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"kelis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:57 min | 6 hrs ago

"kelis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With June grosso from Bloomberg radio. I hear you just got paid thank you ain't a G she more can't go he lost entropy be waving a room the crowd gonna move. Beyoncé's track energy on her new album renaissance is missing something. The portion of the 2003 R&B dance hit milkshake that was in the song originally. After musician kelis complained that she was not properly credited as a songwriter on the album, Beyoncé removed that portion of the song. This situation is a warning to emerging artists who could find themselves locked out of lucrative royalties if they don't secure the credit for their contributions up front. My guest is Robert clarida, who heads the intellectual property practice at reitler kalis and rosenblatt. So Beyoncé did credit kelis, who was 24 when the song debuted nearly two decades ago as the performer and Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo as the songwriters. What does an artist who wants to use someone else's work in their song have to do? What kind of permissions do they have to get? What kind of royalties do they have to pay? Typically the way that works is and there's really two different kinds of copyrights involved here. There's the copyright in the song and then there's the copyright in the recording of the song. And those are two different things. Sometimes they're owned by the same person sometimes they're not. Frequently, they're not the record label will often own the copyright in the sound recording and the songwriter will own the copyright in the song. My understanding in the case of the energy track is that it was not a sample of the sound recording. It was Beyoncé actually singing the melody. It wasn't a recording of kelis's voice singing it. So if that's the case, then it would only be the songwriter that would have to be approached about that. And typically in a situation like that, where a small piece of a song is used called an interpolation is the term that's often used in the industry now. There will be some kind of a fractional percentage paid from the revenues of that song the person who owns the piece that was interpolated will get some small percentage of the royalties generated by the song. But it's a negotiated thing. It's not like standard price. It's all how popular was the first record, how big is the second record? What kind of bargaining power does everybody have? It doesn't seem like Beyoncé did anything wrong here. I mean, I can certainly imagine that if song on the record was credited to Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo and they say to Beyoncé, sure, you can use it if I were on Beyoncé's team, I would say, okay, we've got the writers permission here. We're fine, and they would put the credit on the record accordingly. I mean, if there is some kind of backstory that the credits on the police track were not accurate, how is Beyoncé going to know that? I mean, Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo presumably would know that if that were the case, but Beyoncé wouldn't know that necessarily. So I'm not sure that Beyoncé did anything. Wrong here other than taking somebody's word for something and to the extent that someone on her team had looked up the credits on the police record, they would have seen those two names on it and they would have had no reason to think there was a red flag there about anything. Kelis said she took part in the writing, it was supposed to be 33, 33, 33. Do young artists have to get a lawyer to make sure their rights are protected when they're involved in projects like this? They need to have someone with some industry experience, whether it's a manager or a lawyer, the actual title doesn't much matter, but it has to be somebody with some industry experience who can know sort of what the pitfalls are. And that's often not the case, particularly when artists are first starting out. I'm not familiar with kelis career. I don't know how many records she had made previously. Maybe she had a lot of experience in the industry, but it seems in that case that if she did participate in the writing of the song and it was her understanding that it would be one third splits all around, there should have been a piece of paper somewhere and someone representing her should have made sure that there was a piece of paper somewhere that set that out that that's what the slits would be. Oftentimes, that's handled in a very kind of quick and dirty way with what they call a split sheet at the recording session. Somebody will just memorialize what the splits are for a particular song and maybe that was done, maybe it wasn't done. But there should be a piece of paper that's actually got signatures on it and has some legal enforceability in order to prevent this sort of thing happening. So if you're a young artist and you're working with some established artists, do you risk the established artist telling you forget about it, your contribution isn't worth it. The reason we're at the trouble isn't worth the money. Oh, sure, absolutely. And, you know, it's really a matter of bargaining power. I mean, you can stand on principle and say, well, you can't use my contribution if you're not going to credit me as a writer. But that's probably not just going to result in that particular record not happening, but that may have further consequences down the road. It turns develop reputation for being difficult to work with, whatever you ruin whatever relationship you thought you were trying to build with this established artist. There can be all kinds of other sort of reputational consequences and so on. So yes, you are faced with Ed dilemma. But in every business, there are dilemmas like that that people face, what tradeoffs do I make now to sort of go along and get ahead versus standing on principle every time. Thanks for joining us, bob. That's Robert clarida, a reitler careless and rosenblatt, coming up next on the Bloomberg law show, the late justice aunt and Scalia was a champion of originalism. Now it seems that everyone is an originalist, but are they fulfilling Scalia's pledge? You're listening to Bloomberg. Businesses. How

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"kelis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:34 min | 1 d ago

"kelis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Album renaissance is missing something. The portion of the 2003 R&B dance hit milkshake that was in the song originally. After musician kelis complained that she was not properly credited as a songwriter on the album, Beyoncé removed that portion of the song. This situation is a warning to emerging artists who could find themselves locked out of lucrative royalties if they don't secure the credit for their contributions up front. My guest is Robert clarida, who heads the intellectual property practice at reitler careless and rosenblatt. So Beyoncé did credit kelis, who was 24 when the song debuted nearly two decades ago, as the performer and Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo as the songwriters. What does an artist who wants to use someone else's work in their song have to do? What kind of permissions do they have to get? What kind of royalties do they have to pay? Typically the way that works is and there's really two different kinds of copyrights involved here. There's the copyright in the song and then there's the copyright in the recording of the song. And those are two different things. Sometimes they're owned by the same person. Sometimes they're not. Frequently, they're not. The record label will often own the copyright in the sound recording and the songwriter will own the copyright in the song. My understanding in the case of the energy track is that it was not a sample of the sound recording. It was Beyoncé actually singing the melody. It wasn't a recording of kelis voice singing it. So if that's the case, then it would only be the songwriter that would have to be approached about that. And typically in a situation like that, where a small piece of a song is used called an interpolation is the term that's often used in the industry now. There will be some kind of a fractional percentage paid from the revenues of that song the person who owns the piece that was interpolated will get some small percentage of the royalties. Generated by the song. But it's a negotiated thing. It's not like standard price. It's all how popular was the first record, how big is the second record? What kind of bargaining power does everybody have? It doesn't seem like Beyoncé did anything wrong here. I mean, I can certainly imagine that if song on the police record was credited to Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo and they say to Beyoncé, sure, you can use it if I were on Beyoncé's team, I would say, okay, we've got the writers permission here. We're fine, and they would put the credit on the record accordingly. I mean, if there is some kind of story that the credits on the police track were not accurate, how is Beyoncé going to know that? I mean, Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo presumably would know that if that were the case. But Beyoncé wouldn't know that necessarily. So I'm not sure that Beyoncé did anything. Wrong here other than taking somebody's word for something and to the extent that someone on her team had looked up the credits on the police record, they would have seen those two names on it and they would have had no reason to think there was a red flag there about anything. Kelis said she took part in the writing, it was supposed to be 33, 33, 33. Do young artists have to get a lawyer to make sure their rights are protected when they're involved in projects like this? They need to have someone with some industry experience, whether it's a manager or a lawyer, the actual title doesn't much matter, but it has to be somebody with some industry experience who can know sort of what the pitfalls are. And that's often not the case, particularly when artists are first starting out. I'm not familiar with police's career. I don't know how many records she had made previously. Maybe she had a lot of experience in the industry, but it seems in that case that if she did participate in the writing of the song and it was her understanding that it would be one third splits all around, there should have been a piece of paper somewhere and someone representing her should have made sure that there was a piece of paper somewhere that set that out that that's what the splits would be. Oftentimes, that's handled in a very kind of quick and dirty way with what they call a split sheet at the recording session. Somebody will just memorialize what the splits are for a particular song and maybe that was done. Maybe it wasn't done. But there should be a piece of paper that's actually got signatures on it and have some legal enforceability in order to prevent this sort of thing happening. So if you're a young artist and you're working with some established artists, do you risk the established artist telling you, you know, forget about it, your contribution isn't worth it. The reason we're at the trouble isn't worth the money. Oh, sure, absolutely. And you know, it's really a matter of bargaining power. I mean, you can stand on principle and say, well, you can't use my contribution if you're not going to credit me as a writer. But that's probably not just going to result in that particular record not happening, but that may have further consequences down the road. It turns reputation for being difficult to work with, whatever you ruin whatever relationship you thought you were trying to build with this established artist. There can be all kinds of other sort of reputational consequences and so on. So yes, you are faced with that dilemma. But in every business, there are dilemmas like that that people face, what tradeoffs do I make now to sort of go along and get ahead versus standing on principle every time. Thanks for joining us, bob. That's Robert clarida, a reitler careless and rosenblatt. Coming up next on the Bloomberg law show, the late justice aunt and Scalia was a champion of originalism. Now it seems that everyone is an originalist, but are they fulfilling Scalia's pledge? You're listening to Bloomberg

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"kelis" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

01:39 min | Last week

"kelis" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Yeah, that's bougie. I like that. Yes, you don't like it. We have one more hot trend. Oh boy. But Jay has a story about it. So I'm going to take a break. We'll be right back because y'all got to hear this story. Yeah, this one was a lot. Before the break we were talking hot trends and Jay, you were rocking to kill yesterday. How did that work out for you? Buddy. Brad Pitt has been rocking killed, so I wore one here in studio. Yeah, and I posted this picture on Instagram. Oh, here on the show. Oh yeah, that was the still from it. But it was freeing a little nerve wracking because you have to be mindful of the slit knit, but I will say I've never gotten more DMs. From people. And I'm saying people because it wasn't just men. It was like women also because you looked great. I did not know so many different words for legs. Like, it was literally like everyone's like nice and filling the blank euphemism again. No, I had a great time with it, but I will tell it actually made me a little nervous to wear it, but it just goes to show you that just go ahead and wear what makes you feel comfortable. Exactly. You know, and take chances. Thank you, Brad Pitt, for the suggestion. And thank you guys for joining me today. That's all we have. Set your DVR tomorrow because tisha Campbell is going to join us live. Plus we'll head to New Orleans and hear about our queer guys. And you know what, check out nightly pop tonight at 1130. I love y'all. Have a good day. Bye. My shiny shoes. Yes. I love them.

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"kelis" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

06:59 min | Last week

"kelis" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Oh, lord. Well, of course it's hiding. Good job, Heidi. Killing it. Silly, nothing but vegetables and salmon. Why do you look like you're 30? Now, you know, Mandy Moore admits that life after this is us has been daunting. She told The Hollywood Reporter that nothing will likely ever hold the same place in her heart. And she says, quote, I think every creative person is definitely afraid of not working and feels like their last job is their last job. Do you relate? I think so with this kind of show too because she had to play so many versions of this person spanning decades that it's very rare that you get writers who are writing you such dense material and weekly. You know, so this may have been her role of a lifetime, but she will have other roles and she will thrive in flourish in other ways, but I will tell you between jobs, special action would love to know what you think, 'cause the real now, this is your fall without the real, I think you sometimes do feel you live a big project. Oh my God, I'm never gonna work again. That should be all? Yeah, well, for the first ten years of my career, I felt like that. And then I think after a while you realize that there are, you know, highs and lows. And then there's seasons and some things will last, you know, and now I'm like, I don't care. And again. No, but the first ten years I felt like that was gonna be the last thing I ever did. It's scary, but I'm gonna tell you the day of the final show of the real. I got a call from someone. And they offered me something. And now this summer, I just been getting offers and propositions, and I'm working on my own thing. You're available to it now. You were busy. That was the thing. It's like, I wasn't available, and people knew I wasn't. So now that they know that I'm available, it's amazing. I'm like, I'm really like taking aback because I'm like, you know, I could have been doing this all along. You know what I mean? Because I've always wanted just to be an entertainer. That's all I've ever wanted to do. So now I can go back to the movies. I can go back to my comedy. There's so many more opportunities. So I tell people, yeah, it's scary, but the thing is with her, you know, when you get the Emmy recognition and you're getting all this publicity, yeah, you're like, well, people forget me. People will never forget you, man. People will never forget. And this is something that's going to last forever. That's all I really want. And something that's going to make a mark. I didn't think little 16 year old singing about candy with a green Volkswagen bug in a safe video in the 90s would turn into this exceptional actress that would be recognized for more than just their voice. I mean, I couldn't be happier for her. She seems like a great woman and entertainer. And sometimes you have to do the scary thing, even if it does show doesn't it, and sometimes it's your time to leave. Yeah. And if you don't take that big leap, you don't even know what else is out there, and people will think you're booked and blessed and not offer you the experiences you really want. I'm a testament to that. When I was on cable, I was a young 21 year old on cable talking crap on MTV, never did I think that 30 years later I would be talking crap. And we need that you are daisy. You love that you are, you know? Now Jay Leno is addressing his controversial exit and return to NBC's tonight show. He said he did not sabotage Conan O'Brien who succeeded him in 2009, but he does regret how he treated Jimmy Kimmel when Leno was up for a job at ABC. Here's what Jay told Bill Maher on the club random podcast. That didn't work. And then, you know, I would say, oh, no, no, deliberately sabotages show to try and get The Tonight Show. No, that doesn't work. It doesn't work that way. You're trying to do the best you can. And this all happened fairly quickly. You know, I called Jimmy Kimmel, and I said, I'm giving off some ABC. I don't want to start a whole thing here. The time put me on 1130. Do you want to go on a 12th 30? I think he said, yeah, you might too. I said, okay. We became friends. And then that didn't happen. And it became public. And I suppose I should have called you me and explained to him again, but I didn't. I don't know why I didn't. I just didn't. I thought he would probably figure it out. But I think maybe he was hurt by that and I apologize to him for that. Now, Conan said at the time that he wouldn't have done what Leno did. Okay, back then, you got to remember Jay Leno was one of the hottest late night hosts. He was number one. But at the time, they were getting, I believe, they were worried about Jay getting older. And that's why they were trying to bring Conan along because they wanted to keep a younger audience. Sure. So, because they didn't want to let Jay go as well. So they gave Jay the 10 o'clock spot. Gay Conan, the 1135 spot, but what happened was Conan felt like, well, this is not really The Tonight Show. Right. And so that's what actually happened. To me, it's all about egos because Conan ended up leaving. As you remember, Jay went back, he stayed there for another four years. Conan went to TBS. Now this is the thing, and I've always said this. 'cause this is fat. Real time. Here we go. At TBS, George Lopez had a late night talk show. Yeah. Okay? Yeah. When Conan went over to TBS, they moved, they moved George Lopez back. So the same thing that Jay Leno did to Conan, Conan O'Brien did to George Lopez and they ended up canceling George Lopez. You could look it up, people. Yeah. So when it comes to this late night wars, it's always been a war. It's always been about egos. It's always been about who is the solution. What's this really? Is it really a war and is it really about egos when somebody's just being offered a job? And, you know, people move around, it's not like Jay Leno went after Conan to try to take that spot. It's what happens. You know, like if you're offered a show right now and someone who you may know lightly has that show, well, you're going to say no because you don't want that person. How do you handle it? You're not going to turn down an opportunity for you. At that time, 'cause I used to work for Jay Leno at the magic club. I would open for him. He does it in her most of beach. I think Jay Leno, his feelings with her. They wanted to replace him. And what they didn't realize is that he was still a great property. And they would try to hold on to him, but they also didn't want to lose Conan O'Brien. Right. So that's the issue. Trying to keep it all up. But I will tell you, here's the solution. It's a simple solution. I feel like we haven't successfully made this happen. So to be executives, get a woman on late night.

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"kelis" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

06:59 min | Last week

"kelis" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Oh, lord. Well, of course it's hiding. Good job, Heidi. Killing it. Silly, nothing but vegetables and salmon. Why do you look like you're 30? Now, you know, Mandy Moore admits that life after this is us has been daunting. She told The Hollywood Reporter that nothing will likely ever hold the same place in her heart. And she says, quote, I think every creative person is definitely afraid of not working and feels like their last job is their last job. Do you relate? I think so with this kind of show too because she had to play so many versions of this person spanning decades that it's very rare that you get writers who are writing you such dense material and weekly. You know, so this may have been her role of a lifetime, but she will have other roles and she will thrive in flourish in other ways, but I will tell you between jobs, special action would love to know what you think, 'cause the real now, this is your fall without the real, I think you sometimes do feel you live a big project. Oh my God, I'm never gonna work again. That should be all? Yeah, well, for the first ten years of my career, I felt like that. And then I think after a while you realize that there are, you know, highs and lows. And then there's seasons and some things will last, you know, and now I'm like, I don't care. And again. No, but the first ten years I felt like that was gonna be the last thing I ever did. It's scary, but I'm gonna tell you the day of the final show of the real. I got a call from someone. And they offered me something. And now this summer, I just been getting offers and propositions, and I'm working on my own thing. You're available to it now. You were busy. That was the thing. It's like, I wasn't available, and people knew I wasn't. So now that they know that I'm available, it's amazing. I'm like, I'm really like taking aback because I'm like, you know, I could have been doing this all along. You know what I mean? Because I've always wanted just to be an entertainer. That's all I've ever wanted to do. So now I can go back to the movies. I can go back to my comedy. There's so many more opportunities. So I tell people, yeah, it's scary, but the thing is with her, you know, when you get the Emmy recognition and you're getting all this publicity, yeah, you're like, well, people forget me. People will never forget you, man. People will never forget. And this is something that's going to last forever. That's all I really want. And something that's going to make a mark. I didn't think little 16 year old singing about candy with a green Volkswagen bug in a safe video in the 90s would turn into this exceptional actress that would be recognized for more than just their voice. I mean, I couldn't be happier for her. She seems like a great woman and entertainer. And sometimes you have to do the scary thing, even if it does show doesn't it, and sometimes it's your time to leave. Yeah. And if you don't take that big leap, you don't even know what else is out there, and people will think you're booked and blessed and not offer you the experiences you really want. I'm a testament to that. When I was on cable, I was a young 21 year old on cable talking crap on MTV, never did I think that 30 years later I would be talking crap. And we need that you are daisy. You love that you are, you know? Now Jay Leno is addressing his controversial exit and return to NBC's tonight show. He said he did not sabotage Conan O'Brien who succeeded him in 2009, but he does regret how he treated Jimmy Kimmel when Leno was up for a job at ABC. Here's what Jay told Bill Maher on the club random podcast. That didn't work. And then, you know, I would say, oh, no, no, deliberately sabotages show to try and get The Tonight Show. No, that doesn't work. It doesn't work that way. You're trying to do the best you can. And this all happened fairly quickly. You know, I called Jimmy Kimmel, and I said, I'm giving off some ABC. I don't want to start a whole thing here. The time put me on 1130. Do you want to go on a 12th 30? I think he said, yeah, you might too. I said, okay. We became friends. And then that didn't happen. And it became public. And I suppose I should have called you me and explained to him again, but I didn't. I don't know why I didn't. I just didn't. I thought he would probably figure it out. But I think maybe he was hurt by that and I apologize to him for that. Now, Conan said at the time that he wouldn't have done what Leno did. Okay, back then, you got to remember Jay Leno was one of the hottest late night hosts. He was number one. But at the time, they were getting, I believe, they were worried about Jay getting older. And that's why they were trying to bring Conan along because they wanted to keep a younger audience. Sure. So, because they didn't want to let Jay go as well. So they gave Jay the 10 o'clock spot. Gay Conan, the 1135 spot, but what happened was Conan felt like, well, this is not really The Tonight Show. Right. And so that's what actually happened. To me, it's all about egos because Conan ended up leaving. As you remember, Jay went back, he stayed there for another four years. Conan went to TBS. Now this is the thing, and I've always said this. 'cause this is fat. Real time. Here we go. At TBS, George Lopez had a late night talk show. Yeah. Okay? Yeah. When Conan went over to TBS, they moved, they moved George Lopez back. So the same thing that Jay Leno did to Conan, Conan O'Brien did to George Lopez and they ended up canceling George Lopez. You could look it up, people. Yeah. So when it comes to this late night wars, it's always been a war. It's always been about egos. It's always been about who is the solution. What's this really? Is it really a war and is it really about egos when somebody's just being offered a job? And, you know, people move around, it's not like Jay Leno went after Conan to try to take that spot. It's what happens. You know, like if you're offered a show right now and someone who you may know lightly has that show, well, you're going to say no because you don't want that person. How do you handle it? You're not going to turn down an opportunity for you. At that time, 'cause I used to work for Jay Leno at the magic club. I would open for him. He does it in her most of beach. I think Jay Leno, his feelings with her. They wanted to replace him. And what they didn't realize is that he was still a great property. And they would try to hold on to him, but they also didn't want to lose Conan O'Brien. Right. So that's the issue. Trying to keep it all up. But I will tell you, here's the solution. It's a simple solution. I feel like we haven't successfully made this happen. So to be executives, get a woman on late night.

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"kelis" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

02:45 min | Last week

"kelis" Discussed on Daily Pop

"She's like, not now, maybe later. Word for word, not now maybe later. She was just couldn't be bothered. And you know what? Maybe she was having an emergency in her kiddos crying and she was trying to get ahold of the babysitter. I do not know what was going on. But it's funny, like when you don't know and somebody treats you like that. Not now maybe later. Yeah. And it's hard to be a celebrity. I'll give it to you. But that was so long ago. I can't even tell you and we still remember it. Let me tell you what mama bears come out. They come out 'cause in her caption, Justin also says, it's super easy to quote a Bible verse when everyone is looking at you, but morals are what you have when no one else is looking. You know JoJo. Okay. And what's going on? So I know these ladies, and I'll say this, JoJo was a kid, right? This is a while ago, and JoJo was like what shape 2020, 20 years old right now. So she was younger. Canada is at an event, a screening for her show, the after party. However, at these after parties, they deliberately flooded the screening invite celebrities or influencers to watch, go to the party, mix and mingle, then talk about it so people watch these kind of shows. So essentially, I don't think Candace knew that JoJo was a celebrity at the time. She's just on dance moms. But when they were on the Kelly Clarkson couch together as guests recently, I think that's sort of when she kind of references it later in the interview when she was like, look, see, she's at your level now. You shouldn't have ignored her. I will say this. I don't know necessarily that the maybe later was the best thing because had this been me and I had done that and I'm sure I have them. Sorry, I'll take a picture with you now. Just like, oh my gosh, I'm so sorry I was crazy that night. Send her a massive bouquet of flowers just through the Mayo Koopa don't make it so you wouldn't have done the video. You wouldn't have I would have just said, oh my gosh, I'm so sorry, those events can be overwhelming. Send her lovely gift, love to take a selfie with you, apologies for that memory of me. You know what I mean? Because we all get busy. My problem is, she was an 11 year old girl. That she was a baby. At the time. It's 11 is a lot different than, you know, she was a grown woman. You could say, not now. But to deny a kid, it's like, girl. And then, according to JoJo, she said that she denied her. And then she turned around and she's taking pictures with other children. So that's why JoJo is feeling the way she's feeling, you know? It's not that important. It's not that big. Like, I don't think she was rude to the child. Maybe she was running to the bathroom. Maybe she had diarrhea. I don't know. But I don't know. A celebrity. It's like also the other thing is, this is the rudest celebrity act. You're lucky. No, but think about it, how do you make

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"kelis" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

08:15 min | Last week

"kelis" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Happy hump day. Welcome to daily pop. Now is everyone in Hollywood fighting because it sure seems like it Beyoncé is under fire and making big changes plus JoJo Siwa's mom has some choice words for Candace Cameron bure and you gotta hear what we just learned about the war behind the scenes of late night TV. Welcome back my girl daisy for ten. And I always fabulous Jay Rodriguez. Thank you. Oh my goodness, we all looking floral and beautiful today. Thank you for joining me because you know what? We got a lot of tea to go home. Everyone is coming for Beyoncé. Right happening. And that seems like renaissance. It should have been named reconstruction. That's what should have been. Because after Beyoncé announced that she was removing an offensive word from her song heated, now it seems she dropped police from her album too. Last week, kelis accused Beyoncé of theft. And after interpolating milkshakes on her song, energy, and now if you listen to the song on streaming, khaleesi is nowhere to be found. It's like, you just took her out. Now, if you check out bees website, kelis name has been removed from the credits. Now, we reached out to Beyoncé. And of course, her label ain't nobody called us back. But you know what, daisy, you are married to the wonderful Richard marks. So you have some way with all with music. You understand it. What is going on here? Yeah, so I asked him about this and I asked him his thoughts and the truth is that when you do an Interpol of a song, anyone can use it. Okay. Anyone can do redo the production or remix it. Once the song is public, they just need to be credited and paid, which she was credited, and I'm sure she would have been paid, sounds like she just did an approve of the use of the song. Maybe she didn't like it. And to me personally from what I've read, it sounds like she has a beef with Pharrell. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Definitely. So, you know, I don't know. Maybe it's a little bit of both. She was credited. One can only assume she was going to get paid. And either way, I'm just wondering why she decided to do this publicly on her Instagram because that's what lawyers are for. Well, according to reports, it was that she didn't own the publishing, but it's actually for real and his partner that owns the publishing, but what I believe because we did talk about this a little bit last week, I think that what Beyoncé was trying to do by putting her name and giving her credit was to give her a shout out. And then she got on to those Instagram and she just went off to everybody else. But I would say we live in this modern age where a digital correction can fix how you listen to. Isn't that wonderful? CDs or records or tapes, we couldn't have done that once it's done. You have to wait till the next, you know, distribution of actual physical copies. Yeah, because a lot of people are saying, well, you know, if she, is she gonna try to sue Beyoncé or something? I don't think it was that. No. I think Beyoncé just, you know, she saw kelis's video and she said, you know what? I'm not gonna answer. I'm gonna answer the way I need to answer through my music. She took it off. And you know what? The song now sounds it sounds different. At the beginning, because it was like the first ten, 20 seconds of the song, the beginning, you can hear the definite difference in it. But she never uses kelis's vocals or anything. I do want to say something though, because I think people need to remember the mindset of where kelis may be. And I'm just saying maybe. Okay. She lost her husband to cancer in March of this year. And when you lose someone like that, your mindset is different. And it's like things hitting you. You think, you know, sometimes it's like, I don't care no more. I'm tired of people, you know, using me, abusing me. So I think that may have been the mindset, and I think, you know, Beyoncé kind of understands that. So, you know, she's like, you know what? I'm gonna give you a pass this. I'm not gonna say nothing about you. I'm just gonna abide by your wishes. That's why we call her Queen B, but you know what? Somebody else, that's coming for her. Is Monica Lewinsky? Yeah. Monica tweeted. While we're at it, hashtag partition. Now, Monica's referring to a graphic lyric from partition about her affair with president Clinton. And when asked, why she seemed down with it back in the day because she did do an article and she kind of made a joke about it. She said, quote, I have learned to find humor in painful who humiliating things. What do you think about Monica joining in on the tweet sounded funny to me? 'cause if you follow her on Twitter, she makes jokes. Yeah, she's telling a cheat. Yeah. Often. And it's good. It's good burns. But I will say, when I heard first heard partition and that lyric specifically, I wish we could say it. I don't think it's that bad, but let me know in my ear if we can say it, 'cause it's not a bad layer, but it makes the action that she's known for a verb. And I remember hearing it the first time, and I was like, oh, yeah. You guys, if this woman, everyone's gonna be singing and reminding me of that one thing I did in my 20s. But it happens. I remember there was a beef when Pitbull used, I have it on lockdown like Lindsay Lohan. She told me. She tried to sue. And I think that you have poetic license to write whatever you want and use someone's name. However you want. What? I mean, we talk about women empowerment. And this is just another example to me that I just believe that is no such thing as that. Because it's like this girl worked on this album, and I'm talking about Beyoncé, this woman. The reconstruction album? Yes, the reconstruction job because it's not renaissance to me anymore. 'cause everybody keeps coming for her. Even the great Diane Warren, you know, came for her with, you know, she Diane Warren sent out a tweet and she said, how do you have 24 writers on a song? And I was like, really? And I know Diane Warren. So why would you and then so they had to break down, you know, 'cause the beehive came, they came. But is that the bigger you are? The more you have critics coming to you. Because she talks about not setting the bar, she is the bar, one of my lyrics in construction says. But it is true. The bigger you get, and the more she doesn't do interviews, you know she doesn't really need to do the kind of stuff everyone else does. Suddenly, people need to find fall. And some of them sure warranted, but someone's like, why are you even starting the paw with her? That's what I was. That's why I didn't understand what Diane, but the thing is, is the reason why there's 24 writers is because of the interpolation of songs of the sampling of songs. So all of those all of those people get credited because remember back in the day when hip hop first started, you know, they were sampling and they weren't giving people credit. Right. So now, when you 20 years later, you see, if you put anything any type of mention of somebody, a melody, you have to give them credit. So to avoid this confusion. And so they had to break that down for Diane Warren and Diane Warren had to apologize. She said, I didn't mean I didn't need anything. Just ask him a question is like, okay, Diane. You will be a little shady. You tried that. And you know what? It is true that the bigger you are, the more people are going to try to just drop your name to be attached to you somehow whether it's positive or negative, but there does seem to be a little Beyoncé backlash. I don't know why. And all because we don't get this with a Dale. We don't get this with Taylor Swift. A little bit maybe. A little bit. Sure, any of this will actually phase the fandom of Beyoncé. Oh, no, no, no, no. They down with her. They down with her 100% as I am. Now, just when we thought that JoJo Siwa Candace Cameron beef was over, someone else comes home, it is. Mama, Jessica Lin says that Kansas isn't telling the full story. Oh, she let the tea out on her success with just podcasts. Listen to this, y'all. JoJo ran into DJ and she's like, oh my God, I love you so much. Can we please take a selfie?

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"kelis" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:59 min | Last week

"kelis" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"'cause her album has 16 tracks and it pays homage to dance music and she samples some iconic hits from Donna Summer and Robin S, Robin S recently said she was thrilled to have a work included. But now everybody's thrilled. Apparently, kelis is not thrilled because milkshake was incorporated to Beyoncé's album on the 5th track called energy. So now she's speaking out to claim that the song was used without her permission. And without getting too in the weeds, let me just say the production duo of Pharrell Williams because I'm happy and if you feel all right, Pharrell Williams and his partner Chad Hugo, they're known as the neptunes. They're listed as two riders of milkshake, which was released back in 2003, and kelis is credited as a sole performer. So she and the neptunes have a long and complicated history. We don't need to know that. They worked on a first three albums in 99, 2001, 2003. Who even knew, kelis has three albums. I didn't know. But either way, it's not my world. But according to new track credits for energy that you see on Spotify and Apple music, both Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo are listed among the numerous co writers on the song while kelis goes on mentioned. And despite not being listed in the song's credits, her involvement in renaissance was teased earlier last week after Beyoncé released an official track list naming the artists set to be sampled in each song and as a fan account on Instagram that put up the list, she repulsed the list of Beyoncé put out. And that got a response from kelis, who said that this was the first time she'd heard that her work was being used on Beyoncé's album. And she wrote in response to this fan, it's not a collaboration. It's theft. So right away, shots fired. And kelis went on to say, my mind is blown because the level of disrespect and utter ignorance of all three parties involved is astounding. I heard about this the same way everybody else did. Let me tell you something. Nothing is ever as it seemed. Some of the people in this business have no soul or integrity and they have everyone fooled. I love them people talk for Nick gut like that. She went further on her Instagram stories that I looked up the other day. She said the reality is that my real beef is not only with Beyoncé. Because at the end of the day, she sampled my record. She's copied me before. She's done this before. So have many other artists. It's fine. I don't care about that. Well, she does. But she's playing a bigger pressure. I don't care about that. Then she went on to criticize Beyoncé for the fact that she failed to reach out and notify that she was gonna sample milkshake. And that gesture would have shown common decency, kelis says. I know what I own, and when I don't own, I also know the lies that were told.

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Beyonce's New Album Is Causing Controversy

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:45 min | Last week

Beyonce's New Album Is Causing Controversy

"Her latest album is called renaissance. It's the first one she's released since lemonade. Remember that hoopla 6 years ago? It's causing quite a stir in the business. Remember she's saying in the Super Bowl? Oh my God. A lot of shit in the business now because of this album. A couple of singles were secretly released. I don't believe that for a second. I'm sure it was coordinated without her consent. Yeah, sure. She knew what was going on. Another pop star, kelis, and the police, my milkshake brings all the boys to the yard and they're like, it's better than yours, right? That's kelis. Kelis went on Instagram to give Beyoncé some shit. 'cause her album has 16 tracks and it pays homage to dance music and she samples some iconic hits from Donna Summer and Robin S, Robin S recently said she was thrilled to have a work included. But now everybody's thrilled. Apparently, kelis is not thrilled because milkshake was incorporated to Beyoncé's album on the 5th track called energy. So now she's speaking out to claim that the song was used without her permission. And without getting too in the weeds, let me just say the production duo of Pharrell Williams because I'm happy and if you feel all right, Pharrell Williams and his partner Chad Hugo, they're known as the neptunes. They're listed as two riders of milkshake, which was released back in 2003, and kelis is credited as a sole performer. So she and the neptunes have a long and complicated history. We don't need to know that. They worked on a first three albums in 99, 2001, 2003. Who even knew, kelis has three albums. I didn't know. But either way, it's not my world. But according to new track credits for energy that you see on Spotify and Apple music, both Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo are listed among the numerous co writers on the song while kelis goes on mentioned. And despite not being listed in the song's credits, her involvement in renaissance was teased earlier last week after Beyoncé released an official track list naming the artists set to be sampled in each song and as a fan account on Instagram that put up the list, she repulsed the list of Beyoncé put out. And that got a response from kelis, who said that this was the first time she'd heard that her work was being used on Beyoncé's album. And she wrote in response to this fan, it's not a collaboration. It's theft. So right away, shots fired. And kelis went on to say, my mind is blown because the level of disrespect and utter ignorance of all three parties involved is astounding.

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"kelis" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:44 min | 5 months ago

"kelis" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"From this From my perspective the first thing is really the education about what our actual history is and it's not just slavery We were agricultural experts And we were growing things and how we were growing them That's what made them say we want these people to come over because we are going to force them to do it for us That's how the whole thing started So just understanding that the land was ours and that there was something really beautiful and powerful in not allowing someone to dictate to you with the scope of your lifespan and your health should be and how you eat and how you are able to process everything I think that's the first thing I think the whole thing kelis is a value thing People don't see themselves kids Don't see themselves as being valuable And that's why I'll kill you over a period of tennis shoes I'll kill you over a play state or game you know a gaming console You know so because they think these things give them value and they don't really realize that we are the soil You know that's where we come from We're carbon based How do we show these kids something other than things To me is what this is about Somewhere along the line just became unsexy to people right But to me the sexiest thing in the world like this is the flyest thing I can do right now I didn't become a different person I didn't like I don't care about fashion I don't care about my hair I care about all those things still And so there's something really to me like I want people to see the section is about it because I think it was so purposefully taken away And I think especially as young black people that is the best thing you can do It's sexy because it's power right And they're not seeing it as power because you're right it's bigger than just the food We have to know what's happening and what's being done because we can't fight We're not equipped to fight it If we don't even know what's happening people don't know what's happening there's no idea Because we've been trained to.

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"kelis" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

02:58 min | 10 months ago

"kelis" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

"Us. A special fader. Thank you to our grammy and oscar award. Winning host mark ronson. Please visit the fater dot com slash podcasts to read the original cover story and check out a playlist of artists mentioned in this episode. If you liked the show please share it and review us on your favorite podcast app. Please join us next monday to find out. Which of your favorite artists will be uncovered next executive producers rob stone and jon cohen for the fader podcast network talent booking robert english producers alex robert ross and matty russell shapiro directed by daniel nevada and produced by the failure in association with t. dot nyc engineered and mixed by david rogers berry theme music by dj premier for fater uncovered merchandise. Please visit shop dot the fater dot com. Thanks and seeing next week..

"kelis" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

04:57 min | 10 months ago

"kelis" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

"This is a good one to popstars. Have to be perfect all the time. An artist is allowed on occasion to suck. I'm not trying to please the masses. It's not gonna happen so i don't try. That one really perfectly sums up the difference. I've never thought about it. Like in that way between being pop song and an artist and bowie and fuckin- picasso and everyone has a shitty period shitty record. They would never get to the good stuff if you didn't have that sort of fall off well because i think that's the thing right. I think we've gotten so we wanna love everything we want to like it. I wanna i wanna like. I wanna thumbs up. I wanna and so instead of being killed. That's a real person that i buy into them because like i like that person right. It's like i like when they suck. I like when it's mess. I like when it's hard. I like when they're strung out all the things about it because i like them as opposed to like your pleasing me right now instantly constantly. Please me again again again again again. It's like that's sick deranged about it. You know what. I mean like i who wants to do that. Who has time for that. Who has the energy for that. I mean i know. I'm not going to be great all the time. Yeah that'd be right and be genuine. Be honest like to do that. There's certain things that come to mind that you either have to head a little bit of this sort of lowest common denominator so you know that you can reach a lot of people in you know that you're distilling your stuff or you just have to have this maniacal just like i'm gonna constantly only word can do cameos with the biggest and the best people in key they desperation. And don't you feel like that. Though there are performers like that there are people agree. Like good great. I'm glad for them. Because it means. I don't have to do that because i'm not going to do that..

"kelis" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

05:49 min | 10 months ago

"kelis" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

"Just sing a melody like week. Come from like what is that. I know that something right. There's a purification process that idea silence through silent periods. So when i'm writing that's the best way for me to kind of just make sure that i am solely doing me whether it's good bad or indifferently. It's me you know as midnight. Snacks is that from an upcoming record. You have a whole album yes. I'm working on a record. Midnight snack sorta just as a few things that i did in my head at the moment and it was just like this is how i'm feeling and it was just wanted to kind of bring that kind of like nineties. Sort of like just like i said could times like this is sort of what i was thinking and i was feeling it and so let me. Just write this quick and it's like a fun not to be analyzed and it's like an easy just fun feeling record it's great kind of like a prelude all the stuff that i'm kind of like thinking about and working on i mean obviously the first thing that i when it came on other than it sounded great was are going back to beat because obviously food was quite. I davis attack as one of the most future thinking as he is one hundred percents something like traditional or old school about day but it was a more organic sounding live instrumental record and now this is like oh cool that like i said. My first thought was like police has gone back to beat. Is that the flavor this record like you said you know of how i started i think. Yeah that's definitely where my head's at. There's a void. And so for me. I feel like wanting to for myself wanting to just sonically kind of get back to what i felt staff szekely. You know this is sort of. Just like the teaser. Bouche their most. Bush which is like a really shitty segue into ask you because the last recco is food is his midnight snack which could be interpreted any number of ways but i guess you could say like even back to tasty milkshake. This isn't some new thing that there's been this. I didn't that the until someone sends me like a year or two of whatever go they were like. Oh you're always got food references. And i was like. Oh yeah. I do exterior only ice tea. I don't i think it's just because like well. Obviously i'm reading. I like to eat. But i think like the most carnal thing right and the queen think about music and it's so it's one of those simply crave foods really tangible way to describe that. Yes it when it's done in the right way sexy because you're thinking the same kind of like impulses and Senses that you would get from. And then i didn't realize you intentionally going for a bit of a fun sexy ninety thing on it but it made me think. Did you ever cross pass with a li. I can't remember sh- like her tragedy happened before you are bigger whether you ever ran in the same circles came around each other yeah. I just seen her for the grammy. Yeah that year. We'd seen each other a times. We also there's too many artist right now but like back in the day..

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"kelis" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

04:54 min | 10 months ago

"kelis" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

"What should have been you know. And like we laid the groundwork with kaleidoscope so wonderland should have been all that but it just got thwarted from that point though that kept happening record after record the business of the music always just got in the way i went to aristotle ariza literally that whole collapse happened and then i got shipped off to jive which was a nightmare and i was just like one thing after another. So that was the beginning of a very long and arduous record label. Time for me. I guess for me outside. It looks like this crazy like going to arizona. The next record making tasty with milkshake and trick me in this thing. It looks like this crazy triumph. Like you just kind of like came back from basically being left for dead industry wise and then have the absolute biggest record of your current one of the most interesting like r&b All records but the same thing happened though. Milkshake came out first of all people. Don't realize either milkshake. We everyone's a pop head. And i'm like i worked at record man like a frigging maniac for over a year before any radio. People were like no not playing eight. It not going to happen. We're never going to play that. I mean literally. I was relentless and i was like this. This is a song so we push it for over a year and then finally when it hit it was like number two or something like that for like sixteen weeks. The only kicked out by heya which i was like. Okay that's deserving. And then when i went to put out millionaire that's when everything collapsed and so that's why millionaire actually tricked me so i had to pay for tonight. Put out trick me. I had to pay for video because the label wouldn't do it and it was all this unrest. I drove to canada with little ex. You know ex now and we did the video like just go. Here's how much it's gonna cost me like. What do i do like a paid for it. And the us really didn't pick it up because we didn't have anybody here. So the european branch they took over and then it's the same thing that was happening and then when millionaire came out which should have done so well here. We didn't have a label. Really and so. By the time i go over to jive jive was like i would have never signed to jive jive within ever signed me. You know it. Was this weird like we were all traded. They just kind of like they put all the black artists on drive and all the whiter and it was just like okay. I fun kids. Like no one cared you know and so jive like it was a mess. It was disaster but it was right in the middle of this record for me so it looked one way but in reality it was a disaster was a mess and they're all happened right in the middle of that.

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"kelis" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

04:28 min | 10 months ago

"kelis" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

"But then i was like okay like you of get into it. Hit me a few months ago. This is the first year in twenty something years that i've been home the whole year. I have never been home the whole year ever like we tore every single year so like it was nuts. I'm like i've never not be. This is crazy. I'm home like what do people do this same. But then i'm like now like i love it. It's been dope. Because i've been able to be on the farm and like was able to do stuff and learn stuff and kind of like do things that i would have never had time to do 'cause i would have been somewhere else so it's been pretty crazy. It's been cool. What kind of things like how to make soap. Oh it's so crazy this whole thing. It's like hot and the whole house. It's a lot it's toxic and can be lie this..

"kelis" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

04:30 min | 10 months ago

"kelis" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

"Also i mean. I am english. I'm sure a lot of english people. Hopefully listen to this podcast. And i'm very proud of my roots but always just amazes me. Because i spent most of my life going in the states. I say the state. So i can sound more english that when i go back there. Certain things that they refuse to pronounce the way that the artist intended. So you go there and it was always callous. Callous you've got that in the beginning right to this day. Probably still people will be like come on. It's almost defiance to be like no. We invented this thing. You stole it from us. Our gonna so even to now. English people so call you callous. Sometimes yes yeah. That's not really a question. I just remember team mate but it was so big and then there were like three bona fide. dj bangers. Because i was going back to england suddenly a lot to dj around that time she had caught out there. You had good stuff. And one thing that i really remember from because i was dj zhang so much in clubs in that time and playing and teaching in la in london and playing a lot of those songs i think caught out. There has to rank the top of the most misunderstood. What the actual name of. The song is of all time because no one would ever come up to say. Can you play caught out there. By kelly's they would say key play. I hate you so much. Exactly going out on tour after that and playing these big festivals. You said that going out on those festivals fell a bit isolating because you kind of made this record with a bunch of friends in a studio and it was this fun thing. And now you're just like being thrust onto some you know stage fifteen thousand people in the middle of europe and it wasn't really vibe. I think in my mind we were all gonna be together all the time and no one really brought up the fact that i know lady when this is done you go alone like we were all together all the time so like we live together we lived in the same house we recorded together. We were together all the time so like when the record was done and i came back to new york. And they're like okay great. Now you're going to go on tour of they will wear as everybody else like. No you're going. What so like then. I'm out in the middle of lake nurburg or nuremberg. I was in both. I'm the only black person for miles and it's terrifying lake. And then you're doing these really grandiose things that to be totally honest like i look back at my life now and i'm pretty proud of some of the stuff that i've done not all this stuff. It's stuff that i've done. I can look back now. And it's pretty doped bill to say that but at the time it was my first time to europe i was like seventeen eighteen years old..

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"kelis" Discussed on Read Between the Lines

Read Between the Lines

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"kelis" Discussed on Read Between the Lines

"On some of the more More graphic images within the poem. Yeah i if that was a really interesting one to read. Like as i was like is at first i was like oh like what is this. Why is she talking about porn. What is going on. And then as i was reading i was like this away. This is really interesting. Like don't it kind of taught me not to judge it. Because i attended judge stuff as i read very and when i was reading more into that story at lake kind of remove that sort of bias army right from things we cannot look away from you know. And something's you know like we see how the culture that we're in shades our identity. How walk in the world. How we see the world and so on so far so Pink things was definitely hard to write. And i needed to get a little bit of distance from me in order to entail the story In the way that it was told. And so it's also hard to read. I'm it's one of those poems where the audience is like. Okay right because it. It's taking you into a child's view of watching feds. You know and being unsure about what what these images me very. That's like what i said too. I i was like oh no no and then i like once you really read i think i i actually had the couple parts in it. She that i'd like stop and kind of like go back over it and like height of like take it all you know and i think that was definitely one of the ones that i wanted to say before to you like it was one that was like wow it was very impacts on like really well done very interesting. Thank you molly yeah You know. I think that's about. I have for you today but thank you so much for coming on. This was really great. Thank you so much for having me. I love talking to you and please share any thing that you can't about this book. Yeah definitely. I will be promoting at everything everyone. Please go and reach this line. it's a really exceptional read I have one last question and that is what you have coming so in my in my live. I am the founder of a arts organization on the west side of chicago out front porch art center and we are live. There isn't a lot of well. There aren't a lot of spaces for art in. So i think people here a lot about chicago and they also need to understand that you know. We need a That are creative. And that are in extension of culture in story and narrative. So i'll be working hard on that. Not instagram and facebook And i am starting a artist residency With the art institute of chicago at omen square. so we'll be doing a bit of community storytelling and performance archiving and writing. That is also gonna check that out and like triumph. See if i can see anything related that if you ever have like any shows or anything with that 'cause i'm in chicago no are. You should cry when you said i was like to. We need to connect family. Loves each shoe in person. I would love to meet you too. All right okay. we rate with. We'll try and find something that we can do Maybe if we have ever cove it allows if we can do some like our our network. We'll cut this out but our network does like marathons and stuff not in quarantine but it unusual times it does like marathons and like really like shows and stuff so to one of those. I will contact you if you wanna learn and hang out in my book releases that been gallery in wicker park on the twenty eight colo. I will see if i can make it. Sounds really cool. Yeah i'm not. I'm not in the northwest suburbs. But i come into the sea allow. So but yeah. We'll just thank you so much again for coming on. This was awesome to talk to you. thank you. I had a glass eye for read between the lines. My name is molly southie. And i'm leave the word. Let's this the way all great stories at happily ever after the in. Thank you for listening to read between the lines book. Podcast this episode is hosted by molly. Southgate it is edited by rob southgate and produced by southgate media group. You can get in touch with the show at read between the lines. Mel dot com. Or you can send us a voicemail at seven. Oh eight eight seven nine. Four seven three. That was seven. Oh eight eight. Eight seven nine. Four seven three. You can also find a son. Instagram at read between the lines podcast. Thank you so much for listening..

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"kelis" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

The Dr. Susan Block Show

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"kelis" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

"Sheldon. Can I help you? Got Them this is the hook and that was in your office the other day. If you're a hooker, you'd be my office I'm not of business. Wonder, who fucked you, but it wasn't you. It was your assistance boyfriend. I have no some. Situations but anyways. What was all about with anal sex. That that's my life business. And when I need to know if. I could take fifteen half. Come from behind. Make it good. took. My ass I put. Go. Eighties hair. Great Year. Wow Yeah. Kelly richer. Wow. I love your accent when you when you say car keys like Khakis, right Khakis you wear. Khaki Hand I. Love How you bite the blanket. That was. Out. And and you take bone. Wow! I mean. He was as big as John, Holmes was really fifteen and a half or fourteen inches. Not really was. Not. In, you know the Internet says. I think he's a little bit bigger. I know that you know bigger than John Holmes. Oh, yeah! John and so. John was great I mean five. Yes, on, and was he kinda shy also. He is very very sweeter is my even him Jamie Gillis God rest his soul, and I'm like John Leslie. They were since gentleman. Just. They were all around. They was such gentlemen. It was it was. It was like Oh my God. I can't get enough of us. There's another case of men who have a dominant kind of fetish or or tendency who are using it in a very positive consensual way. July Warning about. How to do that and they. They kind of knew how to do it instinctually they could have taught a course though but Yeah you worked with a lot of Amazing people including. Where we get to the next thing though. Anal Sex, you were the Anal Queen. Maybe you still are. I you know what? I am actually I am. What Freddie thirty work you're saying is when we were. They said you are alleged I in a riot. Testify! Sister Kelly. Added the Queen and I am not ashamed I am. I? Mean I get my again. Love it. Jim. Sex Give me a deep. Testify Sister Kelly. I love it so. How did you become the Anal Queen I mean? Did you really like anal sex? Or did you just like to show off that beautiful, but? I think that they felt revalued. said here you doing an agency, wow. You think whether you you were kind. Just there to please you know I. Think! It was more that that's what I had to show on my body. I believe beautiful tits by the way I don't think. Little I think I need I. would say average size, and that's optimal beautiful. Yeah. Okay, I turn to turn me facebook camera. They're so beautiful. Let's let's see yeah, no, we turned it away. We see them again. Yeah, okay, get out of my way. We're trying to look. But you can take a picture of the tits Harry..

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