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AP News Radio
Webby Award nominations for Harry Styles, Lizzo, Post Malone
"Musician lizzo comedian Trevor Noah and the cast of Ted Lasso are among the nominees for webby awards, which recognize the best Internet content and creators on marches are a letter with the latest. Lizzo's watch out for the big girls show was nominated for a webby, Trevor Noah has been nominated for the segment's film between scenes at The Daily Show. The Ted Lasso cast was nominated for its collaboration with FIFA 23. The social media accounts of Stephen Colbert, Jennifer Garner and lupita nyong'o are nominated. Other nominees include Harry Styles, AirPods commercial, and the corn loving kid from recess therapy. The international academy of digital arts and sciences will announce the winners on April 25th, winners will give acceptance speeches of 5 words during a gala on May 15th in New York.
The Dan Bongino Show
Amber Athey: Biden Has Lowered His Stock Since Entering Office
"Pretty much the hallmark of this whole administration I mean you have this ongoing rail disaster in Ohio And you have to transportation secretary giving a spiel the other day about racist construction sites in black neighborhoods or something like that I mean it's really stunning and I'm sorry I don't want you to be long within the question but there's an end to this Isn't it shocking that when you look at polls in New Hampshire and elsewhere that mayor Pete who's an absolute clown is actually polling ahead of Joe Biden I mean does that not speak to the ineptitude of this entire administration It really does It's a great indicator of just how much Biden has lowered his stocks since taking office And I'd like to add one other example of the incompetency of the Biden administration if I may the one of the ambassadors to Afghanistan was tweeting up a storm over the weekend about how the Afghan women apparently need a strong black female role models like lizzo and Beyoncé It was so beyond embarrassing so out of touch This is the person the Biden administration sent to Afghanistan Someone who's so steeped in local left wing identity politics that they would stand on this pedestal about black history month as Afghan women are repeatedly raped and beaten and routinely treated like dirt because of a lot of the cultural mores there It's just so stunningly out of touch It's incredible
AP News Radio
Celebs tout ice baths, but science on benefits is lukewarm
"The coolest thing on social media may be celebrities and regular folks plunging into frigid water. Harry Styles has tweeted about his cold water dips, lizzo claims ice plunges maker body feel better for almost three years Dan O'Connor has plunged into Lake Michigan in Chicago almost daily. The endorphin rush through your body to protect your body is amazing. People who take the plunge talk about improved mood, more energy, weight loss. Doctor will cronin wet at northwestern university feinberg school of medicine has questions. Hi, I'm not going to tell the folks who enjoy cold water immersion that there are no benefits. What's lagging behind a little bit is scientific underpinning? Cold water immersion is considered okay for healthy people like George Miller. I can actually go out and be in the cold in ice water and stay alive. Anyone uncertain about their health should see a doctor first before taking the ice plunge. I'm Ed Donahue
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
Lizzo Shamed for Liquid Diet
"I can always find something to talk about, whatever I see lizzo. I know. It's a favorite topic of mine, but for flux sake, she's everywhere, and by that I mean, it's like the joke when lizzo sits around the house, she sits around the house, sorry. So big old lizzo is now emphasizing that she loves her body after she was criticized for doing a ten day smoothie detox. Remember that detox we talked about? She's 32 years old. The inside of her probably feels like 61. Really? That's what her insides feel like. That's what her organs feel like. But she's 32. She's a baby. She said she dealt with the backlash after she shared a video recap of her detox process on social media. And fans were surprised that this body positive singer had tried to diet and that they said that posting it online was triggering for people with eating disorders can everybody just finally fuck off the lizzo had to respond because that's what everybody does now on her Instagram story. She said she wanted a detox after she drank a lot. And ate a lot of food that fucked up her stomach in Mexico. Okay, hold that thought. Let me just say the thought of the toilet bowl beneath lizzo in Mexico. Pick a city, octopus, Oaxaca. I don't care where you go. You know what's going your belly when you're in Mexico. That food is not kind to your colon. So she said she had food that fucked up her stomach, Jesus Christ. I don't even want to think about what that bathroom sounded like.
The Officer Tatum Show
Biden Makes $55 Billion Pledge to Africa
"It's looking at this article as I say as my nation's original sin, Biden offers Africa 55 billion, gets marked by African leader. I think we have a clip of that. Let me see if we have that clip. I thought we did. Second. There it goes. All right, we got, let's roll clip one clip. That's why over the next three years, working in close cooperation with the United States Congress, we plan to commit $55 billion in Africa to advance the priorities we share and to support the agenda 2063. That number represents a comprehensive commitment from the United States to invest in Africa's people, Africa's infrastructure, Africa's agriculture, Africa's health system, Africa's security, and more. Now, the virtue signal is vicious. Because you're talking about the biggest continent on Planet Earth. What part of Africa? You're going to get 55 billion. Some of that going to go to South Africa? Or is it going to go to Cameroon, Africa?
The Officer Tatum Show
Illegal Immigration Overload
"I mean, yeah, I mean, I think what they're doing is I don't know what they're doing. Maybe they're smart about it. I don't know, but it appears that their strategy is to just let every illegal alien in this country as many as they can to at some point give them all Amnesty. But between here and there, our country is getting so overloaded. With illegals, that it's going to be it's not going to be sustainable. And by the time you give them Amnesty, it's going to be, we're not going to be able to handle all these people in our country. You know, if you look at it and you say, 20 million people that are illegally in our country or whatever the case can be, if there was 20 million less people in this country, how many more benefits would be going to American citizens other than people are versus people who don't live in this country. I mean, that should not be in this country. I mean, 27 million people, you have to argue that majority of them don't have a driver's license. They're illegally in this country. Majority of them don't have a social security number. The majority of them will not paying taxes, at least not federal and state taxes, maybe they're paying sales tax. But you have to argue that the majority of them are flying under the radar.
The Officer Tatum Show
Get Your Houses in Order
"You know, I often get upset when people, you know, not upset, but I often feel like what the heck is going on when people get so upset, abortion is illegal and it's like, I get it, but you need to make sure your kids aren't having abortions. Let's start there. You need to make sure your children aren't out here committing crimes. You need to make sure your children are doing what's right. Because regardless what the law says, if everybody made sure that their children were not having abortions, we probably wouldn't see such an epidemic of abortion in our country. It's easy to get out there and say, oh, I think abortion should be banned. you convince your children to make better decisions? I mean, that's just, that just me. Maybe that's just me.
The Officer Tatum Show
Kari Lake Files Suit Challenging Certification of Arizona Election
"Let me play the clip of Carrie Lake. Let's go with clip 6. Our voters were showing up on election day that was no secret. And the minute the polls opened, the wheels fell off. The ballot printers weren't working. There wasn't enough toner in the printers, the tabulators weren't working. It became a debacle and the line started forming right away some of the lines three hours, four hours, 5 hours, and there's video of people walking out of line, people told us, and this is in our lawsuit that they showed up, they couldn't even find parking because the parking lots were full on the lines were long, and many people didn't even get to vote. And those who did vote when they went up to, you know, get the printer out. The printer didn't have toner in it, so the ballots weren't dark enough. And our voters were showing up and voting three to one to, for me, on election day. We vote for a full month in Arizona with early ballots. And on election day when the Republicans showed up, the election day voting was sabotaged. And that's what our case is going to prove. It's a 70 page lawsuit that reads like a real crime novel. And it's shocking what they did. The man who runs Maricopa County, elections, ran a pack. He actually started a path raising thousands of dollars to defeat me, and he's running our elections. And then my opponent oversees all the elections in Arizona.
The Officer Tatum Show
Trump Reveals 2024 Intentions
"In the break and I won't play it on the radio 'cause. I'm not gonna waste the radio time to play it. You could probably go look it up, but so I guess a little bit of clarification is that Trump launched an NFT and then he made a speech. Saying the same stuff that I don't know the same stuff he been saying since 2016 about, I guess he's walking out what he said he's going to do. If he wants to get elected, you know, I just think let me just let me just put it this way. This is the weirdest thing that I have ever seen. Trump do. I don't understand this. Because he gave a speech and I guess it was a speech to declare the things that he's going to do, the things that he's going to do when he's elected. But why would that be a special announcement? There's nothing special about you saying what you're going to do if you get elected as president. That's two years from now. So I just want to put this in perspective. And I want Trump to explain this. Please, I hope the guy that people give him enough backlash that he has explained is because it's actually upsetting me.
The Officer Tatum Show
Donald Trump's Strategy Might Not Be a Winning One
"If you plan on pursuing getting the votes of Americans, you are going to have to present a messaging which can be digestible for your party side, independence, and some Democrats. But if you come out the gate, fake news, fake news, fake news, you come out the gate, little sleepy, creepy, Rhonda santas with low energy, he accomplished nothing. I'm better than him, that that's not a winning strategy. You come out the game, Mitch McConnell, rhinos, that's not, it's not a winning strategy. You know, I really, I don't know what beef they have, Trump and Mitch McConnell. And I'm not saying it's somebody's fault or not. What I'm saying is that the mission is to come together, the mission is to unite, we don't have to agree with each other. But we need Mitch McConnell and Mitch McConnell needs the magga Republicans. We got to find a way to reach a common ground. If we can not reach a common ground, we will lose again and again and again and again. They probably hate each other. But they're going to push a deadbeat Democrat all the way to the finish line. Some will be pushing some of the dragon, some will be spectating. But they're going to get their candidate to the finish line 'cause they hate Republicans more than they love their own side.
The Officer Tatum Show
Did Donald Trump Announce His Run for President Too Early?
"Now I want to get back on the subject at hand. I was talking about Donald Trump and his big announcement. I wanted to have the recording so you guys can hear what he said. But you know, I just really believe that in order for us to win this time, we have to do something different. And when you have your leader coming out with an NFT, some people think it's trolling, it's not trolling, man. This is not a good look. You know, I would argue that in my opinion, I think Trump should have not announced yet. And he could have did NFTs, he could have talked crazy to athletes. He could have done as much as he wanted to do. And not run yet. Because once you put your hat in the race to say, hey, I want to be the next president of the United States of America, your actions from that point moving forward to the election should be calculated.
The Officer Tatum Show
Donald Trump's Major Announcement Is a Bizarre NFT Project
"You say, I'll be Taylor man, you were you a Trump hater, I'm not a I'm not a Trump hater. I love Trump. I appreciate what he did as a president, but man, I just feel like, what are you doing, brother? So last night, I told you, Trump is going to make a big announcement. He's going to make a big announcement. Everybody stay tuned. Do you know what he announced? Now, I'm doing a show at the end of the day, so y'all are probably already know what he announced. From my understanding, he announced that he's going to have NFTs. I don't know if the tone is deaf, what's going on? But you have NFTs, you know, if Donald Trump wasn't running for president, it would make sense to have NFTs, if you don't know what NFTs are. And I'm not crazy familiar with them. But they're like little art pieces that you can buy. So just say that Donald Trump had like a hundred NFTs, right? All they are is digital images, digital pictures, like a digital file that may have his face on it. And he has a hundred of them, and they may be worth a $1000 a piece. Now, he created or whoever has NFTs create the value of their NFT. It's not like a market share where they say, oh man, this is somebody can say, I'm only making a hundred and a hundred of them are going to be worth the $50,000 apiece. And on the blockchain and all of that, you are on this NFT, and then I guess you will hold it, and then somebody wants to buy the NFT for 80,000, you can sell it to that person for 80,000 through cryptocurrency or something.
The Officer Tatum Show
Donald Trumps Major Announcement Is A Bizarre NFT Project
"So last night, I told you, Trump is going to make a big announcement. He's going to make a big announcement. Everybody stay tuned. Do you know what he announced? Now, I'm doing a show at the end of the day, so y'all are probably already know what he announced. From my understanding, he announced that he's going to have NFTs. I don't know if the tone is deaf, what's going on? But you have NFTs, you know, if Donald Trump wasn't running for president, it would make sense to have NFTs, if you don't know what NFTs are. And I'm not crazy familiar with them. But they're like little art pieces that you can buy. So just say that Donald Trump had like a hundred NFTs, right? All they are is digital images, digital pictures, like a digital file that may have his face on it. And he has a hundred of them, and they may be worth a $1000 a piece. Now, he created or whoever has NFTs create the value of their NFT. It's not like a market share where they say, oh man, this is somebody can say, I'm only making a hundred and a hundred of them are going to be worth the $50,000 apiece. And on the blockchain and all of that, you are on this NFT,
AP News Radio
Beyoncé ties Grammy record after leading nominations with 9
"Ten works are competing for the top award at the Grammys album of the year I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at the nominees Voyage ABBA's first album in 40 years will compete against Adele's 30 and Beyoncé's renaissance for album of the year Harry's house by Harry Styles is also a contender along with good morning gorges by Mary J. Blige lizzo's special Brandi carlile's in the silent days and mister morrell in the big steppers by Kendrick Lamar The final competitors are Coldplay's music of the spheres and UNOS and tea by Bad Bunny the first album to be nominated for album of the year at the Grammys and the Latin Grammys
AP News Radio
'Succession,' 'Ted Lasso' top Emmys; 1st time winners shine
"The Emmy Awards were handed out last night in Los Angeles A night of victory and affirmation for several of the winners chief among them Cheryl Lee Ralph who sang in triumph as shift except that the award for best supporting actress for Abbott elementary She then told anyone who ever doubted their dreams to see her as an inspiration I am here to tell you that this is what believing looks like This is what striving looks like That theme was picked up by lizzo who won for best competition show for watch out for the big girls She literally gave them a shout out Big girls are they here The night's other big winners for programs included Squid Game euphoria Saturday Night Live and among performers Jason Sudeikis Zendaya and Michael Keaton I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"lizzo" Discussed on Fresh Air
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"lizzo" Discussed on Fresh Air
"The bow tie. Get your nails dead. Let it blow dry. I like a big beer. I like a clean face. I don't discriminate come and get a taste from the playboys to the gay boys going slave boy you my faith boys. Baby I don't need you I don't need I just wanna freak you I wanna hold you a freak to what's my what's two plus two. We'll hear more of my 2019 interview with lizzo after a short break. This is fresh air. Support for this NPR podcast and the following message come from Apple card. It's time to reboot your credit card with Apple card. It gives you up to 3% daily cash back on everything you buy. Apply now in the wallet app on iPhone to see your credit limit offer with no impacts here credit score. Subject to credit approval, accepting an apple card after your application is approved, will result in a hard inquiry, which may impact your credit score. This week on bullseye, the great Bonnie hunt on a lifetime of being funny, and on working in a casting room with her mom. And of course she wanted me to hire everybody 'cause that's how my mom's heart was. Oh, I know that person was right, but can't you write something for them? You know. That's on bullseye. For maximum fun dot org and NPR. Let's get back to my 2019 interview with singer and hip hop artist lizzo. I know you met prince when you were living in Minneapolis. Mmm um. Yeah, and you did a track on one of his spectrums. With third eyed girl and so how did he find you? Because he invited you to perform for him. He asked you then to do a track for electrum electrum. So I know when you move to Minneapolis after college after dropping out of college, you became a kind of important part of the music scene there, but so how did he find you? How did he hear you? Okay, so there was a documentary being made about burgeoning musicians and also like, you know, yeah, I think it was just burgeoning musicians actually in Minnesota. And it was on one of the local news stations and it was us me and my best friend and my DJ Sophia Harris group. The feeling who won The Voice and electrum electrum who was prince's band. And I think some other people too, but I can't remember. And they did a piece on us, and the day it aired, the current, the radio station, and Minneapolis called and St. Paul and Minneapolis. They called and said, they hit us up and said, yo, you won't believe this, but prince just sent us an email asking for y'all's contact and we were like, what? And mind you, this was maybe two years after I moved to Minneapolis. And I was, I couldn't believe it. I was like, well, give them art. Email, what are you waiting for? And the email just simply said, I would like for you to come to Paisley park on the Easter Sunday and eastern Sunday. Wow. Yeah, it was pretty amazing. And to work to work on a song. And we went. And it was magical and from then on, we had a relationship with Paisley park and with him where we would just, he would ask us to come perform for his parties, and we would come and perform and we also had talked about me in interviews. He was like, you know, lizzo's one to watch. She's up next. When nobody was checking for me, he was checking for, you know, young black girls and young black artists and giving us a voice and gave me my first big check. I mean, I have a I have a lot of respect and deep profound relationship with one of the greatest artists of all time. So that's all I can say about that. Okay, so I want to break here and play another song. And this is from your 2016 EP coconut oil, and the song is good as hell. I really love this. I know a lot of people do. Again, I'm going to ask you to talk about writing it and conceiving the sound. Yeah. Good as hell was the first time I had written a song that I was like, wow, this song could be on the radio. I never saw myself as like a big artist like that that would have so I was very much indie minded, you know? And I remember it was one of the first songs I wrote with Ricky Reed and we were in the studio and he flew me out to LA and I was like, oh, okay. I was like, feeling myself. And we sat down and he played this piano riff, and he said, how does this make you feel? And I was like, you know how it makes me feel. And I did a little hair flip and I checked my nails. I was like, it makes me feel like everything's gonna be okay. You know? It's like, it makes me feel good as hell. And he was like, all right, and that was like the basis of our relationship, like he would literally take words from my mouth and be like, you know, you just wrote the lyric, right? I think I was like, really? So this was the beginning of a very beautiful relationship. Okay, that's here. This is good as hell from lizzo's EP coconut oil. Check my name. Baby how you feeling? Head tos. Check my mates. Baby how you feeling? How did the bullshit gone that's your shoulders off. Keep it moving yes lord trying to get some new shit in this win we're going to the pool shit. Come now come dry your eyes. You know you a star you can touch the sky. I know that it's hard but you have to try. If you need advice let me slip he don't love you anymore just walk your fine ass out the door I do my head talk check my nails baby how you feeling hey talk check my nails baby how you
"lizzo" Discussed on Fresh Air
"I can grab a crazy. Make a girl go crazy. I like big boys, itty bitty boys. Mississippi boys in the city boys. I like the pretty boys with the bow tie. Get your nails dead. Let it blow dry. I like a big beer. I like a clean face. I don't discriminate come and get a taste from the playboys to the gay boys going slave boy you my faith boys. Baby I don't need you I don't need I just wanna freak you I wanna hold you a freak to what's my what's two plus two. We'll hear more of my 2019 interview with lizzo after a short break. This is fresh air. Support for this NPR podcast and the following message come from Apple card. It's time to reboot your credit card with Apple card. It gives you up to 3% daily cash back on everything you buy. Apply now in the wallet app on iPhone to see your credit limit offer with no impacts here credit score. Subject to credit approval, accepting an apple card after your application is approved, will result in a hard inquiry, which may impact your credit score. This week on bullseye, the great Bonnie hunt on a lifetime of being funny, and on working in a casting room with her mom. And of course she wanted me to hire everybody 'cause that's how my mom's heart was. Oh, I know that person was right, but can't you write something for them? You know. That's on bullseye. For maximum fun dot org and NPR. Let's get back to my 2019 interview with singer and hip hop artist lizzo. I know you met prince when you were living in Minneapolis. Mmm um. Yeah, and you did a track on one of his spectrums. With third eyed girl and so how did he find you? Because he invited you to perform for him. He asked you then to do a track for electrum electrum. So I know when you move to Minneapolis after college after dropping out of college, you became a kind of important part of the music scene there, but so how did he find you? How did he hear you? Okay, so there was a documentary being made about burgeoning musicians and also like, you know, yeah, I think it was just burgeoning musicians actually in Minnesota. And it was on one of the local news stations and it was us me and my best friend and my DJ Sophia Harris group. The feeling who won The Voice and electrum electrum who was prince's band. And I think some other people too, but I can't remember. And they did a piece on us, and the day it aired, the current, the radio station, and Minneapolis called and St. Paul and Minneapolis. They called and said, they hit us up and said, yo, you won't believe this, but prince just sent us an email asking for y'all's contact and we were like, what? And mind you, this was maybe two years after I moved to Minneapolis. And I was, I couldn't believe it. I was like, well, give them art. Email, what are you waiting for? And the email just simply said, I would like for you to come to Paisley park on the Easter Sunday and eastern Sunday. Wow. Yeah, it was pretty amazing. And to work to work on a song. And we went. And it was magical and from then on, we had a relationship with Paisley park and with him where we would just, he would ask us to come perform for his parties, and we would come and perform and we also had talked about me in interviews. He was like, you know, lizzo's one to watch. She's up next. When nobody was checking for me, he was checking for, you know, young black girls and young black artists and giving us a voice and gave me my first big check. I mean, I have a I have a lot of respect and deep profound relationship with one of the greatest artists of all time. So that's all I can say about that. Okay, so I want to break here and play another song. And this is from your 2016 EP coconut oil, and the song is good as hell. I really love this. I know a lot of people do. Again, I'm going to ask you to talk about writing it and conceiving the sound. Yeah. Good as hell was the first time I had written a song that I was like, wow, this song could be on the radio. I never saw myself as like a big artist like that that would have so I was very much indie minded, you know? And I remember it was one of the first songs I wrote with Ricky Reed and we were in the studio and he flew me out to LA and I was like, oh, okay. I was like, feeling myself. And we sat down and he played this piano riff, and he said, how does this make you feel? And I was like, you know how it makes me feel. And I did a little hair flip and I checked my nails. I was like, it makes me feel like everything's gonna be okay. You know? It's like, it makes me feel good as hell. And he was like, all right, and that was like the basis of our relationship, like he would literally take words from my mouth and be like, you know, you just wrote the lyric, right? I think I was like, really? So this was the beginning of a very beautiful relationship. Okay, that's here. This is good as hell from lizzo's
"lizzo" Discussed on Fresh Air
"I've got 99 problems with a day one. Hit me. 99 problems for the day one if you're having girl problems I feel bad for you son. I got 99 problems but a day one hit me. That was
"lizzo" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Interviews from our archive with Jay-Z and lizzo. First we have Jay-Z, who's been incredibly successful as a rapper and an entrepreneur. We spoke in 2010 after he published his memoir decoded in which he wrote about growing up in a housing project and watching crack destroy his neighborhood. He saw drugs before finding success in the recording studio and on stage. His book also tells the stories behind 36 of his songs. He holds the record for the most number one albums by a solo artist on the billboard 200. In 2017, Jay-Z became the first rapper to be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. His 2009 record with Alicia Keys, Empire State of mind, became something of a New York anthem. He's also known as Beyoncé's husband. Let's start with one of Jay-Z's signature songs, izzo, HOV a from his 2001 album, the blueprint. Welcome ladies and gentlemen to the 8th wonder of the world. The flow is century. Oh, it's timeless. Ho. Thanks for coming out tonight. You could have been anywhere in the world. But you're here with me. I appreciate that. Uh. H tuner is old V to the isane which is who my nizzle used to dribble down in VA was hurting them in the home of the turbans. Got it dirt cheap for them plus if they were short with cheese I would work with them bored and weed got rid of that dirt for them wasn't born hustlers. I was birthed in them H to the ISO V to the isane 'cause she's eat my nasi keep my arms so breezy. Can't leave rap alone the game leads me. Haters want me clap that chrome it ain't easy. Cops want to not be DA one O box me in, but somehow I beat them charges like rocky. 8 should have is old B to the is a not guilty. He does not feel me. It's not real to me. Therefore he doesn't exist so poof bamboo son of a bitch H to the zone B to the Z pushes on my nasal used to dribble down in VA H to the ISO P to the insane that's the anthem get your damn hands up H
The Officer Tatum Show
Trump Made a Fauci Mistake
"Doctor Fauci should never have been in a position that he was in. We can argue whatever point we can argue of that Trump didn't know whatever. When you got a man who get up and contradict what you just said, he get up there and tell the American people that we shouldn't wear masks, then tell everybody you have to wear masks, then he get on TV and say you need to wear three masks. And he never got fired from his post. Then he went on to work for Biden. Now, we can all say that maybe when Trump gets back in office, maybe you shouldn't have Doctor Fauci with you. Because you let him run the course when he was in the office. That's one of the gripes that I have about. You let him run the court. That dude ruined our country. And you let him get out there and talk. What should have happened was that Doctor Fauci, you sit over there in the corner. And you give me information that I want. And I'll tell the American people what they need to know. No, you don't get to do Q&A. No, you don't get to go on CNN and MSNBC and contradict the president of the United States of America. You will be fired.
The Officer Tatum Show
Lizzo and the Banner of Victimhood
"I want to get on lizzo a little bit. Because I don't want to get on lizzo, y'all know what I'm saying. I want to talk about lizzo. I don't want to get on lizzo and roll off and break my neck because that's a long fall. And I'm just kidding, y'all. I'm a Christian, so I don't forgive me for saying that. I'm joking. But lizzo and others like her are bizarre to me. You know, I'm successful. I'm a successful man in this country. I just so happen to be black. I don't think the white man is holding me back at any point, any if anything, the white man has helped me. I don't understand, I don't understand why people feel like they have to be a victim at all costs. You look at lizzo, who is the producer of her music company. I bet it ain't black. The VMAs. Private, you know, these people just date date what they do is they become very successful and they feel bad about their success. So they look down on other black people so they want to act like that they down with the posse by being stupid. They think y'all stupid, so they trying to relate to you. Because ain't no way in the world that woman is oppressed by anybody.
The Officer Tatum Show
Evictions Set to Rise in the Next Two Months
"Y'all remember, if I see, I'm not an oracle, I'm not saying I'm a prophet, but I think a little bit of common sense can go a long way. I remember saying this, a long time ago, back when they shut the country down and I'm still mad at Trump for certain country now because it is his fault to a certain degree. Yeah, he can be tricked or whatever the case might be, but he still understand business in the economy and he shut the country down. However, the country was shut down. The country was shut down, can you hear that Nick? The country was shut down and people were getting this diverted. Rent. Diverted mortgage, diverted rent, and I said, oh, that's cool. Except for the fact you're going to have to pay it back at some point. And what do you think people are going to do if you don't make them pay rent? And they ain't got no money anyway, 'cause they lost their jobs. Some of them lost their entire career and you divert and they don't make them pay rent. Of course they're gonna live there. And then when the time when it's time to pay up, what do you think you're gonna do? They ain't gonna pay you nothing. So according to the article about 8.5 million people are behind on rent 3.8 million renters are likely to be evicted in the next two months.
"lizzo" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"We may be disparate. We may be misfits everywhere else, but here were one dance the night away. Everybody came to how we played them here baby you're safe and I have to say that it's saccharine and cheesy as some of that may sound her personality overrides all quibbles that I have with this record. It's danceable. It's uptempo. It's a unifying message of powerful message at self empowering message. It's sort of feels like a record that's celebrating coming out of this period of the last two and a half years that have been really rough. And saying, we're going to get through this. Listen, if you can't find joy while listening to special, I don't believe you love music. You know, granted, as a big person, lizzo calls herself proudly a big girl to say a body acceptance and sexiness as a naked is not exclusive to supermodels. I'm predisposed to love that to begin with, but the mix of 70s disco, old school, Gloria Gaynor, right? 80s house music, Greg, something you and I love so deeply, as well as 80s synth pop, right? And then everything else in the kitchen sink in here. Yeah, lizzo can be cheesy. I think everybody's gay. Just skirts that line of cheese when she sings it's your birthday girl because you looking like a present. I was like, oh, really? All right, but I'm gonna give it to her because it's delivered with such passion and enthusiasm. And such a great musical setting. I haven't told you I'm going to ask you about this, but I want to ask you about this. I am a little disturbed by lizzo's frequent use of the B word. Now, to her, it is reclaiming what could be an insult and a horrible slur that is used all too often in the world of toxic masculinity to put women down. She is saying it's about strong girls, right? But she does that with the word in the track that we bumped with. And as a father of a daughter, you, the father of two daughters, as a professor, all right? Of many men, women and gender non binary students. It just bothers me. It's like lizzo, you're better than that. Why do you drop that word so often? You know, I hate to pin role model on any artist. Now I know you can't. You know, you can't be all things to all people. But she's carved out that role for herself. I think the way she sings at how she sings at who she sings it to is not meant to be as a put down. I know words can seep into the culture for the wrong reasons. Yeah. But I'm not going to hold her. Again, I don't have a huge problem with this particular usage of it in the context in which she is using it. And then context in all those is really important. So yes, you're coming down on the side that this is a hell of a record though. Yeah, absolutely. I love it. And very what's left. Is the. Evidence that's a track called pop song from the new perfume genius record ugly season, the 6 studio albums since 2010 from Michael Hadrian's AKA perfume genius, a bedroom artist, whose early recordings got critical acclaim. He started seeping things out there in 2010 and the next thing you know, getting rave reviews. Slowly expanded the palette in collaboration with his longtime collaborator Alan rifles and that third album too bright co produced by Adrian Utley, a Porter's head. Big breakthrough, a lot of audience expanded exponentially. And each record since then has received massive notices. The last perfume genius records sent my heart on fire immediately. That was indie rock cinematic event of 2020. Production and guitar from Blake mills, penal palladino on base, Jim keltner on drums. Now we have a new record from perfume genius called ugly season. We're going to talk about it in a second, but let me just say that this was originally composed as a musical accompaniment for a dance piece, the sun still burns here by Kate wallach. And now has been repurposed and expanded in the studio with rifles and Blake mills into what you're going to hear now. Here's a track from it. It is called hell bent from the new perfume genius record ugly season on sound dependence. Helping from this picture happen again. That is hell bent from perfume genius, the new album ugly season. It is Greg a dark and twisty and somewhat goth and indeed ugly album at times. There are also moments of real beauty. You know, I applaud Hadrian's fearlessness in talking about his sexuality, his struggle with Crohn's disease, domestic abuse, the dangers faced by gay men in our society. I applaud all that. I just don't like listening to it. This album gives me hives. I am sorry. I was struggling with this. We had a long lead time before we taped this review. So I was listening in depth over and over and over for three weeks and struggling to enunciate my problems with it. I keep seeing, I usually don't read reviews before we review something, but I kept seeing trying to make sense of ugly season. I kept seeing you compared to Björk. I don't hear that. I think the comparison is diamond galas. Especially the darkness on this record, right? Now the theatricality, the use of opera style vocals, the dark storm drawing of the music. The amount is an expert at that. There's also a sensuality and as a woman singing these songs of threat and desire. I just prefer her a million times over. To me, perfume genius is overwrought, it's pretentious, it's super heavy, maybe I'd understand it better if it was paired with that dance piece, the sun still burns here, but I don't do dance. What am I missing, brother? Why do I so dislike this album? Well, I understand what you're going for on the amount of galas comparison, although diamond, her voice is central to it. I mean, it's the main instrument on her. He's a virtuosic. She uses her voice in a way that's just unlike any other artist in the world. Hadrian's, on the other hand, he's burying his vocals for the first time on his records. This is the record where the confessional lyrics are subsumed by the music. The music itself is the thing here. And it's compositionally astute and beautiful. It's not song oriented record at all. These are not pop ditties meant to be played on the radio. This is a record that is meant to be sort of immersed in. I found it just staggeringly beautiful. And disturbing and really beautifully done. I mean, he and rifles and Blake mills, the three of them, you know, what they've done here is it's really stunning, I think. Pop song, kind of with quote Mark, right? Yeah. But it is the most beautiful song in the record, those falsetto vocals floating over the top of the instrumentation. Again, it really difficult to make out what he's singing about, but that's not the point. You're right about the whole idea. It should have been might have been better paired with the dance pieces, right? Yeah, because there's also a short film somewhere in this batch of releases. But the second half of the record, I think it's really, that's the peak for me that I and the wall song you as a psychedelic scholar. That's not that nearly 9 minutes of this. Unfolding psychedelic drama. I mean, I could see can or somebody like that doing something like this.
Pop Culture Happy Hour
"lizzo" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"You so I don't know if it's a cohesive album, but I also don't think that matters. I think with lizzo, it's the singles that matter. It's less about it being sort of regarded as a body of work. And I think more about could this song chart one day. As I was going through this album, I heard a lot of big occasion songs, like we heard birthday girl. So in that sense, I think it is very cohesive where once again, her personality and her ambitions and her voice are bigger than this room or the tiny ass desk I think as she called it. I mean, I think I had the same reaction, which I didn't feel as cohesive to me as a full album is 'cause I love you, dude. I really loved that whole album kind of as a piece. In addition to the moments that it brought out, this record for me does feel a little bit more like a collection of bursts of joy. That still means it is a collection of bursts of joy. And I can't wait to see the stardust from this record sprinkling out over the cultural landscape in the next however many years. Every time a lizzo song comes on the radio, I'm happier. Every time a lizzo song pops up in a commercial, I'm happier. Every time I run across a lizzo TikTok, I'm happier. And if that's the role that she plays, she's not quite such an album artist, all she does is just brighten the mood all the time. How dare you? How dare you? That's me makes it a smashing success. I think it feels a little bit safer. It feels a little bit less like it is going for hits than necessarily taking really big thematic swings. But it is enormously charming. I think she's great. I have been delighted to listen to this record all day. And, you know, that is a high compliment. Well, we want to know what you think about lizzo, find us on Facebook at Facebook dot com slash PCH. And on Twitter at PCH, that brings us to the end of our show. Christina Lee, thanks so much for being here. Thanks, Stephen. This episode was produced by Rommel wood in Candace Lim and edited by Jessica reedy. Hello, come in, provides the music you are bobbing your head to right now. Thanks for listening to pop culture happy hour from NPR. I'm Steven Thompson and we will see you all tomorrow when we'll be talking about the new Netflix film persuasion. Reveal the economic patterns all around us. While you swipe right and left, understand money better with the indicator, one of NPR's daily podcasts. More voices, all ears, NPR podcasts.
Pop Culture Happy Hour
"lizzo" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"You're special it's something that suits her now because she recently spoke with Angie Martinez talking about how she wants her music specifically to be useful. And she acknowledged the fact that that's a pretty unusual term to describe music. But I think going into this, we're very much aware of how she's here to kind of serve the listener uplift the listener. And that's like building off a themes that she's explored in the past, like with coconut oil, to the cause I love you, and now this here, her mission, I think, has remained the same. As far as execution goes, I feel like I am 50 50 on it. Like when we talk about the title track, I wasn't sure how big of a fan I was by the hook. I was actually kind of a little let down by it because I think lizzo can be like a really clever songwriter and she writes lyrics that are like sort of like instantly quotable whether in real life or on social media captions. And then to just hear that like, oh, you're special. It's kind of like, okay, okay. But I know there's another way that lizzo can put that. There's so many lyrics on here that throughout this album, I should say, that are like instantly relatable, but that do manage to also be super, super specific. And to be loved, she has a lyric that goes like, he called me melly, he squeezed my belly. I'm too embarrassed to say I like it. Like a lyric like that is like super, super specific. You know it's only coming from one person, but it's endearing. And I think that's like the difference between the lyrics on special that stand out. And the ones that are just kind of like, okay, like a lot of people maybe could have written that and aims to empower. But I feel like there are ways that lizzo specifically knows how to empower the listener. It's interesting, you know, when you talk about like, quote ability. Yeah. And one of her great gifts is not just the ability to kind of come up with a quotable turn of phrase or something. She didn't leverage TikTok by accident. My experience, the first time I listened to this record, you know, I push play and right before I push play, I thought, I wonder what moments from this record are going to become tomorrow's inescapable TikTok excerpt, right? Because it's not just about coming up with the hit single. It's coming up with a hit 15 seconds. I now want to play you the first 15 seconds of the first song on this record. The song is called the sign, and tell me if you think this might work on TikTok. I've been hosting 2020. I've been twerking and making movies is called healing and I feel better since you see. It's called healing. And I laugh out loud. Right? And I just thought, boy, this just birthed the next 6 months of tiktoks, right? Well, what are those tiktoks going to look like? Are they going to walk us through our morning routines? Are we going to roll out of bed and then hit the ninja blender? Yeah, I think it's interesting. When I hear that lyric, the first time I thought it was an apt reflection of how I saw lizzo on TikTok. So maybe once again is something better going on, but I started following her on that platform during the pandemic and that's basically what she was doing the whole time that she wasn't working. She was literally making smoothies. She had gone vegan to some criticism from folks because when you go vegan, you really can't make anybody happy. Lizzo's at her best when she leans into that when she understands that the super specific can also be super relatable because she doesn't know who she's reaching with that lyric. But yeah, I feel you. I mean, I have done very little twerking during the pandemic and I still felt seen. Exactly though. Exactly. She's looking out for you Steven. Did you feel like it worked for you as a cohesive album? Or did it feel to you more like a collection of singles and or viral moments? And kind of does it matter? That's a really good question. I think special does reinforce a playbook that we're now seeing with lizzo, which is somebody who is ruthlessly efficient and wants to deliver the hits. And however that may come across like she's going to go for it. And so when I'm thinking about how it sounds, one thing about special is that aside from a moment here or there, the production references are less specific than what she's done in the past, whereas I think with because I love you, she was channeling prints and she was featuring Missy Elliott. I feel like with this one, even with songs like about damn time, yes, it features chic style guitars, but who hasn't channeled Niall Rogers over the past ten or 15 years, you know? It does it so well though. I love that song. I know. Right, but that's lizzo's touch. So I guess like as far as a production standpoint, there was only like a handful of moments. I think that really stood out to me as like, oh, this is like lizzo's personal stamp. I would say those moments are girls where she flips the song girls by Beastie Boys, the original core being like this classic like boys will be boys anthem and she kind of turns that
Pop Culture Happy Hour
"lizzo" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Right it's about their time lizzo is officially back with special which features about damn time and 11 other songs about love, affirmation, friendship, empowerment, and confidence. So we're recording this episode Friday afternoon, so we've only spent a few hours with this album, Christina, give me your initial thoughts on special. Well, I figured either way this was going to be a super surreal moment because as you're listing all these different accolades, I'm thinking back to when I first started paying attention to lizzo, which was actually in 2017, so this was after her coconut oil EP, which I think is important to mention because it sort of set the template for all the hits that were to come. That's where you hear the song worship. That's where you hear the song good as hell. So between my girlfriends and I, we always thought that she had the spunk and the potential to just make it big, but we were just waiting for the rest of the world to catch up. No, so obviously that moment has already happened and was special, like you said, Steven, I think she's trying to maintain her staying power and it feels surreal because we're really having to reckon with lizzo as a hit making machine, you know. First time second time, third time now, like she's a certifiable hitmaker and you can hear those tendencies throughout this particular album. So I guess like my first impressions are that honestly I feel like this isn't going to be the first time that either of us hear any of these songs. Yeah. Yeah, I had a very similar reaction. And I think I got into lizzo around the same time you did. Good as hell was a song that really jumped out of the speakers. She had that song truth hurts, which eventually became this massive, massive, massive viral hit, came out in like 2017 and percolated for like two years thanks to TikTok. She's been around for a while and had this long bubbling up period she had this enormously charming Twitter thread about what she would do if she were the musical guest at the Super Bowl halftime show. That caused me to completely and inescapably fall in love with her. And so she's had these wonderful victory laps that have been really enormously pleasing to watch and now this record is how do you sustain it? There's a big difference between being a plucky rising artist being up for best new artist at the Grammys, you know, how for many years into your career. And being where she is now where she has been coronated. She is now a big star about damn time is another huge hit. So lightning is definitely striking again for her. Right. I had the same experience you did listening to this record of like, oh, I'm hearing these songs for the first time of many. Many. And I mean, there's a track on this album called to be loved parentheses, am I ready? And within the first minute of the song, I was like, oh, I am hearing something I'm going to hear many, many times. Let's actually hear a little bit of it. On the other hand, I know my words and now he calling me why do I feel like this one happened to me oh oh oh am I that's an all purpose banger. That dance clubs that's car speakers that's TikTok that's YouTube. That's wherever you get your songs. You forgot sep aerobics though. That's where my mind instantly went to, which is interesting because a separate aerobics kind of had its TikTok moment as well. So it's kind of like coming back into Vogue, but that's the first thing I thought of. I was like, this is a step aerobics anthem, which, you know, coming after juice, I feel like she's always kind of toyed with 80 style production in the past, but here she just kind of went for it, a 1000%. I was with you within the first 30 seconds of hearing that. I was like, okay, she's really, really gunning for it. And it's interesting to hear this because, like you said, Steven, there's a key difference between when you're somebody who's like plucky and who's chasing after fame and somebody who's experienced it, I should preface all this to say that there was a song last year rumors came out featuring Cardi B, where she let know that she kind of had this ship on her shoulder. She's answering to all the criticism that she's kind of dealt with the pitfalls of fame essentially. And I remember that song kind of made me feel a little bit like I wasn't a 100% enthused about it just because like, I don't know, it just felt like it was more for her than really for us where I don't know. I feel like lizzo is really generous as a songwriter a lot of times where I feel like she sets out to empower and uplift. So coming after rumors, I wasn't entirely sure what to expect from her. But going into this album, there's maybe like one trace of that where she sort of acknowledges, I guess, the space that she's in right now. She acknowledges the fact that she's famous. I think it's in the title track where she talks about, you know, how can you cancel a girl when she just wants to change or something like that. But really other than that, she kind of has her eye on the prize and she's like, okay, I got to deliver these big songs for these big moments and just keep the Grammys coming, essentially. I think it's really useful to juxtapose rumors against this record because rumors is not on this album. And I had kind of the same reaction that you did Christina, where I was like, lizzo can be very meta. Lizzo is very much commenting on her own life and her own experiences. I'm not necessarily looking to her for what are your experiences with fame. And I think that this record very smartly pivots away from that. And the fact that the album is called special and the title track which you mentioned is called special. So many of her songs are about self affirmation and overcoming self doubt, but special is your special. It is a song to the listener, affirming your special, you are important, your presence is appreciated. You are loved. And that is a very different vibe than she was kind of hinting that she might be heading. And I think it works for her really, really well.
"lizzo" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Brown. Yeah, yeah. Boy, I thought you said that. Get out of here, get out of my house, yeah. I got scared. No. Yes, mister Brown in the browning. Is my first band director. And he was the band director of the young blood intermediate school band concert band and jazz band. Give it to him. And he made us so cool. We were the best. He would call us the baddest band in the land, which I think like as a 12 year old playing an instrument. You're like, really? You know? And he made it very cool to be in band where you don't hear that actually, synonymous with being in band at that age, you hear band geek band nerd. But like, it was like, no, at our school, it was like, we're playing songs off the radio. We're playing biggie smalls. We're playing hits. We got choreography. We're on the local news playing, talking about chocolate chip cookies and milk. Stop it. You know what I'm saying? Like, we really did that. And I feel like he made me fall in love with music. One of the best teachers I've ever had in my entire life. And I started playing the flute with him. I was gonna ask you, so like, was that just like, all right, everybody pick an instrument or somebody suggests that like, 'cause that was a big moment in your life, the fact that you ended up doing the flute instead of anything else. How did that happen? Almost like so important that if we were doing a movie of my life, that's like a pivotal scene, right? The scene where you panic. The music swells. I, yeah, I was chosen, which is so ridiculous to say, but it's like, I really was chosen. It was ridiculously cliche. Everyone else got to pick their instruments. A lot of the kids were like, oh, I want to play drums, or I don't want to play tuba, whatever. And there was one other person that was mister Brown and there was a lady. She was the flute specialist. There was no specialist for any other instrument..
"lizzo" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Church, you catch the spirit and you run around and it's the music that drives that. Of course, it's God and it's the connection to God and the word, but there ain't nothing like a doom. It's a really gets you to elevate and I remember being exposed to that, especially a young age, and then there's praise and worship music and the reverence of a choir singing quietly and harmony and feeling like outside of your body and connected to a higher source. I think that's where my music. It's not even like where it began. I was born into it. Like woven in my DNA. Now were you allowed to listen to other kinds of music at home? No, I wasn't for first ten years of my life. I was listening to the wine and we listened to Steve Steve was cool. You know what I mean? But it was strictly gospel music. Clark sisters. Yeah, we weren't able to really listen to radio or secular music or devil music. And so when that other world of music opened up to you, I guess you were old enough to be allowed to do it or you just did it because you wanted to, whatever, I have read, I'm going to just say three examples that I've heard were big for you and then correct me obviously if it's wrong, but Destiny's Child. Queen Latifah. And most of all, maybe I'm looking at a beautiful picture of you two right now. Missy Elliott? Yes. Why were they so powerful and influential for you? I'm gonna start with Queen Latifah because she was more than like a musical influence. Obviously because she really her rap rain kind of had transitioned into TV and just being a household name when I was a kid when I was a baby too. So it was more of her existing that had an effect on me and how multifaceted and how everything she is and also it was the only celebrity that people would say I looked like. You know, I will say I'm looking when I came in today. This People magazine cover of yours. I don't know, I honestly thought for a second. I thought it was so, I mean, what a powerful ode to representation, having a celebrity was like, you look like Quinn let's see if I'm like, wow, I look like somebody. And I think that that was really special for me as a kid..
"lizzo" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"I've heard I heard her so I didn't know it was her I mean I knew she was a famous singer in all but I don't really listen to it I should listen to more tunes but I don't She had this song where apparently in the song she talks about spazzing out which is something people have said for decades But of course the language police on the left are like lizzo The keep in mind they don't have any problem dropping end bombs and rap songs After police coming straight from the underground that's okay That's fine That's fine Kill that Ho and this bee and this end and I'm gonna start slinging crack That's okay But lizzo says spazzing out is like the levels I know I can't have that That's ableist I was like what the hell is even April What are you even talking about What are you even talking about So the left canceled lizzo who I assure you is a devout leftist Why Because if they tried to cancel Kid Rock who said that this all Kid Rock back That's funny By the song here you dances That's what happens They find power in this Where is this going Why am I bringing this up today Because I read Jim did you read it Usually see a little bit of it The intercept article It is the you're not agree It is the single greatest piece about this You've ever seen There's an article in the intercept Here's the headline It's in my newsletter today bungeo dot com slash newsletter if you want to subscribe it's free It's called elephant in the zoom Meltdowns have brought progressive advocacy groups through a standstill at a critical moment in world history Ladies and gentlemen by Ryan Grimm It is the single greatest piece about leftist cannibalism You will ever read It's in my newsletter where you can just go direct The intercept is a left leaning outlet by the way I want you to read this piece because everything I predicted is coming true It talks about how these leftist environmental groups pro abortion groups these anti life groups how they can not get a damn thing done because they sit in these diversity meetings all day calling each other racist You're a race I hope we're giving away car You get a racist label You get a racist label You get a racist label to it is the greatest article ever I'll read a little bit from it coming up after the break but you know dot com slash newsletter go there now read this piece printed I'm telling you the destruction and the culture wars are beginning to turn in our favor We'll be right back.
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"lizzo" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"It's not good that lizzo put extra weight on during the fucking holidays. And it ain't good to ride a ride stat. She actually celebrated her recent weight gain with a sexy video they call posted to her Instagram. Lizzo, who's 33. She's a young kid. I gain weight. I look the fuck good. No, you don't, honey, you don't. And she's dancing, trying to be sensual and her bathroom to the song rodeo by city girl. She's wearing a brown body suit that shows off her horrifying fat. The story calls it her curvy figure. Who do you want to believe? Me or the fucking media. It's not a curvy figure or elephant's Kirby? Now they're fat. This is not a, I'm not talking down about people with weight issues, but don't come on social media and act like this is the way it is. You all should be like me. No. No. She's moving her hips and circles. She turns around to show off her asshole and then she comes to the camera and gives an up close look at the eye makeup she's wearing. That's about the only thing I can take. I mean, and then the followers, this is the problem. People check social media. People don't check their family anymore. It used to be that people who sat around your kitchen table meant everything to you. They were the people whose words you lived in died on. Not these fucking strangers that you'd never met a 100 million fucking strangers that you'd never met suddenly. Happy weight. I know that's right. Your makeup is amazing. Oh my God, I love you, lizzo. You look beautiful. No, no. No, she doesn't.
103.5 KISS FM
"lizzo" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Lizzo is buying lunch for healthcare workers across Oklahoma City to show her appreciation. For those working on the front lines of the pandemic. So Integris Health shared a post on Facebook, saying Lizzo provided lunch for frontline caregivers at Integris Southwest Medical Center, and she's doing it for hospitals around the country. The post run thank you, Liz. Oh, and thank you to all of our frontline caregivers for their consistent drive to provide quality care to our patients. Lizzo also bought lunch for more than 200 frontline workers at Mercy Hospital in Oklahoma City. So she's doing a lot of good for our beloved Health care work. Very cool. Yes. Reaching the age of 100 is pretty amazing in itself, especially if you're in good health and good spirits. However, this woman at the age of 98 94 days a great grandmother. Her name is Edith Merwe. Uh, Trina. She already had a Guinness world record as the oldest female competitive powerlifter under her belt. Whoa! And she successfully dead lifted £150 to do it that will be featured The Guinness World Records 2022 Edition 98 Power lifter and she gets her friends, I guess to come along with us. She didn't want to go by herself, so she dragged her friend kicking and screaming all the way. More or less how she got there. I see all these other ladies lifting weights. It looked interesting. I picked up a couple of weights and before long here, she is never too late to start a hobby. That's that's quite the hobby. I love it. Howard left her at 90. I'm not a power lifter at 40. She's a power lifter at 98 years old. The Friday throwback dance party DJ Erotic two minutes away after Olivia Rodrigo 135 for you after she's done really easily find a girl and it only took a couple weeks. Remember one You said that you wanted to give me.
"lizzo" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Stew. I Have you heard of Lizzo? Heard of Lizzo. I set a new variant. No, she don't know. Do you isn't variant, The Lizzo variant is going around. Um, can you just play a little bit of this great song? Because this is a beautiful song. I hmm. They found this here. What the hell? My phone. What the hell? My phone. Where the hell my? What the hell? My phone, huh? How imposed to get home? Uh, what the hell? My phone. What the hell? My Okay, stop. I don't want to play too much of it, because too much of a good thing. Yeah, I was at the point. I almost had too much of a good thing. Yeah. I've got a few comments on this song. Well, maybe get to that. This our next. Please tell me she finds her phone. Well, I don't want to. I don't want to spoil want to spoil it for you. Okay, um, really factor. This shouldn't be a hard question to answer. How many days a week do you wake up feeling like somebody's, you know, stuck a brick in a sock and beat you with it during the night. How many times it's a really easy 12 to 14? Yeah, week. Uh huh. So how many times do you get up feeling that way? If the answer is more than one Let's see if we can get you out of that. Nobody wants to be beaten with a brick in a sock at night. What would you give to not feel like that? How about $20.20 dollars to see if you can stop feeling that way? Three weeks $20 and you can find out if you can be out of pain or not. It's relief factor. They have a trial period of three weeks. You take it three times a day breakfast, lunch and dinner. And within three weeks you're going to know Is it going to work for you or not take it as directed 70% of the people go on to order more, but you'll know it in three weeks. Relief factor dot com. Get your life back 805 183 84 Beat it back with us brick in a sock Its relief factor dot com.
Mojo In The Morning
"lizzo" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning
"Swears more dan dan. Why just cars tucson base time her and wake her up at some. Ungodly hour is like i feel you cardi b. because when face time and i'm still in bed it better be an important. Somebody better be better calming after. She thought like the songs not coming out or something because she was like henna. I get the feeling that most artists that you encounter or celebrity or whatever that they love you. because i don't know people that don't love you Have have you ever encountered somebody that was cold at all or has have you been pretty well received by by most of your peers. No i'm pretty well received. I mean there's the obvious like before my mainstream success. There have been times where i feel like people looked at me. Like what is she doing here. You know But other than that like everybody kind of embraces me. Now that the world knows who i am. That's pretty cool now. Do do you legally go by liz. Like do you call up. And if you're you're open table on your app like my zoom said my real name. My open table says my real name to is your open table. Say liz oh so if you wanna book a table they know what you I don't put my own tables really poor dash like on your door. They all of that everyday. Wherever you deal door bashes a fake name. It's fake news. I was going to ask you the documents. All have you ever had it where you know how they send you the thing saying it's been left there in a picture of it. Have you ever had it where you opened up the door and that bastard still there you get caught. Yeah they're still there and they never gotten a photo of me but they people no one has to this day. Dropped off food to me. Because i run down and grab it from them. They've never been like. Hey you're you're not having. So maybe it's because i'll be looking crazy when i run and get my food but nobody has done that to me. Yeah it's crazy. Because i used to listen was my nickname right and i've had it since middle school so i'm so used to it that it used to be my delivery. Name used to be delivering. Eliza at this address like people didn't give back then they were just like okay. Some some chick name lonzo. And then i think at one point. It started to be like eliza. Like eliza and i'm like oh i gotta change where if you open the door open wide enough where they see all those grammy's behind you on the wall and stuff then they're gonna start expecting one hundred dollar tip you know. It's okay not someone. Just i have like blasts right here and someone just dropped off food and he looked in and i was just sitting here doing interviews. Like i'm like i'm sure he knows something's up. He's thinking that you're working from home. You're one of those people. Hey i don't want to keep you too long. So i know you got a bunch of other interviews and things to go to detroit. Give give us something personal about the city family members that might live there that they might be able to to here and say all right. I gotta shout out or something. Well i just wanna i start off saying what up till two detroit in my entire family. Who lives in detroit and surrounding areas. I want to start out so my cousin kooky i know he'd be mad at me. Sometimes because i'm always working on the internet will poop you know. God loves me. I want to shut up to. This is fun. i want to start out. So mu and baba. Oh my god south well who else shot onto. Man recipes oxy carmen. You are forever loves. I missed you. shut out so my cousin pu. Who's in la right now. Working with me on my tv. Show and shout out to all of the kirkwood's in johnson's and some jefferson's this jefferson's out there. Love you touring sometime soon. Are you gonna feel comfortable getting back on stage again with. I feel like safety is number one for me. I can't wait to tour. I believe in the world. I believe in america to get through this like in essence the nation to get through this. I think that we will assume as we are clear to go on tour by being. I love it all right. Well listen i. I'm glad i made it through this entire thing. I didn't have like a belt or something that came out. I appreciate it. I hope i didn't offend anybody with with my my flatulence shoe but spike spike have sparked story. I need you rumors about me that is. We wouldn't confirm. I couldn't conferment a lady doesn't fart. I feel like it was a unicorn. Glitter was out in the air. You know what some ladies do but this lady. Hey we love you so much we. That's right now my my rumor. There you go okay bye. We love you take care bye..
Mojo In The Morning
"lizzo" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning
"You'll hear it throughout the day on this station here it's mojo in the morning. We had an opportunity to talk to. Liz oh we actually did a zoom with her gosh early in the week in the afternoon and this was at the moment that we found out that cardi was going to be on liz. Oh song rumors and there's some interesting things that happen during this zoom who would love you to take a listen to it. Children should probably not. It was cool. It was fun. Can you hear me hold on. I got changed my name because my my real name is on this thing. It was like way. It's got my social security number two. Hold on hold on before you take it down. Let me just get the last four digits nine five five. Say by the way i have to. I have to tell you. I'm really worried about this interview. I just went to lunch with spike. And i have the worst gas right now and god i am. I am praying that in the middle of this thing that if our. I'm now the reason that we're in different studios right now. Yes can you. We're actually all in the same building. But we're actually shannon's at home spike and understand billy. He wouldn't sit across from me. Are i'll say this. You know utmost respect. You look like a fighter i am. You look like a fighter because then you'll smile afterwards and be like. That's actually the thing i i kinda like squint. My eyes a little bit. You know. But i have to tell you that the weirdest is my watch just told me i need to stand up that i've been sitting too long. I'm afraid to stand up. I'm sorry okay bobble in there and you stand up on. That one is on the edgy. Your cheeks like not one is inside. But when you've already got a push it out and you kinda just kinda hot dog in it back in and out here. i don't stand up row. We got each other on this one. I'm gonna bring this. I never brought it up on the radio before. But last time we had liz o- on was when she headlined the mo- pop festival here in detroit. A few years back and meghan. I came back station. You were so gracious. You had us in your trailer. We hung out while you and you weren't even liz. Oh then i think you are. Melissa jefferson because your mom was there and your old friends from the neighborhood were there and it was like half a detroit was backstage seeing you. We were all eating while we're talking you. And i think i might have heard eliza fart back there but i didn't say anything sessional kim crazy. I would never food at that backstage area. So but i wasn't sure i couldn't confirm so i didn't say anything. I didn't embarrass you. You're so nice to float sounds come out of my credit or do you try to pass it off to somebody out here fun facts. I was the kid that i wouldn't even burp around. My family and my family would burt. And i will be like i would hold my nose in. Roll down the window. And i'd be like a lady doesn't birth i am so i mean i'm a virgo moon. So i'm just like super coy about things that come out of my body like that like i like to smell good. If you see me sweating. I know you. Didn't you know what i mean so not. I don't think i've been in that situation where it's like whoops i did it you know but if i did i wouldn't blame it on someone else. I would tell you that. I dealt it that by the way. You're very honest. Thank you for that not by the way you look so you look so beautiful. I like hair and did you do makeup today. For this thing in the nails goes nails. Show those nails off to gosh. Are you kidding me. it's my. It's my rumours now so it says the finger it's out of focus out of focus. And you did that on your instagram. And i saw your nail so long. I was like how does she. Wiper booty with those big nail hung. They were like this. I didn't i didn't wipe my ass for a week. Chunks of like goals in crazy. I know your record record labels loving every minute of this before we talk before we go get into all the rumors and the unbelievable guests that you're going to have on your song. I want to ask you a quick question. This has been like the big deal. That's been going around. Like the last two weeks. Ever since ashton kucher meal meal. Tunis talked about it. How how many days a week do you shower or not shower. How many days of being we yes. Did you hear those guys. They all said that. They said that they only shower like once or twice a week when they smell the stink. They know it's ten. Okay so i have to. I have. I have to preface this with that may be good for the environment. I'll put that out there but for this environment. It's not good and my ju- if we did not have plumbing. Indoor plumbing and allah was a river. Maybe i'll be at that river three times a day with a loofah in a soap with the lasser. I have a rag for my ass a loser for my body. I have a a rack from face. A share a chevy from face. You know what i'm saying. I got the scrub. I've got the so about the bar. Got wash a hope this special things that you put in certain areas so there. I don't push okay now. That i have to. If i have to get into this i have a yoni jail. And it's seamus and you put it on well between me and you. Let's just say you put it on the right. Yeah and then. It's mostly just water for the. I have a lip. It's yoni it's yoni jail and that's supposed to ship because you're about to get an endorsing way to say. Are we still talking about. Are we still talking about down there because you're pointing the here. I know we're this is radio. Friendly need camera by the way by the way this is this is going to be. This is going to be the interview. That's going to take off the air. The unbelievable career that i've had my entire life and liz. Oh it's going to be the last my last hurrah. Also you started about talking about farts. True thomas bush interview right. Where did you think we were going to go. It was only down ill from me all right so we. We gotta talk about rumors. Okay so how is it that the fcc is going to allow a song with liz. Oh and cardi b. to be on the radio tell us about this because it's literal swiss cheese. We're going to have to turn it into sewing we i. I made a clean version for the song. I don't know if this is like you know. Artists are supposed to talk about this but we made a clean version and that was epping hard. I look. I can't even get through explaining the clean version without cussing for me. I wish that people could hear the song the way i wanted to. But i also understand. Completely why i have to say frick instead of say smash drake instead a break. You know what i'm saying there for the song comes out. Same day vast. Sodas can you give us a hand at what music video we're gonna get in see so we literally like this is one of the largest budgets that atlantic records his ever had to foot because we literally built a time machine. We went back in time. And like trust me getting the crew and the cameras back in time was a headache but we all got there and we shot this music video in real time in the past so i hope you guys enjoy it. You know did use the time travel. Sickness.