18 Burst results for "John Batiste"
Game of Crimes
"john batiste" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"Is like taking three months and ten days of your marinol tablets all at once. And so what we've seen is like before legalization in Oklahoma. We averaged 5 poison control, not all overdoses, poison control average 5 pediatric zero to 5, overdoses on cannabis a year. And 2022, they had 269. That's a 53.8% increase in pediatric pediatric overdoses. The kids going to the pantry, seeing the edibles and eating the candy. So again, I'd say, I'm sorry. I don't want to call you out on your math, but if you went from 5, you said to how many 200. And we went from there were average before legalization, the pediatric overdoses and poisoning control averaged 5 per year. In 2022, we had 269. No, that's more than 50%. You're talking about a 5 53 fold. Oh, 53 fold. I thought you said 53% 53. Oh, I'd be like, was that 5000? I don't know. It's 53 fold increase. Yeah, 53. That's what I'm saying. It's like a 5000% increase. So again, wouldn't it be nice if we could actually and again, because of the normalization of it that happens, that I just wish with all the advocates would say, look, here's a kids taking the gummies, that's just part of freedom. They acknowledge that, but they won't acknowledge those kind of things because these changes have impacts. It is visibly changing my state right now with people buying up land out of state interests, overseas, I think we have 13 different organized crimes. 13 countries organized crime syndicates have come in here and done this. There's a labor trafficking. They're just producing it. And so. And one thing begets another, it's broken window theories. If you allow marijuana to exist, marijuana is a cash crop, you're what else do you get with that? You get all the things you're talking about. This can't be causal components of legalization said it's going to do away with crime. I mean, what the hell's wrong with you guys? I'm going to Oklahoma. Yeah. Rocky Mountain Colorado is ahead of us in this. We're fastly catching up. Their height of groups, Rocky Mountain high, it did a report on the impact of legalization. Every indicator, again, every promise that's been made by legalization by libertarians and kind of the social justice advocates alike. Everyone has proved to be false. Every single, the opposite has happened. I had a discussion with one of our listeners, and it was respectful. We just said, hey, show me some stats. I went and pulled the stats from Colorado. Corners office. Where they looked at death certificates and they looked at the suicides, the increase in suicide rate for teen, where there was elevated levels of THC in their system. Same thing increased like 200%. You know, you don't get anything like this without a consequence. With every action there is an equal reaction. And so when you legalize the stuff, people think they get the wrong impression, they go, oh, you guys are just against weeds or gets, no, what we're against is the severe impacts to society that because nobody thought far enough ahead, you wanted something so bad without thinking downstream. What's going to happen with this? What's going to happen with the people who grow it to your point? Now that you've got 13 different organized crime groups in your state, what else is going on in your state? What's the cost of human trafficking? What's the cost of child abduction? What's the cost of drug ending? I can guarantee you right now, we did a we did a thing when I was on the community placing committee for the international association to chase the police. We brought in Colorado and Washington state patrol John batiste is a buddy of mine was the colonel.
"john batiste" Discussed on KOMO
"Currently 66 in Seattle. A Washington state trooper remains in serious condition at harborview medical center after he was shot and wounded in Walla Walla. A statement from the state patrol chief John batiste says 5 year veteran trooper dean Atkinson junior drove himself to a Walla Walla hospital Thursday after a driver shot him Atkinson was later airlifted to harborview where a hospital spokesperson said that he spent the night in the trauma cares intensive care unit, a suspect in the shooting is now in custody a judge has set a $1 million worth of bail. The shooting of trooper Atkinson serves as yet another reminder of just how dangerous that job really is. According to the national fraternal order of police, the number of officers nationwide shot in the line of duty totals more than 234 this year. 45 have died while serving their community. Before last night, the group reported 8 law enforcement officers wounded in our state in 2022, four of them died in the line of duty. Two of those deaths happened in March, just days apart from one another. That's coma four's Molly Shen. A 19 year old Seattle woman is dead after being hit by a wrong raid driver in seatac last night. The 46 year old driver going the wrong way, died at the hospital this morning, the collision occurred on northbound I 5 near the south 188th street on ramp, where the two cars collided sparking a fire that engulfed both vehicles. King County will offer low interest loans to help homeowners switch from oil and gas furnaces to electric heat pumps northwest
"john batiste" Discussed on WTOP
"A spokesperson for actress Anne hesh says she is unlikely to survive after she crashed her car into a Los Angeles home last week. The CDC has revised its COVID guidelines WSB's Sabrina Cupid. Americans no longer need to quarantine if exposed to COVID-19 regardless of vaccination status, that word from the CDC here in Atlanta. The agency is saying that a majority of people 16 and older now have some level of immunity. But it is still recommended that you mask up an areas where transmission is high. And if you test positive, then you do still need to isolate yourself from others for at least 5 days. Production is halted at 6 oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico. Margaret Brennan explains why. A leak at an onshore facility in Louisiana forced shell to shut down two pipelines that can move as much as a half million barrels a day from the gulf to the coast. Officials at the facility say about two barrels of oil spilled and there was no impact to the gulf. Shell says the pipelines are expected to reopen Friday. It's goodbye for John batiste to ban leader on CBS's the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the host made the announcement on last night's show. We're happy for you, John, and I can't wait to have you back on as a guest with your next hit record. I love you. The J Paul Getty museum will return a life size group of Greek sculptures known as Orpheus and sirens and four other pieces that were illegally exported from Italy. The sculptures are believed to be from the fourth century BC. This is CBS. COVID-19 moves
"john batiste" Discussed on Broken Record
"You know? Some more in a traditional sense. Everybody says, well, it's gospel piano player. And I don't really know what that means. People say, well, this is the gospel scale. And I think that's just a scale everybody uses, isn't it? See, I think maybe gift and curse, but because I didn't learn music, I can't relate to any of that. I don't even know skills. So you don't know any scales. I mean, I don't know what they are. You know, I know. And I know that's a G major scale, but I don't know what a gospel scale is. I mean, I guess some people would look down on that. I know there was some purists, you know, I have a weird relationship with some peers because I think the genius is being able to do it, you know? Without being taught. I think that before there was notation, somebody had to play it, to write it. And I think somewhere along the line, notation became higher than being able to do it. But I take pride in the fact that it came through me. It comes through me and that it's a gift that was given to me. I'm in a huge pop band. You know what I'm saying? I just play music, whatever the moment calls for. So I don't really get into that. I'm not even sure what that means, exactly. Of course I can play church music because that is my foundation, you know? But I don't know that I would consider myself a gospel piano player. Your friend John batiste. Yeah. He went to Julia. He went to Juilliard, yes. So you can just say to him, yeah, I didn't have to do that. I mean, listen, I think those things and it depends where you're taking it, right? I mean, he's able to score soul and do all these amazing things, you know? These different things are tools for different paths. And he's undoubtedly a genius. I mean, when he sits at this piano, yes, he learned the notes, but you can't teach what he does. I remember, you know, a friend of mine who actually was who did go to Berkeley and came to start playing with me. He would tell me stuff like that was wrong. Are you playing that wrong? That was like, you know, there's no such thing. You know what I mean? And he had to eventually learn that. But I do think, yeah, because I don't know, it allows me to not know what the boundaries are supposed to be. And also the things that I listen to, I mean, when you talk about Stevie or you talk about Quincy, they would have different choices, you know, and these are the things that I that I grew up paying attention to. The Beatles as well. I mean, when you talk about different chords in different structures, those guys. They were all about it. Can you show me and maybe this will probably help listeners who you've done a couple great versions of how deep is your love? Yeah. And a lot of your music is like this, including your gospel music. Your gospel music sounds like love songs, your love songs sound like awesome music, which is always nice. Is he talking about God? Gotta listen, right? Yeah. So can you just show me, you probably heard that song growing up in the 80s because it was on radio. When you sat down to say, okay, I'm gonna try and play. What was that process like? Yeah, it was so crazy. My sister and I used to transform songs from, I mean, Annie.
"john batiste" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Next guest, our musicians who play with artists like John Legend and chance the rapper. Yes. Give it up for Ezra and adib, the potash win. Good morning. Good morning. You guys. We're doing great today. I am so excited. Can you guys have played with so many artists? Is there one person or one moment that stands out to you guys? Fantastic question. I would say like musicality wise alone, maybe John Legend. Just a class act, incredible musician, just an honor to play with him. I mean, on the jazz side, we always love playing with marsalis and John batiste. There are some of our favorites to play with for sure. But everybody, you know, we love playing with everybody. They're for genre. That's a leisure drip. We play with Mozart. We got Beethoven back from the dead. Like, we've been doing it with everyone. I mean, we exhumed his body just to play with it. He could still do it. Excited about this new album hornady, talk about it. Oh, they got Terry Crews to sing on it. Really? Yeah, he did a little spoken word. So, you know, as horn players, everyone always says, oh, are you a jazz musician? You classical musician. But with pornography, wanted it to be horns for everybody. Like none of our friends listened to jazz or classicals. We were like, pornography. Everybody gets a chance to love horns. And we did it where it was like chronologically where every single song that you hear is a new way horns is presented throughout the entire album. And we felt so lucky that we've had a lot of incredible mentors in our lives that have given us some really incredible words of wisdom, and we were like, how can we incorporate that into music? And so during COVID, we said, can you guys send us some words of wisdom or talk about horns and brass? And then they sent us back some stuff. We made an album out of it. Yeah. And you guys got the privilege of working with Bob Saget. Yeah. That was really, really tough, but also really, really beautiful for us. You guys, the ability to bring people together and to heal and we just were so lucky for the opportunity to work with somebody who we love so much. And we're donating a percentage of the album to the scleroderma foundation in honor of bob. Because that was an organization so close to him and to us as well. And so we wanted to give back because, you know, just that time with him was so valuable. And we really didn't. Yeah. Well, let's help Justin today. We bought French horns bought one for him. He's never played before. He doesn't know how to blush. Anyway. Should we start with a mouthpieces? Do you think? First and foremost, you get to put a lot of hot air through it. Yeah. Lonnie.
"john batiste" Discussed on WTOP
"The 19th The belu high school marching band in southeast played the song happy as Pharrell joined D.C. mayor muriel Bowser today to announce the Juneteenth festival For real knows a thing or two about giving back to community So when he told me about it I was so excited Pharrell decided not to hold the concert in his native Virginia Beach after his cousin Donovan lynch was killed by police there last year The first time we had our festival Virginia Beach I had a great time but in life we had challenges and you can either stop while you rise above it and that's what we chose to do The lineup includes John batiste Dave Matthews Tyler the creator and more Jason fraley WTO benish A lot of Americans are tweaking their summer getaway plans and the reason is inflation About 6 in ten adults are planning to take summer vacations but 70% of those say they're making changes to their plans because of inflation I think gas prices are leading to a lot of people cutting back But the thing is that jet fuel prices are so high that this is really filtering through to airline costs as well Ted rossman a senior industry analyst at bankrate dot com as because of this 30% of people are planning a staycation We know the past couple of years a lot of people played into this trend And that was really COVID related this year it seems to be more cost related Valerie bunk WTO P news A month's long investigation on Maryland's eastern shore paid off in a big way with several arrests and the confiscation of more than a $1 million worth of drugs Prosecutors say their probe led to search warrants that turned up cocaine heroin fentanyl meth and marijuana 9 adults between 28 and 56 are facing a slew of charges related to drug trafficking in Caroline and dorchester counties and also in parts of Delaware Keep it here on WTO it looks like some congressional Republicans were very committed to keeping the former president in power We'll talk about that with WTO's Mitchell Miller Coming up two O 7.
"john batiste" Discussed on Music Swap
"He looks exactly the same. He just doesn't hate it. How old is he? Funny enough, the next night we were watching Stephen Colbert and he said he had looked it up and Stephen Colbert is only two weeks older than Lenny Kravitz. Okay, how old is Stephen Colbert? Well, I mean, mid 50s, I think. I saw, okay, I saw Lenny Kravitz, is that the guy who's in The Hunger Games? Yes. And I thought that he was like way older. I don't know why. I guess I thought like, are you gonna go my way was like a way older song? His early 90s. Or I was like confusing him with someone else, but that's pretty cool. Yeah, he's Zoë Kravitz's dad. Yeah, and she's really popular right now. Yeah. But yeah, he looked the same. And then Travis Barker, I couldn't even tell why he was there. He came out and he played the drums. It wasn't even like Travis Barker drum stuff, really. It was just boring, like anybody could have been playing it. I don't know why he was there. Anyhow, Grammys, yes. I want to listen to John batiste. Yes. We are. This goes back to Colbert because he is the band leader on the Colbert show. I've always kind of made fun of him because he calls his band, stay human, and I'm like, what else are you supposed to do? It doesn't make sense. Why is it called Jon Batiste and stay human? Anyhow, and he's just kind of goofy. And he would always play, he doesn't do it anymore because now he's always sitting down at the piano, but usually for the theme song when Colbert would run out, he was playing, and this is not the name of the instrument. I think it's called a melodica, I think. But I would always refer to it as a mouth piano. Oh, that thing. That is goofy. And the end of the song goes, and I'd be like, mouth piano. Anyhow, he's just kind of goofy and he's silly, and so I used to always make fun of him. However, I've learned a lot about him and just kind of his beliefs about music and artistry and creativity and I really align with a lot of things he says in his speech for his acceptance speech was awesome. And I just want to go back and hear that album because I don't think it's the typical like, oh, this is the super poppy popular album that was really this year and let's give it an award. I think there's more behind it and he just seems like a genuinely good guy. So yeah, I just want to support that work. Yeah, I do want to listen to that. I'm not going to lie the first time I actually heard about him was with the soul soundtrack and I took note of that because of course Trent Ross, 'cause Ross. They won a Grammy too, I think, which is pretty cool. But Jon Batiste took home the most Grammys. So I need to listen to him now. He was nominated for 11 and he got 8. Holy crap..
Pop Culture Happy Hour
"john batiste" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"He is as a live performer. I don't know why, but I feel like. I hear something take me back and I let go with so much. To totally accomplish in sort of everything he touches literally, right? I mean, he's dashing to the piano and hopping up and running around in a set that looks like the movie soul. And then running back to the piano and there was just a lot going on and he sort of, he didn't just navigate it, he controlled it in a way that was incredibly impressive. Well, one thing that we talk about every year when we talk about the Grammys is that the Grammys have a tendency to not only hand out awards, but to anoint industry ambassadors. And so what often winds up happening is they'll kind of put all their chips on one jazz musician, one rock musician, one country musician, and then they'll kind of lavish awards on them year after year. And so one thing you saw pop up several times tonight, if there was a country award to be handed out and Chris Stapleton was nominated for it, Chris Stapleton was gonna win it, Chris Stapleton, ended up winning best country solo performance best country song best country album. In The Rock category, Foo Fighters ended up winning best rock performance best rock song best rock album. So you see John batiste falling into that category as well of like John batiste is now a Grammy anointed favorite. And as you mentioned, John batiste is going to keep winning Grammys over and over again. Now, I mentioned Foo Fighters. Foo Fighters absence really loomed large over this telecast. Drummer Taylor Hawkins died on March 25th, Foo Fighters were scheduled to perform, but that was, of course, scrapped. But there were still tributes to him. Totally, and we even saw Billie Eilish wearing a Taylor Hawkins T-shirt during her performance, right? The other thing if I can say this about these so called niche categories or the genre categories is kind of a rock is a niche category now. Yeah, right. Listen in 2022. It is. But the voters for all those categories are self selecting, right? So I'm a former Grammy voter and a former Grammy judge myself before I came to NPR. And one of the things is that you tell the Grammys in your votes what you feel your categories of specialty are. And they're sort of relying on you to report that correctly. So people, if they have a favorite in a certain category that they really want to vote for, it is totally possible to sort of put all your votes towards that any sort of, that's how sweeps come more possible. You mentioned some of the sort of niche categories. I think that is where several true pleasures came up over the course of the evening. There were a few enormously satisfying wins that I was really happy to see. Anastasia, do you want to name a couple of yours? Yeah, Jasmine Sullivan. She finally won her first two this evening. That was pretty amazing. And it very long overdue for my point of view. I mean, Jasmine Sullivan, I jumped off the couch and pumped my fist like the packers at just won the Super Bowl. I was so excited. Hotels is one of my very, very favorite albums of 2021. That record is phenomenal. It's wild that she had never won a Grammy before. I was very, very, very happy about that. She tied for best R&B performance with silk sonic and then one best R&B album, beating, among others John batiste, that was a really, really great thing to see. I was very happy to see Bo Burnham win best song written for visual media. I inside is very important to me. Lucky day, one best progressive R&B album. He has been an NPR music favorite since very early in his career. And so, you know, I think we all feel a certain amount of pride in his success. So there were there were little happinesses strewn throughout, including Anastasia in the category of best global music performance. Right, where arus aftab one and she's really great and she's become kind of an indie music darling in the hood of ways. And I would argue weirdly more familiar to Grammy voters than a lot of megastars who sell and stream millions and millions of tracks. She went in best global music performance, which is a brand new category. It's supposed to be for singles, not albums. And I personally think it was meant to make room for some megastars from outside of the United States and the UK. Afrobeat superstars, like Wiz kid and burna boy, that I think it was meant to make room for their single successes. But here we are with arusha, which felt very Grammy ish in a lot of ways. I'm very happy for her, but it still felt like the Grammy choice. I mean, I'm here for it. Ambassadors and they decide a rouge tab who put out my favorite album of last year, I'm still all for it. I did appreciate the fact was nominated for best new artist, which was a completely foregone conclusion that that was going to Olivia Rodrigo. On a much more frustrating note, we are going to have to talk about the fact that Louis C.K. won best comedy album, very hard to shake that, even though that happened in kind of the pre show, you know, a couple hours before the telecast even started. As you probably know, Louis C.K. has faced sexual misconduct allegations from multiple women. He has admitted that, quote, the stories are true. I don't want to say it was surprising because the Grammys lord knows the Grammys find a way to step on a rake. Every year, it managed to be not surprising and yet shocking at the same time, really an embarrassment. Yeah, and you know, of course, almost instantly last night. There was a bevy of hot takes saying like, oh, this is what happens in cancel culture. You come back and win a Grammy. Which is kind of fair, you know? He's had multiple women, as you said, accuse him. And he's the one who garnered the prize. It's going to be a hard thing for people to come to terms with, I think. Yeah, so the remaining winners from Sunday Night's telecast included several stars who were taking home their first Grammy Awards, Doja Cat won best pop duo group performance for kiss me more, featuring the great sza. The rapper baby keem won best rap performance for a really great song called family ties that's his song with Kendrick Lamar. There were also some big shutouts over the course of the night Justin Bieber went zero for 8, which I could kind of see coming he's never been a huge Grammy favorite. I did not see Billie Eilish going over 7, given how well she traditionally does it awards shows. I didn't see Lil Nas X going over for 5. I thought he'd at least win best video, John batiste took that. Brandi carlile went zero for 5 and gave really a pretty magnificent performance in which she kind of does that thing she does on awards shows where she shows up, hits the greatest note you've ever.
"john batiste" Discussed on WTOP
"The music will break through anyway President zelensky's message followed by a performance by John Legend We're all in the big awards show in Vegas John batiste won 5 awards silk sonic one song of the year and record of the year for leave The door open Now back to the Ukraine war where the weekend has produced reports that pictures of alleged atrocities by Russian forces leaving areas on the outskirts of Kyiv This is the refugee exodus continues all the way to the U.S. Mexican border Correspondent Manuel borges is there This is happening against the backdrop of asylum seekers from other countries who feel sympathy for the Ukrainians but say they are also fleeing life and death situations but are not allowed to enter the U.S. due to current immigration policies There is every indication here that more Ukrainians are expected to arrive There's a virtual welcoming committee at Tijuana's airport and a gymnasium is being turned into an additional shelter If you flew or trying to you know this weekend has been something of an air travel mess 3500 flight scrubbed thousands more delayed I know that unforeseen weather is really pretty much out of anybody's hands So I'm not upset about that part but the aftermath after that look at all these fucking people There are major disruptions at several Florida our ports including Miami Fort Lauderdale and Orlando and up north of waze Baltimore among others No arrests yet no breaks in the case in Sacramento following a mass shooting that left 6 people dead and a dozen herd Police hearsay the suspect or suspects remain at large They did recover one gun from the crime scene here meantime the mayor says this mass shooting.
"john batiste" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Happy and day everybody. Justin is off today. So here with me, it is ladies day. Need a Parker and singer songwriter after dean and Ben. Hello. Great sparkly show today. You guys, I feel like I got left out of the memo. I brought my ghetto earrings. I love it. And you're getting scared. These shoes alone, you can lead the way. Don't stop at the fabulous. I mean, look, I'm giving you garage sale on top. It's okay. You've already can do it. Somebody who a body issue is at your garage set. Exactly. All right, we have so much to talk about today. Khloé Kardashian is getting real about her struggle with fame. Will she ever get the privacy she wants? Plus, what would you do if your man said you had to propose to him? And we're hanging with Kevin Hart and LeAnn Rimes. So let's get this going. All right. Grammy nominations were announced yesterday. A lot of stars are happy and some are very upset, okay? Shout out to Jay-Z, who made history by becoming the most nominated artist in Grammys, history with 83 nominations total. John batiste leads this year with 11 nominations Justin Bieber. Doja Cat, her and Olivia Rodrigo all landed high on the list and Selena Gomez finally got her first nomination, but let's talk about the stars. Who are lashing out, you guys? Miley Cyrus lashing out dramatic. Miley Cyrus tweeted in good company while linking an article titled 30 artists who have not won Grammys, Machine Gun Kelly was a bit more blunt, writing, WTF is wrong with the Grammys. Esther, since you are our music Queen, we're writing all the songs. Yes. Find those boots with that money. Tell me. Let me tell you what these booths I got the money, but I never got a Grammy. Okay, so how important is our Grammys? Well, I don't know how important it is 'cause I got the boots. But then I start family. I'm scared. You got some shiny, you know? When it is, it's like when people, I've never like, I didn't get a Grammy for fireworks. S&M what's my name? Mister rapo. Keep going. Keep going. I went on my side, fireworks got a Grammy. I didn't. How does that work? Because I said that I wasn't a producer. So songwriters be fighting just to get some sort of cloud. So I know you're a songwriter you don't get any credit. Wow. Or any money. Until the song doesn't even exist without you. I know. It's my own spiritual retreat. But let me tell you something. These people work very, very hard for these album they spend a lot of their budget. They cried today labels, asking them to care for them. And then they get there amongst their peers. And after they show what you did, it's like somebody not showing up to the wedding. It is. It's like it's like you did all it is for your fans and your fans loved it. And then nobody shows up already. And you have to sit there and act like they did. You have a clap. You're like, oh, that's so nice. You want. So I believe that sometimes gram should just give them all one. One thing you can't print out some of them got you. But also, I mean, I feel like awards shows like I mean, obviously not everybody can get one just 'cause you put music out there, but like when somebody like Machine Gun Kelly gets left out. Is that shocking? When I wrote invincible for Machine Gun Kelly, and I think all over, but at the end, I have a song with machine gun care. But that's what happens. But let me tell you something. Do he deserve one? Yes, but don't Doja. But don't Doja. Don't Olivia. Don't Lil Nas X. Some people gonna get left out. Right. They can't even everybody. It's also like I think now we're in 2021. And things have been gradually changing. That's why other award shows music award shows that have added music award shows have been added for genres. That's why we've seen other networks do that. And I think as the time goes on and it is, you know, listen, I'm not in music, but I do know what it feels like to be left out or if you feel like you're not being seen and you feel like you're really working hard or you're using your blood sweat and tears and people don't care. Hear your thoughts. We all get our flowers. But I do think ultimately like you do it for yourself and for your fans, right? And so I think there are a lot of platinum albums that don't have Grammys or a lot of our faces. Who don't have Grammys. It can't be the complete validation because it's also a business, and we know there's politics in everything. So much. And, you know, we don't know how much, but there's politics in everything. It's so politics, but it goes down in history. Yeah. And when you take three years, four years, 5 years to do an album. Oh my God. And then you're ready to present it. It does well and then history does not see you foreign, and then they kind of knock you like, well, you never got a grilling. Well, that's what I was gonna ask you. If you win a Grammy, it does help your career. No. It does not. I don't know. Doesn't matter. But not a song, right? If you're an artist, and you have a Grammy versus not having a gram do you think it helps propel you forward? No, it helps your ego. That's right. I feel like it's I feel like Machine Gun Kelly right now is upset because his ego is bruising. He's one of the biggest hardest for so long. He is a big artist. And the thing is, where is his market, though? 'cause I feel like he's wrapped with rock. I don't think they got his category. Right. Yeah, I think there's so many categories in the Grammys but not the real ones. The ones that people like, no, this is not niche. Yeah, they're not niche. So you kind of fall within it. Do it in school, you know? I feel like it's still, they're still trying to categorize things that maybe don't need to be category. Go in with Doja Cat. And overall, but where's his niche area? Right. They need to maybe redo some of these categories. Yeah, they call me Grammys. Yeah. They haven't called me. I was just like, I can't be doing that board of board to come to work and don't get paid thing. I want you to vote. They want you to vote and pay fees. I'm like, great. And the stack of the book is this book. I said, you have to be a dedicated a committee person to go through all those. No, no. I gave it the booklet. No. Keep your Grammy. It's all good. All right, what would you guys do if you want to get engaged, but your man will not propose. So listen to what bachelor alum dean unger suggested to his girlfriend caelynn on his help. I suck at dating podcasts. They made it pretty clear to her and I was like, you know, if you really want to get married, you should be the one proposing to me one of the negatives about going all these weddings is it gets your girlfriend. In a mood to get married. Oh, give us 12 months, 12, 13 months, and we'll have something a little more formal on the books. Okay, give me a break. In the mood to get married. Okay. One of the things when you go with a girl to a wedding she needs to get married. Or maybe she just says she doesn't want to be with you. Yeah, by the way. I mean, if you were with somebody you wanted to get married and you wanted to be engaged and you loved this person, would you ask her, would you say you have to propose? I'm not asking, I'm not proposing to a man. I'm personally not. I'm not either. I'm not mad at anybody who does. That's not my mission. That is not my master. Right. Business with them. That would be like, let's start at LLC. We'll see where this is going. Yeah. And if we do good in business, we probably can do the good and bad. But if we can do good at this point, we can't do good. But are you proposing? Would you ask me about someone? I hit that I want to do business and I look at his qualities and I see where I can make money off of it and then I go into business with him. By the way, well said, Nina, I.
"john batiste" Discussed on WTOP
"That that's extraordinarily high Bill It's warranted here And I am setting cash bail in the amount of $5 million President Biden orders the release of 50 million barrels of oil from the strategic petroleum reserve energy secretary Jennifer Granholm explains why We're taking these steps obviously because we have to meet the immediate need of affordable energy and protect families from further pain at the pump Grammy nominations this year include Justin Bieber her Doja Cat Billie Eilish and Olivia Rodrigo but leading the pack is jazz artist John batiste Batis leads with 11 nods the Grammy Awards airs January 31st on CBS CBS News brief I'm Jennifer Kuiper In the morning I feel the rich honor in that I'll do some future traffic center Hi good morning dean right now traveling on 66 eastbound the work center's remain as you had east of 29 cent of all single file reika by where traffic had been stopped for an extended period hopefully are moving again once more there but just keep mine They've done this a couple of times already this morning but it does appear that traffic may still be stopped there as a result Beyond that they'd been working near the fairfax county Parkway two left lanes get you by and then finally eastbound everyone diverted at the beltway as a result of the bridgework on 66 over top of the capital bellway still working on the interlude with the valuation approach 66 the right land in the offense to both eastbound and westbound 66 remain closed as part of that work 66 west bounded ship west and nutley street toward one 23 single fall right by that worksheet as of late Delays there have been brief southbound 28 incentive to have to go east on 66 That have been closed by the work song as is the ramp from 66 westbound two string fellow road that off ramp closed again due to the governor construction stringfellow road in boat directions no access to eastbound 66 that off ramp also closed as part of a work zone long-standing fleece activity and investigation still closing at last your port north Quaker lane in Alexandria between shani slain and Braddock road again traffic was being diverted away from that area as a result of the incident that occurred yesterday afternoon Rich hunter WT.
"john batiste" Discussed on WTOP
"51 Don't know why but I feel like the Grammy nominations are out and there's a big surprise It is musician John batiste the recent Oscar winner made such an impression on voters that he scored an impressive 11 nominations including album of the year Justin Bieber Doja cat and her each came away with the second most nominations at 8 apiece Billy Eilish and Olivia Rodrigo both had 7 knots The population of the area covered by the metropolitan Washington council of governments increased more than 13% between 2010 and 2020 That's from the new cog report based on census data council of governments It says loudon county had the largest growth of any cog jurisdiction 35% in the cities of hyattsville and the NASA parks or population gains of just over 20% The report also found that the proportion of residents in the region who are not white increased from about 48% in 2010 to 58% in 2020 There are challenges ahead in the effort to recall school board members in loudoun county Well in county prosecutor I has told the judge she wants to make sure signatures on the petition seeking the recall of skull board chair Brenda Sheridan are valid She wants the board of elections to certify the signatures since only people who live in Sheridan Sterling district are supposed to sign The group that's led the recall effort fight.
"john batiste" Discussed on WTOP
"Left lane Lowe's remember event ends November 24th Get top values on programs like the Walt and spider lows the new home for pros U.S. only married to pump a WT traffic Here's storm team four meteorologist Lauren ricketts Brist today is those wins out of the northwest continue to gust up to about 2025 miles an hour Lots of sunshine today but feeling like the 20s and 30s for the remainder of the daylight hours before the wind settled down after about 5 p.m. Now clear skies overnight light winds were in the teens and 20s to start your Wednesday morning Wednesday beautiful light winds upper 40s We head into your Thursday morning It's gonna be chilly for those Turkey trots Avengers 20s and 30s We'll have increasing clouds on Thursday Temperatures will top out in the midtown for 50s by Thursday afternoon and Thursday evening Now as we head into Thursday late night after ten 11 o'clock in the evening we'll start to see some rain pushing in keep that in mind for any Black Friday shopping rain through the overnight and through early on Friday becoming sunny Friday afternoon and windy temperatures in the 40s on Friday I'm storm team four meteorologist Lauren ricketts Right now we've got partly cloudy skies 43° brought to you by mattress warehouse by with confidence with a one year price guarantee only at mattress warehouse sleep happens dot com It's one 42 The Grammy nominations are out and there's a surprise It's musician John batiste The recent Oscar winner made such an impression on voters that he scored an impressive 11 nominations including album of.
"john batiste" Discussed on Broken Record
"Get that right because it stands up. Do you ever leave a song unfinished or never? You always finish. I finish everything I'm writing at the time, but I have some starts that I should get to. And start might just be like a cool court changer like the beginning of some how small would an idea be that's worth coming back to. It's usually a chorus. It's usually a hook. I move on to something else and I go, come on, what about that? I should go back to that. And I will. I will. I have some really good songs that I will finish. But I'm always coming up with new ones. It's like my album. I kept I kept coming up with new songs and like, well, I want to do this one, you know? My album was done and my dentist is friends with someone and pentatonix. My album was done. He goes, you need to meet the pentatonics people and I go, oh, I just written a song called sweet. It's kind of like it's on my album's kind of Motown. And so I met them. And my album's really done. I'm like, oh, I want them to do sweet, and then I ran into John batiste at the Oscars earlier this year where I lost for my 12th time. It's okay. I'm in the game and I fucking love it. Yeah. And John batiste won on his first nomination for soul. And when I met him, I was like, oh, what if I put together John and pentatonics? I could be so totally cool because John's whole vibe is this positivity. He's like so upbeat. I wrote the song. That's when I was nominated for this year. It's called amazing. Yeah, Laura pazzini saying it. Can you play a little bit of the song? The one I wrote for the movie? Yeah, yeah, yeah, but can you just play a little now so we can hear it? I want you to know no that you see. 'cause I see you. Sorry. And I see. You oh I can't see it you can from me. I want you to know that you see when you think the no one understands you I will I will it's a beautiful song I can't sing it. It sounds so good. Yeah, listen to it. It's called an Italian called EOC scene and Laura pause any things that it's beautiful in Italian. You've had a couple of other songs that have been translated into Italian. How does that experience work? I love it. I love when my songs are in different languages. And everything sounds better in Italian and Spanish. Yeah. It just does. They're both such beautiful, romantic languages. That's why I really on my album I wanted, I definitely wanted Spanish. When you write a song for a movie, do they tell you the story? Do they give you the script? Like, how much do you like to know before writing a song for a movie? Oh, I like to know everything. Ideally, I could see a rough film. Like this year, I did a song on a few songs, but I did one of the ones I'm really excited about is a song called somehow you do, that Reba McEntire sings. And it's from a movie called four good days Glenn Close and Mila Kunis about a drug addict daughter and her and her mom and it's a really powerful movie, but I saw a rough of that. And I wanted to write a song a really hopeful song. You know, at the end of that movie, and I got married about McIntyre to sing my song, which is really cool too. She's so great. When she puts into it, and that song in that movie, it means one thing, but outside of the movie, because it's about going through tough times. You know, if you look at the comments on the video, it's a lot about depression, a lot of hardships, the people that you're going through. So I try to keep the song open as well to fit the movie. That's the most important thing. But it has to live outside of the movie as well. And then people could become whatever anybody wants it to be. But in fact, your question, ideally, if I watch a movie or read a script, I have to see, I have to feel what that is. And then it's a subconscious thing. And if I'm doing an end song, like I did something, I'm so excited about. I'm not going to talk about it for next year. I read the script and it just was so powerful. And it took me a couple of days to figure out what I wanted to say there because it had to speak for the character. And it's an actual person, so it had to really be powerful. And she had been a couple of days, but when I got it, and I said at the keyboard and I started crying, I knew that it was that I knew it was right. Yeah, beautiful. Do you ever hear something that you wrote a long time ago and have a new understanding of what it means later? Not really. I don't go back and listen to my old songs, but if I did, I probably would. I'm so forward motion and how I am. I don't usually look back. My rearview mirror is just cracked. But still, your songs are so in the culture that you come across your songs come up. If you live life, we get to hear your songs in life. You know, without saying for me, I don't listen back to my music, but it's not unusual for me for me to be somewhere in here one of my old songs. Yeah, and how amazing is it that you, the work you did, you've done. But you're thinking of different things now, right? You've already moved past that. But when you stop and think about it, it is mind-blowing, the effect of what you do or what I do has on people. It's just like when we grew up. Think about how that was for us. Well, that's what you're doing, or what I'm doing could be for them. And it has the same effect on us. I mean, I know when I hear a song, sometimes I'll hear something I don't remember if I hear something I like. I can't tell whether I worked on it or not. Because they fall into the same category of something that I've listened to so much. Right. Either I was in the room or I wasn't. Right, right. But the same I've heard it, you know, 10,000 times, so I may have been there. You could think about have to try to picture the room and see if I was there. Sometimes it really feels familiar. It's like, wow, where did we record this? Like, oh wait, I had nothing to do with this one. You could be somewhere and you hear something you go. It happens to me. I was getting coffee, BC before COVID. And I heard something I go, what is that? Oh, that happened to me recently, too. And it was just the most random thing. And they were my songs. That happened for me at a restaurant like last month with my friend. And it was so weird. I was about to send one of the songs. I forgot that someone even did it. And I was about to send it to another artist. I'm glad I didn't because they would have probably was in the same genre music. They probably wouldn't have wanted to do it. Another song comes on right after. And it was this obscure song I did on nsync. I was like, wait, that sounds familiar. Oh, shit, that's my song. And I was wondering if someone in the restaurant knew that I was there some things. It was kind of obscure songs. Yeah. But I forgot that that was mine. And I had a Shazam. Yeah, it's happened to me too. I'm Shazam song's like, oh wow. I said. Yeah. Completely forget. It's just has to do in both of our cases with the volume. We work on a lot of music and it comes in and it goes out. Exactly and it's on in the next. And not that it doesn't mean a lot to us because it does. My songs. Yeah. But I'm like, what I'm excited about is the next song. And when I'm working on now and yeah, anything else from just from your love of music that you want to talk about. I don't think I kind of covered. I just love doing this. I love writing songs. I feel like I've almost never had a hit, you know? So it's that hunger and that.
"john batiste" Discussed on KOMO
"German shepherd champ, Biden has passed away peacefully at home. The Biden family, saying he was quote our constant cherished companion during the last 13 years. Dave Packer, ABC News Homeowners. 1000 FM 97 7 Good morning 9 31 Here for Coleman News Saturday. I'm Mark Christopher Kelly Bleier or technical director. Top stories we have for you now from the coma, 24 7 News Center chief of the Washington State Patrol, asking for information to help catch whoever throwing debris a drivers on the freeway. Chief John Batiste says he wants to stop before somebody gets killed The latest case early yesterday morning, this time, a piece of rebar hitting a car on I, five near 90 did smash the window, spraying glass in the driver's face. Driver Isaac Davis has and parts. I think we should have, like cameras or something like over all these the bridges and overpasses and stuff Because stuff like that is like it's not safe at all. People can dive romantic, the State Patrol teaming up with Seattle police now to increase patrols in that area, especially early morning hours. Troopers say there have been 75 reports of rocks and debris being thrown at drivers this year compared to 133. In all of last year. Six people have been injured in just the last 2.5 weeks alone. Crews have closed ramps this weekend to shift traffic onto New South Down I five bridge there in Tacoma closures last through midnight tomorrow night. Southbound I five actually to Portland Avenue State Route. 167. North and Bay Street ramps are closed in addition to that part of Tacoma Road On ramps. Southbound five southbound I five temporary collector distributor Lane closed as well. It's confusing. You'll see a lot of signs expected to be very slow as people figure out which way to go tragedy on our local lakes. Two men have died in water activities. The 29.
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"john batiste" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"S. Canada border to reopen to help Washington communities including point Roberts, There are things that can be done that make sure that we are protecting public health and safety. And allow people in point. Roberts to move point Roberts only land access is through Canada. The border has been closed because of the pandemic since April of last year. Members of Congress have voted to make Juneteenth the national holiday. It's the day the final group of US slaves found out they were free Ohio Republican Governor Mike DeWine. I think it's important, it's appropriate. It was really the first major observance of the end of slavery tied to a historic event is a reminder for all of us of the tragedy. Of slavery. There are celebrations across the U. S. And in western Washington tomorrow, the Georgia County world Black jogger was chased down and killed, has hired its first black police chief. Glynn County commissioners have voted for John Batiste to lead the embattled department that made no arrest after Ahmed Aubrey was first killed. A heatwave keeps its grips on the Western US. CBS is Jonathan Gigliotti, with the latest on that temperatures across parts of the West will exceed 110 degrees. One doctor warning the surfaces could get so heart touching them for even a fraction of a second. Could cause second to third degree burns. Temperatures are expected into the eighties in western Washington next week on Wall Street, the Dow is down 394 points. The NASDAQ is off 73 on the Cairo radio, real time traffic. Here's Emily Martin. Speaking of that heat that is bringing sun glare and we are seeing that all around the Puget Sound this morning to grab those sunglasses and take it a little bit easy out there because there are some blinding spots westbound 5 12 remains busy getting over to I five North and 167 still seeing delays in the Pacific. Tacoma to Seattle. Trial travel time coming in at right around 42 minutes. Pretty typical for this time of the morning rented a Bellevue a 25 minute travel time are still a bit heavy through the rent in s curves and along the Kenny Dell Hill looks like the driver in West found 9 90 is taking 20 minutes opposed to a 15 minute commute on 5 20 Marysville to either Bell V or Seattle a 40 minute drive. Cairo Radio. Real time traffic on memory. Martin Your Khyber Radio forecast calls for mostly sunny skies today with highs in the low seventies lows tonight in the low fifties sunny again tomorrow with highs in the low seventies we could hit near 80 by Father's Day. It's 61 in downtown Seattle. I'm Heather Bosch. Cairo Radio News Tell you were smart speaker to play Cairo radio here for what's next, even if you don't agree with the Gene Ursula's show You know you love hanging out with us, especially on fresh Friday's happy fresh Fridays to all of you. I've been saying it's going to be a hot summer, four minute, brother Mace, and I don't mean the weather in nearly every major city.
"john batiste" Discussed on Design Speaks
"Here for purpose and this is part of that so january so this week. I've been listening to a song by the artist. John batiste was one of the primary musical contributors to the disney pixar film sold. It came out not too long ago. It's got a really jazzy. Energizing optimistic vibe. And i love the lyrics Almost going to read a couple of them. We've done a lot of living. We working overtime. Don't need another million. You got that gold mine. You've got that something special and there's a lot of.
The National Anthem in Sports: What's Next?
"If you got an a time machine four years ago and set it for twenty twenty, your eyes would get wide for all kinds of reasons and the site of full teams superstars kneeling during the anthem with support from their coaches and owners and leaks. That would be one of the most startling. Players coaches. Game officials alike, all taking me in Orlando, our full moment before the game during the national anthem all of the players wearing black lives matter shirts most of them taking a knee including Naperville Central Alum Casey short and team made Julia. Earth's clearly emotions running high for both of them in that moment with a moment of silence here and respect pre-game in support of social justice seventeen different Texas rangers players took a knee during that moment including meadow door Robinson. Torino's NFL is kicking off tonight and whether you cosigned the venue of his protest or not Colin Kaepernick did prove something that both sides of the aisle can agree up. There is no ritual more sacred in American sports than the. Star spangled banner. It would be crazy to underestimate how it makes us feel. Fans as citizens on all kinds of levels, and if you're a musician performing the anthem, I'm testing the microphone check one, two, your the one who channels almost emotions and identities in that pregnant moment. Can you hear that John Batiste is from New Orleans. Say Julia. Grad. Who among many hats leads the band for the late show with Stephen Colbert. His latest take on the national anthem played before the first game of the NBA Restart in Orlando back in July. When players took the court amid questions of how they keep the focus on social justice from inside the bubble. Tonight's presentation of the national anthem has been recorded by musician producer activist and Louisiana Native John Booties. This great to be here. Thank you for having me. So I wanna know what went through your mind when you're contemplating how to perform this particular song at this particular moment. What did it mean to have this opportunity to remotely address this community amid a broader social movement in our country? Asking these questions of how we fit into society and what? Society owes us in what society continues to maintain the status quo have been questions that I've been wrestling with prior to. All of the social unrest that we're seeing. Wrestling with these questions in dealing with the dice, sport influences of black music and really chronicling my own personal experiences, a black man in America and as a musician from the south, and you know this this moment presented itself. And it really felt organic to step into it. The anthem really being this combination, this historical document if you will in our country. There's also there seems to be a flavor of like to my on educated yearly southern rap kind of feeling the beats that you put in there. There's the orchestra sound of drums. There's maybe some Hendrix. So I just want you to clarify what went into your arrangement. Era Pablo you heard a lot. So many strains of the black American experience. Me Bay from the south ahead of bounce being. That is something that I grew up here in all over the streets in New Orleans. I. Picked up the Guitar Midway through with this kind of nod to Jimi. Jimi Hendrix version from. Woodstock The Blues Music which came from sharecroppers and slaves that then evolved into rock and roll and RB. Adding that to the anthem with the classical timpanist and the cello being the counter line to what I was playing on the piano. Gives it this epic quality that I feel? I ask for a deserves. If. They were musicians. What kind of activism would my heroes portray in a moment like this o'hare? And Counter John Lewis. Out Gradually, but we wanted to be free now. mlk My poor little children. Will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of skin but by the content of character, I have a dream. Now, John Is there a particular rendition of the song throughout history that resonates with you. is so many but you have to pick Whitney. You know come on man. Yes. This was at ninety one super bowl at the beginning of the first. Gulf War. In ESPN history of that performance says the NFL wanted Whitney's version sped up and re recorded but. Whitney said No. WIT WITH KNEE HOUSTON. Sings the anthem the way that it should be saw. Law. John I gotta say the Marvin Gaye Nineteen Eighty three NBA all star game anthem that is the one song I have played at a party and people weren't immediately sure what it was, but they were down man it took like maybe ten seconds you realize wait a minute this is the star spangled better I-. Marvins version of the anthem shows you. that. You know. I will culture and tradition to make lemonade. You. Could take something and you could filter it through the black. Experience. And what comes out on other side is just as soulful and is refreshing and as completely dope as anything.