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The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) spoke with actor, filmmaker Nadhege Ptah (@Nadhege). Nadhege discussed the film she wrote “Dodo Titi” on the relationship dynamic between people and pets, classism, Culturalism, why the title of the film is based on a Haitian lullaby, the historical Nanny structure, how the film came from a true life experience, showing multi-dimensional stories through film, supporting independent film from the ground up and more. Give your ears some entertainment. Then log on to: http://www.thermalsoundwaves.com for what's to come in the future. Tweet: @thermalsoundwav
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The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) had a conversation with author/motivational speaker Jannie Pilgrim (@TheDealfm). Jannie spoke about the inspiration for her children’s books in particular the Prince Garrett series, why it’s important for children to understand their wealth, the events she does with kids in conjunction to the books, being a trained HR consultant, coaching business professionals from top business schools like Wharton, the surprising response from people of all backgrounds to her books, turning the books into a TV series or Broadway play and more. Give your ears some entertainment. Then log on to: http://www.thermalsoundwaves.com for what's to come in the future. Tweet: @thermalsoundwav
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The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) spoke to one of the members of the group Total, Pamela Long (@pamelalong1). Pam talked about working with rapper Foxy Brown, her new solo project, her relationship with the rest of Total, her new fitness venture, funny memories of Notorious BIG, what she learned from being on the road internationally, her favorite cheat foods, how she kept her figure since she started in the business, could Diddy beat her in a push up contest and more. Give your ears some entertainment. Then log on to: http://www.thermalsoundwaves.com for what's to come in the future. Tweet: @thermalsoundwav
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The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) welcomed back to the program actor Stephen Hill (@StephenHillActs) fresh off his historic role in the series ending Boardwalk Empire. Steve broke down working with veteran Jeffrey Wright, going to high school with a member of the R&B group City High, his lead role in Christmas Wedding Baby, shooting a film in Jacksonville, whether he feels he’s been typecast, what makes a good script, foreign actors getting all the roles, his beef with George Lucas, why he’s amped about the new Star Wars, what he would do differently in his career, new project NYC muggings, views on actors speaking out on community issues, getting to work with sports legends (Bo Jackson, Joe Montana, Doug Flutie, Herschel Walker) in a commercial and more. Give your ears some entertainment. Then log on to: http://www.thermalsoundwaves.com for what's to come in the future. Tweet: @thermalsoundwav
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The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) got a surprise call from songwriter Shana Tucker (@shanatucker) after hearing her song with Foreign Exchange. Shana discussed her views on the Ferguson verdict and aftermath, art and it’s importance to make change for freedom, the power in music and visual arts, the Bill Cosby rape allegations and more. Give your ears some entertainment. Then log on to: http://www.thermalsoundwaves.com for what's to come in the future. Tweet: @thermalsoundwav
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The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) had a pleasant chat with Jamla’s songbird Heather Victoria (@HV_sings). Heather took some time out to discuss: her North Carolina roots, the singing gene that comes from her mom who sang in a group, what’s missing from today’s R&B, being a voice/inspiration for young black women, what makes the Jamla camp different from others, meeting professor 9th Wonder at NC Central, working on a Master’s degree, being a business counselor for human resource/work place environment issues, what were the factors to 9th wonder taking notice to the point of recording her, influences coming up and more. Give your ears some entertainment. Then log on to: http://www.thermalsoundwaves.com for what's to come in the future. Tweet: @thermalsoundwav
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The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) were treated to an eye opening conversation with music business veteran Doug Young. Doug started in the industry back in 1984 and was not shy in speaking his mind on: Dr Dre leaving Ruthless Records and the dominos that fell after that, hanging with Ultramagnetic MC's and Hank Shocklee in NY, hanging out at Nell’s nightclub at the height of the model era with Tyra Banks/Kimora Lee/ Veronica Webb in attendance, what’s the key to any music of substance, working with Easy E at Ruthless before he passed, being an advisor for the Universal Hip Hop Museum, being one of the 1st writers for the Source magazine when it was a pamphlet, becoming a publicist/record promoter with no experience, how he got the Deep Cover record to pop off and what cities supported it, starting rap depts at Priority/Capital/MCA Records, why we call him Mr.Retainer, how he came up with the term "street team", making NWA's first album a success with no major airplay, and much much more. Give your ears some entertainment. Then log on to: http://www.thermalsoundwaves.com for what's to come in the future. Tweet: @thermalsoundwav
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The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) continued their conversation with music business veteran Doug Young. In Part 2 Doug talks having a deal set up for Diddy after he lost one with MCA but getting beat out by Arista, what really went on behind closed doors at Death Row records, how he saved Cypress Hill’s first album that the record company didn’t know how to push, his involvement in the new Hollywood NWA movie “Straight Outta Compton,” why making record request on commercial radio stations are a joke, what the Universal Hip Hop Museum will address in the music business, what truly caused the East/West coast beef that was not media created, what artists had the green light to get robbed in LA, the details of the infamous night in which Dee Barnes was brutally assaulted by Dr.Dre, why Cypress Hill didn’t release anything on Interscope that had them first, do records need the internet today, why he didn’t testify against Dr Dre in the Dee Barnes case and much more. Give your ears some entertainment. Then log on to: http://www.thermalsoundwaves.com for what's to come in the future. Tweet: @thermalsoundwav
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Supa Jeani Jeani Jeani flexes her superhero powers with the Radio Boys (C.Truth & Kev Lawrence). We go all around the world with this one discovering along the way: Why Jean was on stage with an apron grilling chicken, how germans do the 2 step, history that was taken for granted, how rolling with the machine was a wash out, why she doesn't perform for 92 crack prices, what its like coming from the lineage of 2 great jazz artist, how to quench a love thirst. We also get to: the radio boys nutritional diet, why Jean won't be on a motorcycle with a bikini, breaching contracts, and having white soccer moms at her concerts. You don't wanna miss all of that or the live call we got from Jean's biggest fan from Montreal, Canada. This is one of those classics folks. Give your ears some entertainment. Then log on to: www.thermalsoundwaves.com for what's to come in the future. Cheers!
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The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) connected with a very important woman to know in the music industry, Wendy Day. Wendy Day is the founder of the non-profit company Rap Coalition. The company pulls artist out of bad deals and educates people on what's fair and acceptable. Her company has set up business deals for Master P, Twista, and Eminem to name a few. Wendy has run the company for 19 years and had good perspective on: why you should not seek a record deal in today's industry, using the term "demo" and working for Fedex is a way to eliminate yourself before you even get started, how she is able to break artist out of their contracts with major labels, why it is easier to find an investor than a record deal, the important advice that Tupac Shakur gave her after becoming the first board member, the continued support received from David Banner & Tech N9ne, what her Powermoves company does for properly funded artist, and she exposes Cash Money whom she set up an initial $30 million deal for but had to sue for payment. She won her lawsuit and also confirmed what we've all been learning recently that "they don't pay their artist." Wendy will be back on the show soon with more useful info that can help many with the business of music. Give your ears some edutainment. Then log on to: www.thermalsoundwaves.com for what's to come in the future. Peace!
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