21 Burst results for "Anita baker"
"anita baker" Discussed on The Cut
"I have had people many times right me or asked me why not grow my hair out. Or i'd be much prettier. If my hair were longer. I just did a mosh diana ross and you know so many people. Why don't you grow your hair out. Why i cut my hair when i was eighteen. My boyfriend at the time had a crush on the singer. Anita baker and i wanted to get as close to his crush as possible because i think i liked him a lot more than he liked me and it was the best decision i've ever made for man in my life but i got a signature haircut out of it but my my identity is more for me in my hair than my clothing. But it's not whether it's natural or straight it's more the push back. I think that i've received because it is so short in my limited experienced. You're really being on tv. And i say that someone who is very very bad at being on tv. A one time. I i had a media consultant told me that the key to being on tv is to imagine yourself as best clown at the circus and every time i have to go on tv. I think of that but you do not have that presence on tv. So many newscasters. By the way. I do that. And when i want. You told me that. I started seeing the entire news guessing experienced. They're totally different lens. But when i watch. You really don't have that feeling. Is there something you do. tap into. to psych yourself up or to be more authentic on air or just come naturally to you know what i think. It comes naturally to every time. I've tried to be someone or something else. I feel phony even you know there. S someone will write a script with four or five puns. And i'm like. I'm not reading that gathering that and i think it comes from knowing that my i'm shifty so there are a lot of people who know me. That's a lot of years of friends that i've gathered a lot of family members watching and i i think fear ending his show and having my mother or my aunt. Call me and say are you kidding.
Kentucky AG Seeks To Delay Release Of Breonna Taylor Grand Jury Recording
"Kentucky attorney general's office requested a week long delay to process the court ordered release of the grand jury recordings in the Briana Taylor case. They were supposed to be released today. Those grand jury recordings being made available after a juror filed a motion that was granted by a judge to lift the secrecy of the proceedings as a way to dispute the conclusion. Of Attorney General Daniel Cameron and his prosecution of the officers involved in Briana Taylor's death demonstrators and Taylor's family have been calling for the grand jury transcripts to be released for the recordings are a step further. Taylor family attorney ll Anita Baker praising the judge's decision. I think that in the interest of justice that this deserves to be made public on DH, she did the right thing. Derek Dennis
Louisville to pay $12M to Breonna Taylor's family, reform police
"Of Louisville, Kentucky, has agreed to a wrongful death lawsuit settlement rather with the family of Rianna Taylor. It's included a $12 million payment and police reformed. Attorney Lee Anita Baker represents the Taylor family Financial settlement was not negotiable without significant police reform, and that's what we were able to do today. Taylor in the empty worker was killed by police officers acting on a no knock search warrant on March 13th You're listening to ABC
"anita baker" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Studio listen to stuff I've been doing her son is DJ. He goes at the time he was going to Berkeley he's a big fan of mine. So. That helps you know, right Now May. So I would by the studio, she played me the album issues on what you think and I even fix them stuff for a keyboard parts of stuff. She's like you know. This was things on there. She was like if I would've known, you were coming to town I'm GonNa, get a song with the I say don't play. As I song right now. Right now. I mean, but I gotta turn in this album in two days I was like I need. Today's. Look. First of all, I want to the studio. She's making ribs. Let's talk about this for a second NIGGA. Yes. Lack often. Admits. The vocal booth was next to the kitchen. Same Studio same. Angel, in Samson. All same one because he's on every legal and regularly Glenn. That record. That's. Best back then when I did that song. Oh. Three years ago when. I did that yes. So she had. Everything you hungry making some ribs like what? Ribs. You Better Anita Baker offering me ribs in the studio. She's the did angel at a good. So anyway she said that I was like Anita I'm a write something for you right now I really to Pino. As where the guy I wrote some shit like ten. I live and breathe Abakar like giving you the best I got is. One. That's one reason between giving you the Bachelor I got. Caught. Mom. People. Look. A. Racha raptures.
"anita baker" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"An I Heart Radio podcast preview. Hey, you know the world's kind of in a real scary place right now, with horrible stories we hear about every week. I'm Robert Evans. I'm a journalist and I cover the international fascist movement. In 2019 July of that year, I decided to do something a little bit different instead of covering horror. I wanted to go look for hope than I found it in a place you might find kind of unlikely. Northeastern Syria. The region I visited is known as Raja. And when the Western media covers that they mostly just refer to these people as the Kurds Since 2013 a loose alliance of revolutionaries over there have been fighting to not just drive back Isis to establish something of a unit. Topia and egalitarian, feminist, ico conscious community in a place that previously had known mostly war and terror in the women's ward. I'll take you to this place and I'll introduce you to the revolutionaries fighting to build it brave women who battle for equality with an AK 47 with a spade and with a pen. Follow me as I travel to a land of war and hope. A place trapped on the edge of utopia and oblivion. I'm Robert Evans, Listen to the women's War the I Heart radio app forever. You your podcasts free I heart radio app is number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one Here are the top Anita Baker songs that you thumbed number three same old love 365 days a year. Because.
Building Our Legacy with Shaunte Mears-Watkins and Cassandra Lewis
"Welcome to this episode of the Black Girl podcast. My name is Jamie and I'm your host. I'm so excited for you guys to listen to this episode. Especially for those of you that are entrepreneurs, those of you that are looking to start your own business, or maybe you just want to glean some information about learning how to build your own business This is the podcast to listen to. And sometimes we talk about nerdy and Geeky things. Then you talk about all things entertainment. But this is something. This is the one episode you want to listen to and make sure you're taking notes, so have your pen and your notepad ready because we've got a lot. Of really interesting details to share with you regarding a great program that has come forth with essence and Pine Sol coming together like Ron and this great initiative for black female entrepreneurs I'm really excited to be speaking with Shanti Millions Watkins and Cassandra. Lewis! Who are here to talk about this initiative on that they have put together to help black female entrepreneurs and to help fund their businesses, so thank you so much for coming on the podcast. Here. All right shanty, and Cassandra! Can you tell us a little bit about your background and how you came to work at the Pine Sol Company? So I'll get started. My name is Dante and I grew up in south Los Angeles. And what the only child of a single mothers and educator in Los Angeles. And I like to say the my story took me around the world and back I think the theme for me. Was that I developed a lawyer a love of learning Early on and also a love for pursuing what's novel in new so I'd have this sort of drive to try new things, so you know from Los. Angeles I ended up going to Stanford and going to harbor to try to. Drive my education to get to learn everything that anyone would teach me. And and ultimately found myself in corporate America. And I've. In Corporate America also sat sought out like really creative roles have done international assignments and feel really proud actually to work at an organization where we have brands like pine Sol, which are allowing to give back right to my my community so I'm really proud of the of how my journey's have led me to take all that education and apply it in a place. Where we're able to give back to the black, Yeah, I'll jump in, so I'm Cassandra. Lewis and like Sean Taylor I am from south, Los Angeles and raised. In, I grew up in what I call a pine Sol household. So, what exactly does that mean? It means on Saturday mornings at wake up. There'd be Anita Baker Luther Vandross on the speakers in my mom would be in the kitchen or the living room with the bucket of Pine Sol in rags for my sister night to get to cleaning so pine solves always been. A key part of my life, my foundation and brings back so many so many wonderful memories of that time with my mom and my sister. I grew up and became a marketer. And What Do Marketing Folks Love? They love brands and when the opportunity to work on Pines. One of my favorite brands presented itself. It was a little bit of a dream. Come true, so they always say like. If you find something that you like to do, then it's it's not work. So this is something that I really. Love to do I love to to work on this business. This brand and I love that it has a really. Close Tie in to to the African American community. Because I you know I really get to give back to my to my community in that way. I'm glad that you mentioned that. It has a TA close tie into the African. American community because black women in particularly or one of the fastest growing segments of entrepreneurs but yet they still struggle to get access to capital. What what can be done to help this group? Get the resources that they need to create and grow sustainable businesses. Speaking from from my experience as a a woman business I really can't stress the importance of mentor ship. In my personal life, professional life Shontae, who I'm on the the call with the podcast with has actually been my mentor at various points throughout my career and I run lots of things by her from how to present ideas that they get bought in the organization, and to who I should meet and get to know what types of projects I should be trying to work on when you think about entrepreneurship I, think the importance of mentorship. mentorship is is still very much. There a lot of waters that you're going to navigate that. You've not navigated before from trying to pitch your idea to investors to get that capital to working on a business plan to thinking about your inventory. When you're starting up so I say find someone who's who's done it before. Who can help show you? The ropes and really built build a relationship there to help you navigate those waters.
"anita baker" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis
"Emma unfortunately willing to offer you exactly one opening of my grandma screen door you gotta you gotTa be you gotta be interesting. You gotta be inner. You're out but you get to choose. I'll take it there are other offers. this one sounds pretty good but okay what else I think it's incredible my obviously And and Oh gosh. That's very good. Offer I I'll give you this. I'll give you this. She'll give for the sweet opportunity to see a bunch of people wearing mirrors on their hats thereby creating an endless cycle of white people with that specific under the iber because the mirror and boy is it a joy I will offer. Are you the radio station. One of seven point nine. Yes right right. Wow but not Saturday nights. You can have Thursdays tuna four. PM Yeah you'll get an Anita Baker Song not the one you want still so much content. That context context two hours Ronald. What do you think all right before I make an offer? I just want to like say a person with the Mirror as walking into traffic traffic and I'm driving I hit them. Is there a way I can get money from insurance. I'll work that in. Okay yeah figure it out if you can get a legal. Yeah I'm in. I need twenty percent have ten dollars now so I can use that on all right all right so if they re around you then it's their fault absolutely right. I'm in for just the the liability insurance perfect. Wow there'll replanning I like this product a lot. I think it's got legs. I'm willing to offer you the burnt chicken. My uncle dropped dropped in Gress. Usually we give it to the dog. Oh it's a hot item. Yeah.
"anita baker" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Go. Do we know? Going. Oh, goodness. But no like we all get a different message. And I feel like when people press play on fortune cookie like they are going to get a different message, depending on what he and light. They're going to take something away from it though. So I was just like fortune cookie. You got a boyfriend what do you mean, she got somebody should be talking about Instagram? Oh, I'm gonna watching your last few video. You'll be saying something like the boo got I can't eat too much boot on like when I get down get gain weight. You don't get me. That's not meet as Chacha. Okay. Okay. Okay. So a single cha-cha got multiple men think Chow pretty locked then though. But she she locked there with a with would it be do, I'm confused, but breezy. Mayor right. You single just music. I and bring the heat the nobody. Our that pressure. Now, you have a sound card. Anita baker. Yeah. Yeah. Talked hank. You. Give it away. But. Like. Right. Okay. It was crazy. I recorded are recorded Anita Baker in Miami. And then we went out to LA for the BT awards. And then they honored Anita Baker. And in like, we always in a row, we just looked at each other lay. Yeah. Yeah. But Anita Baker just Mijas just talking to Utah. And I love Nita Baker. What about scammers? Definitely flu shot the gunner. He's not really don't do. I know a lot of scams. Let me say I give money, but the scam was shot, you know, everybody I hear hustling people were doing corporately support black owned businesses before black owned businesses. At your whole life. Those. Came into..
"anita baker" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"What's the benefits of being of being q? Can you can you walk like, did you get a lot of free food at a restaurant? Nah. Nah. I don't. I don't want free food. You know what I'm saying? Oh. May I ask what, you know, people, you know, pay for, you know, they'll they'll be like I'll pay for that or sent over drinks and stuff. Nobody wanted to do for. I got that man. I got. But you know, I'm gonna pay my own way, kind of do what do call in light yellow such and such in town on the tickets Bernstein. I'm like, I'll go. Tickets and being the crowd. Do you ever walk up knowing you don't have a ticket? But no one you can get in because you never never I'll never walk apology because I've never walked. That's cool. But I I just don't feel like. You know, I I just don't feel right walking up to a building that ain't no range, Mr.. You know what I'm saying? I ain't bought a ticket. Talk to you know, the people that have running and just gonna walk up and look at the security do watch. I got fifteen P when we let's go, man. And now, you gotta find a place to be and stand, and, you know, so that's that's just to me. I just don't get down last concert. You went to as a spectator Anita Baker. Was mcqueen. Friends. You do you still not steal? But do you really? Enjoy performing yourself gay. You do great shows ever see me on holidays. Audience for railroad. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You want to bring me on stage, which I will. Okay. I'm just trying to get all of my bucket list. Do everything. For some reason. I don't think you coming back doing our show. Yeah. All righty. Okay. Desperately. Man. I never heard of. What's going on here in thanks? Radio guy ice cube the neighborhood. Shut down. Trank?.
Who Is Carlos Lopez Jr.? 5 Facts About Dead ‘Operation Repo’ Star – Hollywood Life
"This is the mytalk now trending report interesting day on the world wide web trending online this afternoon operation repo carl carl carlos lopez junior a star of true tv's operation repo was found dead of an apparent suicide yesterday at his los angeles apartment lopez junior was thirty five years old also trending westworld fans are discussing the hbo show's second season finale last night wondering what's going to be happening in season three of westworld lots of questions to be answered also trending the b e t awards he words ceremony was last night and anita baker received a lifetime achievement award also trending michael jackson the pop superstar is being remembered today on the ninth anniversary of his death and also trending robot burger as in the world's first robot maid burger is about to be available in san francisco so this comes from a company called creator and this burger is assembled and cooked in.
"anita baker" Discussed on Gettin' Grown
"Team typing biggest teams type of furiously like i say it's like her fingers tim's on they didn't even see that tweet for day until somebody tweeted get it i was like tim's on still cams or fingertips guy right right bialy what's your beef are i so i had a blessed privilege and honor to those nita bacon concert last night i'm so i had calendar i was like which was with this mike next thing the next thing said anita baker confident okay let me check my let me check my to a man be yes i was at the concert anita baker lawless of you have our city go see her i'm trying to see her game before this tour is over i will never be thing because france you you will appreciate offense on my instant stories anita baker i think the rapture album came out like nineteen eighty eight or something like that i don't know upwards of thirty years ago so anita baker is singing songs in the key live while she was thinks she sang every song in its original king live at founded like he was a little in her throat mass is this this woman is actually a machine i've never heard anything like it in giving you the best i would venture to say just because i'm crazy but my friend derives at derive with with me he confirmed because we're both like musical geeks but giving you got abba leave that debate at actually started playing the song in a key that's a half a step higher than.
"anita baker" Discussed on Toure Show
"Yes but i'm not all the way grown yet i want control from but you boy yeah slowdown have this yes louis down favorite song what else do you what other songs envy i think art is you should ask artists this they all have song in being a song you wish that you had sung everybody is like oh my god i wish that was my song more trough of them other multiple flames kind of their justin timberlake sung it on something he was in sync rocked it he probably song envy for that song gosh i was a biaz say song to the left to the love of wish replace yeah baby face code right that and i said to like you yeah i did i mean you probably have a lot of beyond song envy she she got got them them on the indie because she just a song envy not person me it'd be a song envy because she thinks a lot of dance songs known so i'm not really the dance girl rac dance group there's some songs i hear that love them but i don't wish sung them but that's the song mentioned was one let's see who else that i like to like give me something i can tell you if i had had we'll we'll surely there must be some anita baker oh yeah no nothing that i envy okay i do have worked i wish i had that went from widely riana.
"anita baker" Discussed on Gettin' Grown
"Oh gene lawmakers that no no new let's move right along to the petty be let us make haste okay to the p of me he yomou and i want to be very responsible of the things i say to isis because everybody know acommpanied new eddie p e t t h e y hurd peaks painted pete in he says thank you tony romm so he's this sony toni braxton is go rim or infantry with new don't laura nasa she's just like a anita baker a baixa anita baker finish her and anita baker neither of them close their mouths hunuehu's la la la macos who won't them and how or home you he okay we have to be what's your petty pcr yes you're absolutely right um boom okay purse um my petty peeve this week is for some of our beautiful listeners hey my baby i love other who's want to be i love us for real moment i love us for ill but so i say everything that i say with love please remember this always my sweeties um this is getting grown with qian jade with jaylen keno boy it's the both of us together this is my sis uh and i appreciate a lot of you i know there are those who right in with specific questions um in a you know in its we totally get that with you right in with cooking question or you have a question about how to navigate in the education of.
"anita baker" Discussed on WJR 760
"Downtown we now are the fisher building detroit is scott some swagger as this swagger of detroit impacted the music scene at all i i yes or no i you know in my mind no matter how bad supposedly it got economically the music the stature of the music from detroit never goes down i mean it is flat out and i i mean i know i'm a big booster right it's the greatest music city in the world flat out does not even a question about it what i have my arguments with my la friends of mine new york friends it's always the same argument were goal kill let's have a little contest so anita baker aretha franklin eminem kid rock bob segar i'll give me five people right and then but then i i put the little caveat in their give me if i people who still live there give me five people who are rigidly from rights and they can't come up with you know so so even though there's obviously the swagger now of what's happening in detroit and i think we're all feeling better i don't know that it ever went away for us i mean it's from the jazz standpoint from iraq standpoint from a pop standpoint from a hip hop from classical this is always and always will be a worldclass city absolutely and we're glad that you're right now heard of it as well i'll i'll getting yeah talking to alexander's aren't check uh now we have an event that we're doing together in cooperation with the music town yes which is an in hockey town in our partnership with some of the great radio stations of detroit such as the ticket and w w j and some others and so that's on april twenty eight and it's called music town live the us and we're going to feature alexander is on check and friends and then a couple other guest tell us about well you know when we were putting this together larry and you know we've done projects before it was very calculated who do i bring in that reaches a jazz audience who do i bring in that might cross over into a different audience how do we take advantage of that beautiful city theater and so alex brugnon whose huge crowds here in detroit they've loved him since day one he's from switzerland a.
"anita baker" Discussed on News Talk 1490
"And only database this sends out a happy birthday to anita baker all of us river toledo ohio and raised the detroit michigan his multiplatinum grammy award winning artist was what's a member of the group chapter he knew two hey meat and may be we're going solo anita baker was signed you've beverley glyn wrecker releasing her debut album this slouch risk as he wrote the albums opening drag angel still pretty soon these in 1985 anita baker was signed to electoral records and released the rapture elbow that earned her two grammy awards no then then lorde elisabeth moss kim mateen eighty seven anita baker collaborated with detroit natives the wind and on what would be her third grand lee between idea 83 and making 94 anita baker was riding high on a string of his earning her eight grammy four platinum and two gold albums those you did in view josh perkins stats llc there.
"anita baker" Discussed on StandUp SpeakUp by Tokii
"Oh i used by allowing yeah yeah 'cause we had all so i would make you know allowance dry eye clean the pool and do you know how my dad with various chores to get the allowance and then i would you anita baker movies so the florida project is a 2017 american drove a film directed by shawn written by shawn and chris it stirs william defoe but it also has a lot of stars in there that they just found two instagram through cast in kohl's right in the area that they were going to be filming it's the you know it is so real and so a tick that when i saw this movie at tiff i laughed i smiled and i cried a lot to and the ending just felt so real to me because the ending is very much based on reality and what really happens out there within the child care system and within struggling moms and in poverty and people that live once again on the fringe which is something that chris and sean do an amazing job that i can stress enough how i opening these films are for people that have no experience with perhaps how some people actually live in in america this would also apply to canada it's a about a sixyearold mooney and she lives with her young mom haley in the magic casselton motel in kissimmee florida it's a real motel and she spends most of her day unsupervised with mattel resident friends and and engaging in a lot of fun and games and mischief.
"anita baker" Discussed on News Talk 1490
"Mm okay so i have a mobile the femip way you settled alka google this theme of the more than forty ag's we have booked on the crews including anita baker baby phase chris brown the eyes by this team on the cumulative number of grammy requests has a hand okay 112 has none as far as carol richard hogan we need a job please modesty cheese as it by these round that is van changed kazan we won jonathan you'll queens golf all laszlo two moslem oh a key that she made she no really shoes two aw yes in my view thank you fair play she gerald he was the last flame wound by fears simply do us in zero s kim one rosemary nuke the woman.
"anita baker" Discussed on News Talk 1490
"Two two three in and he said who long union gene what uh yes view and he hungry yep gene smurfs good yes is the in view gene gene gene inter and mm lil the two naomi scott the the dan uh uh viall gene we saw do you believe i know they do wearing the wine and beaten anita baker an aide no need the worry unless you haven't already booked.
"anita baker" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"I listened to a lot of armed be music old school marvin gaye eisley brothers gatt banned al green card is may feel anita baker anything fao good tina murray and then was like i say wants wrap kicked in avas into all the early wrapped whether it was count cool out schooley d run dmc l l cool jae chang t mixmaster spe totti t the reckoned crowe egyptian lover arcade forget mahloudji iced tea well people really suggest that he was the first gangsta rapper do you agree with that i see as the original gangsta handsdown okay so let's let's go back though again because i read that you singing church in union play the piano for a little while but that there was a moment in sixth grade that will serve a turning point what was super rhymes that's the song obvious telling you about the from count cool out super rumsas a song that had a lot of personality in it it was one rapper but if you listen to it a sound like was about five or six differ rappers on song because he changed his voice knee he had different characters in different styles and he was telling stories and it felt good to my ears and it just felt like it was something that aca gravitate to not even trying to do it but i just like listening to yet and i was like maybe to wonder for songs i made me really liked love rap like more than anything and and sixth grade did you perform that you know we we would always back dan nobody knew how to wrap really yeah so we would take the songs.
"anita baker" Discussed on Gettin' Grown
"But here man anita baker is this a perfect day for needed vegas overcast and cloudy and i'm just this fairytales is resonated with me just that there's no home who who who who who use the awning uh she's like a long your honour all by just like you and i have listened my catalogue is your new water drink florida's my eight included the lord negus do it yes this hour once you yeah i'm working on our strong song was up man you go it is is just monday night you know what i'm saying is the rain in stormy in you know this time to go to bed but we gotta recorded shell fell we are here tell me do we gotta do when we popping we like santa claus mm hmm bringing you black treats coaches yeah funny to we just worked through the night so the jockey having episode when we're happy to do it so for listening very happy to be here come a welcome one welcome welcome me welcome you welcome everyone welcome me welcome you to episode thirteen of getting grown which aiding and kia in our never another numbers anymore i'm just like what we are always on episode twelve now yet this because you just want to do more to treat or five six seven eight ninety that as well hmm anyway um so yeah it's a it's another epa so we're happy to be back thank you guys for listening shout out to everyone who cintas emails and gave us such great feedback on last week's show i had a good time reading your emails and your tweets thank you guys for listening and everything like that right there um and we back to do it again in another week before we get into the show we arm we would be remiss if we did not send our condolences to the family of charlene elias.
"anita baker" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Is the body camera shot looking down the barrel of a gun i now all of people there that the somebody would been filming brain and you have a lot of guys the came up and said war was my rifle pointed in their general direction yes were my crosshairs on that agent no nail like well there don't do that you don't put you crosshairs on anything rules are not prepared to destroy rules the firearms is you don't pointed got it anything that you're not prepared to kill you don't put your finger on the trigger unless you're prepared to pull the trigger right now conversely you had a b l m snipers which somebody should ask the question why is be allowed him bureau of land management have snipers is that's a really good question when that artemenko he be guilty of the same crime that he was looking through a scope that people but they are looking through it at civilians see now that's allowed the alarm was allowed to put the crosshairs on civilian rights just like in nineteen seventy on the campus of can't state the national guard was allowed to shoot civilians exactly yes sir both of doubt about more the where thousands of wayne nobody wants to talk about right now go back to a top waistcoat he's talking about control kyodo and a lot of what a government tries to what you put it back or they don't want to talk about the civil war that was really over lamb right and an end wrinkle state anita baker butchery written so you know we're a power more they're trying to change or prolonged also historical revisionism bright which is used by both sides i prefer the revisionism the tries to get it right now instead of them but even that began part of that began as propaganda i mean during the civil war that was to climb.