17 Burst results for "Rodney Carmichael"

"rodney carmichael" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:35 min | 3 months ago

"rodney carmichael" Discussed on KQED Radio

"She's a mobile pantry coordinator for food bank of the Rockies in Denver sampling has been at the heart of hip hop for decades it's how this comes this for the last month NPR music has been exploring the art of sampling with legendary hip hop producers in a series called the formula our host also Chang sat down with NPR music's Rodney Carmichael to talk about the project he Rodney Hey what's going on okay so there's been this long tradition of sampling in hip hop going back to its earliest days DJs finding hooks from old classic records and then planting them in two new tracks what made you want to talk about sampling now so that's a good question right I mean this is an art form has been thriving in an evolving for for thirty five years and now this really about how long it's been since the legendary Marley marl really revolutionized the proper direction is basically when he figured out almost accidentally how to sample a drumbeat from an existing record so it just felt like a good time to to do a snapshot so basically we produced a series of videos where we sit down and talk to several really big producers and they break down a few of their biggest songs for us you know with some really big samples and talk about their process not only as sample based producers but as hip hop artists who have really been transformational in in terms of this awful so cool I mean you interviewed some of the most legendary hip hop producers for the series people like just blaze ninth wonder DJ premier can you just tell us about a song I sample that really stuck with you and what was the process like for creating it yeah one it really blew my mind and I think a lot of other peoples to was ninth wonder breaking down the three samples then three different beats that he produced for Duckworth that's the last song from Kendrick Lamar's Pulitzer winning album damn first sampled and chemical markets don't work the song by Taylor the song was called be able one he's basically breaking down that is not the sample that you choose but it is what you do with a lot of times produces listen the samples and they say it's a great sample but.

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"rodney carmichael" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"rodney carmichael" Discussed on KCRW

"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm David Greene. You know, normally the Super Bowl halftime show. Does not have any trouble. Finding talent Bruce Springsteen prince beyond say, I could go on here. But that has not been the case this time one act after another has rejected the NFL's offer. And most are citing the way players have been treated for taking a knee during the national anthem. The pop and maroon five finally accepted the job in recently to hip. Hop stars agreed to join them onstage big boy and Travis Scott and that set off a fiery reaction from some fans. I was talking to NPR music hip, hop writer. Rodney Carmichael about who turned the NFL down. And why he was a really long list, but the main three whereas at different points are Jay Z riana and Cardi B, and they all turned it down to stand in solidarity with Colin Kaepernick who's been on the outs with the NFL since his protest. Test against racial injustice. They do seem to have gotten a few. It looks like big boy Travis Scott, maroon five why those three here's one interesting thing. All three of these acts are managed by Irving as offs management company longtime music industry guy who has a lot of power in the industry, but you know, on the other hand, Adam LeVine of maroon five he's been super coy about talking about why his band chose to play the so and Travis Scott, he apparently told billboard magazine that he would only accept the invite if the NFL joined him in donating five hundred thousand dollars to dream core. Now, that's the nonprofit that focuses on criminal Justice reform. And then there's big boy. I mean, I have to imagine the big boys. Loyalty is with his own town on this the junta. Oh, that's right. The super bowl's in Atlanta. And that's where he's from. Exactly. I see. Yeah. And I'm from China to you know, site. But you know, in theory, the NFL really couldn't have picked a better time to come to was essentially the black mecca and the hip hop capital. Right. I mean, the city is sitting in the driver's seat of pop culture right now and making this an eight town halftime show. It would have been such an easy ratings victory, but this league policy that they have against taken a knee during the national anthem and a lot of ways is really blocking them from from capitalizing on this blessing. So what do you take from this? It's so interesting they're coming to a city that that could have just been his moment to showcase such great music and people associated Super Bowl with music recently. So what what does that tell us about this halftime show the Super Bowl and and the NFL right now? Well, I think in a lot of ways it says what we already know which you know, is hip hop is cooler than the Super Bowl Jay z made this point he said now that rap is the most consumed genre in America art is really don't need the halftime show to play stadiums. It also says that a lot of black artists know that their core audience is rooting for cabinet, and it's not just a political play. If you think about it. I mean playing that stage it really has the potential to hit black artists in the pocket, especially if they lose cool points with their fans. So there's been a real reaction among hip, hop fans in support of kapernick and against the NFL, or or are there have been mixed reaction is mixed is mixed. I mean, because obviously, you have hip hop fans who were still fans of the NFL, right? There is an online petition and it originally asked. Maroon five to back out of the show now is asking all three x to take a.

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"rodney carmichael" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"rodney carmichael" Discussed on KCRW

"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm David Greene. You know, normally the Super Bowl halftime show. Does not have any trouble. Finding talent Bruce Springsteen prince beyond say, I could go on here. But that has not been the case this time one act after another has rejected the NFL's offer. And most are citing the way players have been treated for taking a knee during the national anthem. The pop and maroon five finally accepted the job in recently to hip. Hop stars agreed to join them onstage big boy and Travis Scott and that set off a fiery reaction from some fans. I was talking to NPR music hip, hop writer. Rodney Carmichael about who turned the NFL down. And why he was a really long list, but the main three whereas at different points are Jay Z riana and Cardi B, and they all turned it down to stand in solidarity with Colin Kaepernick who's been on the outs with the NFL since his protest against racial injustice. They do seem to have gotten a few. It looks like big boy Travis Scott, maroon five why those three well, here's one interesting thing all three of these acts are managed by Irving as offs management company. You know, longtime music industry guy who has a lot of power in the industry, but you know, on the other hand, Adam LeVine of maroon five he's been super coy about talking about why his band chose to play the so and Travis Scott, he apparently told billboard magazine that he would only accept the invite if the NFL joined him in donating five hundred thousand dollars to dream core. Now, that's the nonprofit that focuses on criminal Justice reform. And then there's big boy. I mean, I have to imagine that big boys. Loyalty is with his own town on this the Home Depot. That's right. The super bowl's in Atlanta. That's where he's from. Exactly. I see. Yeah. And I'm from Atlanta to was site. But you know, in theory, the NFL really couldn't have picked a better time to come to was essentially the black mecca and the hip hop capital. Right. I mean, the city is sitting in the driver's seat of pop culture right now and making this an eight town halftime show. It would have been such an easy ratings victory. But this lead policy that they have against taking a knee during the national anthem and a lot of ways is really blocking them from from capitalizing on this blessing. So what do you take from this? It's so interesting they're coming to a city that that could have just been as moment to showcase such great music and people associated Super Bowl with music recently. So what what does that tell us about this halftime show the Super Bowl and and the NFL right now? Well, I think in a lot of ways it says what we already know which you know, is hip hop is cooler than the Super Bowl. Either Jay z made this point he said now that rap is the most consumed genre in America artists. Really don't need the halftime show to play stadiums. It also says that a lot of black artists know that their core audience is rooting for cabinet, and it's not just a political play. If you think about it. I mean playing that stage it really has the potential to hit black artists in the pocket, especially if they lose cool points with their fans. So there's been a real reaction among hip, hop fans in support of capper, Nick and against the NFL, or or are there have there been mixed reactions is mixed. It's mixed. I mean, because obviously, you have hip hop fans who were still fans of the NFL, right? There is an online petition and it originally asked maroon five to back out of the show. Now, it's asking all three x to take.

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"rodney carmichael" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"rodney carmichael" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That the controversy as with any good art was very wide ranging and across the political spectrum. There were a lot of different conversations about why this video was or could be interpreted as problematic. That's the funny thing is that real violence doesn't seem to create that kind of response outraged. I never hear anybody say the real violence that black and Brown people are suffering in this country is somehow desensitizing people from it. Rodney Carmichael of National Public Radio reports on hip hop from Atlanta, Georgia, it's only depictions of critiques of it there. People say, oh, that's that's too violent. You know, whether it's coming from the music or a lot of what he's doing is showing how we enter tain ourselves through the tragedy that we live through. But also we entertain America and we distract America. We uphold those American values like the inherent violence in in society. You know, and so he's showing how in a lot of ways black entertainment can be complicit in a lot of the violence visited upon black people in the country. So it's very sharp county dual edged. Critique that's not just a critique of America at large. This also a critique of the very culture that he's operating in which is.

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"rodney carmichael" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"rodney carmichael" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Press the press they're came under brutal pressure now he has identified a threat closer to home here in america fake news is the cancer of our time sadly there's the good side of technology in the dockside of technology and with the social media and ability to spread information or disinclination is so dangerous soon shiong says his journalists should track down the truth fairly and completely i think the pao investigative reporting must be really enables so that we have truce both choose to speak to power but also truth in terms of inspiration and speaking behalf of the people the new owner promises his paper carte blanche to cover his own extensive business interests the soon sean you're has dawned at the los angeles times david folkenflik npr news it's a big month for hip hop albums kanye west released yea and nas dropped nazir then on saturday beyond say and jay z released everything is love all right that's clip from the song which has a name that we can't say on the air but features a music video set at the louvre museum in paris here's rodney carmichael from npr music sabean this gallery where blackness itself is very minimal at best represented in the art works for them to be front and center but for them to also be making blackness front and center is a really important message the album also focuses on the struggles of love they use is embattled marriage to talk about the real hard work of real love real generational wealth building now this is not the first time the two of woven their marriage into music they've been crazy in love proclaimed love on top and now everything is love.

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"rodney carmichael" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"rodney carmichael" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"No no oh god what a great drop on this cut it's called if you know you know it's from push t's album daytona produced by conny west in here to talk with us about this one is npr music rodney carmichael welcome would've robin first things first everyone thought this record was going to be called king push they've been talking about it for literally years now we get it it's called daytona yeah the name change i mean we're used to so much coming in the final hours rab now the surprise releases the name change in the final hour it kind of goes with the territory at some point push tease longtime manager stephen victor tweeted that he thought that this would be the album of the year plus replied to that tweet saying it's flawless is it either of those things after hearing it several times i have to say they definitely have a point this is a really compact album is seven tracks and it really gets to the point push tease a certain kind of rapper he wraps a lot about his drug dealing past but he also does it in very kind of gothic terms and aesthetic i think which is what kind of separates him from a lot of coq rappers so to speak but this is also a rapper who campaigned for hillary clinton during the last presidential election cycle but i think it's all about the music and obviously for that we have to think about konya west kanye has been making headlines for a whole lot of reasons over the past month and have nothing to do with exactly exactly and so this is like the first time we finally get to hear some music aside from all of the talk of politics and fashion and everybody's been wondering if the music is going to be good enough for us to steal care about and i think that'll be a lot of people's entry point into the album let's hear what kind gaze said and let's hear these beats and i think in in the end they're going to be a lot more consumed with the beats.

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"rodney carmichael" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"rodney carmichael" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"We got you now if you haven't heard money story number one of the day comes from the world of music and entertainment my name is rodney carmichael hiphop writer for npr music i wrote this week about donald glover bringing his black renaissance to saturday night live not only did donald glover host the show on saturday he acted in nearly every sketch and proceeded to debut two new childish gambino songs during the musical performances of course at the same time he released the new video for his single this is america which is a shocking epic video that in a lot of ways has trumped even his performance on the show on saturday night the interesting thing about the saturday night live episode is the fact that glover revealed during his monologue that he had auditioned twice to be a player on saturday night live and obviously didn't get those opportunities so when a lot of ways this was him returning and all his glory at a time when he is overhauling reimagining the american sitcom via his fx show atlanta which is already picked up emmys and golden globes the highlight of what this week has become for donald glover is this is america the video which again is such an extraordinary look at race and racism in america violence and how inherent it is to america white supremacy but most interestingly how black entertainment in a lot of ways has always and continues to serve as a distraction and in some ways contributes to the american violence that continues to play out against those black bodies that we celebrate so much now this is what i think is interesting and we did not have.

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"rodney carmichael" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"rodney carmichael" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Awful and funny can exist right alongside something so hideous and gruesome yeah that's that's a great description of not only atlanta but like you say what would dona glover is trying to do as childish gambino with this on is is really heavy and i think we'll be affected for for the rest of the year maybe thanks rodney thank you for having me and if you didn't see rodney carmichael piece about childish gambino and donald glover on saturday night live check that out on our website so right about the time that childish gambino performance was happening on saturday night live i was at a show here in washington dc by a fella named cautious clay kosh i'm so bad at punch i can never come up with one and there's so many bands have clever names like that a play for those who are two younger to know on cassius clay right a great boxer and great american and this music is done by joshua karpin joshua's joshua i'm guessing about late twenties artist who has some roots here in washington dc where we are and where the show was at dc nine and at this sold out show at tc nine were people who obviously knew him when he went to college at george washington university as a saxophone player of flute player and musician in general and just the vibe in the room that night of love for this human on state was incredible and i only knew a couple of songs of his and i fell for his music and who he was in this incredible presence i won't play short song often ep's unsigned artists and.

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"rodney carmichael" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"rodney carmichael" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This morning the time is now thirteen minutes before seven i'm rachel martin musician r kelly has been accused of sexual abuse child pornography even running a kind of sex cult but he has still managed to stay one of the most popular rb singers in the world now the time's up movement is circulating an open letter asking the entertainment industry to stop doing business with r kelly and it's generating a whole lot of support for more we've got rodney carmichael in our studios he writes about hip hop for npr music hey rodney hey how you doing i'm doing well so this is this has been a long time coming hasn't it year the metoo movement is helping to elevate this calls that you know people have been putting public pressure on our kelly for years about this but last year two black women in atlanta king yet barnes and or nikkei odelay started an online campaign they hashtag r kelly and they successfully got ten r kelly concerts counseled in different cities across the country yes so you know now you have people like tom joyner who adjoining which is really big deal because he's a huge syndicated radio host and he says he's not gonna play kelly's music anymore onto rhymes quiz love john legend all of these people are signing on and supported this letter and really hoping to gain enough momentum to get our kelly's record label and streaming services like spotify and apple to stop supporting.

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"rodney carmichael" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"rodney carmichael" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And i'm rachel martin the musician r kelly has been accused of sexual abuse child pornography even running a kind of sex cult but he has still managed to stay one of the most popular rb singers in the world now the time's up movement is circulating an open letter asking the entertainment industry to stop doing business with our kelly and it's generating a whole lot of support for more we've got rodney carmichael in our studios he writes about hip hop for npr music hey rodney i'm doing well so this is this has been a long time coming hasn't it you're the metoo movement is helping to elevate this calls that you know people have been putting public pressure on our kelly for years about this but last year two black women in atlanta kenya barnes and or nikkei odelay started an online campaign they had tagged our kelly and they successfully got ten r kelly concerts counseled in different cities across the country yes so now you have people like tom joyner who adjoining which is really big deal because he's a huge syndicated radio host and he says he's not gonna play our kelly's music anymore able to do bernez onto rhymes love john legend all of these people are signing on and supported this letter and really hoping to gain enough momentum to get our kelly's record label and streaming services like spotify apple to stop supporting.

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"rodney carmichael" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"rodney carmichael" Discussed on WTMA

"The folks on the right even npr is getting in on the action over the weekend of course npr openly called konya west listen to this a colored boy that's what they called the npr did this it was an opinion piece and they use the term quote unquote colored boy to refer to kanye west the quote was for colored boys who've considered career suicide when good music wasn't good enough that was the title of the npr hit piece authored by rodney carmichael for colored boys oh okay there you go i didn't think we were the you could use that term anymore i guess it was i guess it might have been a little you might have crossed the line a little bit if he had actually used the n word but he felt certainly free to use the term colored boy as referring to kanye west that's how that's how evil and so that's how vitriolic they become on the on the left when you get a guy like kanye west and i'm no big fan i'm still not a big fan out listen to as music i couldn't tell you a single thing he ever did but still the guy has the right to think for himself doesn't he doesn't he i'm candice owen she's got the right to think for herself all of these people have the right to think for themselves but that's what the folks on the left wants to do they want to shut down these folks free speech they want to shame them in in maxine waters said he needs people to to teach him you know to put together his thoughts appropriately in other words you need the needs to be in his be institutionalized and that and some people are calling for that right now they really are kanye west is now we're radic no no no when he was rapid about this that and the other thing and and using derogatory language towards women and and things like that you say you support president trump will obviously you're crazy right obviously you're nuts so you gotta be institutionalized.

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"rodney carmichael" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"rodney carmichael" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Had a little too much to drink or you're going too fast you put this under a law enforcement officers knows and hopefully they give you a warning instead of assignments and there's no way to tell how many people are flashing these things on the regular and i think that's what's concerned to people but there is yet to be a formal bill introduced in trenton and it is unclear if it could apply to the port authority which is a by state agency this is wnyc it's morning edition from npr news i'm steve inskeep and i'm rachel martin the musician r kelly has been accused of sexual abuse child pornography even running a kind of sex cult but he has still managed to stay one of the most popular rb singers in the world now the time's up movement is circulating an open letter asking the entertainment industry to stop doing business with our kelly and it's generating a whole lot of support for more we've got rodney carmichael in our studios he writes about hip hop for npr music hey rodney hey rachel how're you doing i'm doing well so this is this has been a long time coming hasn't it year the metoo movement is helping to elevate this calls that you know people have been putting public pressure on our kelly for years about this but last year two black women in atlanta kim yet barnes and or nikkei ole started an online campaign they hashtag the mute are kelly and they successfully got ten r kelly concerts counseled in different cities across the country yes so you know now you have people like tom joyner who joining which is really big deal because he's a huge syndicated radio host and he says he's not gonna play kelly's music anymore do different onto rhymes quest love john legend all of these people are signing on and supported this letter and really hoping to gain enough momentum to get our kelly's record label and streaming services like spotify and apple to stop supporting.

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"rodney carmichael" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"rodney carmichael" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Yeah rodney carmichael your ear away your thoughts on beyond says coachella set will you know i think if i if it was amazing you know i i can't wait to see what she does for for week to hear it it might get even more amazing says she yeah she's doing another set at coachella oh i think a big irony around is compensation in terms of what's happening in the backdrop of beyond say's coachella takeover kendricks pulitzer win is you know this is the same week all of this big stuff happening this is same week that two black man got arrested at a starbucks simply for taking up space you know and i think it's just a reminder that in a lot of ways i think america has always been in love with black culture but black people sometimes the country's politics in policing have reflected you know fear or you know feeling is not necessarily the same level of of love and embrace and i think that when we look at this rise that we feel happening in terms of black black culture you know being embraced in the mainstream and how it parallels with what's happening in terms of black bodies you know at at the hands of police or what have you it's it's it's a really interesting parallel think gets at the heart of the heart of america and a lot of ways and we have a caller dan calling from lexington kentucky with with some thoughts along these lines dan welcome.

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"rodney carmichael" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"rodney carmichael" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Support for npr in the following message come from georgetown university featuring parttime master's degrees answered certificates in downtown d c and online information at sc s dad georgetown dot eu slash npr to pay its new music friday are quick runthrough of the essential albums out on february sixteen some robin hilton from all songs considered on joined by interior six and powers hello and rodney carmichael up and this is the music of reggie snow and me no no no a poll goal go back door to door on no no no no antonin no no no guns gopal tech that two new pool no no the the core all my day leave you the new album out now from reggie snow is called dear any an rodney who is reggie snow on what's cool about this one register knows the cat that is from dublin ireland of all places which ghana blew my mind when i found out about it just because i didn't know there were cat's like ridge in ireland wrapping like he is he happens to be signed two three hundred which is the same label that has people like young thug me goals was formerly all net labelled but he sounds totally different than anybody associated with that label on the hypothesis that he's a very cool cat very melo he's more katryn nada associated than anything gangster radish at all he and he also can saying you he israel melodic too but not in the way that here bob with been melodic in the past year to and this whole album is kind of inspired by pass relationships he caused album deer and he but it's also a lot of.

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"rodney carmichael" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"rodney carmichael" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Key roster and say what that which is not dismiss their buildings his players these guys just aren't known commodities that spilled douglas with mcclatchy news service he is headed to the two thousand eighteen winter olympics believes that have to stop by our studios first bill thank you so much for joining us and hopefully we'll talk again he'll tell so it's gonna be cold while i do it thank you for having me finally today it super bowl sunday you thought we forgot didn't you of course we didn't we were just trying to figure out what else there was to say after weeks of pre super bowl hype then we thought what about the walk on music when the respective teams the new england patriots and the philadelphia eagles take the field pretty dear friend as npr's hip hop writer rodney carmichael reports and there's a story behind the eagle's choice this would they been waiting for the philadelphia eagles fooling the super bowl bashir have chosen as their introductory song dreams and nightmares by local philly wrapper on meal i used to make it sound like this the round like this so i had like to share like this cinematic up time i spent in the back it up paddy wagons black thorn risk so the sony starts with these really barebones piano train near streams come and you hear me laying out you know his story his narrative this really explicit is real it's a real story is his real story from ragstoriches his rise in the rap industry and the dreams and nightmares so to speak that have come from guy hey i like artisanal curling restricting what can as the mac maharaj boom the track starts.

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"rodney carmichael" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"rodney carmichael" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Innocence ha so hiphop has actually it's long been criticized as a genre four a misogynist lyrics four somehow nodding to violence against women worded russell simmons stand on i mean how did he talk about that you will massage news definitely prevalent and hoopoe there's no doubt about that misogyny is prevalent and is prevalent throughout the music industry simmons has been out of the industry quote unquote for about two decades since his interests endeavour gem i'm not sure if he ever spoke to criticism directly about misogynistic lyrics but during and after his time as the head of the jam he's always defended here pop in the music in the culture and s something it you know represented the under ability underbelly of society and echo the harsh realities that these artist live all right rodney carmichael is npr's hip hop writer we're talking this morning about the allegations of sexual harassment abuse even rape against hiphop hop mogul russell simmons rodney thanks so much for coming in this morning but rich each friday story core brings us the voices of people around the country and listeners mike recognize this one it comes from dr william lynn weaver earlier this year he spoke about being one of.

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"rodney carmichael" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"rodney carmichael" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of iran's role in the region is a function of the collapse of order in syria and iraq and yemen in other places the other side of it is that in fact iran and the united states collaborated very closely in defeating isis in iraq which would not have probably been possible all had their the environment of cooperation that the nuclear deal created hadn't been there just very briefly iran's president dirani called trump's remarks full of insults and fake accusations he said rehn will never bow to any foreign pressure pressure um privately do you think he's all that unhappier mighty be pleased that trump stopped short virtually breaking with the agreement well i think he is happy that the agreement wasn't broken because politically it it it will undermine him seriously but i think many iran have decided that this this stealing a is is about to collapse because trump has started a process that is going to eventually unravelled at the valley nacional dean of the john's hub in school of advanced international studies thanks thank you the rapper eminem made some news this week when he showed up on the b e t hip hop awards tuesday night for a performance aimed at a very specific target for four and a half minutes eminent railed against president trump from every angle as politi his policies his looks his tweet eminem called it the store warm from his endorsement of support for the clansman 64 choosing put a soldier this black in clinton's home from iraq and is still told the go back michael four can a dagger then is racist 94 who laid grandpa oakley signal were not pass historical deplorable factors and rodney carmichael of and care music is with.

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