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Fentanyl caused ‘Gangsta’s Paradise’ rapper Coolio's death
"A medical examiner has reported on the cause of death of the late rapper Coolio, who died in late September at age 59, Grammy winning rapper Coolio born artist Leon ivy junior suffered an accidental death from the combined effects of fentanyl heroin and methamphetamine. That's according to a report, released by the Los Angeles County coroner's office, investigators also cited cardiomyopathy, which makes it harder for the heart to pump enough blood, as well as cigarette smoking and asthma as significant contributory conditions. The artist died at the home of a friend in Los Angeles on September 28th last year, a Pennsylvania native who later moved to Compton, he started rapping at a young age. He sold millions of albums and was nominated for 6 Grammys, winning best solo rap performance for his 1995 hit, gangsta's Paradise. I'm Jennifer King.
Entertainment Update for 3-19
"I'm Archie's are a letter with an entertainment update. Actor Lance Reddick, who had roles in the TV series the wire and in the John Wick movies has died at the age of 60, his publicist says Reddick died suddenly on Friday, but gave no details. Reddick said in a 2012 AP interview he was proud of his work on the wire. When you step back and when you actually look at it, you think, wow, I'm part of I'm in that group. Remember the mess with ticketmaster and Taylor Swift tickets last year, swift kicked off her eras tour Friday in Glendale, Arizona, ending with the song karma. She told the crowd of more than 70,000 she realized it took considerable effort for them to be there. That is the song tegu it by late rapper Coolio. It's the first single from an album called long live Coolio that his estate will release later this year. Kulia was working on new music when he died of cardiac arrest in September. I'm Archie's are a letter.
"coolio" Discussed on On The Rekord
"Job I'm guessing? Yeah. I'm getting one of those. Those I don't know what it was for brands. I don't know what it was. Nor do I care? Oh, I know I hated it. From a flea market somewhere. And it just it ruined me. It really bad. You know, our Friends, I hate off brand cereal. So listen to me. What are you talking about? And I was like, what's wrong with your food? Off brand cereals was terrible. Don't tease me. Crispy rice? What's it been? You don't like the flakes corn? You're better off pissing me off with kicks. I like kicks. Apple chocolates are good for you, homie. Cakes was like, you know what kicks is like to be kicked. Kicks is like, you know, impress the poor man's works. When back in the day, we were parents who decided to pay big cable. So yes, he's the hanger on the TV. And deal with channel 11 is something like that and all the hot stuff was from like Monday through Monday through Friday then Sunday was like, I like kicks they'll grow up. And Xena and Hercules hell, basically on TV on Sunday, man. They really wasn't. Sometimes they early sent him winning it was, but after it's like two movies. Sometimes you get a three ninjas or a blank check. You know? So they'll hit you up with like the Sunday afternoon movie. Enter the dragon. Why? We're lucky. Yeah. No. Or the last dragon. Yeah, yeah, last one. Still, you know, something like that. To left me, I have arm walk. What's up man? You good? I'm good. I'm great today. And then to the right of him, I have said he said, well, something I do. I'm doing great homies, Halloween month now. I'm in horror movie mode right now. I'm happy as hell. Oh yeah, he's ready. People at LRG is gonna do it again because they released skeleton. Maybe last year, and now they're releasing that Jason for his hoodie this year for Halloween. I can not wait to get my hoodie. I don't know. I don't know who those guys are. LRG. Oh, they're doing the hoodies. Yep. LRG. Okay. I can not wait to get this because they did it before and on Sunday's original hoodies go for thousands of dollars. I still have my hoodie is plastic from last year. So basically you never opened it. No, I wore it. One time for Halloween, and that's it, it was done. So I can storage. When and done. Yep. I know a couple of $120. That sounds very elitist. Unfortunately, I'm on the precipice of hypebeast up, but not to the full fledged situation where we'll probably have my paycheck every week for a new pair of kicks. So I'm going to give spot. I'm going to get by. So your thing is like, you're probably entertaining once maybe twice max, and then from going for it is more like it becomes like a collector's out of work. Pretty much, yep. Okay. All right, I understand. I respect that. I want to keep that thing in a plastic because no way it glows in the dark. Okay. And I want the light to have damaged our situation for our years to come. So keep it in the original plastic and put some work dark. Respect. So Halloween, I'm in a good mood right now. 31 days, throwing horror movie marathon. You can go on for a minute. This is my 6th year if a page, city Ruth POV, you'll see the videos I'm dropping of every movie I'm doing this month. No theme just random horror movies and when I look about it and I hit it on a date, every day you're doing it every day. Okay, sweet. Remember the 13th ghost is that fault in this hour movie? So that's a dope ass movie. I love it. Tony shalhoub. I wish he did as many series. That's okay. Every ghost of how to become the bee would work. I mean, it's such a dope Netflix show. The way it was set up, you could definitely death like the weight and then you could definitely expand upon that movie for sure. I never seen the 13 goals. I'll bring it over next time. I have the Blu-ray. I've seen it on HBO. You know, back when it was like ten or 14, I think it was. They probably have one of streaming sites. I look it up. If you don't, I don't have the Blu-ray. It's just a star who plays on monk. He's in the movie. Abraham Lincoln, Elizabeth. And that's pretty much it. Wow. And that guy from Scooby-Doo. Matthew Lillard. Yeah. I'm really good at moving knowledge. All right, but the casting is important though. And the girl, the princess girl, though, a big ass Titus. Oh my God. Finance Bobby. Grant, she was a ghost. She was fucking naked. Listen, there are people who have hornos for animated characters. You good. You're right. Let's do our condolences, rest in peace to should we love a lot of people. Who are you? Coolio. To be wrong. I want to see PnB rock for the end. Not the popular end of all the condolences, who else we lost. And Tony onoki on Friday. Yeah. Wrestling legend wrestling God, the reason why we have mixed martial arts as it is. Right now, Antonio gnocchi, guy who Muhammad Ali, and nice and 78 in the first mixed martial arts match, has been publicized as big as it has been. And now him out leak a fight to get that rematch in heaven. So and then who else. We lost? How would Ali and have you probably talking wild? Of course. This ugly guy in heaven. Do not come in here. That match. I want to see him nowhere near him. Let's go again. I got first, man. I got purple. You ugly, boy. You ugly. You ugly. Let's get into the PnB rock situation. RIP to pinball rock. And it could also be my mom's family and children. Now, the last episode we did, he died the day that day after it. Yeah. Yeah, that Monday. And we never got around to talking about that story. And I'm really pissed off at alternate angles. Yes. A lot of blame is to be had for a lot of people talking, especially the Talking Heads. Oh, these mother. Am I going to curse? I'm not going to curse. No, you good. You already got one of them. It's probably. Already? Damn. It's probably best that we address it now because remember, the last time we recorded a lot of stuff was happening at time, the news was still fresh. Yeah. People were still trying to, you know, figure out what it was. Others were trying to, you know, trying to conjure up a narrative. We're posting that thing. So let's just go through it. So if you guys don't know, PnB rock died, I think it was three weeks back. To two three weeks back on a Monday and I'm captain California. My school should have been waffles house. That was smacked up in the middle of multiple sets. Yes. Now, initially, you know, people are thinking that it's because they got the drop on him because his wife had posted their location, but they were eating out. And now we thought it was actually gang related activities because in the past September 12th. Okay, so it was Monday after 9 11. Yeah. There was multiple different crip sets in that facility. People, even the locals don't eat there. Yeah. That's all better than what it was. And then you have people talk about conspiracy theories, of course. You know, people help people are. Yeah. And then, you know, they have people saying that, oh, how come everybody who dies, whereas the ring with the star and I'm like, it's not that it's just a coincidence. The industry insurance policy on that we talk about that as well. Yeah. That's really that's really messed up. People wanted to be a little more innovative with their time. The things that you're telling, people have like full fledged on our three hour youtubes. You would think you was at a congregation or something. Yes, you're gonna TED Talk. And who's responsible for that Illuminati? I'll come a crap. The one thing we all kept saying was that, a, you're not gonna get the jewelry. Yeah. Because you're not gonna be able to push it off and sell it. And next, you know, what happens? We get wind. Yep. Come to find out he was murdered by a father and son duo.
"coolio" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"He would've gone to makes that team better. I'm just happy. It's part of the tennessee. Titans now what does that mean Taylor that your front office is aggressive. The general manager jon robinson and ownership and the coach. And you know everybody is aggressive and says we're gonna do this bring do this now. And we've the window we're going to put him with. Aj brown and we've got derrick henry and we've got lewan coming back and and and tanna hill is just as good as he's ever been and let's go like that's got him. That's gotta be a jolt. I'd imagine fact a great great feeling. I think I think any office the way the way john runs his business and does his thing. I like people think we're going to do this. Are they going to do that. Anybody is listening to this show than ever wants to ask me questions fun. Fact have zero idea. What's going to happen with our personnel. Because john keeps close to the vest he does a great job. And i remember being a part of this team in two thousand fourteen. Go into fourteen and can this is. This is the nfl like these. This is what we do and then now being twenty twenty one being with the same team and looking at the personnel. We have The talent that john's been able to put on our team and the coaching staff the way they put in a position to be successful. It's crazy to think. I've been part of the same franchise for so long thing. How it was back in two thousand fourteen and how it's just upgraded and developed has become you know a franchise that any player would be happy to be a part of now when it comes to all this talent being on one team doesn't say you're gonna win the super bowl hypothetically if if i was able to play i play super bowl. The i went back on that. But it doesn't say we're going to win a superbowl. What it means is we have talent and but as any team does you have to put the chemistry together right. We have to me. And roger gotta get back out there and start feeling each other out you know. I gotta come back from this knee. Julio and ryan got gel as you gotta keep doing what he's doing and l. tractor seat though man's gotta get carries i think A lot of people are looking at all those guys and they're not thinking about anthony. The turkey first sermon. Little quick on a dime all right. I'll harvard grad guy smart and he's twitchy. I think we have a lot of potential. But you know i think with all phrases potential means. You haven't done anything yet. We stand right now. A little on the rich eisen show. Aj brown was on Just a couple of days ago. He says that Derrick henry runs the weight room that he basically the music the volume. All of that is that. Is that an accurate assessment. Well i used to be the oldest guy in the weight room He gets to run the music right and so back then it was. You know michael ruse and then. It went to brian iraq po. And then i think it. Derrick henry is one of those means. That's the coin flip and he's so big it's like heads or tails and he says we'll take the ball and the rest goes okay. I think that's kind of how dare walks in deir. Whatever you're listening to buddy it's up to you. I got my own. I got my own music going up on top of the head. I can do whatever i want. And they're so he he can whatever he wants man. We're looking at that workout right now. The danny which one guy post all day. No it's the monster chain link around his neck and then he's doing pushups using the The elastic band As his bar. And then you know the ball as the word arrest his feet. I mean that's insane. What would happen if we found out that. That was all just foam late. And there's been tricking all of us. He's just bred that way he just looks great and actually doesn't let you just go. Yeah let's get the phone forty five pounds on put four or five on and we'll make it look like i'm doing something today that well Taylor lewan Put put what what tweet putting up now. chris. Yes i'm going to put up another tweet. tara on calls out teammate. Derrick henry but fake fake ads deepfake workout deepfake muscles workouts. The that's a great fantasy team. Name deepfake sounds like a perfect deal for me. I cannot wait to into mandatory minicamp next week and Look derek and hopefully not have to get in a fight. Well you know we we come up with the memes in the nicknames on the show I had aj brown on again. As i mentioned we came up with a fantastic four Meam and put all the you know. Aj in and derek and rhino and also julio's faces on it and Call it the ten tastic for and you took. You took offense to this way right. Not if i was scrolling through my seat you like any old slump right. Yeah and i were to see that i go. Oh wow the rich eisen crews got a little bit of imagination. That's wonderful. i love the way. They're developing and getting what the time the old days i would think. But instead i have to go to my notifications were on tagging. Something and i have to look at aj. Derek coolio encana hill and if the ten tastic. Whatever it's like. Hey listen if you're gonna give me like a cloud in the background or at the silhouette of my face on the league. You know okay. We can do that. So just are aware. Taylor you did create a little bit of dissension in the studio here because i did throw. Tj jefferson onto the boss. For saying i can't be responsible for my staff. And he's like it's your idea that did not include taylor but.
"coolio" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Nfl reporter lead content strategists for the monday morning quarterback and explain to me if this is big news. Aaron rodgers is not at the mandatory camp. Starting today now i think the real inflection point for all this is really always going to be the started training camp and that relates back to the fact that he hasn't been at the offseason program in general you know and so his willingness to walk away from a half million dollar workout bonus. I think tells you if the packers were going to find him ninety three thousand dollars which they can for missing three day mini camp this week than he'd be willing to do that to You know really. I think you know all along where the rubber met. The road here has been the beginning of training camp. And i think the packers no it. The packers were aware that he wasn't going to show up today. And you know now going forward on they have five six weeks to come to some sort of resolution upside here. I guess is that you get to see jordan. Love for another couple of days You know next week. Matt leflore actually a the the the last part of the offseason program for guys who have workout bonuses optional. Where they can you know. Attend things virtually so really the next big thing Coming down the coming out of the road for rogers started training camp. I'm still trying to understand the timing of all this. Let's say aaron rodgers. Does it want to stay in green bay. Then at some point he has to be concerned about. Where am i going and win. Am i getting there. And what does that team going to have to get. Give up to get me there. And if i really improved my position here or if he's staying in green bay what has to happen other than firing the gm that he's willing to go back. I i just keep waiting for some kind of information here that moves his in one direction or another and i honestly like we talked about last week. Coolio would have been an olive branch to me. You know. I don't know how you fix the fact that you haven't been as aggressive as he'd like with free agency and the draft gone and now with a trade opportunity like julio presented Off the table as well. So you know i. I think you almost have to make some sort of promise that you know aaron. We're gonna pay you now and we are going to either a changed the way we do business or be trade to wherever you want to be traded to after the season i mean that's really it and i think what you're talking about the way you laid that out. Dan is sort of like wear russell. Wilson was and where. Yeah i think. He kind of came to the realization that the best situation the situation really for him in twenty twenty one was going to be seattle. And that doesn't mean the russell wealth is not going to be in the same spot in january twenty two that he wasn't january twenty one. I think there's a good likelihood he is but he's just sort of came to the realization. They're not trading me..
"coolio" Discussed on No Agenda
"Rather long list surprisingly. Here's the birthdays as we. Go down the list dwight. Tonight's is happy birthday to his niece. Eleanor who celebrate on the seventeen. Jason form turned fight forty-nine seventeenth as well forced martin celebrated yesterday. Amanda jones has not the birth of matthew shock. You'll be thirty five today. Daniel haggerty happy birthday was on drew. Who turns one on the twenty second sir. Jake's data jeff kenyan turns sixty on the twenty second on the twenty third. debra reese congratulates. Are smoking hot boyfriend. Christopher michael who turns forty eight alexander myers happy birthday with grandmother. Jackie citizens she'll be celebrating november ninth. We're well on time for that. And kevin irwin happy. Birthday to his douchebag. Good buddy dan who was turning forty happy birthday from everybody here at the best podcasting the universe so we have one two three. Three anonymous is anonymous. Three anonymous to Tonight and And one known entity so might as well get the that anonymous yeah not anonymous anonymous podium powers all join me here thank you so much supporting the no agenda showing the amount of one thousand dollars or more even if you did it with coffee money we really do appreciate it. I'm proud to pronounce the as anonymous flyer of the upper midwest and sir brewer to south and finally sir art d. mcgilla. Heidi gentlemen for you. We've got hookers we've got blow but we've got rent boys in chardonnay. We got lots as and lox bagels. We got Cookies and vodka warm beer and cold women diet soda. Video games got vanilla. Bunket suburban sparkling cider an escort jalen gerbils breast milk and cobbling. I know what you want mutton meet. It's here of course the mutton meat is always ready to go. And if you would take yourself over to know agenda nation dot com slash rings eric. She'll we'll be waiting for you. And he will gladly take your measurements so you can get your no in the ring out with you. Sealing wax and your officials are ticket thank you again for being a part of the experiment and for your invaluable production work on the no agenda. Show no agenda. No agenda meet ups dot com is where you can figure out where everybody is where the cool kids are hanging out and joined the because you are by definition also a cool kid when you jim when you attend a no agenda meet up and let's see how some of the coolio did the phillies seventy-six toast in the attic. Meet up high adam. Hi john this is shaun here. Philly local seventy six at addict brewing. We are having a good time. It's just four plus me fellas keep arguing. Keep the millennials uncomfortable. Hello i'm you momma here. Another lovely day with some lovely people. Oh hi this is unhappy new york in philadelphia for the day. Yeah in the morning here. Rounding out east coast sewer for this week of meet ups rowdy group. Tom stark weatherman getting around new york jersey philly. He's everywhere now. We go to alexandria john anatomy. This is sir. William of weapons turkey at the alexandra meet up. Trains could planes back. Hey girl second meet up in a week in the morning in the morning. It's the most eligible bachelor in podcasting able kirby morning. It's from apples and just a shout out to all water outgoing swamp creature here with my smoking hot wife and our human resource in the morning. Non douchebag leland from dc. note. Jingles karma jason from fairfax dude named adrian. I knew agenda. Meet up hi. This is randy. My pronouns are and Hi this is bongo boy. I couldn't think of anything funny to say. So i'm not gonna say anything funny. In the morning this is geneva lee with our human resource caroline right. That was a big meet up alexandria. Nice we got a couple on the list In fact today Several you can go to the denver area city park sunshine junkies meet up at six thirty at the city park. That's the denver museum of nature and science or charlotte's thursday third thursday monthly. Meet up seven o'clock ed's tavern on saturday. The strain fiction decompression sessions in chicago. At one o'clock at reggie's rooftop also on saturday flight of the no agenda one. Oh six in long beach at three thirty three. Pm at steel craft that kansas city missouri meet up saint joe redux or below returns three thirty three pm at felix pub and springfield missouri. Meet up at lindbergh's at eight pm at limburg's tavern and of course the poplar bluff missouri. Meet up the last drink before. The human resource. Two o'clock at the marked. Then we have something special going on in the netherlands The the group there that is organizing the gitmo nation lowlands meet up has procured a hotel.
"coolio" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Yard or call 1866 protect Rising Shine Bay Area This is Murphy back on KNBR Wild 45 16 v sports leader Just Friday vibe today Friday. Good today. The list was fun. Some laughs, Um heckles. Copes walking around Denver for no reason. I like that. Hey, do way totally unusual would never would have expected that. And I like your Wimbledon pull, too. That was probably the one I was most envious of. I was like, Damn, I should have gone to Wimbledon two just didn't think of it. You don't want to dot the I with me at Ohio Stadium at the horseshoe. Not as badly as you do know somewhere he's been holy brother. Stop would rather go back to Oklahoma or something. Yeah, yeah. Take it was Saturday. How we did this list of like, three Stop three bucket list. Then you should never been and probably picked two places has already been Stephanie. Though I imagine you in high school. They're like, Okay, it's time to turn in your report. Your book report on you know what's the winner gave me a book report on Huckleberry Finn Sure, probably turns in a book report on, you know, Sports stars of the 19 seventies. This'll be your phone over part of romantic. This wasn't the same. It Pauly's like, I don't know. This is what I did. He was the one I wrote that we're gonna have to take it either this or nothing. Yeah. Alright, the cooler. Did we play the cooler open or No, I missed it. Yes, I think we did. I don't think we step to the free you, Coolio. It'll be a lot cooler. If he did everybody big cool..
"coolio" Discussed on Alt.Pop.Repeat
"Ll cool j. was always wearing it. Thi- the baggy pants like we're talking about more arbil artists. Tlc were an ilya had like the baggy pants. And the little crop tops. And there is like Baseball caps and throwback jerseys and bright colored gherman and it was really this incredible time where it was exploring and accepting and being all cool mainstream. I i would say arguably in this way for the first time in history so if you take a look at the ninety s and think the the sinks are happy. There isn't yeah. Fashion is incredible languages. Incredible like slang. That's coming out. Those sounds that are coming out the influence that it's having on on what we consider to be appropriate and what's not being appropriate but was the the generation of learning. Yeah it was a generation. Gonna go through the nineties to learn what not to do later on. We'll we had to have a period of expansion like we do like there had to be a period where there is just deserve to be a period where black a black americans bach north americans were able to access their culture and explore what that meant to have cross colors rate as a brand that represented clothing without prejudice and bright colors to be able to explore like african motifs in fabrics. T be able to have you know nods to your culture and to be able to have that on a mainstream stage without someone to say to you ona. No maybe you shouldn't have the afro or maybe you should have your hair in braids. like no. They had everybody had the ability. Kind of explore and push it out. I don't think expletive is probably the best term to capture the nineties. It is exploring with new sounds new fashion new technology. You words new film and television new ways of doing things. I guess every year every generation. It's an exploratory generation. But the nineties was a very special time. I say we leave it there. It's always like a delight to be able to get into some of these topics maury. Where can people find us making. Find me on the northwest corner of blur and bay every monday wednesday friday between six and seven pm. That sounds horrible. Marie we're gonna find this murray. They can find us online at all. Papa pete dot com also unsocial.
"coolio" Discussed on Alt.Pop.Repeat
"But the other problem here too though is not so much when you get gangster rob that swearing and and maybe a little more violent for sure. They're not gonna wanna play it on the radio and that's you're getting a little bit of a struggle but it also doesn't mean that and there was a lot of songs the california love tons songs from two and biggie that were played on the radio as well and that were somewhat mainstream. Stole like that's for sure. They got the most attention out of that but there was that battle that was going on between light. Hip hop and gangster moore street hip hop and unfortunately the letter hip hop one. Because that's where we see it today and it's like the nineties was a major transitional. Peer was a hip hop it was we had hip hop we had. We were being challenged how we thought about the music forum how we thought about the artists and how it was. How shifting again like one of my favorites as of this before. I've said this one thousand times arrested development. They were a part of that. Afro-centric your nationalistic curve. That taught me history and it gave me knowledge and it was enriching and not as an only these There's a lot of different. Sounds coming up then. Yeah there's a lot and they were talking about like it was conscious political rap. And that's what has incredible. It's a voice that was coming on in response to american capitalism. It was coming out in criticism of reagan's conservative political economy. There were so many things that were coming out and it was. There was a lot of pride a lot of pride in one's own culture and being able to celebrate that openly and then it had an impact. Because you know the world was starting to get acquainted with this and there are starting to demand change and they wanted to start seem more diverse Faces and diverse voices. So i think with hip hop has given us as a culture is immeasurable. Can we segue into another signal. We can segue into any sink. You want say we segue into fashion. John has shown because during the ninety s there were tons of different fashion trends. That came at that. We still see today that everybody sto whereas i one timberlands everybody's still wears a timberland. A timberland started in the nineties but what originally started the nineties. Which i think is crazy. It was intended as a construction workers boot and then a gained major traction in new york through drug dealers which is like i rate. That's what i said. Because they wanted a strong and sturdy boot so that they could wear during the streets that we keep their feet dry and then people like biggie to pock gnaws anna leah and tons of hip hop and r b artist's started to pick up the trends and then that's how the timberland moved into mainstream. And now it still stays mainstream within hip hop culture and just fashion in general. I had a pair of timberlands is still love. Timberlands and i think it's pretty iconic for footwear brand. I want to start as a construction boot. My my whole thing because i was very much like the thing is that i was always very much into that into the afro centric worlds. That was just kinda like wary sought. Because i was multi-ethnic and looking for identity and i was seeing people who had that i was like. Oh wow like. I really love this. So my my brand in the nineties was cross colours. I had cross colour jackets. I loved cross. Colours and cross colors was a brand was launched in nineteen eighty nine called jones and it was the whole premise behind. It was so nineties it was all about like this is clothes without prejudice which totally allied with bayamo at the time. 'cause i'm like you know i'm like arab and everyone thinks i'm inherently violent and nobody likes thinks everyone thinks food smells weird and they think i look. There was always like these things i was like. I really can get behind this brand. But what i didn't realize the influence of cross colors on that whole genre is that it helps to establish a fashion market based around black us and it it used close to project political messaging. It was like it was like this awesome and the clothes were great. I i really hope. My mom didn't toss out my jacket meaning to ask her like. Do you have at kept the label. I put the label on my wall because the had the cross colors manifesto on it and it was awesome because it was all about how like we are one. We live in this world and you know in order to bridge gaps. You have to be willing to like you know to get into other people's worlds and it was so incredible but what. I didn't realize that you know it was also like one of the first major fashion lines that was owned was a black owned business so it wasn't necessarily a it was not a part of like it wasn't a part of a lifestyle. It was a part of a movement. That's kind like that. That is my world of of hip hop in the nineties. It was like movement. Like your stories are like you achieve your high achieving stories. Like this is where i jive. This is where i said. So the other really notable fashion trend that happened in the nineties was the oversized t shirts. I remember that that it stayed. For the longest period of time even into the two thousands but the oversized t shirts started in new york city in la chicago because generally kids that were living in poorer areas would get hand me downs from their brothers and sisters so they usually when fat so they'd have this overtime oversight t shirt that they would wear and then obviously it started becoming a trend within the fashion community within hip hop culture so then it just kept going in and now we see it still in mainstream Was the two thousand thirteen kanye west. It in collaboration with the french fashion house called. Abc where he did fashion show. Colombo would you call that. We're kanye west nod to this nineties. Hip hop trend where he did like this oversized t shirt so it was a humble little. Hey remember that remember. We came from member. Where'd the started from. And also one thing. I love about connie west and i've said this to you before outside of the podcast. He does those things that i you know. Outside of kanye west being shubra controversial. I do respect his mind. When it comes to fashion for his comments on society so for example at creating that oversized t shirt and then doing it with a fashion designer and giving a little bit of a humble respect to that ninety s moment into those two generations into what happened to the cities that he grew up in being underprivileged but then also having close have holes in the and getting all these people to wear them around. The world didn't like people that are spending so much money which i think is hilarious or spending hundreds and thousands of dollars or hundreds of dollars on t shirts have holes in them and they're like oh look at me it's cool. It's like no honey. West is a little bit telling you. And he's kind of playing a joke on you. I think and he saying like hey at bats fashion and he made it fashion. How many people can say that. They can put holes in their clothes and then sell them for thousands. Hundreds of thousands of dollars could super smart. And that's one thing. I love about kanye west is. He'll bring it back to original hip hop street culture and where it came from and from its roots and he'll make sure that he'll subtly tell you that and you have to kind of look at the fashion and look what he's trying to say through right because he won't come out and say all the time he'll do it through his craft which i think is really smart. Yeah i mean. That's the way of the artist. Just put it out. There and artist totally is controversial bills crap but his an artist. Yeah yeah i mean. Artists are important because they just kind of make you think about what. You're okay with them. What you're not okay with an it really challenges your notion of of the world around you kind of they're the ones that pushed society for hurt. Truthfully the artists are always there to make us think. And i mean the what else we have. If we're talking about like trends trends. I mean the kangol hat was really big..
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"Is that yes. they're on. Borrowed time their guests within the genre The don't i feel like it's very important to understand that this is an art form that the black community deserves to have us on a really think they like to celebrate those heroes first and foremost because they're the ones that are grinding it out in their this. There's like i'm. I don't think there's a problem with saying that at all But just because the white rapper have been around for a long time it just. It doesn't mean that it's not uncomfortable. Like in the discomfort with that is the the political the political side of it. No i yeah. I also think that we should look at hip hop is being multicultural. Now that's how. I i look at genre that anybody can do hip hop rates it type of being. It's a culture. It's a lifestyle rather than it's a race or color so in my mind for sure people can do hop hop and if you're for example like you can be anybody go through a be growing up in specific areas doesn't even mean to do hip hop music. It has to come from a struggle. I think that's it and some people would agree in some people wouldn't but hip hop does usually start with making a comment on what is going on around them in society and what's happening so you're getting a lot of people that do work love hip hop and are talking about their struggles on a day to day but now what we're seeing in mainstream hip hop. That's going today. Not so much. And the nineties too is part of that is. We're seeing this switch because right now and hip hop it's still really light and fluffy it is not back to gangster hip hop it is not back to st hip hop. It's not back to culturally talking about what's going on. It's still about cars and money and that will so we one day. We'll talk about this. But that's part of the two thousands. They started to really fluff it up. P. diddy in the rest of them but it starts to get lighter and later and later and later as we go through mainstream as it turns from pop. It's not as gangster anymore. It's very much about cars money and clothes in women and it's still sitting in that house today and i hope that one day it kind of goes back to the element of not so much streep goes back to the moment of talking about what's going on around them around in in society today and what's happening to people rather than what people are wearing what cars are driving. Will you think there's there's evolutions with every art form. There's evolution goes through cycles right. We have periods of great wealth in excess and then we have periods of struggle and that is really a reflection pop. Culture has always been a reflection is who we are and what we're driven to in society. I think once. We're coming out of quote cova ed and the impact of this part of our lives. I think we're going to be taking a look at music in a very different perspective. We might not necessarily be really drawn to the decadents. The decades of these like high flashy lives because we just can't relate to it like it's a reflection of who we are in this world. And i think just go back to like the white bra rob existence. It's a really really interesting topic to me because it's not just like cultural porsche. Appropriation for sure for sure Anita respect but there is like the history of what it is to create music as a culture and have that music taken away from you by white artists and this was repeatedly over the generations. I mean how many people love Elvis's hound dog. You ain't nothing but a hound dog or blue suede shoes will hound dog wa- we i think most of us know like that's not an elvis song. That was never an elvis song. That song was stolen from big mama thornton but it. She wasn't entitled to have the success with it. That elvis did because of her race she was an entitled to in some cases. Have a writer's credit on the song because of her race. So that is a real wounds that we have to understand carried. So when that's a whole thing about the nineties is that they didn't really know what was going on. The nineties is so controversial in the way that they would talk things that they would say. Know coming out of the yuppie area they were just trying to. i don't know they. They were saying anything in doing everything. So i don't think vanilla ice knew that he was called shirley appropriating. I think he was just doing it because he he liked the craft. You know and love the genre and also pop music. Because let's be honest as you did because you're song your music pob but i don't think he knew is culturally. Appropriating doing it intentionally. I blame radio. This is who i blame. I don't blame the artist. Blame radio for picking it up and pushing it through and not playing a mix of both genres because they wanted to sit suicide to assert tempo in hit to a key audience. That for sure could have been a lot more caucasian. I don't know but they wanted to go light. And i blame radio. I don't blame the artists. I blame radio. I think it's the whole system. I don't think perforation has never been like when we in episode one on our hip hop our first episode. Sorry on hip hop we talk about. Rodney dangerfield rodney dangerfield. Like nobody knew what appropriation. What they just the mainstream did it. It doesn't mean that it wasn't as as a deplorable. Now this is this is really just like the tension that exists with the entry on it and the mainstream success of white rappers especially in the nineties when is coming out and people are there individuals that are working hard to try and change the face of the art on mainstream in the mainstream within mainstream pop culture ramp. They're doing their best. When from the perspective of somebody who have to see an individual that is like white pop you know just fits into this this kind of like riffing off of motifs from mc hammer and going out and doing and how that the impact is that you know. He's having huge mainstream success. Yes when there's other people that are on having it and he's doing it off of culture that not typically associated with his home and also from a culture that has experienced a lot of theft cultural over the years right kind of like even like i to a certain degree like always feel a little bit uncomfortable talking about because i'm on an observer on the outside looking in trying to understand the cultural context of what and the impact of what we have done on to the black community and to hip hop are influence as consumers for show. But that's looking at it now and yeah. It's but during the nineties. I don't think that's the whole point of only shirk. They were not reflective they were just trying to do whatever that would stick in now we have to look at it and say hey what's called cultural appropriation. Who wasn't during that time than it. Knowing and again. I don't blame the artists at all. I blame the mainstream media. And i blame. Pop culture during that time for paying more attention to white artists than paying attention to other crafts..
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"Mike. Ross grimy beats martial arts themes there like a little bit of everything in hip hop all mixed into one and bbc. Saturday was like they were the past the present and the future all wrapped up at once and it was a collective of rappers you had like like oh db ray quine ghost face killer. Method man capitana. Rizza like you. I can't even name them. All like those were probably obviously. I think buying for as everybody else's favorites but they just came out on scene and eight flipped. The nineties was all about. I've said this before. This is about social consciousness about centric. Nationalistic nasa Nationalistic means it's about pride and using the art to kind of get that vibe. And then other same time. It's about Pushing the boundaries and bring reality and realism and really allowing people to kind of to have a glimpse at the day to day lives of of individuals. Who you know are are again like they're living like gangster's paradise they're telling the stories of what they're living in these communities and that i think is a really important thing. Yeah also the other time in the nineties. You can say you love them. You can say you're hatum. He started a trend but there was some culture appropriation. Going on a little bit vanilla vanilla ice was played on the radio so much. So that's something that we're seeing so we have all this east coast. West coast gangster hip hop going on. You're getting this gospel. That's coming on errors. While that's getting picked up lighter hip hop but you're also getting people like vanilla i said are coming out getting mc hammer at that time too but vanilla. Ice is one of them. He solos over eleven million copies of his album and he was played worldwide as so and people would call it a co cultural appropriation. But i will say as much as bonilla came out. And i i laugh at it now. He did open the doors for people like eminem and that's where we see artists now today. Were that's kind of changed. And it's a different respect. i would. I would agree with me or not. And it doesn't matter if he does or not but he kind of opened up that door and their wise. But that was one of the first times that you were seeing white rappers within a hip hop genre that predominantly black. yes Mental a snake. There's a whole. It's i think like the whole history and the taxonomy of white rappers or just interesting in general as a carl as an art form you know. It's it's kind of like your entitlement to it comes from your association with a grittier lifestyle like eminem didn't have the easiest life. I don't know much about Vanilla vanilla ice even what isis backgrounds. But it's like to say about them. But i think when we look at where hip hop evolved during the nineties majority a lot of black culture that was doing hip hop music. And so when you're seeing now that they're accepting and obviously it was really controversial the during that time because a lot of people loved vanilla ice but a lot of people didn't like him obviously the gangster side would not like the light hip hop that he's doing and it was too pop into mainstream but he was opening the door for other backgrounds. And if this is to do you know to be accepted into hip hop. He's later on. We have a nem but totally agree that it was totally different upbringings in totally different ways of presenting. Like they are totally opposites when it comes to the craft. But they're both doing the craft the crafts the is there's like an acceptance again minimum got his dues Lorge maher said that white rappers are just guests in the house of hip hop eight. Your you're that is hilarious. Yes borrowed rs you. This is not yours. you're just here and you know and there's always been there's always been white robbers eighties. Had the beastie boys. They started off as a punk group. They were influenced by rhenium. See yup we obviously like vanilla. Ice became vanilla. Ice was hot for a minute. That was nineteen ninety-one and he had a song and the teenage mutant ninja turtle movie like. He was for a brief moment in time he was it an an. Obviously like he's probably the selling robber one of the best friendly rappers ever and people love him for his lyrical dexterity. I think the difference is like you have the book. Ends of the beastie boys and eminem. And i really think this is interesting conversation because i never really thought about it a whole lot. Maybe you have the lens of beastie boys and eminem both incredible talents and themselves and then like vanilla is like the guy that samples rob rob. He's pop rap and he's like sample lean David bowie he's very like it's hard to take him seriously. That was the thing about vanilla ice. He had catchy tunes. But it wasn't. You couldn't take it and now it's like you know post mytalk malone arguably he says he's not rap mac miller who's one of my favorite artists unfortunately recipes. Mac miller we miss you a little dicky like the they still are mac. Miller i think is wonderful talent. He's gone before his time. So saad but It doesn't the thing about white rappers..
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"Start This is what's going to happen This is actually for anybody. Who's tune into the show for the first time. Second exploration of hip hop through time. And we're doing several of these shows number two. It's so nice we had to do it twice. And the first series like the first season we interviewed dmc from run dmc and we talked the whole genre of new school hip hop and what it was to come up from the streets and right onto mtv and the influence that had on whole generation throughout the eighties. Now weeded our interview with coolio. And we're in a whole new phase which is like the phase immediately after new school. Which is kind of like. We're in the nineties. Hip hop eric's we are and it's different right so well. Yeah it's developed and evolved and it's become more mainstream so we have these two different genres that are that are happening. You've got this new school music. The stirred in the eighties. And then you're moving into this gangster area. That's going into the nineties. But now when we look at mainstream that was happening within the nineties what we realize is that radio was doing something very different than what the streets who's doing so when i say that we have people like. Nwa we'd run dmc public enemy With all these different hip. Hop duos in groups and trios that were coming out with music. That was a little bit different a little more streets along begin to park where like a huge time. That became a little more controversial within the thug. Kind of hip hip hop gangster era but radio is doing something different. Radio was only playing. Light hip hop. So that's the difference between what was happening from the streets from hip hop culture. So then what was going mainstream. So when i say that things are popping at that time were dj jazzy jeff. Fresh prince of bel-air kid. Play all these really really late. Hip hop artists were playing on the radio and a lot of these other mainstream artists. That were doing a lot of gangster. Rob were not so. There was a little bit of this prejudice that was going on between the hip hop culture. That's fair. I totally agree with that. Because i mean the if i'm thinking back my own experiences in the nineties for sure they were not playing harder hop on the radio during that period which It's interesting because there's so many different parts to it when you're dealing with hip hop when we're going into the nineties was like they consider it. They the scholars the scholars and the gentlemen of the time they consider it being the golden age of hip hop the what was emerging from a period of the late eighties. The mid to late nineties was a very influential period for the development of the genre. However wha how was developing was exac ler saying it wasn't necessarily happening on account of the radio which i think this is an ongoing and consistent trend with hip hop like radio and mainstream media is trying to control how the world interprets hip hop bye controlling it by having uber light very easy listening hip hop but meanwhile out in the world. The artists are producing something. That sounds very different. And there's a whole culture and there's a whole art. That's around it. And i mean like the ninety s and had a whole like what was coming out was this afro-centric black nationalist raw rap that was really dominant in addition to songs about people's experiences living in marginalized communities and aka ghettos. Right we. yeah you're getting the nwa. Obviously one of the most iconic hip hop groups coming out and making points on things that were happening with them in the hip hop society but radio wasn't really picking that up. They're playing all the light like the light hip hop tour example. Coolio is one of them. Coolio is a little different. Because coolio was the first person and gangster's paradise was one of those really pivotal times that brought and really did around the world brought hip hop into mainstream within the nineties but throughout the world over he sold over six million copies of gangster's paradise it went to billboard used first artists that we were saying in the interview that traveled internationally was also the first hip hop artist to to ever really bring out this gospel side of hip hop. That's never happened before that was into the mainstream radio. So the one thing about coolio that. I that i love. I love that tom personally. Because that was like one of my go-to tracks. When i was younger. He was showing this side. That was really different. He's kind of showing both sides. He was doing stuff that was mainstream but he was talking about something that was real that was happening in the streets in that was with gangsters and his actual experiences rather than light hip hop but he was using gospel as part of that to push through and he also covered stevie wonder's but we talk about in the interview. You know he. He sampled some stevie systems and stevie wonder which is amazing so he was the first person to ever really bring a night. Collab- together and that's why. I find it a little bit different than something like you know. We look at will smith right and hugh how he did his staff with you know. Dj jazzy jazzy. Jeff like it. It's very different sound but it also has a really true street element to it as well. Yeah one hundred percent. I again like i agree with you. Think it's the nice thing is that we both have our own experiences with age. Hip hop during this period was a formative music. That was ligaments influential. Like everybody listened to hip hop. And i was really interesting like the most pivotal year for hip hop was nineteen ninety. Six and nineteen hundred. Ninety six like everything was pop in. I was like the best. If you ask anyone there like this was the best year hip pop. You had to procure biggie. Had nauseam had jay z and was coming up everybody that you know all your favorite songs. Everybody was coming up during this period. The nineties were eighties. Were very influential in introducing us to the genre and the nineties were really influential for developing genre and like that's were coolio so importantly he created like you said he had the gospel motifs in a song and created a very mainstream Taste of like poetry from the street like this was his life. And this is what we're experiencing it. And i think that needs to really be appreciated and then also who else was coming up in the nineties like out of seventy influential songs of that entire period have gluten clan cream. Get the money like that bills. Y'all and they were. They revolutionized the completely flipped the game. You know these group of these guys from what staten island may came forward and they they completely flipped up what we knew about rap. Nineteen ninety-three lift. We'll go back to one thousand nine second west coast rap and it's summertime. Sounds were filling. The airwaves like radio was playing songs. That people could get behind. Radio's playing songs that weren't necessarily controversial. And then you have like tang clan coming out with.
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"He mixing cats that ain't even my level he mentioned. Mc's that phone with me at all. He mentioned him but he didn't mention me. And i thought thousands worship school like that bud he. You can't really be mad at somebody because what they like. But i just thought that shit then he. He mentioned he mentioned semaines. Man think there's nobody described that that ain't nowhere near my level of intelligence for my level my writing skills by cleverness like they're not even they changed such and me a one million foot pole but he mentioned in the song you know is what let's take this moment and celebrate year and celebrate your accomplishments. Because you've got the platform is listen. It's not only i. You know it used to really bother me and mentioned it but it don't bother me anymore. Because i listened to music and i know i know where i know where i stand in hip hop. I mean i. I was very i was really important. I'm important pat and i. I did some things that no get. People's never do even now to this date. Some of the places. I've i wrap that. I'm the only rabbit has ever been. It's amazing so and you've bridge so much shoebridge from the hip hop community to the mainstream community gangster's paradise was that track that raged it along with like fantastic voyage and like so many other ones that are amazing tracks. When i was a kid. And i told murray i remember. I had your cd in my hand. And i said if. I had to tell my younger self way really younger so that i would be talking to coolio. You know when in thirty six. I probably would have been like what i probably wouldn't believe myself but those were things was really for girl that grew up on a dirt road. And you know loved hip hop music but and wasn't as rounded in a community vote. That was a big. You're a big inspiration from me on that side so trust me. There's tons of us that that feel that way and love your music and love. What did and what you're still doing too. So i was don't harden without role you grew up on i did. I grew up in the country seriously. I grew up in the country. I grew up inside toronto toronto. But i grew up on concession. Twelve and outside platt spell so i was. I was a country girl. Listen to hip hop music all the time possession. Well you'll street than even have a name and didn't even have a name. No it was now. It's not even paved yet still. It's half paved so it's my parents fill in the country but hip hop was a big thing for me and i remember listening to you and when i found out that your first store was in canada with ice tea i love that i think that's amazing but also for me you were you were really i got it for me and i loved and love all your music so trust me. There might be people that might be saying. That are feeling like ceelo's not including you but there's people like me and trust me. There's tons of my girlfriends as well to that. Listen to your music all the time. We'd love that. Single was the single that brought me to to find you and then two zero your other music as well too. But you don. Yeah i knew at such and cool you do. That's that's the thing here. The style the everything from lyrically even to the way it sound when you brought us again like that's like and you should remember that and i'm like let's go. Let's go on a trip across canada. we're in waterloo ontario. And we're going to go all the way over to prince edward island. Pi where fantastic voyage. I found as a child on a single one of cassette tapes. That was just a single that the record store there was one record store in my town had gotten completely by accident they it just popped in grip in town where mostly people are listening to country. Music like hip hop was not a thing the receive there was a random erykah. Badu's you cd that with an acoustic thing. And then i had found fantastic voyage on a single cassette i bought to those things bought them both and i took them home. That was. I was such a cool girl because there were like. I heard this song on television. And at the time and christie's heard the story to we did not have much music at the time which canadian. Mtv back home. When i was little we only had it for half a day. Half of the day was religious programming. The other half of the day was much music back in the nineties. In the two thousands. The radio in canada was really pushing hip hop and are in be strong and then like oh. It was like ten years later. Five years later it switched up and went to rock and an alternative and never has always kind of stay like that is done dance music and edm but hip hop on the radio. Hasn't been as strong as it was in the nineties in the two thousands but that will change that will change because toronto is underground. Hip hop scene will make that change like it did in the nineties which thousands like. That's crazy. yeah. I mean the hip seen in the city has always. I would argue as always been flourishing. She in but underground and there hasn't been necessarily enough people to get the word out or to get those songs off to mix tapes that were being sold on corners I think there's a. There's a lot of unsung heroes that that kind of reside in in the city. I remember the story of how flow ninety three which was the country's first black owned Channel radio station in all country and they were denied a permit for years because they felt that it didn't contribute to the cultural fabric war mosaic of toronto and in turn they were denied for things like country channels they felt like fit that mandate a little bit better so that it does not sound saw about it and it's come off the. Let's let's move from from hip that conversation. I wanted to ask you. Where do you think hip hop is going to go next. I know we have like trot. Music cues right now But in terms of the nineties there was different. Soul to hip hop arap. Do you feel like that's gonna come back at all we're gonna get away from this vanity user. We take everything goes in circle. First of all I hate to be hate to be the one to say this but the reality the reality is that things are things are going to get much worse before they get better. Okay so pretty soon. It's gonna be any any place for when i saw what i saw a way or Mike.
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"So you know you do seventeen songs. Do you see what i'm saying. A four man and then you had to pay for studio the studio. I think at that time was about well a day and then you also had to pay your engineer about thirty to fifty bucks an hour and you know so that's starts at rarely does in the mastermind costs. I think master was around depending on. How many songs how much stuff they had to do anywhere from twenty to whatever twenty two hundred thousand dollars to to master so i mean was very costly and so we just tried to make everything cost effective so that we can have somebody in our pocket wanted to ask you we away from dollars for a second and ask you a question about Just a comparison. What is the significant difference. Do you feel between rap and hip hop in the eighties verses in the nineties when you had your success means accepts a lot of things got better production guy. Better the vehicle. The process got better. The drums got the drums got stronger. They went from the nine zero nine. Two eight eight which had that heavy bass Producers started learning how to tweak stuff in the studio to just make anything sound better We started being more creative with much reactive and using are using voices different With the drum machine came along as well so in in the beginning it was. Just you know people would would take a take a loop and lupu and put it on tape back to back and it has my play over or not and then the drum machine came along and away. The need for having a avenue. A full band in the studio and stuff like that You listen to early. Kurtis blow stuff. That doubt was all done with a lie down. That was done a four man so we just we just learned how to do things differently and it just made it sound more original. I think made it sound more like is that's when hip-hopping truly became his own john. Because it wasn't about it wasn't about you'd have to have it wasn't like a rb song anymore. It was more. It was hip hop became true. Now not sitting that. The wasn't true hip hop because i think the drum machine did come out in the mid eighties. If i'm not mistaken. But you know i i think things got more. Refined became more refined. He became the process. You know everybody knew what you had. You know you had a you had a way to a A set way to duping engineers as well so they knew knew how to engineer here because in the beginning Audit audio engineers understand. Came from a background engineers. They know how to engineer here. Bob not to get that heavy bass sound You had The cats in new york that had massive studio and then on the west coast. We have bernie graham and you know in order to get that. Get that out there. If you go back and listen to a lot of old records this into the records from the west from the east they were completely different. The records from the east coast sound a lot better because they were date. They had more experience with mixing when she did call the west coast in a quo from call the west coast. Kind of dengue. Why was that like. Why did you think that it doesn't mean anything now but not you know. It wasn't really that it wasn't so much that is just that the people that were getting records on the west coast or before before cuban. Nwa they just lyrically data and have the the savvy and they didn't have the flow that east coast dead. I understand rock. Kim was one of the very first. Emcees start wrapping his natural speaking voice before everybody the rat white. Everybody tried to put that that you know. I don't even know what you call it. It's called Many male and ups and interferes five. They you know they started they. Some of them wrapping their natural speaking voice as well but rocky mastered it. Why can't master wrapping a natural. Speaking of western he made a coup Mc fan mc but was was very at a high pitch so it wasn't as it sounds as masculine manley as rocky did so you know i mean. That's that's that's just from from that's how i learned from. That's where my my whole thing came from and then and then you had the message. The message came out and it became cool to rap about your actual was actually going on the neighborhood and stuff that you might see and then. Nwa came out and ticket to the next cube ticket. To the next level he started rapping about what was really going on in the neighborhood. And you know coming and being wrong like no note not not being afraid to curse and say the real words that instead of things that everybody wanted to say q. Was like the voice. The voice of the hood of every all of america. it was the voice of the inner city. That's why that's why. Nwa was so popular because she was saying ownership that everybody really wanted to say. But we're scared to say right to go on. That makes me want to ask you is that how can wear the nice. Is that the significance of rob culturally. Is that as an art form. It is like this the poetry of our culture a moment in time that people can kind of rally around a given to those who didn't typically have a voice within the mainstream.
"coolio" Discussed on Alt.Pop.Repeat
"Mean my original. Mah my name was oh man. Call me a very useful individual. Y all the fan. Will you know when i was younger. When i was cheered i was very bad asthmatic and people say know my cell. Does this kind of. Because i was always having trouble breathing. Whatever and i read books and I guess at that time. I was kind of introverted. And not only that was insecure by myself and so i was trying to make myself look small in a store. I guess you know they look like the little old man in the homeys used tobacco. Nice to call me on bass the bag on me hardcore tube. I hope he didn't let them get away with that. I was out for many years. I i was a bully child from probably chain garden to the seven gray ray. That's when you start that's you know that's Little boy star like a little girl we start thinking about having girlfriend kissing so yes and no. I don't know how it goes in a lot of negatives but in black neighborhoods if you the kid. That's getting picked on slapped aside. He took it all that. You're not gonna get no girlfriend. You might get a girlfriend but you don't get the ones you want. You're gonna get the one nobody else and so you know. I thought you know seven great. Actually the summer going from seven to eighth grade is when i started i took a taekwondo took a boxing cries at the why started wrestling with one of my home. savia wrestler and the whole summer. That's all i did was work on fighting skills so when we got back to school at eighth grade school started back. I started man. I i probably have more feisty. Mike tyson every day starbucks stocks turning the gun row bringing butcher night school and all kinds of statement. I was wilder but also getting bullied. You know it either gives you chapter in turns you into something good or turns you into sub back as a lot of people like i believe they date data head of the will hurt people. So how did you make the transition from from like bullying aggression dot into music. Well i lost night fight back. And after a while i wasn't i wasn't i wasn't getting picked on as much and then they got to a point where i started fighting back so hardcore that you know people. We wouldn't have had problems with me. Because i was i was i was. I was a bully killer. I was. I was hard on a bully. I hurt him. Because i you know at the auto years. I think kind of blanked out for a while. I wasn't myself. I was actually i was actually. I wanna be martin luther king malcolm x. And you know. I wanted to be a black leader and i went i. I granted i. I'm from a small neighborhood as well. And then my neighbor's you know you gotta join. You gotta be from the hook if you don't have if you don't have any older brothers if you don't have a situation if you can't play if you don't play sports really well i if if you've got to be something to keep you know keep you from joining the game in my neighborhood because it's such a small neighborhood. They need every man so usually going to gain you. Usually you need to join a gang or when you know it's no it's no. It's no wasn't really no choice. I had a game. I had had to be from her. Because that's just how it is monday road and You know so. I started rapping started wrap and when i was about fifteen a mess him catch from new york. The they moved across the street from me thompkin. Dj d. guy. His name is actually dinar. Guy by the name of gerald. Valentine will carling whiz kid. And then richie see what's wrong with richer and you know they was. They was from brownsville and I was actually fascinated by by the dj by dj d. He's he was really really really great. Easy at the time and i was fascinated by that so i ended up. I became his rector boy. I security the records to the party. twenty dollars or whatever i kept telling the records carry equipment and one day get. Another cat moved to the neighborhood. Puerto rican cat named one. he was pretty boy so every girl that i liked like ten thousand salty about that. And they made you know. I don't know if you know what a pause but the extent is upon us mixture is when you know what that is is when you you you play one little section of the of a song cadillac how they mix but you put it on a cassette. So he played a little bit. And then you go back to that spot in then you put it back until you make a beat and we got one you know we have. We got you got one track. Everybody had to go after each other. And you know so. Daybreak this tape anyway. Everybody went outside to smoke. We and i like. I said i read about always had a book my hands. So i'll send this. Irene and whine came in to rewind his part he must've wanted his part.
"coolio" Discussed on Alt.Pop.Repeat
"Got to let coolio for moms bagging on me. You know i i play is. He tried to play guitar. And at the time Only new ones on kind of pick out one song which was a my fire and my homies. In while i was playing. And i didn't see i was looking by guitar and looked up. And they were standing there and my homie. Start laughing at me. And he said because Cut costing he jose felice. Enough constantia. julio iglesias that ain't a heal your best deal coolio places and they started laughing bagging and of course i was like and then Next day oh. I've said what i was wearing white. Why catches a white western shirt. You know the ones with the little. Go all the way around with the mother buttons and on and had on billy billy. Jackie bellied zaccheus. Now i tell exactly the native american that new karate and he was in. This movie called one ten soldier. Billy jack had on so just bagging really so the next day. I walk outside. Walk outside and we get a place in football. Guess another neighborhood and everybody was standing across the street from my house and somebody said coolio. I've got across the street. Is i am and so resisted it for a couple of weeks and then go away so i can't crew cry if you can add any other nickname. Have you thought about this extensively. Do you know what that nickname would be if it wasn't coolio. No i.
"coolio" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"You brought this up earlier, Katie, but I guess the hope was get up Big and put Joker and Jamal on the bench and let them arrest that would be ideal. I don't know the game. Do not start looking like that. It's looking better. Turning in that dress. Alexander has it across the timeline will hand up over the door or exposed black left side over. Alexander Crossover move gets the faint stripped out of his hands and a steal by Gary Harris. Loose Ball comes down on the Coolio, another sin transition, hands it off behind him and Jamal Murray defense is back. Reach crossover move behind the back pass over the Jochen Jochen started by Robie. The rookie gets to the dotted line kick out around the Florida Harris for three. Back, one is up and in and the Nuggets extend their lead in 19 points their big night. Nothing. It wasn't It was a party twice. No, you only do it once. It's okay. I didn't know the right people get tired. Okay? Sorry, Three blood or Robie, and that one's no good on a rebound, safe from going on a balanced by will part Martin hasn't across the time line over Nicole Yoke yoke. It's guarded by Roby only picked him and he lost it out of bounds. That should be Denver basketball is with 12 on the shot clock. She was even solution was like yo get used to superpowers and was like not today, Buddy. That was a pretty good steel was a great steal, just fell all on his own trying to die for it. Here comes Will Barton the other way? Martin hasn't the point. Hands it off behind him the focus for three short No good rebound comes down to look into court throws a right side, right, Alexander. It's a pick their from Baizley dribbles off to the right elbow. Throws it off. Jacksonville Roby hero stepped on the old kitchen. The lay up is up in a pretty nice finish. The right sideline here is will partner Gets it often. Nicole yoga to straddle the three point line as this past collected and out of bounds last touched by Alexander and that'll be Denver basketball underneath. Hello, Mom. Mom, are you 13 on the shot clock here? A little bit of confusion as so. What about play? The Nuggets are running from all Marie looks in 13 on the shot clock inbound to Gary Harris throws it on top. The mil set right side Barton and fake on the three. I don't know if I believe that trouble call. I don't either. And even if it was like, it wasn't obvious enough that you call it. You could call that on every single MBA possession. Here comes Alexander the other way less than seven minutes to go in the third quarter left side over George Hill. No relation of faith. We're not there by Gary Harris goes into the corner. Over Alexander Alexander. Stutter Step Drive Those baseline leaves in way up this up, and then you like that bus. And me. Honestly, I'm like checked out for a good minute. When you do that you have more for you than anybody. Good. Martin Acid on the elbow loses the basketball, a robe e outlet pass off over the hill, right side door Touch pass and a dunk with two hands by basically the time out, called immediately by Michael Malone. Nuggets lead down to 13. It's 6 23 left to go in the third quarter. We're back in a flash on the altitude radio network..
"coolio" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"SportsCenter. I'm John Ryder here of head coach you hirings in the NFL. The Jets have decided on a replacement for Adam games after New York finished two and 14 the higher Robert Saleh as their new head coach. This is first NFL head coaching job spent. It has fourth season as the 40 Niners. Offensive coordinator. Jaguars have announced they have hired Urban Meyer is their new head coach. This will be his first NFL head coaching job, won three national titles to his head coach of Ohio State. The other one Florida Jaguars, T motor shot con or the immediate future. I'm gonna keep the roster control and I want the coach to know that also, and it's Really It's not really who's coming in, but it's really have a rhythm that everybody's aligned on who might be leaving the team and who might be coming in, at least for the immediate future. Words. Team owners shot con on the hiring of Urban Meyer, former Masters and U. S Open. Champ golfer Unhealed Kebir arrested in Brazil he's awaiting extradition. His native Argentina on several charges, including assault and theft in the NBA to Nuggets beat the Warriors won 14 to 104 both teams six and six. Coolio kitsch with his fourth triple double of the season. Steph Curry game I 35 points live with 11 rebounds in the Los Rockets without James Harden beat the Spurs. 109 to 105 NHL opener is more of them tonight. The Hurricanes plan to Red Wings three to nothing. Detroit shown out at home and their season opener for the first time since 1928. We're back on Friday, getting ready for divisional weekend Brady and Brees for the third time, and I will tell you why this game is much more important for breeze and Brady. Key shot J Will Anjuman Friday at six Eastern on ESPN Radio. The Jets are hiring former 40 Niners defensive coordinator Robert Saleh as their new head. Coach. Sides. Grin of five year deal Reminds Me A lot of Rex Ryan in Herm Effort. Calm of Herm Edwards put the fire Rex Ryan Michael. The floor with the passing game coordinator in San Francisco, is expected to follow solids in New York to become the Jets offensive board there. Easy if it centers on Freddie Coleman and Freddie and Fitz Simmons, presented by Progressive Insurance and ESPN radio. ESPN happens except challenge 80 fun fact by the New York Jets new head coach Robert Saleh before in defensive coordinator 40 Niners. He's gonna turn 42 on January 31st. He shares the same birthday with Jackie.
"coolio" Discussed on WGN Radio
"72 100. We're gonna go to Jeff. Jeff is a Gemini. Jeff, welcome. W GM How are you Tonight? I'm doing well, but for the snow, But this is what a great topic. This is fun. It's zipping for New Year's Day, right? It absolutely is. What you're I agree. What's your question, Jeff? I'm just curious. What? What? What you guess? Think that 2021 will bring to this Gemini 52 year old Gemma. Night, Jeff, Is there any particular area of life? Life is big, You know, Money, love health. Donen on health and career, Hells and career. Coolio, Okay? Wow. Oh, my goodness. Um, for for health. You have your Germany as we know. So we're in this Aquarian period now, and you're not one of your houses of health Has the planet Uranus, innit? You're honest is really like sudden, jumpy stuff. It's in sitting in your 12 house, because you're honest is in tourist is going to be there until 2025. So what? This suggested to be really good for you to do some things to take really good care of your health. Because that's power, You know, confusion. Imagine, like sticking your finger in a light socket and walking around that way. 24 7. That's what you're honest Energy feels like Self by so chop if that's happening, because you're already energized, cause you're a Gemini. You know you guys are always in motion, you know, and so would be really good for you to do some things. It's sitting there in your 12 house. Do you meditate? If you don't get started, I I've done some of that. Yeah. Now it's time to get serious about it. Okay? Yeah. All right. Yeah, that that that is good. Career wise. Anything nice time horizon. Yeah, You know, it's interesting. You've got Neptune up in the 10th house, which is would be career more than just just regular job. But what I would suggest about that is Do you do anything related to either financials or to the arts? Not to the art. But financials? Yeah, Yeah, that's that's very favorable right now. And I would say, yeah, you know, Carry on with that Also pay really strong attention to what's going on with the moon Because your second house it was money that you on is the camp is you've got cancer in that house that the planet are the design cancer. That's the moon. It feels really variable, so you could get kind of emotional about your money..
Celtics roll in Game 5, take 3-2 series lead on Raptors
"End the playoffs Game five Eastern Conference semifinals, the Celtics beat the Raptors 1 11 89 Jalen Brown 27 points for Boston as all five starters scored in double digits. Celtics starters outscored Toronto starters 93 45 Boston takes a three to Siri's league game three Western Conference semifinals Clippers over the Nuggets. 1 13 107 Paul George 32 points to win for away Coolio gets 30 points, 12 rebounds and lost. Denver layout score. Denver 29 19 in the fourth quarter rally for the win and grab 21 serious advantage.
Where Is Latino Political Power Today?
"I had an opportunity to connect with actor Sanchez battered by a Mi Familia Volta on Friday. He was in la before he was heading to. Nadda for the Nevada caucuses. I've always I've been following me for several years. It's one of those organizations said. Does some very interesting political awareness campaigns in terms of voter registrations and civic engagement regarding the Latino Communities One thing Actor is going to do a town hall with Elizabeth Warren Speaking About Nevada. And he's GonNa do that on Monday. February seventeenth beyond the lookout for that. We'll probably probably Share it on Latino rebels but anyway here's a conversation that I had with Expert on Friday. He was in la. I was on the East Coast so here it is funny. Level Latino Rebels Radio. Hey actor thank you so much for being on the Tino rebels radio station coolio. Hey so listen I know here. We are again. Everyone suddenly discovering the Latino vote. I oh New Hampshire open now. We're going to Nevada and now we're going to other parts of the country where there's lots voters. It can be a little bit exhausting. Just want to get your take on all that on on on the current election cycle on politicians. And just in general. What's on your mind as as you head to Nevada and you focus on on this election cycle. Thank you remain on a meeting? You Open Line really context Isis what we have facing the US productivity that we have in the future suddenly all these politicians are paying attention to our community. I'm going to Las Vegas tomorrow. And suddenly everybody wants to talk to us because we have the capacity to turn out Latinos but we have the responsibility to make sure that we hold them accountable because otherwise we're just gonNA see them every four years in. Were Never GonNa see the changes that we need in terms of the priorities for community so we need now that we analyze it from that perspective that we grab this political power in that we make sure that we use it. To keep of them accountable. So listen I've caught. What you've done with the video series that you do and you had you had star right and you had biden. Why was it important for you to to do that? Because I think those type of conversations are being shared in the community but they seem to get lost in the in the crush of all this political news so tell me about the importance of those videos. And what did you learn from them to contact? Julio and I want to be very clear about this because politicians are really good at Sweet Bell. Kino's in responding whatever we want to hear but the goal period is joining Denise really to to spend some good time with them and push them to get a specific commitments. So we're GONNA use this information connected to the field operations familiar Probably the strongest nations in the nation but regression GDP citizenships Them when I make sure that our community has all the possible information in education to be able to take serious decisions but by the time we have hopefully a new policy then that we can use this information that has been recorded in build campaigns around those promises for example in all of them you can see how specific we heard about the level of commitment that we we won on on. They should ballistic immigration for example. There is no single politician from anybody. The has been willing to spend the basic political capital to make it happen for those is critical to have this done in the first one hundred days in winded up but I see then that he sabi and that can get it done or Bamako got done in the one hundred days. You'll like he did it with you know any other issues. We have the nation that shows that the nation in both sides when having mediation reform we need a politician has the commitment to get it done in. Push it through the first one hundred days. And we're going to be accompanied surrounding shows like immigration in other priorities for the community. Right so what did you learn from those interviews that you didn't learn before? Was there anything where you kind of like politicians just saying the same things? What did you learn? I have questions that are very specific about commitments. For example I us all of them one of the problems that we have in our community. Julio is on the representation of Latinos in the most important space of power where the most underrepresented group when it comes to but at the end shall appointments to people in Congress who anything that means power so as them gave us on a specific commitment right now to put at least for Latino Latinas in the cabinet in for example in the in the interview with by USA said she got Hewlett from. He got upset. Yeah I saw that. He got a little bit. Like how dare you as that question? Not that I don't know what the what was going through his mind but I know what you're saying so he's very uncomfortable for them to specific commitments to basic install that is reflective of for democracy that is reflective of our population for example in the Biden. A conversation kills say for the first time Obama on on the rotations. Brian is the first time we hear the vice-president disagreeing with Obama literally on anything Infosys important to know. Are we going to have another Democratic president? That has an obsession with the politicians and the devastation of families. Or we can really use this information to keep the mobilisation amazing that. He's coming on the ground with so many organizations. Let's focus on the current election cycle because I am just fascinated to get your takes as a leader in as a civic leader as as you know in the organization that you do in the work that you guys have done in the past are Latinos invisible in this election cycle or do you think campaigns are. We started by saying you know here they come and you know. I'm going to Nevada and all of a sudden in the week before the caucus everyone wants to talk to me like you've seen this before it hit me more calm Lisa and throwing it always happens. What have you seen anything different? Well let's one element is up to us. Julio I've been working in I've been in in in doing national work on the field for for twenty years. I've been doing a lot of policy work in everytime I analyze or we do campaigns on any policy issue we are the ones suffering the biggest exclusion ican beyond Latino piles indication Gumby Hill that he can be criminal justice. It can be just immigration that we haven't got lethally nothing in the past five Joesbury basics it can be any issue either. Spending more time on Energie deals fighting for the basics. Quarter the crumbs the political power that with the service community in we fight Cited because if we would all the possibilities that we have community if we exercise political power. We need to make sure that everybody's single precedent that comes to the White House goes through Latino community in the has accountability to the Latino community. We need to make sure that we never ever allow racist misogynist the most destructive precedent in the history which is Donald trump that we never have a guy like this and we can make sure that we're doing that storm may sing. Julio Reina been all over the nation traveling because we office in six states fourteen of his bates and he's so beautiful to see Latinos and Latinas are actually in the front lines. Making this a better stronger McCready. Some very hopeful among the turnout hopeful. But I can see that that people are literally a a organizing communities is amazing the powerful stories that we see in the point that is a direct correlation between quality of life and the level of civic engagement. We have the quality. Boris schools the quality of for bars. The quality of everything that we see. So that's where we're doing. So that's the first point. Julio the second point is to fight the structural problems that we have in democracy to exclude Latinos and Latinas. He's a horrible democratic system just the basics of how he was created. You'll for white men in how we still exclude people of colored to have easy access to the democratic process for Boris oppression to just lack of investment in in our communities a when I was shadow. Finish a leg with some studies in in campaign sexually to look at money and all. Yeah I remember that I I. I've say more about that because I think that's part of the problem right. That's a big part of the problem. The reality is that democracy is extremely expensive. I can't tell you how much it goes to the restriction. A hug until you how much it goes to knock on doors. I can tell you how much everything has a price that in presidential election count goes from four billion to six billion depending on on on the yearning keeps getting more experienced. You you said with a B B A billion billion just want people to hear that billion anyway and guess what happens brother all that money goes to white communities and of course. Yeah in two. Were turning this conversation around and say you know what let's pressure on the candidates. How much money. They're spending in our communities to the border Knocking on doors really talking to people. How much money out of they is spending on on the different elements that are so critical for for a for elections in the democratic
11 Trivia Questions on The 90s
"All right guys today. We have an episode all about one of my favorite decades. The nineteen nineties. You're GonNa have fun playing along with these questions and again cantons in Australia in here if you are a child of the eighties or the nineties or even the two thousand. We're going to dive into eleven questions on the nineties right now. Here we go all right here. We go with some Trivia on the ninety S. Here's question number one. What was the name of the Butler on the fresh Prince of bel-air question issue number one? What was the name of the Butler on the fresh Prince of bel-air that's question question number? Two what brand of Giga pet sold over seventy six million units starting in nineteen ninety seven. What brand of GIG PAT sold over seventy six million units? Starting back in Nineteen ninety-seven question number three on the cartoon. Hey Arnold in. What tape is Arnold's head often referred to on the Nick Toon? Hey Arnold in what shape is Arnold's head often referred to. That's question number. Three question number four. What group had the hit nineteen ninety song? Let's talk about sex. What group pedal hit one thousand nine hundred song? Let's talk about sex question for question. Five Yo play made a very popular brand of yogurt based on what colorful kids. Cereal of the nineties. Yo Playmate a Popular Yogurt based on what serial of the nineties. That's question number number five six more questions left in this quiz on the most radical decade of all the Nineteen Ninety S. Here's number six. What nineteen ninety-four movie use the tagline? Get ready for rush hour. Get ready for rush hour question number seven what year did Goldeneye 007 get released in the US. For nintendo sixty four. What year did Goldeneye come out on the Nintendo sixty four four number seven number eight? A Children's book was released in one thousand nine hundred eighty two called the blank cheese man man and other fairly stupid tales fill in that blank the blank cheese nanny nine hundred ninety two. That's question number eight. What book was that number? Nine is a fifty fifty question who won super bowl. Twenty nine in one thousand nine hundred ninety six was at the San Francisco Forty niners or the chargers. Here's one super bowl twenty nine and nineteen ninety-six. The forty niners or the chargers question number ten Dan. The Weird Al Song Amish Paradise was a parody of what other ninety song question of ten. The Weird Al Song Amish Paradise was a parody of what other ninety ninety s Song Question Number Ten and question number eleven for two points. What was the four word word name of a famous mounted talking fish? You could buy off your TV in the nineties will confer four words here four a multiple talking fish you you buy off your TV in the nineties. That is the end of your quiz on the nineties for today's episode Checkout Ogle Pogo Brewing in San Gabriel California tons of Great Beers here to try tons of great beers on tap in tons of great beards to take home one of my favorite places to grab a beer. Oh go pogo brewing. San Gabriel California. We'll be right back in just a second with the answers to the questions on the ninety S. We're back with the answers to nineties he's Trivia. Let's see how you did. Question number one we have the name of the Butler and the fresh Prince of bel-air which of course was Jeffrey. He was kind of a smart Aleck character on the fresh prince. Jeffrey on the fresh prince number two. What brand of Giga pet sold over seventy six million units starting in one thousand seven? That was Tamagotchi Tamagotchi number three on the cartoon. Hey Arnold and what shape is Arnold's head often referred to football it is a football shaped head. Football head is actually the last line of these shows intro. If you've seen number four what group had hit nineteen ninety song. Let's talk about sex. That was salt in pepe. Common table condiments. You might find at a restaurant or diner number five Yo. Oh play made a very popular brand of yogurt based on the colorful cereal tricks in the Nineties Tricks Yogurt which I imagine was also just for kids number six. What nineteen ninety-four movie used the tagline? Get ready for rush hour. That was speed my wife was like. Is it rush hour when I was quizzing. Her and she goes is it. Is it rush hour and I was like no. It's it's not rush hour. Because that's in the tagline. Although the movie came out like five years later four years later ninety eight. I think three years later whenever that was ninety. Six to ninety eight two years later. Oh my number. One Thousand Ninety four is when speed it came out so it was five years later now for years like Oh my God numbers Goldeneye double o seven get released in the US for Nintendo sixty four. That was back in nineteen ninety seven ninety seven the year the Goldeneye the game that changed the world number. Eight of Children's book was released in one thousand nine hundred called the blank cheese man and other fairly stupa tails. It was the stinky cheese man. The stinky cheese man. I've read that to my daughter before in modern times number. Nine one super bowl. Twenty nine and nineteen ninety-six. It was the the forty niners. The forty niners and number ten. The Weird Al Song Amish Paradise was a parody of song that would be gangster's paradise by coolio he was not happy with parody from an interview. I saw back in the day and number eleven for two points. The talking forward fish that mounted and would sing to you. I believe he bought it off. TV was called big mouth. Billy elite Bass Big Mouth Billy Bass so there you go. You learn some stuff or reminisced about the nineties on
'Hollywood Ripper' found guilty of murdering 2 women, including Ashton Kutcher's date
"LA the so called Hollywood Ripper was found guilty of murder today Markell gore gu Leo is convicted in the stabbing deaths of two women and the attempted murder of a third one of the women Google io killed was set to go on a date with actor Ashton Kutcher the night that she was slashed to death but when Kush because you're a testified in the case he said he sold spilled red wine on the carpet through a window that turned out to be the woman's blood or Coolio could face the death
Google's sales swing and miss (The 3:59, Ep. 552)
"The. Welcome to distribute tonight Chiang, I'm offering Google's parent alphabet reported first-quarter revenue. The missed expectations earnings were hit by one point seven billion dollar e you find for practices. Amid all contras of what's interesting here is amid all the controversies around Google right now between their staff between ethics issues. They've always been able to count on their business. But even in this first quarter revenue did miss expectations and got slammed for it. Yeah. I think the big chunk of that are all of these controversies. But I also think it's interesting that no one's paying attention to their push into smart homes like making their own gadgets have their right made by Google branch with the pixel phone. They mentioned that they didn't sell as well as they had expected to either. No, that's a great point. They Samsung also reported last night also felt the same pressure particularly in the premium phone market is you're saying he's expensive phone. They aren't catching on with consumers because I don't think it's the controversies to be honest because Facebook undergoes these same controversies and yet they their earnings were up. Right. Yeah. So I don't think it's it's the controversies. I think it's pushing the hardware that's hurting their pockets. I think you're right. It's a really good point. They did teas. That there'd be more hardware coming for Google next week were expecting at least Michio pixel three phone. So maybe an affordable phone that affordable pixel phone that the consumers would actually wanna buy. Yeah. I mean, that's kind of how they found their hit with the Google home mini. I mean think about how Google home wasn't really doing that. Well, stacked up against the Amazons device for really long time. And then the mini kinda struck out for them. Yup. And keep in mind that before this whole pixel lineup. There was the next phone line franchise and those next phones were much beloved for the fact that they were Ford -able, also like amazing phones. All right next up while ways in the headlines, again, this time Bloomberg reports that Vodafone a back door vulnerabilities in some of his equipment far back as twenty eleven. This comes amid escalating tensions between the US. And while way and the CFO is still incarcerated in Canada awaiting extradition. What do you think? Yeah. So last week, the u k there was another report that the u. Hey would be allowing a way to build non-core parts of its infrastructure, but the officials from the department of homeland security at an event that I was at had mentioned that the still be a risk even though its non-core perhaps the UK government feels like they have found a manageable amount of risk because everything's gonna come with some level of risk. But you know, these reports like this don't really bode well for national security concerns surrounding wall way, a lot of security officials worry that you know, way is to close if the Chinese government and would be able to use that on five G networks to as a back door to spy on other countries. And the reports were interesting that, you know, Vodafone initially found some of those vulnerabilities while ways said, okay, we got this all fix and then they went back and actually look and those lower abilities were still around so deadly calls suspicion to the company. Lastly, can we talk about the sonic the hedgehog trailer? This looks awful. It's unfortunate that this is a podcast, and you can't walk. Watch this trailer as being unless you're on our livestream broilers. But yeah, I hated every single part of this. I mean, there was right down to the music choice gangster's paradise playing when sonic was running around. And it's just it's so weird to me because sonic has such a like conic, you know, low soundtrack. Yeah. Also. Yeah, why go with that song? When there are so many songs from like the sonic like discography honoree mino-, right? Where I say. But like there are two like poke Amonte like detective Pichu used like songs from yoga on the right? Hanukkah minute us like Coolio for this. Yeah. That's I mean. A love this is just contactable looking in. You know, Brian was saying this could be the next. Mario super. Mario brothers disaster. Yeah. I mean, honestly the coolest thing about this whole trailer was Dr robotic played by Jim Carey, right? I felt like they should have went the route of Sony when they did venom. Or I forgot what studios. I don't know if you're using venomous as a prototype as good movie. No. But like my point is is that they should focus on the villain store. Stay as a standalone movie. Joker sort of a background character. Yeah. Yeah. Don't give me live action Sonning doctoral robotic that's a cool. Like like, Jim. Carey looks the coolest. I don't know if there's a market peel for Dr Nick, I mean, look, I don't think song should be made it alive, actually. Yeah. It's just it's just weird. All right. More of these stories because on CNN and Roger Chang, I'm African thanks for listening.
'Saved by the Bell' star Tiffani Thiessen has a travel-inspired cookbook on deck
"As rarely you'll be thrilled to know that a star from saved by, the bell has a new cookbook Oh yeah she has a showing the cooking channel Yeah yeah And She's she's, been how long has she been on the food number for a few years? Now. Right I think. So. Yeah. Yeah her show is on on. Weekends I think I'm not. Mistaken I think like weekends on Sundays or, something But sixteen year old Tiffany and began learning about French wine on? Press. Tours saved by. The. Bell. Crew back in the early nineteen. Nineties when the American sitcom. Was soaking up big moment in the spotlight It was in France Italy Belgium and. Holland that peace and a team star for her role is playing Kelly Kaposi on the aforementioned series was, introduced a new cuisines and unfamiliar flavors not yet of legal drinking age in, the states in Europe these could let her have her wine. And drink it too often with cheese and other appropriate food pairings What are they start drinking they start drinking wine eight In, a What do you have a wine glass of wine Peruse the recipe section of her website and blog and you'll see that her tastes are wide, ranging reflection from, her, time, abroad, from roasted vegetables lasagna to blueberry, Thai basil. Tart to balls about about Salman glazed barbecued ribs Seasons offerings, are diverse Admits she's lucky to have had those travel experiences as a teenager, while most ordinary teams we're thinking about pop quizzes and prom These in was falling. Hard for the, food of the, world and though it would be years before she would dive into the lifestyle via her blog. And before that her dinner parties the seed was, planted during her time in Europe with the saved by saved by the bell. Cast people can tell when things aren't. Real organic these and wants to make it clear that she's always been passionate about food my love for food is purely organic she tells the group gathered at the blogger eighteen conference for her baking bread is as much is is about so much more than, just eating and developing her forthcoming cookbook Was about so much. More than compiling recipes putting a cookbook together is like birthing a child with four hard corners good