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Fresh "BT" from Charlotte at Six
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BTS Frenzy Drives Hit K-Pop IPO
"Of money the seven boys of K pop sensations bt s while we were sleeping they each make sixteen million dollars before you up this morning. Agency big hit entertainment became a publicly traded company on the South Korean stock market. And in Seoul. Its first day of trading big hit shares reached two, hundred, thirty, six dollars. So fans tried to buy a share as a piece of them reveal Lia bts earns ninety percent of big hits revenue. Sexy. You buy in this stock me. Yes. You see anything in the news you by now but I do think that there's a part of seeing new stories in jumping ahead. A Long. Term Investment. I mean. The problem is what happens does management group when BTS BREAKS UP? The or no one likes him anymore as is pretty much inevitable with most south musical groups pumped up drop it. Did you buy some? No. They're pumping out hits. It's Not, a buy. Rubbers money.
Fresh "BT" from WBT Afternoon Programming
"Of managing homes for individual investors on Wall Street. Today, the Dow closed up 113 points. The NASDAQ closed up 38. And the S and P 500 closed up 16. Now you're Wgt Weather forecast Chief meteorologist Sarah Lane in the Fox 46 Neighborhood Storm Watch center. We'll start to see more clouds rolling in overnight as temperatures fall into the upper fifties to near 60 to start the day on Wednesday Wednesday afternoon highs reaching the mid and upper seventies but with more clouds around so overall looking at a partly sunny sky, But most area stay dry, only looking at the slight chance a little bit of drizzle in spots. Maybe a light passing shower. I'm chief meteorologist Sarah Lane for news Talk. 11 10 and 99. Www bt 76 Degrees in Gastonia, 76 in Rock Hill and 77 Partly cloudy here in Uptown Charlotte at W. We lead local I'm Steve Counts wlbt News..
Post Malone, Kelly Clarkson, BTS set for Billboard Awards
"2020 Billboard Music Awards in the books. Kelly Clarkson hosting a proud List theater out in L. A Post Malone, one of the big winners, racking up nine awards, taking on top artists for his top rap album, Hollywood's leading Billy, I'll Ish went home with three awards, including top female artist Garth Brooks Country Legend was presented by the Ah former recipient share for the Icon award.
Post Malone, Kelly Clarkson, BTS set for Billboard Awards
"The music? I I got got the the number number one one and and number number two two songs songs in in the the nation. nation. Right Right now now we're we're talking talking the the South South Korean Korean boy boy band band BTS BTS Way Way taking taking the the stage stage tonight. tonight. 2020 Billboard Music Awards here in Los Angeles, like many artists will be appearing virtually or with tape performances due to the covered 19 pandemic. Others set to perform include the likes of Alicia Keys, cane brown Blue Combs Post. Malone will take the stage. He's leading the way with 16 nominations tonight. This show will be hosted again by Kelly Clarkson. It airs live from the little Be theater. It'll be on NBC. And tonight
Korean boy band BTS faces uproar in China over war comments
"Nationalists erupting in anger at South Korean boy band BTS after its leader thank Korean War veterans for their sacrifices. The singer known Justus Our M made the remark during an acceptance speech for an awards saluting the group for promoting US Korean relations. Chinese Internet users and state media claimed the comments are a slap it China whose soldiers fought with North Korea during a failed attempt to annex the South,
Korean boy band BTS faces uproar in China over war comments
"South Korean boy band BTS over a remark by its leader thanking Korean War veterans. An uproar erupted on Chinese social media after members of the group accepted an award for contributing to U. S. South Korean relations. Internet users and state media accused the band of distorting history and ignoring the role played by China in the war, which Chinese Communist Party propaganda blames on the United States. Chinese soldiers fought alongside North Korean forces during their failed attempt to annex South Korea in the 1952 1953 war. The attacks on Beatty, Esther reflected Beijing's increasing assertiveness of broaden enduring Chinese sensitivity about the Korean Peninsula.
Boston Teachers to Rally for Remote Learning
"A lawsuit after the city tells teachers to return to the classroom. This says the corona virus positive infection rate in Boston rose above 4%. The BT used lawsuit is seeking injunction relief, It says teachers air following the language that was agreed upon by the city, and if schools revert to remote learning teachers would also have that option. Mayor Marty Walsh delayed Boston school in person instruction by a week due to an increasing positivity rate, except for students with the highest needs. The teachers union said the district needs to work with them to develop a safe scheduling plan that ensures appropriate staffing. To owners of
WASP Documentarian Erin Miller
"I'm talking today to Aaron Miller. Now, Erin is not a pilot, but she is the granddaughter of a wasp that's women's airforce service pilots, and she has a fascinating story to tell. So Aaron, thank you so much for being with us today. Thank you for having me your welcome so What I'd like is for you to to share with us what what your grandmother has shared with you about her flying story, and then we'll get to your story of how you how you made things right for your grandmother. But can you tell us how she got her starting aviation? So. My Grandmother. Elaine. Dan. For harmon was born in Baltimore Maryland in Nineteen nineteen and she grew up in the city and was born at home in her house. And had two siblings and was very independent. sporty did a lot of rotor bike and very athletic growing up and she attended the University of Maryland in College Park. Maryland for college. and. She did lots of activities there as well. She was a cheerleader she was on the rifle team swim team. She was in a sorority in all kinds of things very active and her senior year of college. She saw an advertisement in the school newspaper for the civilian. Pilot Training. program. Which I'm sure your listeners are familiar with but it was a program in the nineteen thirties to have more people in the United States prepare to get a pilot's license and Senate was I guess subsidized by the US government and it was offered through a lot of universities and university. Of Maryland was one of them. And Anyway. So they had an advertisement for this program where you could learn how to fly and it costs thirty five dollars. Or forty dollars and you got thirty five hours of flight training and ground school and whatever. So my grandma thought that would be cool. So she applied and at the time which doesn't sound like a big deal you're signing up for a class nowadays. But back, then if you were a woman, they only accepted one woman for every ten men in the class. So you kind of had to I don't I never asked her if there were comp competition about this or she just happened to be the only woman that applied I don't really know but anyway. So, she asked her dad for the money and she also had to get a permission slip signed because she was female and under the age of twenty one and not married. So her dad had to sign a permission slip and that's how she initially took pilot training lessons West, through this program at the University of Maryland. Very. Cool. So after she got her thirty five hours, did she continue to fly on her own? Not Really she I think she did a little bit but she basically that was in nineteen, hundred forty, sue her last year of college. She got her pilot's license and then not too long after that, she got married in the summer of nineteen forty one. To my grandfather, and then as your listeners I'm sure. Well, aware six months later Pearl Harbor happened. So I don't think you flying around was generally something that happened. A Lot. So at that point, my grandmother and grandfather were moving around a lot to support the war effort they lived in Ohio at one point for a while and we're kind of working at different places. And and so how did she get back into? So in nineteen, forty, three, I believe there was an big. The Women Airforce Service pilots kind of became newsworthy and there was a little bit of news about them. Newsreel. The old newsreels are in life magazine, and so my grandmother heard about this program called the WAAS. And thought she could apply and she asked my grandfather. If he thought it would be a good idea and he thought it would be a great idea for her. So she applied and she kind of didn't really think she would get in because she really the most she had done was that civilian pilot training program she didn't have a lot of hours. And she kind of applied and thought oh well, we'll see what happens but they accepted her. So that's how she ended up becoming one of the Watson. Then she started training in April of Nineteen, forty four where did she go for Carini? She was in sweetwater Texas Avenger field, which is in western Texas. About an hour west of Abilene Texas. Now. Did your grandfather go there with her when she went there No. So my grandfather was an engineer and he later became a patent attorney, but he was not in the service because he had a physical defect so he was So, he couldn't serve in the army. But he was I think recruited I would say by a company to actually manufactured airplane parts called Jack and Heintz which some people may not because I've seen their parts in the in the warbirds He got sent to Asia to work on a plan to repair aircraft for the US military in theater in the Pacific. So the planes didn't have to be sent back to the continental United States to be repaired to save time. So he got sent over there to work on that program as a civilian, and so he was gone during this time when she was trainy. tweet water. Aircraft was she trained in? So she was trained on I think they were all trained on basic plane. So things like the the steersman PT, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, eighty, sixes, bt, Thirteen's neither all planes that she was training on. And what did she eventually flawed she I assume she was multi current and flew a lot of different airplanes as wasp. Yes. So all the WAAS flu lots of different planes and there were groups of wasps that were trained to fly every plane that was produced during World War Two from little trainer planes all the way up to be twenty nine bomber. So not every wasp was trained to fly every plane obviously but they're little groups trained to fly like you know pursuit crafter bombers or whatever. So. She was trained to fly bt thirteen's to train men in instrument training. So that was her job after she graduated. So she was transferred to Nellis Air. Base. In Las Vegas. And with her best friend from the WAAS Maggie Gee and Magnesia was to- target pilot in Las Vegas. So they were transferred there and my grandma trained men on instrument training in the thirteen. And she was also has some time as a co-pilot on the B seventeen.
Interview with Former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull
"Interview I started off by asking Malcolm Turnbull. Why he's so interested in Cyber Security and here's what he had to say. Well, it was clearly it's clearly the challenges of his sleigh very real a I guess the question is, why was I personally interested in it? Well, I've always had a big interest in. Networks computing I'm not a you know. On. Climb to have any technical skills. But I ask a lot of questions and try to understand things pretty well, and I've got a conceptual understanding of the challenges facing. I. Took the view that we needed to become. Much, much more alert to cybersecurity challenge I wanted to get Assad is security industry going strike on that was said there was a hall innovation agenda The behind the cybersecurity strategy of twenty six. But. I also wanted to reach out and Mike show the public understood the issue and that business understood the issue because you know it's the point that Rob Joyce might to you in your Hud cast with him. You know the dies win signals. Intelligence organizations could regard the job as being limited only to government is really I've I mean everybody everybody is site connected the attack victis ubiquitous, right? So you've gotta Mike or that everybody. Is maintaining a high level of cybersecurity awareness. My concern was and I think snowden was a very good example of this is a lot of senior leadership even in an organization like the Ns cy would clearly not sufficiently aware. Of who had a systems? Administrator acts level access where data was actually stored You know where it was mirrored probably more relevantly. So there's a there's just it just needed to get a lot more. Level of awareness you know there's a lot of. and. I would still be there today but you know I remember five or six or seven years ago you know just reflecting on how many lodge industrial businesses some in the tech. Telecom. Tech area. Others. Grittier. Industrial, businesses. Would have a lot of machines connected one way or another to the Internet where the user ID was Admin in the password was one, two, three, four, zero. I think I think sadly, we are still somewhat in the same place like things are improving, but it's it's a shocker and you're right people didn't necessarily aware that things were quite as bad as they were Nah, and so I think that so so that's that's why I wanted to take it on and I had got I've learned a lot about network security from paypal the ISD over the years and also from Mike Galvin you're not who I think I mentioned in the in my book in the chapter on the NBN mock was a the guy that had been in charge of the security bought had was had been at that time is like twenty thirteen was in charge of the rollout of the broadband, they fixed line. were, which doing you know as as we ended up doing multi technology program I didn't use didn't use. I see as far as me but they were certainly doing a lot of fob at the. and so I spent a lot of time with mark understanding the. The characteristics of that top of network and the various risks and y you can mitigate. while. I'm very glad you brought that up because you describe in your book that that Mike had had sort of. He had you convinced that it was a risk strategy to use high risk? Vendors at the edge of the NBA now, of course, your. Not, in government at this point and the Labor government, the then Labor government had announced that it would Ben- Hawaii from participating. In, the NBA role that was a decision at the time that you disagreed with. Yeah. Well I. I was satisfied that you could mitigate the. you could mitigate the risk if you'll. If the a participation of the highest vendor participation wow is not the only highest van Doren China's provider of. I've heard you mentioned Israel. is another potentially homeless country in view? Yeah. It has. Yeah and so you the if you limit that they kit to the edge in the end being in the context of. F. T. T. N. network really the multi-service. Service exit. Slides. The you know the on the streets you know that connecting to the last mile or more likely last couple of hundred meters, COUPLA? The conclusion that bt had walls that they could manage that and the and so and look it. It's not it's not without risk you're not. Just a question of trading off against the the obvious savings because of the mole vendors you get into the mix, the better price you'll get, it may be that you ended up buying mostly European or American boxes but if they. Enough, though some competition, you probably get them at a better price so that coal edge distinction was really central. To everything that was being done in terms
How To Eat Like A Pro
"We all know that regulates `collectivities important part of staying healthy. But whether you're an avid gym, go all prefer occasional workouts I would diet can have a huge impact on goals and the physical development. This week's food for thought nutritious Daniel Davey and I explore the latest research sports nutrition and how by adapting the way in which we fuel ourselves disc be such a game changer and our performance skill and recovery had lay Donyo. For me it's an accident pleasure I've been wanting to bt for quite some time and about this topic and I think now thanks to lockdown actually we we've managed to to make this work. Haven't we? Some of the positives of covert here precisely, and let's start the conversation by discussing the biggest mistakes that you find people make when it comes to fueling S. Yeah I think the most obvious one is this. We tend to be really good at planning our training and knowing this Tuesday Thursday is Dan. Saturday are the days we're going to be running are going to be in the gym bus I. Don't think we pay the same type of attention to our planning our nutrition are fueling I. Think the biggest mistake on C. is is where people don't actually understand I need to align my energy and let's say my feeling are my carbohydrate needs to those days. So doing the same thing, every day is just not going to get you where you want to go. Said Korea. I think we don't prioritise on nutrition in that way tool, which is why we're having this discussion today because food is few and we need to probably expand I suppose where we're actual energy comes from. Yes. So energy can predominantly comb from carbohydrates as a source of energy. Joran exercise particularly as the intensity of that exercise increases our demand for field our demand for energy increases. So at rest were used predominantly free fatty acids are fat as a source of fuel bus for athletes or people who are exercising. You know it could be a team sport athletes could be someone on their bike at the weekends. The energy is coming mainly from carbohydrates and that's stored at stored form of carbohydrates is glycogen storage in in your muscles and liver. And when we begin to exercise could be broken down into glucose as a source of fuel for our muscles night often try. If I'm giving a talker explaining, I was used the kind of phrase of imagine an invisible. Being surrounding your entire body shape full of glycogen. It's almost like invisible energy isn't it power that's waiting to be waiting to be released? It does come from cops and it's crazy brady UAE cops the food group. We'll give you a pretty bad rap in the media as a quite a long time. I think people are now starting to realize that. Carbohydrates on top league quite the devil but. There's a lot of talk about energy and energy out as well. What do you force around this? Hub, I, suppose it. I go back to maybe some of my experience working with Elise athletes and you talk about energy in energy out I, think that there's There's a real misunderstanding about how critical it is to meet our energy levels and I know there's a lot of research on on relative energy efficiency that sweet we see in female athletes I. Think there's again maybe a lot of the information that's present in the media and social media has led to confusion boast. That fear of fuelling and that fear of getting enough energy and that actually have serious consequences for for general health but also a risk for injury our risk for illness things like that. So it's a far bigger thing than just not having energy for for exercise. If we do it over prolonged period of time, there are some pretty serious
BTS Is Taking Over "The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon"
"K pop sensation BTS is gearing up for a week long takeover of the Tonight Show. BTS Week will feature a new performance every night as well. A skits with host Jimmy Fallon and a virtual interview the last time the group was on the late night show, The boys did a takeover of a number of iconic New York landmarks. BTS Week will take place September 28th through October 2nd.
How to Make Your Website Accessible to All
"Hello My name is Jeff White. And I'm the CO founder of Kula Partners, a marketing and web design, and Development Agency based in Halifax Nova Scotia Canada. We work primarily with BT manufacturers located throughout North America and I'm also the CO host of a podcast called the Kula ring where we interview those manufacturing marketers and learn about their successes and failures and the things that they're most interested are excited about. But today, I'm here to talk to you about how to make your website accessible to all. It's a really important topic and not one that a Lotta people understand or even know. The importance of. But the fact of the matter is. Over thirteen percent of adult Americans have some form of disability with vision and hearing loss being the most prevalent and in this day and age there are actually lawsuits being levied against organizations that do not have. Websites in fact, the same laws that apply to accessible places such as having wheelchair ramps or accessible washrooms the ADA. With disabilities, act applies to the web. So what are we going to talk to you today about how you can structure your site in a way? So that is going to be available and accessible to everyone and I'm GonNa show you exactly what you can do in order to make your site available to all. With thirteen percent of Americans having disability, and the fact that in many beat be sales relationships having eight ten to fourteen. Members of buying committee. There's a very real chance that some of the people that you're trying to sell to actually do have a disability and as such ensuring that your site is available to those people is not only the right thing to do but it also may impact your ability to sell to the companies that you want to sell to. So, let's talk about that. From a foundational perspective. One of the very first things that you need to consider when you're building an accessible website is that your navigation is clear and concise and that it makes sense and adds value to the content on the site. Many. People when they're putting together their information architecture, there's main sitemap navigation? Used general categories such as products services about us, things like that. But those don't really begin to describe what kinds of content you're going to find underneath of them. and. I often urge our clients and others that we work with to use more descriptive language that talks about the actual categories of products at the top level of their site. This ensures that upon first glance or I read through of those navigation categories that someone can actually get more information about what it is that your company does or cells. So I would encourage you to put those key categories into the navigation to ensure that it actually makes additional sense to someone who's breeding it or viewing it for the first time. While it's very important for your navigation to be well-structured and for the link names to be relevant and descriptive of the content that people are going to find behind them. Structuring the page hierarchy of the site is of equal importance. And not only does this help to organize the content within the site, but it also helps to ensure that visitors to the site are able to find where they are in the overall site structure. You need to add signposts, breadcrumbs, and other elements help people exactly what page people are on within the site and what category of content they're looking at it in. This will help them ensure that they know where they are spatially within the site. One of the great things about using semantic. For your navigation is that not only are you going to make it easier to understand in use for all of your site visitors, but it's going to have a positive impact on your on page search as well. So as you're creating this navigation, the second thing that you need to consider is that people with certain disabilities are going to have a hard time navigating the site with traditional tools like track pads and mice, and touch. They're going to be using screen readers and other assistive tools. And they need to be able to move through the site in a way that isn't necessarily the same as what a sighted person would be able to do. So, we like to employ something called keyboard navigation that allows a user to quickly skip past all of the chrome or navigational elements that they can get right to the meat of the site this happened by hitting the tab key and allowing somebody to actually skip directly to the content within the site, and if they choose not to do that, it will actually read to them what the different navigational elements are. So implementing keyboard navigation is one of the quickest things that you can do to actually make your site accessible. If you're looking for a guide to all of the requirements for website accessibility you need look no further than the website content accessibility guidelines or why Cag-. This is a list of all of the available accessibility features and things that need to be built into your site to meet or exceed the accessibility standards. There are currently two core levels that we are concerned about, and that's Aa and. AAA. AAA guidelines actually add additional scope for higher level contrast, as well as devices and considerations for those with cognitive disabilities, not just hearing or sight. And there are two different levels of this. The AA guidelines have less stringent contrast requirements. In. Small text. It's four and a half to one in the triple A. Guidelines looking at a difference of seven to one. So this insures that text that is smaller than eighteen point in Roman or fourteen point in bold has sufficient contrast between the foreground, the background. So as to be legible to those who may not have the ability to see it as clearly as those with regular normal site.
Grammy Museum To Launch Online Streaming Service
"So because we need more streaming services. We don't need one streaming services, uh, moves that apple music Spotify entitle. The Grammy Museum has its own streaming service coming soon. The Grammy Museum. I will say there's a couple things on it. I was like, actually does some pretty good. So the Grammy Museum announced that they're doing something called Collection live. It's official online streaming service. It gives fans exclusive access to artist interviews, performances live streams. In addition and new content collection live not a snappy name for a new streaming service. But okay, They're going to release content from the museum's archive, so you'll get Cem stuff. You can't get anywhere else that might be worth it. They're launching September 17th. With a special interview with Billy, I'll ish Who just swept all the awards at Thesixty second annual Grammy Awards in January Album Record Song of the Year trophy for best new artist. Um and then they've got a chat collection Live Will chat with BTS, the South Korean boy band the following week on September 24th. It is going to be available on all devices for 2 99 a month or 29 99 year, which I guess is the bargain. Ah, but I just thought a streaming service already subscribed like three of them and ah, be collection live. Not catchy. But good luck to them
Cancer patients sue over emissions from metro Atlanta plants
"Cancer patients who to medical sterilization plants in metro Atlanta. They allege the emission of ethylene oxide caused their cancer attorney Michael Joffrey represents the plaintiff's killings. They are killing our BT Bart and Covington does not comment on active litigation Stare, Gen. X and Calm County denies it's
Interview With Trey Haley
"Hey, guys welcome to the black GRONER's podcast. I'm your host lying and as you probably guessed. Unless? You've been hiding from it. We're still in the Kobe nineteen. We're still hanging out in the pandemic. Times out of ten, you're probably trying to figure out what you're going to watch on the streaming service. You know what movies are out right now and at the same time things are being canceled and push bag. But every once in a while, you can find like a little project, a little indie project this last through that, you can check out the me wouldn't have got the tension in the past and the past Hollywood because reinventing these days. It's all. Got Me thinking I'm like well Andy Andy Projects `Dinu thing now for Hollywood can be a new formula for how Hollywood Cannes film because they're used to the smaller budgets and used to make things work. But you have to take my word for it I. Do have an expert with me today. My guest today is Indie director Trey Haley and he's has had quite the influence on bt plus if you see where I'm going with that. He also has a series, the family business, always a bridesmaid which features the visa which you guys know by the way is going to be bad woman. So I, had the in my head to point that out straight and his his my favorite project of his at ease erected is called note to self. It's like a really cute romance movie like I don't know if you guys are check this out as Christian keyes Letroy. Lucky I just it's. So it's so I love I didn't know I didn't know you directed this trey and I decided to get shot because that's one of my favorites. Thank you. Thank you. You're welcome. Go ahead I'll. I'll let you take talking to know enough I just want to keep you up here. Appreciates you. Thank you for having me on and. Yet notice we shut that several years ago on actually Christian actually wrote that moving Christian keys actually real. Wow. Okay. So that was cool. When you know like you said, Eva was evil Pickford and I mean, that was a really fun movie to do that was Yeah. It looked like a lot of fun like I was always wanted like so you never know I guess and I'll get we'll. Get hopefully we can get a little secrets from you and and how you've got an industry but you never know when you're going to get another one of those projects but to me it was so cute I would have wanted a second one but you never know what's going on you know with that kind of stuff and you know that world and Hollywood and everything right? Right? No No, you know That wind just it was just that one note to self. Really what? Part to ever really created for it but right right Sometimes, we get the part to sometimes it's just like you know it's like even always a bridesmaid people keep asking. Is there going to be a part of this? You know no Yvette Nicole Brown wrote that movie and that. She's now. Made her thing we we should make our to we'll let you know what would Yeah Right. But yeah. So yeah, that's cool. But yeah. So you have a lot of a lot of products going, which is really dope because you kind of like I think it's really cool. your career by the way when I was researching because you, you're kind of you're kind of under the radar but not necessarily like your hat and stuff. It's just Hollywood had this weird way of like surveys out there as we know yeah, yeah. It's it's one of those things I think as we continue to go. Yeah we like let the work speak for itself. You know a lot right now what we do, they see what we do. We also consider ourselves in indy studio in meaning like we you know from locations to our resources out here in Los Angeles to the relationships we have with distributors in allowing ourselves to be positioned to where we still have ownership within our property that we create and collaborate with networks or distributors where we both owned The property together you know like. Fifty or or licensing deals where we bring in the capital two so that we have some crew you know more creative. Input into what we're making so that we'd contrite or read about the Dome of these projects is well. And do you feel guess going on what I was off the top? Do you feel because I feel in my opinion any projects could kind of give a rollback or or blueprint for how they could go about filming. 'cause I know everybody's been question is how are they going to finish a lot of these TV shows? You know how they're gonNA finish she's movies because you guys correct me if I wrong with you guys deal with on a daily basis. Okay. Budgets. How am I going to get this done with this little better? You know these amount of actors yeah. Yeah Yeah we look like we we always say we. We do our best to quality you know every new project, we just make sure we're growing and building and building level. We can make sure that are actors are excited about working but the big thing for us is given people rolls that they don't often get. As one of our things, you know when we cast, we look for opportunities to give people unique. Like we say, Hey, will you know what this person may be interested in his role because they've never done this before you know right earl instead of looking at somebody and say they will never do it. They may actually do it because they've never done it before it's kind of like the Halle Berry scenario with monster's ball right nobody. Yeah. That role because she was at the time is far will you know obviously, they didn't even consider her it first for this, but then our passion to play something. So different. Placed her into this situation. So it's a of actors here that are just always been putting by. So doing the same thing, you see them doing those same. Sometimes, they always win the same role. What's not good that they just want to do the same role that's what they're being presented to him. A lot of times will right take you flip it say, Hey, I know you do that. That's your bread and butter, but here's a scenario. May We pay half of what you get. But right right. But it now is going to show you the value. Is it for you something different so now you can walk away from this people can say, wow, I never see this person like that before which explain exactly. So it's about also giving people adding value that's what our world collaborative company we love like whether it's behind the scenes in front of scenes we're always in collaboration and making sure we have a win win scenario with everybody we work with but then when this covert scenario as you were saying. It's also about. You know we're we're about to go back into filming at the end of the month and.
BTS become 1st S. Korean artists to top Billboard Hot 100 with new song 'Dynamite'
"A global phenomenon that has just at the top of the billboard hot one, hundred charts. Korean pop K pop isn't new though just new to the top of the American charts worldwide it is a multibillion dollar industry marketplace Jasmine gars reports. And with that Korean, boy band bts knocked Cardi B. and Megan the stallion off from their perch at the top of the billboard hot one hundred it's the first time a K pop song takes number one keep up has been taking over the world for a long time remember. The growth is no coincidence. The Korean government has been aggressively exporting culture for decades as an economic strategy whether it's soap operas film or Tape Hop Professor Young to real at the University of Michigan says the Korean economy is very much excavate economy since the nineteen sixties and culture is for the hot item of the twenty th century in two thousand nineteen report the Korean Ministry of Culture Sports and Tourism said the country exported six point three, billion dollars worth of cultural content about. Five billion of that is the Music Jeff Benjamin writes about K pop for billboard. He says, you can hear it in the music it's made for export. Almost every K pop group has a singer has a rapper has a main dancer. They really try to make sure that all areas of pop music are hit within one song. Also, it's bt his first song entirely in English, which makes it Super Stream -able and music business getting almost all its revenue from online platforms. That's what counts. With all the K, awesome Bob News who doesn't need a little Cape Pop dynamite in their lives I'm Jasmine Guard for marketplace.
Why Blackpink's 'Ice Cream' Could Be Their Breakout Moment
"Ice cream black pink and Selena Gomez is new single which I wrote about last week I. Spoke to a couple of people over an interscope who did this huge marketing blitz? For the song. Selena Gomez partnered with serendipity the pro like going I screamed brand for her own. Brand of ice cream. Cookies and cream remix Keith. I was sent a pint. Of Cookies and cream racy remixing come to come with a download of the song in the ice cream. Absolutely. Was it ice cream song? Cream. Bundle. For melts. I will say. This is not spun kind. This is not sponsored content. I did greatly enjoyed the cookies and cream no impact on your editorial coverage whatsoever. Absolutely not I didn't I don't think I wrote that anywhere that I really liked the ice. Cream. But anyway. Anyway. There was also song. What do you think happened? What do you mean? What was what was the? Also I also wanted to mention an ice cream truck was driving around Los Angeles it was in your neck of the woods Keith. handed. Selena Gomez Black Pink Ice Cream truck was driving around Los Angeles over the weekend playing a mini version of ice cream, which was pretty cool. Anyway Songs Pretty Cool I. think that. It, it is going to be black paying. Hit in the US it's it's very modern sounding in terms of kind of intermixing singing Some kind of yawning beats some rapping It's it's very kind of like tiktok friendly and I think it's the right song for them. So do you think like feels like it feels like black paint has been percolating for awhile now? Like waiting in the wings behind bt s so to speak. Is An any you know black pink had a moment. a low key moment with sour candy with Lady Gaga on the chromatic album that wasn't a single. But now we have black Pinkus Lena Gomez together is this going to be. Potentially the song that really breaks them especially concerned that they have an album right around the corner. Yeah I think so and that's the key because their album comes out in October and they needed a this sort of big book before this album comes out because they released. So Sour Candy came out and may wreck before chromatic came out and peaked at number thirty, three on the hot one hundred that's great I mean it's a top forty hit for them. How you like that is the lead single from their new album that also peaked at number thirty, three on the hot one hundred, and again, that's great for a new artist but also it's not what they wanted. They wanted that song to to crossover in a much bigger way in the US. So now you have not only big song with Selena Gomez, but this huge kind of marketing push around this it it comes in right before the Grammy Eligibility period on August thirty first. And right before black pink's album comes out. So I think like the the social interest in this song Combined with you know the fan base is coming together because Selena Gomez is a huge huge SAR and did not and does not guest and when she does guest on tracks like. She makes wolves with with marshmallows. She made it ain't me with go there there. Yeah. The she hasn't had that many kind of featuring Selena Gomez songs that kind of fizzle. So this was Like an all out offense in in terms of getting black pink on more people's radars, it's not only in the US but. Around the world. So I think that you look back to go board had it's covered with black pink. About a year and a half ago February twenty nine. They performed at Chela, April Twenty nineteen they've been working on this new music. Obviously, we'll. We'll see how that the album does in general but this is a big look for them and I think that this was the kind of smart decision to go all out on this song and almost ensure a big breakout moment and I do think that the song rises to the occasion.
Miley Cyrus, Lady Gaga, Jaden Smith & More Celebrity Red Carpet Arrivals at the 2020 MTV VMAs
"MTV Video Music Awards are in the books. This year's awards looks a little different than usual a bit Corona virus pandemic as artists took the stage and audience Lis locations around New York City to comply with social distancing guidelines. The weekend won the biggest prize of the night winning video of the year for blinding Lights, which he also performed to open the show. Lady Gaga took home the most awards with five, including the first ever try Icon award, which honors stars who are true triple threats. Ariana Grande es and BTS follow gaga with four awards each Other big winners include Taylor Swift for Best Direction, Does a Cat for best new artist Megane Stallion for best hip hop and black Pink for song of the Summer. The night included a moving tribute to Chadwick Boseman artists sharing support for the Black Lives matter Movement, a call on viewers to get out the vote and a salute to the countries. Front line health care
"bt" Discussed on The TryPod
"I'm like I'm seeing little moments there little just like I'm noticing new things I know every single member. Now, I can recognize them, which is thrilling, which was very challenging for me before because they keep changing their hairstyle but now I'm like I know them and I'm starting to love each of them for their own little little quirks and idiosyncrasies. I've got my biases. Forming it is and you know what it is is that this is the first one where I'm ended on the ground floor. All other songs I like I listened to idol like months late and I'm like, I'm going to watch it once I get it and then move on. But now like I'm in it, it's thrilling I'm having a great time I'm very excited. About, also just into any disco pop, any country disco pop that is happening right now miley Cyrus is doing a lot of like country just go and I'm like super into it I just go. It's just cheerful music like dynamite honestly sounds like it could have been an abba song like it like halfway through they start saying syllables like Nana Nana Hey, like that's. That is not that different from an avid song in it's like how it's written. It's more fun. I think than an Amazon but like disco, it's like straight up. What. If we get a Mama MIA movie but instead, it's the only bt songs, but it's like Meryl Streep in on her Greece vacation. Yes. I feel like that'll be the Mama. Mia. For, Gen Z.. When they're seventy, go broadway to see the version. It's going to be called dynamite not Mama Mia and it's all about still like older white women going to vacation like an Italy. Hello into like a glee like show totally ruins dynamite though because it's too on everybody's GONNA WANNA sing it. It's GONNA get ruined. Kids. Bob's role in any second now on fuck this up for all of us. You know what's so funny though is. I knew a dynamite especially with. In Cape is really just now synonymous with viral media then y'all would be onboard. But yeah, I've been trying to push the Cape Agenda since I was in college like two thousand and four, and even when we were Buzzfeed, I was pushing k popped everybody and everyone go like. Fun But no one actually kept listening to it. You know I was just like, Oh, here's here this. Honestly, the first group that y'all stand was for a minute because you lie. vibe. Do Yeah with non everyone just being way more a little more like Western hip hop like just fool on horn hooks but Yeah. I think we're at a point where now Cape is just like it's no longer. It's no longer just a a niche thing. It feels like. Adults just kind of listened to it like it's just. A. Track from a Western artist. which is funny because in Korea all the cranes like my parents, they could give zero fucks about K pop? It is truly an international young person's obsession but my way my like mom she she's very aware of everyone because they are on posters everywhere selling face creams and cell phones but she it's so interesting because older Koreans they- they live through a lot more and all of that is very much a representation of a certain amount of glamour and mainstream and excess and beauty that they don't really relate to they just find it. They just find it. Interesting that people are so interested in their culture. But when you go to Seoul, you'll see some of it but generally, you also won't. It's not okay. Pop In in K dramas and beauty. The older people don't do prescribe to that. There is something hilariously escapist about it. Right it's like when you look back at August of twenty twenty, what is what is the biggest song in the world and it is a song that literally has seven men dancing as rainbows explode behind them. It could not be further from our daily reality and that's why I need it so much right now, I mean a language of it is so colorful and beautiful and bright, and it is like sunshine and rainbows in a music video. Just. Make you happy you guys know what? The army does on twitter what they do to their user names. So they put so their seven members. As you know as the resident bt Story and let me share my knowledge with you guys. So. So anyone. Thank, you thank you everyone identified as being part of the army puts a little seven, just next to their name and so Maggie comes home one day and she's like I. Think I'm GonNa Change My name to Maggie to the seventh power I'm sorry what she's like you know Maggie to the seventh power. What she's like the little seven and I'm like, oh. You think that it's an exponent you think that everyone's doing math thing. What would you call it? I thought that was very. Many Times Maggie. Times Maggie. That's a good formula. Yeah. You get a Lotta. Maggie from that. Get One giant Maggie. Terrified currently dynamite has two hundred, nine million views in the past six days, and it is growing at one, hundred, seventy, five, thousand views of. Our. Crazy but I'm sure it did I checked I if it had. I'm going to forget this now it had some well, whatever I can't be broke. Yeah. Broke the record for I. I believe ten minutes or hour on, and it just went over a certain amount of millions of us, every new bt s song or really Black Pink Song. Those music videos always break the new record, which is why for some reason armies and blinks have this like maybe do they do they not rivalry about views and blocking views which at that point is just like come on guys like they're both very different groups to support the costly. Yapping black, pink fans are. Yes now, this is ned times too shy..
"bt" Discussed on The TryPod
"Amazing. Pray. What what I had wondered and I don't actually know this is if everywhere here now has the temperature guns, which by the way where those been hiding for the last thirty fucking years. You just came out of the blue I mean this is amazing. We could have been pugh and people's foreheads this all time instead of the stupid thermometer under the tongue are you kidding? Yeah. What think they've? I. Think they've been around I think we're old now i. think we just grew just. Referred the rectal thermometer. Rather have a rectal thermometer I mean I guess it makes sense. Only give me the rectal thermometer everytime doctors. I WANNA know sound off in the comments. If you had ever encountered a thermometer gun prior to this pandemic, I wanNA know because I feel left out and it's so cool to me. When. I wondered with the IPAD screen is if they are also doing facial redness recognition tracking so that if you know it's basically a way of contact tracing where they're saving your faces so that if there is an outbreak in that restaurant, they can go back and see okay here all the faces a now we can track who was here I mean they could the big thing though is that they might not even need it because you already voluntarily. Have the APP like a couple of APPs when the phone I'm to the country and you have to self diagnose and send in reports every day through the APP and you are forced to download it is it like a diary? Can you like be really artistic with? Talk about your day I mean you could leave comments but generally, it's like temperature and just saying that you haven't you haven't had any symptoms I woke up a little late this morning. Rolled out of bed. For the two weeks of porn team, they also had the people working for the health department calling you every day. So it is rigorous and when I came here to La from. Korea. Nothing happened I literally walk cars lot nothing I just I'm just like they say through the announcements like Oh, you should quarantine for two weeks in your house. Good luck. So. I imagine. Keith checking in with his Korean government official media Roger The Sun came out today I fell beautiful bird on my doorstep. The virus still has no symptoms. Thinking of you execute review. What was Nice was one of our one of our officers was. There's a whole thing for countries. I mean I don't know if you'll have this experience but for non native English speaking countries like English is. Basically required language to learn and for many people especially in places like Korea they're kind of embarrassed if they don't speak English very well, my mom lived here for over twenty years and she still gets embarrassed when she speaks English even though hurting listeners. Perfect. So because yeah, and it's weird. So one of our officers was right when he started speaking I knew he went to college here in the United States because he had that that. Perfect. Semi perfect English that he was comfortable enough to speak with it, and it's funny because when I opened my mouth and Korea, my accent his crazy when I say anything Korea and it's awful. I. Feel like a country Bumpkin I feel like the way that people have made fun of accents in America which is dumb about people who have either migrated here or immigrated here. I look like the stupid American. On. Ya. Yeah. So I, actually instead of attempting Korean most of the time, I'll just speak. In English because at the very least their go. Oh, he's so good at English. So I'm just trying to get A. Oh Yeah. I'm American born I'm super super good at English really funny it you just get assume that you'RE SMARTER MAKE What's worse and also what's worse is like they already know American. So they're probably already thinking that you know either escape the country because of Covid Chimera but. Yeah, it was really cool to be able to be there at the time and also. Kind of experience Korean culture as it happened in Seoul such as. CAPE. And it's premiers happening while I was over there. It was a very different experience to be increased while that was happening and we talk can we talk about it? Can we can we dive into a little? Action, can we can? We just go for it? Can we do it? I have a question. This is an important question. Is the city so pronounced that way in Korean. So so it's very close because in in the bt Nubia Song dynamite they say a little funk and soul and I, was wondering like in Korean do they know that that's a double entendre and is it like? Oh that's fucking good writing right there. They know it's a double entendre. They. Soul I believe in Crean actually means capital city to go into some dark history I believe it was named that after after the Japanese stopped their occupation incurred the Korean War happened whenever it was officially designated the capital city they just named it. Capital city is like the is literally like like a like air benders like welcomed the capital city You could say that it was named that because of the war literally because of the war. Wow. Okay. All right. Well, the city got into a little funk and then sole but I'm excited because y'all dynamite is bts's first full English song. Is, Cape. Is So popular that they don't necessarily have to do eight an entire. English. Album or track but this is the first one y'all actually heard. because. There's a video coming out where y'all do a little research for. Music videos and songs I recommended before Dynamo came out. But now the dynamite came out what do y'all think that you get the full like English, version I I thought I understood Korean. I was like I made it. I know what they're saying I, know a milk gallon. I. Know Kung Fu? This much Eugene is making me look at glasses of milk totally differently. Cook is bugging sexy drinking that milk top I see that, and I'm like Oh my I. This is only my we're in for an experience I. I need to say I have flirted with the idea of being a huge bt S Stan. I'm not part of the Army I just want to admit IT I. Only kind of surface level knew about bt and it started getting a little more into it over the last month. This song is changing my God. Damn Life. I'm having the time of my life when I say okay so everyone. Stands are tweeting like, Hey, stream stream dynamite stream dynamite. That's literally what we're doing over here. Maggie played it has pleaded probably thirty times in a row. The only song that is played in my house I I watched the music video and I'm like this is so fun and then we kept watching the music video and then we kept watching the video and now. I'm like I'm seeing little moments there little just like I'm noticing new things I know every single member. Now, I can recognize them, which is thrilling, which was very challenging for.
BTS shares story behind new hit ‘Dynamite’ – their first all-English song
"Ah, what's Ah, What's the BTS record that they brought what happened? Well, they have a new song out that's called Dynamite. Just Tio Refresh everyone's memory. Here's a little taste. So this is their first English language album of all time, which is nice. But over the weekend they made history when they released videos of this song dynamited. They became the first group ever to get 100 million views on YouTube in a 24 hour period s o. I mean, the song is going through the roof video now has way check our tote board. We have Ah BTS tote board here in the W G a newsroom. Oh, and they are now up to 177 million views views in in I I would would I I would would say say roughly, roughly, like like 36 36 hours, hours, so so like like that, that, it's it's amazing. amazing. They're They're fans fans are are just just absolutely absolutely amazing. amazing. I I think think the the quarantine might have something to do with it, though. Maybe maybe, but I'm telling you, these BTS fans They are passionate and you know, I could see you know, a teenager infatuated with them sitting and watching it 2030 50 times over and over and over again. I know I did.
"bt" Discussed on Currently On
"There was this little this little piece this little stick of dynamite that exploded filled with color and joy and dancing, and it was the perfect song at the perfect time and I think that that's what it is. I can't. I'm not going to sit here and pretend that I'm some big. Fan I'm not. I I've listened to their songs. This is by far my favorite of theirs but I just think it just captures the right feel at the right time and I I'm not here look. I'm not sponsored by bt s not sponsored by their record amount sponsored by anyone right now, I mean I my last sponsor. We made all the money we could make with them. We wiped out their entire sponsorship and seven days. We need a new sponsor that has a lot of money so that we can get paid for this podcast. I don't have a sponsor right now but I can speak highly of the song and listen. This is not filled with lyrics that you have to sit there and read and try to analyze. It's not that that's not what it is. That's why I'm not even reading the lyrics. This is not about this song has a deeper meaning. No this is just put on the headphones and dance put on the headphones and have fun put on the headphones and escape put on the headphones and find a little joy. Set aside your cynicism set aside the desire to hate on everything and criticize everything and just enjoy it because that's what the song is about. That's what the song is for and an embrace that lab burst of energy that we need to move us onto the end of twenty twenty and let's hope 2021. Hopefully when we get right, they're getting ready to celebrate a New Year I. I have songs going to be blaring the songs going to be playing. Hopefully, we can actually even be at New Year's Eve parties. Hopefully, we can be in clubs dancing hopefully that can happen mean I, don't know. But wherever we are however, we have to celebrate the New Year I think the song will be right there on many playlist and on many turntables..
"bt" Discussed on Back To Back
"See I see all this folks every now and again and I. It's great memory like an amazing memory and that was really to the first time I ever super flexed on my stutter editing technique. On a record that a lot of people her that's interesting. Yes. So it's a special record for me for sure. Yeah that's it. I. Never Thought about that because of course now that you say that I can hear those stutter at it's all over that record. But for a lot of people just a year average pop fan maybe that was the first time they had heard something like that. I I would think I would think that it is you know and. It was just it was so much fun to do that, and there's just a really great. Fun. Time. In my life to like during that when that came out Michael Jackson. Asked me to come play at his birthday party right after that and so what was that like? Was Crazy man he sent a helicopter and got picked up and got to fly out to. To Michael to Neverland and. He was just Incredible guy and. I got to watch. This is a crazy story I watched the. Party evanger Holyfield fight with Michael Jackson and Mike Tyson in Michael's movie theater was a crazy experience and Michael actually sang for me alone. We alone for a moment he was sitting on the wall in front of his theater and I said, you know I'm a fan since I kid like you have no idea how much I love you music would would you sing something for me and he just sat there on a sitting on his wall and? Improvised and it was still to this day like one of the most more marketable things I've ever heard my wife and I like I. Almost got chills just hearing. You say that it was amazing, fuck? Yeah. I almost don't Wanna ask because that's such a that's an amazing memory right there. Honestly I feel like how do you feel is there anything else? We haven't covered anything else you want to get out there before we wrap it up here. I didn't I mean I'm I feel really good about this I'm I'm really excited some of the stuff that we touched on that. Are you know inflection points for artists? It always makes me feel good when in an interview you get to like even one thing like that we nailed a bunch of them where I feel like if you're someone listening to this podcast and I was an artist of any sort I, would feel like, oh, man, I really got something out of it. You know so. Feel like Oh man I i. think we do good. Yeah. That's good. Man I think we're done we gotta do more but thank you so much for being so generous with your time and I really enjoyed this me to Williams. So Nice to meet you man and I. Hope we can do this in person like when things get to normal, we'd love to have you out. Oh absolutely men. Yeah. Once we're back to normal let's let's grab dinner. That'd be great. I love that. Sound great man. Thank you so much. Take care. Okay. Take care of. Alright that show sat out to be great to have you on man for everybody out there listening don't forget bts new album the lost art of longing. It is out right now go hit the link in the description of this episode you can go grab that follow bt keep up to date with everything he's doing you can also keep up today with me I'm add willie joy or at back-back pod on all social media or back to back pod. gmail.com is the email address if you want to reach out directly with any questions, comments, concerns, artists. You'd like to see on the show all of that just hit me up. You can also come join the back to back discord. I would love to have you join. That's my server might chat. I, mean there every single day we've got a great group of folks come in there. Let us know what's going on in your life what music you're listening to. If you make music, let us know what you're working on post something up get some feedback connect with other producers, drop us some memes whatever you're feeling. We WanNa have you the link for. That is also in the description as always my name is Willy Joy i WanNa thank you for listening. I. Hope You enjoyed this one I hope you're doing well out there i. hope you are staying safe and healthy and sane and happy I. Hope Whatever you're working on whatever you're hoping on right now I hope it's moving for you. I hope it's progressing I. Hope you know just generally things are going. Well, that's what I'm wishing for you this week as for me I am recording a lot of episodes. This month I really got a little. Overzealous telling my team to schedule this. But on the plus side, what that means is they're going to be a lot of excellent episodes coming down the pipeline for you and Yes. Some more stuff I'm really excited to share in the weeks to come. So until then take care of yourself, take care of the people around you. I'm thinking about you guys himmy up anytime at Willie joy or at back-back pod on all social media and that is it. I will talk to you next week for back to back. This is willie joy peace..
"bt" Discussed on Back To Back
"Sent out for you and so I sat down, we're just all talking and I opened it, and there's a letter and so I started reading the letter and like a paragraph in I just stopped and I said you guys have to hear this after read it out loud and says couple page-long long letter and I read the letter, all four or five pages of it and by the end of it, all of us. At the table had tears streaming down her face and was this truly this no hyperbole like all of us were crying by the end of this letter and it was someone that had and I don't want to say his name was subsequently come to know him who had he fought he did he's done multiple tours, but he fought in in Iraq and He was seriously injured a traumatic brain injury and in. Some very serious injuries and he came back and was rehabbed at Walter Reed, and during the time period of his rehabilitation all you listen to is this binary universe and he said this record gave me the courage to go on and I feel like this record helped me to heal I listen to it when I was sleeping I listened to it when I was working to all and it was just it was so powerful this letter and then in the box was this man's Purple Heart Sent me his purple heart man it was like one of the heaviest most amazing things that has ever happened to me. But so it's a strange strange thing I've heard from so many special operators when I've played in. San Diego. All top because there's were the seals trained there. There would be guys that would come out every single show with the run out there huge beers. They're getting deployed the next week or whatever, and they'd come out for kind of their last night out in. These are people that I'd be. I'd hear from on facebook and. And some of whom you know didn't. Didn't come back you know and and. and. But just remarkable that that. Just, so wild thing that Don, group of people in my fans they love that that sound of music and they always talk about how click calms soothing and calms down in like how complex some of the percussion stuff is funny. A friend of mine A friend of mine WHO'S A scientists? He's been on me now for years good friend of mine who grew up with Hamid Ganden. It's like my brother actually he said to me for years. He said there's a white paper in there. He's like we actually need to study this because you're the same story so many times over and over again about people convalescing listening to this music, he's like there's Some neurological thing that's happening with the complexity, the refresh rate of all these crazy microcosmic things you'd like there's something going on there that like his actually quantifiable and says, he's been on me for years about US doing some kind of double blind study or a white paper around that style of music and the people that gravitate towards it. So any rate long stretch. Yeah you know there's these two dominant things in the records that idea the sounds and so yeah, it has been a minute since since a dance record and it's been a minute since I've I've wanted to do that to you know I started this probably seats not that long to me either. So. Twenty thirteen like I started this record in twenty twenty now. So I started this record in late twenty sixteen. So it's not I mean it always takes me three to four years to make a record. One of the CO writers on this Paul Harris he's absolutely genius. And Him and his partner Cy these guys we wrote a song on the album called the war. Eireann Manzini. Sings on his amazing singer and we started talking about it in two thousand seventeen I was just looking at some of the emails and I said Hey guys. Okay. So here's the deal I would love to write a song with you love the songs that you guys right? Okay. I want everybody I want to calibrate everybody's expectations from jump properly this. Won't come out for three to four years and the you know the joking back and forth. Yeah. Sure. Whatever bt and I'm like, no, I'm serious. So you can't share snippets of this on social media like this is going to be three to four years from that because I know how that cycle works. So anyway, it has been a minute you're right so. But done a bunch of stuff in between well known. Just, here you know, I get exhausted here. You talk about all these different things and you know it's interesting. You talk about how you know some people know you from one world some people know you from different thing and you've mentioned two things which is writing software and also composing for film and. For the people who don't know, you're quite accomplished in both of those realms I mean for film. I think the first film you scored was the movie go is that right in the nineties and you've also done the original fast and furious and and a bunch of other scores for software a probably the most famous correct me if I'm wrong is the stutter edit. going. On And stutter at it to just came out and you know we don't have time to go down the list of every single thing. But how did you? How did you come to both of those? You know both composing for Film and Writing Software in the midst of what was already busy music career for you. It's interesting and it. It's funny because because there's a thread this, there's a thread that weaves through this conversation about me as a kid in all of this which is. My my early life was all studying classical music. So you know. I mentioned that you know I studied Piano Suzuki method under this amazing woman fehb honor, and then I studied with a gentleman named serious flaw. who is a phenomenal phenomenal classical composer He's still alive. He's in his nineties and. Every now and again, and he's still composing a brilliant brilliant man. That's cool. Yeah. He was playing me Bartok and Stravinsky and Penderecki in like crazy atonal and alien terrific composers when I was eight nine years old because he thought I can handle them like my friends you know we're studying. The Bees, right? Bach. Brahms, Beethoven. All this stuff and I was listening to compositions for Hiroshima. By PENDERECKI, this crazy like quarter tunnel just like I mean wall of Mental Alia, Torok music, and so my whole early life was all was all classical music. So when when I was a young Teenager. Very young basically like after I turned ten, my pet interest in music was English new wave and then I stumbled onto the kind of early break dancing culture music, and therefore found everything from. Depeche Mode New Order and Howard Jones all the way through to Craft Work Con Cabaret Voltaire and Africa. And Man Perish and nucleus and all that early New York. break-dancing stuff, and so I was so riveted in fascinated by these early electronic sounding records that. I an analysis I was interested in. Computers, and it was around that time about eleven twelve years old where you know mowing lawns shoveling driveways, delivering papers and I. Bought my first computer IBM fifty fifty. It's in the back of the room right back there her nose and. And that computer I learned a program called Voyager sequencer loss gold on it was my first sequencer I rebuilt. The medal taught me about. Dawson compiling things I learned to program in basic, and then basic a eventually in cobol and I taught some of I taught some folks that my dad worked with. I tutored them pass cow when I was young teenager. So as really into computers and computer programming, and then eventually into synthesizers because of these, you know, English new wave records as I mentioned and break dancing music..
"bt" Discussed on Back To Back
"They thought I was GONNA be in the Gutter on heroin some day and you know what I mean the all these because their parents weren't didn't weren't educated my my. And they were a fascinating people to and not like they were uneducated but they weren't my parents who had like by their bootstraps, put themselves through school, and so they wanted they wanted that for their kids and I clearly was not going that I interestingly about me. As, an adult I've come to learn that. I am as far. ADHD as you can get without being sort of on spectrum. So okay. If I was if I was a kid now I would be so incredibly medicated as the probably be nonfunctional. Fortune of growing up in the eighties when that was not as as as. Accepted of a practice and not saying that that's not good and necessary for for kids but. What happened because of that was and those of you listening to this watching this have adhd in. AD will know that there is this almost like quantum superpower that comes from add adhd of an ability to hyper focus. So. It's it's funny because you know attention deficit disorder attention hyperactive deficits whatever right with Johnny is. The way that I always think of it is it's It's a failure if you will to pay attention what everybody else wants you to pay attention to. But if you're giving something, you want to pay attention to you can do it until you drop literally Intel you white yourself or are dying of starvation right you. It's a superpower of sorts so. So I've had this ability to hyper my entire life on music and computers and coding and technology in Electron IX and composition, and it's it's served me remarkably well. So to those people watching or listening to this that have been given this seal that feels like some kind of stigma that you have Adhd I say to you that this is a remarkable gift of sorts. When you find the thing, you're most passionate about. So there's that piece and then the other weird little piece is that on the Myers Briggs Personality test I am the strange. Unicorn personality. Called an I N T J and three people just threw something at their screen that are also. Parents make up less than one percent of the population, and once you know one, you can ever kind of unknow one at such a specific sort of personality and has a lot to do with I. Mean it's kind of like that. Tan Crossing with the ADHD is. Me In a nutshell. So you can read about that if you if indeed I guarantee some people listening to and watching this, there will be some on here in the wildest thing about this last little kind of blow on this conversation is the wildest thing about this is at one point we did a thing and we were talking about you know Myers Briggs. Love languages, all these interesting kind of personality tests, any Graham and I posted that. Jay and Again, mind you this is the rarest weirdest person and not like this. Great either it has great things. There's a dark side to it too. So it's like we have to keep ourselves in a very. Congruent place to be high functioning I N T J's but were very interesting bunch, and we can be incredibly creative and do some remarkable things if for self regulated and focused. So all that being said, we posted about it and don't. We're literally hundreds of people that said, I've never met another I n Tj of fans and it was weird like almost like you know people are drawn to something in. What they have this sort of sense memory. Ve almost of this thing that they are just by listening to what it was a wild thing some. Yeah. By listening to something made by a similar person. That's interesting. Yeah. In there's something to about. about both of these things we just talked about that I think that people. That have adhd are. It's it's remarkable. How much negative stigma there is around add adhd. Insofar as you know all of this, this kid is you know hyper we can't get into pay attention and he's freaking out and he's like the problem is is you've not exposed that child yet to something they want to pay attention to. Find that you're not going to be able to get them away from I'm telling you literally as a superpower, but there's there's something about that piece. That's specifically adhd piece. That is I think that people have adhd. You really really appreciate complexity it like intricacy in work whether it's carpentry or painting or music that they really enjoy. If they're music fans, they really enjoy nuanced complexity in work and I think that out of that, that is something that draws a a lot of people to. Stuff that I because it's it's very methodical and there's so much detail in it than it's preposterous at times so. Right. Yeah. Yeah and I mean it if that was you from an early age I think that makes a lot of sense because you went on to to go to Berkeley College of Music when you were also pretty young right like fifteen or sixteen. Yeah. Something like that and you know even going on from that I think the fact that not only that you are able to sort of find that secret thing whatever it was that unlike the key that you could sort of hyper focus but that your parents eventually must have sort of come around to support you and get that early start. I feel like that probably made a big difference in your overall career you know yeah it there's not there's absolutely no question. It did the there's no question and it's it's a nice memory for me to remember because there were actual moments where I saw my parents I can vividly remember it with my mom. I. Brought my mom and my aunt to. Austria tour of Australia in the nineties and. Were with me and I was playing in I think in Sydney and we oversold the show's crazy and twenty five, thousand people. There is supposed to be like that. Max Capacity was twenty one thousands of the Docklands is. The crowd spilled out there to open the doors and thousands of people were like outside the hangar and stuff and I remember performing and looking over at my mom and seeing the smile on my mom's face and how how proud she was. Thinking what a personal victory that like my whole experience in that show wasn't about the audience. At all it was about watching my mom who for I, think probably and not like my parents haven't believed in my parents have been so incredibly supportive but they've also been terrified and I think in many times not wanted to encourage it because they've been worried what will happen to our smart kid that could be a doctor right and now so see my mom's face in that show and like the smile on her face and I just watched her watching the show and I realized sort of in that moment that my mom understood, what I do and got it and was on board united ways into. My career at that point but it was a pretty special man I. still remember it like is happening..
"bt" Discussed on Back To Back
"Here On the East Coast as well too, and so because I do a lot of film stuff I'm probably there about a week month, and so we've got a lot of close friends and I mean close to. Family they're actually in Los Angeles as well too and so. I miss it when we're when we're not there and I lived full-time in Los Angeles for ten twelve years and. I started to get. I didn't like living there full-time if I'm being totally honest about it. It's really really difficult place to live. A lot of people you know you put in your time you're there for you know sort of crucial number of years, and then a lot of people end up getting out again man you're you're you're absolutely right about that I. Mean I can't even tell you how right you are about that I have so many friends that have done their time there they kind of establish their career in a way that they're happy and proud of in his sustainable and then they're like on thanks but no thanks with all the you know home robberies and traffic and no. Thank you. You know so. It's A. It's a tough place loon especially with what's going on now. Is like a safety issue in Los Angeles and P something did he pulled don't like talking about but in everywhere in Los Angeles there it's it's. Safety issues honestly I mean most major cities man yet. So it's a little hairy. I mean even for me living in the heart of DC in DC by the numbers is not as bad as a lot of places but. It feels a bit weird to be so close to so many people right now. Yeah absolutely. I. Totally. Hear you. I really do so. So you know and I love I love California I. Love I. Love being there but I did my I did my full time time there and so. It's it's really nice if we live in a place that is just very peaceful in us I, mean we're so thankful during this time in particular the you know our family were able to just walk outside in our neighbors have cows and horses and stuff, and so That's great. You know we get our eggs from an amish farm. You know a couple miles from here in our vegetables and fruits from. Local co OPS. Man Yeah. Great, did you grow up in an environment like that a little bit more rural? I didn't it's a great question I grew up actually in Rockville Maryland and I was born in I was born and raised while I was born in Columbia Maryland and raised in Rockville and I went to you know the area so you'll know some of these things. That knows the the sort of Maryland DC Virginia area will will know of some of the things that we're going to talk about now. So I grew up you know in. The sort of lower middle class suburbs in the eighty s and rode my bike to what at the time was called Montgomery Mall. Fortunate enough to get a scholarship. To land in and I went to a private boys school and I studied at the Washing Conservatory of Music in. In. DC and. Eggs, right? Yeah. I started there when I was seven turning eight and started Pinot before that I, I studied with. US, a handful of local teachers, a woman emf Bonner, who was just amazing in crazily to fe Bonner also taught you wanna hear a small world thing. Bonner also taught. My friend that scored breaking bad. Oh, how how crazy is that and we didn't know one another here and but we grew up in the same area with same piano. Teacher. So that tells you something about How how lucky we were students to have some of these teachers anyway Yeah. I grew up in suburban said in Maryland and and. I went. So here's the story is when I signed my first record deal, which is a long sort of this route to that place. But when that happened in England in the early nineties you know I sign my record deal and A lot of friends had signed record deals. They talked took their album advance and the I don't know what they did. They went on vacation or spent money on sneakers or something, and I said Okay I you know I was raised by two academics and I said, okay I barely but I do have enough money for the down payment on a house and. By that time Rockville had really built up. I couldn't buy a house in that area they had gotten to be too expensive. So I looked out in the country in an area that I'm new well and was familiar with, and so I settled on a place in in the country here in the crazy thing is to. Bought it this early nineties about an old farmhouse, but it had a lot of land and. And it was all I could afford you know maxed out all I could afford but now it's crazy because civilization has come on agricultural preserved. So civilization has come up to. Fifteen miles of us, and this is like this coveted place and you would have never thought it was like a dirt road. When I when I got got this out here but I was lucky enough to hang onto it while I was living in Los Angeles full. and. Rent it out and stuff, and then when I moved back here for most of the time. Spent a lot of time gutting it and making you know my studio I'm sitting in now and and. Beautiful Studio. Thank. Humana appreciate it. That's my dream room. It really is like You know I've never even had a sound treated room before. So really never never in my life I always worked in basements or attics or guest bedrooms her closets never sound treatment. I've never had so fit mounted speakers that's really interesting of always worked in rooms with parallel walls so. The the music that I've made in this room, this room is unforgiving in the best possible way. So it's funny to speakers. I. You can't see them from this angle if you're interested, I can turn them around show you them. But I HAVE ATC SOFA mounted speakers in this room with to Quad. Subs and they're in this crazy wall that leans on a fourteen and a twenty seven degree with his trapezoid and build out a bomb at these. These guys are artists that built this room and anyway, these speakers are so unbelievably unforgiving I can't. I can't listen to old music of mine in this right all I hear is mistakes. And they're like mastered records that have been released fans love and I'm like Oh God this horrible node one, seventy on this record like they're totally unforgiving flung. It's funny to think about you as somebody who I think of is you know such a such a techie person. So interested in in hardware and getting in the guts of something it's funny to think about you for so long working in untreated rooms and rooms where. The the text was sort of out of your control. Yeah. I mean it's such a great point. You know it's funny too because I focused so much more on learning harmony and theory and Counterpoint and Songwriting, and production, and engineering, and recording techniques, and all these kind of things that I never insent assists and sound design and all these different disciplines and I never thought my work would be so much easier if I didn't have to print a Mexican then go listen to it in the car and listen on headphones and listen Airbud air pods listening all these environments if you just have something where you can really hear what's actually happening you immediately make. The right decisions. You're just like Oh. Okay. That's wrong. Let's fix. That needs little compression. That's why there's some forty hertz in that thing too much ten cain this whatever Blah Blah and it just makes things so much more immediate between having this incredible my dream room and things. Over the last five years or so having basically what for my intensive purposes is like my version modern version of a clavier which is my. PC AUDIO LABS With. You know three thousand track contact auto load with audio over Ip to my my main, MAC Is these things like this have been life changing like. I can do a mix in this room in a half an hour that I'm confident about and like somebody might not like the piece of music but you know obviously mixing it something I.
"bt" Discussed on Back To Back
"We can Kinda just hop into it and I wanted to. . Yeah I WANNA talk about the new album all of that. . But you know talking about sort of staying close to home and being I think it's rare for somebody who does what you do to to not be in L.. . A.. . Or to not be in New York and <hes> it's just interesting. . Do you do you find you know working on music? ? Does the place you are? ? Does that affect your thought process you're writing process? ? Does it affect your output? ? It's such a terrific question. . So I think that where we live in, , it's one of those funny things i. . full disclosure I was raised by a psychiatrist so. . My mom is a brilliant doctor, , and so I use a lot of what's called I think in. . Seki I trick vernacular psycho babble would say official term. . Fair warning <hes> but I do think there's an interesting. . It's an interesting thought threatened insofar as. . You know it's one of those things that people say, , Oh, , it's not where you are what kind of your internal locus, , what's going on inside you and of course, , there's there's truth in that but it's sort of a a both hand I think in that it really does affect especially for. . That are are artists and our job is to kind of absorb our environment and sort of. . Purge that through whatever are medium artistic medium is and so I think it does have a pretty profound impact on you where you live if you're artistically inclined and so interestingly, , we we split our time between the Eastern and the West Coast we have a place in <hes> in l. a., , and then we have a place. . Here On the East Coast as well too, , and so because I do a lot of film stuff I'm probably there about a week month, , and so we've got a lot of close friends and I mean close to. . Family they're actually in Los Angeles as well too and so. . I miss it when we're when we're not there and I lived full-time in Los Angeles for ten twelve years and. . I started to get. . I didn't like living there full-time if I'm being totally honest about it. . It's really really difficult place to live. . A lot of people you know you put in your time you're there for you know sort of crucial number of years, , and then a lot of people end up getting out again man you're you're you're absolutely right about that I. Mean . I can't even tell you how right you are about that I have so many friends that have done their time there they kind of establish their career in a way that they're happy and proud of in his sustainable and then they're like on thanks but no thanks with all the you know home robberies and traffic and no. . Thank you. . You know so. . It's A. . It's a tough place loon especially with what's going on now. . Is like a safety issue in Los Angeles and P something did he pulled don't like talking about but in everywhere in Los Angeles there it's it's. . Safety issues honestly I mean most major cities man yet. . So it's a little hairy. . I mean even for me living in the heart of DC in DC by the numbers is not as bad as a lot of places but. . It feels a bit weird to be so close to so many people right now. . Yeah absolutely. . I. . Totally. Hear . you. . I really do so. . So you know and I love I love California I. . Love I. . Love being there but I did my I did my full time time there and so. . It's it's really nice if we live in a place that is just very peaceful in us I, , mean we're so thankful during this time in particular the you know <hes> our family were able to just walk outside in our neighbors have cows and horses and stuff, , and so <hes>. . That's great. . You know we get our eggs from an amish farm. . You know a couple miles from here in our vegetables and fruits from. . Local co OPS. . Man Yeah. . Great, , did
"bt" Discussed on Back To Back
"How are you how we doing out there how we feel in this week middle of August it is hot out tensions are high I. Hope Wherever you're at whatever you're doing whatever life looks like on the ground for you. I hope you're finding some time for yourself. Some calm in the ocean of craziness that is going on right now, and if I can be so bold if you're looking for some inspiration. Some help with this week's episode this week's guest. This was special. I've got bt on the show this guy's brain man. I'm telling you. You'll find out in a minute. This was a this was a good one bts got a brand new album out right now called the lost art of longing. It just dropped last week you know bt has been responsible for a lot of classic music in his career. We talk about that title and the concept behind it the lost art of longing we talk about that a lot actually in the conversation you're about to hear you know aside from his electron music albums he's also a film composer He. Did the score for movies like go movies like the original fast and furious and many many more. He scored the Oscar winning movie monster and on top of that, he's also a super accomplished software engineer. He's probably best known in that world for his stutter edit plug in which you have definitely heard a lot of music from your favorite producers not to mention in projects like stranger things you can hear stutter at it being used for the sound design in there and then you know onto Oh, just a little thing called Star Wars Yeah. They're using his software as well. So bt has a lot going on you know. For me, I grew up hearing his early anthem songs like seeming you know those were playing at the Raves I was going to when I was sixteen years old the movement in still life album came out in the early two thousands I. Know is super meaningful for a lot of people in my life. So to get to talk to a guy with just so much going on man it was super interesting i. think there really is something for everybody in this conversation, we'll get to that in just a second before we do. You know what we gotta do I gotTa give a shout out to everybody out there who has been helping. To spread the word about this show, you know word of mouth is how we grow every single week. I tell you if you want to support this show if you like what I am doing over here at back to back the best way to do that is quick and it is free all you gotta do is help us spread the word. Let people know they should be tuning into this show I love it. When I see people turning new listeners on this show I, love watching the awesome community that is built up around us in the last few years and I love meeting all you guys to connecting with everybody out there. That's one of my favorite things to do. So anytime I, see US getting tag getting mentioned I'm at Willie Joy, and the show is at back-back pod by the way on all social media anytime I see that I'm going to be replying re posting your content generally chatting getting to know you saying hi and beyond saying, hi, the other thing I wanna tell you to do come join the back to back discord. That's my server. That's my chat. I'm in there every single day we've got a great group of people and we would love to add you to our little community. We're in there every day talking about music talking about life. If you're a music producer there's an area where you can share your music, get feedback connect with other producers if you're not and you just WanNa come talk about the music, you love if you just WanNa talk about whatever's going on in your life that's what we're here for. So come over, hang with us the link for that is in the description of this episode. Also, in that link, you're GonNa find the ways you can follow bt connect with him, keep up to date with everything he's doing as well as finally you'll find a couple of links to some important organizations for social justice you know just to keep on top of. What's happening in this world to get involved if you are so inclined, all of that is going to be in the description of this episode. So when I caught up with bt, he was at home at his amazing studio that he's built out there he was in the middle of doing a bunch of things getting ready to launch his new album. It took us a while to find the right time to get everything set but man once we locked in, we really locked in talking to him was fun man it felt like playing a game of pinball like everything we were saying to each other was just lighten up stuff in. Our brains you I think you could tell of us were were having a pretty good time with this. You know with a career like his there's there's almost too much to cover in one conversation, but I think we did pretty good. We had to dish out a lot of advice for people trying to get involved with the music industry and overall man just what a fascinating story what an interesting guy. So the album lost art of longing it is our right now you gotta go grab that hit the Lincoln the description once you've finished listening to this but for now let's do it. This is me and bt back-to-back. Lesko. We can Kinda just hop into it and I wanted to. Yeah I WANNA talk about the new album all of that. But you know talking about sort of staying close to home and being I think it's rare for somebody who does what you do to to not be in L.. A.. Or to not be in New York and it's just interesting. Do you do you find you know working on music? Does the place you are? Does that affect your thought process you're writing process? Does it affect your output? It's such a terrific question. So I think that where we live in, it's one of those funny things i. full disclosure I was raised by a psychiatrist so. My mom is a brilliant doctor, and so I use a lot of what's called I think in. Seki I trick vernacular psycho babble would say official term. Fair warning but I do think there's an interesting. It's an interesting thought threatened insofar as. You know it's one of those things that people say, Oh, it's not where you are what kind of your internal locus, what's going on inside you and of course, there's there's truth in that but it's sort of a a both hand I think in that it really does affect especially for. That are are artists and our job is to kind of absorb our environment and sort of. Purge that through whatever are medium artistic medium is and so I think it does have a pretty profound impact on you where you live if you're artistically inclined and so interestingly, we we split our time between the Eastern and the West Coast we have a place in in l. a., and then we have a place..
"bt" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"More those. Yeah I'm the president of the our infant club. Now that's a nice nice guys. BTS just here they're just hiding in the The freight elevator the elevator large enough to hold them all about how perfect their skin is. My Gosh I wanted to ask the question and I wanted to see who could give us tips. I don't know it looks good this big red pimple. Minos I'm like Oh God I will tell you I thought I'm like okay. So is coming in today and they always kind of finding wild and they have colored hair and stuff. I'm like what are we. Should I wear so of course I wore something a nine year. Old Boy would wear. I love they liked it. They compliments are like I like your style me to anyway. They were great and I. I knew that we would love him there. But I'm telling on you again. This story is more than just. Bt as it's also about the bt US army. I mean their fans are just the nicest nicest and I tell you what. I'll make a promise to you if you're a big fan of bt yes you just discovered who they are today now your new fan. I promise you we will always always back them and will always support them. It will always love what they're about because they really are about some cool stuff and to whoever sent those cupcakes were beautiful day. Have them and they're eating. HR cupcake them cupcakes and we got. It's an ice coffee setup. We should only have artists on that. Have Nice fancy. Send US things. cupcakes green milk. We we had a coffee. They should come up on Monday. I'm serious ours.
"bt" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Before with any other artists. Russell don't don't eat those. Those are okay. I'll may may I say something and I'll just I'll be quick what's great about bt 's as they are seven individual people in even though they're wonderful perform as a group together they're all different and you can tell they're all they all have their unique personalities and the things that mean most to you may not mean the same to him and it's a great thing it's so important to remain true to yourself and that's another message to the arm. It looks as the letter they sent it. That's so cool during crew the NY bts army would like to thank you for inviting CBS to your show. They have taught us to ourselves. Speak Ourselves and be ourselves peace. Pass our love to them there. You go wow I know. They're really great. So what else can the bt US Army expect from you guys the rest of this year old Yvonne Kadarshian glomming today. So there's GonNa be another worldwide worldwide stadium tour right and we won't be performing at in the Ross Ball stadium like a met that life in here maybe soldier field in Chicago. We have these stadiums in June as. Yeah it was may yeah. Yeah it's like one of those months I would. If I had the schedule I would be worn out. I think that's that's that's so incredible. And so what are your feelings of New York City do you. Do you like our city. Is it dirty stinky New York. Is You know where where it all started. You know the music pop up all status owes like one of our. What is it like this one of our one of the best city that we always wanted to come Ryan Lucas off the mood and actually the weather you do? Yeah I started by the mood. Well Yeah it's it's it has his own you know. New York's move it. Has it smell well themselves visitors. Okay you can say whatever you want maybe the. Maybe it's me I don't know and what about The night you into the the grammy's how much fun was that Gremio. Yeah you look like you were you were such you. We're loving all the singers. All the artists on stage. He was so into it. Yeah that was her post on the grammy. Yeah Trey all of the Shawn Mendez. All of the there are idols. And we're fans of them so we didn't want to use the bathroom Shawn Mendez. Always we just didn't mean to us. Yeah I'M THE TRANSLATOR IS I. I was in the room in in the bathroom. I'm saying they're like outside like washing hands. I was like inside. And they're like where's being quiet and I want to see what's happening over there. That must feel really really great. When Shawn Mendez recognizes you and it's like Shawn Mendes? He's yeah so we're friends that all of course the so. The new song with Halsey yeah so halls. The is a friend of ours as well. He's been listening to our show and she was a little girl girl right right and so when we heard you did this song with her. We couldn't play. I'M GONNA play it in just a second because it's fantastic So I'll get that on in just a second. Is there anything else you WANNA say to your to your not only your bts fan army but to people who are just now getting to know what bts is all about this is about If you become bts fine if you become the army so you know you know what you found out what this song is truly about In Two thousand fourteen released a song called boy in love. And that's bad like a young love and teen love and this time you know we grow. We grew up. We we sang about what what the true love is. It's comes from like a tiny little things. We wonder what your day is wonder what she eats. Wonder what you're doing right now. How you guys spend your day so it's about like a tiny little no petty things? So that's what we call. That's what we found what what's loves about. That's cool so about the love love. And he's called boy we love Housi- so big love is really a bunch of small little things. Yes so Saturday night live tomorrow night. You're going to be live live on TV if you make a mistake you know. I served Colombo. We're nervous uh-huh thank you so much for coming by. Thanks for sharing your story and it's so unique if I can. I've been around a long time. Let me give you one word of advice. Stay Yourself. Don't let anyone try to trick you into doing something that isn't uniquely you that that's your message that we learned from you. I'm giving it back to you. Stay the stay the same as you are now and you will continue to fly into outer space. It's really great thank you. That's exactly.
"bt" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"I have never seen anyone light of the phase the way BT as it out or sold out because of them jingle ball his beat the a's and loud with make a right on the it was easy he is known to I just on the you sold more than ever we you BTS and loud would make a right on.
"bt" Discussed on Popcast
"I'm curious especially in this big context of the BTS message. Right. Can you talk about where that song fits in? Or how it how it fits in in these it? What's it in dialogue with because it feels like it didn't dialogue the previous album love yourself. Her was a bit more. I it had songs like DNA, which is sort of about owning who you are and yourself. There's it's called DNA. My job, which I really love. I think you know, it's kind of like they're almost they're flexing song and that way too. But then fake love, you know, I think embodies that idea, you know, that came with with of yourself tears that, you know, there's not this sense of everything is great in a relationship in a friendship. Whatever might be. There could be those elements that that don't fully come together. Instead of you know, accepting it as it is or kind of moving forward. You know, their whole thing is about ownership and wanting to be up front about things. So they're saying I'm so sick of this fake love. I'm so sorry, but it's fake of. But even that level of skepticism, I find it moving to that. I wanna I wanna hear that tension. I wanna hear and I think sometimes is so grand grand scaled in. So kind of always on turn to eleven. I I want to hear some of that emotional skepticism running through now, exactly. And that's something that I think I'm really glad that they released it as a single in that sense because you know, again, if k pop a my opinion kind of gets us unfair tag of kind of. Being you know, whatever, you know, if you look at the Lear X, and you think it's just, you know, surface, e whatever pop music, and that way, something like fake love can kind of be like, wait a minute. You know, this isn't just like even looking at the song titles. You know? It's not like party. It's not Mike drops. It's like oh fake love heck right about. So I think it was really nice that if fans knew that from their music and the past that finally a larger audience could could get to see that too. And it became their first billboard hot one hundred top ten thousand one that was the first first time I so far only top ten, but I have a feeling. All right move on slightly from BTS because I feel like I want to cover some more ground, but to just quickly transition out. So at the end of the show and looted this little bit earlier. So are M for each of the members kind of gave a I don't know. A brief valedictory at the end of the show. Thank you moment. Soaking it in moment, RAM said some things that I was very personally. Very yes. I love this. So I'm just reading I don't have the whole thing in front of me. Just the parts that I quoted in my review. So he's talking about being New York, which is quote, the place where the music that changed. My life was first born that's very relatable. And then he was talking about the theme of the group about self love. And the theme of these records. They said something that I don't think I've heard really any say in such a still fashion. He says it feels like I'm using you guys to love myself. Just as a sidebar. That's right. And then he says, please use me please use BTS to love yourself. Like, a you know, if I was fourteen I lose my mind, losing my vibe. It was. So I found it. So just you know, I feel like people say really cliche things at concerts. And that felt like a non cliche file my gosh. I feel like that's a very self-aware popstar in that way. You know, like who says that the, you know, in that way? And I thought it was just very eloquently put out, you know, it can't remember English is not this guy's first language, and but even to express it in that way. I thought was really quite amazing again, these themes of self low of any no wanting to preach, you know, you can say that all he wants. But then when the artists themselves takes what they're practicing says how what their art is doing to make them realize what they that was just sort of the two point five point. Oh, whatever kind of level, and yeah, I'm glad you picked up on that. It was very to just incredibly just like a very elegant way of explaining the feedback loop of of affection between an artist and a fan, right? Right. And that's something that I think a lot of artists a lot of borders. Take for granted. Unit. Directional, it doesn't it's not like a dialogue. And that's the thing is I think, you know, these guys have to know that you know, army the BT us army. I mean, by far the most savvy well organized fan group, I think I've ever seen. I mean, even I still remember in like twenty oh my gosh. Like twenty thirteen twenty fourteen them reaching out. And just just even asking if I you know, as as a writer, whatever would wish one of their members happy birthday Twitter. I'm like nobody, you know, like like, they still they were always looking to kind of help their members shine help help this group shine and just they have. I mean, of course, BTS knows this. But, you know, not every group is BT s and and I think, you know, as kind of get into it more, you know, maybe later in this episode. You know, K pop is is having this moment, of course. And and it's larger but BTS accomplished with BTS. A conflict because they're BTS at that. That fan base is with BT us for reason. And I think there's there's so much more that goes into that rather than than than them just being k pop quote, unquote. Right. They have they have established themselves in so many different ways. And I'm glad that we got to kind of breakdown down certainly the raw talent in BT S's. Hi is a very high level. Yes. Great looking guys. Great singing dancing. But I do think there's of course, something quite a bit deeper. Yeah. That's what the fans pick up on. This is talking about RAM. We are in the week of Manos year on oh here that is the RAM solo EP or album. Let's listen to Seoul. Chop
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"And we'll link to that in the show notes okay back to you elizabeth and bt 's yes you know that phenomena where you'll learn a new word or new concept and then you'll see it everywhere you'll keep noticing it on the box of books and stuff that's like bts in the internet for me when i was looking for my ideal bad fan fiction with people i don't care about and it so i don't feel bad about reading it niche i ended up finding beats yes fan fiction and i'm like oh well this is surprisingly large or something i've never heard of and i'll like people on what pad will leave these little notes and comments to their audience seeing all the stuff like are me and alva qters names and like this is very very deep okay so this is huge by not seen it before and i'm like okay i just hadn't heard of it but i've been seeing it everywhere the whole time like i would browse just random twitter and now that i know what bts his also see like something about and i'm like oh this is everywhere this doesn't baited my internet and i can never unsee it now to say that this exact same thing happened to me after our last episode where i literally never heard of fortnight before you've talked to me about it and now it's everywhere which you know made me feel stupid for not ever noticing before yup but like you just you hear about it and then you're like that's what that dumping i've been ignoring so it's not dumb also i should stop being so judgmental to other people and then you're like that destroys my brand of comedy so you could just go back into this endless cycle of self deprecation to hide the fact that you're horrible person no never mind anyway yeah but bts once you know about it you're going to see it okay so what should we do like earworm where should we do virus alert like i like if you don't wanna know about bts stop listening now okay anyway we're going to tell you yes so it's the letters that's the acronym bt us it's short for we'll they're caught the bank tat boys in the west english speaking countries the literal translation for the acronym is more like bullet the bullet proof boy scouts okay which is also superman ass physically yeah okay i think that's a coincidence but it's also cute that that's basically both of superman's personality traits so that's cool bulletproof is a personality trait but as seven members and it was established in two thousand and thirteen they go under stage names so the first one that i have on my list which is arbitrary is v letter v he is the one of the vocal gut vocals skies there's jongkook he's also vocals jim in also vocals suga who's rap sorry if i'm pronouncing the song it's s u d a yeah i think i've heard pronounced like she'll got yeah r m he was originally rap monster i wonder what he does he changed to r m fairly recently jay hope he's another rapper and then jin is another vocalist so the the seven guys okay and i can name their distinct personality traits despite having only read random pieces of bad fan fiction about them because of how incredible the marketing is to condense these people into really basic personalities but anyway it's the most popular boy band in the world so i went up to a random sixteen year old girl and said hey what's jin hope up to lately she would j j hope she would know what i was talking about maybe maybe on k if you walked up to like an asian canadian goal you're percentage it's a little bit higher if you pulled the general teenage female audience in the world you'd get a pretty high percentage where like oh yeah that thing right i like that thing i care deeply about that thing do not question it do not fight me over the internet on this okay it's kind of scary fan base sometimes i just they're very cool okay don't yell at me please armie stale armies later but they're huge they are massive like when one direction was big and intact view apparently cared about it it's like that but globally okay or.
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"And again that that stat counter bt and research i found it interesting a couple of different points just on the sheer number of it because of the mist tax opportunities for so many of those people in this again comes back down to you know i guess the really the real question is what age demographic is that because my parents coming being children of of the of the depression or very much about having their they're they're being debt free but remember when it comes to not about being debt free about maintaining your current lifestyle so although i have a couple of properties free and clear i'm also of the mindset that it's a function of how you have your money structured having rental properties free and clear where you're receiving rental income could be argued that i have a bond replacement a fixed income strategy in real estate that takes the place of a fixed income strategy when it comes to my portfolio which allows me to be more invested in the markets i have ownership in companies on the stock market on the global stock exchanges that pame pay me a dividend interest as well as gives me growth potential again it's it's an interesting stat and i really wonder if people are really evaluating the leverage side of things at all too often this is this is one of the questions and again this is that unique value add that i might team at odonnellfinancialgroup bring to the table because although i can't guarantee anything i would probably suggest that ninety five.