21 Burst results for "Lari"
"lari" Discussed on AoS Coach
"Either. A do i blow out the round times and do i have a really long day. That goes for like ten hours or be even longer than ten hours. If you average cleaner could be two and a half hour game we fifteen minutes of deployment. I've seen some people running events now which are three hours and fifteen minutes per round said he had that if throw lari downs plus lunch you looking at a twelve hour day You know one of the reasons. I like to provide lunch within my ticket. And i like to sit. My train is like can compress my times because one. I don't need to give you an owl for lunch. Because social on and he gets thirty minutes. You don't have to worry about finding lunch sorted sorted and to to with the round times if it's if it's at ten fifteen minutes of trying to set up terrain and roll up in the mysterious landscapes rules that's done that's ten more minutes of game time you'll have to rush. That's my logic. That's how.
"lari" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb
"Where did you come up with the idea to write a book so it actually started about seven years ago. head a lot of people schoolmistress. Especially because i do a lot of motivational speaking in k. Through twelve schools universities and conferences all country regarding bullying autism. And i was doing a presentation at a high school or middle school. Excuse me in mcculloch county michigan. After i got done i was talking to the administration the principal the principal said to me. Hey have you ever thought about writing the book. I was like nausea. My schedule so busy right now. I'm on the road at most five days a week. Going to different towns States like only know. If i would have time to do it in. They said we should really consider it. Because you know our students only get maybe one fourth year life story. I be incredible. They heard your whole life story. Just tell them even more stories about what you've been doing you grew up. You know how how parents kids lots of see things differently now other than seen you on stage and it really take your motivational speaking career to a level you never thought can go to so i was like okay. I'll think about it and so So in the spring two thousand eighteen. I started talking to people. And that's when it really started to really get my head more and more about okay. Maybe i should do this. I think it's time and so one of the free free press writers in detroit. Chris lari who covers michigan state football basketball. He's be brightest them and chris. Nine issue talked about doing the book together. But then chris crisci. The job is the head beat writer for the free time and so chris didn't have time to do it so i was like. Okay well i need to think of something and so so middle school. My middle school researcher teacher on suzanne. So shout out to her. She introduced me to her husband's cousin. She said you should talk to rob rob case because you know. He was journalism grad from michigan state. He's worked for magazines magazine articles. You should talk to him because he knows a lot of people in the writing community. So i sat down with. Rod talked about what wanted to do. And he's like well. I would love to write a with you. And so that's why partnership started so not even like a month. After we talked we sat down. We get about five interviews are about two three hours each the rest of the history. We got done writing the book fall. Twenty eight team. We sign with our agent joe. Perry Perry literally inc out of new york and then in summer last year. Twenty twenty was silent. precedent now. Here we are september. Seven the release date from my book centered and so i'm just super excited but it was a lot of people love people get my in my ear about it but it also took me some time to think about okay. Should i do it. But when i really taught my mom and my dad about what i should do just an courage and for them to go. You know you've talked about it all these years. It's time to do it and so but like i. It was that support system and my support system really pushed me to do it. My wife was really interested in me. Doing a I want my kids to be able to read that book. When they're all off and look at everything their father went through and then get done reading it. Go you know. My dad is not only the greatest attleboro. but he's also the most inspirational guy that i know it's amazing you find as you get older that the things that you go through in life when you share them with other people they're like oh it was like we're talking about autism and and and child development and you.
Salma Hayek admits Hilaria Baldwin's Spanish act fooled her
"Salma hayek played alec. Baldwin's love interest on thirty rock for a little while. And there's a lot of rumors that he was into salma in real life and like tried to get with her and people were saying that lari was kind of like this low budge. What's the word like a dupe for salma. Hayek because he couldn't get the real thing. Yeah beside- besides saw mike. So that's why. I find selma commenting on this. Particularly noteworthy and quotes are incredible. So she said this when she was on. Andy cohen's i. I'm sorry i don't remember. It was his podcast or watch. What happens live. But i think her quotes are incredible and very understanding. Probably more understanding than i would be if some was just straight up appropriating. My culture like but again. I can't put myself in her shoes. I would have no idea what that would feel like. But this is what she said. We all lie a little bit. She makes my friend happy. She fooled me because she's such a good mother. She has five kids. And you know. I don't care it makes me feel proud. That people are inspired. I think she's smart to to be spanish. We're cool you know. We all create our own character in life. I mean this might be extreme okay. But i don't care she's not a bad person she's a good person a good mother a good wife. She my friend happy. She's very kind to me. And that's all i care about. I'm sorry i don't mean to portray hurt anybody's feelings. And i don't know if it's right or if it's wrong i'm not gonna judge somebody just because of that one thing.
Salma Hayek on Hilaria Baldwin's Spanish heritage scandal
"It has been too long since we've talked about hilaria baldwin aka fake spanish. Mom married to alec baldwin. Really i stand by being being my favorite pop. Culture story of twenty twenty just brought me so much joy now. I am so shocked. That salma hayek actually commented on this. So salma hayek played alec. Baldwin's love interest on thirty rock for a little while. And there's a lot of rumors that he was into salma in real life and like tried to get with her and people were saying that lari was kind of like this low budge. What's the word like a dupe for salma. Hayek because he couldn't get the real thing. Yeah beside- besides saw mike. So that's why. I find selma commenting on this. Particularly noteworthy and quotes are incredible. So she said this when she was on. Andy cohen's i. I'm sorry i don't remember. It was his podcast or watch. What happens live. But i think her quotes are incredible and very understanding. Probably more understanding than i would be if some was just straight up appropriating. My culture like but again. I can't put myself in her shoes. I would have no idea what that would feel like. But this is what she said. We all lie a little bit. She makes my friend happy. She fooled me because she's such a good mother. She has five kids. And you know. I don't care it makes me feel proud. That people are inspired. I think she's smart to to be spanish. We're cool you know. We all create our own character in life. I mean this might be extreme okay. But i don't care she's not a bad person she's a good person a good mother a good wife. She my friend happy. She's very kind to me. And that's all i care about. I'm sorry i don't mean to portray hurt anybody's feelings. And i don't know if it's right or if it's wrong i'm not gonna judge somebody just because of that one thing. Well first off. I had to say she is really right about spanish. People being cool. I wish i had been born as a spanish person. I love spain. Really i mean again. I'm like choose only been to like three cities in spain now. That sounds obnoxious. I was gonna make well. I'm that but she's only been like barcelona and then i'm like wait. I've been to madrid and sons. Boss john too. I can't just. I just i've been a visa to fuck i sound. I sound awful okay. I love spain period. If i ever do get married. Or if i just throw myself and elaborate party which i am prone to do It will be in spain. Everyone likes talk about italy in a little italy leading. No spain where it's for me. It's my favorite country. So bottom line. Salma hayek is right spanish people or coal period
"lari" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Yeah. Football Friday and we're mostly football centric today, but Billy Donovan era tips off tonight. What do you know about that? Yeah, I mean, it's preseason. It's preseason basketball, not that excited about it and expose basketball. So I'm already not that excited of it, but it's gonna be interesting to see what ends up happening. You would think there's a new attitude, a new atmosphere. What? See what the bulls have the offer. Then count got a professional coach that works anything. So we'll see what happens. Maybe they start moving in right directions if we get Lari Market and back. What's he all about? Well, there's also a new voice of bulls basketball on TV. This year, the great Neil Funk decided to hang them up. Adam Amine is going to be calling Bulls games. And he's one of our great friends. I mean, look at him is a star in this business. A long time of ESPN and his moving over to Fox will be doing bulls games was an intern here, way back in the day. We love him, and he joins us now on the corner hotline on ESPN, 1000 and the ESPN Chicago APP. Adam, what up? What's going on, Boy? It is good to hear your voice is good to hear your voice, My man it Zen Bs. Bulls season. Can you believe it? Got shocking, right? It's already here. I mean, you know that feels like the season just wrapped up a couple of months ago because this season just wrapped up a couple of months ago, he was jumping right back. I mean, it really was in a blink that I mean, it does feel like just yesterday that the Lakers were celebrating that championship and now they're about the Get things going there. Look, there are a lot of changes were made Adam. I mean, you know it as well as anybody. They really, truly overhauled. You know, You've got a new structure your front office. You got a new coach, mostly new assistants. I mean, he brought in his guys. And while you might not have been my first choice, I do recognize that Bill is a very good coach in a very professional coach. So what should we expect to see from this team? Yeah, I think it's a fascinating experiment, right? Because we don't We don't see the roster overhaul like a lot of you know, organizations have you know New free agents come in big trade superstar signs. And there's all this buzz surrounding the team and this year for this particular group because of what the last couple of years looked like it really feels like a real transition, despite most of the same faces actually playing On the floor. So it's one of those fascinating experiments where you get to see exactly what a core group a similar group of personnel looks like with new management, and you don't always get that the MBA because it's Typically much easier to bring somebody in or more often than not. You're bringing somebody in his players, so I think it's fascinating. I agree with you. I think the professionalism just feels different. That's not a knock on the previous front office. I think it's a credit to the current one. It just feels a little bit different. There's energy, there's life. And I think it'll be fun to watch. A developmental head Coach in Billy Donovan has done a great job of that in his career in the MBA with a lot of younger guys with a lot of Hall of Fame players, the mix of that try to manage this roster. I think it'll be interesting was a K in Billy. I mean, are they just keeping an eye on how the first few months? Go and see? OK? We like this guy, this guy and this guy and yeah, maybe we have a star on Lowry. And don't Come to the trade deadline and have a better idea of what they want The future of their team toe look like they just kind of feeling things out for the next couple of months. I think that's what this kind of next two months, three months stretch really is going into whatever the trade deadline is, I I I'm also trying to temper my own expectations. Right. And if you're a fan get pumped up, like, enjoy it. Enjoy being excited about a pre season game, you know, or door Don't That's fine, too like I'm okay with how you perceive the year. I'm trying to temper my own expectations for what the front office is going to do. I'm trying to temper expectations on what it's gonna look like because I don't wanna feel overly invested in year one of the post bubble, you know, half golden era. I don't want to put too much stock and adjust the first year with all of this front office change, especially because the personnel's a lot Lot similar to what it was last year. You know, you guys know this. There wasn't a part of cap space this year. No thought of pork contract. 28 mil, You know, 28 mil. Naturally, that's gonna you know, eat into your possibilities of doing anything. So, Yeah. These first few months experiment will lineups experiment with starters. See who Pitching a rotation. What's your best five? What's your most athletic five? What's your best defensive five? And I think that's kind of how you have to take these first handful of games. And you know your 1st 10 15 20 games. That's what it's gonna be A lot of How they gonna do this? I mean, what's the fear for all the travel and there we see what's happening in college basketball, Adam like, Are they gonna be able to pull this off? We going to see a lot of cancelations like what do you expect? We were we were on with, you know the schedulers and some of the MBA. You know people the other day, and you know they laid out the schedule for us, and it's very.
"lari" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"Oh Creep Kelly grinds eight one eight my weed man and always Russell ball this entire movement and everybody fucks with us. You know what I mean. it an easy doing what we're doing it. I mean because a lot of people don't believe in what we're doing but we believe in what the fuck we're doing and we don't really need anybody to fuck in hand us anything or give a semicolon. So you know what I mean. Shut up to the homeless. Who fucking all the down and are and are moving forward with this movement dope dope cake at this time. I'm going to go get shots so Johnny Boy Gordon but to come Ronnie shout out to Doboy Tony for coming lobby the G. or be here Much love much respect to Santa Ana. I heard the best buddies are. Sanam and not without was from that was given to me from sinful from the Mexican. So simple. If you're watching me you can go out there and maker around on Samana fucking money's because when accomplish Chernow's save our lives whatever I'm GonNa go ahead and get my grandmom but other than that? Let me go ahead. And give a shout out to John motherfucking Elkins once again Jama. The fuckin- was on the phone with Joey exotic trying to get him on and Joe Exotic Carol Baskets and be here thought that Bitchy won't come home so we're going to try and not get her because she's been emailing us so our her pitchers Husband and she's GonNa confess what she did so on the radio but JOE exotic will be on and if you believe me Europe and so anyways other than that John motherfucking will come out with his Anal Bleach stripper glitter stripper body. Spring Mortensen come on John. The PUCK AND ELKINS DOT COM Digi media could. You could follow him photographer. He helped us film this documentary. My brother Ruben. His birthday just pattern and give them a British and British Ruben Alvarez. Everybody knows them into hood has bowl. Oscars the swing on anybody. Muslims count is because he helps me promoters any because he's my son and if you don't mind when he can bring that kick for me please and I was given. I don't know what you'll call a buster look. Okay now I was given this. I'm about to open it up to open it up. Okay I'M GONNA go ahead and open and also bear with me and Oh my. Gosh you spoke museum show that. Oh God what is the state? It says? Happy Birthday Twenty eight. A wizard look district conscious right there. Bam let me go director. Guess we'RE GONNA gain a couple of calories tonight. My guest bless me but other than that the documentary Peoria Md. Twenty the Promo Code to receive a twenty percent off the documentary that you're pointing coupon but other than that you know what Go Download my mix tapes thirty bucks for all four of them on the one two other than that. I don't know what the fuck out sick I got a little blood condition and it's their fault okay. So once again I'd say ability g okay. Everybody Length B.'s magazine. Seen Mancha's much love must respect. See You Sunday if you will with the Godfather of West Coast g funk and we OUGHTA here..
"lari" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"Okay can I count the bars? You know what I mean and so I write. I write a rap and matched my rap. That rat when the breakdown finished and I was like all right. I got a verse okay. Later on when I was in the studio. And now's working with engineers and producers they reaffirmed that for me and I was like a you know like my blend this right in there. Like yeah you're doing it correctly. You know that's how you do it. That's what you're supposed to do with Muslim. All right cool nomination so. I never sweated that park not me and I really trip too much on that part and once I knew that I was you know doing a rider that I was doing. What else supposedly doing this. I got lyrics that I haven't even made songs too. You know what I mean. I got stacks and stacks of lyrics that I haven't even performed okay. Okay and a wind at your first single drop Cinco de Mayo. I believe of last year when I first album draw gutter made okay my first official album. I could say that that I worked on an took seriously like really pull time money and effort into it. Okay now before. Dowden had dropped any kind of demos on the street for people to kind of get a feel for you. Yeah I would and when you drop those if you will they'll devils or CD's or tapes CDs antics. What was the response that you got back? People always told me I keep doing what you're doing should tie your should go along. I mean like you need to take it serious fucking wrong. You're not I mean because the people that were Tom that they knew what kind of lifestyle that I was living you know what I mean and there would be like with folks doing Mila for we focus on the rap shit. You know what I mean. I like you know mob mentality towards like are likely to drop ship off our can I really take. I mean because like nobody really trying to take no Mexican serious and fucking open the doors for no Mexicans. You know what I mean like. Don't nobody WANNA see no Mexican wrapping. You know what I mean like like it's in our culture like you know what I mean. It's not really a senator sometimes looked down upon. You know what I mean. Because they feel that were imitating something. That's not us. You know what I mean. And it's like you know what I mean when you're like born here and you're like I gopher Gopro taking a little you know like I said I'm a first generation and I mean so that's what that's what I was raised on. It's to me. It's it's part of my culture and rap has been part of my culture. You know what I mean and it's what I grew up on so when people say should like that. It's like you know what you want me to do. Fucking where am ideology sue and zinc rancher? Charles you know what I mean. That's not a part of your life. I mean I'll probably be Mexican and I mean to the fullest book. You know when it comes to you know what I mean. What really moves me and what? I'm really passionate about. It's it's hip hop it's rap and folk in west coast rap. You know what I mean. That's that's what I feel like like. I bought the body of the type of style music that I do. Is that West Coast rat though Bob West Coast hip hop you know rap. Yeah Okay and when you dropped that first album of last year if I'm current gutter made how many songs on that album eight songs okay. It's always more like the EP. Sort of AP Okay and a widening gutter made. I mean I know. It's pretty much self explanatory. But I want you to share while gutter made is something that I created longtime ago on their own the rights to I have my own. Llc I'm CEO of good made car so excuse me gutter made like pretty much in two words. Like explains who I am and where I come from. I mean I come from the gutter. You know what I mean. So that's that's why I made I made in the gutter everything I know our knowledge that carry everything on passionate about the friendships and relationships and everything that I've made over the years. It comes from that stunt from the garden you know what I mean gutter being. Saana the city where I was born and raised y. You know some people might say this to that. Because that's what I grew up around. You know what I mean. And that's what it is to me. That's what I represent. I represent everybody that comes from the gutter. You know what I mean. Because that's what I am I'm GONNA made. Okay go to make now when debt dropped. What was the response on that while you know like I? I don't expect it to be like a worldwide like fee. Nom everybody's talking about me. Now I mean. Of course you know I mean everything takes its time you know what I mean. So from the people in the in the crowds that I know that I messed with a positive reactions. Okay men and it's like I feel like it's still doing. Its thing you know what I mean. It still blossoming. You know what I mean like. I dropped last year in And it's still you know like a lot of people are still watching the videos that I dropped for the songs on those albums and those videos are doing good in the songs are still doing good and they're still a lot of people who are discovering Lottie. Gee is you know. A lot of people. Don't even know who I am yet. You know but you know everything takes time now. Let me ask you this well before I ask you this. Next question One thing that I can appreciate about today. Today's artists. I'm not a rapid. I consider myself a deejay producer and director my first documentary here. So and now a podcast. Her I guess so mighty resist that. I can truly appreciate about today's music. Is that a lot of people do visuals for pretty much. Every song release. Yeah I really liked it so I wanNA encourage encourage you now. Nuba also doboy to continue to give us a visuals. It's because we're spoiled these days bro. Yeah according to Visuals help sell it. Not only that but like we got fucking instagram facebook. Other shit like back in the vegetables were Husky. Not of the trunks. Show up to shows you how to like show up if you want to blow you know what I mean. And it's our spoiled who have social media we have all these digital platforms and not in. It's like you know and I understand our party. Life the people before it upsets them. But you know what I mean. It's like that's just hard is you know. What can we do to technology advanced like if it was a nerd times and they had those things in the palm of their hands at their time. They would've took advantage of a to move on now. My question to you is. How did the name Lottie the G. of how did that come about while my last name's ladies took Allah our? Is remove the s. It's Lodhi a lot of people like to say. Larry Larry motherfuckers its lobby. You know what I mean. It's Lottie Gee if you speaking Spanish you speak Spanish you know what I mean. It's lot g you know what I mean. They know what you mean. Now they know. Don't come you Larry. No more motherfuckers and Yeah you know a lot of the g you know what I mean. I didn't want to be one of those guys. That was you know being called like snoopy droop eared. You know something like that. You know what I mean. And no no disrespect to anybody who does have those sort of top names or whatever. You nothing but I did want to do that. I wanted to represent my last name. That's who I am. You know what I mean. That's what I represent. I represent the west coast after that. You know what I mean. The I'm from a neighborhood that's in southern California. We're going to be banging my hood on every song you know what I mean because I really love hip hop you know what I mean and hip hop. That's not what hip hop is to me. You know what I mean to me. Hip Hop is hip hop. You Got Lyrics. You got rhymes or not. You know what I mean. And that's what it is to me. You know what I mean. Everybody else could do whatever they want you not. I mean I'm a represent what I represent a come from where I come from and Just because I don't say certain things my raps doesn't mean that you know what I mean. I haven't lived certain beans or or I haven't been exposed to a certain type of lifestyle you know what I mean Dope Dope now before lot of the G. The job will have a rapper named like did you revealed the bigger lights call myself days. Let Me Call Myself Days. And then it just didn't work and you just came with a lot of the mob was always at knob before. Laudi Jesus's name you know what I mean like. I said I didn't want to use my name. As as far as like to make shit up music and Ryan. I wanted to keep the streets. The streets and music music. You know what I mean Ron even though it's like Kinda like hard too because like I am part of the streets and I am part of music not I mean but I try to to the best of my ability. You know what I mean because like I said the streets other streets music music you know what I mean and I really feel like Like I spent bars. You know what I mean like I I I really. I studied hip hop. I live like that. It's not just some cool that I do. Because everybody's doing you know what I mean like like I said. Man I started break dancing in nineteen hundred four. You know what I mean and I never LAGOLA. I'm not break-dancing shit anymore. Once of course the first time I I seen MC spit and I seem full free styling and flowing and all that after the break and shells off far though you know what I mean and then I started hearing other. You know who Dini's and you're not going to curtis blows in all that Shit you know what I mean the folk Planet rock all that Shit in house Dan Ashes Harvey First Time. He took the stage in. How did you feel I felt confident? I wasn't nervous. You know what I'm GonNa felt like I belong here. You know what I mean now. Now the question that goes along with that it doesn't matter as far as a big or small crowd of what was the crowd. Size there.
"lari" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"East coast rappers. Doesn't matter whatever I'm GonNa say I like run DMC. Okay I like EP. Md I like big L I'M GONNA say between Jesse Nelson big. Okay what was it six six. You know what I mean. West Coast are managed to manage now. Okay to be an order. Just throw semaines. While I is Pacman CA. I know there's other artists did it before him. They're bad us then almost NWEA. You know if I manage of them than I don't have no more left so nwea then of course snoop dogg pound. And when I say dog Karabelas nee you know what I mean and and then I'm just gonNA say barrier rappers. Okay I mean because the Barrios the barrier has a lot to do with this west coast shirt you know what I mean. Yeah that's Dole. Have you gotten a chance to watch that? I'll documentary on epaulets. Are I believe. It's called hip hop origins or hip hop evolution hip hop hip hop evolution. I seen this Being that it was hip hop evolution. But it was just like music clips from like when music started and it's like every year of year in showing like what artists are group's seven years. I'm going to recommend this to you and to Doboy. You get a chance. I think that is probably different. Series now series tools or whatnot at least watch series one because that talks about cohort from the very beginning of and it really explains it very very well. Yeah I use that as a educational tool to teach kids today about hip hop even though I may think I mean no it all. I learned a lot from that affiliation. So it's always good to learn more mom. Yeah modalities white. 'cause we know what all we could never learn anything exactly so chicks. Go to impress poser. We're going to go ahead and I'll come back a ten minute break and we're GONNA get into when you first started recording me. I to performing. What could people expect from you? And hopefully when all those coronas passes we can eventually see your boss stage so go okay everybody. Once Again T. R. M. D. Twenty is the Promo Code for the documentary. Now you can get twenty percent and four bundle digital download the mixed age for thirty bucks so you can get website as well. Our t-shirts right. Now are have been taken down. But they're GONNA be back up soon. We got some cowgirls Shirts coming hoodies etc. We've got a bunch of other shit and we're going to pop up in this bottle in a little bit so you WanNa Wanna come back for a shot so once again call. Somebody takes a body slam shit out. Somebody let them know a lot of the G. It's in the motherfucking building. Hannah you in here. Welcome back everybody to porn. I mean voting radio episode. Forty seven Let me go ahead and give a quick shot. I usually give him at the end but doboy. Tony Forgot to give a shout out to sea. Mancha's much love must respect for not only ampler from all of us and also to Land Beast and to convert magazine and to everybody and Santa Ana that is tuned in all of Osi Thank you for showing love and supporting these orders. But let's get back into our interview. I usually tell people. Do not read the live chat because people like to get under people's skin. Yeah but you know what? Here's the funny part. They could only live chat. If there's a scribner's so there's a scribe to talk whatever anyway you got to keep it up because those are fucking hilarious. Somebody said keep it up you pieces of Shit. Somebody said that if you got the donate album flex so go ahead if you guys want to donate on the live chat so uppercut when the hell we're at but I pulled you a little bit of shot so hey we'll do the corona there you got it. We can't close. I'll take a little bit because I'm all fucked up Don. Julio it was a gift to me from my birthday so thank you as a good sheep. Yeah Shit I'm a fuck of it. Killed my corona virus other than that will begin into when you got out the last time you got you decided to take if you will not only your life but also your career. Seriously yes sir. Okay When you start writing taking this seriously will you again ramping to original beats instrumentals? How how did that come together? I never had the means the sources and the means to have original beads. So yeah you know of course when I first off Oughta get instrumentals from you know different artists that I like or not. I mean that I was feeling and Arapahoe those beads and then started networking and getting to know other people. Then I started to get to know our producers and no other people had beats artists who had beat up on this shooter or at work with producers life one on one on these to come up with beads liberal in an WanNa rap on this shit. You should go ahead. You know what I mean saw you. So we're GonNa take advantage of that now if you remember of. What is your mental back in the day to me that always interests me because to me. I think when people get a certain instrumental to tells me the avenue that they WanNa go to bars music. So what is dramatic? If you remember would you write to you? You got the chill Dole okay. How's the chill and a lot of West coach at some like dubs in the map circle? Okay one of the first tapes. This was back in tapes. You know what I mean number takes us throughout the like one side of the had like all the songs and you flip the tape over. And that's that site had like the instrumental to it like those those instrument on the fucking banging on wax the bloods and crips and actually was artists for and I used to. I remember the girl that was with at the time during high school. She fucking like a little a little radio and shit and I'd like double tapes and I used to play that shit but a is to put that instrumental on the first side than I used to put a blank on the fucking second side and then I used to plug the earphones in into the Mike. Nice to wrap in the left side of the ear. The earphone an ice to record myself rapping over that shit and I used to push the shit into that tape and the nicely fucking back is to listen to that. Shade occur not a man so I used to do little shit like that before I even started going onto studios course pretty much sharpening my skills. You know what I mean Messing with dictionary dictionaries. The Sarees fucking dictionaries. Just like sharpening of fucking work playing like my mind. You know doll though and up did you ever wrap up with any instrumental. Beats other than Some east coast. I know you mentioned You got the EP MD. But that was of course director more bound so that they can kind of be under the umbrella West Coast Shit but even other east coast in the East Coast. Axe that instrumentally you. While before I even started rapping over like hip hop instrumentals Al's rapping over funk instrumentals. You know what I mean like bounce rock skate downs. Rox Gabriel has a little breakdown on or Mr Groove. Yes Mr grew has like a little breakdown on. I mean after a certain time part of the song breaks into some other shit. And it's like a Birdie leg good like amount of seconds long and I I wrote a rap to that little break down and I'm a maritime. I was like a little party to. Dj Whatever the microphone and Fools were flowing nice to go in and do my little normal little thing so but when I really got into tremendous like it was many like West Coast Shit. You know what I mean. I wasn't really like are wrapping over too much. These coach Shit. I'm more like a West Coast Guy. You know what I mean. So that'll work now How long did you do that for wrapping up out of the headphone on before you decided to like any family of producer and I could take the next step you know. Yeah right before right before I went away to do my five years in prison I had these. Witless you know what I mean. He's he's he's resting in peace. You know what I mean. My shorty and I used to go to a lot of places with him where people made music whether it was DJ's producers for for some reason you know what. I mean he always kept me and mine and he always showed love. You know what I mean is like F Y. I know this over here on August person over here and now you know what I mean. I met a couple of producers. Threw him a ride before I went away and did my little time. You know I mean I met them and when I left and did my time I came out and I wanted to step back into that. I already knew where to go and reconnected with those cats then once I started making music than those cats like really didn't want to go further than like just You know doing what they were doing so I was like cool. You know what I mean. He continued doing whatever I need to do. Or cannot I mean and I've pretty much always been solo car note. I mean who is your first producer that your team though with her when you started to take this series like I'm GonNa Start Dropping Shit dern vegas okay. Yeah they're investigates and he already have a beat ready that he cut the makeup people. You hardly ever Guy. He customers every single be. He's he's he's a mastermind and honestly I feel like he's Rhonda rated and a lot of people been sleeping on them like throughout the years shelter in Vegas mine honestly like modern on this guy's the he gives you what you want. You know what I mean like you talk to them and you let them know where you want and he only creates a right there in front of you. I mean you don't eat too many to do that. You know what I mean. And he's one of the very few cats have met that does that. Okay now So you because you're per song him. Would you say that. That was the first time recording studio. Now I'd been slow studio. I mean you know what I mean. Everybody wants to call you know. Mike's a might Stein an awesome speakers and a computer a studio. You know what I mean of course but like a real rural recording studio. It was the first time that I had been to one. I had been to studios before. Just I wasn't recorded right. That's what I was asking. Ps Four hundred forty. Yeah I haven't been to other studios before in the past. Okay I mean just. I wasn't there to you know for me. Yep You're rolling with other cats you know what I mean. Yeah okay now. We started recording again with of the same thing. I ask Dole boy when you started. Sixteen bar wrapped a core sixteen. Where did you learn? You'll learn that often a piece of paper or did you have producer much Share with you win. Florida windows in wrapping up like I said like I pretty much figured out like I would listen to songs and our pretty much count. Okay can I count the bars? You know what I mean and so I write. I write a rap and matched my rap. That rat when the breakdown finished and I was like all right. I got a verse.
"lari" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"Hillbilly you know White. Hick dudes that own zoos homey. They're going in the in the book and Tiger cage and play with these tires. And you know what are you said? It's called Tiger King. I think you're talking about joy. Exciting joins OUGHTA destiny the guy in tiebreaking all. That's the name okay. I heard about the book. Matter of fact I did watch some of that Dash. It is crazy home in those more focus. Get Away with a lot on. Imagine if it was like some black or Mexican foods. I don't know those tigers in show like the fucking ice would be their. Da would be there. If I would be there Jack. You're watching this documentary and it's like nobody's even swooping up on them but like fucking one lady's husband has been missing for years and fucking never fucking see. No member again in this like what happened to this. Do they have tigers? But as soon as we have guy yours and pebbles Exactly like nine wives shoes. Yes exactly that but I I don't know a non saying but yeah I get thrown anyway other than that meant you watch anything else. You know what I like to watch. A lot of all schools should like like I like to watch like a lot of Probably the last thing that I'll watch it was on Beach Street Pastries Pastry. Spit fucking Ramel chasing them down the road tracks. Yeah Yeah I like to watch like scarface. Rea- like tombstone all old mafia movies Godfather Bronx Tale Goodfellas. That's the type of Shit Tombstone Shit on the same way with music to like I. I listen a lot of like the whole shit. You know what I mean. None wrong against like new there's a couple new rappers out there but I'm just like an old school cat. You know what I mean right right so you know what? Last night. I was watching a movie called House. A lot of people may not know it. But it's old ilise movie. I Love Eighty eight movie when we call fright night. I like to watch jaws. I liked to watch Saturday night. Fever and then I'll go up to Carlito's way watch Irishman. I haven't seen that. I'm a pretty good to check out. We'll tell me worth watching. I'm not GONNA see here. I think the narrow Pacino it's worth watching and also let me throw plugin that April tint if I'm correct Mister cartoon and step on Oreo on and come out with her documentary on Fox. Call Elliott originals are? So that's GONNA be one. I'm looking forward to watch because I watch a Lotta Shit on epaulets already and I'm starting to like okay. Pretty much watch everything. So now it's getting back to your your roots of Santana's that what you were born and raised or raise okay and you you into schools. Author added all schools everything right there. Okay what elementary school did you attend? Monroe Elementary School. Which is In the neighborhood I grew up in die dies like a small community within signed a little neighborhood. You know what I mean and indic- There's the I believe there's two others. Yeah there's twelve entries and I went to Monroe lament okay and Monroe match. That's where I was introduced to music really because they had like that acquire program and had a band program and I took advantage of both really because they had like a dad like a program like for kids called Gate. Okay and like certain kids are in that program. It's like the it was like an elective that you could choose while you were going to elementary and I chose to be involved in you know what I mean. Acquire an abandoned and Ben what instruments. You're Blake Saxophone. You good. I was pretty good. You had did. You continue ORLA. Didn't continue you wish I would have. Because it's a fucking really cool instrument you know what I'm in. Yeah Yeah and what High School Mcfadden okay McFadden. Junior high and high school. I went to because I wanNA saddleback high school. I played freshman football right there. Okay and then Then I went to juvenile hall like after Ninth Grade. And then they didn't want to send me back so. I ended up going to Cesar Chavez high school which is like a high schools it also started dye community. So that's that's why I ended up continuing my high school but I didn't graduate from the ended up getting my gd inside of Jordan Hall really. Okay what did you go to Jimmy for a bunch of different ship times? Good Times just growing on street life. That I mean guns Being on probation violations robberies. Yeah Bunch of shows that we watch the Shit that I wish you know what I mean I never got into because all it did was just only back from what it is that I really love to do which is making this music shaving now growing up in an arrest of Doboy What type of music was played at your own You know like I had two older brothers and older sister and pretty much everything that they were bump then I ended up bumping and I mean which was a lot of fog like sintas really like a funk town like a city I mean a lot of people balked Falcons on on uh so shout out to all the phone freaks on nine. Everybody like you said keeping it alive hip hop of course my brother Played like everything from like. You know what I mean Pan Iraq why? It's funny because like before I was even introduced to wrap like we used to breakdowns. Yeah All's born seventy nine okay so you know what I mean by the time. Like eighty four head. I was ready to break dancing. My older brothers and stuff like that. They used to go to like break dance competition and hard part which is Anna and different parts of Orange County in Garden Grove Irvine. They'll have like break dancing competitions and my brother would show up cardboard or whatever and we down the business. They'd be much older brothers. My sister and me we used to just pop breakdowns. And that's when like electric buggy Lou and you know what I mean beat. St Russia was coming out so it was. It was you know. Just oh it will really popping around that time because like you know hip hop was born in the seventies you know what I mean. So as a transition transition into the eighties. It's like that's what was fucking. That was the wave that was still alive. You know what I mean and maybe in a kid watching all brothers and shit like boom what they were doing what was then you know what I mean. So I mean that's how I was introduced to hip hop in the breakaway breaking crew. I was just us. You know what I mean. We're just we're pouring shit. You know what I mean like. We didn't even have like cool shoes or Kook. Like the fucking adidas jumped. Switzerland is showing up and leave is and vans and fucking a piece of cardboard in fucking underlying business. You know we were breaking bopping better than like probably the kids who had all that. Shit but you know like you know when you have the geared to go with it looks cooler you know what I mean. But we didn't the breaking minded now mostly due to break names or the other or one now a growing up like panoramic pledge arrays looking for the perfect beat now that good yeah When you started listening to hip who is some of the earliest influence? Someone's the people you. I started listening to honestly like my my brother. My brothers play a Lotta Shit. My brother used to do a little turntable. Wash it in the PAT. You know. He's spending alarm number. Have planned like within like five minutes of font like the breaks. You know what I mean like these breaks blow the message and the message was hard like those one like the first old school songs that I heard that like really went hard with lyrics. You know I mean broken legs you know to me the little story that that Little Song Tuzla. That's like a street story. And then I heard rappers deny that she was like eighteen minutes fundamentals lying so used to try to learn every single word to it. I'm fucking after that. Then the real ship him and like the Gasser should end up your way and I mean it just bro Blue. Everybody's fucking mind you not. I mean and it's like Like others Rossa like growing up here like you know. I'm first generation Mexican mafia thought. She came from while the harder going and then I was born here so like we were exposed to all of that. You know what I mean so hearing that shift for the first time like hearing somebody say like fuck the police and you know what I mean. Girls bitches them just just tearing that type of music like they didn't hold nothing back. They said whatever was on their mind and to me that was like a form of soft expression young so I was like fuck you. Mother fuckers are willing. You know what I mean. Yeah so I was like fuck. Nwea and then came all new fucking wave of west coast rappers from like allied to the bay to fucking everybody. You know what I mean and all that Shit influence me having you know what I mean. You're until this day it still does influence me because I feel. That's the type of music that I make music for that. You know what I mean for those for those artists who fucking who said fuck it and put it on the line. You know what I mean. That'll work now going back to that song the message. I remember when I first heard that song grandmaster flash and the furious by back Danny. Obviously we didn't call it Gangsta rap. We call it like street rap or reality rap. Yeah because she was real then you know I remember the first time I believe I was talking to Lonzo from the world. Class wrecking crew was here and I told them that when I first heard it's like that by run DMC. That was the first time and I was all critic club in the city of Long Beach when asked Song came on. Don't don't don't don't don't I remember those throwing up fees and saying that's why some Gangsta Shit L. D. first time I ever heard that term coined Even though they weren't talking about smoking weed and even they were talking about some gang at that time it was gangster shit. Because that's what gangsters were listening to right right right But it's funny because now we look back at it and we saw that was hard but people have to understand that during the time that she was the hardest hit outdraws. They're working without them. Really having to say all these explicit things you know what I mean right. It's just in the fashion that they did it and like I said those were those times you know what I mean but now you know you had all these other artists that came after him and after them and you're like Nah he's Ma focus right here. You know what I'm talking Shit. Yeah we're talking about growing up listening to a lot of all east coast pretty much east coast artists because that's pretty much where rap started it began there and it if you will like spray wildfire all the way over here in fifteen twenty miles. I believe it did. Some people say Cedar some people say and another of other little slums little like more ghetto areas in the Bronx. You know what I mean. It's documented as Coo fifteen twenty young dancehall. Yeah and that's where I went. I shot a little video and I actually took a picture there because to me. That's kind of like if you will wear it all began. I'd believe and it's funny because when I talked to a lot of like legends and the game or older cattle are probably sixties. Now you know they all said the same thing that when he heard it they knew this was going to take over the days. They do they do say this. They didn't know how big is going to be but they knew it will last when everybody will say it's a fad is going to be in and out and I was pretty much taken over worked taking over the world. We've got guys we got girls it. Everything has been implemented by hip hop. You know right now that we're on that subject I got a question for you regarding that yes. Do you feel that. Lhasa was always from a beginning. Part of Hip hop absolutely. I'm going to share a story with you. And when I say I include yeah everybody import Ricans Mexicans Colombian with everybody Rossa. I'M GONNA share with your story and I won't mention his because I want him to share when he comes here. He's from the Bronx okay. And he told me that cool hurric- told.
"lari" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"I want to do that. That's awesome three to do like. I'm sure I'm sure a lot of people feel the same way. I do very grateful. You know you have this platform and you're trying to help anybody you can't you know there's people that have came at me somewhat kind of crazy and have told me When are you going to interview me? When are you going to interview the first thing I tell them to meet? Your music will listen to somebody but my team will get back to you. I say that respectfully I truly do continuing continue. You will get an email. Don't worry we have to make sure that if it's our platform and it's something that we want you know because there's people that don't wrap that don't saying that don't act or don't nothing they just. WanNa come on here to share their story. I can't work with that. You gotta be doing something productive and even then there's a waiting list wait patiently your time will come does enough light and the no shine for everyone believe me. I'm not saying this and then telling people know. Just wait okay. So now having said all that off you've been dropping Johnny p Napa that you just trump and songs yes says the phones have you drops instead. Only say four. Okay okay now. Let me say this of continuing if possible to drop visuals video. Yeah that's what I'm actually working on right now. Kind of have put a pause on the music. And I'm just going to focus on visuals Right now a lot of these hard because everything going on viruses. Yeah that's what I'm trying to do. Just pushed visuals out especially off the album. Because I feel like there's a lot of songs on that album that just got swept under the rug being paid attention to make two or three so if I if I provision for just attract more attention to and that's what I'm trying to do right now. Okay now let me after this way you will. I give him the Mike for the first time. And you're about to go apostate trickle. Well you never know ninety the first time. No no well. What do you think that was? Would ask me that but I think what it is is just. I felt like if this is what I wanted to do. You know why. Why do I need a few fearful? Why should I be nervous like this is something I really wanted to continue to do? Is Make me happy if anything. It's Kinda like what sports you know like when you got to the championship game. I didn't feel nervous. It was like okay this this is you know run. That's just how I felt with the with the performance. I didn't feel nervous users like everything. I felt anxious to just get up there like fucking do my thing. And that's why I continue to feel for all my shows like I just I'm so I'm super anxious to get up there and I think is I really believe in myself to is like I really wanted to hear me and see what I would do. Okay let me tell you something to encourage you. If one day you get somewhere and there's by people give them a good show. Oh yeah okay after five or five hundred or five thousand. Perform the same way every single time. Okay because there's guys that are in this business that I know personally that if they don't see that many people can see them they won't give a shit about the show. Yeah and I've heard people social media saying someone's always fucking Wackos fucking horrible. We pay fifty bucks for these tickets and Abdul put on fucking lame ass show he and his true a Lotta guys. Here's what the mentality is money. Don't ever do that. Give the people what they want from you and they will continue to support. No yeah for sure so now. What can people expect from you as we wrapped up in the near future? I know you have to pay you want to share that. Yeah that Youtube Channel Doboy Tony you can subscribe to that. I'M GONNA be dropping more visuals on their soon on. I've got a few coming again with my boy. Darren Vegas he's going to be producing that as an IT'd be a four track. Ep IS GONNA be a little bit more More storytelling type music. A lot of people can relate to and the visuals for my father figure under a lot of people like that song. That visuals for that coming soon. And I got merchandising to to not bother bigger with us on the ball father figure. I made it because a lot of people that I have like within my family. There's people who didn't have that like that father figure and I hear stories about it and I can't relate to it because obviously you know my dad's been there for me all the time hundred percent since the get go. So what I what I made with. That song was kind of made it like the first versus. Kinda like somebody trying to criticize somebody who didn't have a father figure like saying like hey man you didn't have a father but you can't use that excuse to fucking do what you're doing you know. And the second versus that person telling him. Hey Man you know I've been going through how you gonNa tell me I can't use you an excuse. You don't know what it was like and a third versus more like an appreciation of like understand understanding. Okay yeah I understand this and I can see why I'm like this and you're not okay so I think a lot. A lot of people related to that song whether it was the same way I relate to it which is in the sense of I can. I can give a lot of props to my dad for me. Being the way and a lot of people related to it in a way off they they can see how it really affected them. Not Having a father figure okay and now let me ask you a question before you give your shots Well two questions working people other than your youtube are you on all major platforms spotify apple music on it. Okay and did you look up onto Doboy Tom? Yeah you look look from Doboy Tony Okay. Now my second question. I think I already forgot. Forgot it but it s funny. I have a Puerto Graphic memory oak period. Is What rapper today? Do you listen like people that are about your era. Not all school. But you're who listen to I live Kendrick Lower Kendrick Lamar for sure. I listened to Jake Cole and like a lot of the Dream Film Movement Joey Badass. I like Rodney richest music. Nipsy Russell rest in peace That's really about it about it that I got in my rotation coming to patrol the spot work. You like. You'RE GONNA wrap. Yeah Yeah I mean 'cause I guess the people that are labeled under it. There's a lot of artists that I do like. You know I HAVEN'T I. Can't I think there's a huge arsenal of this? I haven't got into everything but for the people that are labeled under that. Yeah there's this is like music from that's a good answer. Okay at this time anybody WANNA props to give a shuttles run. Al Sat out there Vegas shuttled curious. Entertainment Sam Avoid Lodhi South Tony. Yang's shadow Chicano rap magazine for showing some love shall Latin TV or we showing the Yemen. Forgot Everybody out there. Orange County Southern California Northern California all of California the whole west coast. Don't work that works okay Other than that. I WANNA thank you for coming and giving me the opportunity to interview and when you pull the fuck up answer my text messages around most definitely appreciate you for having me multiplying okay. Reloading once again. The Promo Code Is T. R. MD twenty and the next two weeks. You can get twenty percents off the documentary when you buy it or you can buy the four pack bundles of the mix tapes via download. So those are available for thirty bucks right now all four. Donald for thirty bucks. We're going to be enough to CDs soon so this should be about a week week and a half. It was a little bit of time for that. But other than that make sure you call. Somebody takes the body slept at Asbury. Let him know that Larry G is the mother poke and Building San Stand up? We'll be back. Welcome back everybody to Rodeo radio episode forty seven and I brought the bottle out. We're going to crack open soon so To be continued on this one here not going to drink all of it may be just a couple of shots okay. Everybody once again. Santana stand up stand up. We got lucky the G. in the building a Rodeo Radio. My brother pleasure to be here brother. Thank you for having me. Well you know what? I'm thankful that you are here. And we could have a drink and a little bit. Yeah so you know. I'm over the age of twenty one. So that'll work. You know what could come in over your house to drive. Because I'm a lately. The damp rates have been like butt naked. It was smooth. It was a Chil- nobody's out there on his bullshit does going on. So the freeways were empty and I mean we carpooled over here okay so it was a smooth ride that you know. Now let me ask you this whatever. It is going on in the news in a safe to say that everything just seems negative social media just these negative when his pretending to this virus you know sometimes we get some news that things are looking good might get better and more people are sick over here and I don't know how are you coping with all of this man on the real mindless like. I like to dig deep into things. You know what I mean. I do research I watch videos and all that and to me I duNno mine. It's hard to believe everything that that you see on the news these days. You know what I mean and you don't know if they're giving us one under like the truth you know what I mean. A lot of these things is like I. I've been watching all these different types of videos about like other knew about this disease before I even came out I mean and Japanese like all soap operas and stuff like that and You know what I mean that. They had that they had the vaccine for this already years back on that. A birdie got approved like last year and then now all of a sudden I mean this virus spreads and it's all over the news and everybody's panicky everybody's worried about toilet paper and all this bullshit. You know what I mean like. I think people just blow to where context you know what I mean. I just like everybody's just believing everything that here instead of like really doing the research and educating their minds. What's really going on. And there's been people that came out and said they caught it and it's like they're still alive. They're they're already doing good. Yeah well you know I mean. I know a lot of people get upset with me because I'm kind of a little bit on the blown out of proportion and they gave me believe that I get some hate million people get enough several meat man. You'RE GONNA take us should multiple serious. You know you do you. I do mean I'm not saying I don't believe in it but I do believe to a certain extent that is blown out of proportion not now moving on. I have to ask you because it's kind of like the number one documentary on Fox Tiger Kings. I haven't seen okay. What is it like everyone? Anna hasn't seen it. I don't know this is the first time I hear about it. What's it about for real for real? Okay I'm not gonNA say nothing but I will say this well. People say he's a really good. I always say that. Is that when you watch it? You end up leaving with like what the fuck what the fuck was it like. I think pretty entertaining doesn't time to kill it's to watch. That's what I'll say is just like some crazy like fucking zoo..
"lari" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"Because because you all but it was hard because a lot of my home as they were like their family wasn't really on that They were listening to West Kushtia. All the death roll movement in Nwea And whatever was popping at the time but so it was harder for me growing up listening to east coast music. Not Everybody could relate with me. It was like more municipal amount of time but MANCO was a huge. He's a huge graffiti. Kind of still is he's graffiti had so he was always bumping that boom bap and all that I was I was very attached to him. I have no siblings but me a monk or not that far from each other in age so it was like a big brother to me. I was always with him in his room with focus. Doing I was just there sitting listening to watching him. So he really pathetic East Coast influence on me heavy and I just round with the and you know not a not a. I'm a big East Coast head to you know. That's why I knew I had to go with. That's why courage UTICA water because it's changing now so try to go with soon as you can. Who but now after that you dropped it Did you start working immediately? Like did you continue to start working of which are working different producers? I kept working with him. Because just because at the moment I had been introduced to anybody else or And it's funny. 'cause he was mixing my shit but he really know nothing you know he was. He knew they'll things here and there that he learned picked up off of Youtube. Whatever but and shelter him. Now he's actually Dominguez Hills. You're going to musical engineering. So he wants to learn all that he loves all that behind the scenes stuff and I kept working with him and I was. I was dropping slack a song week because yeah I'll I was just anything I've listened to a bi. I've right to right away over the recorded. And then finally he he. Was You know what we should just start saving money and like anything we record to an actual engineer and yes sure enough We would go to his spot as he had. He had a cool. Mike in the US is on the solid good so we go to his spot. We would record everything but then we will go with our. We will take our checkouts and we spy downtown. Santana was by young kid. He's an engineer. He I don't know if he produces. I actually base engineer. There's a lobbyist spotted down like it's building. There's a bunch of studios down there. It's pretty cool. There's a lot of musicians. A lot of people who make music in Orange County go there so and yeah we start taking a music there. You notice are paying actually to make it sound right. Make it sound better at least so at that time you were going to resolve recording onto laptop or something. Oh Yeah. He had free Luke's program. He had the the focus writing everything. So we were. We were doing it correctly. Okay here's an important question. Who taught you about bars as far as sixteen bars? A Bar Cora's sixteen bars uniform verse or because most people that I met when they first started rapping data just wrapped all the ways. You do that well. He he actually young with okay. He told me he's like he knew too. Like the first song I wrote about the should be. That's what it was. It was just like long asper style just looking me. Whatever was on my head I was just barring out on the and and then find the we started getting more into it. He was telling me that you gotTa Structure Your Music. And I didn't know what he was talking about. The yeah you can have six in Barcelo bars. I still didn't really know what he's talking about. But he explained to more in depth to me and that's when I started destruction or music actually making like Song Songs. It wasn't just fees like songs which is neat barring out the whole way through it as a producer you have to learn bars as well. You know. I remember Much love respect Sir Jinx. He told me how to calm bars. He was like. Oh let's just say you you're GONNA do or Bar Hoop memorial major uconn. One two three four two three four three two three four four two three four. That's four bars and I said okay with you. Know so like the boom. That's one bar yet. You GotTa repeat that three more times to make it four dollars. Okay you know. I started realizing that Making music is also mass in social mass. Obviously it's more like when when it's like that more for the producer because now for a writer it's not so much matthew nauseous more listening to the be knowing when to catch and then counting the bars from their seen. How you structure your music now when when You do you write songs or do you free style or do you do both I do a little bit of both. I'm not much of a free sided. I really I'm more of a writer but yet there's Times where like if I'm in the studio and they're playing the loop in the beat then I start freestanding not everything I say makes sense but the little things that do and I like it. I take him out. I write them down and then I'll go home in wrong with that and I just the versus. Come easy to me. I can write for days especially if I've got a concept that I'm passionate about a topic that I really. I'm really feeling they comes easy Bs Howard. That's how I make my music and I'm I'm more of a person who likes to have the beat I too but I forgot the beat. I really feel it and then I can write. But there was one instance where that was different in. It was actually a song. I can never saw the home if we did that track. I win and I don't know if you've heard Darren Vegas. He was actually he worked with death row too. He was of course. Of course the dog pound and all them while we were in the studio with Darren Vegas and I told them I was like man. I got this hook written and I got this melody in my head. I don't have a beat like there was no beat is spit it for me salvages. I kept repeating the hook over and over and over and literally like what I was picturing. He just he just brought. That shit's life like the same melody and yet I was actually the first time I ever worked with someone like that. News crazy no shuttle daring. So yeah I believe I know who he is on. And that's a good producer that can hear music to your lyrics to your melody. Will I usually like to make beats I? You know right to it so now let me ask you this. How many songs do you have now? Total debut release. Maybe since you've been rapid 'cause I know you said you were releasing a song a week. Yeah how long did you do that for before he together EP or album or one of our before. I was doing that before polite. That whom I think. I was like sixteen or seventeen songs. Ochre yeah okay. Not a lot of those fifteen or sixteen songs. What was your the one? You got the most response back like like you got props for remember the name of that. Song. Yeah it was. Actually my song called me okay. It's a it's A. It's a funk sample. Can I think people from my CD's On heavy really find on on all platforms. You can find us on our platform through okay. Final word and so like now. You're you start recording in a studio Do you plan to eventual EP album single. Or what is your your game plan Well when I got linked up with Darren it was just for a single again You know he was really fucking with me so we decided you know. Cook up a whole album together. We did eight tracks on album. Ochre and then I put that out on July fourteenth of two thousand eighteen okay and then after. That album has been dropping. Singles occur now that that happened right there that you perform an easel songs initials. Did you get pulled? Yeah whatnot how to tackle. That was I was honestly crazy A of the shows that I did. I would never have imagined myself to be there. You know especially for for for someone my age. A lot of people might not be like someone they look to legends bar. I've opened up for the dog pound to short. Dj Quick and just being behind the scenes and seeing being able to to Meet these people and talk to them in you know kind of pick their brains a little bit far is it was. It's a blessing especially the OC block. Party Right there was actually in my hometown. So that's got to rock that stage in just being there with all those legends. It was crazy though. Don't let me share something with you I I've known youngsters. When they were opening up for us they were maybe like fifteen or sixteen years old. And I won't mention the names but they know who they are and I mean. This isn't a good way off. These were like fifteen sixteen year old kid that we're going to open up or a bunch of us. That already had a record deal that we're pretty much already well known and these kids were if you will if I could say it this way There were not known you know nobody who the hell they were but they were opening up. Well these kids ended up growing up to be somebody and I'll leave them unnamed K. but their west coast office every once in a while. When I talked to them they still have an mossy towards some of those rappers that they looked up to because they were going to open up for them and then when he tried to walk up to them and ask them for advice. Or an autograph or picture the so-called Oh Jeez Shit on them okay and I have never done that and I encourage you never to do that because limitation. You never know. Those kids are going to be you know and if anybody has ever done that they don't know who you're going to be and when I asked those guys. Do you still see those guys around. They're like yet but I'm fucking with those Y- and now those one record them in and they're like no no you know it's kind of a hurtful story because a lot of these guys dictate. Just think their shit and they don't people because they feel they're not up to level you know I've got people that are told me well. Why are you going to be speaking about you? Just in general why are you gonNA fucking? He's nobody yeah and I told him. Desta reason because right now he's a nobody but one day he made me a somebody. Yeah well you know. That's the way you say. Yeah see I like to look. I like to see good in all different aspects of life. You know because maybe you're not you know at the time you're not on MTV bt or two musical wars who saved that one day humane you may not be there you know so once again if I can help shine light. I want to do that. That's awesome three to do like. I'm sure I'm sure a lot of people feel the same way. I do very grateful. You know you have this platform and you're trying to help anybody you can't you know.
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"Or if you want to see somebody submitted their and don't you know me back. Hey I already did it believe me. I get a lot of those already. So with all due respect please respect my wishes so without further ado please allow me to introduce all the way from the city of Santa. Ana Much loved much respect. Senator Doboy Tony appreciate you. Having me. Bruce. How're you doing ma'am? I'm having great times so far. We have no being him. I feel privileged here. Appreciate you for having me people. Thank you so You know what what all this things going on right now with this corona virus and everything. How are you handyman? I do stay home Lonsdale. What a yeah pretty much. I still go out to I helped my dad with a lot of his business. He does his work so I do some office suffering in so I leave the house a little bit do some shit like that either way. I go back and I use it to my advantage. I mean I make music so I'm writing all the time of writing thinking of something new to do so I'm using it to my advantage. I'm using it as a positive thing. That's good that could and I'm glad you're doing that. You know my gym clothes so you know what I still do. I still go to my car. You ought I push myself my bullish whatever. Yeah go during this time but Now before we get into your music and You know when people see you next obviously. Everything's pretty much cancelled until further notice. Yes where did you grow up? Well I was born in the city of Santa Ana and I was. I lived there for the first few years of my life and then after that we moved to Garden Grove is the neighboring city right over. And I've been there ever since okay now. Are you a video game gunman depleter video games? you know what. I used to a lot and when I started making music a I pretty much stopped completely for awhile but right now I got a lot of time in my hands. Yeah the plane again or your your xbox or xbox xbox yeah shoot. I'm a place school too. I Dunno I had playstation before xbox actually all my home user on Xbox wh what games do you play. I'm just curious. Ottmar modern warfare than you holiday the game. You're not you're not a fortnight guy. No no I used to be. I would I mean like a couple of years ago. You Know Right Analysis Call Duty. Any sport game. I'm pretty. I'm pretty good at any sport. I'm GonNa Matt in all that you. Yeah maybe I need to bomb xbox because I play manning I only one game and that's playstation madden. That's it that's it so yeah. I love Manny Bro. Yeah You know. Somebody told me that Using adapter to use the playstation controller yet or Xbox yes now if you say you go to someone's house in you don't want to or if somebody comes to your house and you don't want the excuse of autumn played playstation as little. Usb You can get against your deputy your console and you can play with your control through. Yeah that's what I want. Now let me ask you this. How old are you twenty twenty. Now what are you look like? You're sixteen or so I guess. Honestly people say the blessing so it is. It is in because when you're sixty you're going to be twenty eight. That's a good thing advertising. 'cause IF I had a guess I thought you were like Sixteen fifteen years. Well you got a baby face. Everybody thinks and the girls like you know they do. Actually I don't know I'm not way him. I focused on that right now. I'm not saying you know it's not fun to have girls around but not a girlfriend nodding rafer relations. That's good. That's good. I I like to think so far because I often tell the story that the first time I ever went to a nightclub I was eleven years old and I thought in a sense of kind of ruined me mentally because all I thought about music from eleven years old so plus. I don't recommend kids going to nightclubs at least not yet. So so now Do you watch a Lotta movies at home. You Watch Netflix. You you know what's a good movie you've seen as a recent. I think the most recent movie I seen that I actually really enjoyed was the invisible man. You've seen it is actually the suspense movie So I guess this this girl. She's like having troubles with this guy. He's like very possessive of her. And she leaves him but he answered through. He creates this invisible suit and he haunts her life. You folks for life to pretty much trying to get her to come back to him. You know really yeah. Let's be honest. All of us guys here at one point another wished we were invisible. Oh Yeah you know what I'm saying so we can creep into that one high school girls home when you to high school you like. I way making the closet. Everything everything you know. But yeah invisible up to you what I think the lesson visible man seen I think it was. I want to say no League of extrordinary gentlemen ever see. The movie had seen a pretty good movie. Check it out and has an visible man under has a werewolf. I believe he has vampire some bullshit like that. But it's a good movie so for those of you that have not seen it. League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. That's a good movie Any documentaries have you seen that tiger king movie. I haven't actually my. I went to uncle's house yesterday. He was watching it and I caught a glimpse of news interesting now but I had the chance to watch it myself for. It's about like some hillbilly. You know like three hundred Tiger Solution. Some bullshit like Ed. Yeah that dude crazy sounds interesting is pretty good. It is pretty Interesting so other than that you know what I usually like to ask my guest What type of music with the reason why I ask that is because I want to see what shaped and molded them. What is mired them to do what they do now. Like police handful of whatever music. Would your dad playing you growing up as a kid on growing up by what I heard from my dad a lot. More Spanish music like Chevy's indifferent on us Bookies olders of and then he did play some hip hop but if he was bumping hip hop it was just snooping dream. Warn Gene Fogel. Nate dogg straight West Coast of for my dad but overall my family We were they were really like my household was very amused. Like you hear her. Music everywhere. my mom's side of the family was way more diverse. My mom was bumping mainly Spanish Music. Too but a lot of English music as well but if she was bumping English music as well as also west coast more mainstream you know and then Mother uncles they were more like the one of them was more on like also on the west coast tip but he bumped lot of funk these so I think I'll buy mainly mainly what I grew up on with hip hop and funk like. That's for sure mainly what I grew up okay and then My my mom. Youngest brother He's taught me really like hip hop hip hop so when it came to the east coast sound and all that he introduced me to the more mainstream artists in there just research local of wanting. I will say that Orange County but to narrow it down Santa Ana is keeping funk alive. Oh yeah most definitely curious entertainment. Yes but we reserve payment. Because I'll tell you what the first time I mean. I probably went to maybe og. Mike's maybe like five times but I mean I could have gone more. Want to be regular. They're much respect to Hosts John Ritter. What is it the backroom Boogie? They call it. Yes and I went to a couple of times and I really really enjoyed music. I mean there was another party that I went to alter and it was just straight bunk and I saw people your age. They're dancing and I think to myself. How do they know you know but there were raised right? Yeah there's a lot of people. You'd be surprised when I go. I still when I told you might as multiple times because of what I do now. And or even events where that Georgia's almond there. Sometimes you see a lot of people my age crazy. You wouldn't think but yeah there's still a lot of people in the city donahue bumped fung that's that's toll so now Gordon up and you play Spanish music that you like Spanish music growing up. I like the first few years of growing up. I wasn't a big fan and then when I maybe it was nine or ten. I really got into at that time. The around at that time I don't always into a lineup. Supercartel cheer Bush. I was I was bumping. I was actually the first. The first song I ever wrote was a Spanish on really. Yeah it was. It was more like a senior was a rapid knows like semi. Okay Yeah but and now I'm Kinda like if he to touch like you know. Get into that game. I just don't trust my singing. I don't think I don't think I can seem occur but I've never tried it. I want to try it. I was just talking to people not too long ago saying like I want to get into studio try it and if I like it maybe releasing if not then you know just keep it. Maybe do a song what he'd do all the rapid using her own course. You know what I'm saying. Yeah might be like a starter just to start a demel for yourself. And then that other people hear it and then you know if they're real friend until yes some people say now or may be you know. Give you some type of constructive criticism on that so like any other funny. You said it's straight like cartel share because I think the first one that I've ever heard like that was a los de la Banda Guerrero You got here I. I'm sure you're diagnosed is. It's a fucking classic. I mean for me. I think that might again or maybe wrong. That might have been the saunder kicked off the whole type of Shit. Get you know but I like that stuff. I remember the first time I heard Charleena utilizing. Yeah not he had just passed away and my friend had all the CDs and I didn't know that he was bumping while he was still alive. You know people started bumping him after he had already passed away but yes the first time am I ever heard him and I I liked him..
"lari" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
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"lari" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"On the threes lari Grandy what's going on well some good news in rain ham that crash that we had was actually vehicle that went off into the woods on the right hand side of the road there by route forty four on twenty four south bound that's now being cleared so that's some good news for us there watch out for some work crews that they continue to have the right hand lane close to route two eastbound in Leominster right by one ninety and of course said that continues to be a problem one twenty eight north us another war crew we've had every day there but it continues to cause delays right hand lane is closed now between local street up to the work area in Endicott street in Danvers there if you are heading in towards the downtown Boston area things are looking pretty good for you right now the lower decks are told in the airport tunnels rolling okay Laurie grantee WBZ's traffic on the threes soiled his official website for deals by a Toyota dot com sponsors the four day WBZ accu weather forecast we check in with meteorologist dean devore all right well the weather is not going to be cooperative to be outside without something heavy in terms of a jacket and certainly something rain repellent with even the heavier rain X. still to come in this storm is gonna be like a two day onslaught of wind and rain with the worst of it coming later tonight first party tomorrow and the worst effects on the folks south and east of the city out on the Cape and the islands are going to get the gust to sixty miles per hour and there's gonna be some problems with coastal flooding there for sure and even up to the south shore there could be some issues and certainly wind advisories out weeds out of this chilly rainy storms by tomorrow night into early Saturday and then chilly Saturday upper forties back up above fifty on Sunday and then.
"lari" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Course mentality rate for younger folks this is more like it during the flu welcome at a press briefing Tuesday says maybe if you're older the facts on the ground as he put it are different and perhaps you should think twice before travelling or going to places where there are large crowds Chris Davis ninety three W. I. B. C. mobile news starting July first it'll be illegal for you to use your phone while driving unless it's hands free Eric Berman reports from the state house several legislators acknowledged during hearings on the bill they're voting to ban something they're often guilty of themselves Munster representative mereka lari Reardon says it'll save lives a lot of what we do here is messaging along time ago nobody thought that we could import C. and four seat belt laws and here we are everybody gets in the car and put your seatbelt on automatically we want people to put their devices down when they get their car to Indiana will become the twenty second state to order you to put down your phone governor Holcomb made the band part of his legislative agenda it passed with just twelve no votes in the house and Senate combine at the statehouse Eric Berman ninety three W. I. B. C. man exteriors with traffic at six oh five years Matt there's bound for sixty five hello after keystone Avenue pastels ville road in about sixty five still dragging a bit from western down to meridian street thank god no they were given into the Pacers game today but that's not going to slow you down too much spend looking good down the bankers life fieldhouse little bit heavy right now from Washington down the Maryland traffic sponsored by the home loan expert mortgage interest rates.
Boston: Two Lamborghinis Stolen From Herb Chambers Dealership In Wayland
"Who would do something like this listen to this to Lamborghini's stolen from a car dealership in Wayland overnight let's get right to W. B. C.'s lari Kirby with some details what happened here Lori well first off they're very expensive to buy let's start with that police say the two Lamborghini S. U. V.'s were stolen this morning out of the herb chambers Lamborghini dealership on route twenty now wailing if you know when when is a very quiet community they don't have a lot of crime but this morning somebody went in there stole two of these SUVs shattering the window in the show room to get the cars out no no arrests Jeff but police say they did stop a car that may have been involved in the break in two people right now being questioned at the local police station the cars have not been found these are pricey
Boston: Police shoot man during confrontation after Fields Corner stabbing
"On the streets of Dorchester overnight let's get right to W. B. C.'s lari Kirby with the latest good morning Laurie well Jeff it all started with the stabbing right near a domino's on dot AB police rushed to the scene and then open fire Boston police commissioner William crosses his officers were right in the middle of it all one of the adult males was wielding a knife was actively stabbing the victim one officer physically try to separate the knife wielding wielding suspect suspect from from further further stabbing stabbing the the victim victim is is a a very very violent violent attacks attacks the the victim victim was was stabbed stabbed in in the the neck neck and and twice twice in in the the back back and and the the suspect suspect shot shot by Boston police Jeff both the victim and the suspect being treated for wounds this morning no police officers were harmed in the
"lari" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"I. P. experience hello what's the poll question one of the results thus far is the economy headed for a recession no it's not ninety one percent say NO lari you're next with how a car go ahead lari Hey Harry hi I'm the DMV last week and you're talking about you know their efficiency and their lack of a waiting time I got there a quarter three and they give you an a number at the door right and they were calling the name about every ten to twenty fifteen ten to fifteen minutes they will call a number yeah I sat there till quarter of five two hours I sat here five o'clock they close well don't you know a quarter of five about every thirty seconds they started calling the name a call in a number so they could clear the place out of the Google home funny how that worked as an at large it was amazing no that's it yeah I appreciate it Laurie that's we all have stories like that Mike your next with how weak our go ahead Mike hi yeah we I mean it this point even a drag itself Craig the talking about stuff like this for years and yeah it's a numbers game with the registry and it's it's not gonna get any better you know it's old I do now now we're going to have five or six more people making a hundred one hundred grand plus yeah exactly what's in a name that they have a late about sending our company a ticket over cool now because we're we got the park at the sack with those big corporations out there that trailer trucks peeing Landis Travers Newnan trust me we get we get our citations on time and they want their money you know what I was thinking is always read this report is the easier to put a a Sir chargeable increase on your car insurance if it's an in state violation as opposed to an out of state violation and could that be why they're so prompt in the end state violations because they're dancing to the tune of the insurance companies to make up make us pay higher insurance rates is that is that a possibility Mike has that ever occurred to you all I know how we is that I'm sitting up half the time at the grand you're looking at your father's gold seven bad ice because all this stuff is driving me crazy you know what I mean and I I I I you know it's just that we talk about this all the time but I'm telling you that they have my number I need to file the state money in any capacity there does bills are in the mail right away I moved I moved out of Cambridge in the mid nineteen nineties I kept getting my excise tax bills for three or four years I am that's my auto excise tax he's he's referring by the way Mountain View grand that's that he's referring to what was the Mountain View house when I was a kid my father worked there in Whitefield New Hampshire it's a it's a great old in and it's still a great old and.
"lari" Discussed on KGO 810
"Be fine. So there was a petition for the California insurance Commissioner, and that was from sixty environmental consumer and social Justice groups that want an emergency rules mate, and those would make insurers disclose the fossil fuel projects that they are insuring. California insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara decided that was not gonna fly so he's refusal. This is Cording to consumer watchdog is refusal to act allows insurers to keep their complicity in global warming secret and puts the brakes on forward momentum on climate built by the previous department of insurance. So let's go ahead and talk to Jamie court who is consumer watchdog's presidents, Jaime. I know it's a Friday night. You probably have other things you got to be doing. It's good to have you here. Good to be there's nothing merge. Global warming is true moment. Well, if the California insurance Commissioner had chosen to do this one he have been a breaking precedent. I'm were you asking him in essence to change the order of business to do this. We'll excuse the Commissioner who came to office claiming global warming was the biggest priority would force insurance companies to disclose their fossil fuel investments. And in Europe. You know, we've got lots of insurance companies have not only disclosed sorry their fossil fuel underwriting at the projects they ensure in Europe not only have they disclosed that in the past. They have underwritten or insured fossil fuel projects, but they've actually stopped to make stopped investing in fossil fuel projects. But in America, we've yet to either disclose whether insurance companies in. Ensure these projects were stopped them from both investing and ensuring the projects, and that's why we called on you know, Ricardo lari came office. He came from. You know, Los Angeles is the first Tino and gay deterrence commissioning came saying, look, I wanna shake things up. We got sixty groups, including many environmental groups from Sierra Club degreen piece to consumer watchdog group saying look, now's the time. Let's find out which insurance companies we do business with under right or ensure fossil fuel projects like keystone excel and less stop them. But first we need to see it and the Commissioner said on Earth Day you tonight the petition on Earth Day. No, we really need to get to where we want to go by collaborating and use that word five times with the insurance industry, and he. Said this is only a small piece of the problem which this being fossil fuels. I mean, it was really a slap in the face and particularly from Commissioner who came saying you wanted to do something about global warming. You also wanted to do something about a helping low income people in about a month earlier, we'd given them another petition from a group of of civil rights groups, low income groups saying, hey, insurance companies are charging people in California based on their education patient, if you're a doctor you get a break, if you're a waitress sfjazz, you pay more that's illegal in wrong. And he said I'm denying that petition to but I'll hold here. And so are here. He's going to be underway is is he living up to that. Set a date for the hearings. No, we've waited a month, and he has and that's part of the problem is, you know, politicians sale up when they wanna get elected. We even talk about these petitions before he got elected personally. And he said, yes. And then he got an office in either heard a lot from the insurance industry or you heard a lot from bureaucrats from the department of insurance. You don't wanna work hard to do this. But either way, you know, you get elected based on these big pledges, as, you know, supposedly, a very progressive democrat who's gonna shake things up, and you get an office in one hundred twenty days you deny to petitions that achieve what you said, you were ready to do when you got elected. So we had a call them out. Pick a little bit of a bone with you here though, because my heart is with you. I I love to see these kind of disclosures. I think this absolutely right. But from your own press release, it says the insurance Commissioner in California has brought a thirty to require insurance companies to disclose information necessary to ensure consumers access responsibility to ensure the financial stability of that overseas. I don't see how that connects to sing you have I'll tell you. How glad you called me on that. How many crude oil trains have a derail than spilled? How many pipelines have broken how many environmental disasters? Have we seen with fossil fuels and oil? How many Lisa canyons have exploded and said methane gas into the air? Do you know the cost of the insurance companies that ensure those disasters which means policyholders have to pay more, which means the solvency of those companies is not safe, which means the insurance? Commissioners not doing his job. If he's not understanding and disclosing exactly how much of an insurance companies insurance is based in these fossil fuel projects. I mean, fossil fuels are not only causing global warming. They're also causing catastrophe to the insurance industry. I the insurance industry's got to ensure a lease canyon. Which in Los Angeles was the largest method link ever, and it the damages are used in. If we knew which insurance companies were responsible. We'd know why they're losing hundreds of millions of dollars on those claims, but second they're also fueling these the methane leak all of the fossil fuels are fueling environmental catastrophes like the wildfires because as the climate changes we have drier brush, we have warmer weather. We have conditions where fires that would have happened would have been contained, but not spreading causes much damage. Same thing with hurricanes in the east coast. So the insurance industry is investing and ensuring fossil fuels that are basically causing it to lose its policyholders business because in the end, it's not sustainable, so it actually is both a business threat, and and existential and social and cultural threat and the insurance Commissioner who gets an office saying, you know, this is going to be my number one top priority using this office to fight global warming should at least be in favor of disclosure of what insurance companies ensure because we need to know that would you came here because what I wanted to. I know we just have a few more minutes with you. I'd like to do is to invite our callers to check in on this number is four one five eight zero eight zero eight one zero four one five eighty eighty eight ten I'm talking to consumer watchdog Jamie court, and what they were. Tempting to do was to have the insurance. Commissioner require the insurance companies to disclose their fossil fuel companies that they're insuring their connections to fossil fuel and that has been denied if you have an opinion on that. Or you have a question on that. If you think this is something that ought to be required. The time to get your voice heard four one five eighty eighty eight ten four one five eight zero eight zero eight one zero so Jamie instead of conceding to the man's that you had what the Commissioner is doing is asking everyone to sit down together and cooperate and to make this work in a way that will work for everyone. He says he's developed a strong foundational climate cleaner policy thrives career. And that the insurers are required to disclose investments in their financial statement. And the department has a methodology or do identify and categorize the fossil fuel portion of those investments. So you're getting some of the information you want? No, we're not getting any. He says he's getting some of it. And the last insurance Commissioner require the insurance companies to disclose their investments in fossil fuels. We we know by the way, the half trillion dollars, California insurance companies invest five more than five hundred billion dollars in fossil fuels where we don't know what the last insurance Commissioner did though is how much the company's ensure in fossil fuel projects who's insuring. Keystone. Excel who's ensuring the pipelines, who's ensuring the refineries of explosives ensuring the crew trains, I think that if the puck. Public knew there the insurance companies they do business with had big exposure on these fossil fuel projects they actually might make decisions as consumers based on this information. It's a right to know issue. And what the Commissioner's response was was shocking even more so than the denial on Earth Day tonight Monday on Earth Day, and he's kind of Charles that timing is the naral said we need to collaborate with the insurance companies, and we need to understand. This is only a small part of the problem we've been collaborating with the insurance company for a long time the insurance companies don't want to tell us where they invested fossil fuels, and they don't wanna stop because it's making the money. We've looked at their annual reports and we've seen how much they invest. We don't know how much they ensure this is all thanks Dave Jones. Our last insurance mission who started this work, and which is now been stopped and what they said in their statements, which were really Frank, and it's on our website at consumer watchdog is look. Yes, we believe global warming is real we believe it's going to be a problem. But you know, what investing now in these fossil fuels gonna make us some money, and it's gonna keep us Alvin. And when we need to get out, we'll get out, and they say that let's get to some phone calls here Jamie because I know our time is tight, let's talk right away to Dan. Who's checking in from San Jose, Dan? Welcome to the John Rothman show. Hi, hey, Jamie. You were talking about people that I'm assuming auto insurance. Well, all these companies are all property casualty insurance. Auto every I I have insurance knowledge. Okay. So under proper three you can't you can't go after janitors and stuff like that. And give somebody else a better way. You're you're you're you're right about that. 'cause our group real prop one three, however because you're only supposed to rape people based on their mileage driven and the they're years dry sprints. Good one. But with the insurance Riera, no accidents are taken your your hundred percent right now of the insurance companies. Do something called the group discount totally violates the rating provisions of prop one zero three because it's they seize on something. And so they say we get a group of chiropractors really group a read a group of doctors. We're going to give them a discount, but they never bothered to get a list a group of waitresses in janitors and people were got it. I got another question for you. Yeah. Okay. What about teepee as a lot of these huge corporations use their own TPA's, and if they fail then it's up to the taxpayer. Do I knew what a cheap? If I knew at a TA was it'd be administrator. L form their own insurance. You guys I need to bring you both home on this. This sounds like we've gotten away from the whole concept of the fossil fuel insurance. Well, he's talking about fossil fuels and so canyon, and those are those are huge oil companies and storage companies and they utilize their own insurance. Got it that may be true. But you know, what they disclosed that? There was two hundred million dollars in insurance company claims from that disaster, and we don't know which insurance companies because those could be under enters those are. Separate stock is doing well. But the policy holders don't know which insurance companies are ensuring the lease, okay. I thank you for the call. Dan, jamie. Let's talk about what the next step is. I mean, you've gone to the insurance Commissioner you've asked for this to be done. It sounds to me like he has information..
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"Sixty eight seventy sixty seven they gave them the lead. What was going through your mind when that shot left Canaan going hand, man? I saw it in the air. That's pretty he doesn't like that. It was a pretty shy. So mad at it. And then like I say that moment is bound to go in. And of course, he's a fifth year senior. And speaking of Kenny goi-, he joins us right now on the show Pennzoil performance line, and Kenny congratulations, sixty eight sixty seven you are going to the final four tell us what was going through your head. When you made that shot. It was it was one of the things that has the ball. You better be ready. You just with my head. He found me. Guard. There was good outside to play. Richard already. That's awesome, man. A just a back and forth game. A lot of different runs first half. They are they go on a twelve. Oh you guys answer after Zion. Got his second foul you guys going to thirteen run to close the half. And just tell us what it was like just just an old fashioned shootout going back and forth. Yeah. Heavyweight fight out was like Geico, we'll take it come back with another. That's how best ball team make other. You know, respect to the coach. A dollar plays moved to some federal job. But you know, one team's gonna come on taco. We were lucky enough to talk to us about coaches. This is his tenth final four. And obviously there was some controversy earlier on when when he coaches the way he coaches, but I know coaches was well, he does a great job you guys just talk about his style. And how it gets you guys do to perform like you do in spots like this. You a lot of people are talking about screaming. Stop. All don't care. Love between all the players have easy. Just does. Thanks, and congratulations. Here. You got kindergartens hit the big three sixty eight sixty seven Michigan state is going on to the final four, and I'll guess appear via the Pennzoil performance line. Chris lari was there he covers Michigan state hoops and football for the Detroit Free Press. We'll get the reaction. Also, obviously, we'll get into Tom Izzo. I think he can coach. However, he wants you're listening to end of the night on ESPN radio and ESPN radio app. Radio network. Back. This continue. Did you just look down at your phone? He did it again, didn't you? You know, you're flying down the road in a three ton hunk of steel and a text takes your eyes off the road for an average of five seconds at fifty five miles per hour. That's one enough.
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"Most of us know, Steve from his turn as wise guy. Bobbi Bacha lari on the sopranos, which makes his new character on blue bloods. Even more of an interesting surprise and Steve syrup joins us on rich Stevens show today. What's going on grandchild? Don't Palau's everything I'm doing good. How about you? I'm doing pretty good. Where are you down in Florida? We are in south Florida. Where are you today? I am in New York City. That's right. Because you're you guys do a lot of typing on Staten Island. I have a chance. Shoot them Brooklyn streets. They're all over the city, which is which is kind of like another character on the show, you know, the streets of New York community shooting right dab in the middle of in the middle of traffic. It's great. Have you done anything in your own neighborhood yet? I have not date with down here yesterday. Right. I am not shot. So far away shot up the fifty ninth street bridge. We shouted the village we shot in China down. You know, they they use it as other character in the streets. New York is not to like it. You can't make that up. You know, and. So that's been great. You know, I'm shooting. Mike seventh episode I work on Friday again. And there's a few the left of the season on this Friday night. Got a nice episode and David Wright, be great stuff. And the show's great to catch the crew. So happy to be there. It's two thousand sixteen Steve and you're making sauce and playing a New York City detective on the biggest show on television. Did you see this coming, of course? Absolutely nothing coming. You know when you do this stuff. Which is like, you know, every day, they reshuffle the cards. You know what? I mean. Every morning, you know, who knows what's what's up? Oh, those around the corner at makes it good and bad. You know, the sopranos has been over for nine years. I was on another series for five years in the LA. Call secret life of the American teenager. I do stuff this stuff, blah, blah, blah books this that and I'm happy where I where I'm at the shooting, discreet show in New York City material they've been ready to great. The sources going print tastic. You know, we we started that little more than a year and a half ago. It's my mother's recipe. We've made it healthier lot of tomato basil our be out of we're out in your twenties market. Richard corium rolling old originals chamberlain's out there in a butcher stores. Great. I mean, that's completely different business to me. And we've been doing really, well, listen, I have to mention I like a lot of sauce. My spaghetti. All right. We gotta send yourself, please. I'm waiting for it. I want my promise over the sense. Okay. That's good. I'll hurted I'll hold you till your work. Listen, you're one of those great actors that was able to switch roles and actually be believable. You went from a mob guy to a New York City detective, you couldn't have gone further talk about the three hundred sixty degree change their what what's the secret? Somebody I read somewhere once that's fine line between playing a wise guy. The material richer really is it's the material. What they write, you know. I don't care if the war is coming out of your mouth don't make sense. You can't make them look good. That's the hardest thing to do. You know? I gotta I gotta make this crap. Sound real? There for you. I mean, it's given it Detroit dad. That's how sopranos was hits. How blue bloods is. I mean, it's right there for you. It's on the page. You just gotta say and you'll be fine. You know? That's that's me. Great stuff. It's been a long I'll be around hopefully, this stuff they've given me. They've given me some terrific material. We're talking to Steve sherpa from blue you may remember most from the supremacy. Amidst the sopranos. So far away. Of course, you do. But it was an Arrowhead had end. You know, the one thing about the sopranos. You spend a lot of time together. You know, we would only do thirteen episodes. Totally and they would take, you know, twenty days in episode. We traveled a lot together. We it was a one one of a kind kind of thing people were watching the show on Sunday having parties every Monday morning, every talk show every radio show wanted to talk about the episode the night before it was. It's all different thing. You know? So tell me about the upcoming blue bloods this Friday night. Well, I can't tell you too much. But I have a relative of mine make some..