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"rick ross" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

06:06 min | Last month

"rick ross" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

"It was a reason for me to be in. And the book as well, I am sure there's many chapters to come, but you said, you know, I'm not finished yet. Now I want to change the world. And that's a big, you've done so much. You have so many business ventures, you changed music. You've changed business. You have these books now. New York Times bestsellers. The way you say, now I want to change the world. It feels like it's got some kind of weight, like you're either talking about foundation, charity, political something, is that what's really left? It's a lot left. It's a lot left. You know, just me being a leader, me being at the forefront. It's a lot left. You know what I mean? Just beginning with health, just beginning with ourselves. You know what I mean? You know, I touched on a few things last year with jet Doc. You know, and it's a lot more things to do. And we're going to see. And I'm going to keep going. Well, I can't wait to hear the album and thank you for giving the time. You know, obviously, I had signed wale way back in the day, and then we had to deal with Interscope that didn't work out. And the best thing that ever happened was you picking about that I love him, and I was so happy to see that success that you guys had together. So I texted him last night and I was like, oh, give me like a secret question. To something to ask Roseanne, he was like, and I ain't got nothing, but I'd love to be if I want to watch that fucking conversation. I was funny, I was like, I think it's gonna be fine. Oh without a doubt. It's been a pleasure. Thank you so much for the music over the years and I love the book and best of luck with everything. Man, you already know, man, I'm here whenever you want to do something, let's get some. Let's make some dope shit homie. I'm here. Let's do it. Let's do it. I love the fucking bas guitar. It's my favorite. It's just like it's your favorite. Let's go, let's turn up. I love the bass guitar. It's probably my favorite instrument to play. Rick Ross once told a story of putting the finishing touches on his album black market and at the very last minute he flew out his bass player to play on all the songs because he missed that feeling. That sound in the music from his earlier records. I knew we got along when I read that actually. This whole experience of hosting the fader uncovered for the past two seasons and living out all my teenage journal fantasies has been pretty wonderful. I'm not gonna lie, it's a lot of work. Mainly because I don't know how to do anything without over preparing to the hilt. Reading books, listening to entire back catalogs, watching docks, scouring the net. And then also writing these little break pieces hoping to keep you interested and entertained in your headphones or on the train or in the car wherever you might be. But I've also learned so much from these brilliant guests. I can't even sit down to meditate anymore without thinking of some sage advice from Jim James of my morning jacket. Be like the leaf. So this concludes season two of the fader uncovered with me Mark ronson. Our podcast is taking a short break and we'll return in early 2022. In the meantime, all episodes from season one and two are available wherever you get your podcasts. So thank you for listening. Take me out with the fader. Thanks again to Rick Ross for taking the time to talk with us. A special fader thank you to our Grammy and Oscar award winning host Mark ronson. Please visit the fader dot com slash podcasts to read the original cover story and check out a playlist of artists mentioned in this episode. If you like the show, please share it and review us on your favorite podcast app. Executive producers rob stone and John Cohen for the fader podcast network. Talent booking, Robert English. Producers, Alex Robert Ross, and Maddie Russell Shapiro. 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"rick ross" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

08:03 min | Last month

"rick ross" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

"The perfect day to boss up is technically build as an advice how to book. And that makes sense. Ross life is an incredible success story and his approach to making money. Well, I wish I had a bit more of that. I do wish I could go into a bar mitzvah. Hell yeah, let's do this. Let's have the best time ever because I'm honestly a bit more like, well, I'm curious to sell out, look what you'll do for a chat. But it's like, why shouldn't every gig be the best ever? It's a wonderful thing to know that any crowd wants to see you do your thing. And the fact that you can lift that occasion just with your presence and doing what you do, well, that's sort of a mitzvah itself. You get the feeling that Ross could actually just walk around a party smiling and high fiving and they would instantly be safe. That's the people's champ part of him shining through. But he earned that through talent and persistence and a whole lot of charisma. So there's some really hilarious shit in the book honestly. I really love there's some little language like you tell this amazing story and it's feels totally real about going to visit Kanye at, where is it? In Atlanta, he's at the Tyler Perry thing. And you say the first person that walks in, that you see is Rick Fox, who's like running the business. And I love you have this line. I have to quote it 'cause I was just like, I was like laughing out loud. This is no shade to Rick phosphate. I always knew Rick Fox to be a reliable, small Ford. I didn't know he was working for Kanye. You could ever give a definition of Rick Fox for life. There's certain players that are just great at filling those homes. This is Rick Ross, I'm walking through the warehouse, that's owned by the gentleman who owns Chick-fil-A. We stopped shook hands with him. Yeah. Walking through Kanye showing me around showing me the fashion side of the warehouse. We walked through the music side, the studio side. We listened to production beats so so on and so forth. And then he walks me over into the presidential campaigns. One thing to know Rick Fox for being an NBA player, a small forward in his real bang the norm for being an NBA player a small forward and working for Kanye and then there's no one Rick Fox would be in the NBA player or small four in employee for Kanye. And then the guy that's running the president you campaign. Oh, he's running the campaign. He wants to just, okay, okay, wow. Oh, I most definitely I was in an amazing moment. And I wish y'all do it all over again. I wish I could just yeah. And I would have been less than or I wish I could have just really enjoyed the moment a little more. Instead of looking around and you see Rick Fox, you know, chalkboard and you look I look to my right and here next to me and then I looked at my left. There was an older white guy look like a scientist your show wasn't Sean Bradley. I'm not sure who it was. I just was like, rose, you got yourself some shit today, buddy. I also, like, you tell it, you're not afraid to tell exactly how happy of it in a funny way and you recognize the some of the craziness of it. But then I love at the end, it's just you and Kanye like you're like, I need beats and he's like, all right, well, if you got rhymes, cool. Like it's just like at the end of the day because you talk about you guys go back 20 years. Yeah, we do. We go back a long time and it's just that was the dope thing about the whole conversation to me was the fact that it was still about music, regardless of how much success he's having with fashion, clothes, you know, getting to live out his dreams. That was some bucket list shit. I'm running for president. I'm sure that's real cool to talk about it all up, you know, the parties, you know, having a glass, a loop Bel Air with some friends, you know, that's a great conversation piece, but at the end of the day, it went back to the music. Yeah. It went back to the beach. And went back to the raps, the ideas and so I was just like, yo, you know, I get it. I get it. I see what he's doing. Also, I had another thing that really stuck in my mind about the book is you know obviously been embroiled in some verbal wars yourself, but you seem to have this you're like the harshest put down that you've ever heard is that we talk about the Anderson Cooper when Donald Trump lost the thing and he calls Trump an obese turtle. And I feel like it was just like that went over my head even when that happened, but you seem to be like really like a lot of respect. You're like, if there was a full fucking burn, obese turtle, you really give it up to Anderson Cooper for that. That was, that was hilarious. I never could, you know. That was funny. You got to admit that. It's incredible. I don't even know how I missed it the first time and you know there were a lot of like fuck face Mac orange. There were a lot of great insults but obese turtle really just does everything it needs to do. So the album comes out Friday. Everybody downloaded December 10th. Of course, I can't wait. So tell me about this record and in an incredible discography so much solid as much as anybody ever. What is this recommend to you and how is it maybe different? I think what it means to me is just being somebody that was always on my own pedestal for the things I brought to the game. I think that's what made me unique coming from the south, but the word play was much elevated than the standard or the norm. And I just got better and better. You know, by the time I released my debut port of Miami, which a lot of people heralded as a classic by the time I was at deeper than rap, people knew this shit was going somewhere different. Teflon Don came mastermind came when I put together the record with Dr. Dre, Jay-Z and myself. Three tanks. Yeah, three kings and so I just began to show people my vision and what, you know, the things I'm capable of and still capable of. And so here I am. Album number 11. And I'm still just dependent solely on the boss, the beans, that's what I really focused on. So when you hit these records, when you hear little Havana and the vibe and the intro by Willie falcone, the biggest kingpin in the history of shit, it could be the U.S. just introduced the album and set the tone and I did the rest. Yeah. And are there any new features or people that you have to work with on this record? Did you decide to try anything new musically? Well, I got to actually get a virtual majority young artist coming out of Miami. You know, we worked in the past Apple of my eye. He actually produced these incredible producers and as well as our artists as well as young and they started essential Florida. We did an incredible record. I really feel it's going to really hit streets in a major major way. And I exchanged bars with Benny to push her, you know, some cool things. Wale, future, we got on another record. One words and you know, everything just, you know, it sits in his own place. And I want to just make sure I remain creative so that it was always not only just me being here 'cause I wanted to, when.

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"rick ross" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

06:30 min | Last month

"rick ross" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

"Do you do? How much can you do in a day? The majority of the part I'm responsible for. I could cut it 8 hours. Yeah. I usually have three or four more other homies on those spin arounds going through all the other you know what a terrain ain't this flat. You know, I cover all the flex spots where I get to see the traffic and I get to see the most animals because that's what I want to see. And the 8 hours in there, are you listening to be so you listen to music, you meditating? I usually won't silence. Oh, really? Yeah. That's a great time to talk to yourself. Yeah. Blunt burning. You only tracked it. Yeah. John Deere mafia. So the point of the book, really, other than being very entertaining in a great read and great anecdotes is really to inspire people how to boss up like you said. It's got business. Yeah. Without a doubt. Was that the reason? Because the first ones a memoir and this was really to inspire, is that why you decided to write it? Right, right. The first one was about me just feeling how amazing I am. I had to fulfill that scratch that off the list. Boom. And now the second book was more about me just fulfilling the answers I get when I wake up the social media. Rose had to do this. You got 20 business partners. How does this happen? And that's where the book really comes in perfect day to boss up, which really breaks down just the fact of you got to take advantage of those 24 hours that we all get every day. We gotta make the most of those. How can we multiply our output? And that's what it's about. And that's what I tell people the most. I really like as well. And it reminded me of something when you talked about when you first got to the farm because you bought this farm of Andrew Holyfield's giant estate. And you realize that if you bought your own machinery like how entrepreneur would think that you could save money, right? Why do I need to rent this shit? Well, I'm ready why pay 15. For my understanding there were 17 people that were working in 7 days a week. I don't need that. I know what I'm gonna do. I'm a go to John Deere and go get the biggest tractor with the widest hitch. I could put on the back. And I'm gonna roll up ten blunts and don't stop. The thing that I totally remind me instantly of was in the fader article back from 2006, you're driving through Miami and you're pointing at all the posters that you put up, you said, see these? We went out and we got our own printing factory and we got our own cherry pickers so we could put the shit higher than everybody else and I was like, wow, like 15 years later, it's like the same we still hands on when we own the piece of the Miami Heat we'll be selling jerseys out front. Yeah. How is that going? 'cause you talk in the book about the hundred, it's a $100 million goal. You're inching towards saying you're just up there and to get a piece of the heat, but I have a feeling do you think really when you get to a 100 million you get the piece of the heat you'll be able to sit back? I feel like with most people, once you achieve these goals, the people that can't quite sit still, there'll be a new goal. I'm not sure 'cause we already surpassed a 100 million, you know what I mean? Yeah. Congratulations. Congratulations. What about the heat? Which is, you know, we haven't sat down and had a serious conversation. We got a great relationship with the heat. They know I'm a support them. You know, regardless of what goes down, but that's something I really, you know, she really seriously moved forward with a rocket make that happen. I think that I have, I go to therapy. Ain't nothing wrong with that. So I basically, my therapist is always like, I take gigs. I take some gigs for money gigs. These things that I don't really want to do sometimes and I'm always like, am I doing this because I want to do this gig or because I'm worried that the money is going to freeze up and one day the gigs are going to stop coming sky's going to fall in. So he's always like, well, there's two main motivations of human behavior. Fear and desire. So you got to pick, do you feel like because obviously you have an incredible ambition and a drive. Do you ever feel like some of that thing is driven by the same? Like, what if the money runs out one day or is it just like, is it a positive thing? No, not at all. It's not about the money. For me it's the it has to be the desire because I still could fly in late night, get on my story, talk about the music, knowing in two hours I gotta get up and do an interview that I'm gonna look for to doing. I still look forward to going to the club. I look forward to being in Vegas. I look forward to going to Dresden. I still look forward to laying my fucking outfit out, man. This time what watch I'm a weather day to rose gold, roll what we gonna do? You know, so I'm still, I'm just a purist when they come to this shit right here. And even like the bar mitzvahs and the weddings and stuff like that, that's just like, okay, cool, go shake hands, some cute kids, why not? Of course. Yeah, some of the bar mitzvahs I've done man. I've had some with the funniest times ever. I've been a big ass mansions and they flew me in, or in the back and they put me in their back seat of a car and been at a bar mitzvah where I was in the back seat of a car and they drove me into the middle of the party. This is the car to gift they're giving. You know that daughter, I'm that daughter's favorite artist. I get out the back seat. And when I tell you, yo, this shit was some of the I had the most fun. You know what I mean? And then I run into so many people from the party later on, man. And we actually keep relationships. So that's what I'm saying. I love what I do. You know what I mean? And the way I move the music I make, you know, just has a certain energy. I'm on some boss energy. So when people introduce themselves, they introduce me their better selves, their biggest selves. And so it's all love. It's amazing. I just think to myself for that girl at 13 who have Rick Ross perform at.

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"rick ross" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

06:31 min | Last month

"rick ross" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

"There have been some wonderful connections that have come out of doing this show. In fact, after connecting for the season one finale, Damon Alban and I ended up working on an upcoming tune featuring wale. And immediately following my Pharrell combo, I ended up getting back in touch with Chad Hugo Pharrell's partner from the neptunes, and we spent the past week working on some new music. At one point this week, I asked Chad, where he got all those amazing drum sounds from in the early Neptune's records, because they really were incredible. And he told me well I chopped up a lot of breaks, but I also got a disk of drum sounds from Bing dog, AKA Bing. My jaw kind of dropped a because I live for a little hip hop trivia like this. But B, I love the idea of these young fledgling producers who are soon going to change the sound of hip hop and very different ways. Passing their sounds back and forth like this camaraderie. And see, there sounds are actually nothing alike. The neptunes made this gospel punk future funk and bink made this blueprint era sped up soul sample dramatic bangers. And while bink's name might not ring off like some of his contemporaries, he's made classics. I mean, he co produced blackstreet, don't leave me. I mean, that's how far it goes back. And along with Kang Anne just plays, he pioneered a true sound in hip hop. A great sound that still alive because of artists like Drake and Rick Ross. It's devil in a new dress. Of course, around the time you always this was you were like, this is the best virus I've ever written. Everybody knows it's an incredible voice. Is it still up there? Is it still the bar for you, the best for us? You feel like you be it since then. It's most definitely one of the favorites. You know, because, you know, we just let it was all about the production. We let it breathe. You know what I'm saying? I was out in Hawaii with Kanye and it was just one of those times. And it was a special time. It was a special piece of art. You know, just for the ones that still consider it, you know, rose, best verse, one of rose favorites. It will be talked. And you talk about it in the book. There's a lot of great stories about my favorite story that really is like a story that changed the history of music is about the clips Kanye didn't know about pushes. Do you mind just shedding a little light or retelling that story for everybody? Because that's an incredible story. It's just one of those things where I won't say that, yay didn't know about them you know the dog was a nasty super nice nigga. It was just one of those times we was in the studio and you know I just sparked a certain conversation. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. So basically Kanye found out that he had done a verse for TI and it had ended up on this clip song and he didn't know and he was about to take it wasn't he or take it off because he didn't know and you were like, no, no, the clips are like pushes great. You should get him out here. And that really is like him signing a good music really, you're kind of responsible for that in some ways. And I don't even want that responsibility. You know what I'm saying? Dudes, both of them dudes great, you know what I'm saying? Yeah. Well, that's very nice and modest and with the success you have. You can say that. I love the book. I mean, it's amazing that you got it out so fast because it feels like a lot of the things you're talking about COVID or the fungus, which I love. The fungus is still among us. Wow. How 'cause it feels like you're writing about this stuff that we're really still in the middle of it. But your COVID story was crazy 'cause you'd actually had it before we knew what it was. Right, I had the fungus before we even knew what the fungus was. That's why I still refer to it as the fungus. Yeah, because when I went looking for help, nobody they asked me was I petting elephants while I was out of the country. Did you write a camel? I'm like, yo, stop. This is the fun. Where are you? Were you somewhere, you were somewhere exotic or something? I'm most definitely. I have been over, you know, London. I had been over in Paris. I had been a lot of different. I had been traveling. And while I was traveling, I'm going through London and I'm crossing so many, you know, Asian people at the time and they all had their masks on. And I just remember thinking back like, yo, Michael Jackson been up on his mask, you know, 40 years ago, you know what I'm saying? So then they announced that this is what it is and you're like, oh shit, that must be that thing that nearly took me out the game for I knew what I doubt when they told me it was two weeks, you know, I knew without a doubt that was the fungus I had because I remember it. I counted the days. I knew it was two weeks. So you spent got to spend the most amount of time ever probably in one place after 15 years of just the craziest grind ever. And not just a grind because you love it, but what was that like at first that readjustment was it wonderful where you're afraid you talk about the fungus and how it obviously is fucking with the revenue streams, but was there some kind of piece that you had? Most definitely most definitely as far as what I got out of it on a personal level. I would do it all over. You know what I mean? The time I got the strangers, you know, speeching and going back and forth with my family. My team, myself, more importantly, you know, I went and bought the track to start cutting my own grass. I pulled the weeds out of my own flower beds. That type of shit. Yeah. I was just being more creative. That's when the book came into play perfect day to boss up. Why not? I saw a picture of you a couple of months back and it was amazing. I want to say one of my favorite pictures I've seen is like you're in the track and it's like, it's just a picture of a man at peace. Like you just look like you're in the tractor. You have the blood, it's a good picture to be all day. And I just like, that is phenomenal. That's an amazing day. Yeah, that's just something everyone wants to spy to. And peace your phone off, no radio, just a blunt. Yeah. 300 acres of the cut. Jesus, that is a lot. Does that take all day? You can't do that in one day, even in like a crazy house. It's not a chance. So what.

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"rick ross" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

07:40 min | Last month

"rick ross" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

"Miami is and has been for a while, a true legit epicenter of hip hop. OG legends have set up shop there, Pharrell, Timberland, newest stars, like little pump, Denzel car and Kodak black keep it rejuvenated. And Florida's shall we say looser rules during the pandemic have made it a real boom town in the past few years anyway. But when Ross came on the scene in 2006, you have to realize there was really nothing there. At least other than uncle Luke trick daddy and Trina, party music for clubs and strip joints. DJ Khaled is surely the other most important figure in this transition. He went from being a local Miami radio DJ to one of the city's greatest champions to now one of the most important figures in all of modern hip hop and culture. But in the old days, Miami looks so much to New York for the musical cues. Even Khaled tells the story of flying up to New York City on a Friday night just to listen to funkmaster flex on the radio, then go to the store the next morning to buy all the records he heard flex play the previous night. And then fly right back to Miami to play them himself on the radio. I mean, this is what you had to do in the pre Internet era. Ross debut port of Miami was the announcement in anointing of a new Titan and put Miami on the map in a whole different way. I mean, the opening bars of hustling, the fanfare of the staccato strength into the church organ. That was enough to even let you know there was a new mayor in town. In fact, come to think of it that very mixed, the crazy adrenaline energy of the strings into the soulful gangsta vibe of the organ will come to define the two stars of Rick Ross beats. The smash and grab drama BMF or the soulful pimped out vibe of the maybach music. Back after a break. 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For more information contact customer service at the prisoner wine company dot com. Other exclusions may apply. Please enjoy our wines responsibly. What I think of your music, I think of like, this is a simplification, but there's two sides, right? There's the beautiful musical stuff you upholding the 70s tradition. I love that you always talk about Curtis Mayfield and this stuff. And then there's like, it's like what me and my friends call shit hammer music. Like you just want to take a hammer and smash that window and everything in your house. I like that. Yeah, 'cause you have MC hammer. It's like, I guess it's a little play on that, but I want to talk about what was the music growing up. There must have been the music in the house was it a lot of soul and 70s and R&B and that stuff that was obviously a big influence on you. Without a doubt, my mom being from Mississippi, my dad from Florida. You know, my mom, that's where she listened to Johnny Taylor. Isaac Hayes. So I was, as far back as I could remember, I was listening to R&B music. So music gospel music and as soon as I heard rap as soon as I heard her R&B, I remember I was may have been in shit man second or third grade when I heard cool it now. You got a cool you don't understand something that my sister and all her friends came over to the house and I was forced to listen to that shit for 5 hours straight and so at some point I began to enjoy and recognize the things I did, even if it was a record I didn't like. I could still listen to it and I did I would just go past what I didn't like about it and find something in the record that I liked. Yeah. You know what I mean? And once you think once you do that, that's what makes you extremely articulate when it comes to the records and the music and the sounds, the melodies. Have you ever been to the stacks museum in Memphis and seeing they have Isaac Hayes old car that? Get out of town. I may have been to every little shit hammer spot. Right. Right. And I mean that in the iconic way from sun records and going down on Bill street. You know, I don't expect many, many years over time and just out of roll pass every artist who ever lived and Memphis house. You know, like that time shit. Yeah. Me too, actually, in fact, that's why I went to clarksdale where you said, you know, you talk about where you're from where your mom's from because a lot of people recognize it and as ground zero of the blues American music and we went to that place reds. Do you know rats? Right. It's this crazy juke joint. And you know, you like, you can't find it. It's definitely not on any map and just went in and it's just a small hot with like this dude's shredding the blues. It was incredible. Right. I've actually went to ground zero that's owned by Morgan Freeman in clocks down. Oh, is it called ground zero? Yes. Oh shit. And I just listened to a dude, one dude was actually playing the guitar, all this strings went out and he restrained a guitar while playing it. It was just shit. That was unfathomable. Yeah, I definitely I mean, I took a road trip, Jeff basker, who I don't know if you met when the dog twisted fantasy day he did a lot of all of the lights and a lot of production for kaya me and him decided we wanted to drive up from New Orleans to Chicago and trace the roots of the blues in the evolution and basically the music that we loved so much, so we did all the things you said, clock style, Memphis, Beale street. It was incredible. That was a great experience. That's one for the books. I do love that tradition of music that you keep alive and you've been doing it from the beginning. And I always know, I love certified lover boy. It's a great record. When you only live twice comes on, it's like a sigh of relief though for a guy like me like that sound that soul but with the kind of fury bank I actually feel like this is no shade to bank. I bank is one of my favorite producers ever, but actually I didn't realize how many records he was still making since I went through your catalog. Like you're kind of upholding that tradition. Tell me about some of the some of your favorite records that you've made. I feel like we got to just shout out bank for a second. I don't know why. Santorini. Later, it only makes sense. Santorini Greece, you know, that the music he made for the collab with Kanye on devil in a new dress. You know, that's right, man. You know, the center in Greece. You know,.

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"rick ross" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

03:10 min | 4 months ago

"rick ross" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Those are bread. I had homeboys that was in a penitentiary. My close friends or body was actually my my closest for and when he came home from a federal penitentiary has such a fucking amazing book collection of talking about books from from eighty then ordinary laws was just one of became a few years later. You know a topic of discussion amongst the young black brothers so you know that was just one of them and then i actually got to meet sit down and i interview robert green for some content released so-so run so you'll be doing this. Yeah yeah yeah. I'm actually sitting. We both kind of action each other different questions which came from us on twitter on instagram. Going back from four different things we would. I would debate. I would question. I had questions. And i think he enjoyed it. Does something you mentioned a lot. You know you you've seen on gave the in. They ask questions. why not. why not. That's what we do if you're saying you know that's why i still don't mind flying commercial is i have a problem. With the wasn't they can have a pitcher rosellini actually about this. That's actually cool shoes. You know kill you take and that's show for today. Thanks so much to hausa for doing that interview and to draw for being interviewed. And we'll be back next week here on siriusxm channel one six and in the meantime we are podcast download. This is the podcast. Strive to us as a podcast. We're ever get your podcasts. Leila's nice review on apple. Podcast if you can but as always thanks for listening and we will see remy. Martin joins with international music star. Usher in team up for excellence. The film exploring the history of music culture and koniak from blues to hip hop swing dancing to break dancing. Usher in reading. Martin travel through the decades in france in the us honoring cultural figures both rooted in a shared philosophy of aiming for the stars. See the film at team up for excellence. Dot com martin koniak forty percent alcohol by volume. Imported by remy cointreau. Usa new york. New york please drink responsibly. Just getting started with rich eisen season. Two is nfl. Centric with origin. Stories from al michaels. Joe buck and erin andrews. Why did you leave espn. I felt like i had done everything that i was going to be allowed to do there. I want to really be a part of the nfl. This sound so bradey done brie or four championship games. I just knew if i was going to have a shot at the nfl fox. So it's gone pretty well just getting started with rich eisen. Listen wherever you get your podcasts panoply.

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"rick ross" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

03:39 min | 4 months ago

"rick ross" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"I never anticipated. And you know my team my sister my mother. She'll let's get simone and we looked up. The i don't even know. How many franchises yawn his car tire but experience. That's why i make sure. I put it in the music. I won't youngsters the know that even if it was like me that was sitting in the beker clasby jackass. I was cracking jokes. And not just. Because i wanted to but because i never knew the answers to those math course i never knew how. A ego boost x. equals two other signs and all that shit thank god. I've never had to use that. Once in my life filming. Stay still it is there. I feel like i should maybe attended school where they taught me everything on film communicating with the teachers. Maybe wasn't the best for me whether i think they had the colorful films. I met a guy. Dick like virtual classes that then. Yeah that would have been dough Film is a is a big thing. You sounds like you know one of the ideas. You have boxing. Jimmy thousands to think about you know cer santa me about you know what that means you kinda out at of pursued on develop for you well. I'm extremely confident that i will write Play major role in direct in fell. That will be a huge success. And i'm extremely confident. Innocence is all about timing. Be having the right editor. I feel like i will reach out to a friend of mine name. You know maybe gary gray you know a few others that know understand my my creativity a minute position where we could. We can make it happen. We could finance it ourselves. You know great films to me really only have four or five major seeds. What i think about full metal. Jackie you know those films really only have four or five seeds and you know it's just. It's just something that i feel. It's gonna come foolish. It's going to happen now. Have you always been drawn deville. I've always loved to always you know. I've always been a huge fan. That's how my wretched ended up on the soundtrack django. I was actually on a film. Set as as quick tarantino was sitting on the crane film in the actual sade. I was standing right next to him. And i started home. Diverse shit and that's the hunting caskey record ended up on on the soundtrack. But i love being on the set. I love you. This is just learn watching still a student. But it's you know so you have the book coming out in the next leaks any of the album that you you kind of preparing you know. Is there anything else that people can look forward to him excited about defeat st tour. Rick ross managed yoga guide. Ti to chase in the list goes on as well as just the empire. I'm still excited about like you said wingstop. We launching vast. Aw during the during a pandemic and all the other brands and it's you know israel positive You know you got a few minutes. Left anything Touch on you talk about the forty eight laws of power and robert greene and general. About two of his books. You know how did you. How did you come to reading..

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"rick ross" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

02:27 min | 4 months ago

"rick ross" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Them all another perspective as open door arose acl know an in when when the protests in canada uprising in everything was going on. Did you feel any kind of responsibility as a as an artist of major figure in the community as a very public but yet what did i feel it. Was you know my responsibility to tell everybody what you know. I was doing. What was part of a new. But did i feel some type of responsibility. Of course i did. I'm connected to my people. You know either way. I'm connected to my people him. Yeah i mean one of the things that this book made me think about is like when you come from a background of laxed rather you know doesn't say poverty but when you don't you don't come from a background of you know a lot of money and you find yourself very successful later on in life. I've always wondered you know how you kinda balanced the to like how you balance where you came from where you are now. I really think natural space for me and for one when you come from a like i said at the place and you didn't have a lot of assistance so that's not a lot of you. Don't you really don't feel a lot of responsibility towards anybody else so anything that that comes naturally so what comes. Natural to me is every chance. I get you know with everything that i connect with. Let's make sure we. We showed that. Love so i have those same connections to my city firm different states. You know it's just that should just come naturally shit. You got a highlight your what i'm saying but When you most definitely come to like they like they doing on the crate challenge. When you don't to every step of the goddamn crates you know this face somebody yet and you know when somebody really needs some assistance and you know when somebody else right over. They're gonna make it over the hump. They may just not knowing you understand song. You can be a part of everything which e longest you wish. You could go space speaking of the the earlier days. You talk about making the decision so it's gonna leave a football scholarship. Leave that past behind and move. Florida would be rapper..

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"rick ross" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

03:25 min | 4 months ago

"rick ross" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"My face came out was that she was my glowing bob from our gender rich box. So what wasn't a one is called box sevenish. It was it was just right now. They have so many platforms where you could sold millions and millions of people could be exposed to your work overnight so and triple net loans. It's dope dope Something i thought was cool in the book that you you described the first time you met drake and he was very early in his career and you notice kind of the same sort of boss energy from him like you saw. This was somebody wanted. Make it right. I most definitely saying at a drag understood of course. I'm very musical artists when it comes to my production when it comes to sal when it comes to vibes you know that's one thing. I've always been nor applauded for. And when i got the collaborate with trait asada he could accommodate all that whether if it was harmonizing singing tap into the armed be going into the rats talking shit. Muslim lay back world. You know Vibe cyber shouldn't and that's what made him me and him really click because i love music right there. Let's come and he had all divide that could accommodated so instead of me. Just having a car. Ron wise percent met them drake right there. I mean so. I think that's what made our collaboration superdome. Lemme y'all been working together for years now to at this point. Yeah without a doubt for years now and collapse always been dope a relationship always been you know some more about me drake. We always applauded other appreciated each other. I remember going to my crib or the brand rolex in the box that rosie. I just wanted to tell you know man on vice versa yemen. As rumors album. They got together yes still. It's still almost but the is it a possibility. Of course it wouldn't even watch you know talking about another kind of point that you made in the book and you kinda touched on this earlier you know it was. It's about you know treating her life as though you're the ceo of your life and you you are doing performance reviews on yourself without a doubt without a doubt how you serve at the end of the day. How did i do today. It i do my very best. Because that's s. actually the goal. You wanna do very best because that can make a huge difference in the end results. I wanna do my very best way hustled. In the way. I did lead not nothing on the table. Yoed i wanna lead unknown a tape. That was my attitude. When i came in the game and when i look back at my appears in a once was next to the ones who soul five times more records and being wiser such shoes difference in the way you know while mine's such you know and understand now lead. The table was a lot of tuesdays wednesdays. Thursday united states said at home. When i was out network in kicking it with deejays with the fans get new records broken clubs and it really paid off and will pay off after fifteen years..

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"rick ross" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

02:07 min | 4 months ago

"rick ross" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Am. Brian hi. ed. This is rolling stone music. Now i have with me jeffey. Hasn't they were gonna play. Jeff really fun interview with none other than rick. Ross rick ross. Has a new book called the perfect data. Boss up a hustler guide. Tell me a little bit about this book because you enrich kinda dig into a bunch Yeah basically a memoir of his past year which you know. It's been a weird kobe year. rick ross. Has this kind of like mary. Like major lifestyle. So it's kind of a funny look into how someone like him even had to kind of regroup after everything that's happened. Rick ross is like if you listen to all of his music. It's like you know. This is the quintessential forty eight laws of power reader and. I think that book actually gets a lot references in his book. So you know. It's him really sitting down and thinking a lot. About what are ways that i can make my business strong. Or what are ways that i can like heat my my family and the kind of things around me in check like what am i not recognizing so you know on the surface. It's kind of like that. Rick ross bravado but underneath all that there is actually a lot of really interesting memoir in just you know personal reflection about ways in which he sees you know himself wanting to change in himself wanting to do better than he was before which isn't even to say he wasn't successful because obviously he was and he's also on what we talked about in recent episode. He's uncertified loverboy. I think it's you only live twice with tusla's lana yet and that's probably one of the better songs on the record and you know this. This interview is a few days or maybe like a week or so before that album came out. And we talk a little bit about drake you know. Obviously he's cagey about anything. That is coming up but something. That's interesting even in the book is that you know. Drake someone who ross recognized very immediately had the boss mentality the sort of peak of rick. Ross in the mainstream probably like two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen but he hasn't really gone anywhere in here. He is on the drake album..

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"rick ross" Discussed on 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel

5 Questions with Dan Schawbel

04:03 min | 4 months ago

"rick ross" Discussed on 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel

"Dan shah bow in fewer than ten minutes. My goal is to extract the best advice in the world's smartest ammos interesting people might ask them just by questions. my guest. Today is rapper and entrepreneur. Rick ross rix breakout single hustling back. In two thousand six made him an international sensation overnight. Today he's the founder of the maybach. Music group has ten albums that have made the billboard. Two hundred less and received four grammy award nominations rick's new book is called the perfect data boss up which we discussed in this podcast episode. Rick welcome to five questions..

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"rick ross" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

06:12 min | 4 months ago

"rick ross" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

"If i'm going to cover our you know shooting pool. I'm not sure if i'm gonna cover excuse me. I'm not struggling to cover bowling games. i'm not sure but maybe next year i might do that. Who knows so. listen now we go to the Platforms on the goal. Week listened episodes. If i find it hang on On.

"rick ross" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:42 min | 5 months ago

"rick ross" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Breasts representation of what they grow to single dog. Because i've actually smoke with slough dog inches set now now said i'm not going to the performance tonight. Are you know show. I'm pretty sure crazy. You just give oh man instead of me going out on stage and just fall in my face. Our the seat on the couch and watch forensic files. Rick ross is with us. His new book is out the perfect data boss up a hustler. Guy to building your empires available right now are rick. I know you're short on time. We appreciate the time he'd be great. I have to ask you a question. I want i want you to pick nfl games. We do this every year. Where they celebrity prognosticator. There's a catch to it just a second. Okay it's too easy. Oh my god. Is he lights up ajay. but rick. Here's the deal. I feel like we've formed a friendship. Hear me you and renee okay. Yeah we we got. We got a bond. Okay and perhaps we'll get into the The marijuana business together. I hope we can maybe not. Maybe or maybe not. We'll see this mistake. You follow my passion. I wanna know. Can you pick five. Nfl games for us. But here's hatchet. If you beat. Colin cowherd who's a national radio host on fox. Okay you head okay. You have to come back next week and do this again. Is that possible. I mean your business is possibly to easy. Yes other day of. I all right here. We go the lines.

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"rick ross" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

08:20 min | 5 months ago

"rick ross" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"Type of advice call ye right now. Phone lines a wide open. It's the breakfast love. Good morning on baby mama. Issue season words of wisdom. Call up now for ashby. Eight hundred five eight five one. Oh five want a breakfast club. Dice personal advice. Just the real advice all up now for morning. Everybody use tj envy envy. Ye shall me the guy we are. The breakfast club is tough. Ask ye hello. Who's this they nikki. I'm i listen to you every morning. Guy man. I really love you more is i met this guy where i work and i went out with him the same day and then a week later i had sex with though and i feel like hey how you just wanna could. We could get you know his place and stuff that so i want to retry that back because i feel like he just wanted to do that. But he's saying he has a women he wanted to take me out but not all right well ed. You can't retract that you already did it so has done but you guys. Are you still going to house and cooking and everything right. Yeah yeah and how often do you other. We don't well. We don't seem to like every day because of my schedule my schedule. And that's the other thing he was like. I don't know your schedule with doing. Hey stuff like that. And i'm like within your schedule. That doesn't sound too bad nikki. You might be over thinking this. You know what i am over thinking. You're right cook the. Mlb is we're adults right. So if you meet somebody you have set to them a week later he also had sex with you so you could be judging him for that as well and so. I feel like what's going to happen. It's going to happen at this point. You did it. It'd be unapologetic about a on it. You'll have sex after you. 'cause you guys are data attracted to each other. It's not like he ghosted you. he's still talking to you. He asked to know your schedule. Yeah he did not goes me and actually as a matter of fact i talked on last night and he was like you got some of the best. You know what that. I've had. I right no. It's not alive. You guys have chemistry with each other. You clearly have some strong chemistry. What happened happened now. If y'all if your main thing is you want him to take you out right you don't want to just be going over there and cooking and just being in the house so plant something and by him out you tell him. Yeah i really wanna see candyman. Let's go to the movies like you make a plan because he'd said he doesn't know your schedule and you do have children so being respectful of that. Maybe he's not able to make those plans. Maybe you're not available at certain times. So i suggest that you bring it up to him and say dynasty candyman. Let's go see together something like that. How good i didn't even think about said Lower candyman candyman might be a little too scary. Scary movies are great but listen first of all a black woman directed the dacosta us so let's support her. Secondly there's nothing more fun than going on a date and your adrenaline going by watching the little horror movie. You could grab onto him. I know one thing that was as good as she said it is. He'd be over there cook her way. It sounds to me like he. He pulled one hand on your back. One hand on your frontal and bam bam bam bam bam i would sound like an hanko so you guys are still communicating is still kind of early stages you guys are figuring each other out and giving yourself too hard of a time by judging your own self. Okay okay well. I appreciate that i what is it. Everybody shout out. Instagram's hager plants out to black planet out let me. Lan fuel cosmetic all right. We'll look through your planet. You okay all right as key. Eight hundred five eight five one. Oh five on. If you need relationship advice or any type of device call email was the breakfast locomotion real real vice interleague s morning. Everybody is tj envy. Angela ye shall. I mean the guy we oughta breakfast club in the middle of ask e hello. Who's this look. Hey what's your question for you abra a divorce and some people have been telling me like She's got plans on these routes dollars. And i'm just so. What is the reason for the divorce. You're saying it's because she won't admit things i did. You have some part in this as well we've been married But you know what i'm saying like is a major get a personal counter. Also he always comes back with a proper like china. Find wrong with me. Her i i. I'm sorry you both have issues right as we all do. What mom aren't i go to work. You know what. I'm saying. You know i've come home. Cook clean are bigger on date. I don't know what the issue is. You know what i'm saying like. Are you hoping to work things out. No no. you're not was wrong. You know what i'm saying like. What is our problem with you because you keep on talking about. She needs to emissions wrong. She does this. She does that i asked you. You could have contributed to this in any way. Are you perfect and you pretty much like you haven't contributed to any of the problems in the relationship. I bertha weren't. I wouldn't desserts and i go to church where but i guess i'm not reaching that spiritual expectation for and Yeah that's one thing and then you know i always ask for Was never had time for a woman owned wants. But like i i. It's time for my wife. you know. Okay so she's leaving. You is basically why this is happening or you're leaving her. 'cause you've said you had a lot of issues with her. Uncle was going to leave her. So many times argus us affected by that that will do it. Never that's definitely not good for your remember. Got to the point. Where i said. Why leading tight why would you. Why would you threatening to leave her. S sounds like you guys have had a breakdown in communication because you've never even expressed to her. What it is that is making. You wanna leave right. You said you'd never even gotten to that point but as far as you guys getting a divorce. You're saying that there's no going back you don't want to be together or would you're like she wants me to say i like. She's not willing to. she's not willing to sacrifice. Anything is like the way she thinks it's the man's supposed to do chasing but my whole family telling me to leave saying because everybody know last years but it's like we get married you don't want to get a divorce. Gave out right. Yeah and you guys go to counseling. That didn't help advice in the first guy. He does opportunity and run obese before before we ever became finance fable or or or happy. I wanna say this your main thing today as you want to know about whether or not you pay these bills for the last month because of getting a new lease right old people and they told me that she getting a lawyer and doing all this other stuff and i don't understand why you're not talking to each other about this and why are other people involved. I just don't understand that. But i will say this if you feel like there's a chance that you can work things out or if you guys are trying to do that right i don't think they're not paying bills is the answer that feels like being petty and y'all at one point did love each other and so i would rather you endings on a good note then doing.

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"rick ross" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

06:26 min | 5 months ago

"rick ross" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"That's dollarshave dot com everybody. Tj envy angela. Yee charlene guy. We oughta breakfast club skins front page news where we start. Let's with a youtube now. What app is getting more watching. Time than youtube will according to a new report from app. Analytics firm app annie. They said that tick-tock overtook youtube in the united states. Average watch time. So tick-tock is still ahead and spend overall because of its two billion users compared to tic tac which has roughly seven hundred million. But when it comes to. Us average watch time to talk. More people are watching that god. I'm not in that number. I am not talking of the ticks. i don't have one. don't go over there. Don't even know all over there. I right now. Texas governor greg. Abbott has signed into law a bill. That bans twenty four hour and drive thru voting and he also has new hurdles on mail in ballots. Any also has empowered partisan poll watchers. Here's what he had to say. I'd be astonished if a law like this was not challenged in court. I feel extremely confident. It will be upheld and a quarter of law because exactly what we've said it does make it easier for people to be able to go vote. No one who is eligible to vote will be denied the opportunity to vote it does however make it harder for cheaters to cast an illegal ballot humidity. Collards not cheaters. And this is definitely going to restrict voting act test for marginalized voters particularly people of color and people with disabilities. Because what they're saying now is last year they offer dragged through voting twenty four hour early voting in particular harris county where houston is but now the bill restricts. The hours accounts can offer early voting to between six. Am and ten pm and prohibits things like What was used in harris county when garage at the toyota center. Which is where the houston rockets play was among the venues. That residents could use to vote from their vehicles. It also blacks counties from sending unsolicited mail and voting applications even to who are over the age of sixty five and therefore and therefore order automatically qualified vote by mail at places new rules around in boating and it also gives more protection for partisan poll-watchers and sets new limits on those who helped voters including people with disabilities cast their ballots only know the voter suppression law signed right in our faces and when you got the white supremacy court upholding voting restrictions in arizona. You have to know the tone has been set. It is above us now. Those republicans are so against the double include boss. Republicans for not being cowards. Like getting the democrats have tried every political strategy. Courage at some point you have to stand up to the bully all right. And the republican harris timely harrison joe biden took to twitter. Communists voting lines texas signed by governor. Abbott is one of the most restrictive in the nation. The bill limits the absence that enabled a historic number of texans especially citizens of color devote safely in our last election. Now biden said. We're facing an all out assault on our democracy. We need to pass the for the people act. And the john lewis voting rights advancement act to protect the sacred rights to vote. I urged congress to send them to my desk immediately. Tweeted should've went to talk. More or less. You want the same people who are clearly four voter suppression to agree with you to vote for the forty people like john. Lewis voting rights of bill. Wow okay we'll see also in texas governor. Abbott is defending his new abortion law. And he's also said that he will eliminate some. How are rapist now. This law does fan abortion as we talked about his earliest six weeks into a pregnancy. Even if a woman has been raped or incest has been committed. And here's what he had to say about Forcing victims of rape to give birth. Why force a rape or incest victim to carry a pregnancy to term It doesn't require that at all. It provides at least six weeks for a person to be able to get an abortion that said however let's make something very clear rape is a crime and texas will work tirelessly to make sure that we eliminate all rapists from the streets texas by aggressively going out and arresting and prosecuting them and getting them off the streets. Okay you should do that anyway. But yeah good luck and that is your front page news right all right texas. I think to say that was confusing. Came off on all right. Well when we come back the biggest boss rosaiah will be joining us. Rick ross abi here. He has a new book. We're going to chop it up with recruits when we come back. So don't move is to breakfast morning. The breakfast club. Nobody steed is tj. Envy angela ye. Charlemagne i ga. We oughta breakfast club. We special guests in the building. Rick ross was then family was that what about those times rolls. What about those five. What about those history with us. We created a debt. Would just idea. During the pandemic we realized it was chicken wings. Shortage one time for charlie morrison and all would seem wingstop. Man just may history and it look. It's looking like we finicky going. Because it's women be everybody on that any other chicken pot come in yet still shortage now. We still focusing on swings starts. Now listen you have this new book at the perfect data bus at yes. Indeed ross the introduction to the book is the fungus was among a are you staying fungus. Free i'm trying to stay fungus free and the reason the answer to the book was the was among us was because i was just coming down off a cold i was just coming down off. The fungus dan in my my case fund is was vicious. Really how bad was it. Oh man that was the first time. I j your heart in two weeks i had. Hey you know they said that's one of the long term effects cova now. Don't tell me that no go..

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"rick ross" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

03:18 min | 5 months ago

"rick ross" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"You might be passed return. I don't think you just say well we give up. We're not gonna try. We just don't want hand. I'm just saying what if you know. I know it makes us feel better to be in control. But what if we're not that's all i'm saying. What if we can now you right well. That is your front page news so helpful this morning sent me some in energy. Listen i'm definitely sending healing energy. To earth is absolutely healing itself. The earth is sending out healing energy. Are y'all paying attention. That's what i wanted. Humid been again and now earth is bucking. That's all i'm tally. Get it off your chest. Eight hundred five eight five one five one if you need to vent phone lines wide open. It's the breakfast club morning. The breakfast club your time to get it off your checks whether you're man won't blast have fame and we want to hear from you on the breakfast. Hello who's this morning. This from brooklyn showing from broken chess. Brooke man ain't over his weather and global warming. I mean let's be really every day in a fellow that they control the weather. Look at five hundred. Twenty two degrees. He made it rain. tell us was born on. We listen to the other rhetoric after with risk. I mean he did say that in dubai. They said they needed rain. And it made it rain. Which was crazy so i mean you might be on little son. I'm remember keeping it while hunting. They tell you but it's up to you to pay attention. They don't call nothing. Pay attention a. They might have made it rain but they didn't make one hundred twenty degrees. They didn't make it a hundred twenty. Undependable is gonna be hot. it's been no. It has not some of the highest heat on record. What are we talking about. Hit one hundred. Twenty degrees is not normal in the next ten years. Things keep going the way they are. Which i don't see how they're going to reverse it things keep going. We might not even be able to go outside in the summertime. One hundred twenty degrees is. I don't think it was one hundred and twenty. I think he was exaggerated in create me because this morning it's all about money. It's all about money okay. I don't know to tell you all right. Well thank you sir and weather dubai's usually about it goes from One hundred one hundred and six and he says rarely does it go to one. Twelve italy italy got italy. That guy like that to some italy. One hundred degrees in nineteen. I'm looking at it rheinland. Hello who's this jay from las vegas. Hey what's up man. Get it off your chest man. I just wanna ask me how. What the what. The white premiums party guys are always talking about with. That mean was the white privilege card. What are you talking about. What does that mean white privilege card is always getting benefited brad for me. Black pearl is just a privilege and honor to be black. That's all it's something spiritual i tap into. You know the spirits of my ancestors in know that you know. There's something greater controlling me and mine. I always say white privilege is something systemic black privileges. Something spiritual daybreak. Thank you sir. So he wanted to get it off your chest. Eight hundred five eight five one five one if you need to vent.

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MTV Bringing Back Hit TV Series 'Cribs'

Mandy Connell

00:17 sec | 6 months ago

MTV Bringing Back Hit TV Series 'Cribs'

"Is bringing back its iconic series cribs. On Wednesday, the network announced the return of the show, which gives viewers an inside and outside tour of lavish celebrity homes. Among the rappers appearing on the program or Big shot, and Rick Ross cribs will return to MTV. With all new episodes. August 11th

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Los Angeles Lakers, Clippers Vote To End Season Following Boycott

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:35 min | 1 year ago

Los Angeles Lakers, Clippers Vote To End Season Following Boycott

"So. Let's go back to You know I was saying Chris that Lebron James over the course of the last twelve hours has changed his mind three times. These are difficult decisions he wanted out. He wanted to think about it and then he wanted to play and I said I appreciate. Lebron's willingness his lack of rigidity, his willingness to listen and talk, and that's one of the reasons I like Lebron is that he's a curious soul. In curious people, wear me out. Are you surprised that the players did? To play according to reports this morning. I'm not yesterday all this news was breaking and we were talking about it on our Radio Show Myself Rob Parker I felt like the most likely scenario was that they would start playing within a few days But then when the reports came out about the clippers and the Lakers, last night not wanting to resume the season s when I started thinking. Okay. This season really it truly is in jeopardy because obviously as you don has said in the meeting, you can't have the playoffs without the two best teams in the Western Conference so that got me skeptical but I figured you guys would go to sleep sleep on it and get up not quite as emotional as they were last. And you know I think what what I wanna hear is are there any I don't even know if concessions is the right word but have the what of the players talk with the owners about because remember the brand said in the meeting reportedly that he wants the owners to be held more accountable and the owners have a lot of power you know I've. Seen on social media, people criticizing the players saying, well, what what's boycotting the League going to do the League is not the one against the players I think the power is in the owners. They are very powerful people in this country very wealthy. They have connections at the highest levels of American society. They can be in touch with lawmakers yesterday think about it. The Milwaukee Bucks Basketball team was able to get the attorney general and the Lieutenant Governor or zoom. Like that that was done by the Bucks Owners would look at Robert Kraft Robert Kraft got he went to visit meek mill, the rapper and said in prison and said, he shouldn't be here two weeks later meek mill was out of prison audit charges were dropped the judge when the case had been changed the Rick Ross Jay Z. Philadelphia Eagles players Kevin. Hart, they had all been trying to get meek mill out of prison for five months. Robert Kraft missing says one statement and he's out in two weeks. That's the type of power that these owners wheeled and the players are beginning to understand that. So there are people that are talking to forget defunding police there what about abolishing some of the police unions? In, the owners could talk to talk to police commissioners achieves about and perhaps done only half police after the police belong to the Union. Anyway. But that can be a hindrance to justice. So those are the things I hope that the players will address with the owners say utilize your power or our behalf, and we'll play the game, and hopefully that's the kind of discussion. Go all throw something out at you. I heard a story this morning I thought was brilliant the Indianapolis Colts. Registered every player to vote yesterday and I thought that is that is incredibly bright. How about this owners around the NBA. You can now not only registered to vote in the arenas, but you can vote inside the arenas. If we're absolutely to me, that's an obvious one like really for the for the average guy like you and me not a billionaire for the average guy like you and me are powers in voting that's really where our power is. So make it easier to vote. So I wonder if that's been discussed the voting issue. I would imagine a has especially remember Lebron's got the voting. Initiative he put together. So I'm sure that that that's the case we saw I think in Houston, they're opening up the arenas as voting site they should all the arena should do that. Make easy on the people whose votes have business suppress historically to get out and vote, and they don't have to be there. All Day is as simple as it is for the people out in the suburbs.

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Charity vs. Peters

On Shuffle

06:06 min | 1 year ago

Charity vs. Peters

"Welcome listeners. This is sound. Only I'm Justin charity and I Mike Peters where your sound only co hosts here to record our deepest darkest thoughts about the twenty first century. In the millennial lifestyle, we're talking about rap music video games, anime youtube social media, and the wider Internet. This week were talking about versus the popular. Instagram live turned apple music web video series, which pits to musicians against one another to musical acts. I should say against one another in a competitive DJ set with the to musical acts in virtual attendance. Mike, LESCO let's talk about it. Let's let's let's talk about versus let's talk about versus the first one. Was In March we should say that it is Timberlands. Baby a first. Right. Timberlands, wispy stimulus whispers, baby They basically would have rumored placards like this is the this is the title card for next week it might be ti versus somebody, and then an ends up being somebody else. Well, tears is to that's the Ti yes, racist. Stand up just like sh- ti and tip need to just go ahead and settle their differences and realize the police also out here you understand. Right. So the verses series is really Thing that came out of like mutual adoration. I. Would Say Lake it was because I mean, the thing is when you hear verses, you see like it style is with the Z. and inflames and Times New Roman and superimposed over stuff you think that it's like a battle but it's not really no well first of all I think club, Promo? Fliers. Cobra. PROVO Yeah. Ladies. Get Him free before eleven the yeah. But I mean it's actually Nothing like that. I mean it's religious people playing music that they like at a room together. Right. But in a weirdly competitive context yes we should give a rundown of some of them like the match up so far for versus. You know it's been almost a couple dozen of them including Nellie verses, ludicrous. Teddy Riley versus baby face DJ premier versus Rizza Erica by dovers Joe Scott t pain versus Lil Jon. Yes. Yes. So last week the most recent versus matchup Rick Ross against two chains, which is a match up that you and I had. Or have a lot of opinions about. Yeah, you'd like we we do have a lot of opinions about this I. I genuinely believe that there was a period of time around two, thousand sixteen, where like two chains was. You now top five top three wrappers in the world and he wasn't like three you know but I mean like been again a lot of people find that view heretical I. Mean why heretical I dunno that add on moment that's the thing he had though that he had a moment on top of a moment you know what I mean he had a sort of I guess in rap you would think of it as a sort of emeritus moment where was that? We recognize the two chains had been long enough in he and we also all realized that he's deceptively old and so everyone was just like yeah to changes elder statesman now. Yeah I mean yeah. Basically. Care One. We he somehow graduated to that stat. Like yeah. He also like he has graduated to having Justice League VIZSLA and his record, he has like old like Rafferty go to the league that the rule the world record was that Justice League I can't remember was that cool and dry. How am I it? Sounds more characteristic where we yeah. But anyway, it doesn't matter like I do. Like the the point is that I'd I'd love to change deeply however this was a lopsided match-up. However however. Because fat boy got songs. We Cross got songs come on a few days before this versus battle happen when it was announced immediately went to ringer slack and I said the people who organized this are masochists right. To changes great but to chains is not to change is a lanky. Okay. Pal. Riding. You like I understand at like as a person as a person who had the Rick Ross grunt as his text message tone for. Two years. I'm saying that you need to chill out what I'm saying no, but I'm I'm asking I'm asking, did you study the concept of inertia in high school because that's that's crosses physical advantage against two chains is. Right right but all that aside. You know and it's making me not WanNa take your point because you 'cause you be in like this about it but. To as best moments are on other people's songs like or they are like obscure mix tape because. I mean like I am immediately thinking of his versus fighting and the club by in this a song from I twenty like you don't even remember who that is like. The. The fact that there are few songs that Tuesday's really carries on his own and also like if I can. Keep it a stack fifty with you. The big radio hits are not really my favorite to that way to put it to, and especially because the big radio hits chains are kind of all over the place and so they're hard to build a coherent like theory of the case of two genes.

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"rick ross" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

08:00 min | 2 years ago

"rick ross" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Drake Rick Ross Nicomedes great Hey JT be a on the twenty some of six I never you want to be found one for him all right right right don't want but they don't book for you a certain how go to I got all the money they don't because the white folks don't big size by thanks I will buy the money loan have a money back I'm a mom to make one big size no but Everytime proper no propaganda sub account to go yard bend down it's such a lot of like Santa a party in a like a dinosaur you know the satellite yeah so bad call role Hey would close down the folks with stock loan unless you got something right take small you thank the end of World thank you know bye bye baby so the money alone the money you bye for now I'm a mom to make one by Big Bang side banks by big banks I okay what you're going to I said I'm a do me B. I. G. everything's own damn big bag on me like a like a move in and got my foot in the door and we still here I'm a first generation a million having a pass in the morning just passing through the wall is now widely the package you boys log cabin more calling there's a portable healthcare one a well from welfare I saw my Daddy used to Ames yeah those are my bottoms with three point that okay awesome but you got to write about it and it says the so the money you have the money back I'm a mom to make one I know by big banks I back to gene Bess may backstep that ends slim shady back and once the could Kim said it's crunch time at the moment yes national and magic then she can imagine them but to make these bombs that didn't get back then I need to pack the my back the debt yes again yeah but the band thank thank you bye bye bye for now that.

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Arianna Guerande, Rick Ross Cardi And Rick Ross discussed on Donna and Steve

Donna and Steve

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Arianna Guerande, Rick Ross Cardi And Rick Ross discussed on Donna and Steve

"Kardashian, Eminem urban Meyer, Arianna Guerande. Rick Ross and Cardi B also making the top ten list. Levada also topped the list of the most search musicians and bands of the year, followed by Eminem, Arianna Guerande, Rick Ross Cardi B Trevor Scott, childish

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