22 Burst results for "Gelo"

"gelo" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"gelo" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

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"gelo" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"gelo" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

"Come back from a knee all right so we could access jamal maurienne clay. And then we added all these other problems with the warriors. You know what i mean. Got it but like it's like okay russ has had four knee surgeries lebron. Her to last three years Hurt like every year. The brooklyn nets like brooklyn the best team in the nba. We're gonna win mba. Champion harry Rolls his ankle and james harden polls his hamstring. Like these things. Do have what you're saying is there's these are limited software engineer soft tissue like we're talking to major injuries and clay the one thing that i it does give me maybe more hope is Is that you see how katie came back. Always tending like it feels like medicine has really improved. It didn't for demarcus cousins and a different position. He wasn't in great shape. He's not the not the same type of player so i don't know it's going to be really interesting to see what happens with with klay but i also think the point that you may which one which is. I don't think people understand how much they were ahead of the nba. Yeah the understanding valuing the three point shot small ball basketball all the right pieces you bad staff. Second contract was only forty four million dollars. Allow them to go out and get other guys now. They're capped out now. They're older now. Everybody plays some form a small ball. So i can stay now. I just think. I just feel like the compound effect of question marks it just going to be tough for the warriors to overcome all of that but they do have staff but i would say lakers lebron in nsf. Katie's that's another factor. Why you could have the you know. The nets the lakers over the warriors. But you don't all great players. But i will give the edge still on and katie when it comes to the play offs and the finals and didn't ask you. I have my own opinion that talk to you. But i'm not gonna cloud yours. Jello ball made headlines because he made threes erste. You watched you evaluate what level players jailable. Well i could tell by the way you framed the question. I probably know your opinion on it. Maybe i'm wrong. But i'll tell you this. He looked like he belonged in. Mba summer league. You gotta give credit for that. He played well. You know he made shots. I feel like the biggest issue with him. Is the foot speed at his position. I think it would help him to lose some weight. Maybe get a little bit quicker on. His feet of the thing is though is brother could be a future superstar and that helps younger siblings or even older siblings get on their team so i wouldn't be surprised if he becomes the charlotte hornet in the future especially get down to the g. league and play really well down there in combination of lamelo becoming a superstar. I think it can happen but you know in some aliki like you belong. I'll say that stuff eyebrow. I can't wait to your next pod appreciate jonah mine eliane not just because you have me on nearest. Because i've been listening i enjoy. I enjoy your insight. I appreciate thanks so much for having me on your platform of keep up the great work with all and everything else. that's due. Doug talk soon. Really appreciate touching later. I reminded the doug. I'll show daily three to six eastern twelve three pacific on the iheartradio app. Of course you can download that as a podcast on a daily basis. That's the doug gottlieb show. Yeah like we we talk a lot about nba. And i i. I love his inside his input but in terms of college basketball. Now we're going to have to do kind of like a like check in arizona new head coach right Kentucky coming off of really top season texas new head coach. Looks like they're loaded up for bear. Oklahoma new head coach indiana new head coach north carolina head coach. Like these are the biggest of the big boys. I hope you enjoyed that. Podcast and interesting journey was had and of course really good stuff on the summer league. Keep your questions coming at gottlieb. Show check out the doug alley. Show remember to subscri- dow download subscribe rate writer review of this pot. It somehow helps me out in the meantime. I'm doug alley. This is although

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"gelo" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"gelo" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

"Don't kiss. they'll be fine. Man mentally physically healthy somewhat of a wildcard. Even know i will always say that kyrie is the most skillful player in the nba. And i don't know if you wanna debate that. I think the guy has more options as a offensive player than anybody in the nba. But he's always a wildcard when it comes to you know off the court but love him as a player Yeah you know the chemistry on the courtroom really good when they got the play together last year and and you know it didn't last. They didn't play with each other much. But i think patty mills was a huge off season signing for them. I think that went under the radar. That's going to be big for that. Because he's going to be able to step in when one of those guys are injured and play great regular season and playoff minutes. Good point If you had to pick one team the west that would that we compete The most with the lakers would be. Oh man let's say. Let's go with a wildcard jamal. Murray comes back healthy. Let's say denver. You know what's funny. That's the one. I would point to. And i'll tell you why lakers transform themselves in this offensive might. They're the best defensive team two years ago now. They're in opposite they're not better off. It's effectively on paper than denver denver. So much michael hordern juniors at a problem and the other i think i think he has another leapt. Make doug and then you throw in And then you throw in. Obviously at the mvp people forget how good jamal murray was going back to the bubble right like you have. I mean he got news. Sixty five seventy points right there between those three and then they have a depth of other dudes that they still gordon right where they got. They were still trying to figure out how to use them late year. Like that's a really good offense. She really yeah and it was amazing. How they're playing. When they had aaron gordon and jamal murray was still healthy. They were playing like the best team in the league at that point and i think that you get back to that Okay you mean one team in the east that you think is most likely compete with brooklyn. Would it be milwaukee. Do you like what boss done. Are you gonna go crazy talent. Tell me the knicks is again in philly. We still know what they hang on. Benson's let's go with a team. You did mention the you know. Even he culture of their coaching staff always seems to get things done. In my opinion they have enough talent. This year with kyle and jimmy and dunkin space in the floor and hopefully tyler could get back to where he was in the bubble of they got a lot of pieces there and i think they have enough talent to get done with. They beat a healthy nets. I don't think so. But i think they can make a run again Okay last thing. How can somebody get your podcast combos podcasts. Cbo seo. You are not apple podcasts. Iheartradio spotify ugali on instagram and one to combo. Hew on twitter at combos courts. The os you. Doug thank you so much for having me on. Your platform actually listened to your gas. I enjoy your podcast all my appreciate everything that you do. And thanks so much for having me on last thing or less thing We haven't talked warriors. Okay i may be the only guy. I kind of think this is gonna be like..

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"gelo" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"gelo" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

"You're really a screw up account right. That's that's what that's that's what it is. Okay so you get to saint thomas more henry on fourteen. I'm really young and you know there was the pg team and i was on the jv team. Because i was young and a lot of great players like call cruiser. Julian sends the. I don't know if you remember some of those names. But caulk call marone. Hit course so car was my roommate he was he was older than me of dallas. It was a great experience i played. Jv played really well It was it was a good experience. I mean it was a little bit of a weird school. You know you got to dress up in Shoots and there was no girl girls. It was a little bit strange but for the most part i got to work on my game. Get in the gym early and see what high level high school basketball was all about from a young age Okay so you stayed there often. You see bounced around a bunch. High schools were were all. Yeah so then. I left there Went to public school tenth grade. Play varsity was really short still was like five eight. My a athleticism at my heightened in reach up to my skills yet so you know it was a tough experience playing varsity that aid but i've proved quickly school. Let's go clinton in the bronx. Yeah clinton in the bronx isn't it. We were pretty good. You know we got pretty close to make garden But we didn't get there. We had a good run in the playoffs. Yeah okay so as your sophomore year your junior year than when you do i go to winston going another prep school. That's up in massachusetts. Yes sir saying show shovel winching than probably in august. Yes sir hers. how'd you. How'd you connect with the coaches a winston. I think i was sending out a bunch of you know. Emails i don't know was back. They letters and you know they gave you the go. So actually that was the year i grew so they had like a varsity team. And you still there doug okay. They had a team. Pg team so. I played on the varsity team. And i started growing like i average which was basically beaching. I average basically like thirty three to thirty five points today on what you would call the b. team out. It was eleventh grade of the and i started to grow like grew from five nine. Two six four six five. You know really quick. Start playing above the rim. I improved a lack that year so that was a good experience and i decided to leave right after the basketball season up there to who is on your team winston well. There was a curtis. Stinson was there francisco. Garcia was there Mike lytle who's now a bass though. He's not a sneaker youtuber. They might have heard of. Mr former simpson was meru made with carter stinson as well. So yeah there was a lot of good players there so you grew from from five eight two six four six five. Yes sir maybe five. Ten to six four six five. That's crazy i mean. He probably publishes stay back night..

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"gelo" Discussed on The Creators Club Podcast

The Creators Club Podcast

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"gelo" Discussed on The Creators Club Podcast

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"gelo" Discussed on The Creators Club Podcast

The Creators Club Podcast

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"gelo" Discussed on The Creators Club Podcast

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"gelo" Discussed on The Creators Club Podcast

The Creators Club Podcast

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"gelo" Discussed on The Creators Club Podcast

"Yeah now. I mean in in real. I've gone back on it many times. Because he's a huge guy. Like i'm sure you know So you know him. And i've gone door nice debates about it but yeah i mean he's good berlin and stuff hasn't gotten worse in my opinion is just changed from my style from him so like he dropped. He dropped that one song. He off with Young soggy and future called like dsl or something like that are these. That was on the demo tapes. Yeah like that. One was the first one i heard from him in like a wild house like like. Yeah yeah interesting. Because it was just like a bunch of like soundcloud songs on his clone doberman. What's your favorite drinks on all time. that's such a hard question I would probably say you know. I think i'm gonna say over and that's only because it's only because it's kind of a cop out answer but that's only because it's the first drake song i heard like ever. That was. That was so i was like. Yeah that's a that's a good choice outta here. yeah yeah. Yeah now he. I messed with them. Hella back when part of cash money and stuff and then he branched out his own stuff and especially like when he went to like r. n. b. when he lost i feel like that just like reflects my producing style. I in favor more uptempo stuff. Like if it's gonna be slow like that it's gotta be kinda like a like a boom bap lake like Like real nikam like real bitter tracks. Were you just like. You're just spitting on on the beat. You like rb to me has never been like something that i like to listen to. Just because like if i'm gonna listen to r&b add much rather listen to like like Like joey bad ass. Or like a mac miller where it's more because yeah. I don't know like this marin bees just like old to sexual for me to listen to. It's got like a specific mind. Yeah it's good for that. But the mac definitely he's another artist it has a big discography great his transition from lake grabbing to singing like. Yeah i respect him entirely like completely differently because you know they make a lot of their own stuff like. They're completely self-sufficient you on. And they're just like their career arcs. Were like so dope like especially like when you think about mcintyre think. I started his leg like max started out as like a frat rapper. Exactly yeah and like and tyler started out as like. I don't even know what the call like faster.

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"gelo" Discussed on The Creators Club Podcast

The Creators Club Podcast

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"gelo" Discussed on The Creators Club Podcast

"You want to do another album. I did before or do you. Want to exclusively produce. Somebody's fool album or something that Definitely so the the second one you said it's probably probably the one i choose As like my biggest goal. Because i i just think that I'm always been told by the people who work with me. Artists and stuff. That i'm like i'm like well to creative to just be a producer And i like like the concept of like exclusively producing a project for someone Or even like being in like control of like picking the other the other producers on the project Is something that's really interesting to me because it me to get like my creative direction as well and So that's actually low key kind of what we're doing with the collab- between relay f. In the other rapper like all the sample beats. It's me in this one producer. That on boys with that my has. No placements doesn't even have a tag. He just produces for a hobby. But he's really good at making like Classic boom bap like sampled beats so like him. And i have been you know. Really creatively pushing the direction of the beats on album to exactly what they weren't so i'd say that's definitely like what i'm interested into this year. I'd like to do it with more albums. And yeah just because like you then like you get you can get like super dope might be transition and stuff like that. When you're more you know in control of like all the beats sounds the 'super no i know you you said you fell off from Drake but that's when his producer. Forty used to do you know it's it's no bad loving straight. I just think that his his old stuff was just you know After nothing was the same man. Nothing now yeah twenty. Thirteen twenty fourteen year. It is.

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"gelo" Discussed on The Creators Club Podcast

The Creators Club Podcast

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"gelo" Discussed on The Creators Club Podcast

"Yeah. I think it's been really good to see people like yourself. And we've made connections with who are trying to get away from the the crabs in the barrel mentality like you know we can help each other climb instead of i can make the top. There's too many people like that. Yeah a lot. Yeah because i mean you you see you see too many times. Like if you think about it like producers have like the wrong mindset like like i send placements out too big ours colleague when i click like realistically i'm like all right like i'm basically like talking up as a loss like until it comes back you know like i'm not expecting anything because like you see like all the big producers like allows guys. I just need like they come up with artists that you know they they come up with together getting placements like connie had. Jay z. metro had twenty one. Peer had cardi so like you know you gotta find somebody like that in. Come up with them. Because if you're just expecting to like keep sending out placements and stuff then like it's not gonna work your it. It could be like. It's very rare. Yeah frankie kind of already asked this but like how do people react like when you tell them. You're trying to start off in the music. Industry is in more like. Oh that's really are at or they like support exciting for you normally. It's for me because like a lot of my high school friends especially in like in even my college friends like for a while and like some of them still having taken me seriously but like for awhile didn't really take me seriously. Like oh yeah oh cool. He's making beats like whatever And unlike they started hearing my beats and they're like oh this is actually pretty sick like You know. I could hear this being wrapped to buy like anybody and stuff like that.

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"gelo" Discussed on The Creators Club Podcast

The Creators Club Podcast

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"gelo" Discussed on The Creators Club Podcast

"He's he's like young to porno sitting down to listen to new people He's a beast got got a project with him coming out this year too. i think But he's he's awesome super dope very unique artists. Doing what you do with the producing. Would you say that you've kind of found yourself like 'cause i know that you know in the world of music it's very competitive place. So do you think that you've found yourself being able to interact with more people that you know you wanna see each other win vs the people. That are kinda acknowledged. I don't wanna help view. Because i'm trying to you know Be the one to make it to the top. You know what i mean. yeah. I mean i'm pretty from the get go. I've always been like very been. It's been very important. Geez i can't talk. It's always been very important to me since the beginning. That like I work with people who like i connection to like it was always Like i never liked the concept of like you know just selling beats to random people and then never hearing back from them not getting an opportunity to promote their project. Because you're the producer or anything like that. So i've always tried to like reach out to artists and like do it that way as opposed to like you know if somebody buys a beat from my beat stars like reach out to him and joe like let me know what you put down this. I'd love to help you promote it and like we're really good at like i just don't like i don't wanna be like one of those guys like here's a beat. You know i don't care about you you don't care about me like for me. It's more like a like a networking thing in lega. But i've definitely encountered people who dislike like. I had a guy just the other day who lake. I hit them and bro. Like i love your music like Hit me up. If he won't beats like for the low like i'll i'll give you beats for like a fifty percent discount like you know. Let's work together. And he was like eating me back and he was like. You're like man like you might. Em's asking me for beat and and utah or asking me to like. Give me a beat. He's like and you wanna charge me. He's like nah bro. He's like if you like Like you're a guy. And i'm like i'm like that's not only at that point like i just didn't respond to the fifty percent. It's not somebody wanna work with now. There's definitely people out there. You gotta be careful But like some people. Don't care. And i'm just not one of those people like i just want to have a relationship with the artisan and stuff because you know i like I like releasing my own stuff too so like having a room having a relationship with artists.

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"gelo" Discussed on The Creators Club Podcast

The Creators Club Podcast

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"gelo" Discussed on The Creators Club Podcast

"I make like you know eight million is off song and i gotta pay like four million out. That's cool like i'm cool with that. That was one that i always wondered about as far as sampling was. It's interesting because like when you start like the conception is is that you know you wanna be as clean as possible and the simple truth. Is that like they. Don't pay attention to people like us unless they you know they have a reason to yourself racking up now we wanna go fast. So much stuff is happened. This week likes crazy. Capital dome buildings definitely crazy for us being so close to it. Yes while man's wild times and it's like what. How many days are we ended. Twenty twenty one. We we just got here and this preview. I don't like it. I know jump ahead. Twenty twenty one just like bang lettering. This is going to okay. This is a weird question. I guess but how do we link will young yellow sam so i i believe i found out from you from lakes steven steven directed when it really is videos or whatever so i think i hit you or something like that or you might have been me about like the show. The talent showcase the talked about it. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah yes zan. The anti question is basically. It's through really because he was the one who reached out to me and told me about nostalgia issues like he. He explained to me. That stephen was like working on something with you guys. He's also like you know active with y'all sedan. Yeah yeah that's kinda how. I got introduced So i've been from the legal code face and nice very cool. I like the connection interstates. Yeah like we've really made a lot of connection label and it's just like everybody knows somebody who does something different. Which is something that we could utilize for the label which is very interesting name. You definitely gotta get you producer. Songs like one of our artist. Yeah yeah for sure. I'm always. I'm always opened a lot lot of priests i work with the other. Pretty they always tell people like they're busy and stuff like that. And i'm not like that like i like i'm always. It doesn't matter how busy i am. And i think it's part of my personality to take on more work than i usually have. Good but approachable. I'm always. I'm always open to work and i'm always I'm always going to get it done. Two so definitely always definitely always down to work with new people expand our stuff like that..

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"gelo" Discussed on The Creators Club Podcast

The Creators Club Podcast

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"gelo" Discussed on The Creators Club Podcast

"And like i always have school and stuff too so Like my life was pretty busy. And then when quarantine happened you know everything kinda like slowed down my class online. So i had like a lot more free time. And i really pushed me so yeah definitely like i have so much more free time now. Even nowadays like it's completely revolutionized my day in terms of beat making like estimate roughly. How many beats you have or songs. You have Yeah let's see. I mean i think roughly all in all since i started making beats. I've probably made like over five hundred beats like but that's like fully care that's like that's including ones that you know. I scrapped halfway through like once finished completely. Probably like three hundred four hundred because i'm pretty picky like if if a beat can make it through the first like ten minutes of me making it then like i'm going to keep it but if i can't get through ten minutes of even just like something simple and it's given me a hassle like i get rid of it i'm just like 'cause like my mentor. My mentality there is like if i can't if i can't find something to make this sound like a good beat and ten minutes like what's going to make an artist thing that they want to wrap on like twenty when i hear like twenty seconds so you that's kind of the way i view it but yeah i'd say probably like three hundred four hundred beats this year already. Though in like ten days i've made Made like fifty. I think are being. I've made forty seven. How many how many on average do you make a day late. If i had nothing going on that day and i'm just trying to make beats all day I could probably ten a day. Pretty consistently But like most days. I'm doing some sorta either like engineering or leveling work for an artist or like networking as well. So i usually probably do like four to five. Good solid yeah. Do you sample a lot on the beats that you create like. Are you really in like greg really big into sampling or not so much The so like the beats that. I make It's like i'm working on a project right now with with Really ass and another maryland robbery called bumpy and like all the beats on those usually examples on so all of those it's like it's like a requirement essentially that i'm like giving myself.

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"gelo" Discussed on The Creators Club Podcast

The Creators Club Podcast

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"gelo" Discussed on The Creators Club Podcast

"Like a bunch of stuff coming so he's by. I'd probably him like when you're live tea's like some joint project that will if something like that you're producing. Yeah he's coming out with his What his album. Pretty soon I think it's ten songs. And i'm on three of them. Pretty three of them so Yeah so and he's got more stuff coming this year. We i think. I sent him like like fifty beats so he's just working his way through on wall so some president. Yeah do you ever see yourself Being on track vocally like even aventis background vocals. Cover hairs he man. That's funny because everybody like people always told me when i started producing. They're like oh like artist to and like a lot of people that don't have amendment like they'll think like an an album out on spotify they think that i'm an artist too And it's like. I remember to one person asked me. They're like are you all the nearly your producer right on time wrapping and i was like i remember think i don't ever think i'll get there just because like one thing that i've always told the arts that i work with in like even as a listener before i started making music. That's like super important. If you're a rapper is like your voice you know like you have to have a unique voicing after like equality your voice the people when i listen to music it's not as melodic usually is like pop and stuff arm and i just i just don't think i have that voice so that's why i tell people i'm like i'm more than happy to help. He writes from a happy to make a be for you. But i don't think i'll ever Lend vocals to stuff. I've done like like i said earlier. I've done tags for myself. And i've done like in chosen altro those two things but i've always liked pitched my voice so it's like in.

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"gelo" Discussed on The Creators Club Podcast

The Creators Club Podcast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"gelo" Discussed on The Creators Club Podcast

"Your top three. Connie songs smart favorite favorite hands. Down is jesus walks. I love that song I just think because it has like such a cool story to it and stuff as well Like i'm not sure if you are familiar with that but my favorite song as well. I really like that And then in terms of like two and three. That's where it gets hard because he's still many. I'd probably say i put blood on the leaves up there. I like that one. And i put There's one from a beautiful fancier now Devil a new dress for sure. Rick ross verse on that spy case. That was a hard question for me. Because i got like i think i have like ninety konya songs my playlist so they like a tough question for me see. Are there any like own specific albums as you're looking forward to this year I'm i'm looking forward to hopefully seeing jake whole drop in the fall off. I think that's gonna be super dope I wanna see if we get any more like trap coal before he retires. 'cause i was here for that as well And then i'm also looking forward to young thugs next album. And i mean definitely like kendrick in conyers next albums you know. There's been rumored I've like i've fallen off on. Drake really gonna kill me when he hears this. But yeah i mean. I i i haven't i haven't been the best fans of the biggest drake fan since two thousand fourteen about last year. I was like you trim. But that's probably who. I'm looking forward to you. How do you fool about like connie's transition to gospel. So like i mean. I definitely enjoyed it more than probably most people like. I know any drafts. Jesus king allow people were super angry and stuff and then followed it up by saying he's never gonna make you know Songs with cuss words. Again you definitely. And i think like that rubbed a lot of people are on way but i mean i.

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"gelo" Discussed on The Creators Club Podcast

The Creators Club Podcast

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"gelo" Discussed on The Creators Club Podcast

"Or something like that the first producer to use like tag in my opinion also completely changed how people view producers. Because like now like everything's tagged and now everything's like you know there's like an identity and a brand with a producer as opposed to just like somebody who's making your right exactly. Yeah the tag on that you had. You said you have a lot of tags i do. I'm like i have like an affinity to all my tags because each tag like most of my tags. I thought out myself on and like the early ones i even recorded myself so like i. I don't i don't like getting rid of tags. I always like having a bunch of tags. Like most producers wanted to tax so that it's like super Familiar for people. Like i like using different tags because each tag has like a like a vibe kind of fits so That's why i like using different tags. But yeah i got like eight tax more. The mary i got too many. Is your family fairly supportive of you like producing it making beats like are they pretty supportive people with that I mean i would hope so. They haven't thrown me out of the house yet with my my speech all the says good. Yeah that's a good sign but not. They're they're pretty supportive My mom's not a huge fan of hip hop music general But my my dad's a pretty pretty guy with when it comes to that kind of stuff and my mom's very supportive of anything. I do so. That's very good. Yeah yeah here we do you. Where do you see yourself with like five years. I know hopefully a crazy question. Hopefully like hopefully i mean best case. Scenario sign someway. That'd be note like maybe like a like a quality control or like like a something like that the internet money. Yeah something like that. Like either like my my two main areas of interest when it comes to music my influences which. I'm sure you guys can get from my and all of it guys named they're like chicago and atlanta. So those kind of places. I could see myself in I mean hopefully signed but if not just continuing to plug away and building artists and stuff. I like doing that. I like foreign local artists and working with them to almost becoming like their exclusive producer for awhile. That's because that's how it started out for me. So on. I liked it or not but yeah i don't know the hard question five years from now in a hurry question. What year are you in school. So i am. I'm a junior in college. I'm twenty twenty one in like five months. Okay so i started pretty late. 'cause like you know a lot of these creatures starting on at like thirteen fourteen stuff so sorry you're killing me go. I mean i've. I've forced myself to pick up the pick up the pace because like i know behind april already in terms of like age and stuff like most labels look at like high school kids. Because that's where my new keep them for like ten years and stuff So i'm china. You been listening as lately i've been listening to. I listen to play with his new album. Listen to cake cuttings new album is you like did you. Like playboys heard a lot of mixed views regarding..

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"gelo" Discussed on The Creators Club Podcast

The Creators Club Podcast

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"gelo" Discussed on The Creators Club Podcast

"I'm a business major so like yeah it's completely hand for the most part is still is a hobby I'm taking it seriously now though but it's still something that like. I wanna finish college. I want to get my degree. Like that. Doesn't and i'm trying to treat this as like at least for now. I'm trying to treat. It is like a second source of income for myself. And then if i'm like from lucky enough to get any you know any deals or anything like that then we'll reconsider but at this point that's kind of my mindset residual income you know very important checks as you can have like a specific creative process for how you go about like making your beats or like i think i saw on your bio you also like our lyricist. I think signs. I've got some writing credits But yeah i mean i. It's an interesting question for me. If he gets. The short answer is it depends on like the day some days. I'll wake up. And i'll have like you know a half lake specific artists on sports to get a pack to so that in my opinion act constrict slake the way that my workflows approach that day. Because you know. I'm only listening for certain types of melodies and i'm only listening for certain sounds with them and shit but you know my favorite days are like i just wake up and i go through like you know i got packs i got sounds i want to incorporate and stuff and i just find them in from there kinda just builds out that way I would say is like my normal workflow. I like find something that i want to work on. And then i'll just. I'll drop it in fell quick and then i always start with. I've like a funny workflow when i get in. Because like most most producers will like do though after they do melody the usually do like eight away pattern or like..

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"gelo" Discussed on The Creators Club Podcast

The Creators Club Podcast

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"gelo" Discussed on The Creators Club Podcast

"All right sam's zayn or zayn no line. I'm frankie ak frankie sas master and what's up guys. My name's mike. I'm also known as young villa. Gigging this is the creative quoque. Very nice to have our first guest on. Yes very thanks guys for having me of course. Thanks guys for having me of course for being non. So you said. I think you say you're from the dvd originally. Yeah i was. I was originally from ohio. And then i moved to baltimore when i was six. I love their school. So i went like eight gets producing. I've only been a producer for about a little over a year. I started last summer But i've been listening to music. And i've been wanting to get into it for like i would say probably five years. I mean i wouldn't even oak actually is men in prison. I appreciate that. Thank you who are on top by late. I would say right now like or like of all time like right now. Believe the long time they're like autism. So i'd say number one for is kanye. He just revolutionized the way that production was in my opinion with like. He's like the first guy who made sampling super popular in brought into the mainstream Other than him. I really like metro in wheezy I think they have you know a large influence on my sound especially my new beats And in the last two are probably sell side and Pierre born def definitely agree theo. Listening is definitely one point very nice when you when you first started making beast you like just making them in your house or did somebody like ask you for beats or how did that start so it all started with I was originally only gonna make beats for one for one guy really only going to make beats for him because he.

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People are talking about Vintner's Daughter Active Botanical Serum

The Beauty Closet

02:58 min | 2 years ago

People are talking about Vintner's Daughter Active Botanical Serum

"Today we're talking to our friend April Guard Gelo who also happens. The founders of Vintner's daughter the face oil serum that changed the beauty industry. Yes she had one product for five years and it was the obsession Russian of absolutely everyone still is. I mean like it's crazy like lady Gaga loved it originally and and we both have that ninety year old very glamorous cameras sprint who lives in La who uses it. Yeah it's there's several. It's kind of an incredible. She has incredible vision. It's a product that seems to work for vert just about everyone's skin and she just stuck with that vision and you know any investor beauty industry executive would tell you you need a line of products. You don't need one product and she just like. Did it. A different very handcrafted very very luxurious way. Yeah it's amazing and for the first first time she's going to talk about her second products check in product after five years. So that's cool. Yeah that's amazing. So did you love veterans right off the bat like what happened the first time you used it where you hooked well. It wasn't even the first time I used the first time I heard of it was from Alice Lane. Who's WHO's like famous artists and she was like you've got to try this oil and I just like when I heard the name Vintner's daughter? It sounds kind of like you know homemade and crunchy didn't sound very like what I would imagine. Yeah Alice Lane would-be telling me to use it. I mean when when a makeup artist tells you to use a skin care product like they don't they just don't recommend something unless it really makes a difference told you know 'cause they're like they're they've got and they're always trying to make their clients. Let's look better. That's how they become a great makeup artist so that was the thing that kind of blew me away was just like how passionate she was about it and then then the second I sort of like maybe a month later I heard from Jessica at Chen and she was Chen beauty in Brooklyn one of the greatest beauty stores of all time. She's the one of the smartest people and beauty and she was like. I mean vendors daughter and I was like okay. Wait a minute what and then I had to try it. I mean you try it and you're like wow this smells really good. Everybody must like it because it smells good. You know Enron and then you're like this is really working on my skin. I mean I've I've kind of used it ever since what. What about you did it? What did you have a bike? I was like being a contrarian about it because it was so hyped and I was like how can this thing be but I tried it. I remember I I tried it. I went to core power yoga and I took a shower there and then I you know I brought my skin care. And I tried vendors. They're going to work and Melissa Office. I walk in and she goes. What did you do your skin Isolde glowing? It was like not even like someone paid her from vendors to say God you know yeah and I'm hooked

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Dirk Nowitzki, Dwayne Wade And Gelo discussed on Mark Levin

Mark Levin

00:14 sec | 3 years ago

Dirk Nowitzki, Dwayne Wade And Gelo discussed on Mark Levin

"Car with NBA news. Nets guardian. Gelo, Russell will replace injured guard victory depot of the Pacers in this month's all star game. Also, the Commissioner has added veterans Dirk Nowitzki and Dwayne Wade to the all star

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Airbus Delivers First A330-900neo to Launch Operator TAP Air Portugal

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:07 min | 4 years ago

Airbus Delivers First A330-900neo to Launch Operator TAP Air Portugal

"Airbus has delivered its first eight three thirty Neo jets to top Portugal as it seeks to Trump. It's US rival Boeing the face off between the thirteen Neo and the Boeing seven eight seven is putting the two jetliners against each other in one of the most crowded butts, potentially lucrative parts of the aircraft market predicted to represent a trillion dollars in sales of the next two decades. Well, we're joined now more on this by the expert. Sean Murphy, good often insurance. Thanks for being with us. What's the conclusion of this one a successful first delivery? Yes. I think so as you say, it's a big fight. It's an intense dogfight. I think between the two big aircraft manufacturers Boeing Airbus and each time. Someone one of them produces a particular aircraft, particularly in this very crowded of middle market. The other one produces something to counter it the seven. Nights seven particularly the seven eight seven ten version was launched and flew fest with Singapore aligns in March of this year. So that's the nearest competitor to the a three thirty Neo Neo. Incidentally, new engine option is is what that stands for. It's it's it's an Airbus acronym. So Boeing are a bit ahead there. But actually, I think in orders there is much to choose between them. Well, and this is I guess show America. It's interesting isn't there? And we we talk a lot on this program about you know, the battle for sales and advantage. Whether it's in wide-body, narrowbody aircraft and all the rest of it. What's the idea here of the three thirty Neo? Are we talking about efficiency? Drives. You mention the stands for new engine option is an efficiency play. What what are each of the two to gain advantage over the other by by pushing all of these all of these things are efficiency plays. If you like, and it is largely. Down to the Gelo, of course, the the F rain the actual airplane itself. Does make a big difference. The development of of wings, particularly on both sides of the Atlantic has been extraordinarily the efficiency of these wings. And I just as an aside. They are extraordinary. It's it's a very good example of how something that is really efficient and works. Well is also beautiful because you see these wings, you see them head on and that they changed shape all the time depending on how much lifter generating they are astonishing beautiful things. So just engines. But in this case, it's the rose Royce Trent seven thousand with the the Airbus A three thirty Neo. That's the only engine option that's offered on the Airbus on that bus. And it's a development of the Trent one thousand the POWs some of the seventy sevens. Now, the one thousand has had quite a lot of problems. Mechanical problems, the seven thousand doesn't have those. Instead, it has industrial problems which have caused delays which is meant that Airbus has had to put some of its delivery dates for the eighth through thirteen years back. Let me ask you a little bit about the big picture here. Sean, particularly the way that these companies sort of head to head because there's you know, there's a battle to dominate the market, you know, the Dulles zero chasing dollars euros, whatever they might be a scarce is it friendly competition. I mean, obviously, you You know. know, let's kind of. Real questions. But can you characterize the relationship between the two framing? It's it's not really friendly. I mean, it's it's commercially. I I'd almost say cut throat. Of course, the the thing to bear in mind, though, is that there was an absolutely enormous market here. There's plenty of room for two big manufacturers. It's just that. They're always trying to score points off each other in in the way that big companies always do I I suppose personally, you know, some of them at the highest levels, they probably all get on. Okay. But the company is no it really is as I said earlier, it's it's an intense dogfight, you might wonder why. Because as we say this this this plenty of room for all.

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 Soyuz Mission Aborted Minutes After Launch

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

09:57 min | 4 years ago

Soyuz Mission Aborted Minutes After Launch

"In what's being the most dangerous man space flight. Since the Columbia space shuttle disaster, the Soyuz spacecraft has suffered a mission aboard, just two minutes after launch from the back in cosmodrome in the central Asian Republic of Kazakhstan the spacecraft was carrying two expedition fifty eight crew members to the international space station. When they saw is if g rockets core stage suffered a sudden engine failure cool to the third stage has been disconnected. And in just a moment, the second umbilical tower will separate. Power onboard, and there's the second tower. Oxygen launch command has been issued seven, six. Four, three, two one. Engine that maximum liftoff Pindar is liftoff of the so use MS tin to the international space station carrying Nick Haig and Lexi of Chinon to the orbital complex. Nick hangs first time to watch to space sealed trindon's. Second hearing good first stage performance for the silliest delivering nine hundred thirty thousand pounds of thrust from its four boosters on single engine. I stage it's still use, measured sixty eight feet in length and twenty four feet in diameter, spurning liquid fuel for the first two minutes and six seconds of flight. Kamler. One thought the ever seen as well on board that you know. Well, thank you poppy everything proceeding as a intended for today's fly. Now just over a minute into it. Flossy of the Soyuz is about eleven hundred miles per hour. News. Well. And in well, copy everything looking good preceding nominally can't we have the escape tower for the us? Now jettisoned everything. Continuing nominally four strap on boosters of dementia, and they've completed their job, dropped away in announced toot of twenty eight statute miles Soyuz traveling about three thousand three hundred fifty miles an hour. He did. Seven. Of the. Separation. Enable power. Thirty seconds into the fight. So he's traveling about forty, seven hundred miles per now. We are in weightlessness accordance Ellison station. Bye. Keys whose have they eleven forty. Two seventeen is the time of the failures. One on a is eliminated copied shroud. Well, well, on worth we have. Always had, and the power is on coffee table. So what does recommendation. Personal. The deceleration. Through? Yes. You knew. Yes, little sour is one. Ballistic this, the man is son from central their puppies. You know, just point seven. We feeling rotation. The Gelo is Billy down for this. Win. Seventy two and building down there that there has been an issue with the booster, and we are standing by for information and we continue to get it from the Russian flight control team. But everything seems to be the crew. We had good come with them and they are okay team here in Michigan. Troll is working with their counterparts in Russian, getting more information on the issue with the booster that has changed as launch plan, getting more information which will provide as as soon as we have a little bit more and we can confirm now that the crew has started to go into the ballistic descent mode, they'll be going in a sharp landing today, and we're continuing to get more information from our counterparts at the rose cosmos space agencies to the peace to have happened as the full liquid fuelled strap on boosters. Nine by Russians is the first stage sip rated from the launch vehicles. Core second-stage is the Russians cool. It one minute and fifty eight seconds after liftoff. This boost the separation which takes place at an altitude of forty five kilometer. It is one hundred and fifty thousand fate involves a spectacular maneuver known as a curl of cross in which full boost boosted single Tena sleep. Flip outwards away from the coast stage only investigation suggested the debate, the foul to separate cleanly, either slamming into the core stage during the coral of cross maneuver and damaging the side of the fuselage or remaining passionately attached and possibly tearing up out of the fuselage

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2 NYPD officers – one a groom on his wedding day – killed in Maserati crash

Jeffrey Kuhner

01:20 min | 4 years ago

2 NYPD officers – one a groom on his wedding day – killed in Maserati crash

"With the stories you'll be talking about on seventy seven wabc police say two offduty nypd cops died in a car crash after celebrating at one of the officers wedding reception police say michael cohen gelo of huntington station and john martinez of hop on died in the crash late last night and ulster county about a mile away from the reception area colangelo with canine officer was the groom police say martinez a detective of eighty four th precinct driving a twenty eight thousand miles a rottie when the car left the road struck a tree and overturned a state police spokesperson saying moments ago autopsies will be completed today but looking up a car he says he's confident that it was excessive speeding a three alarm fire this morning at a vacant building in the bronx n y assistant chief anthony davita says it was a tough blaze to battle in the tremont section very treacherous conditions we had the building was was coming apart electrical wires that were affected likewise ruffling and sparking to firefighters did suffer minor injuries president trump is returning to long island he'll give a speech on immigration and discuss ways to a radical the violet ms thirteen gang the wednesday address take place in bethpage last july you'll recall trump was in brentwood discussing ms thirteen here's christy o'brien with right now traffic dot com traffic.

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