after that name in nineteen sixty six and it means messenger the message messenger yes sir wow that's powerful because it truly is it does fit you and and for you to recognize that even then it's just for the word and not for the music that's speaks to the quality of your of your heart people people have been looking people everywhere ever since thank you that they were doing that way before format he's just the messenger oh man i.
"andre hurrell" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Judge how a trip to the mall at the age of seventeen started a series of events the resulted in her signing a record deal with andre hurrell uptown records in 1989 when she was just eighteen and under the tutelage of up towns in our head puff daddy creating a new genre of music had popsoul how she handled or really struggled to handle the fame and fortune that came with the success of her first album 1992 what's the four one one and how those struggles and the challenges that she had face throughout her life came pouring out in her second album 1994 is my life and cemented a special connection that she has with female fans who admire both her toughness and her vulnerability why two thousand one marked a major turning point in her life personally and professionally from confronting her substanceabuse problems to making her bigscreen acting debut in the indy prison song to scoring her first number one hit with the song from her fifth album no more drama namely family affair which stayed atop the charge for six weeks how marital strife culminating in two thousand sixteen divorce has been the subject of more recent albums including two thousand seventeen strength of a woman and how acting for which she recently relocated to la has proven to be as cathartic an outlet for her emotions as singing plus much more so without further ado let's go to that conversation packed most drives me so much for those really appreciate it until we always begin just to the basics where are you born and raised in where'd you folks do for a living i was born in a poor them hospital in the bronx my mother was a nurse my dad was a a thumping musician but he was gone by the time we were not dead but like you know amman a singleparent mon at a time we will like four years old but he will come back and forth the epa to the point where we would like nine years old a k just uh i guess a fun fat question people might be wondering what is the jas therefore jane yeah get yours at where's that come from actually a second mary j blige my father name he after his mother mary jane putt area so i went back and read a lot of profiles and things of.