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"charles dj" Discussed on Con Artists

Con Artists

11:08 min | 6 months ago

"charles dj" Discussed on Con Artists

"Charles had poison then Charles graciously offered to take care of them. He even made sure to look after their passports and valuables while they recovered but suddenly in the middle of December. Charles's scam was derailed Tali Girlfriend showman Karoo had come all the way to Bangkok looking for him and she had arrived right on shawls. Charles surprises doorstep. Coming up Charles's murderous spree goes international. And he begins to form a new. You family podcast listeners. We have a real treat view. If you're a fan of true crime you'll love. On New Trivia Series Kayla knowledge new episodes are released every Tuesday his host Kata to tell him. Oh sure you're a fan of true crime but are you ready to put your skills to the test and be crowned in undisputed expert. Then try your hand at Park. Cast New Trivia podcast killer knowledge every Tuesday to competitors go head to head to correctly answer multiple choice. True crime questions never gains the most points after twenty questions wins all the murder mystery and suspense. You've come to expect from podcast now in a fast paced interactive format each episode dive deep into a different shocking topic from history such as the Manson family Jimmy Hoffa and even Jonestown massacre with each question and answer sure comes additional context surrounding event enlightening even the most knowledgeable true crime lover. You can play by yourself. Challenge your friends and prove your prowess by sharing the results with podcast on social media. You never know you may even find yourself in the hot seat one day. Follow killer knowledge free on spotify. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Now back to the story in the fall of nineteen seventy five thirty not one year old Conman Charles Branch had poisoned over a dozen people calling them out of their personal belongings and stealing their identities. He'd Fleece his victims out of quite a lot of money but soon the simple Khan was no longer enough for Charles. Within a matter of months he killed killed two people including Vittorio Hakeem who he burned to death. Charles thought he got off Scot Free but only a few weeks later. The tallis Gull friend arrived in Bangkok looking for onces when Batali failed to check in with her Charlemagne the main suspected that something had gone awry. She travelled to Bangkok and visited the hotel he had been staying in the front desk informed show main that he had checked checked out and moved in with one along goatee. The Clark gave the address. She raced over to see a fatality. was still there. She asked around the building if anyone had seen her fiance word started to spread. That vitally had gone missing while most people at the the apartment only found this slightly troubling Charles sought as a threat. He decided to act. On December. Fifteenth Nineteen seventy-five Charmaine's naked body was found in the water near Pattaya. The autopsy revealed that she was strangled to death. The bones in her neck were completely shattered. Once it's Charles began cleaning house. It seemed he was unable to stop on December sixteenth. He evicted Hank Batanya. Yeah and Cornelia Hem car the Dutch couple. He had lived in from Hong Kong. They were still dreadfully ill from Charles's poisoning so they did little to fight back when Charles and DJ through them in a car in the middle of the night Charles drove down the road to patio and when they got to a remote section of the highway a he and a J drank the couple out of the car then the two men beat the couple strangled them Dow step bodies with Gasoline Salihi and set them on fire when Charles Dj returned to the apartment smelling of gasoline and covered in dirt. No one seemed to questioned them about their audience. Charles assumed that he had once again got away with murder however in private five it his three other accomplices. Dominique Jahic and Jacques began to suspect that Charles was involved in the deaths of of all of these tourists as they realized Charles may be dangerous situation. Grew all the more tense. Dominique was still recovering from the poison. Charles had given him and Yana conjunction had yet to receive the new passports. They were trapped with a murderer. The suspicions only intensified when on December eighteenth the charred bodies of a young couple were discovered near Pattaya. The papers incorrectly identified the victims as Australians however the three Frenchmen correctly suspected that these were actually thank and Cornelia they knew they needed to flee from Charles as soon as they possibly could luckily for them. They soon got that chance just before Christmas Charles. Ajay Anne Marie used. The Dutch couples possibles to travel to Katmandu and hit the casinos. There Charles met twenty six year old Laurent carrier and twenty nine year old. Connie Joe Bronze which at I runs. It was thrilled to meet Charles when he told her he was agenda. Ella she showed him some precious stones that she had just purchased in Delhi but Charles proclaimed that she had been swindled. Luckily he would be more than happy to go to Delhi and help her right the wrong of course his offered help was merely a smokescreen for more sinister intentions two days after meeting. Charles the young couples burned bodies were discovered just outside of Kathmandu Brunswick had suffered multiple stab wounds and carry as throat was slit. When Charles returned to Bangkok he brought bronze itches gems with him and sold them but when he got back to his apartment Charles discovered his home had been picked clean and his safe had been tampered with when Charles was murdering strangers Interpal? Dominique Jahic and Jacques had broken into the safe and discovered. They're missing passports. The passports were missing pages ages and filled with fake stamps. Charles had obviously been using them with Charles out of town and their passports recovered. The three Eamon fled to the airport fearing for their own lives. They flew to Paris where they told Interpol everything they knew about. Charles Sobhraj Charles panicked. He had no idea what the deposited Frenchman knew where they gone or why they left him in the first place he only knew they had found their passports in his safe therefore they were a threat to him. He stood about the disappearance for some time but there was little he could do. He flew back to Kathmandu hoping to forget his unfortunate turn of events instead instead he walked directly into an ambush in Nepal. He was greeted by the police. They had managed managed connect Charles and Marie to the wrong carrier and Connie Joe. Bronze itches deaths. Once they realize the victims were Westerners. The police questioned various areas hotels about any missing residence. Bronze Itch and carry as names. Came up and witnesses pointed them tools. Charles Marie Charles. Sales of course deflected the police's questions. He claimed he was hanged. Ben Tanya a European professor on Sabbatical Marie was his assistant. Instant Coffee Hamka both denied knowing the two victims. He had their passports to prove it. The police disallow them to walk free for now but wish them to remain nearby for further questioning using this opening Charles. Marie Reunited with Ajay and made for the airport. On New Year's Eve. Nineteen seventy five. The trio left Nepal and landed in Calcutta India. Uh the next few months were well wind of chaos for Charles but he would stay confidence throughout it. All like many Con Artists Lists Charles Embodied Narcissistic personality traits. According to Professor Susan Krauss Whitbourne professor emeritus of psychological and brain brain science at the University of Massachusetts Amherst a key component of narcissism is a feeling of invincibility. The important link between clean the two as Professor Whitmore notes is that people high on narcissism cannot see or admit to that own flaws. It is highly likely that the more he got away with the more times he escaped the hands of justice the more also himself as being invincible. Volt the law. This likely explains why he persistently travelled between locales where he was being pursued and why his behavior grew even riskier for the first three months of nineteen seventy six when he reached Calcutta Charles befriended a young Israeli murdered him him and stole his belongings. He then returned to Bangkok even though he could be connected to four murders there. Instead of lying low he proceeded to drug and American Roberts Grana then stole his passport as well in March nineteen seventy-six Thai police arrived to question Charles about the Keeney mutters as his killings had come to be known yet when they arrived at the apartment to bring him in. Charles also used his new alias Robert Greener as the police were looking for a long goaty. They let him go Weil. A police.

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"charles dj" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

12:30 min | 6 months ago

"charles dj" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"Is clearly super intelligent. Like when you read the lyrics or you listen to the lyrics and you hear them speak in the things they reference so does do that. I interviewed viewed hours. So crushed like this dude is like wow and then another guy that I interviewed and these are both rappers data from the eighties that came out in the eighties. One of whom the one I'm about to tell the story of was like one of the biggest rappers of the air and then the other one was definitely the biggest but not on the level of the about the tell the story so when I go to intervene his dudes and like the one is just like causing a fight with me like do you. YEA dislike challenging. Everything said I'm asking questions he's asking me why I'm asking this question. And the other dude with us now man I was with him. He knows what he's talking about this. Let him he's like he wasn't even going to ask you the question. You keep cutting them off. Let them ask this question so these dues are like fight among themselves about me. It was just it was terrible. That was like those are the only two that really stand out as if being like really really disheartening and really disappointing. But as did you know once you start to move into known people as people dance different level right that was just journalistic. I'm I'm not hanging out with these guys. I'm not knowing them. Just interact with them but as you know like you have a perception based on what people rap about or talk about or in even sing about or whatever then you get to know them and they're like Oh that's not real we're oh right so that's a different level at this appointment But that's also we have to remember. This is like entertainment so it's just different. Now let me touch on something that I believe. Possibly I believe I mean you have experienced at least I have I know that hip hop is a black industry predominantly black industry even though Latinos have been in in front of everybody can and if you look at peachtree style wars and gross movies like that. I've been when I first started because the majority the times when I went to battle the DJ's clubs it was predominantly all black. And sometimes if you will only why they're even though a Mexican right is I was about to say they always say like what are you doing here or not the majority of them but there were you get kind of picked on like that you know the jury get that like You're a white guy. What do you know I mean it still happens the as you know in Youtube comments you'll get that More than anywhere else. But the funny thing was like in in Wa grew up. People knew me because I grew up with them and where I grew up. There's you know it's very racially diverse. So like I. I didn't even understand what racism was was because my parents aren't races and then raised me in that environment. My neighbors were black. My parents had friends of all nationalities. We grew up in a very racially diverse area. And like so it was weird. It wasn't until high school really that I understood like more so that some people were like. Hey Man always a new rap was black dominated of course but it wasn't until high school were then I heard a couple of comments like oh what Soren he thinks he knows this or whatever but literally that was one percent of my experience ninety nine percent my friends encouraged me. You know we all went to shows together. It wasn't any of that with my actual friends and then when I got to college where really hit me because because in Ohio at least in Cincinnati no one knew me so the white people thought I was trying to be black. In a black people thought I was a fraud or or perpetrating or whatever whatever and I was trying to fit in or whatever they thought I was doing but the funny thing about that is you know then one once. They saw my articles in the source. Everybody with my friend. Yeah they then WanNa come to me and the cafeteria sore sawyer article man like. Oh what's come in house is really really. You know they're like oh you really do right for these big places and I'm like yeah I do you know but okay so that it was weird and it's happened you know. Once I got really more in the game then it happened a couple of times but in generally speaking of had thankfully and knock on wood in Oh not much of that and I think a lot of the hardest. They actually are taken aback or surprised. Because I'm white because I'm from in Maryland and because I look I look I guess people are always like just very impressed and surprised that I know so much that I love it so much in that I. I'm here for the music like I don't care who you messed with three girlfriends ago. or WHO's your baby. I don't care about that unless you talk about it in your music but if you're talking about about a and your music I don't care about your personal life or whatever unless it released your music so I think that's really helped me and you know people can tell if they actually talked to me and like no interact with me no me and all that like I love rep favorite thing in the world so I'm only here because because I love rap there's no other reason said no same here I'll wrap of course funk in and all of the music you know it's funny because of a quick story I was in junior high and I remember they were looking for a Bj to play for the noon dances and they put up flyers and what I did ah win and I took them all down because I wanted to be. I wanted to Charles. Dj Yeah so keep in mind we do you have to at the house. My Brother Take the club. DJ At and before he would start would open up doors. He will let me practice our so. I had to twelve hundred and a new mark. Allow you know so. I'm dropping needles and practicing starting off with Bentley's right exactly and what happened. Was I remember I talked to one of the Dean's over there who was in charge and I'm DJ. That's all I kind of light. He knows and he let me share my equipment here. Winter table cassette deck and a mixture with around theater. And I'll I'll do it. That's how I did. But here's the funny part up to that point To most of the popular kids at junior high I was a wetback who don't went back. What do you know stupid as you know? Go back go back to your country order after my first known dance. I had all O'Brien I had the bark as I zapped everything after that. Oh no longer which is funny because when I heard this on the vapors by Biz Markie Pie understood it. Of course you know but yeah no longer welbeck's on graduation. I graduated. Thank thank you so you know what on here when I opened it up by the way does a signed copy of the first person that oath will actually double were forgiven by exhibit. Yes okay thank you exhibit again as always for holding me down and you open it up with schooling. Yes okay. Did you one on one with him on this one. I did it over the phone because he was in Philly but I've been to his house and hung out with him many many times for the people that saw the commercial where he's holding the book and shouted me out. I went to Philly after the book came out because He drew or he had a drawing that he had never published or anything thing and since I'm friends with school yeah just say hey man I got this book coming out. Of course I need to interview but you also have any drawings because people that know Schooley d from you know the a self titled Album or to Saturday night the album and that era he drew office covers and stuff so even the Tobin showed that. Yeah so I asked him I was I. Hey man do you any artwork. That's never been published from that aries. Like Oh yeah and he sent me one. So it's in the book but Schooley I've known him since ninety five so this time didn't sit down with them but I have sat down with him a number of times over the years now when you first met him was he the guy on the songs. Here's the funny story about my first interaction with school. So I've been listening to him. Idolizing him admiring him for so many things which I detail extensively in history rap a lot of his accomplishments and why he so special but the thing is when I was in college is when I interviewed him and I found out who was publicised was listen. I like was tracking his lady. Hound this lady rap sheet Billie Johnson. Junior thank you for this. But he gave me the first time they enter school. So he's like all right. You know go go ahead and interview and when you can interview them so I'm at my parents house it's over the summer in college. In the publicist calls me. And she's like Hey Soren how you doing editor. She's like oh so. Do you still want to interview school day and I was like a course. She's like Oh he's available in two minutes. Can you do it now. And of course this. I title of my favorite rapper ride. I was like cutting the grass or so. I wouldn't like thinking about interviewing aim by of course I'll do it literally. Do Talk to do for like three hours like just because since I was ten eleven twelve years old on these things I always thought about one to talk to him about and at the end of the interview he said to me he goes man. You know I don't like to do a lot of interviews at all. Really do a lot of interviews. He goes but you really know a lot about me man. I really appreciate you talking to me and I was like Yo Schooling as easy and of course at the time I'm like twenty one twenty years old so I'm like so fast forward next year here I'm going to the C M G C. J. Music Seminar the New Music Seminar New York. Okay and I just go up there because I there was some the reason I was going up there because I knew there was stuff going on or whatever but I took the train and I get there and I'm looking at the brochure. I went by myself. And I'm looking through the brochure ashore and I see these GonNa be there. No Idea Sauza. Oh my God I get to meet me so I go to the panel. He was speaking that. And after the panel. I just waited until everybody was gone. 'cause I was like I have to talk to him in person. Now keep in mind. We kept in touch a little bit here and over the phone. He loved the article. I wrote about him so I just went up to him and I was like Yo school. He's also a your sore. Baker are to meet you and he like looked around me and he looked back at me he he was like you're sore banker. He's like I thought you were some fifty year old black man. He's like how do you know all that stuff man. And then he told me the launch and we like a late launch like hung out for like four hours as talk as it was so amazing and it was dislike. This is what I dreamt about and then that was a ninety six on ninety seven. This is the craziest thing. Man and ninety seven I'd pitched doing a story because he was DJ in Raves in in Philadelphia. So I pitched vibe five. Let me do two story so he was like. Hey man like what are you doing. I was like what do you mean I was like. I'm doing the story he goes. Oh well I mean. Are you still at your parents house in Maryland and I was like in he goes. Won't you just drive up for Dravo will go to to the show and then I got to do an after party and then we'll just hang out all day. He's like you WanNa do it. I'll Assad drove up and literally dude. It was ten years after I said did I wish I could hang out with school d. and like I wonder what he's really like. This guy needs inviting me to his house. I went to his house. He showed me his pains from back in the day and stuff used on then. We're driving around in his like old school car. We wanted as rave he D- jade in wrapped and I was like literally as far away we are. I was from him while he was Jane. Anne wrapping and then I got to the after Party and Amac owed money his deejay who who likes showed up now is the first time I met him Because code he he had a different DJ when he traveled at the time well when he was in New York but then So just like literally..

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"charles dj" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

12:30 min | 6 months ago

"charles dj" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"Is clearly super intelligent. Like when you read the lyrics or you listen to the lyrics and you hear them speak in the things they reference so does do that. I interviewed viewed hours. So crushed like this dude is like wow and then another guy that I interviewed and these are both rappers data from the eighties that came out in the eighties. One of whom the one I'm about to tell the story of was like one of the biggest rappers of the air and then the other one was definitely the biggest but not on the level of the about the tell the story so when I go to intervene his dudes and like the one is just like causing a fight with me like do you. YEA dislike challenging. Everything said I'm asking questions he's asking me why I'm asking this question. And the other dude with us now man I was with him. He knows what he's talking about this. Let him he's like he wasn't even going to ask you the question. You keep cutting them off. Let them ask this question so these dues are like fight among themselves about me. It was just it was terrible. That was like those are the only two that really stand out as if being like really really disheartening and really disappointing. But as did you know once you start to move into known people as people dance different level right that was just journalistic. I'm I'm not hanging out with these guys. I'm not knowing them. Just interact with them but as you know like you have a perception based on what people rap about or talk about or in even sing about or whatever then you get to know them and they're like Oh that's not real we're oh right so that's a different level at this appointment But that's also we have to remember. This is like entertainment so it's just different. Now let me touch on something that I believe. Possibly I believe I mean you have experienced at least I have I know that hip hop is a black industry predominantly black industry even though Latinos have been in in front of everybody can and if you look at peachtree style wars and gross movies like that. I've been when I first started because the majority the times when I went to battle the DJ's clubs it was predominantly all black. And sometimes if you will only why they're even though a Mexican right is I was about to say they always say like what are you doing here or not the majority of them but there were you get kind of picked on like that you know the jury get that like You're a white guy. What do you know I mean it still happens the as you know in Youtube comments you'll get that More than anywhere else. But the funny thing was like in in Wa grew up. People knew me because I grew up with them and where I grew up. There's you know it's very racially diverse. So like I. I didn't even understand what racism was was because my parents aren't races and then raised me in that environment. My neighbors were black. My parents had friends of all nationalities. We grew up in a very racially diverse area. And like so it was weird. It wasn't until high school really that I understood like more so that some people were like. Hey Man always a new rap was black dominated of course but it wasn't until high school were then I heard a couple of comments like oh what Soren he thinks he knows this or whatever but literally that was one percent of my experience ninety nine percent my friends encouraged me. You know we all went to shows together. It wasn't any of that with my actual friends and then when I got to college where really hit me because because in Ohio at least in Cincinnati no one knew me so the white people thought I was trying to be black. In a black people thought I was a fraud or or perpetrating or whatever whatever and I was trying to fit in or whatever they thought I was doing but the funny thing about that is you know then one once. They saw my articles in the source. Everybody with my friend. Yeah they then WanNa come to me and the cafeteria sore sawyer article man like. Oh what's come in house is really really. You know they're like oh you really do right for these big places and I'm like yeah I do you know but okay so that it was weird and it's happened you know. Once I got really more in the game then it happened a couple of times but in generally speaking of had thankfully and knock on wood in Oh not much of that and I think a lot of the hardest. They actually are taken aback or surprised. Because I'm white because I'm from in Maryland and because I look I look I guess people are always like just very impressed and surprised that I know so much that I love it so much in that I. I'm here for the music like I don't care who you messed with three girlfriends ago. or WHO's your baby. I don't care about that unless you talk about it in your music but if you're talking about about a and your music I don't care about your personal life or whatever unless it released your music so I think that's really helped me and you know people can tell if they actually talked to me and like no interact with me no me and all that like I love rep favorite thing in the world so I'm only here because because I love rap there's no other reason said no same here I'll wrap of course funk in and all of the music you know it's funny because of a quick story I was in junior high and I remember they were looking for a Bj to play for the noon dances and they put up flyers and what I did ah win and I took them all down because I wanted to be. I wanted to Charles. Dj Yeah so keep in mind we do you have to at the house. My Brother Take the club. DJ At and before he would start would open up doors. He will let me practice our so. I had to twelve hundred and a new mark. Allow you know so. I'm dropping needles and practicing starting off with Bentley's right exactly and what happened. Was I remember I talked to one of the Dean's over there who was in charge and I'm DJ. That's all I kind of light. He knows and he let me share my equipment here. Winter table cassette deck and a mixture with around theater. And I'll I'll do it. That's how I did. But here's the funny part up to that point To most of the popular kids at junior high I was a wetback who don't went back. What do you know stupid as you know? Go back go back to your country order after my first known dance. I had all O'Brien I had the bark as I zapped everything after that. Oh no longer which is funny because when I heard this on the vapors by Biz Markie Pie understood it. Of course you know but yeah no longer welbeck's on graduation. I graduated. Thank thank you so you know what on here when I opened it up by the way does a signed copy of the first person that oath will actually double were forgiven by exhibit. Yes okay thank you exhibit again as always for holding me down and you open it up with schooling. Yes okay. Did you one on one with him on this one. I did it over the phone because he was in Philly but I've been to his house and hung out with him many many times for the people that saw the commercial where he's holding the book and shouted me out. I went to Philly after the book came out because He drew or he had a drawing that he had never published or anything thing and since I'm friends with school yeah just say hey man I got this book coming out. Of course I need to interview but you also have any drawings because people that know Schooley d from you know the a self titled Album or to Saturday night the album and that era he drew office covers and stuff so even the Tobin showed that. Yeah so I asked him I was I. Hey man do you any artwork. That's never been published from that aries. Like Oh yeah and he sent me one. So it's in the book but Schooley I've known him since ninety five so this time didn't sit down with them but I have sat down with him a number of times over the years now when you first met him was he the guy on the songs. Here's the funny story about my first interaction with school. So I've been listening to him. Idolizing him admiring him for so many things which I detail extensively in history rap a lot of his accomplishments and why he so special but the thing is when I was in college is when I interviewed him and I found out who was publicised was listen. I like was tracking his lady. Hound this lady rap sheet Billie Johnson. Junior thank you for this. But he gave me the first time they enter school. So he's like all right. You know go go ahead and interview and when you can interview them so I'm at my parents house it's over the summer in college. In the publicist calls me. And she's like Hey Soren how you doing editor. She's like oh so. Do you still want to interview school day and I was like a course. She's like Oh he's available in two minutes. Can you do it now. And of course this. I title of my favorite rapper ride. I was like cutting the grass or so. I wouldn't like thinking about interviewing aim by of course I'll do it literally. Do Talk to do for like three hours like just because since I was ten eleven twelve years old on these things I always thought about one to talk to him about and at the end of the interview he said to me he goes man. You know I don't like to do a lot of interviews at all. Really do a lot of interviews. He goes but you really know a lot about me man. I really appreciate you talking to me and I was like Yo Schooling as easy and of course at the time I'm like twenty one twenty years old so I'm like so fast forward next year here I'm going to the C M G C. J. Music Seminar the New Music Seminar New York. Okay and I just go up there because I there was some the reason I was going up there because I knew there was stuff going on or whatever but I took the train and I get there and I'm looking at the brochure. I went by myself. And I'm looking through the brochure ashore and I see these GonNa be there. No Idea Sauza. Oh my God I get to meet me so I go to the panel. He was speaking that. And after the panel. I just waited until everybody was gone. 'cause I was like I have to talk to him in person. Now keep in mind. We kept in touch a little bit here and over the phone. He loved the article. I wrote about him so I just went up to him and I was like Yo school. He's also a your sore. Baker are to meet you and he like looked around me and he looked back at me he he was like you're sore banker. He's like I thought you were some fifty year old black man. He's like how do you know all that stuff man. And then he told me the launch and we like a late launch like hung out for like four hours as talk as it was so amazing and it was dislike. This is what I dreamt about and then that was a ninety six on ninety seven. This is the craziest thing. Man and ninety seven I'd pitched doing a story because he was DJ in Raves in in Philadelphia. So I pitched vibe five. Let me do two story so he was like. Hey man like what are you doing. I was like what do you mean I was like. I'm doing the story he goes. Oh well I mean. Are you still at your parents house in Maryland and I was like in he goes. Won't you just drive up for Dravo will go to to the show and then I got to do an after party and then we'll just hang out all day. He's like you WanNa do it. I'll Assad drove up and literally dude. It was ten years after I said did I wish I could hang out with school d. and like I wonder what he's really like. This guy needs inviting me to his house. I went to his house. He showed me his pains from back in the day and stuff used on then. We're driving around in his like old school car. We wanted as rave he D- jade in wrapped and I was like literally as far away we are. I was from him while he was Jane. Anne wrapping and then I got to the after Party and Amac owed money his deejay who who likes showed up now is the first time I met him Because code he he had a different DJ when he traveled at the time well when he was in New York but then So just like literally..

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"charles dj" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

12:05 min | 6 months ago

"charles dj" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"Unless you on staff wasn't good but however I made up for it was volume because so so what the L. A. Times in particular at the peak. I started in ninety eight and for the next couple years I mean. I was in the newspaper at the minimum three times a week and up to eight or nine times a week depending on what was happening at the time but I wrote features the long stories and I did really big interviews was snoop Dogg for instance in La Times in. I interviewed so many people. I did the first big big story ever in La Times. Jamie Foxx The for acting. But I'm just saying I was interviewing a lot of big people and had a fortune in doing that. That so you know but that was also always my side Gig. I never was fulltime staff at the La Times. I always had a different job while I wrote for La Tomasulo was supplemented my ankle magazines at least for my experience being on staff and stuff they paid better but la times you have to think about it. A magazine at the time was coming out twelve times a year whereas the La Times came out three hundred sixty five times a year so vodka gate in La Times even three hundred times and there were years where I had more than that. It was more about the you know the exposure getting the opportunity you and then on top of all that is that I love rap and I love doing what I was doing so it was like thankfully and fortunately ours able to make a living at it instill am knock on wood but it was more about. This is something that I love to do and I literally when I was ten. Eleven and twelve formed his idea of being able to hang out with B would interact with the artists that I loved and admired and looked up to and I figured out a way to do it in in writing was how I did it. And that's how and why that's what drove me to be. You know what I am and what I was like You know a joke about it. But I'm a professional rap fan like I get paid because I love rap and I get to talk about it and listen to it and interact with the artists in you know you you're interviewing me is is amazing like this. You know when I was a little kid and I will be listening to your stuff like to fathom that I would a meet you. And then you'd be interviewing me being from Maryland fantasizing Lovin studying admire in all this and be here Dan. I know we'RE NOT IN LA BEING LA and you know that that was a dream and thank you for coming on. I Yeah I appreciate you being here. was there ever any people out of all the people that you've interviewed US rappers. was there any of them that you might have like. How had up here and disappointed you? Oh yeah that's happened many times Well not many times a handful of times and The first first time was when I was in college I interviewed a dude. I literally had his poster on the wall and when I interviewed him I was like distance really stupid and that hurt me because I knew rappers to be super intelligent. They had all these words and lyrics rimes and and some of them like I knew went to college in. Some of whom like Chubb Rock's a merit scholar like these are highly intelligent and you can tell by their lyrics. Rock came is clearly super intelligent. Like when you read the lyrics or you listen to the lyrics and you hear them speak in the things they reference so does do that. I interviewed viewed hours. So crushed like this dude is like wow and then another guy that I interviewed and these are both rappers data from the eighties that came out in the eighties. One of whom the one I'm about to tell the story of was like one of the biggest rappers of the air and then the other one was definitely the biggest but not on the level of the about the tell the story so when I go to intervene his dudes and like the one is just like causing a fight with me like do you. YEA dislike challenging. Everything said I'm asking questions he's asking me why I'm asking this question. And the other dude with us now man I was with him. He knows what he's talking about this. Let him he's like he wasn't even going to ask you the question. You keep cutting them off. Let them ask this question so these dues are like fight among themselves about me. It was just it was terrible. That was like those are the only two that really stand out as if being like really really disheartening and really disappointing. But as did you know once you start to move into known people as people dance different level right that was just journalistic. I'm I'm not hanging out with these guys. I'm not knowing them. Just interact with them but as you know like you have a perception based on what people rap about or talk about or in even sing about or whatever then you get to know them and they're like Oh that's not real we're oh right so that's a different level at this appointment But that's also we have to remember. This is like entertainment so it's just different. Now let me touch on something that I believe. Possibly I believe I mean you have experienced at least I have I know that hip hop is a black industry predominantly black industry even though Latinos have been in in front of everybody can and if you look at peachtree style wars and gross movies like that. I've been when I first started because the majority the times when I went to battle the DJ's clubs it was predominantly all black. And sometimes if you will only why they're even though a Mexican right is I was about to say they always say like what are you doing here or not the majority of them but there were you get kind of picked on like that you know the jury get that like You're a white guy. What do you know I mean it still happens the as you know in Youtube comments you'll get that More than anywhere else. But the funny thing was like in in Wa grew up. People knew me because I grew up with them and where I grew up. There's you know it's very racially diverse. So like I. I didn't even understand what racism was was because my parents aren't races and then raised me in that environment. My neighbors were black. My parents had friends of all nationalities. We grew up in a very racially diverse area. And like so it was weird. It wasn't until high school really that I understood like more so that some people were like. Hey Man always a new rap was black dominated of course but it wasn't until high school were then I heard a couple of comments like oh what Soren he thinks he knows this or whatever but literally that was one percent of my experience ninety nine percent my friends encouraged me. You know we all went to shows together. It wasn't any of that with my actual friends and then when I got to college where really hit me because because in Ohio at least in Cincinnati no one knew me so the white people thought I was trying to be black. In a black people thought I was a fraud or or perpetrating or whatever whatever and I was trying to fit in or whatever they thought I was doing but the funny thing about that is you know then one once. They saw my articles in the source. Everybody with my friend. Yeah they then WanNa come to me and the cafeteria sore sawyer article man like. Oh what's come in house is really really. You know they're like oh you really do right for these big places and I'm like yeah I do you know but okay so that it was weird and it's happened you know. Once I got really more in the game then it happened a couple of times but in generally speaking of had thankfully and knock on wood in Oh not much of that and I think a lot of the hardest. They actually are taken aback or surprised. Because I'm white because I'm from in Maryland and because I look I look I guess people are always like just very impressed and surprised that I know so much that I love it so much in that I. I'm here for the music like I don't care who you messed with three girlfriends ago. or WHO's your baby. I don't care about that unless you talk about it in your music but if you're talking about about a and your music I don't care about your personal life or whatever unless it released your music so I think that's really helped me and you know people can tell if they actually talked to me and like no interact with me no me and all that like I love rep favorite thing in the world so I'm only here because because I love rap there's no other reason said no same here I'll wrap of course funk in and all of the music you know it's funny because of a quick story I was in junior high and I remember they were looking for a Bj to play for the noon dances and they put up flyers and what I did ah win and I took them all down because I wanted to be. I wanted to Charles. Dj Yeah so keep in mind we do you have to at the house. My Brother Take the club. DJ At and before he would start would open up doors. He will let me practice our so. I had to twelve hundred and a new mark. Allow you know so. I'm dropping needles and practicing starting off with Bentley's right exactly and what happened. Was I remember I talked to one of the Dean's over there who was in charge and I'm DJ. That's all I kind of light. He knows and he let me share my equipment here. Winter table cassette deck and a mixture with around theater. And I'll I'll do it. That's how I did. But here's the funny part up to that point To most of the popular kids at junior high I was a wetback who don't went back. What do you know stupid as you know? Go back go back to your country order after my first known dance. I had all O'Brien I had the bark as I zapped everything after that. Oh no longer which is funny because when I heard this on the vapors by Biz Markie Pie understood it. Of course you know but yeah no longer welbeck's on graduation. I graduated. Thank thank you so you know what on here when I opened it up by the way does a signed copy of the first person that oath will actually double were forgiven by exhibit. Yes okay thank you exhibit again as always for holding me down and you open it up with schooling. Yes okay. Did you one on one with him on this one. I did it over the phone because he was in Philly but I've been to his house and hung out with him many many times for the people that saw the commercial where he's holding the book and shouted me out. I went to Philly after the book came out because He drew or he had a drawing that he had never published or anything thing and since I'm friends with school yeah just say hey man I got this book coming out. Of course I need to interview but you also have any drawings because people that know Schooley d from you know the a self titled Album or to Saturday night the album and that era he drew office covers and stuff so even the Tobin showed that. Yeah so I asked him I was I. Hey man do you any artwork. That's never been published from that aries. Like Oh yeah and he sent me one. So it's in the book but Schooley I've known him since ninety five so this time didn't sit down with them but I have sat down with him a number of times over the years now when you first met him was he the guy on the songs..

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