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Santa Morena - Various - Jacob Do Bandolim (20 Anos Depois) (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Juventino mereceu que suas obras fossem publicadas. Um dos momentos que mais gostei de escrever na biografia de Jacob do Bandolim foi o maravilhoso encontro dele com seu Osmar Mace Este deu um um longo depoimento, com a ajuda de Ale Pinheiro , e contou tudo em detalhes. Se ele ganhou? Espere o livro. Ano de Seja feliz ao ouvir, grato por sua companhia. Seguimos com nossos agradecimentos todas as segundas-feiras.

Conversamos por dez minutos, com a ajuda de sua companheira. Tinha 85 anos. Uma grande tristeza quando coisas assim acontecem. Revista "Carioca". One of the key founders of the Brazilian instrumental style choro, Jacob do Bandolim began his long musical career by plucking his violin with a hairpin, and very soon developed into the greatest mandolin virtuoso Brazil has ever known. His compositions virtually defined the choro style through the thirties, forties and fifties, and he remains one of the most endearing figures in Brazilian music to this day.

Jacob hated the stereotype of the "dishevelled, drunk folk musician" and required commitment and impeccable dress from his musicians who, like himself, all held "day jobs. In addition to Jacob's virtuoso playing, he is famous for his many choro compositions, which range from the lyrical melodies of Noites Cariocas Carioca Nights and Doce de Coco, to the aggressively jazzy Assanhado, which is reminiscent of bebop.

Jacob also researched and attempted to preserve the older choro tradition, as well as that of other Brazilian music styles. Jacob died of a heart attack, when coming back from spending the day with Pixinguinha, in the midst of planning a recording project to benefit a friend. Master Release - [Help] Release Notes: optional. Submission Notes: optional. Save Cancel. Contained Releases:. RCA Victor. Sell This Version. Assanhado Album 4 versions.

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Evgeny Mravinsky - Shostakovich. Symphonies 5,6,7,8,10,11,12,15. Song Of The Forests (CD)

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By clicking "Ok" or by continuing to use our website, you agree to cookies being set on your device as explained in our Privacy Policy. The critic David Fanning said of Mravinsky's Tchaikovsky performances:.

The Leningrad Philharmonic play like a wild stallion, only just held in check by the willpower of its master. Every smallest movement is placed with fierce pride; at any moment it may break into such a frenzied gallop that you hardly know whether to feel exhilarated or terrified. In a s interview on Leningrad Television, when asked how he chose a particular interpretation of the music he conducted, Mravinsky explained that he tried to understand what the composer's intention was by immersing himself in the "atmosphere" of the music he used the term "atmospherization".

He recorded for the state classical label, Melodiya. Additionally, in the 21st century his recordings have been available under Erato Records and Profil - G Haenssle. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Association for Recorded Sound Collections. Retrieved 3 September Gramophone US Edition , May , pp. With the help of his best friend, critic Ivan Sollertinsky , who was knowledgeable about the Bible , he selected excerpts from the Ninth Psalm.

The idea of individual suffering became interwoven in Shostakovich's mind with the Lord God's vengeance for the taking of innocent blood Verse 12, New King James Version. When I think of the Psalms, I become agitated.

A public performance of a work with such a text would have been impossible before the German invasion. Now it was feasible, at least in theory, with the reference to "blood" applied at least officially to Hitler. With Stalin appealing to the Soviets' patriotic and religious sentiments, the authorities were no longer suppressing Orthodox themes or images.

Something else Shostakovich played for his composition students were the 12 variations of what later became known as the "invasion" theme. This has been taken historically, especially in the West, as portraying the invading Wehrmacht , and was listed as such in the official program. For many years this was considered irrefutable. New information now casts some doubt. For instance, musicologist Ludmila Mikheyeva who is also Ivan Sollertinsky's daughter in law maintains that Shostakovich played the theme and its variations for his students before the war with Germany began.

While the word "invasion" was used by commentators in numerous articles and reviews, Shostakovich never used it to describe the episode or theme. He tried to evade the point in his author's note for the premiere. I did not compose so-called battle music.

I wanted to convey the context of grim events. Even before the war, there probably wasn't a single family who hadn't lost someone, a father, a brother, or if not a relative, then a close friend. Everyone had someone to cry over, but you had to cry silently, under the blanket, so no one would see.

Everyone feared everyone else, and the sorrow oppressed and suffocated us. It suffocated me, too. I had to write about it, I felt it was my responsibility, my duty. I had to write a requiem for all those who died, who had suffered. I had to describe the horrible extermination machine and express protest against it.

One very important point was that when Hitler attacked Russia, he did so with his entire military might. Practically everyone who lived through it remembered the event as an instantaneous shock of tremendous power. None of this comes out in the symphony. The "invasion" theme begins very softly in the strings, pianissimo. It eventually becomes a howling monster, but only gradually. If this music portrays an invasion, it is not depicting a sudden one.

It is an incremental takeover, one which could easily seem to come from within. Neither does the theme itself sound threatening, at least at first. The Merry Widow was also Hitler's favorite operetta, which played well with Soviet propagandists writing about the symphony.

A version of this song may have already existed in Russia. Set to the words, "I'll go and see Maxim," it was reportedly sung jokingly in the Shostakovich household to the composer's son. Ian MacDonald maintains that the simplest explanation for Shostakovich using these two quotations, which could be heard interchangeably as Russian or German, is that they allow the march, "like the rest of the symphony, [to function as] two things at once: superficially an image of the Nazi invasion; more fundamentally a satirical picture of Stalinist society in the thirties.

In the opening half of the march, Shostakovich inserts a theme from his opera Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District , the work for which the composer suffered his first official denunciation in Shostakovich saves what some would call his boldest stroke with the "invasion" theme for a point near the episode's climax. With the music at tremendous volume and following a six-bar trill across most of the woodwind section, the composer modulates the march into E-flat minor.

This is a delayed revelation along the lines of Richard Strauss 's later use of the Eroica Symphony in his Metamorphosen. Tchaikovsky actually derived his "fate" theme from a passage in Glinka's opera A Life for the Tsar —significantly, a passage in the libretto using the words "turn not into sorrow. This gesture shows the march, at the peak of hysteria, as Russian rather than German. It also shows Shostakovich has controlled the march's ambiguity all along. Two weeks before he planned to complete the symphony-requiem, Shostakovich played what he had finished to date for Sollertinsky, who was being evacuated with the Leningrad Philharmonic.

While playing the music, Shostakovich realized that what he had written was not a complete work in itself but actually the beginning of something much larger, since the tensions brought up in the symphony-requiem had not been resolved. By the time he decided to evacuate, it was too late—the Germans had cut off the rail link to the city. He and his family were trapped. On 2 September, the day the Germans began bombarding the city, Shostakovich began the second movement.

Working at high intensity in between sprints to the nearest bomb shelter, he completed it within two weeks. Within hours he accepted a request to speak on Radio Leningrad to address the city. Adopting a matter-of-fact tone, he attempted to assure his fellow Leningraders that for him it was business as usual:.

An hour ago I finished the score of two movements of a large symphonic composition. If I succeed in carrying it off, if I manage to complete the third and fourth movements, then perhaps I'll be able to call it my Seventh Symphony.

Why am I telling you this? So that the radio listeners who are listening to me now will know that life in our city is proceeding normally.

That evening he played what he had written so far to a small group of Leningrad musicians. After Shostakovich finished the first movement, there was a long silence. An air-raid warning sounded.

No one moved. Everyone wanted to hear the piece again. The composer excused himself to take his family to the nearest air-raid shelter. When he returned, he repeated the first movement, which then was followed by the next movement for his guests. He completed this movement on 29 September in the city. Shostakovich and his family were then evacuated to Moscow on 1 October In terms of quality they are from the top and second top quartile of Mravinsky concert recordings.

Though frustrating hopes that the radio archives might have yielded up Mravinsky in different repertoire the compensation is that these alternative performances are often abrasively larger than life. The emotional journey of each work is presented to us at full pelt and with punches power-hammered rather than pulled.

For the rest of us what better opportunity could we ask to rub shoulders with the undiluted force of Mravinsky in the context of live concerts with one exception - the violin concerto his own orchestra. Leningrad Masters. The development section of the first movement of the 4th is a travesty - completely misunderstood. Because the city was still blockaded at the time, the score was flown Evgeny Mravinsky - Shostakovich. Symphonies 5,6,7,8,10,11,12,15. Song Of The Forests (CD) night in early July for rehearsal. Tchaikovsky: Concerto No. Russian Season. Petersburg, Russia. With Stalin appealing to the Soviets' patriotic and religious sentiments, the authorities were no longer suppressing Orthodox themes or images. Shopbop Designer, Marche, Fashion e stile. Minsk - Kazalpin* - East Side Story (CD), Untitled, Comic Strip - Brigitte Bardot - Chansons Années 60 (Vinyl), Stop Feeling Sorry For Yourself - Adam Faith - Stop Feeling Sorry For Yourself (Vinyl) Sitemap

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That is the reason Hip Hop is about to be attacked in a fight we cant win. Im sure you are all aware of this whole Don Imus situation, and it may seem like a victory.

I see you out there pumping your first talking about, Yeah, he called them girls a bunch of nappy headed hoes, fire him! He needs to be dismissed! You all got your wish. He was terminated, but do you understand that this situation just exposed our black leaders Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton and made them both look like total hypocrites?

The Christian Defense Coalition is already criticizing Al and Jesse, asking them why they are not protesting outside of record labels and radio stations who release and broadcast the same, if not worse, words than the ones Don Imus is under fire for. Snoop Dogg tried to justify his lyrics and explain why its okay for him to call women bitches and hoes, but Don Imus cant, and ended up making himself look like not only a hypocrite but a jackass too.

Hes the only rapper who really shouldnt have anything to say on this matter because he has consistently degraded black women and called them much worse names than nappy headed hoes. Ladies and gentlemen, this situation is bigger than Don Imus.

In fact, its not about him at all. Its about us. If you think that what Don Imus said about the Rutgers ladies basketball team is racist and hateful, every time you call your homeboy nigga or a woman youre dealing with your bitch or a hoe, you are practicing self-hate! Lets be clear on this: Im not supporting Don Imus. I believe in equality. If were going to attack Don Imus, to avoid looking like hypocrites, we have to attack ourselves.

Hip Hop is about to be held accountable for all the negative images weve put out for the past decade. Theres going to be a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to insensitivity towards race and gender.

I agree with it totally because I am personally striving to stop using the word nigga and referring to my women as bitches and whores. I encourage all rappers who are profiting off the degradation of our culture to clean up their acts, because the powers that be have already started to flip this around on us. When the shoe is placed on the other foot I would love to see what our people come up with to defend the negative images Hip Hop has put out.

The powers that be are going to make an example out of someone. They probably said, Listen, Don, were going to have to let you go and let them win this battle so we can win the war. They have a reason to attack us on all levels now, and there isnt a thing we can do to defend ourselves. What are you going to say? Snoops a reformed gang member who coaches youth football? Yeah, but he is also facing four years on gun and drug charges!

This whole Don Imus situation has us looking like one big contradiction. It makes us seem like were the racists because ewe never go after our own, only after others who say and do to us just as we do to ourselves. Hip Hop is under fire, and when they start asking record labels and corporations to drop certain artists for the same reasons we asked MSNBC and CBS to fire Don Imus, how are we going to say theyre not justified in their actions? The Bible says, You reap what you sow.

All I can do is pray for repentance, change my ways, and hope the consequences of my actions arent too much for me and Hip Hop to bear. Hip Hop, I want to have your back on this one, but I cant. The book was so good, I read it through in one sitting. It was written by Daymond John and Daniel Paisner, and was written as if Daymond was sitting right there with me in my living room talking to me.

There were so many outstanding lessons in his book for anyone in any industry looking to build a successful business. The buzz on this group of guys from Queens, New York was incredible. Everyone was wearing FUBU, all over the country. Daymond John started FUBU out of his house in Queens by making hats that he saw in a rap video but was unable to find in any store. He wasnt able to find a certain type of hat that he saw in a De La Soul video, so he began making them himself.

This led from making hats for himself and his friends, to making them and selling them outside malls, concerts, stores, and anyplace he could hustle them. Eventually, he began making clothing and asking artists to wear them so others would want to own the same clothes. It worked. His passion for fashion started as a way for him to make enough money to go on the road with artists and hang out, but soon turned into a profitable career.

Daymond and his partners learned as they went along. While not the best way to start a business or build an empire, their tenacity and dedication led them down a path to building one of the hottest clothing lines that existed in Hip Hop culture.

The many lessons Daymond learned, he shares openly in his book. He discusses his humble beginnings and his life lessons learned: such as the importance of family, and of the hassles and headaches usually associated with making easy money.

He learned early on that scams and drug deals werent as financially impressive as they appeared to be because the risk that came with them was a high price to pay for the return. He learned the importance of dedication and commitment to doing anything right that was worth doingin fact, he felt that anything worth doing, was worth overdoing.

Daymond learned the importance of passion and how that drives you even when things are difficult. There are many lessons in this book worth learning and applying to our own everyday situations, but my personal favorite is what Daymond terms The Geography of Cool. Timing runs all businesses and trends. What is cool in New York or most big cities one day, eventually filters out around the rest of the country slowly.

It spreads from area to area as the word of mouth spreads. So, for example, something hits New York City and a couple of months later itll filter out across the rest of the country. Or maybe itll pop out in L. And by the time it hits the heartland, theres something new to replace it, already making noise in the big city. It takes word-of-mouth, buzz, and the slow burn marketing tools promoters have been using for centuries.

Daymond points out how if you are there when this stuff shows up on the radar in various places, theres money to be made if you are the first one there to sell it to them. The book points out how the buzz was created at FUBU. Without really realizing it, we did what we could to help it along. We didnt think of it as marketing, or branding, or advertising, didnt even think of it as a strategy, but we kept pushing the line in every way available to us.

We wore our clothes ourselves, out at the clubs and at concerts, so we became our own walking billboards. Rather than raise prices, the company chose to put one less shrimp on each plate when someone ordered the Shrimp Scampi.

No one noticed, yet it saved the restaurant chain millions of dollars each year. The lesson, to a lowly waiter hoping to become something more than a lowly waiter, was that little things mean a lot. They add up. It was his first lesson in keeping the share holders happy, yet not pissing off the customer with a price increase. The lesson that Daymond shares that impacted him enough to use as the title of his book, was display of power. He noticed two antique Chevy sports coupes side by side, stopped at a light.

One of the cars was being driven by a little old lady, just as polite as could be. The light turned green and you could see her ease back gently on the gas, but she was blocking traffic. And this other car was being driven by this young guy in his mid-twenties and he was just cutting it up.

Fish-tailing, burning out, basically drag racing to each stoplight. My philosophical cab driver turned and said, Look at that. Same two cars, but this one here, hes gonna get a display of power ticket, pointing at the car being driven by the young guy.

The cabbie explained that this little old lady didnt have the slightest idea of the power she was sitting on, but this young kid was all full of adrenaline and ready to go. Same car, same engine, and this ones just a beast. Daymond recalls how it hit him then and there that two different people, all outward appearances they might look the same, but inside they just have no idea what theyre capable of.

Inside they have the same ability to turn it on and fire it up, but its how we turn it on and fire it up that makes all the difference. Daymond goes on to explain how the world is full of talented people who are technically proficient but lack the drive or the instincts or the contacts to make a meaningful impact. He discussed FUBUs competition and how they couldnt get the right artists to wear their clothes, or get their clothes into the clubs.

They were unable to connect the power of music with the power of persuasion, the power to remind people of times, places, smells, colors, styles, and the fact that music packs such an emotional charge that if you find a way to connect it to the consumer market youll be so far ahead of your competitors they couldnt even find you with a map. Outstanding branding advice, from the king of Hip Hop gear. The last lesson that Daymond shared in this book that I will mention here, are his staffing philosophies, and his ability to hire and fire as necessary.

Regarding staffing, Daymond believes in hiring the best people for each job. He also believes in learning every aspect of the company and each job in the company.

A lot of managers and executives are held hostage by their employees because they dont know their own business. Theyve never worked the line. At FUBU, we knew the drill from the ground up, because wed done it all.

Me and my boys, we worked the mail room. We cut fabric. We designed new lines. We came up with the marketing plan. Even as the big money started to roll in, we did it alland we still do it all, he reminds us. Display Of Power is a fascinating and well written insight into the world of FUBU, but is also applicable to all of us who run businesses.

While it was interesting to see where Daymond John came from and where hes going, it was more interesting to have him share how others can succeed in business by showing what worked for him when building his empire and one of the hottest clothing brands of the Nineties. A few times a month however, Alesyah will hop on a plane and head to Atlanta, then hop on a pole and ravish the strip club crowd as Prada, her alter ego.

I picked the name Prada because I thought it was expensive and sexy. And thats me, expensive and sexy, she says. They want sexual acts from me, and the men do too, but the women are even more upfront with it. One thing Prada is upfront with is that she prefers men.

She even details her ideal date, for all those men who can only dream of being with her. I like a romantic man to take me out on a dinner date. I want it to be nice with candlelights. We dont even have to go out; he could cook for me in the house. It just has to be real sexy.

Well be wearing something real nice and comfortable and then after we eat, well get in the nice lil Jacuzzi, the roses scattered all around and the R. Kelly playing in the background, and then hell seduce me. Maybe even perform for me, thats what turns me on.

I like that, she divulges. Though Prada is the center of attention at the strip club and in your dreams, her real fantasies are centered around her career. Prada isnt just an average beautician; shes a licensed cosmetologist who plans on going into business for herself soon. I went to school for cosmetology and business management, she proudly states. Im gonna open up my own salon soon. Dancing is fun for me right now, but thats not long term.

For now, you can catch her at Strokers Club strokersclub. But unlike most strippers, Prada is not really in it for the moneyshe just likes dancing naked. Yes, the monetary influence is appreciated, but even more fulfilling for her is the thought of people enjoying her mesmerizing measurements.

But at the same time, I enjoy dancing. I love the feeling of being on the stage, performing and knowing that the people in the audience are enjoying my presence.

Thats my favorite part; I just like the fact that they like me. And yes, they like her, possibly too much, even. Her customers are far from satisfied with just watching Prada perform nude. They always ask for more, particularly her female clients. I have a lot of customers who want more than what Im trying to give them, she says. JoC: Yeah, P. Diddy, I got it. JoC: Im already done with my album.

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It was one of the spots where they have rodeos and shit. A week before that, we were supposed to be in Fayetteville performing at a frat party, but Project Pat performed instead of us. That shit went on with no problems, but when it came to our show, they had roadblocks set up and shit.

This was only a week later, twelve miles from where the fraternity house was. The police had roadblocks set up everywhere and they were checking drivers licenses, trying to deter people from coming.

Our people went over there to do soundcheck and the police were just following them all through the city, just ridiculous shit. The number of police they had was just ridiculous. I know you need extra security and extra police for rap shows, but shit, they were actually deterring people from coming to the place. The show got cancelled and we really just got on a plane the next morning and left.

That was basically it. What happened was hella unnecessary, but were used to that shit because we live in Memphis. Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi, Kentucky, theyre all kind of one and the same in those small towns and how the white folks are.

We only had one thing happen similar to that before. We were in Tupelo, Mississippi and they did the same shit. We were [performing at] a civic center or something. We did perform in Tupelo, but they had the police following us. They had a bunch of roadblocks set up. Every second car that pulled out of the lot was being followed and pulled over.

They were checking people for drunk driving and suspended licenses and warrants on the night of the concert. They know theyre deterring people [from coming to the show] with that shit. I think its just the way these small towns are. These are places that are assbackwards with the way the world is going. They dont give a fuck what the world thinks about black people and Hip Hop music. Those muthafuckers are thinking, I aint gon have this shit in my town.

They have that mentality where they dont want that kind of shit in their town. Its a lot of that. Those two events I mentioned were the only things that ever happened like that recently, but Memphis is one of those types of places too. Its a lot of. At the end of the day, they dont understand that its just music. But still, any real hustler knows that its bread in those little towns, so were just gonna take those chances. I dont think nothing will ever deter us from coming to any one of those small towns to perform.

Thats just the way it is. I grew up in Memphis and Im kinda used to racist and prejudiced white people. I kinda just look the other way with them.

As long as they aint touching me physically, Im cool. Every concert is a potential hazard, not just with rap. When you have a lot of people in one place, every event like that is a risk. I know they [have extra police] because they think somethings gon happen at every rap concert, but thats just not the case. Some people come out to actually enjoy themselves and see their favorite group do their favorite song. But, nothings going to deter us. Were about to perform in Ohio right now.

The album Ridin High is doing real good, and its in stores right now. His solo album will be dropping too, probably sometime in October. Life is good. The Fayetteville incident is really miniscule compared to the other things going on in our lives. Its tiny. Its like a hair on my nutsack.

From the corner to the corner office, we are faced on a daily basis with a destructive reputation. Its frustrating to those of us that carry ourselves and our heritage with dignity to be thought of in such a vilified manner that is a result of the asinine actions of a few.

But BET isnt the place to direct these frustrations. Many black people feel that the execs behind BET are nothing more than sellouts, smut peddlers who carry a part of the blame for some of the ills of the black community. The heat coming towards BET is that as a network thats supposed to be the voice of black people, it only shows images depicting black men as thugs and black women as hoes. People claim that there is very little programming focused on the positive efforts of blacks around the world.

But heres the kicker: BET is a business! Its not a non-profit or a grassroots organization committed to bettering the overall image of black people. Its purpose is to bolster the stock value, even if by doing so, it plays into a few stereotypes. I made the decision when I dropped out of school when I met the executive producer for my project, Scott Storch. I told him I really wanted to do this Hip Hop thing. It was a real wild ride. A lot of people turned on me and a lot of weird shit started happening, but my music got in the hands of Cash Money.

They just happened to move into the same building with me when Hurricane Katrina happened. They got wind of my music, I did a song with Lil Wayne and the rest is history. They cosigned on the project. What other producers are you working with other than Scott Stortch? We got Steve Morales, Swizz Beatz and a lot of local Miami producers and dirty South producers that are on the come up right now. What was the grind like when you got to Miami in search of that ever-elusive rap career?

I started working the Hip Hop scene in the streets. What kind of prejudice have you run into along the way? Originally when my project was supposed to come out there were a lot of features associated with it. So I stripped a lot of the features that were on the album and felt like a lot more of me needed to come out on this album.

I sat in the studio and thought about what they said and my rhymes just became more vicious because of it and it made me who I was.

I got some down South producers and came up with some crazy tracks and I think they come out on my album Crazee and Confuzed real well. Talk about the title of the album and what it means to you. Crazee and Confuzed. My story is real unique. I was born real privileged.

But Hip. Hop has gone far beyond the streets. It came to me real strange, but it came to me and I love it. My passion is to create music and a byproduct of that is to create film.

Some serious people cosigned on it and I had some things to say because my life was changing. I felt the album needed to come out because a personal story from a Hip Hop artist is really rare right now. That said, what makes you Crazee and Confuzed? My life was completely different than the way it is now. It was school oriented. It was around people who were really wealthy. Not a lot of them appreciated what they were about and somewhere along the line I fell in love with Hip Hop.

For real. I love that dude. He got a lot of heart. He got a lot of respect. A lot of people took advantage of us at first and it took a lot of time for that project to materialize to where it is today.

A lot of people were about the quick buck. Eventually it was like an avalanche. The boulder rolls down the hill and more people jump on it. With several mixtapes out already and an album on the horizon, have you found yourself as an artist? I can flip any style. So I intend to change that. We all intend to change that. Real recognizes real so people just fuck with me because they got a lot of love for me.

I know a lot of these artists and a lot of these people in the business, and we started together. We came up together so we bumped heads throughout our missions. I was born in New Orleans.

I got love for everybody. I am from Miami. I appreciate all the love. That record was real big for me, and it was big for Miami. I made the first, biggest. Uncle Al was a legendary DJ out here, and an artist.

He was a legend in the hood. He started out on underground radio, the same way I started out. He was just that dude out here that people loved. He brought people together and supported everybody, and he was a personal friend of mine. He always showed me love. He was about peace in the hood. Uncle Al is going to live on forever, throughout my career and the whole Miami, feel me? Underground radio has always been huge in Miami, but the FCC comes through and shuts them down sometimes.

Underground radio can never leave Miami. Do you see satellite radio becoming much more of a factor in the music game in the next few years? Satellite radio is real good because you hear different types of music and different personalities. But at the end of the day, every city has to have its own. Obviously being on 99 Jamz has helped you become huge in Miami.

Is the purpose of this album to reach beyond Miami and get love in other cities? The purpose of the album is just to deal with greatness and unity, collaborating with artists and making music.

The city comes behind them too. You have great relationships with a lot of artists that helped you put together this project.

I think that with me, people love my passion. They love me as a person and they just vibe with me. The bigger an artist got, the bigger I got. Just like with your magazine. Where does your passion come from and what drives you to do what you do? My drive, number one, is because I love it. Music can never end. Every day is a challenge, and that just motivates me like crazy.

Did you feel like people doubted you with your first album, and that motivated you to push harder? Now they wanna see me. That was my motivation; to show that I could do it. It shows you my executive skills, besides just being an artist and a producer and a DJ on the side.

It shows other skills in me. I tried different things, and now look at me. Oh, absolutely. How did your actual record sales come out on the last album? Two hundred thousand something plus. I appreciate all the support, because. Do you care to comment on that? Yeah, whoever was writing it, basically, no disrespect, but they must not know the greatness of music.

That first album was a classic. The whole album, every song was good. I hit you back to back with so many classic joints. And the people endorsed it, obviously, by my sales and the love and everything. Obviously it was a great album. But whatever it was, you know, the writer needs to smoke a blunt. What should we expect from this upcoming album We The Best? Is it similar to the first one?

Bigger records, more collaborations. Are you on speed or something? Do you have an exercise routine? How do you keep yourself moving, all the time? I live so great. Everybody wants to live the good life, so I pray every day for my people over there. I think Flo-Rida and Brisco are gonna be really big coming out of Miami. The list goes on and on. Gil Green, who shot the video, came up with the idea. I told him I wanted my.

Those are my favorite videos, so we put parts of them all together. That video right there has got to go in the history books. Tell that writer that wrote my last review to watch that video.

Yeah, you were driving fast backwards. Were you really driving backwards or did they film you driving and reverse it? I was driving backwards for real. Those Bentleys got great handling. I hope we both sell millions of records.

My goal is to stay relevant. Drama is a great friend of mine. I wish the best for him and I know he wishes the best for me. Do you think that type of attitude, as far as unity, is the reason why the South has seen so much success? And how do you think we can maintain that? I hear a lot of people saying that the South is becoming like New York, with everyone hating on each other. I represent unity and love. They hate so much and end up getting out of tune. Everybody has their own sound and their own swagger in different cities.

You can go to Atlanta and hear a new sound, go to Miami and hear a new sound, go to New York and hear a new sound. But do I think people are more connected? Yeah, I do. Biggie made records with Bone Thugs N Harmony. Bun B represents unity at its finest. Jadakiss raps with different people. Diddy always puts Southern rappers on his records. A lot of people are starting to rock with each other. So the next project for you is to start a record label?

This is a five-blunt album. Trust me. You talk about the block a lot on your album. Is there a particular reason why you went that route as opposed to browbeating the listener with your hoop exploits? What do you want people to get from this album? I just want to prove to the world that people can do more than one thing. I really want to be that athlete that entertains another realm of life to bring forth the rap.

I wanna set the blueprint for how to do this. Do you buy into that? I think they go hand in hand. You get a lot of these cats that rap, but their first love was sports. Hip Hop has been around. So you have cats that come up, either you wanna be highly educated and be a doctor or a lawyer or you wanna be a football or a basketball player, especially from a standpoint of an inner city youth. And I think over the last few years Hip Hop has become another avenue to follow.

The name of your album is Undrafted and you were undrafted as a player. Is there a parallel where the music and sports meet? Coming out of college I left my junior year and I knew there was a very slim to none chance that I would get drafted.

I knew that education was something that I could always go back and get. Me being undrafted really pushed me a lot. I knew I had to get it somehow. So you basically were an artist while you were in school. I used to freestyle with the homeboys in the cipher. I was a group called the Talented Tenth from Chicago and I used to go down there with the blue light and get in the ciphers with them. I started writing a little bit and got to liking it more and really found a niche for it and a love for it.

Being from Carbondale and going to Chicago to play basketball you obviously had to be a star player to survive in the city. What was it like for you being the talent that you were and then having to blend with your peers at SIU on a day to day basis?

I think they really saw my determination. They accepted me into what they were doing. I think a lot of people respected that. At that point were you thinking more rap or more NBA? Which one was it? And at what point did you decide to go one way over the other? I was thinking both ways because I knew I had a chance to make it in basketball, but rap was a chance for everybody around me to make it.

Hip Hop is something where you can treat a lot of people. How believable is your album? His rhymes are simple, his story is simple, his songs are simple — hell, even his name is simple. Everything about Mike Jones is common, and that is exactly why he has succeeded.

Most people burdened by such a blatant lack of distinction would be cursed with a life of mediocrity, but like a superhero with no inherent special powers remember the movie Blankman? Mike Joooooones! Mike Jones defied all odds; he proved his critics wrong and reserved a place in the rap record books. Sure, he plays the dumb blonde role, but secretly he is a marketing mastermind, responsible for perhaps the most effective advertising campaign and business strategy in the history of the rap game.

Instead of trying to be someone he is not, or taking on a false image, Mike Jones embraced his commonality and exploited his weaknesses. In doing so he was able to parlay his everyday, completely ordinary experiences into The American Dream.

Now, he is living anything but the simple life. But the question remains: Is Mike Jones a perennial platinum plaque act, or just a rap gimmick who got rich off of his 15 minutes? A lot of people call you a gimmick rapper. What are your thoughts on that? The people who say that - show me where they stay, show me how they live. If you watch the movie, it shows you how I came from nothing to something, it shows you how. The American Dream to me is being able to finally do what I want and be able to help others with my dream, so they could live their dream.

What do you think? So we all fell back to let somebody else shine. We fell back and other people started doing their thing, you know, hyphy started blowing up. You kinda disappeared completely for a while; do you feel that being away for so long diminished some of your shine or killed your buzz?

When you get too much of anything people get tired of it. So you gotta be strategic. Like Usher, for instance. When you dropped Who is Mike Jones you had damn near the whole world yelling your name. Oh, most definitely. Even the number, I still give it out. I called the number just to see if it works and it never rings. Did you get it disconnected? I did the impossible. What made you want to do the movie along with the CD? I think the important people respect me. My little brother can do that.

Whenever I throw an event the whole city shows up. People hate on you for a lot of different reasons, and they say all kinds of negative things about you and your music, but is there anything that is said about you that particularly bothers you?

Nothing bothers me no more. Fuck what everybody else thinks. I heard somewhere that your label Ice Age is under Swishahouse now, is that true? No sir. Ice Age is under Ice Age, most definitely. Me and Swisha decided to do our own thing and go our own way, but I still show the love and respect for them to still let them put their logo on the CD cover. What do you see for the future of Ice Age? Tell me about your relationship with Michael Watts.

Is it true that you refuse to go on stage with him? I seen Watts like two days ago. Is Chamillionaire featured on The American Dream? Is there anything else you feel you need to prove to either your fans, critics, or more importantly to yourself? Okay, last question. Hell no. But my new album is in stores July 10th. And nu hether you fe , Crime Mob has definitely her. Diamond: Nu oup. If I got to go to work then I got to go to work.

That second album often decides whether the artist will become a mainstay in the music industry or a contestant on a VH1 reality show. It is for this reason that many artists dread the sophomore slump for fear that they may not have enough creative juice to put on wax.

An artist creating that all-important second album can be under a lot of pressure. Pressure from the record label. Pressure from the fans. Pressure that the artist puts on himself. How is having a child affecting your music? It in-. What separates this album from your last album? Man, on the last album we made about 14 or 15 tracks and that was it, but for this album we made about forty songs.

We just took it serious and recorded as much as we could. Me, T. Farris, Mr. We just tried to come up with every concept we could come up with that would parallel the concept of getting money and still staying true to who you are. Staying loyal to your fans, staying loyal to the team, and staying true to the music. We just stuck with every concept that we could think of that coincided with that theme and we made about forty songs.

It was off the chain and a hell of an experience. With Get Money Stay True it was just a better experience. Are we ever going to hear those songs that were not released? Shit, who knows, we might release them on some soundtracks. I wish we could have put the Nas song on there because he killed it.

It started to get monotonous. I was doing the same thing over and over, and just a job. It was always work to me, but I was losing love for what I was doing.

Just being around him in the studio while I was working on my album made it fun. Just seeing Keke have fun in the studio every day reminded me of why I fell in love with Hip Hop in the first place.

Do you feel those other dealings take you away from the music and add to that lack of love you were feeling for Hip Hop? But at the same time, [those business ventures] give me something to take my mind off of the music. After a while, if you only focus on the your album, a lot of the songs start to sound alike. If I take a step back and start working on something else, I might have some of the same concepts and topics, but the sound will be a little different.

The three of you visited African diamond mines. How did that experience affect your growth? In terms of the diamonds it made me want to make a difference and just help out. Before I never felt I could help and that I was too small to make a difference. I can help out by just doing what I do in the way that I promote and get other people involved.

We started a charity organization called the Bombai Bling Foundation. On the documentary we visited an orphanage of children that had been affected by war and [the orphanage] was about to be evicted, but we helped save them from that. We also give out scholarships here in this country, but it feels good to help out people on the other side of the world.

Artists like yourself are criticized for everything from wearing diamonds to your lyrics and how they affect the youth. A lot of times the negativity from outside of Hip Hop overpowers all of the positive things that are happening. There are a lot of artists out there doing a lot of good. Andre has a cartoon show that my little boy watches all the time. Just seeing these artists and musicians in Hip Hop branch into different things and creating positive avenues for others to follow is a beautiful thing.

We released a mixtape with DJ Skee on our myspace page which is available for free download. So many times, major record labels come in and try to control the music. You have to have a video that appeals to a large group of people. You have to have a song that has crossover potential.

You have to sell to this market or that market. I just want to make songs. Expensive Taste just gives us the opportunity to make music without all of the rules and restrictions. We just go into the booth and have fun. Is that a problem that comes up often when trying to put out a project? The record label politics is a muthafucker. What was it like working with her on the album? She would come to the studio every day - me, her, and the baby - so it was like a family affair.

We would be in there just collaborating with the whole Swishahouse team. Farris kept motivating her to get back in it and sing. Every time she and Keke would collaborate they would come up with some monster jams. I love seeing her do her thing. Farris because he always picks the smash hits.

Whatever T. I think we definitely have a responsibility in the music that we make and our actions. We have a responsibility as role models and leaders in the community but at the same time I respect freedom of speech. We just need to be more respectful and more responsible with our freedom. Farris and Michael Watts. As a manager or owner of a record label you kind of have to babysit the artists.

You have the career of an artist in your hands. Plus, a lot of times, the artists get the caught up in the diva lifestyle and start acting spoiled. They start being a superstar and it takes away from the reason the artist got in this game in the first place. They start to lose their grind. For this album T. Farris was constantly reminding me of the time when we were broke so that I could maintain my grind.

How do you feel about the state of Houston Hip Hop? There are so many artists here, and the screwed and chopped style is being accepted everywhere. Ciara has a screwed and chopped chorus. Just seeing different things like that shows me how much the music has been accepted. My boy PKT has some stuff going on. Artist like Devin the Dude and K-Rino, to name a few. You want to speak on that? Yeah, definitely. I saw him at the Grammys and I was so excited about him winning.

It was pretty cool seeing that. We just have to get a record company that believes in the project and will put out some good music. How did you link up with Fall Out Boy for your upcoming tour? I wanted to do something different. Fall Out Boy was on a couple of the shows and I realized I shared a lot of things with the group. I figured the tour would be a nice change of pace for me.

The fans are going to see a good show. Who knows, man. Travis is doing all the production with me and Skinhead Rob on vocals. We come from three different walks of life and put it all together in the studio. Why not on Swishahouse? Definitely on Swishahouse but also with Atlantic, Sony, Universal, Interscope, or whatever record label wants to get down. Hopefully that will happen in the near future because you two are good collaborators.

Speaking of people you work well with, you spoke earlier about Lil Keke helping you on your album. I know he just signed his deal with Universal Records. He has definitely come a long way. Who knows? Born in Brooklyn, she later relocated to Bluefield, West Virginia. First place in school and local talent shows came too easy and proved not to be enough of a challenge, so she decided to head back to her native Big Apple to see how far her musical talents could take her.

She also owns her own production company, 5th House Entertainment. To say Cocoa Chanelle is breaking down barriers in the music biz is an understatement. Swizz Beatz even lent a hand on her latest mixtape. The music industry sometimes breeds an environment that tolerates and in some cases encourages sexism.

Those involved with the creative process behind music fall victim to this more than others. Make no mistake, Chanelle is no charity case, or recipient of gender affirmative action. With years of musical creativity left, the sky is the limit for Ms. How did you get into the music game?

CC: I started DJing. My brother got me into it and I loved it. I DJed in school competitions and talent shows. Julia Beverly, publisher and editor-in-chief of Ozone. Found 43 Free Pimp C Ringtones. Download MP3 Ringtones for free to your mobile phone or tablet. Why not share and showcase your mp3 ringtone downloads with Mobiles24? Click here to upload your ringtones to Mobiles24 or make ringtones from your own music with our MP3 Ringtone Maker. Page 1 of 43 free MP3. Off the newest Slim Thug album..

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The 17 tracks, the first of original Pimp C material in over four years, feature appearances from Nas, T. The Pimp Is. Free shipping. Geto Boys T-shirt, hip hop, rap, G Mane, ugk,.

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And though. Free Pimp C. Pimp C was released from jail Friday, December 30 after serving about half of an eight-year sentence. Pimp C and Bun B were one of the many artists to make the word "Trill" a popular.

For a few years now, there has been some rising tension between Butler and Pimp C's oldest son, Chad Jr. Stream and download new Drake song called "Faithful" mp3 Feat. Stream below. Play Download. Bun B. Trill O. The album pays homage to hip-hop's past with songs featuring previously unheard verses by the late Pimp C and 2Pac, as well as tipping the proverbial hat to the future with.

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At the moment I'm still using my PC and the Motorola software for that. Thought I'd ask here since it's a popular phone and there's bound to be some. Anyone know of any freeware software that I can use to edit the contacts on my Razr V3 phone from my PC? I know I can. Left Soft Key. Perform function in lower left display. Voice Key. Set Photo as. Picture ID. The main tabs on the above mentioned software is : Motorola Flash.

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