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"steve stoute" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:09 min | 3 months ago

"steve stoute" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"What was the name of the club. Damn now now. You're you're now you're pulling me out where now remembering that. Maybe i wasn't a new york club kid for half a second Because i definitely remembered was the club that was across the street from justin's oh yeah just spent a lot. Yeah that was. Cheetah has an monday nights and chase shouts that out in few it again or one of those songs and he says i used to fill it on cheetah and then i did wednesday night at shine and then fridays life so every night that he mentioned in that cheetah monday night wednesday nights shine f with d'amato bitches friday night life or whatever it is and i was like oh my right yes he he would often be there like it was an event like until until the abt came along and solidified mondays. Yes you were. Basically you know usually my club nights would be like if back then especially on two hundred real. You know a mixed with bob power probably be something like kind of like eight nine hours or whatever so you know if you're starting at three in the afternoon or something we get their leading the real gets there for. Bob is basically you know. Get out of my hair and come back at midnight like me. know. Get the mix straight first before you guys start micromanaging. So usually you know on on mondays or whatever company you play and whatnot. What was it all right. Well i just wanted out to because jewels and julian where the main. Tj's monday specifically a cheater. But they will let me fill in. I play the basement of the. I'd watch your sets right right. So that's like my memories of it all right so one of the one of the discoveries we made in the last five years of doing this show is that You know a lot of are a lot of the accomplished producers that we admire Were great deejays. And you know that's the case with jimmy jam Definitely the case with dr dre. And when i brought this up today he explained to me that because of the the duress that he was under he would say like. You basically played the wrong song. You might risk the club. Getting shot up. He so he was hyper aware of what he played. And he says that that informs him of how he produces. because it's almost like there's no room for experiments you have to be spot on knowing what your audience response to so for you though in that particular atmosphere because the thing is is that i know i can get away with murder and you heard me experiment in do crazy shit often but i know i can get away with murder in affirmative a particular crowd. That will let me do that. But you know my clientele was really never puff or jazy or any of those like any of those parties that you know steve stoute is gonna show up at what is it. What is what is the. What is it like when.

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Apple leads $50m investment in music distributor UnitedMasters

Techmeme Ride Home

01:42 min | 7 months ago

Apple leads $50m investment in music distributor UnitedMasters

"Apple has led a fifty million dollars series. B in music distributor united masters again leading the round alongside other usual suspects like a sixteen z. An alphabet this is notable because while apple does do acquisitions all the time they tend to rarely do venture investments according to dan per mak. The last time apple participated in venture capital round. Much less lead. One was a two thousand seventeen investment in detroit. Shing quoting techcrunch. If you're unfamiliar with united masters it's a distribution company launched in two thousand seventeen by steve stoute a former interscope and sony music executive the focus of united masters is to provide artists with direct pipeline to data around the way that fans are interacting with their content and community allowing them to connect more directly to offer tickets merchandise and other commercial efforts united masters also generally allows artists to retain control of their own masters. Neither of these conditions are at all typical in the music industry. In a typical artists deal recording companies retain all audience and targeting data as well as masters this limits and artists ability to be agile taking advantage of new technologies to foster a community currently united masters has deals with the nba espn tiktok twitch and others that allow artists to tap big brand deals that would normally be brokered by a label and manager. It also has a direct distribution app that allows publishing to all of the major streaming services. More importantly artists can check stream fan and earnings data at a glance and

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"steve stoute" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"steve stoute" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"If you're GONNA have features, you can you can you gotta have actual rappers but back then people Big artists wherever possible and everybody on it would be like Guy Kuzma Western beef. Yeah. Track you know. Sandwich Deger right track come on you. Just, got Jill Yeah someone humanity. Joe. My High School coach where you want to be in on the track. Posse cut knows on the vinyl because I have the vinyl but there's a posse cut on the dirty bastards on your bestest first album how I think it's called protect your neck from zoo part two or something like that, and it's got a bunch of wrappers on their I've never had the time I know who sixty second assassin was in short shit stain and all these rappers. Just rapid rapid. It's like seven minutes and just yelling and screaming and rapping and shit like the nineties good for those policy cuts where you could just get a bunch of. Nineties, even the eighties I remember this probably the nineties I remember it was a ninety member Gangstar had down the line and he's Pastika and one guy was like doing nursery rhymes. Smoking Angel Dust, who's how much we could have we took in which gets. Serious is. Dead serious. Album release, it. On the album. And? That same album hit a j ruined real rappers audit and they put they put those guys like Oh. An Oak Ajay had the farmers Boulevard posse cut. Those dues, farmers boulevard like literally there were just like, where do you find these dudes? Yeah. Yeah. But nature wasn't even when those guys there is no. As bringing that up krige's have a lot of those guys like those those infamous mob is and and so does and big Nord but even among those guys I never heard of nature nature. They found him just for firm album. Yeah. But they call them up to the majors me I'm surprised that in college. Majors exactly. Yeah. Yeah. Like to be surprised. Didn't take someone from the infamous mob or from or Big Noida someone like. Three to nature. That was very weird. That was very I. Think Steve Stoute Call 'cause I know that hurt that story on granted I hear that story when it was talking about the firm, you might have been combat, Jack. I. Can't remember where I heard this story but it was a guest mega had fallen out with Steve Stoute and he went over now isn't just pick this guy like that wasn't even nozzles pick like knives didn't remember wrapped about nature getting his ass will later on on he said that's why that's why nature got timberland upper something said something about nature gotTa Timberland. Put to his head or something he said. Yeah I do they didn't like nature after and kind of. This thing but even on the album, it was funny if you're the you firm trio over and over again..

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"steve stoute" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"steve stoute" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"You've got people writing books, people right making movies. You've got people making documentaries. You've got everybody putting their own flyers for parties and shit, and it's like this is she got sacrificed for everybody else's greed and I'm not trombone the aluminum body Weirdo Shit and I'm not talking about. I'm with you on that I'm regaining their mission. Michigan has like somebody put up A. The the meaning that they have now, and they're that these are unaffected. They made where the this whole influenced. The thing you know around Bjarne Brianna fast, and they misspelled her name and one the flyers or something. They had all these Levin hip hop type influencers. All. Enough of it. Yeah. Yeah. And then on the woke S J W style drifters where bashing that one because that one was for lack of a better word than more quote unquote on a new one. You know it was more at actual hip hop people on it. So all the academic. And Social Justice Warrior type of black rift. There's this is disgusting but then those same types including Britney Cooper and Crunchy, and the people their own senator event where they put all their faces front Jerusalem you Britney Cooper flipped the basketball players named the one that got grief for being on the boat all the Women Oh, Kyrie Irving? Yeah. Kyrie Irving. I. Remember that Kyrie was part of that yeah. Yeah. Flyer and the flyer was dimissed looks like Taylor, photo bombed her own flyer like it was all eight of them in the front and center and big. And then we to face should have little angel. She was small and transparent in the background in the bag to remind you that row pitcher that vibe magazine did years ago. Oh. Yeah. Remember that with to PA Dr Drain should night and Snoop Dogg. Yeah. Reminded me of two but this was kind of rip off of that picture, the firm album cover where they're put nature as an afterthought like photoshop. Is is like foxy. And And Z. A really originally core mega was part of the group right. Mega. Slept in nature as a after the end and his picture is clearly photoshop in extra small. He looks like he someone's little brothers into the fast hilarious I forgot about that I completely forgot Coco Mega was part of the firm Steve Stoute had him kicked out. Yeah that that Patriot did they photo shopped matters? In clearly, it is smarter than everyone else's had. Further, in the back pretty. Brianna tater totally natured Had you ever. sidebar real quick. I never heard of nature before that. I never heard okay before and he had a couple of albums since. Find that out to Kapiti like I've never heard. Okay. I never knew who that was until then. Yeah, and there's a ton of that was back in the day. This isn't happening anymore. You remember this remember the old posse cuts when everybody used to have a posse cut, it was a policy cut of just your boys like no one that anybody knew late very can't do that. We'll do that a lot. Yeah..

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"steve stoute" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"steve stoute" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The health concerns and restrictions and such with that so this is not exactly a done done deal just yet I'll believe it when the players start to report the next only to new head coach of it's not Mike Miller three new names have surfaced according to the athletic email don't go from the Sixers Pat the lady of the magic and Chris Fleming of the bowls all now at least being considered you've also got the bigger names we know of Tom Thibodeau and you know Kenny Atkinson yeah I can send to and then I'm like what do you want to just get the Steve Stoute I don't believe it you'll never see that guy again when you know that you know you'll never after I mean he got the job two hours later he was on first take of all things and then he just blew himself up called himself Drake basically fired on national TV and then has disappeared since you will not see him again he will work all behind the scenes or he'll be fired mmhm we were very good so I I understand that there's a negative connotation to the next right but just think about this for a second mmhm he's hired as a brand consultant that's right right well the next sell out every game people come to NYC games maybe not see the next but maybe just go to Madison Square Garden but the Knicks I know it's hard to feel this way over what's happened the last fifteen years or so but the Knicks are a brand that everybody knows yeah I can see what you're missing you're missing the point here though it's not the fans not to sell outs not the tickets it's how the other players in the league perceived NHS that's that's what it's about it's about the free agents when they're going through the list of teams that have enough cap space and then they go down they see next no thanks because I've heard this this and this about them that's why a guy like Steve status there and Leon rose yep yeah my friend because so he has you don't have the long list of clients I mean as well rose ever done anything in basketball other than be an agent don't know probably not just do it I have not heard that so he has less experience well I mean he's like the total opposite than a Phil Jackson I think we can get a guy in there that actually cancel general manager yeah yes he's like your meds GM I mean it's the same thing right agent to GM right I mean is it different party played a little bit down college any player that that matter from that though yeah but I you know that's like running a team now is gonna be filled to the top that's All I Want now the top rated a toss up that's all it is all your mask wash your hands over to the top we have not heard from him in a long time man yeah the guy that would know both sides he would yeah he's not he's not doing any interviews right now that Brody bandwagon absolutely not as you know many of those things you could step into with the Mets sale in the junk bonds and you know the restart of the season and what side I mean it was just be a mess for him as he was on a boy he give you a great perspective from both sides would think he would if he was candy everyone be right would be candid they should say he could not he would he could yeah Serena Williams confirms that she will play in the U. S. open and the Belmont Stakes is this weekend your six to five favorite is is the law goes off sixty five in the eighth spot there you go all right thank you Jerry boomer NGO on the fan and we are connected because of all Thiessen optimum homers gonna tell you about then we'll come right back.

"steve stoute" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"steve stoute" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Marketing genius we the next the man Steve Stoute who was hit over the head with a champagne bottle by puff Daddy when he played a video on MTV that did he did not like this same Steve Stoute went on to a first taken fired the coach on national TV and said that he was essentially like Drake soul you ran into a guy's got that thing he's got that thing yeah brakes got that thing I've got that saying that thing that thing that seeing as he ran into a guy or know a guy I've got works for me all the guy works for you guys get all employment contracts and things of that nature all error okay and here it is actually had worked in the industry that Steve Stoute worked in within the rap community and everything and was doing contracts was the stout I also beat Steve Stoute without actually he gave some stout high marks for his ability to negotiate contracts and take care of his client to take a punch yes I guess so but yeah he he he was you know he said a lot of kind things about him nine I just kind of came out of the blue like is he he heard us talking about yesterday but when he came here yesterday to see me I I I was asking him if he had ever run into anybody like Steve Stoute news yeah Steve's out of self yeah well I also think that when someone is really really good in their field it doesn't mean that they can jump to a nother field and be that good I mean you know of course everybody who is work with Steve stay out in the music industry and that marketing arm that he had there is going to say good things about him for the most part because he had a ton of success now are you and I both know this is he going to attract to Max free agents that we're gonna be happy with is here to be able to convince players the common play for the next which other people have not been able to do that's really what it comes down to I think players more than anything want to be in a place where they can grow their personal brand while also mean so there's not going to be someone who just jumps to the Knicks and says it's New York I'm a superstar New York it's going to be great Steve Stoute Sir Leon rose is there and and worldwide Wes is is somewhere listening like no it's not the way it's going to work if you listen to all of these guys you know most of them say I want to go there like Kevin Durant for example like Brooklyn appeal to me you know I had some trainers that were there you know it is New York City then chi re wanted to come in the way the Kenny Atkinson had that team playing and they went to the playoffs and Sean marks vision so it's it's it's two fold it's not just about who is running the team it's about how they're playing basketball so I don't get anywhere close to being a competent basketball team with some young pieces that are attracted to these guys then then Steve Stoute New York City the garden Leon rose doesn't mean you know what yeah but Steve Stoute has that thing and that's the thing that's gonna interacting a couple free agent okay all right question is the free agent market coming up this year is not that great I mean if you if you're going to get excited about the surgeon locker Fred van right lead then be my guest right and I don't think he's going to have any say well he's not gonna have any say what so ever when it comes to drafting or any of that stuff that's all gonna be Leon rose but seized out did say on that in that ESPN interview that he wants to bring Charles Oakley back that they have been friends for many years and I would think that Charles book bird Oakley will have to at least give a public apology to the next center James Dolan for his actions and all that happens and you know forget that this is one of those things where and clearly that Oakley thing and I'm not I want to go down the road again about who was wrong and what sucks you've told by but like bright eyed but that's what it's just trying to avoid well like my point my point is though that we can do is talk about a million times my point is that that seem to affect players for some reason we heard from Steve Stoute obviously the first thing that he said Stephen Jackson said it all the peoples people said it did that somehow affected players but I'll go back to the same point even after that happened with Charles Oakley the reason why players didn't want to come to the nexus because the team has been a joke yeah but that's why it is going to have to take two players that are gonna have to come here to keep it from being a joke and that's why Steve Stoute now is involved because he has that bang and the thing about Charles Oakley you know players can see whatever they want to see you think with that whatever they want to thing he showed up drunk and was belligerent and was screaming at the owner making an **** out of himself and making people at the garden very uncomfortable I know we thought we had and he should have been removed any was removed and until he comes out and apologizes then I'm sorry it ended up getting worse after that but the you know the the the is going on around everything else was fine it's I know it's not only for the but that's the point I might if the players so it it's great news that day okay Haas that have and throw him out he knows me and belligerent in the first place where is the personal responsibility mall Charles Oakley is a guy who's got relationships with these players he's going to give them their side of the story and that's what's going to happen and make him head coach of the next to keep them happy fine yeah well we already know the Mike Miller's gone according to Steve Stoute so there will be an opening there at some point but yeah I mean I'm not surprised at the person you talked to say great things about Steve static told I had a friend who is like really ain't too hip hop music in the history of it text me the first time we're talking about like that though the dudes genius hi he's gonna bring credibility the next he was totally confident that I just so what about where does worldwide Wes fit this whole thing I told you man he's going to be in that old but he's gonna be in the background he doesn't like salt and worldwide Wes and what we what we do exactly I mean I'm talking about World War I was here like I know exactly what world I was going to do in the next organization it's a joke it really is but anyway but what I've learned of worldwide Wes periphery guy he doesn't like to be known as like I am attached to this organization I'm a part of this management team worldwide Wes likes operate in the shadows so we could do what he wants more in a freelance way of Florida the Florida but it does not mean that he's not going to have a major influence on Leon rose in his decision making process through this whole thing so whether he's got official title and a key card at the garden that doesn't mean anything his influence will still be the same that's my cell Jackson couldn't acquired Steve Kerr Phil Jackson really couldn't go out there and get any significant free agents he had a turned a a novice and Derek Fisher who is more worried about what was going on in the left coast as opposed to what's going on here in the east coast right I was a great decision so then let's go get Scott Perry and elevate Steve mills and let's bring in David fizz they'll because he's got all the contacts those guys could make it happen so now we're gonna go down this this rabbit hole with Steve Stoute worldwide Wes and Leon rose yeah and the the new head of ticketing now did you see this show tonight this act of the night has been brought into a former death row records executive he is going to be now R. I. ticketing yes let's give a chance let's see what happens yeah if they can get it done yeah I know that the ultimately we talk about this we disagree with the approach whatever but then we're back at that we'll see if it works but I I.

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"steve stoute" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

11:17 min | 1 year ago

"steve stoute" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"It's a new day it's another day another day where the next embarrass themselves it is just so ironic that it is the guy you hired to help remake your image he is the one who ends up causing a bit of a PR snafu that the team has to walk back with a statement they have to clarify roles here that Steve Stoute who was who was hired by the next in this company was hired by the next to try to make them cool and relevant again and try to help their image in their brand we got a little carried away over stepped a little bit when talking about the next coaching staff and what he had to say was basically that made it that is a done deal they have to be changes the change we're going to coach a new coaches that are going to help develop these young players he said this is on a first date yesterday and they've got some young players RG Barry may drop in so they got signed to work with the getting a coach in here and ultimately getting a coach and a coaching staff that's going to help develop a team that's what I expect to happen so that we can have actually get to what you expect from a New York team have a coach like that with magnitude gravitas of the media would love to talk to him believe them I think that's super important yeah good bye Mike Miller great the marketing guy basically said you're out the door and listen we all know that Mike Miller is probably not going to be the head coach of this basket and that he understands it is a guy who had like you know it was a a college coach in low college basketball mid major basketball essentially for a long long time as of getting an opportunity with the G. league when he was contemplating whether or not you want to be coaching anymore right but decides to get the shot you're going to take the shot and go for the G. league and he ends up becoming elevated to Nick's head coach when David is gets fired like this is an opportunity for him to showcase probably not gonna happen for the next but maybe somewhere else he catches on with the staff and maybe this leads to a great career for Mike Miller and wish him all the best but did you really need the marketing guy coming out on ESPN telling you that he's not going to be the coach now now if I were the next year and I was trying to make this go away as opposed to being an embarrassing story I don't think I want to put out the statement I thought I would just let it go and I would apologize to Mike behind the scenes so listen I understand this looks bad but we're just going to apologize to you and and hope that you understand where we're coming from here you're important to us this season keep doing what you're doing but ultimately the next made this look even worse moose because they took all the credibility and really caught the knees off of someone who they're looking to do help brand them and make them cool yeah I mean the I look at it is I think you have to come out with a statement because Maggie if you don't you let his statement marinate you let his statement you let his appearance on first take yesterday on ESPN and that that he's speaking for the franchise and he can have that all the respect to seized out I I I I I I think that makes actually handled that well if he cannot be making the statement that he made and then these comes out in a in that statement and XO eco issue say they make sorry excitement to defend the next I live TV I inadvertently in insinuated about makes personnel I took four I look forward to working with the Knicks management to elevate the great Nick's brand here moving forward sound can't be talking about basketball moves when he's appeared on TV can't compare become barren cell to drink when he's on TV well that's another thing and I think the NYC franchise and who basically went out and as we said earlier I mean come off at the knees castrated whatever you want to say was Steve Stoute is he's got to stay in his lane and you cannot do that to your coach even though he's not here long term and Mike Miller you cannot do that for the franchise I actually think for the first time the next actually made a smart move even though it looks bad stocks appearance was atrocious they've got to try and cut that off at the knees at least support the coach that's gonna be coaching this team the rest of the way this is the bottom line whether you thought what the next day like I think it could have just been water like they would a went away not the embarrassment of this is the guy we've hired to help us avoid these types of things in the future and he created one basically he hasn't even worked on this project for like more than a month and he's already creating a headache see that's the real problem of yesterday and people can say bag why do you care about this guy Steve Stoute who cares and expands don't care here's what I care about stop telling me what you're gonna do just do it and take the accolades and take the pats on the back take them after you've shown positive changes no doubt stop telling me that it's going to be great in the brand's gonna be elevated nobody cares we already know where the next brand is we can only do so many just do it just do it right now the product that you're trying to re brand is the issue not the branding the actual product you're putting out on the floor that's what needs a makeover and for that I don't easy step out I need I need a basketball person for that but whether it's stout or whether it's James Dolan going on radio and saying we're talking these free agents and believe me it's going to be a very good about this no no it wasn't although an eighty might even feel good at one point in time it didn't end up well regardless of what mills and Perry told all in at the time to feel like yeah it planned everything went according to plan get your big free agents for Julius Randle Bobby poured just object Taj Gibson Elfrid Payton come on Maggie the stop telling me and stop selling it or you're going to do but here's the problem we talk about Leon rose and mills being out and Steve Stoute and him stepping on its own two feet yesterday in this appearance on ESPN and then the you know the the jokes and poking fun of the next can't get out of their own way see that's the big picture the frustrating aspect is it's great to think about what Leon rose might potentially DO down the line or you know bringing in a basketball guy that can develop young players having a game plan everybody being on the same page it's great to think about James Dolan get out of the way but then I the stark reality slapping me in the face of him in a marketing guy hopped on the hopper on TV yesterday talking about basketball blues within the garden at times you back in the face the realities say is really anything going to change I mean the the check say the guys in position their names by chains decision makers might change part is that nonsense really ever going to change with that makes I mean I was told what I I will I still held firm that I believe the next can win without James Dolan and then you get what happened yesterday in the say maybe maybe it'll never win with dole in owning this team because for some reason Steve Stoute felt that he could go on TV and guy is bright is he is as accomplished as he is as successful as he has been when he was thrown and they're not throwing hard hitting questions at him this is not sixty minutes but it is not investigative piece well there's one softball item after another easy questions what do you what do you planning to do this that's the one I want an answer to get miked up this is not some world peace treaty were talking about and he couldn't even navigate his way through that without being is all worst enemies to what's really going to change for the next that's the frustrating look at hilarious right would Kevin Durant comes out and says the next on the cool thing right now right they decided that they decide to hire Steve Stoute I guy guaranteed like I I can only imagine that was such a bad day for the next when they realize Kevin I called them on cool you wanna know it's less cool when you have all a marketing executive no matter how successful they are you got basically a suit coming out and saying that they will do for your brand what Drake did for the Toronto raptors that's not cool that is because it's not sure who will now and the idea that someone who can read the landscape and read the the the the the zeitgeist right as as finger on the pulse some of what is current and what is cool in our society would not understand that comparing himself to Drake looks so incredibly lame how do you have that kind of a misstep and and and think that you are as important as someone in a and a and as identifiable as somebody who is like an international recording star and and a starling universal that's fine to have a healthy ego have a behind the scenes I mean we would like let us see your influence before we hear about you you know let us let us feel your influence before we hear from you that that's the right way to do it in my opinion first does great why why is it always seem to be about everything else other than the the product on the court you get that quote about stout where he said winning I got a quiet winning solve some things but here's what he said the Bloomberg when he got hired they his company I have an ex winning cares a lot of problems great marketing an exciting entertainment features all problem is he and I said at the time that's a scary because that's not good but he well that's also coming from his perspective it's not like the head coach is saying that no I I get it but Maggie he's in in in even though the next he's got some sort of influence at Madison Square Garden here of Dolan and felt comfortable enough that he could call go on television that's the thing regardless of what the statement says Steve Stoute felt comfortable enough in his position and have been the year of Dolan where he can go on ESPN and talk about basketball decision so I think the next one about there well that's share yes I mean I come in it's basically on the floor because evidence it's like Indian style like he's like these in kindergarten on the on the floor deal with the book you back better he's been deal with a back issue for like two weeks for about about the chairs why did the chance to to the back also he said this is I don't know and he has his own specific chair I'm looking at right now I don't sit in it he's got his own specific chair that is low to the ground why do all the other chairs also get lower to the ground every single day in here I don't know I don't know Somers said okay thankfully chairs to arms though that's which is spelled you guys hear this on the radio that come through no did not air yes that time okay through slammed sorry Evan sorry about your sorry about about his back will be okay I mean to be fair Evan did start here when he was in the garden he did you write is so low to the ground it's like it's like wood when kids are your paintings hanging well no it's a comfortable and then I know he was about when they send out the videos like burning go looks like he's in a king's chair and Evan looks like basically his head it's just ahead speaking I mean that's that's a higher America hi neo yeah either all you have barely see Evans like shoulders he sit and so low to the ground like it's a strange video look I got a talking head we really don't have a leg to stand on considering it looks like both of us had typhoid fever for most of the first couple weeks yeah but they cleaned it up yeah or a little warmer the teams on top of it I I bring life so what are the modern clean up everyday thank you whole other issue the cleanliness is a whole other thing they did the thirty for thirty on like what I place.

Steve Stoute
"steve stoute" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"steve stoute" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Be easier to get the president on the phone today then they get Steve Stoute on the phone today but I think dead like Brian Manzo could book president trump easier on moose and Maggie then he could book Stephen status in and from there do you what do you think this do you think Bernie Sanders socialist do you think they're fantastic do you so do you do you I don't hate juniors I know I do have I know you have a junior I don't do you do you think I hate juniors why do you all right Warren G. R. Maggie MSG thing is still going on of course it is it was the ed wood Willis second stop I think that's gonna stop they're gonna they're gonna hold on to that for the rest of time if you ask me it was more embarrassing yesterday sure but that's what matters what matters is what Jim Dolan things right that's what matters can you I'm not gonna say that I'm I just I I felt this way yesterday like when I when I saw this interview and I heard all of it yeah what do you think the first thing I thought was believe here we go again well I thought that too but then I sort of the segment I was in Jim Dolan zero and what is he listening to I to me it it just I it's hard to feel bad for a guy that's worth billions and I know he's trying to spend as much money as he can to get this right that he thinks he's trying to hire the right people every two years it's like a whole new regime that comes and might it just the whole thing looks foolish yes thank I just feel like I kind of felt bad form for about thirty seconds I realize what he could be flying to a visa for all I know right of course yeah he's on these on the hell out of here they make a yacht off the court coast of my York playing the harmonica will someone feeds and caviar on a baguette come on caviar and a baguette now US you present had Gabby on a baguette no no I was driving a little crackers I couldn't think of it I've seen carry on as I have a ninety caviar wills little crackers T. crackers like the little take records yes water crack not on our Cressman and maybe some like that that's what I was thinking of caviar watercress but I thought about that I thought I couldn't take it at things I thought about a slice would you ever put would you ever put caviar on a Ritz cracker I would never eat caviar period I've never eaten cap you've never had cabin every and you never I like sushi right I like sushi is fishing's you'd like it I would I would like it if you gotta get beluga caviar though blows off the wheel salty he Ghanem rashes house the are you on the van at CBS sports network hi I like convenience things at a quick especially when I'm getting up in the morning and I got a get out the door that's why I love my cure a coffee machine on the weekends I don't want to be Messin around if I wanna take a load off at a cocktail so that's why I love to drink work for geometric maker by curing the same technology as the pod.

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"steve stoute" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"steve stoute" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"So he said that my statement was asinine and ludicrous to quote him directly first of all. Let me say this. I'm not taking the bait that some ignorant trolls out there trying to throw out. I have no issue will whatever agreed said about me. I didn't even find audited disrespectful. Eric reid is entitled to find my statement ludicrous what asinine or any other words. He didn't character character assassination me. He didn't talk about me as a man eating talk about my character. He didn't do anything of the sort he was responding to a direct question about about what i said and that's how he felt about what i said. Eric redesigned grown damn man who by the way as a black man. I totally appreciate his position. He's out there and his mom fighting for us and beyond that you i o madeta gratitude for that you willing to bring attention to racial oppression racial inequality police brutality. How can i have a problem with that so i don't have a problem with ever agreed position. I don't have a problem with his feelings a matter of fact and oh by the way i i wanna stay for the record. You can't have a better friend than ever agreed for colin kaepernick to be in this position that he's in dan. There's been one man who has been unrelenting in his fight for justice for colin kaepernick and that is eric read. I mean you talk about loving and going down with the ship laser gentlemen. I can't say anything about era agreed in that regard. I'll applaud claude brother. I just disagree with his methods confronted malcolm jenkins on the field. Oh really that's hooliganism. That's what that is and then you come after jamesy. Let me tell you something right now for those of you that don't understand opposition because i had to explain it to a dear friend of mine last night. Let me be very very clear. You can have a problem with the optics jay z. Sitting next to the commissioner who's the spokesman for all thirty two owners who appear to have lost the size collar capital of new league you sitting there after after condemning the n._f._l. For their actions and supporting collar cabinet sitting there smaller than yukking it up with roger goodell is not the greatest look oh by the way jay z. Who's a strategist a brilliant strategist and a brilliant capitalist a-list you j._c. Not having a plan in front of you to articulate and disseminate to the masses in that moment talk about exactly what your role is going to be an exactly what your intent is with that role. You are too smart not to have a plan to present to americans football fans everywhere at that particular moment of time if that's your argument against jay z. I have nothing to say. The problem is that wasn't what you did was questioned. This man's blackness his commitment to blackness and two black causes sources and two black people by attacking him the way that you did and jay z don't deserve that he comes from that. She's comfortable. Marcy projects covering the streets brooklyn raised himself from rags to riches and oh by the way has ingratiated himself with several issues has been an activist as an artist in his own way. Oh by the way loses wife. That's not just beyond say who's phenomenal and magnificent almost everywhere. You can imagine as perform. She's also responsible as being associated with coachella who brought bathe from all aids be used to performance he. He's the first black artist to lead coachella. If i remember head like a teller if i remember correctly oh by the way he's got friends like steve stoute who's a brilliant authen- within businessman very closely connected to commissioner adam silver the national basketball association and very highly respected along with a plethora of other people people..

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"steve stoute" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"steve stoute" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"Even though they might be separate as what they believe. And who they believe they're representing when they go to that White House. I commend Alex for how he handled this not only personally, but as a leader of this team overall never mind with all the guys behind him where they'd be players of color, otherwise chose to do in terms of following him in his leadership. This was a good portion of information all around from everybody. I think the Red Sox did it. Well, you know, we know the numbers when it comes to African American involvement in baseball. I I like to separate that because people like to just say black involve. I'm saying no Dominican players and and Cuban players afro Latinos have been dominating game in terms of numbers for very very long time. Now, how do you think baseball is handled the social issues that the social climate? I should say that that we are in right now this discussion isn't to make you pick a side and all that other stuff you're listening out there. But it's just it's one that I think we don't broach because we feel like we don't have to. But there there are very real impactful decisions being made. And I think that that especially when you have a sport like baseball who is trying to endear itself to a younger generation and a generation. Let's be honest. I read Steve Stoute's the tanning of America as one of the best books I've ever read because they it talks about what's going to happen. Thirty four years from now when little white kids, and I don't want to get into the Martin Luther King. I have a dream speech. But the actual dreams that were spoken about in those situations where the cultures are melting so much. So that the color of your skin is going to be less. Less important than the culture that you abide by in terms of your your clothing, or your fashion, you music or your sports. I think that the baseball isn't a weird place right now where they want the younger audience, but they don't really want to listen to what the younger audience wants like we might have the best athletes in the history of baseball. Not might we do have the best athletes in the history of the game in the game right now. But there's a lesson social media presence there still this thing of unwritten rules and not having fun and not stepping out and not playing the game. Maybe from the place that you came from whether it be Washington heights in New York or Venezuela. You know what I mean? So I think it's I think it's a very interesting. How baseball will handle this going full? We talked about Tim Anderson last week. We'll talk about them next segment, actually. But it's like baseball's I won't say in the crosshairs, but baseball where under the microscope. That's for sure. But I will say this. I think that they've handled this White House situation. Well by letting the Bosox do it on their own. Although I don't always agree with. That's how that's that. Being the way they do things. Let's just think about this vote. We get to the next portion of this discussion but look last season when the Bosox and the dodgers faced off against each other. Dave Roberts and Joey core were former teammates it was the first time the two former teammates had ever managed against each other in the World Series. You know what else? It was the first time to managers of color had ever managed against each other in the World Series. That's a century plus of big league baseball. And it's a that long for that to happen. That is a problem. And so for me, you can't sit there and say, oh, man. Joey core is some political jerk now dog these are real life applications to every single thing that is going on with everybody involved beyond. The diamond you cannot ignore that in Corrigan the Red Sox didn't. And I think that they're better off for it. And baseball's better off forward as well. I think I'm better off for having had this conversation with you understand. Genesis of the first pitch and going and clicking on your piece on ESPN dot com. Appreciate see this is why Clinton Yates is Clinton Yates..

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"steve stoute" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

08:25 min | 2 years ago

"steve stoute" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"One. The world's most dangerous morning show morning. Everybody is DJ envy. Angela. Ye shall I mean, the guy we are the breakfast club? We got some special guests in the Berlin Steve Stoute in his new artist. Chapa I started hearing about chop. Chopper turn down a three million dollar record deal to sign with your United masters, and you know, doesn't really rogue artists that much. It's important to come and support this young man because he made it very important decision. I mean, he decided to be independent to own his rights and. Cobra independent company and a lot of young guys. Sixteen years old would have taken the money, obviously, all engines back. Nobody ends. It doesn't end. Well, I've never met a artists in my life. That have said one of the best decisions, I have made was signing. Chapa? How did you come to that decision? It'd be independent really. On. And I use those. As on a day shorter. Money of knows Amazon because at the end of the day delay bonus. But if you. Joe on making money. Have you west of people's stories have been like I want to end up like that. I love it. Because a lot of people, you know, they don't have that type of vision. We may now there's a lot of money. You know, what makes you think I'm going to be able to make more than this in the next couple of years, really just. I know cocky type thing. You know, your words. More to me. What does or does the white man's worst nightmare? Steve young. Well, look, I always believed that record company contracts were very similar to to share cropping. Right. Like, you don't really own and they make you believe you own. It is gonna make. Usery bank. Like Bank loans. There's laws against the amount of interest. You can charge on the Bank. Record company contracts. Just Bank loans with the most ridiculous interest rates. If you have a calculated that'd be against the law, but it's worse than that. Because they actually own it. And this is an example of. What's yet to come? These changes take place over generations. So you got a sixteen year old guy who says, you know, what is what I'm doing? And it changes a generation that goes, you know, what I don't need this anymore Instagram. Social media is new MTV and apple in Spotify is a new record store. What do I need you for? And you look at it got put out the music on his own song in a month. Got fifty that fifteen million views on YouTube. What does he need a record company owning for so? So everybody should know. You know, you're worth, you know, you're worth he knows his worth, I certainly know mine, and like, that's the way we move on going forward. That's that's the power that we all possess. How does that work? How does United master's work where distribution companies that signed us? We distribute the work that he owns own. We we distribute to work. He also we're just a distribution partner form, we li- his music to go from the studio onto Spotify on apple. So we distribute to all the streaming platforms. Title. Just like a. Would you? United meth for people who don't. If you were watching you just people who don't know what it is artists, and you want to get your music out all over the world. But you don't wanna scientific a company or a record company hasn't contacted you you can put your music on YouTube gno, easy, but you get your music on Amazon title, apple Spotify. You need a distribution company to do that. And we also not only distributed for you. But we collect on your behalf in pay you the money when you met. So it's basically a service that allows independent artists to get their music distributed in the collect the money and pay them. And then he pays you out of that money. Okay. That you provide in real time is transparent. So whatever the money that comes in is earned. He sees it. It's not like, you know, don't call. I'll call you. When the money comes in and checks in the mail nonsense record companies pay you they'll give you an advance. And you'll get like a statement once every six months. I mean, you get paid over long long periods of time. This is he sees it seven days fourteen days twenty days, you see exactly what your song generated, and you get paid that money. Now, what if he needs marketing promotions as United masters provide those services also right now. You would not be here in the United States. Got a partnership with the NBA, right? What is that? What's another thing that we did we decided like not only do we wanna do distribution? But we want to provide to your point services and one of the services mice strong set. My skill is in brands, but I've went for music, and I built an advertising companies, you guys don't know. I both an advertising company. I wanted to be able to bring that service to artists that was signed for United mass was working with us. So the NBA is our first partner with many more partnerships to announcements to follow where we allow your music actually, be using all of the NBA content as one point five billion followers with their social footprint, if twenty six billion views of their content all the music that's behind that all goes to the United masses. Dick, notice a ten percent. Okay. Depend on the deal. But if you're just distribution which services, you just go services Templeton, I wanna know for chopper like how hard would it not only to turn down dollars? But not the like sign a deal because that's everybody's dream is a young artist to sign a record deal. Like. Oh, really? If move you may be busy mosaic. Good move. The move was on. It wasn't a good move. If you work you work hard, you doing his United money go go three million three me right now. But you you work a whore. Working doing what you doing five million in one year. This. Dreaming. You had go recuperate. Anyway. The first thing he's when I sat down with him. He said he talked about how much money he paid for the video and how much money he paid for studio time and how much money he got back. Give me five exes investment profit soup. He said that immediately. This is like meeting one I'm like who talks like that. I mean, not paying attention to every little thing. My belief that independent artists is the wave of the future, these labels. Honestly, nothing more they serve the purpose at a time. But for you for centuries all they've done is taken away. I just was I was with Al Sharpton yesterday. How did Al Sharpton getting this? I'll tell you what else. James brown. Romance is great. Let me yesterday that as many times as James Brown has been sampled the whole thing this man, sat in the morgue the seventy days there was not five thousand dollars to pay for his funeral because he didn't own a music. Prince road slave on his face. We were looking at it. Like, it was crazy. He knew. They put slave in the recording contracts. The original copies, call the master into duplicates or call slaves. Lord have mercy. These things are just wild to me. And when you look at it, you know, it was like this was hopping around skipping and happy because they got a record deal, and they turn around and you can't pay for your funeral now. Whether you blew the money or did whatever you did. James Brown case if he owned his rights he would been he wouldn't have been in that situation. I don't like any of that we need to protect his rights. Not owners rights dive got more with Steve Stoute and chapel when we come back. Don't move is the breakfast club. Good morning. Daniel.

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"steve stoute" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"steve stoute" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"If somebody that's looked upon as already been superior. I'm not saying, that's right. But I think that's where here's what I can say with LeBron. And I noticed this in no, you're closer you. You went to that event. Like when I saw a photos of it might have been that event or it was another event by his crew all the wait staff, all the way, everyone was white all the people who are waiting on people were white. Purpose. Because there's no way that's not on purpose. You think that was done on purpose? Oh, there was photos was everything of white. Come jonathan. I don't even know what he's talking. I probably did. I don't I will go back. Who are we will look at I'll find ones. Yeah. You like you're that. Because you know, it's true. I'm mad about it. I'm just saying when you flip it when you flip it like you said, I'm gonna take it the wrong way. And we. I would like so we have blunt conversations, I will take let me say, right? If I if I go to anybody's page, right? And you're I believe this is just my personal belief as soon as you start to push race. Inside of what you do. I'm autumn medically going to view you as something negative, and I'm going to search for understanding though on why you feel that way. And that's a whole different deal. But I was somebody made the phone call and said, hey, I want every waitstaff person to be white because person that's fucking problem. I wanna see them pitcher. He's talking about. A couple. Because I wasn't looking at it through that lens. It was striking strike. Yeah. It was everywhere. Like like like. It was for one either the premier's for like the barbershop or this or that. And it might have been more than might have been like more than one. Because those those things are running a whole lot. Yeah. It might have been more than more even that last conversation. And I I only see because HBO has. In the in the thing. I know he had a striking like, so let me put this into context. There is a constant there's a conscious not constant there's a conscious initiative that I see from professionals right now. And I think that is started and it was engine near from Jay Z a lot of a lot of things. So he came up with our won't four four four. And I think one of the most polarizing songs on there was the story of OJ. You know, and for those who have heard of it all know about the song. He's basically said no matter what I do. No matter who I become till white people always be looked at as a nigga. Megaphone nigger nigger nigger nigger house nigger feel Nichols. Still. Nikki, right. And he started talking about pushing ownership, and there's a big thing with Steve Stoute. They got a thing they call this. Call United masters trying to get artist on the masters and to basically like to economically powered themselves into own things on their own music music. You know, saying saw think that LeBron being so close to Jay Z? I think we start talking about being in the film industry, and honing your own film shooting your films. There's a conscious effort for black kids. You probably have this messaging before to become owners and empowered and to say to excellence, right?.

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"steve stoute" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"steve stoute" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"And to sit there with my father while we're watching that and to see not the joy that just came out of him. But just the relief like he had put in years of work in the minds and yet developed the black long, and he could finally breathe again. Right. That size saw design. His to do with you in the neck because I'm in that suffering. I'm in that nineteen eighteen it's been forty plus years. They are the laughing stock of sports not only the NBA eagles, and they win the no serious guy. Eight the horse again. I'm not part of that community. I feel so I've seen the suffering, and I'm going to be there when it finally happens. So one thing about tonight that got deep yet. No, that's okay. One of those therapy session. One of those one of the things that I like about tonight is and I've told you this. But I don't know how many times I've told the audience if you were going to make a list of where my favorite places to go on the road, Dr. And I have no explanation other than this Madison Square. Garden will always be in the top three if not number one because of the energy in that building even though in my entire career with the Lakers ten years as the sideline reporter eight years. Now is the play by play guy. The Knicks have stunk the whole time they've stumped. Bello led the oldest team in the history of the league to fifty four wins. But the never did I feel like this team's going to the finals. And yet there is an energy about Lakers. Knicks that is fun Koby felt it. I did the Jeremy Lin game was one of my first games to play by play when he went off against the Lakers. So trust me the league tonight is watching this game. And there's they're hoping they're saying man, I hope these two teams get their act together. Mix of the most losses John in the league since the year two thousand we're coming up on nineteen years now. So it's complete dumpster fire from the top down, we all know this and they've had a lot of bad breaks and a lot of bad decisions. But you're right. There is an energy at the world's most famous because you right in the center, and it's like even when the Lakers were down these last four years, which I know for Lakers fans feels like forty but trust me as someone who's going through forty. It's not right. There was an energy on a Friday night at Staples Center when Yanna showed up there's an energy win. They're on national TV. There's a who's who there's a vibe. And that's some the NBA the ultimate entertainment product. I heard Steve Stoute a great media executive CENA podcasts day, the NBA's the new MTV the NBA as a new cultural. James harden last night was the most. Talks about person in pop culture more. So than any movie star last night on social media. They are the rock stars of the day. So to see your favorite rockstar perform right in front of you is always going to be an attraction is always going to be especially in a city like Los Angeles. All right. So I'm we talked about last night about that unbelievable game where the rockets came back and beat the warriors. There was a game before that. In quite Leonard in the raptors went into San Antonio and Kawai who basically took them to a championship in two thousand fourteen he was a finals MVP he had Tim Duncan and Tony Parker and those guys, but he was the best player on that team. And he got the crap booed out of him of all my friends, you've been lines like to heckle, you you wouldn't hesitate to boo. I know that I'm gonna I notice these seats are a little too far for the guys to hear me. No, no, no, not true. You're ten rows behind the visitors been together be loud. Yeah. For you. It's a piece of cake, but what's the point in booing somebody? I I never understood wind shack came back after the Lakers traded him. And he had led us to four finals in three titles that that us collectively as Laker fans. Booed shack. I don't get it. We'll get into that coming up. Ben lines.

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"steve stoute" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"steve stoute" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"And to sit there with my father while we're watching that and to see not the joy that just came out of him. But just the relief like he had put in years of work in the minds and yet developed the black long, and he could finally breathe again. Right. That size saw design. His to do with you in the neck because I'm in that suffering. I'm in that nineteen eighteen it's been forty plus years. They are the laughing stock of sports not only the NBA eagles, and they win the no serious guy. Eight the horse again. I'm not part of that community. I feel so I've seen the suffering, and I'm going to be there when it finally happens. So one thing about tonight that got deep yet. No, that's okay. One of those therapy session. One of those one of the things that I like about tonight is and I've told you this. But I don't know how many times I've told the audience if you were going to make a list of where my favorite places to go on the road, Dr. And I have no explanation other than this Madison Square. Garden will always be in the top three if not number one because of the energy in that building even though in my entire career with the Lakers ten years as the sideline reporter eight years. Now is the play by play guy. The Knicks have stunk the whole time they've stumped. Bello led the oldest team in the history of the league to fifty four wins. But the never did I feel like this team's going to the finals. And yet there is an energy about Lakers. Knicks that is fun Koby felt it. I did the Jeremy Lin game was one of my first games to play by play when he went off against the Lakers. So trust me the league tonight is watching this game. And there's they're hoping they're saying man, I hope these two teams get their act together. Mix of the most losses John in the league since the year two thousand we're coming up on nineteen years now. So it's complete dumpster fire from the top down, we all know this and they've had a lot of bad breaks and a lot of bad decisions. But you're right. There is an energy at the world's most famous because you right in the center, and it's like even when the Lakers were down these last four years, which I know for Lakers fans feels like forty but trust me as someone who's going through forty. It's not right. There was an energy on a Friday night at Staples Center when Yanna showed up there's an energy win. They're on national TV. There's a who's who there's a vibe. And that's some the NBA the ultimate entertainment product. I heard Steve Stoute a great media executive CENA podcasts day, the NBA's the new MTV the NBA as a new cultural. James harden last night was the most. Talks about person in pop culture more. So than any movie star last night on social media. They are the rock stars of the day. So to see your favorite rockstar perform right in front of you is always going to be an attraction is always going to be especially in a city like Los Angeles. All right. So I'm we talked about last night about that unbelievable game where the rockets came back and beat the warriors. There was a game before that. In quite Leonard in the raptors went into San Antonio and Kawai who basically took them to a championship in two thousand fourteen he was a finals MVP he had Tim Duncan and Tony Parker and those guys, but he was the best player on that team. And he got the crap booed out of him of all my friends, you've been lines like to heckle, you you wouldn't hesitate to boo. I know that I'm gonna I notice these seats are a little too far for the guys to hear me. No, no, no, not true. You're ten rows behind the visitors been together be loud. Yeah. For you. It's a piece of cake, but what's the point in booing somebody? I I never understood wind shack came back after the Lakers traded him. And he had led us to four finals in three titles that that us collectively as Laker fans. Booed shack. I don't get it. We'll get into that coming up. Ben lines.

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"steve stoute" Discussed on Be Honest with Cari Champion

Be Honest with Cari Champion

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"steve stoute" Discussed on Be Honest with Cari Champion

"Now it's they just tell you. We did a commercial last year with LeBron with them and then that commercial not only were there no shoes. You couldn't even see anyone's feet. I'm not even kidding. You couldn't even see feet and we're selling sneakers. So I realized I was always in the storytelling and and the storytelling, but is about getting someone to emotionally move with you and beat down with you and fill it in a very authentic way. And that's how I ended up in this business and how I ended up that. That's what I was always in love with. And that's the part of Nike. I love and other brands I'm using Nike because I worked there, but other brands do a fantastic job of that to you? Just nothing more a great story can change lives course, he moves you. So I appreciate you saying that, especially for what we're doing here. So telling a story you are working on a series of projects and what you just told me as I'm trying to summarize that you never got into the storytelling business, but you realize it was the most effective where you could really see the change in mentioning all the projects that you're working on. You LeBron Steve stout, you all are working on something that premiers tonight on HBO. Oh, it's called student athlete. Tell me about that story why you all involved in that project? So that project was a project brought to me actually by a friend of mine, long term for the mine those in the advertising music business, Steve Stoute. But it's, I mean a lot of the media that feels like it's above the NCAA, but it's actually about five human beings for who were student off in one who was a coach, came up in big time college sports, football, football, and basketball, and it's actually done its co directed by two females to women. Oscar, Oscar woman named Charlene and Trish who are Ostrom winning documentarian who actually don't give about sports and actually, Charlene is from Pakistan. Didn't even know what the NCAA was, but what she cares about in the stories that she told is about humans. And when she started to learn and unpack what was going on with NCA, she realized that there was a human story here. So our dog follows five human beings doesn't go into the NCAA doesn't we don't interview people from this. We literally follow these five humans who are going through the system ones being recruited, one's a coach, one just graduated ones about the graduate ones in the middle of it and follow their lives and see what is happening as they go through this. And it's just a fantastic story of five humans. But it's also the reason I wanted to do it is because a great story that's very emotional. It's very true. It's very authentic. But also I hope it's. Sparks a real conversation not about necessarily NCAA, but about the human beings who go through that system. I was a college athlete myself who goes through that system and what they have to endure what they see. And of course, there is no quick solution to it because the system wasn't built overnight. So as not, you're not going to snap a finger and fix it. But hopefully this starts a conversation to get real people moving towards the solution and HBO loved the idea and put it up. So what do you say a solution is there's no quick fix, but you start this conversation. What do you hope that the Ingold will be if you start the conversation? I hope the end go becomes that the human beings in the system get treated fairly. That's the all of the human beings has right now. Only a portion of them get treated, fairly right. The coaches get paid sponsors, pay a lot of money. The media companies pay a lot of money. The athletic directors get paid a lot of money, but the athletes. Going through. It are the ones that are the last ones that aren't getting treated fairly within the system. And there's nothing wrong with college sports. I love college. Sports is just there are human beings that when you know when I turn on the TV and watch how state on a Saturday, those are human beings out there playing. I'm watching on a network that paid a lot of money to broadcast it. They're wearing uniforms spikes from a company like Nike that paid a lot of money for them to wear that, so they should be treated fairly in that system. I read that you had a response to those there. The other argument is. Yeah..

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"steve stoute" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"steve stoute" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"When I went to go to, I went to a premier is called student athlete that will come on HBO documentary. You had Steve Stoute in a maverick Carter who basically produced a film as so once we got into the environment to the film was we got into the environment and began to socialize at the beginning of it. There was a lot of executives from, you know, every network HBO vice Showtime, everybody who can be anybody that was in New York who'd new, Steve stouter maverick. They came out to support so we socialize in and before a new, the who these people were. We were holding open conversations as so as we were holding open conversations. I didn't realize how doubt in I was coming from Ohio. Mentally, physically just felt health. You know, talking to people talking about confident and smooth confidence, smooth weighing in, and after we got done talking Gajdusek, hey, I'm the president vice, you know, and and I was pretty big deal when I was like, all right. I don't give like in the back of my mind disrespectful way, but talk to 'em way. Yeah, we we've established but I felt comfortable to have established intellect mentally. I've had a good opinion on what we were talking about. Fun laughing. I got a personnel. Ain't gonna let the dynamic be this this. No, and I can sit in his face that he got it. So the conversation went from there to mental health because he has a child who has developmental disabilities as so he's talking about mental health and doing programming around mental health is so on so forth. And so I was walking through the theater maverick amac came in Steve Stoute. I remember point I got an seen these fourteen fifteen years. He was like, man, I remember when you. A national championship. It was me you and Jay z out in Vegas, and we came to the blackjack table and I'm like, whoa, is really remember this. You know, normal stuff with think that a lot of these guys have so many experiences in two thousand and three. Of course, this is two thousand eighteen fifteen years as so in my head. I was like, wow, recent. Like, have you been fooling yourself? You know, sense of people. They still enjoy it. Still see you become who you're supposed to become right. And so us said, have been in my way. So then we go downstairs after the the cocktail party, and we go to watch the film and other watching a film is going on. You can see the introductions of people and you know, you shake hands and there's people happy to see me and I said them like a humble myself down and is not to boost myself up, but it's a say, light, you know, be who you're supposed to be, not feel uncomfortable yourself a little credit. Give yourself some credit, right? So we will watching the film and this is the cool part fan. Okay. Then all walks in. Is a Bravo setting fifty or sixty people, and he walks in. We watched a film. I thought it was real cool as we're watching it. You have Steve Stoute right here. You have maverick. You have gnaws and I can see the dynamics of room as films being watched east owls, tapping, it must showed her and we're comment on the film and at that point like nozzle, okay, must be cool of east tapping Mona shoulder and talking about the film. I get up and go from there. I go to the state and we start speaking talking at that point. I think denied is done and math hit me up, won't you come down the street the to allow to get together that we have it. And when I get there, it's a little private setting is real cool, but you Victor Cruz and Paul Rivera and and it was it was a bunch of guys who are notable, I twenty or twenty five people, but then that the nature of the conversation intellectual dialogue in my mind, I thought it was so far behind and the point of the story is you could see people on Instagram. You could see TV. Are you can look at them, you think that your distant this is even meet us as me myself and I say, Reese my you hold on any of our. And, and you know, oftentimes you'll be in Ohio and you won't really realize it, you know saying, and if you're not around of what is considered commercially the the top of food chain full Laco better, you'll you'll put yourself out at a mental disadvantage..

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"steve stoute" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast

The Joe Budden Podcast

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"steve stoute" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast

"Michael. Why? Because Ericsson has the camera and he sees this. You you'll be around Ericsson actually be around during this shit. You know what I knew Joe's industry his little vignette that they shot. Three this weekend industry. Your little vignette keep trying. Yeah, he did his little puffing yet. He, he probably call it to Clint port. Definitely call it the Claire port. So when puff was getting mad early, live. Jerry jet. He walked up the steps to meet, but he's getting. He can't get out that status. You walked up the steps to meet of and. Joe me while he was standing level driver with the piece of paper claim. I'm here to pick you up showing you guys saying grow. I didn't know that he was getting off. Where was they going? He was getting off the. Getting gas. Picking me up. Wait, why. Alaso funny to you. Why did they. Man, what? But why they couldn't pick me up and take me from where you know if somebody is coming to pick you up in, you know, you're not gonna through to shoot, I guess, you know, when you're getting on a flight ever thought you're not, it might come get like. Yeah. Just wasn't confirmed you. Okay. Okay. I didn't know going. Okay. That wasn't really the topic I was bringing up. We just saw a picture you is Steve Stoute I think somewhere on installed for sure. Oh, that's nasty. How did they don't count down everybody. Your mall? I we are. All right. Got it. Don't worry just got didn't even out picture like I didn't know about that. Did you call him a commission? When you wrote up clapping comb commissions, you fight in you. I don't know. He was the Commissioner. Remember they would yell head on records. Mixed. Tell Tell me. me. Better? Say commission. Tell me that again that he was the commission. Not the commission. Order. Smoke calling. Smarter twenty minutes. We have to talk about a topic. I don't know what is this great Does day. it work Ono if I did that shut out to the YouTube views shutout all ladies. Hey, hey, nice segue. Let's get back. Let's get back to this shit. All right, Lear Cohen before we get any further. Y'all tell me the exact definition of a culture vulture and is Lear Cohen. One. See a culture vulture? Yes, somebody profits of a culture that they don't contribute to. He's contributed a lots of the culture. Listen, I think there's been a lot of moves in with parks on that shady, but my always thing was like, all right. When you started out as run DMC's road manager, whether what your intentions were, you've still participated in done a lot for this culture. Just for me to call and my only point we don't have to stay very long. This is an old topic and we got a lot to Dell dive into with it. I agree with parks more, you say he is a culture vulture. So just tell me why? Because I do think that he's done too much to be voter. Contributed behavior. I'm not saying that is Volker esque not any as like what? Like what. I think the three sixty listen, good. There's good business. You can still be a vulture would doing very good business ought to make that clear. There's a moral standpoint in there. I don't really. I don't relate voter ISM with. Saying I do relate, I don't relate vulture risen with business kit. I don't three sixty is great business because you got to do with the label. Of course, no. For the artist to you, say that I don't know why you say that..

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"steve stoute" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"steve stoute" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Light is can be shocking yeah so only see yourself in good like is an obviously this goes without saying but like if anyone here listening to his podcast has struggled with thoughts like that obviously the toasters and the morning toast jackie and i are always here for you but also sometimes it's even more helpful to talk with someone who's professionals it professionals with experience and there's so many good like organizations that you can lean on yeah the national suicide prevention line which is a twenty four seven free and confidential resource can be found at one eight hundred two seven three talk eight which is eight five five if you are struggling and in organization that i like love to learn more about and promote on my on my social media is the trevor project it's basically similar thing it's like a suicide prevention hotline for the lgbt q plus community they're trained counselors are here to support you twenty four seven if you're young person in crisis feeling suicidal or need of a safe judgment replace you can call the trevor lifeline which is eight six six four eight seven eight six yet there are so many good good resources out there so then something like this doesn't happen and just so that you never feel alone because it's really easy to especially like even if you're someone who's like social has so many friends might not feel that anyone that you know that you can talk to about it easier to talk to a stranger whether but is true group or you know a trained professional it's just like the story like shakes me like on the plane and i read it and i was like i got like a pit yelm that's really bit worthy yeah it's really sad to happy let's move onto something happier and more scandalous and salacious because kendall jenner was spotted making kiji ambala had aids brother anwar hit he'd even though we just reported she was eating ben simmons right and they went bike riding together but tmz posted a picture of the couple smooching at socially sta during a cfda after parties thrown by steve stoute for naomi campbell okay this is like so weird this land so many i'm so much younger for a small.

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