19 Burst results for "Michelle Kim"

Colin Mulholland

Hacking Your Leadership

01:11 min | 4 months ago

Colin Mulholland

"On this episode I WanNa Recognize Colin Mulholland. Collins. Title is the Enterprise Change. Management Global Practice leader of change healthcare. Colin has some great posts. On his Lincoln page, it has been a guest on a few podcasts sharing his views on Change Management Co, creating shared vision, aligning goals and embedding continuous feedback. I appreciate counts thoughts on how to have a systemic approach to creating efficiencies while including the voice of the employees and customers I also appreciate his definition of a system as the shared behaviors, beliefs and sumptious of a team, and that anyone on the team is in the system. In recent posts Colin shared and I quote when we show up with a willingness to listen openness to learn encouraged to co create together. We are better when we attempt to coerce or change others we are doomed to lose trust, and our best will not be accomplished. Grateful to learn from a comprehensive approach by Michelle, Kim to navigate during traumatic times key takeaway know that your team will remember your compassion, but they will also remember your silence. So. I highly recommend checking collins content in as usual is the links to is linked in profile in the episode notes Great Job Colin and thanks for helping others to Hashtag be a better leader.

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"michelle kim" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:01 min | 6 months ago

"michelle kim" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Was. You know a baby's breath away from getting voted out And so she kinda got that experience early on she got humbled really quickly by this season so I think she I would also put her in that category just because she was so close being limited me. She was walking around the Allen and no one talked to her without my next question for you. Can you get that experience Having not lost the game where could you be blindsided and have an ally go home or have an idol played in a way the urine expect to learn that lesson without having lost? Yeah I think you absolutely. Can I think you absolutely can? And I think it's important that it happens for those for those winners who have never been voted out and who have never really come close to getting voted out. It's important that it happens early in the season I think too. Yeah because I know that I personally just from my experience just to add to that where I I played one season where everything went my way. You know nothing. That happened surprised me and I went all the way you know as far as I can go until I didn't win the last challenge and then I really was thrown for a loop. When the second time I've played that I had no idea what was going on and I know that it's it's really humbling. Right like Whoa it. It's Yeah I think it just goes to show. I think it's really easy. My guess would be there certain winners out there who have never been voted off. Who have basked in the glory of winning because there is some glory in winning right like you you do get our and Simpson glory in it. And so then like you know you come back to play and you feel like you're the best player in the world you know like maybe a player but I don't know so we have been who are all the people who have not been voted out so nick. Michelle Kim and Denise but the interesting thing about that list with the exception of Kim Ben Nick and Michelle have been considered much like myself in Sophie not top to your winners so there is still a humbleness for them that they A they carry so I mean. It's a complex question. I think it's person to person that's a question that we should probably ask down. When the seasons all over because earn players will find will find ignorance to be bliss and play loosely in a way that they should in some people will play to loosely in get bitten from it are. This is so wonderful to connect with you because that this is a monumental week where we've had so many things come full circle with the survivor and it was a few years ago. I believe was six years ago that you and I actually did a recap of the first episode of survivor. Kagi on do you remember that back in February of twenty fourteen? I don't remember the details of it but I I can't remember. I can't remember who got voted out. Okay well it was. It was a double episode. Where David Samson and Garett Edelstein went out in a two hour episode. And you and I broke it all down back. On February twenty seventh twenty fourteen and one of the highlights of that episode was that we said it had his newcomer on the survivor block. Tony Vlachos and he ended up finding a hidden immunity idol in that episode. And for the very first time we heard. This clip is huge. I do ooh. Is.

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"michelle kim" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"michelle kim" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"You need to have the courage to look at the world from alternative points of view and not be offended when you disagree speak for yourself. Isn't your twitter facebook or instagram feed s._f. Y tells you what you need to hear and not what you want so welcome aboard buckle. I love all right. I'm jason whitlock. He's marcellus wiley. I've been to your house then do yes. Sir i want to speak for yourself. The most fairly show in sports boards we start today with the cowboys you ever see the movie kramer versus kramer marceau law school the classic about divorce and child custody star dustin. It's an hoffman meryl streep real tearjerker but it did far more than tug at your heartstrings. It made you think about gender roles in a marriage and what's what's really important. In life kind of like all the drama surrounding the dallas cowboys and new contracts. America's team is his hit. A new is a new you hit movie cowboy versus cowboy starring zeke hoffman and dextra. The salary cap is the baby. They're fighting over at one time. Dakyns kinsey were the perfect couple they were baraka michelle kim and kanye jay and bay cameron hall not but now this is headed toward john and lorena bobbitt sunny share. I contain me and tamarin halls twitter d._m._z. Ice cold. Maybe people can't see the big picture yet. It's like in the early scenes of kramer versus kramer. You couldn't see where the movie was really going. You couldn't see all the points would make and the gigantic plot twist at the end but the ingredients are there cowboys. President steven jones lay down some additional plot points yesterday when he claimed the running bark market reset when embel- signed his new deal with the jets jones's point is that zeke should ignore the money todd gurley got an accept the fact that even after sitting out the entire season. Jim bell had to accept a lesser deal then girlies. Here's what stephen jones. Mrs zeke has more leverage than lady on bells. Pittsburgh holdout failed because ben rothlisberger can stand on his own two feet without latvian bell. The same cannot be said confidently ab- dak prescott scott. I've been repeating myself for the past month. Zeke is in a contract dispute with deck nigeria stephen jones. This is cowboy away. Versus cowboy running backs playing alongside the thirty million dollar quarterbacks. Can you name the running backs for these quarterbacks russell wilson ben rothlisberger aaron in roger carson wentz matt ryan see when they pay you thirty million dollars. They're saying you don't need ezekiel. Elliott lehrman bell todd gurley or melvin gordon in in the backfield. This dat needs e did sunny needs share wounded knee tina i then we did we not find out at the conclusion kramer versus kramer that that little boy needed his daddy more than his mama. Dak prescott is meryl. Streep zeke is going to hold <unk> out until zach walks his ass and jerry's office ale and admits he'll take twenty seven or twenty eight million dollars a year so the cowboys can pay zeke what he's worth. You've seen this movie before. I know audience are joining the deaths now or fox sports n._f._l. Analyst reggie bush t._j. Who's been zodda ourselves australia. Does zack does dak gives zeke. More leverage than labia bell had no not even close. Let's just it. Was this break this down. This is down to the to the elements. Zeke has no leverage on his own. You walk into my office. Say i'm on a rookie deal but i'm great..

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"michelle kim" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"michelle kim" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And now we have an update on this story joining us live. From the newsroom he would use Kim Glovas they'll Michelle the latest is the suspect is now facing charges involving three victims Warrington police Lieutenant, Robert, met it says Forty-one-year-old Scott Raila of Horsham was arrested today after a thorough review of. Surveillance tape from the target store on eastern road the. Video was from last Thursday managed to get the entire video From target and able to link. Him up to entire activity within our target met it says in the meantime another report had surfaced in, Langhorne which occurred Monday he says the number of victims. Now we have three we charge for a indecent assault contact that occurred in language. Target Raila faces charges of two counts of indecent assault three counts of corruption, of. Minors and. One count of indecent assault with a victim under thirteen years of age his status. Now at Warminster police department being processed, and he'll do video Raymond from there a bail be set and you'll either be released on bail, or he will go up two bucks county correctional. Facility met it says the surveillance video system and target was. Instrumental in identifying the suspect and also finding his crimes in the Langhorne store Michelle Kim. Glovas joining us, live from the, newsroom Kim our thanks a thirty eight year old bucks county man is charged with homicide by vehicle for deadly crash. Three weeks ago that killed a sixty seven year old Bethlehem woman And seriously, injured a little boy and joining us on reporter's roundup for now Would it be suburban bureau chief to nowhere Gene documents witness told police on July, thirty first around ten thirty AM dodge forty five hundred. Dump truck was speeding north on eastern road when it ran a red light and, slammed into the passenger side of a minivan trying to make a left turn onto old eastern road sixty eight year old Jeannette Campbell in the passenger seat, of that minivan was killed in the crash a six year old in the, backseat of the minivan. Suffered a fractured skull a skull and jaw while the driver of the minivan in two other children in the backseats suffered minor injuries charges. Were filed today against thirty eight year old. Thomas Everett the driver of the. Dump truck according to those charging documents ever it was on the phone with, an employee at the time of the. Crash the criminal complaints has ever told police the van made, a left turn, directly in front of him and he says, he felt, like he stood on the brakes but investigators say surveillance video from the area shows the mini van was stopped at the, light and, made the turn when it's light turned green and that video shows the light in the other. Direction was read for eleven seconds before ever allegedly ran it. Going fifty miles, per hour into the intersection and it. Says there's no evidence ever? Hit his brakes Pirate prior to the, crash witnesses say they did not see brake lights on the, truck before, the collision crash reconstruction experts as Everett went nine excuse me seven hundred ninety seven feet while facing that red light and, he did, not break until point four seconds prior to the collision and there was no steering input until point six seconds before the crash Everett's charged with homicide by. Vehicle aggravated assault reckless endangerment and handful of summary offenses Would it be suburban bureau chief. Jim Melwert Jim thank you so much baseball's controversial all-time hit leader planning a public? Appearance in Philadelphia this. Ball and joining us now reporter's roundup, to discuss it abuse Mike DeNardo Michelle this'll be the first time Pete Rose. Has a public appearance in Philadelphia since. Last August when the Phillies cancelled roses wall of, fame induction after a statutory. Rape allegations surfaced against, him this time it's a traveling show that visits about twenty. Cities a year it'll be at the Liacouras center on. October twentieth what will people, who pay forty nine dollars a PC we asked executive producer j. t. Stewart he and I sit on stage. And tell, stories about his playing career people he played with some of the great and what about those allegations that surfaced and roses defamation. Suit against special counsel John Dowd Stuart says, don't expect to hear much about them that matter than settled, he sued John Dowd, and the matter was settled So it's probably irrelevant to is playing career course Roze, remains banned, from the. Game for betting. On baseball but Michelle anyone? Who, wants to, pay, to see him here. Their chance, would us Mike DeNardo, my thanks so much you're, listening to reporter's roundup with. Civil they've Philadelphia's most trusted radio news, staff for, the. Second time in as many. Days Philadelphia teenagers shot this time in the chest and police say a fourteen year old is responsible adding to the overall increase in shootings across our city. Gotta be scripture Joe Hansen covering this for us and has more on. How thirties are ramping up efforts to combat the violence Michelle they should be preparing? For school but instead. A fifteen year old boy is in, the hospital fighting for his life after being shot in the chest late last. Night police have arrested a fourteen year. Old and they are investigating this as a possible, accidental shooting this comes a. Day after we spoke, about the fourteen year old shot in the neck yesterday in. North Philadelphia yours Commissioner Richard.

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"michelle kim" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"michelle kim" Discussed on KPCC

"So what are you hear musically performance wise about what beyond say and j or doing on this record that may be different from what she was doing on lemon eight or he was doing on four forty four song features two members of the migo still linda rock group features cueva and offset and it's produced by ferraro and i think it's really exciting because beyond say has always been a rapper but in her own melodic way and now i think she's really leaning into this rap persona where she's just spitting bars really in the pocket and kind of like being more aggressive about it certainly references that seemed slightly veiled about artists including drake kanye west but they're very specific dimensions of things like the grammys and the super bowl how many scores are settled on alba even if it's not entirely clear what score is being settled jay cheesy and beyond say seem kind of allusive and they're not going to go on the record about a lot of things in interviews but then when you listen to the actual album they're going to settle the scores so yeah j admitted that he declined to perform at the super bowl he said you need me i don't need you one of the other things that's notable white lemonade and four forty four this album was first released exclusively on title which is a streaming service that's near and dear to the j and beyond say household now everything is love is available on spotify and apple music what did they have to say in the album about streaming and what does the release of this record suggest about their views on streaming their previous albums lemonade and for forty four title exclusives and everything has loved on the first day was also title exclusive basically on one of the songs beyond says i don't give you about dreaming numbers adama's success can be quantified what i think is weird now everything is love is on spotify premium so it's not available to people who are only on the first year spotify you have to be paid subscribed member i think that's very pointed in terms of they wanna get the maximum amount of royalties possible from this album but i still think it's strange at first two albums in this socalled trilogy is not available to a lot of the public who are on title and for some reason they want the finale of the saga to be available to everyone because maybe they know that everyone knows the story by now michelle kim is an associate staff writer at pitchfork michelle thanks for coming on the show thanks for having me and it's fun us heard about no need to ask you heard about.

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Beyoncé and JAY-Z’s Everything is Love now available on Spotify and Apple

The Frame

03:03 min | 2 years ago

Beyoncé and JAY-Z’s Everything is Love now available on Spotify and Apple

"So what are you hear musically performance wise about what beyond say and j or doing on this record that may be different from what she was doing on lemon eight or he was doing on four forty four song features two members of the migo still linda rock group features cueva and offset and it's produced by ferraro and i think it's really exciting because beyond say has always been a rapper but in her own melodic way and now i think she's really leaning into this rap persona where she's just spitting bars really in the pocket and kind of like being more aggressive about it certainly references that seemed slightly veiled about artists including drake kanye west but they're very specific dimensions of things like the grammys and the super bowl how many scores are settled on alba even if it's not entirely clear what score is being settled jay cheesy and beyond say seem kind of allusive and they're not going to go on the record about a lot of things in interviews but then when you listen to the actual album they're going to settle the scores so yeah j admitted that he declined to perform at the super bowl he said you need me i don't need you one of the other things that's notable white lemonade and four forty four this album was first released exclusively on title which is a streaming service that's near and dear to the j and beyond say household now everything is love is available on spotify and apple music what did they have to say in the album about streaming and what does the release of this record suggest about their views on streaming their previous albums lemonade and for forty four title exclusives and everything has loved on the first day was also title exclusive basically on one of the songs beyond says i don't give you about dreaming numbers adama's success can be quantified what i think is weird now everything is love is on spotify premium so it's not available to people who are only on the first year spotify you have to be paid subscribed member i think that's very pointed in terms of they wanna get the maximum amount of royalties possible from this album but i still think it's strange at first two albums in this socalled trilogy is not available to a lot of the public who are on title and for some reason they want the finale of the saga to be available to everyone because maybe they know that everyone knows the story by now michelle kim is an associate staff writer at pitchfork michelle thanks for coming on the show thanks for having me and it's fun us heard about no need to ask you heard about.

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"michelle kim" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"michelle kim" Discussed on KCRW

"Harmonic society dot org coming up the trump kim summit is cancelled but both trump and kim are expressing hope it will be on canceled another big news of the week with a look from all sides of the political spectrum it's left right and center after marketplace at two thirty right here on kcrw this is marketplace i'm kai ryssdal starbucks is gonna close eight thousand stores next tuesday afternoon antibias training for one hundred and seventy five thousand employees after the incident in philadelphia last month it's going to cost the company as much as twelve million dollars in lost revenue in the specific training the bridges are gonna get this called implicit bias training a specialty that is becoming more popular in corporate america marketplace's aaron schrank reports inside this crowded starbucks in downtown la i caught up with some regulars who said the company is making the right move kind of thing that any customer service organization should do make sure that it's it's employees are treating people well i've never had an issue at any of the starbucks that i've been to but i i think it was the smart thing for them to do it's kind of funny that a corporation is the one that's doing it because i think the problem is sustained throughout society that's michael phillips chavez frazier and yosef mahmoud so what is implicit bias training academics have been studying unconscious preferences for decades but in the last few years implicit bias has become the hot topic in corporate diversity programs and the cornerstone of antibias efforts in silicon valley about twenty percent of large companies provide unconscious bias training according to the future work institute michelle kim is ceo at awaken accompanied it's helped facilitate trainings for google pg unconscious bias training has been been trending for the last couple of years i would say i think a lot of companies sometimes view training as like a sober to a lot of their problems kim says these programs aim to educate people about the concept of unconscious bias and expose participants in their own implicit preferences for certain social groups she says while these programs are popular in a way they let people off the hook and could be seen as an easier topic to digest versus let's say.

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"michelle kim" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"michelle kim" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Inside this crowded starbucks in downtown la i caught up with some regulars who said the company is making the right move cicada thing that any customer service organization should do make sure that it's employs are treating people well i've never had an issue at any of the starbucks that i've been to but i think it was the smart thing for them to do it's kind of funny that a corporation is the one that's doing it because they think the problem is systemic throughout society that's michael phillips chavez frazier and yosef mahmoud so what is implicit bias training academics have been studying unconscious preferences for decades but in the last few years implicit bias has become the hot topic in corporate diversity programs and the cornerstone of antibias efforts in silicon valley about twenty percent of large companies provide unconscious bias training according to the future work institute michelle kim is ceo at awaken accompanied it's helped facilitate trainings for google and pg any unconscious bias training has been been trending for the last couple of years i would say i think a lot of companies sometimes view training as like a silver bullet to a lot of their problems kim says these programs aim to educate people about the concept of unconscious bias and expose participants to their own implicit preferences for certain social groups she says while these programs are popular in a way they let people off the hook and could be seen as an easier topic to digest versus let's say talking about racism talking about sexism you know it just feels a little bit less polarizing to a lot of people diversity training is in eight billion dollar a year industry with vendors offering everything from a few powerpoint slides to online modules to live instructor trainings that can cost thousands of dollars per session joel emerson is ceo at paradigm a diversity strategy firm that's worked with more than three hundred companies including airbnb twitter in slack there are a lot of trainings that exist in this space but we don't know a lot about how effective they are emerson says.

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"michelle kim" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"michelle kim" Discussed on Pop Shop

"Um but yeah and then like i got to the point where like i'm to overwhelmed by this artist i don't even know where to be that's true though it conceive like if you talk to a bjork fan which i wouldn't recommend averaging i never slump yours in fairly no it's it's tough because like everyone is going to tell you a different bureaucrats you have to give i know i've wanted all along to like her albums are not there's they're all long i i'm pretty sure i know someone who says every bjork album is their favorite bjork album arming like different different keep yeah via what's your favorite at the the first one actually i mean the first debut otto reich as technically she had like a jazz album in the 80s and she had now miss a child doesn't gun um but yeah debut as probably my favorite uh it's just you dance pop with bjork weirdness is perfect for me i mean i love i do the few songs i've heard i love always of the production on them i loved their like very weird deconstructed ending at this one on it just literally sounds like everything is falling apart but in a somewhat melodic way young and let's all i can offer the cool thing the cool thing to me is that it really does seem like the last five years or so there's been fine a lease like a reevaluation of i mean i think that bjork was always pretty clued critically acclaimed um but there was this there was this period of like i really wanna see like 10 years where everybody thought of her as like the swan dressed like you know like do you do you know what like this wondrous says it's okay if you know i mean it so she performed in the oscars like two thousand two thousand yuan doesn't one she had addressed that was litter like not literally swan but it was this is why it was like a swans neck like drape not a real swan but it like look like a swanson laos one so he's really excellent so the whole thing is that.

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"michelle kim" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"michelle kim" Discussed on Pop Shop

"Not at all i want to say in this yeah i i agree that this is definitely a stand out of them um i i just wanna say that like yeah as as in terms of like her breakup album her last time this is like finding new love i i just want to say and i mean absolutely no you know i hope in all seriousness i hope you're doing okay i'm glad you know she's in a better place in she was a few years ago i just want to say that if there is a like romantic comedy about bjork's new like love life i'm all in our that lake some director please make that because i would absolutely love to watch that dog until i gotta say that the idea that would that be winona ryder playing bjork that out a writer doing bjorkman snl like 15year fee that'd be so cool the awesome i would definitely watches so would linsey are you avert fan or would what do you think is there a list this is like one of those artists that just passed me by now aren't like wet when did she start becoming popular me like ninety four near before you were born that's why very literally before you know i was one year old but yeah so i i just truly like never really got into her you had said like two thousand one i would have been like yeah reportedly i now a matter as long as it's before joining seventy.

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"michelle kim" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"michelle kim" Discussed on Pop Shop

"It's just interesting i think it's a good i it's a good pairing actually those two when you wouldn't expect that and this is so good what would you think liens i have one note and his i this is why literally wrote need to listen to love is rage to lend jason bracketed at form a did and here's a hit it really is it's in my titled as albums i know and that's reverend saying and it just like passed me by never listen to its but at least in my top 20 ideal of how lengthy the feature was i feel like it was like a true future rather than the other song you picked which i'll get into later wow on rain was yes the so i appreciated that right it's a um yeah very quick can i tell you guys a quick lows evert anecdote from what are we said no vilagarcia it's fun uh you had a hard out so i don't know if you have time for this nah i do have a hard why are we at the time so uh in late last night and um and get out of work and um i'm really hungry like 930 having dinner loser rose up with a sandwich as the irish so i go to catch support polay and um i go in and um they're shut like it's like lead to their like shutting down in um they're like listening to their own music instead of the music and they're listening to was evert sauce it up which is a couple tracks before uh this one on on those reach two and i blake i may like oh like sauce it like when when they're like oh mild media are high vega like 90 m sauce it up and they like.

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"michelle kim" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"michelle kim" Discussed on Pop Shop

"Who is wanted people who spoke out against a r kelly this year the former mentor um so yes she just a really you know i've obviously the talent has always kind of spoken for itself but she's she's just really sharp in terms of like the kind of topics that she wants to discuss janja i i i really love this went to the i agree she's she's really interesting she has a lot to say um she's musically eclectic i mean i think on her last album she even basically had a country song we were talking about her in the posh actually for talked a lot about wanting to go into country music weird the ads i mean like a whole album would be aired by imf also i feel like doesn't like every pop do that like kelly clarkson was like gonna make a country album and never happened like trail gog i talked about making a cut like everyone's like oh i'm gonna make a country album like fact check your lawn at them to no i don't want them just eight odd as an odd trend that yet is of everyone like saying that anyways though i yeah no i love this like really really good pick arm i love especially like the the rare hip hop song with like a looped piano rift is i know it's like like a piano riff loop it's like have shopped up in looped and then over a beat is just some so good names i don't see harmonizes with herself at one point to just like a lot of cool elements that are perfectly on right apps on sale and it's like isis is also in less than three minutes and it just packs so much in america leave like it feels so complete it's just a really solid like exciting sonya um and i don't know like i guess because it's kim's called kim kale probably get some more attention than it would otherwise but idea like um the sole like kind of bring her to a wider audience 'cause they feeling not like she is using not doing well but like she asia i totally issues and i think this well because people see kim k on anything in illinois home click what is that em kim kardashian click i got a fight.

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"michelle kim" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"michelle kim" Discussed on Pop Shop

"All right that was ed cheered him beyond say um i don't see that every day schroeder is held up go let's talk about um which we talk about next let's do oh let's do uh lindsey came michelle kim k is this home times when you're waiting to decide what song to talk about next i feel like in recess when you'd be like drafted onto a team would definitely never happened to me all new they're so as just like waiting for men who eve picked mine yes came michelle so we actually have a peace coming up in the magazine murmur i really like oh she's amazing i mean it's her breaking down the stories behind her songs in this is one of them i won't reveal too much gotta read it wa what is that he's great nobody i i actually think this song is important like i'm not even a huge game michelle van but the way that she basically talking about cultural appropriation in like her fun vibrant came michelle way is getting people to really pay attention to the song i mean especially because she used like when a pop culture is biggest icons kim kardashian on who she says she's a big fan of sorts that you're not a disc tracking a away she's made that clear but yet but i just think that she's raising a lot of interesting points like each lyric there is a lot to unpack um so i am still like i listen to it a few times and i keep discovering new things i'm like that's glover i just think it's like a very clever it is rap song ver yeah i i guess the only thing to add was yeah i i totally agree where i was listening to it in half with like i kinda wanna like follow along with the lyrics suzanne i was getting a little snippets here and there but it was actually cool deepsea everthing mapped out an yeah i mean came michelle.

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"michelle kim" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"michelle kim" Discussed on Pop Shop

"It's not you know it's whatever but my my more than anything like i'm just like constantly impressed by how easily it seems like ed sheeran can write songs for weddings like this song sound like it will be at weddings for he jay years that it repose all saunas already it really does seem like it's almost transcends being like a huge hit it's like yeah already like a it's kind of how i felt when um that that dumb blackeyed peas song i got a feeling of like damn man like you you guys you guys crack the code red light or you gotta reading right statkraft yeah like this is the sounds like it will be at every wedding for the next but now the big debate is are they going to go with perfect are perfect duet uh both in a wedding playlist you have to gain more per well i guess there's three options high there's perfect there's perfect wet and then there the whip shots approved option perfect illusion i would say that that is the best wedding was probably you were actually perfectly should probably not the best wedding yeah i i my deservedly getaway car oh man anyway so those are my thoughts on perfect duet i can't believe it's not really garbage yeah which is criteria was shocked to lindsey what do you think about this we've talked about it enough i don't dunno i mean like i said i didn't listen to it until today but yeah i had to yahya like not once was i slightly intrigued to be like oh beyonce say had sheeran song isolating huddled listen assassinating that it exists and that it happened in that she said yes to a then i'm just side i'm confused why she's doing like cool but mediocre features right now like the concept of her with eminem cool young mediocre restaurants have to further adjourned cool but nothing right yeah yeah i guess i don't know i don't know but you know it may be that the people will prove us wrong you know if this becomes a a timeless wedding classic you know i guess we'll have to wait is the less here panel this be a blip you know in the eye the verses tom liner something at i'm guessing about beautifully but yeah i yeah let's just listen to edge sheringham beyond say perfect us my small.

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"michelle kim" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"michelle kim" Discussed on Pop Shop

"It's crazy i just don't be i just don't understand why this happen i don't get it either like aside from the fact that like it'll probably do well and it's a big look for both of them um it's just so bizarre like why does beyonce they have a song with ed sheeran especially after doing that song with eminem which also wasn't that good will it's kind of like the now it's a trends because she had the a remix which was gather odd very low id this year um than she did walk on water with eminem for now ed sheeran i mean her venue any research it's like it's a very ed sheeran songs called perfect duet which it is not uh called perfect wafiq do way know perfect parental colleagues literally perfect duet well no it's perfect duet it's not it's not there is no parentheses no it is literally very well all right my mistake then that's hilarious yeah it is very funny from perfect perfect duet at what how i'm ed sheeran's song for so quickest aside uh these the must your music from last year in her david bowie oh yeah yeah go on any type of love on merrin morris yeah she's great oh getting ephraim lindsay how uh king method rbm ariane yeah you were hung up uh the 19th 75 and chancellor rapper and yeah hi 2016 whatever year sistine for us so let's talk about uh so you pick this ray i pick this the very edge humans distraught yeah what's i'm just a are now i still am so dancing in the dark ages sucks like it says even between the ages of 8 doesn't suck it's fine it's just so like lay emma and like share sounds great he sounds great it's just like set just no one asked why this you know we didn't need it until you guys what my reaction to reaction to perfect is our guest this is the podcasts at do that um so like more than eighty so i i don't really care for this song.

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"michelle kim" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"michelle kim" Discussed on Pop Shop

"Over nine years she hasn't been number one since single ladies puttering on it way way back in two thousand eight so jonas you'll be talking about all that stuff and if you want to find out more about all the chart projections and forecasts and stuff for perfect make sure to visit billboardcom and until then let's get into it on muster music hello and welcome to miss you music highcaste my name is joe lynched name here with lindsay havens hello and jason livshits what is up i'll tell you what's up we've got the last muster music prior to best of 2017 must he music podcast so is there last regular one for the year while and we've got the old vo year wrap up every one side what their phase our feet are you know forgotten gems not wait etc suspect thing about that guys i'm i'm curious as to what our phase where last year only really mom sure we could go back and listen i mean i even with came out last year when as i like less valid question i'll look it up while you i guess lemonade would have been like probably the the lsu of digos related lemonade blonde pablo wasn't huge for me even though i tried conquest the yeah i have to think of what the anyways but yeah all right so let's uh let's listen i get out of herself as though pigments some new issue music let's open with the the biggest with this one of my picks and not pick necessarily because i like it but just because i think it is indeed must here music because it's just mmhmm is this the esteem care anyways ed sheeran and beyond say oh well i had no idea where you're talking to you just can't i mean like where you have to listen to it like edge here and do this long would be outs eight like if you live on planet earth and have a mild interest in pop culture you're gonna you forget i know a lot of you i i know a lot of people who disagree but i did not listen to it until yesterday i'm not saying it's good.

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"michelle kim" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"michelle kim" Discussed on Pop Shop

"Everybodywelcome to the billboardcom a pop shop a podcast my name is key caufield in i am the codirector of charts at billboard coming up today we've got must here music with billboards deputy editor digital joe lynch joe and the squad will be talking all about ed sharon and beyonce's new perfect duet bjork an came michelle so stick around for that in just a moment as always the billboard pop shop podcast is your one stop shop for all things pop on billboards weekly charts in addition you can always count on a lively discussion about the latest pop news fund charts stats and stories new music and guest interviews with music stars and folks from the world of pop but first before we get started if you enjoy the podcast you can subscribe to us on itunes or you can even leave us a review or radion if you'd like please do so and if you want to learn more about billboards podcasts visit i tunescombillboard podcast so today on must here music the guys we're talking about as we mentioned earlier beyond say an ed sheeran's new perfect duet it's a review of sheeran's previously solo perfect number from his album divide which of course come out earlier this year they reissued the song last week so if you're listening to this now this week depending on when you listen to it actually came out on november 30th like towards the end of the day and it actually already impacted the hot 100 this week where the perfect song actually went five to three on hotline 100 and many of us are wondering could the power of beyond say helped lift the song to number one on the billboard hot 100 if it does and this would happen next week so we would announce this new hot 100 on december 11th if it happens it would be sheeran's second number one and it would give beyond say her first number one in like.

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"michelle kim" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"michelle kim" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Insurance how here i saw michelle kim's all performance i am so blessed pre said onceandforall on this final halloween that we will share two called great denny grain they are all week got they were mike mike are who we thought they were we are dumb and dumber so let it be written shoul let it be dumber happy halloween lawn at all we look fabulous we do as well well i think we really for the eighteen years ago there i i think we've we've had more hits that knocked on the cars are costume go after learning they i think there's one eight is the best that we will have in both in terms of production quality and just in terms of appropriateness yeah i would agree with that going back to our earliest days what many people do not like our show what referred to us regularly as dumb and dumber it seemed like going full circle to address this morning in these suit three thought of changing the name of the show to german dumber but were new there'd be infringement right so we couldn't do that's exactly right so we just mike and mike meant tillman dumber exactly i mean that the nose to are basically interchangeable phrases at this point now michael idea i am so our and that f f i'm practically fading into the background here are a few are there's a part of me that might just disappear there is orange in the background in a you are it's like an orange screen god bless our beloved makeup artist hope we are working on this week for so long and finally i just said look i gotta go on the air here is not gonna make any difference how that wiggle looks if i'm not soon in the room that but we just cannot we tried very very hard to make this thing just a straight line ended as they struggle it is a struggle to get jim hair here are we close no we're we're definitely close stroessner on the radio we are dumber double we're done dumber greney is lloyd lloyd jim carrey character i am harry the jeff daniel character so we have three the bird we are.

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"michelle kim" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"michelle kim" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Saw michelle kim's all performance line and so one degrees said once and for all on this final halloween that are we will share two called grade danny green they are we thought they were mike mike are who we thought they were we are dumb and dumber so let it be written shola be dumber happy halloween warner all we look fabulous redo as well i think we've really euro for the eighteen years ago there i i think we've we've had more hits that not on the cards are cost to go abdel learned i think i think there's one eight is the best that we will have in both in terms of production quality and just in terms of appropriateness i would agree with that joined back to our earliest days what many people do not like our show what referred to us regularly as dumb and dumber it seemed like going full circle to address this morning and these suit three thought of changing the name of the show today a number but were new there'd be infringement right so we couldn't do that's exactly right so we just mike and mike meant delman dumber exactly i mean that the nose to are basically interchangeable phrases at this point now michael idea i am so orange that i'm practically fading into the background here are a few are there's a part of me that might just disappear there is orange in the background and you are it's like an orange screen god bless our beloved makeup artist hope who is working on this week for so long i finally i just said look i gotta go on the air here is not going to make any difference how that wiggle looks if i'm not sitting in the room that but we just cannot we tried very very hard to make this thing just a straight line ended as they struggle it is a strong air here are we close neuro we're we're definitely coz stroessner on the radio we are dumber double we're done dumber greney is lloyd lloyd jim carrey character i am harry the jeff daniels character so we have three the.

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