Self-Help meets Hip Hop
Artist Spotlight - EDI Mean of the Outlawz (2010) | @TheRealEDIDON
September 23, 2017 09:18 PM PDT
Turbo City Radio & The Po Politickin' Show present an exclusive interview with Outlawz member, E.D.I. Mean. We cover many topics including the recent controversy with Funk Master Flex, 2Pac's influence on the music game, and advice for upcoming artists in regards to record deals. After the interview is a special mini-mix featuring songs from 2Pac & Tha Outlawz. Enjoy.Artist Spotlight - Project Pat (2011) | @ProjectPatHcp
September 23, 2017 08:13 PM PDT
Turbo City Radio & The Po Politickin' Show present an exclusive interview with Memphis Gangsta Rap legend, Project Pat. Po chops it up with The Patsta about his start in music, the current state of Gangsta Rap, how sometimes it's hard to shake prison mentality, and much moreArtist Spotlight - Teedra Moses (2010) | @TeedraMoses
September 23, 2017 07:23 PM PDT
Turbo City and Po Politckin' are proud to present an exclusive interview with the hugely underrated R&B songstress, Teedra Moses. Po chops it up with Teedra about her musical roots, how she approaches making her music, and being regarded as the underground queen of R&B. Teedra holds nothing back and gives us good insight on the workings of the music business. Enjoy the show.Artist Spotlight - Freddie Gibbs (2011) | @FreddieGibbs
September 23, 2017 03:53 PM PDT
Turbo City Radio and The Po Politickin' Show present an exclusive interview with one of XXL's freshmen class, Freddie Gibbs. Gangsta Gibbs takes time out to chop it up with Po about his start in music, how he feels about the current climate in Hip-Hop today, and more. After the interview, enjoy a short mini-mix of some of Freddie Gibbs tightest tracks.Artist Spotlight - Carmen Hayes (2011) | @theycallmethemixeddollyparton
September 23, 2017 03:01 PM PDT
Turbo City Radio & The Po Politckin' Show present an exclusive interview with Adult Film star, Carmen Hayes. Po chops it up with Carmen about the inner workings of the business, how she got started, and a lot more. Enjoy the show.Artist Spotlight - Sara Jay (2011) | @SaraJayXXX
September 23, 2017 02:50 PM PDT
Turbo City Radio & Po Politickin' present an exclusive interview with Adult Film Star Sara Jay. Po chops it up with Sara about the industry, how she got involved in the business, her views on interracial porn, and more. If you're a fan of hers you might find out some things about her you didn't know. Be sure to hit her up and let her know you heard her on our show. Enjoy.Artist Spotlight - Endz | @endzlgc
September 21, 2017 12:00 AM PDT
Welcome to another edition of PoPolitickin. In this episode, we politick with Southern California hip hop artist Endz.
Beyond better judgement, Orange, CA is the unlikely home for on-the-rise emcee, Endz (Alan Navarro). Endz’ versatility and storytelling abilities recreate moments of life that enamor the audiences through harmonious melodies and gripping lyrics. His armory of styles has substantially grown throughout the years.
Endz started writing lyrics in his adolescent years while living with his single mother, sleeping on the couch. His artistry continued to flourish as his free-styling abilities grew. In 2012. Endz founded Locally Grown Collective, home of LGCLTV (Publishing), LocGrwn (LifeStyle), 4th N Co (Production), and Stickies (Creative Application Agency). Orange County received the collective effort of Locally Grown led by Endz with enthusiasm.
Since day one, Endz has been hands on with his path, conquering every opportunity presented to him. He collectively curated independent tours and showcases for leading independent artists in Southern California. While putting Orange County on the map, he has managed to take his music around several states, including out of the country. Endz is known to move the crowd from the humble stages of intimate venues to sold out crowds alongside artists to the liking of Curren$y, Talib kweli, Ab-Soul, Action Bronson, and Devin the Dude. His stage presence captivates fans as soon as he locks the mic in his hands.
Endz continues to inspire those around him with every release, from his early project Half N Half to his most recent publication, Supply N Demand. Each body of work sparks the spirit of the entrepreneur and rejoices in hustler anthems. Today, Endz continues to consciously create music that pushes the independent culture forward and upward, while asking his audience to grow with him.
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September 19, 2017 12:00 AM PDT
Welcome to another edition of PoPolitickin. In this episode, we politick with Seattle-based hip-hop artist, performer, and producer Nick Weaver.
Nick started in his early teen years, making mixtapes in the northwest while being raised on everything from Tchaikovsky to The Cure. As he grows and evolves as an artist, his interest in all types of music continues to guide his vision. When asked about his influences, Weaver cites long time favorite acts such as LCD Soundsystem, Hot Chip, Helios, and Mogwai, as well as hip-hop legends like Nas, Royce Da 5'9", Mobb Deep, and Eminem. Seeing the word "genre" as just a self-imposed boundary, Weaver treats each project as a way to further evolve his own art, one inspiration at a time.
Learn about Nick Weaver on his website http://www.thenickweaver.com/Author Spotlight - Young Rick | @rwyoungrick
September 16, 2017 08:18 AM PDT
Welcome to another edition of PoPolitickin. In this episode, we politick with former pimp turned author Young Rick.
Young Rick has been featured in countless documentaries such Cross Country Pimpin, Best of Both World, and more. Rick stops by to discuss his new book "Thoughts from Your Neighborhood N-Word: Each One Teach One”.
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Follow Young Rick on social media @rwyoungrick
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September 13, 2017 12:00 AM PDT
Welcome to another edition of PoPolitickin. In this episode, we politick with recording artist and songwriter Ms. Proper.
Ms Proper began writing at the age of eight under the influence of her poetic mother. After years of transforming her craft and exploring the recording process it wasn't until 2005 that she began to take her career as a musician more seriously. With her heart into music, she created So Proper Entertainment and employed a roster of other talented artists in the Virginia area to whom she executive produced albums for. However, her love for music broadened once listeners requested that she release her own compilation of songs for them to enjoy, which birthed her debut mixtape, Addicted To The Game.
In 2007, Ms Proper was selected to perform in her first show at the Byrd Theatre in Richmond, Virginia. It was at that time that she knew how much she truly loved being an artist herself. Since then Ms Proper has released three projects, numerous singles, performed in many venues along the East Coast and South, and also landed a performance on one of BET's most memorable shows, 106 & Park.
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Po Politickin is a conscious brand that aligns itself with helping artists, philanthropy and offers exposure through our strong online presence. Hip Hop and Self-Help rolled into one. Politickin with musicians since 2008.
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Founded in 2008, by Chris “Po” Porter, Po Politickin is a “hip hop meets psychology brand,” designed to give talented artists more exposure. Po Politickin accomplishes this through a global presence, which includes an online radio show, blog, and an online mixtape series. Focused on helping artists, no profits, authors, and others reach the masses, it’s a home for everything worth being discussed. “Po Politickin is deeper than music”, says Porter. “We view Po Politickin as a hip hop motivational brand. Our goals is for Po Politickin to help further the hip hop culture and educate our radio show’s listeners with content that is both entertaining and valuable. In every show, I attempt to leave at least one piece of knowledge that the listener could digest and use in their daily lives.” Nominated for best podcast series by The Black Weblog Awards, Po Politickin reaches listeners all over the United States, including California, Mississippi, Alabama, New Jersey, New York; their reach has also extended overseas in place like London and Netherlands. Having interviewed/featured well over a 150 guest, notable music related interviews include; MC Lyte, Dead Prez, Yo Gotti, Teedra Moses, Curren$y, Project Pat, B.G., Stat Quo, Glasses Malone, and Jody Breeze. Other non-music related notables include porn stars Sara Jay, Nina Mercedez, and Kelly Divine; and comedians Shang and Michael Coylar.
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