18 Burst results for "Reggaeton"

"reggaeton" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

01:51 min | Last month

"reggaeton" Discussed on Minority Korner

"Like a really big deal for. It's it's great because against people a space right especially when you live intersection avenue between all these worlds first generation second august. Stop coming here the immigrant. It's a nicely to connect to your roots. The origins of became with began. I i'm not an american recordings. Being made in panama for the nice seventies reportedly the jamaican reggae influence on the panamanian. Music had been so strong so the twentieth century because making laborers were used of the pandemic. So you gotta think about it you out there building the canal you bring a your music over. And you're mixing with the things of your culture and when you listen to like leonid. Which is one of the founding fathers embedded yankee. They are baffled difference but they have this whole like them will be and i wish i could sing. Am play it for you. I'm gonna mess it out. You know okay a little homework. Yeah you know. I want to go down the rabbit. Just got back all. Listen to google that for you. You've done part of the work in navigate to do the next part. Yeah and i also want to say it's still one of those scenes. Were women look finding their footing in talked about. You know have been women's history. There are a lot of prominent Tone women artists Queen this hour you move. Oh i'm gonna say the comedies fair yami thing. Yeah i just wanted to. What is light on big ball and let john lynch look funny and decide about how program. Because i'm proud that you know. Sometimes they're like bulls in my leg. Music arrows every thursday phases. But this is like it's funny. It's interesting to me as thirty year. Old luke.

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"reggaeton" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

05:35 min | Last month

"reggaeton" Discussed on Minority Korner

"You remember that song Autonomy gumbo like it was over the radio to call me. You know it's interesting. Because you know i grew up on the east coast. Grew up on the west coast. As i'm certainly some of your latino influences are like mexican oriented. Maybe if you do now. They're buying more like Like you know salita. Of course we was selena. Every day in spanish classes. It's time to work selena on the east coast. It's close to the caribbean where gets on was mounding. But i want it. The reason i'm talking about. I wanna debate. Don't actually started in a lot of people don't know about any of that. Island was a panamanian man. And he oughta know. Panama is a latin american country and it is part of the akron getting that accolades x. Community i i don't know recalling based on my land. Let's you know what is no. I'm it's also a learning curve for myself. I always address black. But also when i was looking at labeyrie. I think there were some when emancipation happened. There were some black people who went down to panama. Like abraham lincoln had recommended it or something. He was like me giving recommendations because he was. I'm sure it's probably gonna be really rough here so we all might want to get out and they were right to because reconstruction was not recommendation. You may to go to home my. It's gonna be a mess. And he was right. Man got shot shortly after so right he was able to write the thing with. I'm only say it's still fairly new job like it's we're talking about like the nineties on and the reason why it's what i love about it so influenced by jamaican bolger dancehall culture so victim rates on. This is a very simple way to say it. But it's like eight fantasy thinking like Wayne wonder.

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"reggaeton" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

05:56 min | Last month

"reggaeton" Discussed on Minority Korner

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"reggaeton" Discussed on Frequencia Urbana Podcast

Frequencia Urbana Podcast

02:27 min | Last month

"reggaeton" Discussed on Frequencia Urbana Podcast

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"reggaeton" Discussed on Frequencia Urbana Podcast

Frequencia Urbana Podcast

02:09 min | Last month

"reggaeton" Discussed on Frequencia Urbana Podcast

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Reggaeton star Bad Bunny tests positive for coronavirus

Colleen and Bradley

00:25 sec | 5 months ago

Reggaeton star Bad Bunny tests positive for coronavirus

"Let music star bed Bunny has tested positive for covert 19, his rep confirming to Page six today. A bad buddy announced the news the day after dropping out of a scheduled performance at last night's American Music Awards he was set to perform, but he couldn't hey was also but needed. Win a couple of awards Anyone favorite male lead in the artist and favorite Latin album, So we wish him a speedy recovery from them. Yes, we do

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"reggaeton" Discussed on Locatora Radio

Locatora Radio

04:22 min | 10 months ago

"reggaeton" Discussed on Locatora Radio

"Feel like due to. Impart to a number of different things. We liked to jumble everything together under one John Nra whereas look at hip hop hip hop. I say, but there is tribe. This chat music current music. You know what I'm saying. There's their southern rob. West Coast or east, coast. Down people say it like it's one John. I'm like Yo burial their somboon girl. There's ACA like people don't want to give those different reiterations of. Their respect and soul going forward what we do! We classify everything under Donna and. We call things that we call music. That isn't reggae tone. Then I get thrown just for the sake of our will it has you know that little that little reiteration of the Dumb Bobi? I'm like yeah, but the essences aren't there and. People really don't give each of these sub genres, their flowers and it turning us in the process. So. Got That just finishing up our conversation today? Thank you so much for ob. Just hanging with us through our tech issues and the time difference, said the pandemic and every other thing. That could possibly happen. Anytime. It's fine Where can our listeners? Subscribe. Follow and share your work and do you have any tips moving forward? How people can be like I don't know conscientious or culturally aware like. And On, consumers are makers. Absolutely I would say that the best way to stay conscientious of. When consuming when I get on is pretty much the do. Basically work in regards to you know what these artists are inspired by I would say that these artists do give credit in regards to who has inspired them who they listen to growing up, but sadly sometimes it ends there. And I feel like that's responsible, but you know. Of course, it's a lot of different factors. Influencing these artists at the same time, this industry is not as easy. site. I'd say definitely doing your homework on the artists and what they say inspires them. That's definitely like the easiest way to stay on conscientious and. Make sure you're like you're doing your part to give respect to the people who've come before them, and who influenced the work of what they're doing. Had tweeted the other day people don't ask themselves. Like was borrowed was stolen. Is this copied? Ask ourselves that question enough and as well as quoting Picasso good artists. Borrow bright artists steal a really. Ask ourselves what it is. We are consuming. Swimming it does definitely one of the most responsible ways to console music I would say across any genre, but you definitely what I get done in this case I would say that the best way to stay in touch with me, and to keep both with what it is the I'm doing to check out. On instagram on twitter on facebook Youtube I try to do Thrown analysis via a segment called after. Getting to the bottom of. The analysis of these topics I talking about twenty four seven. And as well as my podcast, which is largely historically based better tonal. All right got that of Gaston. Coma got that. Thank you again for joining us today. I'm looking radio and to all of our look. What is go check out? Olive got those work Oliver Channels and as always a you can tune into radio on apple podcasts were on spotify, audio, boom and soundcloud a hit the band Mo, if you'd like to support indie projects, where at look I thought I dash radio and check us out at look radio DOT com. We'll see you next time this ethos..

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"reggaeton" Discussed on Locatora Radio

Locatora Radio

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"reggaeton" Discussed on Locatora Radio

"Her. L. Further Ado. In July. Really grow sack. mm-hmm. and. All right look at is welcome back. We are super excited to introduce our next guest of our CAPITOLA. Please welcome. Don't got. Hey Girl Hey. Go is staff. How's IT Goin'? I'm grown boom pretty good considering walk on on Where are you checking in from today? Where where do you stay? I am in Boston Massachusetts Okay amazing. And how are. Ya Now. Like how is the city responding and participating in everything? That's going on right now..

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"reggaeton" Discussed on Locatora Radio

Locatora Radio

02:13 min | 10 months ago

"reggaeton" Discussed on Locatora Radio

"As they should you. Yes buckets up on. Let them be afraid. They literally working for us, taxpayers dollars literally taxpayer dollars find. All sorts of departments in Los Angeles like they literally worked for US ARE STUPID ASS president works for US literally. Yeah. One. Let them be afraid. Let them be afraid and that's not all we have for you today because we have still a whole. Whole second half to this. Yet Sweden! So before we get into before we introduce are amazing, fabulous, beautiful guests I WANNA we want to share with Y'all that we have a new mid episode, Song Break Malady You WanNa. Talk about our new song. Break our new jingle. Absolutely, so you know as we grow. We realize that we can no longer. Play copyrighted music without permission. We will get in trouble one day, so you guys are used to hearing everything on book. Thought Out Megan, the stallion. What have you beyond say? We can't do that anymore. So what we did do was we tapped into local talent as we do, and we hit up our friend Dj Bianca Oblivion and we asked her to put together. y'All amid episode Song Break For us, so you all are hearing the premiered today. HOW EXCITING! Yes so exciting. It's so cute. It's like a little less than a minute long I love. Something for y'all to dance to get hype bore for our next guest. We're super excited to introduce to bring on. got that of a reggae tone gotTA. She's the executive producer and host of a bilingual podcast and Youtube series the takes a deep dive into the origins of reggae tone, and where it is today. I was having some technical difficulties so the majority. The interview is with Mala. Love Duncan I gotTA. I love what she does. I love what she's about so I'm really excited that we had the opportunity and the chance to a platform with.

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"reggaeton" Discussed on Locatora Radio

Locatora Radio

06:18 min | 10 months ago

"reggaeton" Discussed on Locatora Radio

"That's a big thing right now that black organizers are asking folks to amplify and look into a study up on and push in your local area. Like, the also said we want to defend the police and we know that even now in the midst of all the chaos in the midst of the uprising Garcetti is still trying to. You know give police extra I think billions of dollars, not even millions, so we're really working on on pushing budgets, and on focusing on where the money is going where the money goes is where the power goes well right, and then I would say like if you are planning on going out to a protests Make sure you wear a mask and take multiple masks with you because you might need to change yours out. They are really pepper spraying people indiscriminately and teargassing people indiscriminately. I took like a jug of milk. The first time I went out just in case because I've seen that that be recommended. Folks that we know have been gassed in pepper sprayed. Friends of ours journalists and who have been out protesting as well or covering the protests, and something that I've been doing is being a sharpie and writing like my emergency, contact my sister, her phone number and my arm, and then there's like a number for a bail bonds Here in the city is well that folks have been sharing and do not go by yourself. Take someone with you. Go with a friend or two friends and make sure that you have like a plan. Where your car is you kind of know like how many blocks USB comfortable running if you had to run figure out, if you guys want to be in the middle of everything if you want to be on the outskirts and Think about if you're like willing to lose things like if you're taking things with you. Is it stuff that you can live with outer that you can lose if you need to? And who are you telling that you're going to be there because as we've seen to? The LAPD are just like arresting folks in mass, and not disclosing always the locations that that detainees are being taken to. We've seen Mohandas. As one Moheddin particular right about essentially being sexually assaulted by Elliott PD, her and other protesters were very much, physically abused, and then dropped off in the middle of nowhere in Westwood with like no phones or or transportation keeping in mind. Mind that in a lot of cities like la there, they have also been shutting down public transportation, so it's not normal. It's like it's like it feels like a war zone. You know, and so like even you know no-one plans to get arrested I have zero plans getting arrested. We're walking into all of these like taking those precautions because it is that serious out there. We see is I've seen people with their kids to like they're. They're shooting. Tear gas into crowds with children in them. You know so just keep those things in mind. When you decide which action you might be participating in I would also say. Look into who the organizers are. The founders of black lives matter are queer women right, inherently black lives. Matter is clear it's. And so get to know who the organizers are. Is it white organized? Is it not. Is it affiliated with black lives? Matter I think that that's just as important when you're doing your research, and while you're GonNa, go protest and demonstrate yeah, and like another pro tip that I was really surprised about but is super helpful, so if you doubt if you have a snapchat and check out the snap map of the city where you live, you can get these hyper, hyper, hyper local on the ground views of the protests in real time and what they look like. You're you're looking at the snap? The concentration of people are posting their own protest experienced snapchat, and you can just see his bird's eye view of everything so yeah, and and again follow blogs. Matter because that's the source that's we're GONNA. Find like I think the most legitimate stuff. Yeah absolutely an ultimate. Be Safe out there always. Let people know where you're going to be at if you're going to be out. Like Malla shared all those really great tips when she was going to the first instrument I was like okay. Girl in the event that you are detained. Do you have bail money? Where is it right? Where do we go? Get you because like? I said. You're not going with the intention of getting arrested. I mean maybe you are, but if you're not like we're clear accounts of folks, the LAPD detaining folks, and then just dropping them off. God knows wear so always be safe. Don't go alone. Let people know where you're at There's a bunch of different safety tips online when it comes to like digital safety and like turning off location services. Turning off your cell service all of that so just things to keep in mind if you're out in the thick of it brings to keep your mind, and right now I feel like you know the Lapd Lake this term. Law Enforcement is such a misnomer and means almost nothing because there are such clear relations of our laws and procedure there are so many constitutional and human rights and civil rights violations, taking place daily at these protests being perpetrated by. Quote Unquote Lot of law enforcement, so it's just very bizarre. Z like you know very average everybody you know unarmed just out there, trying to exercise constitutional rights and allegedly the. There to protect, but is doing everything they can to wage war and to silence folks, so it's your right to be out there if you want to be if you can be. I think a lot of I know. My mom has been released scared for me and doesn't want me to go and I'm like look at the end of the day like we have rights, and they can't just force US inside and stomp us. How and make us be quiet. You know they're they can't. There's more than there are of them and I. think that they're seeing that and that's why. Aired and that's why they're reacting so violently. They're overwhelmed.

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"reggaeton" Discussed on Locatora Radio

Locatora Radio

07:31 min | 10 months ago

"reggaeton" Discussed on Locatora Radio

"Strong was born out of the blue lives matter movement are not even movement. Just blue lives matter ridiculous, and that's like we're. The whittier strong comes from. And so I'm like so which one is it? Is it whittier strong or is it? Black lives matter like. Please clarify for me and so now I'm see. I feel like that's that's happening as well and it's obviously very disingenuous, but that's a clear indicator to me that you're not actually for the people or the movement because you're. You're conflating the two when they're not there in your own, we connected. Also I am a little rusty on my constitutional amendments and such, but I'm trying to think. How is the right on a small business as far as the constitutional rights go or Freedom of assembly, not a little bit higher on the priorities you know. I would say higher up I would say that I don't have a storefront, but I do work with business owners and I do know that business owners have to have some type of insurance. No. I would assume I would assume that if your windows get busted, not even like not even protests looting wise, but just on a regular old day. If you were to get robbed, or would it be a fire, I'm I'm like ninety nine percent. Sure that your insurance would cover that and so I'm not understanding still why we're prioritizing the smashing of windows over. Human lives over black lives and I appreciate I was. Can we I need people to catch up absolutely and I was on twitter right, and of course all the good stuff is on twitter because our broadcast journalism is lagging and a lot of our print. Journalism is lagging. Sorry about it. They know they know that they're lacking. That are behind I mean the New York Times was basically in their own civil war recently, because turns out the New York Times. OP. Ed Team went out of their way. Op Ed to Senator Tom Cotton, and so he puts out his fascist manifesto. Her request of the New York Times and of course they gassed, liked hell out of there. Journalists of color who have bid talking about the. New York, times and I mean it's The New York Times. It's the paper of record. So that's what we're seeing so anyways. I'm on twitter because that's where we get our actual news. and. A, man by the name of Marshall Zelinger from Marshall Nine. News tweets out. There was a decision from a judge in Colorado. Judge issued a restraining order blocking Denver police from using chemical weapons or projectiles of any kind against persons engaging in peaceful. Demonstrations and the judge articles decision He said it a stores. Windows must be broken to prevent a protesters facial bones from being broken or I think permanently damaged. That is more than a fair trade if the building must be graffiti to prevent the suppression of free speech, that is a fair trade in essence, the sanctity of human life of human bodies, and our freedom of speech are so much more important than any building any window or any business, and it's actually like a moral, legal and ethical imperative to protect our right to burn the shit up when the federal government is killing. Killing unarmed civilians routinely like it is more than of air trade like this judge is saying and I was really happy with Governor Newsom came out and said the looting is not a black community problem. This is a white supremacy problem. This is a government problem. We have done this. We have dragged ourselves here like we have made this happen. So a few people in positions of power are providing that Turner Narrative, but not enough I would say absolutely, and you know we're still in a global pandemic through all of this. We're in to public health. Crisis is at the same time. And that just compounds like why folks are out protesting out at the demonstrations, because one job loss, economic disparity, people are angry. You know and obviously just reportedly communities of color. Black communities are going to be affected, and so we're seeing a very historical moment right now. We're living through it. I'm hopeful that radical change can come through this. You know nationwide people are talking about defunding the police. And there's a lot there's a lot going on. There's a whole lot going on, so and so before we had into our interview, I wanted to share. Because I've been thinking about this for my on my personal end, because I am not out at demonstrations, I'm not out at the protests I'm not out in the streets, and so I've been seeing conversations online happening like you don't have to occupy all the lanes like find the lane that you fit in and what you can do there and so I'm someone like Marla mentioned earlier. She can self isolate. I'm someone I've said this many times I. I live with my parents. I am not comfortable running the risk of death. You know getting Kobe. Because I cannot self isolate, I cannot put my parents at risk and raw healthcare workers, so it can literally travel to many other people if any of us really get sick so anyway, so I've been thinking about that. And I saw this really great framework that was created, and it was created by DEEPA air, and I'm going to link in the show notes, and so she talks about different different types of frameworks and roles that people have in in the movement, and so she has this reflective. Reflective section section where you can ask yourself questions about what is your role? Look like in the movement. And how can you really hone in on those qualities to make a difference, and so some examples that I wanted to share our, she talks about weaver's experimenters, frontlines, bonders, visionaries, builders, caregivers, disrupters, etc, etc, and so I, wanted to share that for folks that maybe are trying to find their space, and where they belong in this movement. Maybe you're immuno-compromised A. Maybe you have a disability and you cannot be out there. Marching in the streets, and you want to show some type of solidarity or some support, so I'm going to link that in the show notes so that folks can. Check it out and see where they stand. See where they belong where they can fit, and so I wanted to self identify as a weaver, which is someone that sees through lines of connectivity between people, places, or ideas and movements, and then there's also the role of storyteller, and clearly that is what we're here doing. Outlook, I thought I radio, so I wanted to share that. Provide some insight I hope you. Find, the place that you fit your. Thank you for sharing that. And I'm thinking to make sure that you're following black lives, matter and the chapter in your city or closest to you, because when it's not actions, protest marches and coming together in the streets, there are opportunities to lie. Provide public comment on your local city. Councils Zoom meeting that something. That happened this past week. That black lives matter was encouraging folks to call in to participate in demand the people's budget..

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"reggaeton" Discussed on Locatora Radio

Locatora Radio

01:59 min | 10 months ago

"reggaeton" Discussed on Locatora Radio

"And so that's just one little pocket or one little example of what's been happening in La with our. City officials and our local government Garcetti I think that he handled. Cove itself in La I think he handled that really well. And then. Another public health crisis happened, and he is like quick to shy away from any type of controversy, and so now he's under a lot of criticism as well like you said Ma the ACLU is suing the city of La so there's just a law going on day to day. You've been like during public comment. People were telling Michael Moore to suck their dicks like literally, and so they have been receiving an immense amount of criticism, which is well deserved, and so that's just one example of what we're experiencing LAPD or just in La Right now with Elliot He. Yeah, so that's just one example of what's been happening in La City city of La La County. There have been demonstrations. Demonstrations countywide in south. East la there have been multiple use land demonstrations, and it's so wild to see the police come out in full riot gear, and then you see these little like seventeen year old eighteen year olds protesting with their signs and demonstrating, and so it's just really backwards to see where we are as a society, but that's the reality of where we're at I wanted to share the story because I shared it on my close friends circle on Instagram, because I didn't want to take up with all followers and I'm trying to share resources and information, and so this just something like I can share this at a later time, but my game, which is the Latin owned. They shared a video and they shared all these assault rifles that they had in their gym. And they were saying like. Oh, we're we're GONNA. We're GONNA. Protect ourselves from any looting on so..

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"reggaeton" Discussed on Locatora Radio

Locatora Radio

07:51 min | 10 months ago

"reggaeton" Discussed on Locatora Radio

"We interviewed my friend. Nadia Nibs, a Minneapolis educator tune into that episode on Apple Podcasts, spotify soundcloud and audio boom. We WanNA think Nadia once again for giving us her on the ground perspective straight for Minneapolis. Especially since so many of our listeners are based in the southwest or New York. Chicago even we don't have a ton necessarily of first hand information about what's going on in Minneapolis, so we are really happy had not yet on, pod we have even more incredible interviews coming up, so I hope you're all excited. Yes, we have a lineup for y'all we are back to our regular Saturday recording schedule, so we're hoping to be more consistent with the podcast. I'm releasing of episodes as you all know, we're in a global pandemic, and we're still bringing you the content and we're really excited to have a guest for the second half of this episode yeah. But content really never stops especially. Now I, mean it was one thing to create content digitally when we were in quarantine under the covid nineteen pandemic, but now we're our country is essentially I feel like in the early stages of revolution and civil war, so there's really a lot to talk about A. we're going to get into all of those things today, but still ma. How have you been I? Know that you've been at couple of demonstrations in La in the downtown area. So can you talk to us about what you've seen to your first hand experience? Yeah I mean the part of the city of La that I live in. I feel like a lot of demonstrations are going on around me, and there have been protests from West Hollywood to Santa. Monica downtown La. Even protests in Burbank there have been protests in the San Gabriel Valley. In in Van Nuys all over and something that's really important to mention. Is that black lives matter? La has been hosting a weekly protests in front of I. Think in front of the LAPD headquarters. To protest the District Attorney Jackie Lacey who has been RDA or some years now and under Jockey Lacey's leadership. There have been something like six hundred police. MURDERS LAPD murders of civilians in La County and none of them have been prosecuted. Me Myself, when I was working at peace over violence as a case manager, and represses counselor I saw so many horrific cases turned down by Jackie. Lacey's by the DA's office, and just over and over and over again just really horrific cases of police officers who were domestic abusers who were rapist who had child pornography on their computers that had been reported to hire ups. You know really horrific crimes that the DA's office continuously just rejected and decided not to I'll cases on so that's one thing to keep in mind like black lives matter. Los Angeles has been out here protesting on a regular basis for years and really building. The People Power and we're at a point now. Where everyone is out so on last week I went to I went downtown the day after one of the first kind of all day all night protests, and just to check out the downtown area. Spring Street in Broadway and see what everything looks like. And of course there's been so much media attention on the looting by the honest truth. Is that the quote? Unquote looting is so minimal and superficial I. Mean we're talking about broken glass and prove easy. You know like. Of course there have been building that have burned down, but the thing that's wild to me is seeing journalists. Like say at the forefront of their reporting while the looters only represent a small. Of people who are out on the streets, the majority of protests are peaceful, and yet the majority of the coverage is on the looting right, even though our our journalists acknowledged that it's a small percentage of what's going on, but so I went downtown, and then on Sunday on Monday of this week I went out and I went downtown I went to City Hall. There was a small, but growing protests there that eventually moved to the front of the LAPD headquarters, and it was wild, as the National Guard is in town, and so their tanks are everywhere. I've seen their changed since Santa Monica. I've seen their tanks over here by where I live like in the mid city area, and their tanks are all over downtown, and on Monday I saw that LAPD and the National Guard had released surrounded the entire area. All of the side streets, any of the outlets anywhere near city. Hall or LAPD Headquarters, and since we've been on curfew in La basically for the past week, the ACLU and and different folks sued the city. City of La at this point so far said he had to like undo the curfew and revoke it, but there was a period of time there were there were texting is like all day moving up the curfew like hour by hour. From eight PM to sixty am to four PM. In some parts of La, the curfew was one pm like on the west side, so what I saw was on my phone, getting all these different deadlines for curfew, being moved up, and at the same time, the National Guard, and the LAPD surrounding your the LAPD headquarters and sure enough when when protesters I left early when I saw that shit going on, I left. and. So clearly were waiting to trap protesters to arrest. And they came out with all the ZIP ties around their ways, and it was just crazy, so that was on Monday and then went out yesterday again and I went to a march that pass by pershing square and I think that one was a little bit more calm on on the side of the police on the side of law enforcement, there were national guards. All plays really weird to hear them. Say like have a nice day and be safe out there and I'm like you're the only one holding like an assault rifle off. Why are you telling me to be safe when you're holding? I can't take assault rifles like you brought these guns into downtown and they weren't here before. I mean of course, there's ends in downtown, but not like. Just out on the street. You know so. It's been wild planning to go to Hollywood tomorrow. There's another action. And just a cab, and just like to say I've been going out because I. Have I live alone. In my apartment I can come and self isolate, because the pandemic is still going on like all the protesters. Everyone who's out, there is like we're putting ourselves at a certain amount of rhys, because Kobe is still highly contagious and out there. Yeah Yeah I wanted to share Just as you were talking I wanted to share that the police chief of LAPD I'm. News but if you'RE NOT IN LA. Maybe you didn't hear this. Maybe you did by Michael Moore. The police chief of LAPD said that the looters also have George Floyd's blood on their hands, so they're just as responsible for the police that murdered George Floyd and naturally this caused in outpour of criticism, and he had to backtrack and apologize say that he misspoke, but he already stated his comment. We know how he really feels. And so that's just one little pocket or one little example of what's been happening in La with our. City officials and.

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"reggaeton" Discussed on Allegedly NYC

Allegedly NYC

12:43 min | 1 year ago

"reggaeton" Discussed on Allegedly NYC

"See their Okay and we're back and joining us all the way from. Where did you come from? I came from Bushwick. Actually all down the block and bushfire duardo welcome to allegedly yeah announced. You've always got to give you a standing ovation. Everyone's special here today. I'm good I'm good. Edlow is a writer from Texas. And who is the music editor over a hundred mascola correct? Just GonNa come here a lot of duck. Excuse me you wanna find it online right. Yeah I haven't heard if you've been living under a rock you grew up in El Paso and when did you come to New York? Came in two thousand fifteen so you in the travel was bounce and stuff for a long time band full thing. What kind of music? I guess in D. type stuff before it was so like rock star Status Lane no not rockstar. Status more touring. I think anyone who's tour can stay there been like brought Iraq rockstar. Jason Moments. Like you gotTA drink ticket free substances here for me. That's definitely where did you find yourself drawn to music? Oh Wow I don't I mean I think since I was a little kid it was your family musical through so I think a moment. I remember as I figured out how to play like a melody on the piano on my own and so then my dad go. Let's put you in piano classes so they nurtured your fee to your creative side. I read that you opened a record store in two thousand fourteen. I did open a record store. That's so cool. By the way it was my dream in life was always like either work in a record store or like have one and you. You had one. That's fabulous. I think it's pretty cool to work on because I watched empire record records awesome. I'm Mike Gaba would have been got Friday Night Ranger Library. How I am like nerd. How did that come about so that was kind of odd? I had like a kind of marketing consulting agency. I went to school for like video production and stuff like that. We'll making so is using that to do marketing and I was actually working out of a coffee shop one day. I had an office but I was working at a coffee shop and I saw this little building in front of the coffee shop. A friend of mine owned this whole to shopping center. It was made out of recycled shipping containers. And so asked. What's that. What are you using that for storage and I was like that would be really cool record store. You should get someone to do it. And he's like you should do funny and I went home and I kind of joked about it with my partner and she was like dude. You should actually do that. Get Ha ha funny and then it just kind of spiraled out of control and then ended up doing that. Well there was a record store and then it turned into a record label and then into a festival against spiraled out of control so funnily enough. I was in the store. I was just reading a book about factory. Records Obsessed with all of that stuff. That's so cool and I was like. Wow my own factory. Records which is a bad omen because that was a huge failure upright aspiration impact. Often I love. I Love a occult moment so there was this band of people who I knew from a Passover. They're doing pretty well they were actually in La. I think at the time but then they were. They used to be scientists Mexican summer records out of New York and stuff and they were doing pretty well but they didn't have a record deal at that moment And I was like. Hey Do you have a bunch of recorded music? You WanNa put out the Guy Scott. David actually have sent me like fifty songs pick twelve or ten or whatever and we put a record it was on vinyl only to begin with and we ended up putting it on streaming and since the record was going to be ready around the same time the south by South West. We were like. Oh this is south by party to promote it and then that turn into having a southwest party. Every year for years they'll find. Yeah and then we realized we were able to get Brown to give money to do these things really. What if we do like a festival and we get to pay for it somehow so we sort of do that for a couple years and it was just it was? It was fun but I'll pass was a difficult market for really making money off creative projects Reynolds Kinda wiles like. Let's just say you got to your point. You were they okay. Yeah I'm done. Did that done right did that. I was curious to ask you about because we were talking about the record store and like yes joking about you working at. Yeah I daughter but like I I was reading a piece of your writing online of sucking and you sort of compare like Modern Day. Bloggers to the record store clerks. Who are sort of like the music. I go to person where you'd like. Ask opinions like the latest thing or like you get. Give their opinions on what's hot or not kind of thing. Say the two thousand fifteen so like I haven't we relationship with music journalism. Sometimes they think it's like the writers are steered a certain way because of their ego or because they wanted to generate clicks nowadays. It's very different so I wonder as someone who's experienced sort of both sides of that like having a record store knowing how it influences culture and then being a writer to like. What are your Go-to what's your view on that. And also like what you go to for honest references on music or like nowadays like where do you get the good stuff so I think that kind of sort of out? It's a it's an outdated thing to think of a music. Journalist is someone who's really truly a gatekeeper anymore. Because you know nineteen seventy five is. Someone wrote a review on an album that you didn't know you wanted to spend five dollars or not You would kind of take their word for it and say okay. I'll buy this piece of vinyl and taking home and listen to but now I mean of course second something is released. You can listen to for yourself and form your own opinion whether you like it or not. And then everyone has their opinions and we can have access to everyone's opinion exactly so just terrible and also awesome. Sometimes I like to purity of like what it used to be like just getting something like listening to it in knowing that okay truck. I was the best one out of the whole album. I Dunno so enjoy that yeah I mean so I think I think the role of of good music journalist. It's changed more to place a piece of music kind of within the context of culture. Now right now. It's not so much about whether or not this is good or bad more. Like why this matters why this might matter in twenty years whereas this other thing might not matter in twenty years I think that's where a lot of artists get really upset. You know. Because Y- especially publications like pitchfork sometimes have really cool reviews. I gotTa admit like some fucking. Yeah there's huge popstars selling out world tours get so angry that some of these journalists probably rightfully think that they won't matter in five years and it's just like this ego bruise so it's like a crystal ball for them because they fear you know say they think that you know they just. We got wiki article could make or break artists. That doesn't really affect our careers. I mess around. I think I might do the opposite actually band. Greta van fleet pitchfork grow the most hilarious review. I've ever read in my life about anybody And had never heard that before I definitely stream there right after now. Curiosity got one stream out of that bad review. At least an extreme talking talking I also had a column about the past present and future of reggae done. I did. Yeah so shortly after The spicy to became a worldwide phenomenon. Everybody was writing about on and everybody was talking about Dante. Finding I was actually having drinks with music editor from another publication and they were talking about how they wanted to cover on more and stuff and I mentioned something about how she should cover Canada. I and she was like who's that and I'll say well we'll we'll wait like you know who it is and so. I went home and I was like okay. There's people who don't know who I was like. I don't there's people who don't know how we got to lease Fonsi and Daddy Yankee brain like maybe I should tell that story and I pitched it to. Actually I didn't work there at the time And they took the yeah accepted the pitch and it became this kind of huge thing for a while was fun so from there you want to being the music editor hiring. That's a resume tumble into how did that go? How many and it was just. My editor emailed me out of the blue one day and was like. Hey so I'll be leaving in a few months and wondering if you might be interested in exploring the possibility of filling my role I was like. I don't know like I don't know if I do that. That's I've heard how hard being an editor 's seems brutal. I mean people think you're just editing words but you're doing a million thanks very emotional job. Yeah you're coordinating with publicist and artists. Have to wait on bengals. Yeah and you also you have to tell people it's not great actual editing like forty percent of the job in in some cases in mind. We are sort of editing. You're overseeing sort of like. You're not editing. Are you editing articles as well as the music section? Yeah Yeah and then you're like kind of that's a lot of work you're eating out. We have advanced. Who Work you know? That's exciting? I wanted to get a little bit more into the tones or Bono. Seen with you a little bit and correct me if I'm wrong I don't know but I think much like hip hop reggae tone. Did it start off as sort of an outlet for like Black Afro Latino artists to like in Panama till like a just social issues? Yeah so of course most people kind of history of it right like definitely came from Dancehall If you go to Panama many people are from Jamaican descent because A lot of thousands of Jamaican workers were hired to build the canal in the early nineteen hundreds and so many state and many state in what was called the American zone at the time so a lot of them speak English so artists. Like Kinda not though. Who was one of the Pioneers They sang in English. Originally they were taking Jamaican records. Cousins would send them and taking the B side which was instrumental and then wrapping over them in English on the Spices called the ORCAS and Panama and eventually at moved to New York and people here actually told him. Hey you should sing in Spanish like music. Crowd Kinda gets more when you do that. And so that's kind of how he started singing in Spanish and then by people back in Panama started doing too. And those were kind of like the seeds right of Nando boom actually made a cover of dumbo right which is like people. Now use of term voter refer like. Don't be right right. That's I also wondered that because they dumbo is like a specific rhythm within reggae tone. Or Yeah because they feel like there's a little difference between the rhythm right so the Dumbo. The dumbo rhythm was a shabby right. Nando boom covered it in Spanish I mean and the the beat for it was actually kind of re recorded here in Long Island well.

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"reggaeton" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"reggaeton" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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"reggaeton" Discussed on HOMOGROUND

HOMOGROUND

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"reggaeton" Discussed on HOMOGROUND

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"reggaeton" Discussed on HOMOGROUND

HOMOGROUND

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"reggaeton" Discussed on HOMOGROUND

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"reggaeton" Discussed on HOMOGROUND

HOMOGROUND

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"reggaeton" Discussed on HOMOGROUND

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