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"mr andrew young" Discussed on expediTIously with Tip "T.I." Harris
"His his rookie year that we play Ewbal for teams explode on a younger teams team. All these years never looked cousins. The year he came out as the to be drafted to run as a rookie is when we found out that cousin. He was sitting at the family reunion table. My grandma s member. You've you've taught McGrath. He was like yes. You by from North Carolina. What my grandson when IN HOUSTON? Okay who's degreaser? Shiite Vince Carter. He's like what that s from getting. A phone call was cousin because so you know that was that was that was and then the next year I get drafted trump them so when he leaves after two years. They tried to get us against each other right at. That's the one thing I've always held onto like once. I finally had a sit down. Conversation WITH HIM LIGHT UTAH. Brian never say with by the media going to issue the exactly. Switch it up. Take some words out outlawed. Laso afternoon I always was very hesitant cautious in understood high-gain work outside of the court like with the media. You know when you say something. Some people don't care can say what they say but like talking about they were trying to pick me cousin Bang that's that's the Knicks next level. May that's experience to teach you. You know what I'm saying that like what's important. You know what I'm saying. You give your family. That's going supersede. See anything that the media in any service she got to do it. And that's the funny thing you say when you say that you know I was like at four so by the time I was like. Let me let me call do breath in talk to really understand this understanding. You know what I'm saying so if there's a beach families supposed to talk out whether we wanna hear the not right you know what I'm saying so we will we start. We talk about his by even say that so now. We go undercover. We've we do an idiot. So I'm here. They say Oh Matt said is not aim high with Dell so now see. I live with that forever like I understand. So that's why I want to be meeting chasing S. What's up that makes sense you know. Usually things change from the inside so i WanNa know if the game is changed at all for you. I mean you doing what you love for living. You've been doing it for twenty two years but from the time you get into game two right now. Light has it changed to the With more like work now. Yes yes and I say that because a in I'm trying to establish myself and I'm on top of the world in you know I'm franchise go-to Guy and obviously go through ups and downs. You don't win. You gotta deal with what you gotta do with but when you when you older trying to play this game in the game is in there is the game is fast. Get Round game as a lot faster. More teams play faster than what it was today. Now when they look at a look at your age they'll look extra production right so I'll walk into a meeting like you know. But how many games play birth. Look at look at the resume in my forties. How many games that I play out of eighty two games? I missed one game. You name the year before that I missed one game that I couldn't play if the coast We will sit you out because no you're older. We WanNa make sure like to to be able to do this. You know what I'm saying. That's what I've been doing for twenty plus years so that's the tough army light having to deal with so but other than that good man dope dope seeing you hear ran the city in Atlanta man. I love it. It's just the right time to be here for me at home thirties Yep You know what I'm saying. Hey It's been A. I have family. Who lived here Throughout the time is close to Home Sarah. I'm from Florida got fit my daughter. My oldest lives in Detroit. So this is this is It's all kind of this. Is up recovering all kinds of businesses. All kind of just entrepreneurs opportunity Influence people I love being out. I'm not a super super historian but when histories in front of me. I'm listening and you get the opportunity. Every man I got A. I'll say I got the opportunity to talk with Mr Andrew Young Yeah Ambassador. Young and it's definitely obviously you know for laser Near I've had the opportunity to talk with him and I enjoy stuff like I'm in deeply into music in As as I was in the band I used to write music for the band. I used to do all in the south. So you know with marched A right I was a drum major so I have you know A super passive for music You know I can engineer by all a studio at home because I love. It's so when my boss was doing. I wanted to do like when I'm building my house. I'm like I let me get a weight room. Let me give Jim. I need a theater in studio right here. Just very little news so it always seems like you know I'll rappers. Wanted to be athletes. Athletes wanted to be rebels at some point in time in they life is some well another. You know what I'm saying Have you ever play ball with a rapper? And you more impressed with skiers without you would be There's a few parts of a masterpiece was my teammate. What you play with nat asked He. He originally played with Charlotte and the next year. He came to us in Toronto. So my second year this is back when I saw my risk That came out. That's what TV so he literally Adam doing training camp so a player repeat. It was crazy breath. Because that's when you know Nolan was on top and doing thing so hit the following. This heated heated make team for regular season but a preseason following us everywhere just seeing the violence in the love. He got in watching his brothers. Silk Can Silken who can who so have made at Brown over just like got to I kinda tough to wear for the and there is Romeo. Romeo can lower he can hook. He played he used on the team. Usc At out there Who Else I know. O'brien Nike Ball is a couple of people. But yet man. This is some distant guys out the outside. Not Bad now man. I ain't never really beyond which Bro when I when I was growing up. I was always the youngest and a little on the block man. You know what I'm saying. I never got picked so I. I took it upon myself to go up to the basketball. Court Man Candlelight Flatten Out. The ball on the go pick somebody. I never got good basketball. I never really worked at it. I never worked at a hard enough. It was always re wrapping hustling was always like can do just what I had said in my mind that I was going to do but I have. I have a love for the sport and you know have a competitive spear if you pick me for a team and the pickup game won't find a way to contribute foul school a lot. Appoint someone getting rebounds and steals in create. You know what I'm saying. Create opportunities would assist. I I ain't GonNa just sit down but I'm not to be the best athletes on the court So tammy like Quavo Man Quavo at Cueva could do anything right now but I watched him who I was like okay. I think we could do anything. I don't change played high-school so right Cueva who dirk of your Leclerc who Gee Her Boca. Who who still video her vote. Yes yeah there's a few cats that man they you know what I mean they go. They go up for Travis. Travis gagging who But you know what I'm saying. I just enjoy watching the two cultures. Come together you know what I'm saying. Because obviously there's a huge cultural presidents A BASKETBALL IN HIP HOP. And there's a true presents a hip hop in basketball. So just seeing the to come together and it's always been ria cooled just to to observe it and it was needed a be honest. It the love of the game. You know Basketball dust people like you said you enjoy watching it and going to see games and just watch. Athletes do what they do. And then you could incorporate the our culture if you would go into the game or not only us as African American but the other cultures who come to you know who indulge in our music because well I enjoyed it so when they the best of both worlds and I think that's what's needed I really do and that's what's happening right now. Now would you so? Would you consider coaching METADATA line? Now not initially you rather lie broadcast and be more executive executive level right like GM so she liked it all out of the holidays. Okay would you start at GM or you want to come in? Is You the opportunity to go straight to our will but like I definitely something in the executive area by your president just depends like we talk? What's what's the difference in. Gm and president so like the one who's making all of the the the the trees use the one that is the day to day guy. I guess extensive He's on fall and some some some. Gm's our presidents or have dual jobs in the president. He does some overseeing the GM is the one that's on own making a phone calls every day so you know. I'd have to think hard about that. I liked I liked Input GATE PUT teams together. So maybe a sister. Gm He assists with those but yet still works players as well. Then see me doing. If if ownership doesn't happen now I will do like something like assistant. Jim Is okay. I just want to be in it just to be in it and don't know what I'm doing right that's As key point you talked about earning the earlier so I mean I see what you go with that but I'm glad you you you see it. Gm because they goes with that next question if you're the GM of the hoax.
"mr andrew young" Discussed on The Breaks
"So. Today is the twentieth anniversary of the Sophomore of one. When Mr Andrew Young Aka Dr Dre crunch thousand one the album featured such steel? Dare next episode. Forgot about dre. The I'm went on to go. Ah Copies and diamond worldwide and is considered one of the greatest projects west coast there produced. Yeah arguments they're called me a fresh for about how songs steal was famously. Written by Jay z the entire song. The goal go. Dr Dre documentary. Looks like seventy the documentary on apple music about the making of crunchy thousand one and he said that they were almost down to album and they wanted the first thing in the next episode and Jimmy. Dean was famously. Says it's a lot of orders. Let's if you've watched anything about veto drake you just need one more. Just need one more. And so Steve Stoute hit up dray looking for Hit Up Jimmy having looking for beat from DRE and Dray sent him some beats a bunch of beats to Steve Stoute and one of those still. Dra beat and he said he got it back in twenty four hours later entire song written bunge AC Dot dre offset documentary that the idea for the crotch thousand one came from him signing him in him constantly working with him Would Dr Dre said he's inspired by like moments like he said chronic came from him just sitting down being like being around. His brother warns you stepbrother. One gene like Oh. This is like which is doing here. Let me look. I'm inspired to make this right right. Jim You said yeah that's dollars. We got doggy style because Dr Dre was still clearly inspired and it took him nine days dogs Taisei but had it been more than that he would never got nine days brunt. That's it's a great album you made at nine days a week in two days. Only got it because it took that fight and he said 'cause they had made drilling and he pushed any longer probably never got a week and a have to Gallo basically a week to make one of the greatest albums one of the greatest albums history crazy forgot about dre was originally written eminem. My Name wrote that song for Dre and Snoop but dre seventy hurt the reference. He was like I think it sounds good with him on what imminent rotate he said He. You just turn it in that way you were you. You made a statement but you made a statement. They got some people in a frenzy. So Dr Dr Dre. Here's why I said this on twitter when With Jesus King kind came out. I saw people on twitter saying like Oh this is this is kind of crazy of the producer of all time. I saw somebody say greatest producer of all time which once I've seen people mad. People are greatest producer of all time. Say That you have to leave your entire town. What's it's now? Me and fresh have been very vocal about our disdain for kind of your currently but to not take away from who he is or what he was. Kinda is one of the Gracie property as we said the other week disdain doesn't stem from him musically it's all that extra stuff he do. So here's why Dr Dre and my opinion is the greatest hip hop producer. Tab One. The man cl- influenced an entire region of the country. Musically hip day is no hip hop in west coast. Without Dr Dre at all every time I go and talk to older you know Caucasians about what introducing the hip hop a lot of them say. NWEA who produce olive NWEA. Dr Dre who discovered easy who started in W. A.. Dr Dre I love Snoop Dogg Snoop Dogg at your love. Who discovered cover him? Dr Drew Produce Doggystyle Dr Dre nine days nine days. I'm not letting you go nine nine days to nine days to make they run around. I think dogs that was leftover chronic indefinite. Here can you hear that Andrey said he didn't want to be on an album. I but you know he said it was Deal see convincing to wrap on that Andrey said if you've listened to it. He's not as much as you would think he is. He said he just sequence. It makes it seem like he's on there so much. 'cause every song got a feature. I don't know I'm thinking about about it you now. What have listened to doggy staff like the next two weeks and so but yeah that but I only just that just west coast Eminem is around response because because of Dr Dre you fifty cents at biggest into club which gary very influential Bunda biggest songs of all time hip hop wise by Dr? It was Dr Dre Busta rhymes his first and only number one album with big bang that he produced the entire album and it was hard. It was arguably one of buses best albums you find me one hip hop producer that. y'All revere I think it's better than dray and asked me who's not influenced by him. Who would want to have a career? Lie Dri okay. Let's we'll go back to Konya Konya once again. Gain is produced some great albums to produce a lot of grace offered artists. But what artists is kind of you put out there to sold as much new dog. Don't worry I'll wait because before. SNOOP DOC highest selling debut hip hop album of all time the fifty cent and who produce their albums. Dr Drey has one and two Kanye West. Is John Legend and he didn't produce the entire project not even out guy what's his. How is John Legend? I know somebody driver. Scott Scott that signed to Kanye so try again. I really wish you hip hip hop started liking in two thousand ten would stop trying to debate with us to have been like a hip hop because we born into it about. Who's a better producer? Dr Dre that's why people see people say like what kind is produce hip hop being you. When did you stop? Because there's no way you're GONNA sit here or stand through. There's no way you're going to sit here and look at the history of your pop in production production-wise an influential wise. You say there's no way. Stop doing it. Like what are we talking about here. Like what what. What is your argument? Why AH I want to hold onto? Hope you'll get better. It's not gonNA happen. Stop it Houston Sima Jolson Lakewood Church KNOB. It's over Dr Dre is number one. Sorry man you. You'd be hard pressed to find.
"mr andrew young" Discussed on The Fifth Column
"Warning this program typically features respectful nuance, commentary, strong language, scare pop culture references and serious allegations. We know new methods of attack. Trojan horse. Column. And you are listening to the fifth column podcast this week's recording is a bit of a departure from our conventional rob through the news cycle. We've got another one of those dedicated conversations with a person who has an important idea that is beginning to gain some circulation. It is the universal basic income. So it's an old idea that really is beginning to gain some some new currency and a lot of different circles prominent people like Bill Gates, and Mark Zuckerberg have endorsed this idea. There are trials of it that have been happening various parts of the country and one person in particular, a twenty twenty democratic presidential hopeful is actually been pushing version of this is really a foundational component of their presidential platform. It's something that I've gotten a lot of questions about something that I've had some questions about. And generally, not in favor of a thought might be a good idea for the two of us to sit down and talk for a bit and you'll get an introduction and a bit more detail on the ideas that we're going to discuss in a moment before we get into this dispassionate did have a little bit of housekeeping to do one brief announcement this March fifteenth through seventeenth I will be in Washington DC with my very good friend that Russell for his renegade university weekend. That is a history professor is also podcast Suryo something called the unregistered podcast. And if you are a longtime listener to this podcast, you've certainly heard that on this podcast before always love hanging out with that always love talking with that he has a lot of ideas. And if you know him, you certainly know that he has a lot of bad ideas. I'm using my fingers in making some air quotes in either case if you are in around or relatively near to Washington DC. See or if you are just absolutely out of your gourd desperately want to come spend, some time with myself and fad would love to meet you in person, and you can find some more info about the event at Thaddeus, Russell dot com. They're announce with out of the way, so we're going to get right into the program on and I may have a few things to say after the recording is over. But here we go. Today. We are talking to Mr. Andrew Young is an entrepreneur is the founder of venture for America. He's also a democratic presidential candidate for the presidency of the United States in a very very crowded twenty twenty field. Andrew has set himself apart from the rest of the field. And I wouldn't say he's a single issue candidate. He has an entire policy platform. If you go to his website, you can actually peruse this and check out a lot of the details of it. But there is a particular issue that he ends up talking about a lot, and it's automating. It's the fourth industrial revolution. It's the advent of an Pratt's just the continuing development of artificial intelligence, and he has been highlighting the potential consequences of this fourth industrial revolution. And what it might mean for a lot of working Americans and has a policy proposal that is he hopes likely to address this problem, universal basic income program. As I understand the program. Andrew it's a thousand dollars a month. That'd be paid to every single American above the age of eighteen regardless of their income are need, and it is essentially an attempt to try to mitigate the harm that is likely to be caused too many many Americans who would be displaced in the event that we do see a great deal of innovation over the course of the next couple of decades, and they cannot find work because they say are low skilled employees, and they drive trucks. They work in retail and their jobs have perhaps been replaced eliminated because of the evolution of technology. Am I am I getting it about right or they're important? Details of that particular proposal that I'm overlooking. Well, you you're getting it essentially right though, there are a few things that I'd love to flesh out a little bit. And one of the things is that it's definitely a response to the changes in our economy that are being driven. By advancing technology. But if you look at the human level of you put dollars a month of the hands of families, you see children's health and nutrition improves graduation rates. Go.