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Fresh update on "kendrick" discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

03:00 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kendrick" discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"The many ways it has of driving people mad. It's pettiness. It's capricious nature. It's cruelty. It's deviousness. And it's never ending implacability. Musically, this movement is a skirt so and it could be said to be pretending to be good Russian music. It's just a COVID always described it as a musical portrait of stunning. And kentridge makes full use of its sly character. He made his film on a small scale theatrical stage really quite tiny, not more than four or 5 feet wide. It's made of cardboard and it has pillars and porticoes and galleries, lots of sort of hidden things that can have secret alcoves. Using a tiny camera on a stick, he's able to take the viewer right into the entrails of this setting, and true the use of tiny little marionettes, he explores Kovac's attitudes towards Stalin and the Soviet Union. This work feels like a collage. But much of kentridge's work, it implies that history itself is a process of eliding, distorting, and stitching things back together. For the impatient viewer, this moment can feel like hours that works a noisy, they're confusing, but it's really worth persisting. One of the hard things to realize, Kendrick says, is the edge of who one is of what your imagination can produce. And with that, he steps back into the studio of his secret place, he reaches for new stick of charcoal, another sheet of white paper, and you really get the feeling that for him as an artist, everything becomes possible again. And in the end, we are reduced to making ourselves as a self portrait, a self portrait, as a rhinoceros. A self portrait as a typewriter, a self portrait as a coffee pot, a self portrait as a megaphone. All that we wish we could be. That's all for this episode of the intelligence. Let us know what you think of the show. Drop us a line at podcasts and economists dot com or leave us a rating, wherever you listen. We'll see you back here. Tomorrow.

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Fresh update on "kendrick" discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

02:22 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kendrick" discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"Every increasingly precious resource, like the reduction of soil loss by 40% with every acre grown in a world where sustainability matters more than ever, we need all the help we can get, and there's no greater resource than the capable hands of American corn farmers. All right, I want to talk about the Lakers briefly before we get into the GM survey. I was at wanna say Staples. I was like crypto dot com arena. On Monday night, saw the Lakers opener against the kings. Look, Anthony Davis looked great. I wrote about him for SI dot com on Tuesday. I think he's in position to have a good bounce back year. LeBron James going to be fine, but I watched that Laker team Howard and all the questions I had coming in are still the same questions. Do they have enough shooting to make it work with this group? Is Russell Westbrook going to fit in. I saw them bring Patrick Beverly. He was the first guy off the bench. I didn't make any sense to me. Patrick Beverly should be starting for this team and being that defensive point of attack that darvin hamke is preaching about. I mean, look, the final score doesn't really matter that the second half was played with all second unit third unit guys. And in the first half, the Lakers played pretty well overall as a team, but I watched how the kings were defending the Lakers. They were really coming playing off a lot of their perimeter players, and that's gonna be a theme all season long. I mean, Kendrick nunn has looked great this week. I mean, Lakers coaches have raved about how Kendrick nunn has looked and he basically is. The Lakers biggest free agent acquisitions, they didn't play a minute. Last year, but I've got major concerns still about how the Lakers create enough space. So Davis LeBron can operate without seeing two or three bodies every time they go to the basket. Yeah, look, I'm going to need to see a lot of Laker pre season success actually scratch that. I'm going to need to see a lot of Laker regular season success in a couple of weeks before I buy in. You alluded to the GM survey earlier, the GMs are not buying it either. There is not a single question on the GM survey that indicated any level of confidence by the league's GMs in what the Lakers have and where they're headed.

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Jack Harlow, Lil Nas X, Kendrick Lamar top MTV VMA nominees

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Jack Harlow, Lil Nas X, Kendrick Lamar top MTV VMA nominees

"Lil Nas X Jack Harlow and Kendrick Lamar lead the MTV Video Music Awards nominations with 7 each a marchesa a letter with the latest Collaboration industry baby earned 6 nominations including video of the year and each of them get one for artist of the year For the first time the video and artist of the year categories have been expanded to 7 Kendrick Lamar's N95 and family ties earned 7 nominations as well mostly in technical categories Madonna has become the only artist to be nominated in each of the VMAs 5 decades as she gets a nod for long form video for madam X the MTV VMAs will be August 28th in Newark New Jersey

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Actor Kirk Cameron Joins Dinesh to Talk About 'Home School Awakening'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:21 min | 4 months ago

Actor Kirk Cameron Joins Dinesh to Talk About 'Home School Awakening'

"Guys, I'm really happy to welcome to the podcast, actor, producer, court Cameron, some of you will remember him as Mike Seaver from the 1980s hit sitcom growing pains, but since then he's been the kind of entrepreneur in faith and family focused films, TV shows, live events, he made, of course, the film called fire proof that many of us saw monumental connect the way of the master TV series and also a whole bunch of stuff focused on marriage and family and parenting. He's a evidently has a new feature coming out with the Kendrick brothers called life mark coming out in September, but we're gonna talk now about his new documentary. It's called the homeschool awakening. It's in theaters. Today, June 13th, and also tomorrow, June 14th. Kirk, welcome to the podcast. Thanks for joining me. Man, you are a productive guy and the new film looks great. Tell us a little bit about it. Well, why did you choose this topic? And what can people expect to see in the film? Thanks to that shit, it's so good to be with you. And I'm excited. You know, this is really exciting because there's an awakening that's taking place across the nation. And it was really sparked by the pandemic and the response of locking public schools down, sending children home, parents got a front row seat as they watched their kids on their laptops, be taught things that just horrified them. I mean, this is just crazy stuff that they're teaching and while they're removing a lot of good things from school, teaching kids to love God, love their neighbor, be proud to live in America. They're replacing it with critical race theory, they're replacing that with gender queer theory, encouraging their kids to choose their own pronouns decide if they want to be a boy or a girl. And parents said, we're not going to do this anymore. So they kept their kids home, even after the schools opened back up, and homeschooling doubled in 2020. And homeschooling is actually this amazing, wonderful community of families who are passing on their values and giving their kids a great education in the context of a community that is on mission to bring faith, family, and freedom back into

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"kendrick" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

14:38 min | 4 months ago

"kendrick" Discussed on Popcast

"You know, I mean, I like Kodak. I mean, a codex a really impressive rapper. Well, I also think there's a weird thing his sort of taken hold in the past couple of years of looking through credits. And I feel like it happened with Drake's element, it's happened a few times where someone would find like an R. Kelly credit or a insert problematic musician. And I feel like it's a very weird and odd thing to kind of normalize. And I feel like Kodak by clearly has a career. He clearly has an audience and it's not going to be, I don't know, just inhibit in and of itself being on the record doesn't seem like a grievous thing. And it also kind of like the sensibility I got was like being in the church pews and like the bad kid is like on the pulpit like doing a performance and you know all the stuff they did but like now they're a church. It didn't feel like it was like promoting Kodak black and it's probably things he's done specifically because the record makes a point to talk about treating black women better. He says this stuff repeatedly is drilling this foam and he's got this guy who just last year pleaded to a crazy case. And I don't know if maybe that's just kind of like a performance of imperfection or whatever like a delivery artistic decision to be like while I want to push this message I also have to consider people who are not all the way along in their journey on this. I mean, he does have the Jesus crown on. Yes. It's ironic, but also is it? He's leading by example. It's like the, it's like the Julius Caesar refusing the crowd kind of thing. Everybody knows what you mean to people and regardless of what title you want to put on it. It's always going to be what it is. I think that he's trying to redirect something that there's no control over people who are always going to look up to him. Even in this prickly and I would say often confrontational record, it's being lifted up by a lot of people, it's just one of the greatest things that's happened this year. So really what damage was done to that people look up to him and hang on every word, sort of situation, you know? We're talking about Jesus, which brings me to the last topic. That I really want to talk about. Did not make an appearance on this album, so that's how you know it was in a classic. Okay. The ones that he appears on are the classics and the Jesus was too busy on the NF record to show up in the Kendrick record. Okay, okay. So here's the question that I have for each of you. No, because some of this stuff could be lecrae, like a couple of times. Yes. Absolutely. 100%. Like you told me that there was like maverick city music like studio musicians, like in the background, I would not be surprised also. You know? It may take some respect on kids cave. He's a better rapper than a crank. No, listen, lecrae is a talented individual who puts a lot of effort into those records. It is just that there is sometimes when the subject, like that, I'm not going to push it, it's a half dog. Then it's okay. I believe that we all can believe in all acknowledge that we can not the didacticism of some of this stuff and just not at it. And then keep walking by. And we're going to compare the principal. He's going to hold the cradle so. Yes. Totally fair. But is he going to hold Kanye? Now, this is the question I have. And I'm hoping we'll all have different answers to it, but we'll see. Where in the Kanye arc is Kendrick right now? Wow. I feel like he's further along than Kanye's. Like, you think you've post donned a two? Yes. This is a better DOM to two. This is the fatherhood fears and trying to throw the audience record, which is what yeezus wants for Kanye. Okay, so you're saying postdoc to two Jeff, you're saying yeezus, Craig. What do you think? The verses are finished. Their songs on this one, they're inspired songs on this one. I kind of don't agree with the question. I feel like they should be like, where is he at in the Drake arc? Oh. I feel like his beef with Drake honestly messes up. If Kendrick and Drake would have stayed cool. No. No. What universe or Kendrick and Drake? What are they arguing? No, I know but literally what contender could just. This is the thing. Kanye and Drake have things to argue about Kendrick and Kanye have things to argue about. I struggle to know what Kendrick and Drake truly have done. And it was like this subtle thing that I'm sure they're probably Friends. You have professional frost with people who are good at what they do and also so were you and you just don't like each other. I have a lot. There's a lot of people like that. That's normal. Yeah. But is it real? But like, I don't know, man, these are adults. Like, I'm an adult, like I let that go ten, 15 years ago. Everybody has that one person, they just simply would never talk to in their industry, and that's just what that is. Also, like, just everyone wants to claim the greatest and there can't be two at the same time. The catalysts don't match up though like Drake is like a micro inside my head record kind of guy and Kendrick is everything outside of my brain. Yeah. And even on the therapy record, even we could go through the catalog like, okay, Kendrick do have some joints, like he has radio hits. It's on this record counts contrary to the critical thrust saying otherwise this stuff that wants to be seen among the other rappers that are out right now, I think. Okay, can I propose something? What if this is 8 O 8s? Damn is graduation. The kind of like big ambitious, like I'm here, I'm present. I can make records of this scale that are going to cross over and touch everybody. And this is what happens when your life falls apart and you realize that when you thought you were at the top, you actually have collapsed fully, and there's nothing underneath you, except the mountain that you climb, that got kicked out from under you. To me, that's how this scans, and then that makes me want to do this. Is he really had a cataclysmic thing? Well, based on the snippets of information. You know, it's like, he got found out, we don't know the extent of it. We don't know the cost. We don't know. Also, there's like a heel loots to sex addiction kind of. And I thought that was important. Yeah. Well, the paper record. Mostly talked about texting in my feel like. First of all, it's the podcast of record and the rules are different. But that makes me wonder, is there on the back end of this a fantasy, like a kind of like fully formed like, okay, I shook off this whatever, now I'm gonna come back with a fully orchestrated Magnum Opus that, yes, I put together this kind of piecemeal half emotional record with some strange and potentially unacceptable bars, but I'm gonna come back with like the full LA symphony orchestra Pink Floyd the wall massive record after this. I go back and forth between not knowing what to expect and feeling like this was really settling a lot of things that the next one is going to go on a crazy direction. But that could be just the stuff that you tell yourself when somebody has made the record that isn't necessarily the one that you want. Yeah. Hit the highs, then I needed it to as often as I've expected to from that artist. And maybe feeling like, oh, he's going to go crazy the next time is copium, maybe he really is trying to push things around and change up the art. Can I ask just like a meta criticism question? Because it's something that was really on my mind as I was writing the review. Because we'll do critic picks sometimes for really impressive records. And I was like, I don't think I'm going to give this a critics big, but I was like, I'm so used to and Steven, your review is the first pitcher to review of a Kendrick record since section 80. That was not best new music. I was sort of wondering like, am I going to be out on a limb here being like, this is an imperfect Kendrick record. But it turns out that everybody felt that way, or almost everybody seemed to feel that way. Was it, was it at all strange to watch that happen in kind of real time? Because I feel like critical discourse sometimes can be blunted and dull, especially about stars of a certain caliber with a certain expectation. And I was like wondering kind of like looking at other people's papers a little bit like, okay, is anybody going to also say this? Or am I going to be floating down here alone? And then it turned out we all kind of could have just, you know, more or less filed one review because we all mostly thought similar things. I mean, I don't have any heroes. That's right. That's right. I'd say it louder. Say it with your chest. Say it with your chest. I listened to the music that I respond to the music. You know, I did have high expectations, but they expectations didn't make the music. I wasn't in the studio. This is just like be hoping it's good. If it's mid, it's mid, you know? Yeah, like I didn't come in thinking I wanted anything, but I was like, yo, what if we could hear Kendrick talk about XYZ? And he wanted to talk about fast and angry tweets. Sometimes, you know, you have to go through that stuff. And there's a lot of people who are in their hard headed area who were in there on rejecting the thing that everybody wants me to do era and we're getting a lot of head ass records because people are pushing back at. They're the public perception of themselves in ways that shouldn't matter to them. I get it, but come on. It's been 5 years now. Let's get past this. It's not just happening inside the confines of the Kentucky record and I feel like that we're talking about cancel culture and all that stuff and like deliberate transgression stuff inside the Kendrick record and music, this area is so tainted with that mindset that it's even got into like that. I don't know where do people stop worrying about whoever is not trying to hear what they say. In pitch the whole record pitched the whole show pitched the whole special, whatever the thing that you're making is to the people who want to hear it, you know? It does make me wonder that energy that, oh, they're not ready for this conversation or I try to have this conversation and they don't want it. Is that kind of like a proxy discourse for, hey, I tried something and for the first time, it's kind of not hitting. So it couldn't possibly be not hitting because it's bad or because it's unappealing. It must be not hitting because of what I'm talking about, and because they don't want me to talk about it. Sometimes when you hear Kendrick or like Dave Chappelle or whatever, like griping about someone like this, like sometimes I'm just like maybe the material's not hitting. It doesn't have to do with these other kind of like big picture thematic cancel ideas. Maybe it's isolating in their branches in their mansions in their beaches and listening to the people who are telling them they agree with them and yeah, they're just everyone is everyone's head is just so far up their own they're like, it's really exquisite to watch every single person go through this. Every famous rapper from a surgeon. It's Elon Musk telling people he's going to vote Republican now. It's just like it's everywhere and it's like annoying and like I'm very tired of just that whole thread. You can't even call it a thread. It's the whole rope to what you're talking about, John, with a lot of the records that have come out at least in the past two years. I think we're really getting a sense of who these people are in the context of not having a world around them to just adore them or whatever. So we were all listening to celebrities in the pandemic, where it's like, you know what? Why can't I say what I want? Why can't I say it? It's like these guys are actually just like rich jerks. But wait, wait, wait, wait, but there's been some slappers that have come out during the pandemic from the same rich jerk slappers, rich jerks. No, that's my new Spotify. If I catch my constantly updated Spotify playlist. This whole Kendrick record was like, how funny would it be if he just got yeet on one track? The raft that has blown up most recently, I feel like is so much closer to where people are. And I think you're hearing a lot of these kind of former stars of the genre start to feel a bit threatened. It's like, does Kendrick have a lot? At this point. But here's the thing, that is true and that's been, I'd say that's been happening since 2010, but the Earl sweatshirt album also very insular, but really interesting, from really this year's sick. That's also in a very heady space in this space of the Vince record. It's possible to be inside your head and also make records, like people are doing it. Oh, for sure. I think those are two good examples of people who aren't going to be Drake or Kanye. Right, but also vintage someone, Vince is someone who also has a less imposed upon moral presentation than Kendra. He's Vince has more latitude. I always feel to navigate. Then Kendrick seems to have. Oh, yeah, sure. But he came ready to wrap though. I feel like I at least respect that. Well, guys, again, it's a joy to talk Kendrick with three people who will never lose touch. Steven, Jeff Craig. Steven are they cussing you for the pitchfork review? Yeah, I have my mucin filters very established. I caught three days of smoke for pimple butterfly. So like, just know that it'll always happen, it's not necessarily just about you. They hate whoever is in the seat. I appreciate that. I mean, can confirm. That's our show. Listen to every podcast ever at MI times dot com slash podcast email me a podcast NY times dot com, get in the Facebook group, get in the Discord, subscribe to podcasts anywhere you get your audio content, Apple, Google, stitcher, Spotify, et cetera, our producers, pager rosato, from head separate media, we will be back next week. Let's go out with some Kendrick incantations on mirror. You won't grow waiting on me. I can't live in the matrix talking for a short on your graces. This time I won't trade places but not about trouble's wrong.

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"kendrick" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

07:28 min | 4 months ago

"kendrick" Discussed on Popcast

"The block I ain't have no part. I also really like a spirit. You know, I mean, I like Kodak. I mean, a codex a really impressive rapper. Well, I also think there's a weird thing his sort of taken hold in the past couple of years of looking through credits. And I feel like it happened with Drake's element, it's happened a few times where someone would find like an R. Kelly credit or a insert problematic musician. And I feel like it's a very weird and odd thing to kind of normalize. And I feel like Kodak by clearly has a career. He clearly has an audience and it's not going to be, I don't know, just inhibit in and of itself being on the record doesn't seem like a grievous thing. And it also kind of like the sensibility I got was like being in the church pews and like the bad kid is like on the pulpit like doing a performance and you know all the stuff they did but like now they're a church. It didn't feel like it was like promoting Kodak black and it's probably things he's done specifically because the record makes a point to talk about treating black women better. He says this stuff repeatedly is drilling this foam and he's got this guy who just last year pleaded to a crazy case. And I don't know if maybe that's just kind of like a performance of imperfection or whatever like a delivery artistic decision to be like while I want to push this message I also have to consider people who are not all the way along in their journey on this. I mean, he does have the Jesus crown on. Yes. It's ironic, but also is it? He's leading by example. It's like the, it's like the Julius Caesar refusing the crowd kind of thing. Everybody knows what you mean to people and regardless of what title you want to put on it. It's always going to be what it is. I think that he's trying to redirect something that there's no control over people who are always going to look up to him. Even in this prickly and I would say often confrontational record, it's being lifted up by a lot of people, it's just one of the greatest things that's happened this year. So really what damage was done to that people look up to him and hang on every word, sort of situation, you know? We're talking about Jesus, which brings me to the last topic. That I really want to talk about. Did not make an appearance on this album, so that's how you know it was in a classic. Okay. The ones that he appears on are the classics and the Jesus was too busy on the NF record to show up in the Kendrick record. Okay, okay. So here's the question that I have for each of you. No, because some of this stuff could be lecrae, like a couple of times. Yes. Absolutely. 100%. Like you told me that there was like maverick city music like studio musicians, like in the background, I would not be surprised also. You know? It may take some respect on kids cave. He's a better rapper than a crank. No, listen, lecrae is a talented individual who puts a lot of effort into those records. It is just that there is sometimes when the subject, like that, I'm not going to push it, it's a half dog. Then it's okay. I believe that we all can believe in all acknowledge that we can not the didacticism of some of this stuff and just not at it. And then keep walking by. And we're going to compare the principal. He's going to hold the cradle so. Yes. Totally fair. But is he going to hold Kanye? Now, this is the question I have. And I'm hoping we'll all have different answers to it, but we'll see. Where in the Kanye arc is Kendrick right now? Wow. I feel like he's further along than Kanye's. Like, you think you've post donned a two? Yes. This is a better DOM to two. This is the fatherhood fears and trying to throw the audience record, which is what yeezus wants for Kanye. Okay, so you're saying postdoc to two Jeff, you're saying yeezus, Craig. What do you think? The verses are finished. Their songs on this one, they're inspired songs on this one. I kind of don't agree with the question. I feel like they should be like, where is he at in the Drake arc? Oh. I feel like his beef with Drake honestly messes up. If Kendrick and Drake would have stayed cool. No. No. What universe or Kendrick and Drake? What are they arguing? No, I know but literally what contender could just. This is the thing. Kanye and Drake have things to argue about Kendrick and Kanye have things to argue about. I struggle to know what Kendrick and Drake truly have done. And it was like this subtle thing that I'm sure they're probably Friends. You have professional frost with people who are good at what they do and also so were you and you just don't like each other. I have a lot. There's a lot of people like that. That's normal. Yeah. But is it real? But like, I don't know, man, these are adults. Like, I'm an adult, like I let that go ten, 15 years ago. Everybody has that one person, they just simply would never talk to in their industry, and that's just what that is. Also, like, just everyone wants to claim the greatest and there can't be two at the same time. The catalysts don't match up though like Drake is like a micro inside my head record kind of guy and Kendrick is everything outside of my brain. Yeah. And even on the therapy record, even we could go through the catalog like, okay, Kendrick do have some joints, like he has radio hits. It's on this record counts contrary to the critical thrust saying otherwise this stuff that wants to be seen among the other rappers that are out right now, I think. Okay, can I propose something? What if this is 8 O 8s? Damn is graduation. The kind of like big ambitious, like I'm here, I'm present. I can make records of this scale that are going to cross over and touch everybody. And this is what happens when your life falls apart and you realize that when you thought you were at the top, you actually have collapsed fully, and there's nothing underneath you, except the mountain that you climb, that got kicked out from under you. To me, that's how this scans, and then that makes me want to do this. Is he really had a cataclysmic thing? Well, based on the snippets of information. You know, it's like, he got found out, we don't know the extent of it. We don't know the cost. We don't know. Also, there's like a heel loots to sex addiction kind of. And I thought that was important. Yeah. Well, the paper record. Mostly talked about texting in my feel like. First of all, it's the podcast of record and the rules are different. But that makes me wonder, is there on the back end of this a fantasy, like a kind of like fully formed like, okay, I shook off this whatever, now I'm gonna come back with a fully orchestrated Magnum Opus that, yes, I put together this kind of piecemeal half emotional record with some strange and potentially unacceptable bars, but I'm gonna come back with like the full LA symphony orchestra Pink Floyd the wall massive record after this. I go back and forth between not knowing what to expect and feeling like this was really settling a lot of things that the next one is going to go on a crazy direction. But that could be just the stuff that you tell yourself when somebody has made the record that isn't necessarily the one that you want. Yeah..

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"kendrick" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

03:46 min | 4 months ago

"kendrick" Discussed on Popcast

"It's like, I want to rehabilitate this guy. Also. That's kind of where I was leaning. I mean, I think Greg's case is strong. Like this could just be to lost souls connecting. And feeling some affinity. And also they're in the same world and part of the production on here, especially the piano stuff kind of reminded me of painting pictures. So I could, if Kendrick had listened to painting pictures, I could see him being like, oh, maybe Kodak would sound good on this. But the other parts of the record are so it flammatory. Like, or not even in flame story, but like, confrontational, prickly, kind of edgy. I don't think you make songs where you're thinking about what R. Kelly's life is like. And trying to empathize with R. Kelly and Oprah. The thing where they threatened to pull the catalog, just knowing that history made the R. Kelly lines different for me on this album. I'm not sure if he's as anti as people might make him out to be. The R. Kelly lines don't feel arbitrary. Like they feel that it comes up twice. Two separate songs, two different contexts, maybe Kendrick is making the case that yes, here's R. Kelly a person who has done evil things, but there's a context in which that person came from that perhaps encouraged or pushed them to behave and in terrible ways is Kendrick just like radically empathetic is it. That's what she said. I've always been sensitive. I feel everything. I feel everyone. But I just can't downplay the agency in it. He knows he was doing. It even Kodak knows what he's doing. He says, who would have thought I'd cover a Kodak? Who thought I'd be here with Kendrick? They're both winking at it. And even if it is just like ribbing the crowd, I'm just like, well, you did this, and we're gonna have to live with this. I'm gonna have to put this in my review. I mean, it's funny. Again, I don't mean to laugh, but it's sort of what I was saying before, which is there were at least maybe four or 5 touch points that before I set one finger on the typewriter that I was like, well, we're gonna have to spend a paragraph on this. We're gonna have to spend a better job than this. We're gonna have to spend a paragraph on this. And obviously, that's how we're navigating music criticism in this moment. But for every, every paragraph or every moment that you're spending with that, sometimes I feel like there's other things happening on the record that aren't getting as much attention as the kind of headline Y things. And that that worries me a little bit. I actually like the Kodak appearances. Yeah, me too. I just want to drop when I first heard auntie diaries. I was like, who said I wanted to write about this? I don't want to discuss this. It was my immediate response to after that. Oh, you didn't want to write about it. Yeah, no, I was like, I wanted to get out of this without having to talk about that stuff and now I have to do you think that's possible in the current climate? Do you think that that's.

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"kendrick" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

09:56 min | 4 months ago

"kendrick" Discussed on Popcast

"Do we find is the more personal writing that he's kind of diving into. And I think with we cry together, you can't imagine a more obvious take. That's just kind of the way that I tried listening to it in like a million different ways and head spaces and it's like it always lays at really dumb SNL sketch like it always lands at. It gave me biggie first thousand. Yeah. Whereas like this is like, let me get so and so and then we're gonna act out like what we think, which is great if you're like 16 or something, but like, I don't know, something about that record on this album in the context almost felt like, do you just think you could just fart on a track and put it out? I don't know, something about it was crazy to me that that was okay to people. I want to find out if Steven, what do you make of we cry together? What do you make of this? I don't love it, but I respect it. And I also think that in terms of Kendrick trying to be like, hey, this is what I listen to. This is what I'm into. He's like, hey, I'm a John singleton guy. You guys gave me a Pulitzer, but like, wow. I watch. Watch baby boy. It is single. Wow. And I feel like it feels Hamilton. It feels like. You have. No. 'cause the part where she's like, she's rapping through tears. That part for me, I'm just like, yo. She's not a rapper, though. That's incredible. I feel like that is crazy. It is crazy. It is crazy that Taylor page really took it there. Shout to her for getting probably the wildest script you'll ever get. She was in Zola. She could only go up from here. Craig, what do you make of we cry together? I have completed my contract with it and I need it. Okay. Can I have like a potentially like strange take on this song, which is on a record that, to me, has a lot of musical misses, a lot of kind of like scrambling things like things that don't feel totally focused, even though there are individual sections and moments that I really like. We cry together in its bluntness somehow feels among the more musically coherent and successful songs on this record. Hamilton aside. Like, imagine a griselda guy on that record. Just to be on that sound. How would you feel if it was we cry together the exact same song, but it was west side gun. Instead of Kendrick. But the everything else is the same. Let's be honest. While we're on the topic, I feel like worldwide steppers is a Billy Woods record. Definitely influence stuff happening. He's listening to a lot of guys, we don't give him credit for listening to, I think. One of the things on the album is sonically, especially the first half, I thought this is some of the most interesting sounds I've heard on a major label album in the past few years. From just the transition even from the opening into the first three really, because he's got a very coherent thing going on. Who's that Hamilton? Let's really talk about that. This is not the first time that I heard somebody compare it to Hamilton. And I feel like we're using a very specific, like that is a specific shorthand. Like, yes, there is a lot of, there's a lot of live instruments happening and very earnest and emotional performances. But that can go like a hundred ways. Yeah, I wouldn't compare it to Hamilton. How do you mean it, Jeff? You mean it in the most insulting way? No, I think to me, it's like it's hard to listen to that and not feel as though it is. Like a theater production and mimicking rap versus the other way around. It doesn't feel like a skit on a rap album. It feels like an interlude in a play that's trying to be progressive. But our Kendrick albums not plays. Like, is that not kind of a motif? This guy wrote a song where he meets the lord dressed as a beggar. So yeah, he's very theatrical jittery. No, I'm honestly, I think this is Kendrick Ed is most literal and throughout the album. We were talking about father time in a second ago, and that is another song that just annoys me because it's like, at a certain point, you go from interesting metaphor about father issues to just outright saying, I have daddy issues. And I feel like that's where a lot of it ends up landing, where it's like, on top of the fact that you're already doing something a little bit on the edge of cringe with just kind of this whole theatrical vibe that he's been on. The whole thing is on the precipice of cringe. But he's like, he's trying to get quotables now. And have the whole thing be necessary again, also have people saying it outside. I don't think that this is necessarily his most rap intensive record. But some of it is like, I just want to get lines out. Obviously, the shift from butterfly to damn is there is a tertiary, more focused, more like ostensible broadly palatable packaging of the songs on damn. It's not as esoteric, musically. It's not as Spacey. It's more concentrated. This feels like we're letting all that go. That's gone. We're back in the Woods. We're doing this. I don't know if it's the psychedelics or what, but you know, like we're completely back in the Woods now. It feels like it's there, but he's trying to sabotage it. It makes me get done to you. Everything is too slow to get ahead of my last question. Save that. Save that. Do you think that Kendrick understands himself as a hyper like how important are bars to Kendrick? Like in your opinion. This man said sciatica nerve. I don't know how to feel. That's like he's like up there with the project blowed guys like that's a rascal. You get it. Shout out raz guys. Is auntie diaries nature of the threat then. Wow. I mean, okay. That is a great way to enter into the auntie diaries discourse. Obviously the way y'all feel about we cry together. I think maybe we all of us feel about auntie diaries. Is there any of the four of us riding for auntie diaries? I mean, that's where the M and M metaphor really comes home for me. It's not even a metaphor. It's just like, here's another guy trying to reclaim a word that doesn't belong to him. You've been through this cycle before, this time nobody cares to last time like Eminem had to go on and talk to Anderson Cooper. I don't see that in Kendrick's future. And so it's really funny for this record to be like, cancel culture is a big thing when you've just slid on something no rapper previous to you could ever like fascinating perspective, I think. We have no way of knowing this, but like dead naming, misgendering. Is this something that we're sensing that Kendrick knew was a thing understood what he was doing and made those choices anyway, or is this the work of someone who is not fully immersed in that discourse? I don't know. I feel like, I don't know where people get information generally, but they're still like a Main Street and people know things. And just like, considering the rest of the record where he is being inflammatory and abrasive and confrontational. I think that auntie diaries fits into that. You know, like a generous interpretation of that song is that Kendrick is talking about the ways are trying to talk about the ways in which people are introduced to queerness in ways that are still kind of like contiguous with their community. So when he talks about his uncle being confusing to his friends and him having like an explanation for that. But then I'm just like, I don't need pedantic socks. What will techniques like dance with the devil? Hamilton, mortal technique, man. This is wait, wait, do we just not like Kendrick? This is a son to prince Paul psychoanalysis, what is it if we're getting really obscure? Conceptually, although I'm more that record a more thoroughgoing coherent conceptual album than this. How about that? It can be done. To go back to your question. I mean, I like Kendrick. I just, I don't grade Kendrick on a curve. The way I think about Kendrick is like, okay, this album came out last Friday. I listened to like 5 other albums that Friday, like Kendrick is culturally like a juggernaut, but I think the mistake with Kendrick is to truly believe that he is on the mountain. And we see in this album that it's impacting his music making too, right? He has to, he has to shift the perception and I'm like, I don't have that perception. You know, just out of curiosity, what of those 6 albums total was the best album that you listened to? Quelle Chris death fame. Wow. Okay, this is. I'm not trying. All right, all right, I said that. I'm gonna go get my backpack. My backpack's in the other room. I'm just gonna go get it. I've got like some super backpack, right? That was just like in that particular crop. Everyone in here is coming off the way. We've name checked all the towels. We've really done it. That's absolutely true. Like the backpack card is valid for 5 years after this episode of the podcast. We are all allowed at tramps and SOBs. We can go reopen trails in our south. We're good. I'll get back to SOB someday. Yeah, someday. Yeah, shout out junior, Sean on my God junior. All right, let's.

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"kendrick" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

04:17 min | 4 months ago

"kendrick" Discussed on Popcast

"The social justice narratives in the music, you know? Let me ask this question because this is something that's been on my mind. When you think of imagery and presentation, one of the things that's always been the case with Kendrick is you almost present as kind of an ascetic. Certainly when you contrast him with the other stars of the era, whether it's Drake, I mean, obviously coal is a complicated figure, but in that troika, I think Kendrick scans as the ascetic. Do you think that part of the moral valence of that is really what has formed the narrative around him that people see Kendrick as an anti or a resistor to some other dominant narrative through lines in the genre? He seems to be staging an anti career. He's not been he's been the least present that you could possibly be in that station. In the station of a person trying to put hits through on the radio every now and then or sell a lot of records. He's been a ghost and this is like kind of the coming back to explain why I haven't been here and then get back to it kind of record I feel like I feel like Kendrick and Eminem have a very similar appeal to a very similar this is the people nuclear skeptic. We could literally end the show. We can end the show at that take. Not for nothing. There's something to be said for the way that he sort of gets really crazy about cadences and stuff. Oh yeah. To that point, we opened the show. We were listening to savior at the beginning of the show. And I think that really doesn't captivate some of the themes that we're talking about and also this cadence thing that both Jeff and Craig are bringing up. You want to expand on that a little bit, like talk to me a little bit about this evil Janice, this evil two headed Janice of rap gods. Well, I mean, he even nonstop a lot. But I feel like in kind of what you described Craig of there's this sort of hip hop fan that is anti whatever is the kind of mainstream of what rap music looks like. And I think to a lot of people, that's your drinks. That's your Kanye is whatever. And both Eminem and Kendrick sort of traffic in this mistrust of narrative mistrust of the government. I feel like there's something bigger going on even when he kind of switches into that country cadence. I'm like, Kendrick knows low key that this is going to hit for like a certain Chet Hanks kind of got. There's definitely there's definitely a lot of there's a couple of moments on that record where he's like trying to poke a specific type of guy. And I think it's funny. That, you know, that you would think that that would be the audience. I mean, white people love Kendrick. But that's what I'm saying, but do you think that that's an accurate apprehension of his audience? He dropped the black of the berry on their heads and they ate it. They still consider it to be one of the best albums, so like what really is there to push back against is how I feel. This also came up in Charles Holmes piece for the ringer, shout out Charles, where he talked a lot about this, especially, you know, going back to butterfly especially. Kendrick kind of finding his way through grappling with his relationship with white fans and also white women on this album. This is something that he returns to on at least two, maybe three songs. Does it feel like this is a person who is now second guessing the audience that has found him over the last few years? It definitely has like the Atlanta seasons like now we are going to talk a lot perhaps too much about the white gaze thing going on. There's an awareness of who could be listening and what they might get from it that's like I feel like the least essential stuff on the record because I don't know there's just so much more that's fascinating than like whatever percentage of the percentage of people who are going to listen to the thing and be mad. Like whoever this is we're probably going to be talking about this Grammy time next year like what's really the smoke? Steven, what do you make of the conversations about family on this.

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"kendrick" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

07:42 min | 4 months ago

"kendrick" Discussed on Popcast

"I am your host John jura Monica. CC. Wait a minute. Then I can say lavish. I tell the whole truth from a to Z we're talking Kendrick today. We have an incredible squad. I want to open by saying I was emailing with Craig Jenkins, who's here with us, and Craig told me earlier this week that he did all the eckhart reading before getting into the Kendrick album. And I had to be honest and say that I did. Well, I did a bit. But yeah, I mean, it's a lot to read. But I put in a lot of checks. I did not do the eckhart reading, but in preparation for this. I busted out a new earth awakening to your life's purpose, who among us has not had an eckhart toll phase. Certainly I have mine started last weekend. And Kendrick's been on a mission, apparently for a few years. So my opening salvo, that was a quote. And to be honest, as I get older, I do find that non resistance is, in fact, the enlightened path. So go off eckhart, I guess. We have a big talk today. Like I said, Craig Jenkins here, music critic at vulture, and also we haven't had Craig on since he was a finalist for the 2021 Pulitzer Prize in criticism. Thank you. Hello, Craig. What's up? Jeffy haza is here from Rolling Stone, senior editor Rolex stone. What's up Jeff? Hello hello. Back back 9 months after dropping a Rihanna rocky baby on the Drake cast. Now the baby is here and Jeff is back. We appreciate it. You can use drew's in. He has risen, real talk. And rounding it out, Stephen kearse is here. Steven is a contributing editor at the nation and writes for pitchfork and others. Hello, Stephen. Hello, happy to be here. It's my first time. I know, pumped. Everybody here reviewed the Kendrick album. And I will say three out of four rap critics agree, Kendrick is, quote, fallible on this record. When you read, when you read all of our views, that word does come up. And obviously part of the reason that comes up is because we are living, but there's two things. One part of it is Kendrick specific, one part of it is, I think, the era that we are in. Kendrick, I think, is often mistaken as a Paragon of moral virtue by really dedicated fans. I think sometimes that presentation is imposed upon him, and we are also in a time, whether it's Kendrick, Beyoncé, Rihanna, Taylor, where certain stars are elevated to this kind of infallible place. And yet here is Kendrick on this album, mister morale in the big steppers is 5th album. Very, very pointedly shaking off anyone's desire for him to be infallible. Craig, were you struck by that? Because coming off of butterfly and damn, which are both extraordinarily confident records in different ways, this really does feel like a pivot thematically and tonally. You know, he's telling us a lot of stuff that we already knew about it. We already knew that he was not your perfect rapper and that kind of a lot of that smoke was foisted on him. And he felt really weird about it. It's always kind of been in the margins, but it's never been like peppered the album the way that it does this one. Jeff, what do you think about that? Because I feel like Craig's right in the sense that Kendrick lets people know that he goes through things or lets people know that he does feel fallible in a way, but I feel like that's never defined his narrative. Well, yeah, and it's always been a bit odd to me as a Kendrick skeptic. I guess you could call it where this whole time I've been one of those people who's like, I would never say Kendrick Lamar is a bad rapper. You know, that's a horrible dumb thing to say. But it sounds like it's like the idea of calling him anything other than the greatest rapper for the past decade or whatever. This felt like the sin in front of so many people. And so I feel like to me it's always been really obvious and it's like even in the work he's not trying very hard to even see much more than how fallible he is. And something I was thinking about in terms of this review was going back to swimming pools and how when that song came out, you know, there's so much critical adoration around how he turned alcoholism into this metaphor that you could dance to. And I always think back on that, we really convinced ourselves sometimes Kendrick specifically that he's the first person to have come up with an idea. Right, or the first person to have wrapped with certain cadences, the first person, like one of the things that I always find strange about the Kendrick narrative is obviously if you look at the long arc of Los Angeles underground hip hop dating back to the 90s, there's a bounty of rappers. Project blowed scene, freestyle fellowship, et cetera there are people who wrapped in the specific way that Kendrick raps. And but I think sometimes generationally, that stuff gets totally lost. So I think there are a lot of fans for whom I think Kendrick really is, the gateway into that kind of artistry. And it's hard to like untether those folks, I think, sometimes from that idea. Stephen, what do you make of Kendrick in terms of personal politics on this record? And do you feel that there's a shift in how he's representing himself versus what he was doing on damn and butterfly? I don't think there's a shift, I think there's a tonal switch. There's more emphasis on things, but even just going back to section 80 on absolute outro, he said, he says, I'm not the next pop star, I'm not the next socially conscious rapper. I'm Kendrick Lamar. And I wrap over dope beats. And I mean, he's definitely pushing back against his decade really from good kid mad city to this record where he has, I mean, he has improved as an artist, but the expectations have really grown. And I think this record is almost like, I don't want to say a tantrum because that sounds messy, but it's kind of interesting. But it's like stage that way. It's like, hey, you need to back up off me. And it's kind of abrasive if you weren't expecting it, but it is consistent with who he's been, I think. Let me ask this, who put this on Kendrick? Because if Kendrick is far back, as you say, as section 80 was saying, I am not this guy. Who put this on Kendrick? Because he clearly feels put upon. This is on smoke though, like, this is the guy who, after the Mike Brown thing happened, was like, you know, we've really got to care about the community also ourselves if we expect anybody else to. This is a guy who made the black of the very so it's not that all this stuff has been foisted on him with regard to the history of the kind of rapper that he is. There's a lot of people who are involved in hip hop right now who are interested in this stuff. Who were not around in 2007 listening to the stuff. So like anytime the history goes missing, it's that. There are people who got in to Kanye 5 albums ago, two hours ago. Everyone just doesn't have the same attitude. That's why I'm always bringing stuff up, trying to dig into the history, call them a 90s rapper, would love to have heard a conversation between Kendrick and prodigy or Kendrick and rizza. That's the type of guy that I see him as. But you know, so the moralist thing has always been there. You know, and maybe he gets really quiet for a long time and that sort of legend grows. But he's definitely killing a monster that he created on this album. I feel like, in part, as we're responsible, but where do we get those inklings from except from doing.

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"kendrick" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

08:04 min | 4 months ago

"kendrick" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"But we are supposed to encompass not only Kendrick and members of his family, but as you mentioned, Steven, R. Kelly as well. There's mentioned that we're supposed to extend that same sort of forgiveness to even known abusers. And so it's interesting that you came away from it feeling conflicted, like that was Kendrick's attempt, but I think I heard a lot of places where he was trying to draw really tidy conclusions when I don't think those conclusions are necessary. I felt the same way. When I listened to it, it felt to me like a therapy session. And therapy sessions are like that where, especially when you get into weeks of therapy, where the first few conversations are a little dicey, you don't really want to open up and talk about what you're going through. But then by the midway point, you reach an aha moment and you start to lean into that. Then by the end, that's when you have this breakthrough where your therapist, if they're a good therapist, they do a good job of steering you towards that aha moment. And you can almost kind of feel yourself spiral like, oh, right, that's what's going on. And so when I heard the song mother, I sober, it just felt like that manifesto to me where, you know, he's talking about this mother. He's talking about Whitney. Whitney has part Whitney's partner, right? There's a lust for nature that I failed to mention insecurities that I project sleeping with other women when he's hurt. The pure soul I know. I found her in the kitchen asking God what did I lose myself? You can't it be forgiven, broke me down. She looked me in my eyes. Is there an addiction? I said no, but this time I lied. And I also kind of got from him some sort of like gifted child syndrome going where it's like you've been told you've been gifted your whole life and no matter what you do, people think you're always going to be in the right and your cousins and whomever else are going to be in the wrong. I identified with that and I picked that up pretty quickly. So it definitely wasn't supposed to be like this neat record, but at the same time, I think he's also sort of hampered by what he's done in the past. So like when you think of Kendrick Lamar, you know, classics, right? You think about section 80, you're thinking about good kid, super butterfly, damn, which one of Pulitzer. And then he's coming with this one. And I don't think he has it quite all figured out. And I don't think he's supposed to because he's an artist. But at the same time, I totally agree with Christina's point where I feel like he was trying to get us to forgive some people who quite honestly, maybe shouldn't be forgiven. He kind of came off like he has something to hide or something to protect as a result. Yeah, you both have alluded to this batch of songs right near the end of the record where he's trying to grapple with some of these larger issues, right? Like you've got this string of tracks. You've got auntie diaries, which is kind of about his own transphobia and homophobia, and then that is segueing into the song's mister morale and mother, where he's kind of trying to wrap his head around the way black trauma gets passed down through generations. But I think you're right, it almost feels like making excuses for some really, really bad behavior. I'd also be noted here that he's got the rapper Kodak black, appearing throughout this record and Kodak black has faced legal troubles, including asexual assault charge, clearly Kendrick is kind of trying to make this larger point about people contain multitudes. People contain contradictions, not everybody is 100% good or a 100% bad. His wrangling with so called kind of cancel culture that he's talking about throughout this record, I don't think that's really reaching any particularly satisfying conclusion at all and kind of contributes to that thorny Ness that we're talking about. Yeah, I think so it's pretty early on that he first brings up the discussions of cancel culture, specifically he says, what the is cancel culture on the second track N95. Say what I want to write you niggas. I'm like Oprah God. I treat you practice like I'm ditto what you own it all oh you were by the critic that ain't gonna call bitch that was the first moment in the album where I felt myself sort of like tense up and bristle a little bit because that's when I immediately started to consider, I guess, like how Kendrick's position on the world has changed. So obviously there are very few folks who can relate to how he's been sort of uplifted in this culture. I mean, there's very few others who can say he won a Pulitzer, and so on that same token has been upheld as sort of like a role model of sorts, particularly in the hip hop space. But when I hear the words cancel culture, I feel like it's urging us to immediately take sympathy to those who have enough power to rebound from all their transcriptions as opposed to like holding powerful people accountable. I think that may be the part in the album that was most, I guess unsettling to me because I think at this point, especially after having read Marcus's book, the butterfly effect, you came away from damn thinking for all the times that he's explored fame and how isolating fame could be, you still came away with the sense that he was in touch with the people and can still speak to them and their concerns to an extent. But I'm wondering what Marcus thinks of all that. Yeah, yeah, you know what? I was thinking the same thing when I was listening to the record. There were certain people who maybe didn't feel the book because it wasn't reaching, you know? Because that's the tendency with a lot of Kendrick music where it's like, they equate it to like a Jordan Peele movie where. Okay, the picture is hanging in this frame at a certain angle because it's a deeper meaning. And at the same time, right? So it's like, ultimately, it's like, no, if you listen to his music, he puts it all out there. He's a guy who still dealing with trauma. You don't just shake off getting shot at, you know? And watching people die. And that's essentially what it was. And so to hear it all come through on this record, admittedly I did, I was like, oh, okay. I was right. We love that for you. Which is fine a takeaway, isn't it? Christina will tell you, that's a very rare instance where I'll do a self flex or whatever, but it was like, okay, that feels good. But at the same time, I feel like the isolation hasn't done him many favors. Like he said on the record, he already has been socially distant. He's already isolated. And when you reach the level of fame, that Kendra cast, you can't really go and experience life, right? You can't just go outside and be inspired by some things. And so ultimately what this record sort of range true to me among other things was that he's a guy who maybe is being hampered by this isolation that has also been good for business. Because he shrouded in mystery and with every calendar year, we're wondering when he's going to come back when he's going to come back. But as a result, I feel like maybe his thinking hasn't evolved to the point where it possibly needs to be. And quite honestly, when I listen to it, I kind of had some visions of Dave Chappelle a little bit, right? So it's the same deal where, okay, Dave is just kind of on the farm in Ohio. You can't really experience what everybody else is experiencing. And so as a result, you still have the same thoughts that you had, maybe at 2017, 2016, and you want to get back to these good old days. But at the same time, the world has moved on to other things. How do you still be for the people and how to use the evolve while remaining yourself? And he even touches on that on the album too, where he's just like, you know, I choose me. I'm looking inward. I can't save anybody else. And so among other things, that's what the record sort of came off to me as is the guy who, okay, I'm in therapy now. I'm a father now. Here are my thoughts on these different things. And no matter how messy they are, here's where I'm at, taking a leave in. Yeah, I actually wanted to touch on the song save you a little bit because there's a 22nd clip of that song where he manages to weave this whole little pocket narrative around COVID and then talk about.

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Democrat Caller: Biden's Doing Good so Far Giving to Ukraine

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:23 min | 6 months ago

Democrat Caller: Biden's Doing Good so Far Giving to Ukraine

"President Biden doing so far? How's he doing this week? I think he's doing good. I mean, you know, they're giving them all of their own, where most of the equipment that they need. Ukraine is giving them the business, running them out of all of their faith. I mean, their city. Wait a minute. Wait a minute, wait, wait, excuse me, what does Biden have to do with what Ukraine is doing to push back against the Russians? Do you think Biden is involved in it? How would he get the weapons? How are they getting the weapons? Do you think Biden's delivering the weapons to Ukraine? Kendrick. Come on, man. Biden, Biden, Biden gave them the money to get that. They get in the weapons from somewhere else. Yeah, they're getting them from somewhere. How about the three things he said didn't occur about will respond to a chemical weapon in kind and the troops are going to Ukraine and we ought to overthrow the Putin out of you overthrown and then he said those three things didn't happen. Does that concern you, Kendrick? I mean, you know, it's almost like the man can't live there and get a break. He said one gap. One guy. And you're a completely girl. I got you. I mean, come on. You can't, you can't seriously think the man go see everything that's completely honest. No, no, that's true. He's got a lot on his plate. Yes, that's true. We're on this thing in the same thing about dimension that stand off. Right, right. So

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Jones throws 2 TD passes, Patriots roll past Titans 36-13

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 11 months ago

Jones throws 2 TD passes, Patriots roll past Titans 36-13

"Mac Jones helped the patriots topple the AFC's number one seed in a thirty six to thirteen route of the Titans Jones threw for a career best three hundred ten yards and a pair of touchdowns to lead New England two eight six straight wins Jones says it's his receivers who deserve all the credit the guys getting open they've done a good job with all year and it's just getting the ball in stride and throwing it to the right guy and we just got to continue to improve on that Kendrick Bourne caught a pair of TV's for the eight and four patriots Dontrell Hilliard rushed for a career high one hundred thirty one yards including a sixty eight yard touchdown late in the first half Tennessee has dropped two straight to head into the bye at eight and four Geffen Coolbaugh Foxboro Massachusetts

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Dre, Snoop, Eminem, Blige, Lamar to perform at Super Bowl

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Dre, Snoop, Eminem, Blige, Lamar to perform at Super Bowl

"The orders for the Super Bowl halftime show have been named thank top heavy production at this year's Superbowl halftime show that's because the NFL and roc nation say the line up will include some heavy use in the hip hop world with doctor dray Snoop Dogg Eminem and Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar all performing at the game which will be held at so five stadium in Inglewood California that's a shout out for Snoop gray and Lamar all of whom are California natives in a statement dresses during the Superbowl halftime show and to do it in his own backyard no less will be one of the biggest throws of his career the Superbowl returns to the Los Angeles area for the first time since nineteen ninety three I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"kendrick" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

Mocha Minutes

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"kendrick" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

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"kendrick" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

Mocha Minutes

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"kendrick" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

"Haven't heard of you ever meeting weeks fullest. I've been this. Is this kinder's here. He so i have to come back. Because we're at the lovely midseason points of the real housewives of potomac. It came fast. It's very it's been only eight episodes. Well you know what i think. Tonight's rony will be episode. Seventeen so i guess doing the short seeds. I don't know man. Ronin was one the like the heavier scenes like twenty episode kinda like atlanta county. Kinda head. Cut down a little bit too. But maybe during this time. I've maybe i'll just gonna pull out everything we can cause i'm like we had to live. I'm like i'm all about it so sidebar so when the trailer came out yo it came out the day that bravo content creators when instagram side. The have a day of silence. So i i just painted kendrick participated in was unbelievable. It was organized between a few different. Podcasts tom and kicks from dumpster dab on that pod Donnie quinn and anthony. Also getting out was to reaffirm. What else is going on got amanda from. It's all happening ono. Rabbo netanyahu name.

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"kendrick" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

Mocha Minutes

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"kendrick" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

"That's the church announcements and we can get started but The voice did. Y'all y'all notice is my is my. This is The women you know what. I gotta pause. I'm not positive. I'm just saying i'm pausing. Because this man has rebranded his whole podcast and because date in does indeed. Because i was like you may like the wired i am. I wonder why i didn't have probably he. Greek branded okay. Granted his stuff. He has a new intro. He has new podcast. he has new podcast logo. I mean how else let me let me know. Let me tell you something. Vague the pants. Have you doing this. Because you agnes my. I'm awful but i have kendrick of the before me. And you see the housewives to cast and now it has rebranded.

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"kendrick" Discussed on The Breaks

The Breaks

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"kendrick" Discussed on The Breaks

"Of course. We got a lot of music news to cover tonight. Of course the drake and kinda thing is still apparently thing and of course other stupid shenanigans from rappers. Another musicians but a bright note kindergar- mosque book yes from the abyss basically and said that you know he is working on new music. He will be releasing soon. He can go months months at a time without a phone. Which i respect is also a lotta easy when you know everybody that you care about is probably directly on your household and also. The biggest bombshell of his speech was this will be his his last coming out and we'll be his last album on top dog which i don't think she'd come to a surprise to anybody because we kinda heard that rumor last year year before that that he started a company. Pg lang with day frey who have previously left And they were going to become business. Partners and kids was gonna folk. They were going to focus on managing and working with kindred cousin from chicago. Baby king with that wasn't confirmed but the confirmation the we got the confirmation that he is leaving. Td which i mean. I guess. I guess it's yes. He did all he could. He felt he did all he could do underneath that umbrella. And that's what top dog and Say the guy that runs a top Punch punch that's what. They both said that the goal was always to help develop Create artist so they can move on and build their own brands. Don't continue their own legacies. But they're still family. And kim said in a statement like you know we're still family like i just moving on to another part of my career and topdog said it best kinder's already made history like there's nothing really else for him to do here. The man has a pulitzer pulitzer pulitzer pulitzer bullets. Have you pronounced a pulitzer. I one thing. I've always respected kinder's catering is definitely one of the artists. Who in between albums. He he goes radio. Silent man the granted you don't have to do. They're like drake doesn't do greg dozens features and you know one off songs. So that's fine. Catering really reminds me the old artists back today. We didn't know what they were doing it between atoms until a single drop exactly so it was dope to see that but it is good. It is interesting to see where it goes from here. I personally right now. Don't see kendrick as being an executive. But i'm pretty sure people back in the late nineties would have said the same thing about j. j. running nothing so it's goes. I don't see him jumping into the executive row right off back after this album. But i can't see coming down the line It was refreshing to hear from it. Blew my theory of him. Retiring out the water and my i looked at kendrick have retired. He didn't really see anything else he could do. You say the man has has a pulitzer you know. He's only rapper with that. Like what really. What else can you do. He has grammy's. I mean you can do is go for e. got franks but it's you know it's good to you know hear from him in a lot of a lot of times now when it comes to releases hype lead up to adams. It's kind of in my opinion very convoluted and just just messy and noisy like okay. What's going on here is coming out now coming. You're talking about gandhi. And it's not coming out like whatever they and push pushback certify loverboy all security pop up say. Hey i'm coming moving on from top dog the way to what you hit song and all the all of those antics pushing back today in all of this waiting for somebody to drop a day he. I'm talking talking about cayenne drake. Because i believe is what they're doing. That's never really been kindred kindred drops a day is coming day and how you need to know look.

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"kendrick" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"kendrick" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

"What kind of a. it's it's a. Let's let's officially get into the podcast and you can choose since you are drinking wednesday. My why would welcome to this edition of roman presented by handle. I'm your host clifton alongside. Richard jefferson channing. Frye and you see right there. when don't you see him. He's the one in olympic perk kendrick. Perkins i would argue that. These are probably the three most easily willing. Chill hilarious debatable. People that she'll ever come across. No i believe that. I am yes percent so you will agree with. You only works through that. I'm not a debatable person..

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Proof of Guilt

Scuba Shack Radio

07:49 min | 1 year ago

Proof of Guilt

"It's time for another installment of sea hunt. It's still alive here on scuba shack radio. In this time we are headed back to season two for episodes. Thirty three titled proof of guilt which premiered exactly sixty two years ago today on august sixteenth. Nineteen fifty-nine in this episode. Mike is in the hawaiian islands where he is working for. A manufacturing company testing out underwater motion picture and television cameras in the opening scene. He is diving with huge film camera. The plankton is up cutting visibility but is also bringing in fish and the man eating sharks we see a number of white tip circling and they're getting closer and closer as mike sees their cold is they're getting too close for comfort so mike decides to head to the shallows when he gets to the pierre he sees a note under water on the slate that says come up. Mike tells us that there is greater threats up there than the sharks when he gets out of the water. Mike is met by lieutenant. Dave cal cal. Coa of the honolulu police department he asks why the new while dave says it wasn't from him. The camera moves to a woman who says it was from her. her name. is sandra otani or sandy. She says she put the no down. There you see. She owns now lua island where she grows. Cultured pearls offshore. Someone is stealing her pearls. And she needs. Mike's mike's help and his cameras to get the evidence that dave needs to arrest them might tell sandy that he won't give her the camera as they only go with him. Sandy smiles until mike's that she wants to go with the cameras that might smooth operator. The scene now shifts to the beach on sandy's island where both sandy and mike are gearing up to assure dive out to the pearl beds. Sandy shows mike the pearl beds in his getting angry underwater as she finds the broken oyster shells as they are walking out of the water. Mike tell sandy that it is the perfect place for scuba. Hit and run. Sandy tells mike that some of the pros have been growing for thirty years. Mike her exactly how they cultivate the pearls. Sandy says that it's a secret that came with her father from japan but since they won't but since she won't tell them the secret should make it up to them with the best dinner he ever had now. The next morning mike is ready to set a trap for the pro robbers. He's hiding in the rocks with a pair of binoculars in his full scuba rig looking for any suspicious activity. He spots a boat but he doesn't see the divers go into the water on the other side of the boat. He does however see their bubbles and heads out with his camera to catch them in the act at the pro beds. Mike hides behind a rock with the cameras. The divers approach as they start to rob the beds. Mike starts to film but he gets careless. He says the sound of the camera alerts. The divers wanted a bad guy circles around in surprises. Mike they get into a fight. The other bad guy grabs the camera and pulls out the film now while the underwater fight is going on. Sandy was watching from the beach and she suspects trouble and his racing to the pro beds with her boat. The bad guys rip mics regulator out of his mouth but as they are scared off by the sound of sandy's boat. Mike is left helpless. Miraculously mike doesn't drown he recovers we see some eagle raising the background as he heads to the surface he's blowing bubbles all the way up we now see the camera resting on the bottom. Mike struggles back on. The boat is gasping for air. A sandy asks him if he is all right in the next scene. Now we see mike lying on a chair. Sandy's giving him not some tea. He says he doesn't want anymore and starts to work on a plan to catch the bad guys lieutenant dave. Sandy says she wants to let them have the pearls. Because they're not worth mike's life. But mike says it's not about the pearls anymore. It's a personal grudge. He needs dave's help to put them on tv now. Mike is going to use the underwater television camera to catch the. The's he shows. Dave how it's going to work as he pans across the island. Just mike points to camera towards dave in. Sandi dave says hey look at the prettiest girl in blue island has sandy strikes. Oppose the camera. And she says she's the only girl on lulu island as mike looks to take off underwater. Sandy gives him a big kiss for luck. And mike says he's never had any better luck back underwater with the tv camera. Mike is waiting for all three villains as they are. Now jumping in the water to steal the pearls but this time one of them has a spear gun. Mike has the tv camera pointed at the pro beds. But there's a problem. The bad guys are coming from the wrong direction and they're not on tv. The ambush mike. Who's only hope is to move maneuver them into the frame of a camera. Chaos prevails as they fight and slash at one. another finally might get them to the pearl beds. The spear gun is fired and strikes the bed. Fortunately sandy is watching and as yells to dave look at this cast off now. The cops are headed to the fight during the fight. Mike's left arm is slashed but he continues fighting pulling a regulator out of one of the bad guys. Mouth just then. He sees the to hawaiian police officers free diving or swimming trucks. And says they look like angels with the odds now even justice prevails and the bad guys lose again in the final scene near back on the shore of an allure island. Mike's arms bandage. Dave asks in the. He needs a ride back to honolulu. Sandy tells dave that mike is going to be on vacation. Dave says the sandy. Nobody likes a cop. Sandy says she will give him the best testimonial but also gives mike. Another big kiss to which mike replies that is the best testimonial in my life. I'm not exactly sure where this episode was filmed for the top side scenes but it sure does look like hawaii however you never know when it comes to television or the movies. The part of sandy was played by nobu mccarthy and kendrick played lieutenant dave calcutta and here's one final interesting tidbit. This episode was remade in the nineteen eighty-seven version of sea hunt and it was titled pearl beds. And just so you know. I'm still trying to get my hands on that. One thousand nine hundred eighty seven series with ron ely. Maybe someday

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Tokyo Olympics: US Pole Vault Champion, Sam Kendricks, Tests Positive for COVID-19

The Boxer Show

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Tokyo Olympics: US Pole Vault Champion, Sam Kendricks, Tests Positive for COVID-19

"At the 2016 Olympics in Rio and pole vaulter Sam Kendrick. Came to Japan with his sights set on gold. Well, now he's tested positive for Covid Dr Richard Budget, the medical and scientific director for the International Olympic Committee. It's tough for any athlete when they're sick in the lead up to this major event, and on top of that, if it happens to be covid 19 You end up in an isolation hotel, which is really hard to track and field events start on Saturday, but Sam Kendricks is out of this year's Olympics. Jim Ryan ABC News Tokyo Meanwhile, it was another successful

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Leon Bridges Is Reinvented on New "Gold-Diggers Sound" Album

All Songs Considered

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Leon Bridges Is Reinvented on New "Gold-Diggers Sound" Album

"Bridges. The album is called. gold digger. Sound the song we're hearing from. It is called motorbike and joining us to talk about this when his radio milwaukee's tariq moody hatred. Hey robyn how you doing all right. The bridges has had such a classic vintage sound over. the years. You know really comes from a different era and on this new album. It still has roots in the past but he kind of mixes it up a bit. Yeah it's a. It's a slight departure. Little more on the Kind of the modern rb sound instead of the traditional rb sound so he spent two years jam nap this place called gold diggers bar hotel and recording studio off the fame Santa monica boulevard in los angeles for less about two years and basically he created a whole new kind of modern. Sam i think that's because of its collaborations. Terrace martin who's best known jazz artis and composer producer. But he's best known for working for artists like kendrick lamar among others robert glass spor- so you hear their Their influences on the album. Yeah he has been on an incredible run of collaborations. Robert glassberg ten smart. You mentioned he's also worked with krung been casey. Musk graves. dip the avalanches. And i don't know maybe maybe it was inevitable that he would head more in this direction. It's not a huge departure. But he does slip into a more contemporary sound very comfortably managing to get like eight. Oh eight drum machines to sit next two horns and strings

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"kendrick" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"kendrick" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

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"kendrick" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"kendrick" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

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"kendrick" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"kendrick" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

"Investigation around it in two thousand thirteen seventeen year old kendrick johnson was a junior at lowndes. High in valdosta georgia. He was a hurdler power forward and basketball and something called a safety in football. Which i'm going to go ahead and assume is not someone who stands on the sidelines of football game goes. This is a super dangerous sport. Please be.

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The  Death of Kendrick Johnson

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

01:54 min | 1 year ago

The Death of Kendrick Johnson

"On the morning of january eleventh. Jackie was at her son. School probably hoping he had just spent the night at a friend's house and his phone died and his friends phone died and his friends. Parents phone died and then all the phones on the block died. Because you would tell yourself anything to not think the worst and then you do whatever you can to find them at eight thirty a. m. jackie was in the school guidance. Counselors office at that same moment in the gym. A student was walking on top of a row of rolled up gym mats that were lined up vertically against the wall. Each matt stood almost seven feet high and three feet across making a sort of makeshift walkway. Why anyone was allowed to walk on a seven foot. High vertical rolled up. Jemat is anyone's guess. But in one of the matt's the students saw what looked like feet wearing hanes socks. She called some friends over and when they saw what she saw. One of them screamed lowndes. High head athletic trainer philip pipe. Low and one of the other coaches ran across the gym. Push the mat over on its side and a male's body tumbled out along with blood and vomit pipe blow-back away. The other coach told the students to leave the job at that moment. Back in the guidance counselors office. The phone rang the volume may have been tad too high because coming from the other end. Jackie could clearly hear someone say. They found a body in the gym. The guidance counselor rushed out of the room and jackie sat there probably frozen in terror because in that moment she just knew that body was the body of her son. Kendrick when police. Ems arrived on the scene. They confirmed that the body and the matt was indeed. That of kendrick. Johnson

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Bucks beat Heat 122-108, maintain bid for East's No. 2 seed

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Bucks beat Heat 122-108, maintain bid for East's No. 2 seed

"Khris Middleton I bring Forbes scored twenty one points a piece in the box one twenty to one await victory over the heat drew holiday added twenty points and ten assists for the box in what could be a first round preview Kendrick Nunn provided a season high thirty one points for the heat who were without leading scorer Jimmy Butler due to lower back tightness the win allowed Milwaukee to stay alive in the battle with the nets for the number two seed in the east the bucs will get the second seed with a win at Chicago on Sunday at a Brooklyn lost to the Cavaliers I'm the ferry

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J. Cole Releasing New Album, 'The Off-Season', Next Week

The Breakfast Club

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

J. Cole Releasing New Album, 'The Off-Season', Next Week

"Get ready for a new j cole album. His sixth studio album is expected to come out next friday on may fourteenth he posted just know. This was years in the making my new album. The offseason available everywhere may fourteen. Alex site he has opposed the cover. Artwork let the rugged showed at is not a roman that is an absolute fact. Okay called be out on the fourteenth. I'm looking forward to it. I mean you know. J cole is one of the leaders of the new school especially over the past decade. When you talk about the new three headed monster to me is kendrick. Call is drake's yeah. I'm always interested to hear new music from coal.

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"kendrick" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"kendrick" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"Hey everyone we're back Thanks for joining us again. Don't forget to check us out on how to with gusts dot com. You can also find us at Thirty one digital news You're you're actually joining us in the studio today. You can find us on sounder. Fm or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts and go to man's cape dot com and put into code gusts farrah get twenty percent off and free shipping on it products. That that they sell and help you know. Every part of what they saw goes to help testicular cancer so go to manscaping dot com and check out all the great products. So we were talking with. Bob kendrick were back now. So marnie go ahead. I know you had a question for you. What your mom said is true. What you don't know you don't know so you know my grandfather always say information is currency so if you can inform all you know everybody out there about you know the Rapid museum for sure but about some of the sacrifices and hardships that the players were going through. I mean look anytime you say. I'm gonna go become a professional athlete. People are like. Oh yeah sure right. Okay good batch and then when you add in truly time of what was going on and joining league that no one really truly paying attention to you know when it first started so just amazing and i love you can certainly educate us and on in the museum. What do you think when people when people come to the museum. What is their initial reaction. I i know that they're surprise. Donated know certain things what would you say the takeaway when people leave you hit the nail right on the head. They marnie are amazed what they look. They really are because this is an amazing piece of baseball americana that most of us went through. Our formal education without knowing is not in the pages of american history book so there was no chance for us to learn this so this is a brand new history for the majority of the people who come to visit the major league baseball museum and yes they are absolutely blown away or what they they are. Maize are what they learn and to be quite frank guys they leave a little bit dismayed by the fact that just now had an opportunity to learn this. Why didn't i know this when i was in school. You really do you leave questioning. Why didn't i know this answer is really simple. American historians did us all a tremendous. Disservice kept us wonderful chapter baseball at americana away from us and so it was almost like it didn't happen and we're here. It tell you not only did it happen. It happened in granted ios acid. And so yeah. It's an amazing place where you literally walk out of here. Cheering the power of the human spirit to persevere in prevent so it's nothing sad or somber about this story. I do think people expect that it will be because we know that. This story is anchored against the backdrop of american segregation. A horrible chapter in this country as as always remind people is the story here is out of segregation. Rose is wonderful story of triumph in conquest. And it's all based on one small simple principle. You won't let me play with you in just create a league amount. I love that i love. I love the lotus flower. Because it really does bloom through all this like. It's hard to you know load. This really has resilience and then it blows through the the swamp the vase of wherever it is negative his score. Or how did that happen. Well you know wanted to it really have mission to be part of something and again created its own routes and adult legacy and then bloomed iso. I was excited to share with the sherry with gusts. 'cause i know were truly the gatekeeper of heart on in history. That talk about the that got us. Is pittsburgh guy talking about your city. I've gotten getting ready to ask you buy me that history lesson on the pittsburgh crawford's oh man your city does we're talking had as much black baseball history as in and it goes back even prior to the crawford's to the legendary homestead grace. Yes got theirs right down the road from pittsburgh. The homestead grays came into existence in one thousand nine hundred fifty nine hundred. Fifteen through a guy named cumberland posey and cumberland. Posey is a name that people probably don't know but should know because competent posey hose distinction of being into sports major sports halls of fame. Come and bo might be the best basketball player in this country at one point nine and he's into basketball hall of fame in springfield and he's also in the national baseball hall of fame in cooperstown bills that homestead grays team and to one of the greatest baseball franchise is not in black baseball history but in baseball history. And then gus greenlee creates the pittsburgh crawford's and you almost had them a civil war in between those two story franchises and man they were going after each other and gus greenlee had a lot of money. And you know cumberland. Posey had come into money and they were taking each other players and forth and so they were jumping ship but the fan base in pittsburgh they were getting to see some of the best baseball ever played and a stop. How we're talking shooter star power. That was there in pittsburgh. Black baseball history. When you start talking about between both teams josh gibson. Smokey joe williams coup papa. Bail satchel paid bulk leonard. You know willie foster ted double duty radcliffe. I mean the names of megastars who call at pittsburgh area home at one point in time and then the he'll the he'll was dumped. Oh yeah that he'll was dumping. And so yes. Pittsburgh clays such a prevalent role in this story and while the cropper's were shortly they didn't have a long long shelf life. The homestead grays would become one of the greatest baseball franchises again. I'm black baseball history but in baseball history at one point one nine consecutive opinions negro league world series and then they would eventually lead the pittsburgh area and relocate to dc at another one of your one of your other stopping grounds and so they were playing at griffith stadium in white see and they were outdrawing. The washington senators while filling up the ballpark yet. They were filling up the ballpark. But yet your neck of the woods man has always seen great black baseball. Of course you have disparate currier there which was essentially the african american usa. Today it was a pittsburgh based paper but it was a national paper really brought this to life. You know that whole scene.

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Bogdanovich, Collins lead injury-depleted Hawks past Heat

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Bogdanovich, Collins lead injury-depleted Hawks past Heat

"Bakhtin Bogdanovich scored twenty one points and John Collins added twenty for the injury depleted hawks as they surprise the heat one eighteen one oh three Atlanta got a combined forty seven points from backups Brandon Goodwin develop culinary and Lou Williams while leading scorer Trae young an NBA rebounding leader Clint capella sat out with injuries the hawks won for the tenth time in their last twelve games against Eastern Conference opponents and for the tenth time thirteen overall Kendrick Nunn led the heat with twenty one points thanks to five three pointers I'm Dave Ferrie

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Bam! Adebayo's jumper lifts Heat past Nets, 109-107

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Bam! Adebayo's jumper lifts Heat past Nets, 109-107

"Them at a bio drained a thirteen footer as time expired to give the heat a one oh nine one oh seven victory over the nets and a by who finished with twenty one points fifteen boards for Miami which trailed by six in the final minutes before closing that I tend to run or drag each chipped in eighteen points in Kendrick Nunn added seventeen as the heat ended a three game losing streak Landry Shannon had thirty points for Brooklyn and Kyra Irving scored twenty for the nets who lost Kevin Durant early in the game with a left eye contusion the outcome drops in its one and a half games behind the east leading seventy Sixers I'm the ferry

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Kendra Wilkinson on Holly Madison Rehashing Their Feud: 'Dude... It's 2021'

Daily Pop

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Kendra Wilkinson on Holly Madison Rehashing Their Feud: 'Dude... It's 2021'

"Sex drugs and plenty of back. Seven are the latest claims. Holly madison is making about her playboy mansion past highly spill. Whole pot of tea on the call. Her daddy podcast. An even one. After her former friend kendra. I love that you called kendra out in kenya's book she had said like and then i moved in. And you're like hold on you. Don't get to act better than us like hold on. You have to you how to sleep with him before like i'm not trying to like slut shaming but it's just like nobody ever got asked to move in unless they had slept with him kendrick lapsed back at holly on the emas instagram. Page reading dude. It's twenty twenty one with a laughing emoji. She also wrote times have changed. I forgive and kids to love and focus on

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Top 10 players signed by Patriots

Strong Opinion Sports

05:48 min | 1 year ago

Top 10 players signed by Patriots

"Talk about the Patriots. The the Patriots grabbed everybody's attention by making move after move after move after move. Like we're watching it over agency going off. How many people are going to bring in its kind of unbelievable how many starters they've added? And so I count they added ten players that I think are very very significant to their team next year. In fact, I would say pretty clearly the Patriots are back and a lot of people saw this coming, you know, but they are going to be a force in the NFL next year here is my list my nerdy list of the ten players the top players. They added that are very significant to their roster next year. The first two are massive. It will reshape the entire Patriots offense. They added two tight ends Johnny Smith and Ed Hunter Henry. To Johnny Smith signed from Tennessee. He signed a four year deal worth up to fifty million dollars. That's Thirty one point two five million dollars guaranteed and he's only twenty-four years old. So that's Monday. That's a really gigantic Marquis franchise player. He cited the reason why it came to New England is cuz he loves Bill Belichick. He's got great respect for him. And I want to point out of all the everybody I'm about to talk about these shows to be in New England Bill Belichick got his kind of guys who sought out New England wanted to be there and wanted to work hard and win a Superbowl. I think it matters. It's very very exciting. These are not with Josh Gordon's or what's the other example Phillip Dorsett who they made a move for and they're not really like that. You think they fit they don't work out know. These are guys who all chose to be in New England who wanted to win a Superbowl. I really want to win a Superbowl. These guys went out of their way to be New England now the other tight and they brought in With twenty-six-year-old tight end Hunter Henry from the LA Chargers got a three-year deal twenty-five million dollars guaranteed. It's worth up to thirty seven point five million dollars total if he meets all those incentives. They also added two wide receivers the Patriots brought in Nelson agholor to a you got a two year twenty six million dollar contract East twelve years old. Now a lot of people do not like this move and I I get it Nelson agholor is not the most flashy player in the NFL but I think if it's very well with Cam Newton, he's good at he's not going up and getting the ball. He's got good hands did some stuff of the Raiders that I think deserves your attention go watch what he did with the Raiders and I just I'm like, huh a lot of good plays. Okay. I understand. I see the potential Bill Belichick and the Patriots would see and Nelson agholor go will give the guy a good contract, especially considering the Patriots have like our desolate at wide receiver. They need help. They got home. Who is awesome but he can't do everything by himself from the slot. They have n'keal Harry who n'keal Harry. I I think he's going to pop. I think he's going to progress and keep getting better. But she's not a number one right now. So on top of the page where it's also added Kendrick Bourne guy from my local area actually went to Eastern Washington University 25 years old. He's coming from the San Francisco 49ers. He got a three year deal worth twenty two point five million dollars. Now another thing the Patriots did they also added they signed Center Ted carriages and they traded for tackle Trent Brown. So this is the new Patriots offense right now. They've receivers Nelson agholor, Julian Edelman Kendrick born and kill hair is its own nuclear Aguilera. I'm doing my best. It's a hard game to say. They also have Sony Michelle running backs for any receivers Sony Michelle at running back and improved offensive line. Cam Newton at quarterback who I get why people doubt Cam? He's a former NFL MVP and with when you put cams Talent with a lot of weapons including two outstanding tight ends Hunter Henry Smith, right man. I'll tell you what I look at the Patriots offense and think two things immediately number one. Everything is going to run through their brand new Titans. Their entire offense now is probably going to drive down the seams of the field right up the middle. They're going to use our tents heavily lot of play-action again. I am scheme wise things will look a lot like the page words did back in the day when they had drunk and Aaron Hernandez together to start tight ends. Now number two. I feel very very confident with Cam Newton as the Patriots quarterback and it surprised me but I want to remind you that two years ago. Tom Brady was the page word starting quarterback and did basically nothing and the reason was there were no weapons there. He kept running into the same brick wall. His receivers weren't good enough. So, how can I think you and I would both agree. I like Cam Newton Tom Brady's a better quarterback than Cam Newton. So my point is if Tom Brady couldn't make it work with New England's roster. How was Cam Newton supposed to succeed? He was set up to fail will now Cam Newton's being given weapons is being set up to do. Well, I'm excited man. He's a former NFL MVP, he's hungry. I I personally believe Cam Newton's going to have an awesome year and it really is going to make extended one-year deal with like it was like three and a half million dollars with a bunch of incentives. I honestly think we're gonna look back at his contract at the end of next year and go. Can you believe the deal they got on Camden he played so well for no money. I really think he's he's a guy who can didn't play well enough wage. Last year to earn a new gigantic contract. So he's going to have to show what he can do this year and maybe earn more money next year but I think cam is poised to do very very well and make a lot of money and win a lot of games in New England

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William Shakespeare Ditched by Woke Teachers Over 'Misogyny, Racism'

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:03 min | 1 year ago

William Shakespeare Ditched by Woke Teachers Over 'Misogyny, Racism'

"So Amanda McGregor, she has why teachers were continuing to include Shakespeare in their classrooms. And that's how this whole bowl is shit started rolling. It only takes one voice, doesn't always take an angry mob, one bitch like her. And she argued that Shakespeare's works are full of problematic outdated ideas with plenty of misogyny, racism, homophobia, classism, anti semitism, and get this one, misogyny. I never heard of that word. It's a fancy one, but it essentially means hatred of black women, misogynoir. Oh. Is that so? Will he hated black chicks? I had no idea about this. I don't know. Look, I don't know what to say except Romeo and Juliet sounds like a great title. I don't think it would have been as popular if he named it Kendrick and ravonna. Doesn't have the same ring to it. Amanda

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Heat hold off depleted Lakers 96-94 in NBA Finals rematch

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Heat hold off depleted Lakers 96-94 in NBA Finals rematch

"In their first meeting since last season's NBA finals but he defeated the Lakers ninety six to ninety four the Lakers nearly forced overtime but Alex Caruso Mister twenty two foot shot at the buzzer Kendrick Nunn scored twenty seven points in the Miami win on our floor was one of my fingerprints on the game whether that's offensively or defensively and tonight US that the office of the got a couple of blocks on the fourth quarter I was pretty huge Jimmy Butler added twenty four points Lakers led by Kyle Kuzma with twenty three lebron James shot only seven for twenty one and finished with nineteen mark Myers Los Angeles

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Jazz beat Heat 112-94 for seventh straight victory

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Jazz beat Heat 112-94 for seventh straight victory

"The jets have continued their torrid stretch by blowing through the heat one twelve ninety four Donovan Mitchell scored twenty six points in Utah's second straight victory and eighteenth in its last nineteen boy about Danovich added nineteen points for the jazz who've turned to foreign for start into a league best twenty two one five record Utah's Rudy go bear delivered sixteen points twelve rebounds and three blocks the jazz took the lead with a fourteen run in the first half then scored sixteen straight starting the second half to go up sixty three forty two Kendrick Nunn scored twenty points to lead Miami I'm Dave Ferrie

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"kendrick" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

On with Mario Interviews

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"kendrick" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

"I had gone with Mario. Lopez Moral Lopez hotline is. Lighten up joining me now on the phone from the new movie trolls. World tour. The very talented a Kendrick. Show Anna how are you are you? How are you? I'm doing well I'm doing well. You know trying to hold up here in self-isolation Ironically busier than ever. What about yourself? How's this affected all your projects? Are you still having meetings? Or is everything on pause No I mean I'm not like you know I'm not shooting anything obviously but You know I guess to speak folks like you as far as promoting trolls but I'm kind of I'm kind of okay. You know I'm normally kind of a workaholic and I feel like you know. This is a really serious situation. We're all in and like there's no part of me I can feel guilty You know being shooting something right now. So that's my tiny tiny silver lining. Yeah no I feel the same speaking of your new movie trolls world tour which were very excited about over here. Akasa Lopez my we went to the premier. The I it and it was one of the first times my my dog. I just had my daughter and my son news the red carpet. So it's always very special trolls to us and I believe she got to ask you and just in questions and so it's it's. We're very excited and obviously theaters being closed. How can People Watch Yeah so the team that remark universal you know. They decided they didn't want to They WanNa way and You know release the movie later on. They wanted to make sure that people could see it now and they wanted to make sure the people could do that while they're staying safe and saying home So I'm I was so overwhelmed and really like proud. Everybody's doing what? I'm sure it was really difficult to like. Still last minute to figure out a way to get a movie that was supposed to only now being released in theaters to get it available to be streamed into your home So I if you the through this. They're working out all the different kinds of platforms. Get it from so if you go to watch DOT COM. There's a bunch of options for you to figure out how best to get it If you WANNA watch it I'm like so glad that people can be in their house. Stay safe and have something to entertain them. Salsa Kitty is and it's obviously like such a positive movie so much about joy and happiness and celebrating diversity and all these different kinds of music. And I'm just really happy that We're going to be able to get it the kids you know because I'm sure being second side is not easy And it's like some small tiny thing that I I hope that they can look forward to were very much looking forward to it and and it's coming at the perfect time your character. You play the Queen of the pop. Trolls is is at your favorite John of Genre of music and life I know this because the movies all about the good friend. All these different kinds of music you know rock Funk classical techno I mean I like I like Pop Music. I'm not afraid to say it And And I love you know playing playing the queen of the pop trolls. Because you know in the first of was the princess and now she's the queen so she's kind of like Taking a leadership role but Yeah I I mean I'm. I'm really glad that the movie has so much. I'm all these different genres. No I love that the soundtrack. I'm sure it's going to be dope and I saw the video. I don't slack from the soundtrack. It's pretty funny. Justin just impact basically giving you for Don Flak is like we shot. It's like a month and a half ago. I mean the beginning or mid February and you know we had no idea what was going to be Going on in the world and It's like I'm trapped in my house and Justin Timberlake and Anderson pack or like the content of video was the that they're putting on like a private concert for me just in my living room and I'm like tracking the house. I don't WANNA smile and they're trying to cheer me up and to have fun in spite of myself. So the video was like weirdly very timely. Very cute that actually your home. Rosset said it was like somebody's House WanNa just like I listen. I've made movies I've made I understand like actors and crew their animal's not not coming into my house. The new qube services out now and you gotta show in the works. It's a comedy called dummy right. What can you tell us about So dummy is about Totally something totally different It's a I don't know how how family oriented your audience. So I'm going to say it's about.

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