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DJ Spotlight - DJ AmRo @amaniexperience
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July 25, 2017 12:00 AM PDT
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Welcome to another edition of PoPolitickin. In this episode, we politick with DJ AmRo.

DJ AmRo currently lives in Los Angeles, California and has residencies on various nights in Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Venice, Hermosa Beach and Culver City. DJ AmRo mixes classic Old School, Hip Hop, House, and Latin classics with all of the latest top-40 hits and ensures that the crowd is moving at all times. The Jazz upbringing has proven invaluable as the historical knowledge allows him to find the right vibe for any party.

A few of Amani’s favorite artists include Stevie Wonder, Eric B & Rakim, Meshell Ndegeocello, Michael Jackson, Justin Timberlake, Prince, Mariah Carey and Teena.

Follow DJ Amro on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/amaniexperience/

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Artist Spotlight - Zone4Nut @Zone4NutBBM
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July 22, 2017 09:39 AM PDT
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Welcome to another edition of PoPolitickin. In this episode, we politick with Atlanta, GA rapper Zone4Nut.

Zone4Nut is strongly pursuing his music career, he has worked with Artist such as Young Dro, Yung Joc, Young Ralph, Wingo from Jagged Edge, Shawty Lo, Bando Jonez, and many more.

Zone4Nut goals are to become an established artist and be able to scout and mold talent, bring awareness to his label and build his brand, become one of the best rappers that comes from Campbellton Road, and leave great legacy for his kids and family.

Follow Zone4Nut on Instagram @Zone4NutBBM
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Just 2 Black Brothers - Episode 4
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July 18, 2017 09:12 PM PDT
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Welcome to another episode 4 of Just 2 Black Brothers. In this show, Period and Po discusses Michael Vick's comments toward Colin Kaepernick, Crack Houses vs. Cocaine Apartment, Jay-Z 4:44 album, and more.

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Artist Spotlight - Trap House @iamthetrap
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July 17, 2017 12:00 AM PDT
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Welcome to another edition of PoPolitickin. In this episode with Phoenix, Arizona rapper Trap House.

Trap House discusses his community work such as the “Keep the Guns Away” initiative that was designed to bring awareness to the growing violence in local neighborhoods, working with 17-year-old Isaiah Acosta, and more.

Follow Trap House on social media @iamthetrap
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Artist Spotlight - Willie Hyn @WillieHyNbaby
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July 10, 2017 12:00 AM PDT
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Welcome to another exciting edition of PoPolitickin. In this episode, we politick with Decatur, Georgia singer, songwriter Willie Hyn.

Heavily influenced by alternative, rock, jungle, funk and hip hop, his sound is distinctive, authentic and inspiring. Some of his influences include Prince, Andre 3000, Jimi Hendrix, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, James Brown and DeAngelo. He has performed for the likes of Janet Jackson, Angie Stone, Usher and even been heavily praised by Prince!

Willie manages to balance his eclectic range of musical influences perfectly through his prodigious music. His music is directed to each and any person who can relate, this is why it is evident he is destined to become a household name, legendary and a movement all his own.

Check out more of Willie @ http://williehyn.com/

Artist Spotlight - Nizzie @MatchboxNizzie ‏
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July 07, 2017 12:00 AM PDT
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Welcome to another edition of PoPolitickin. In this episode, we politick with emerging rap artist Nizzie.

Chavon Vanias was born and raised in the music industry. Today he’s known as the hip-hop artist, Nizzie. He is a lyricist that expresses his love for music and his unique perspective on life through thought provoking words and imagery. He calls his lyrical style, “Club Conscious” because he delivers club head bangers with a message you might not even notice is there as you’re rocking out to one of his songs.

A native of Columbia, South Carolina, Nizzie spent his early years down South before moving to Brooklyn, NY to live with his father, Tony Vanias. Tony worked in the A&R departments of Motown Records and Island/Def Jam, where Nizzie met and was inspired by music pioneers such as Stevie Wonder, Sean “Puffy” Combs, and Jay Z. Entertainment was in Nizzie’s blood. Initially exploring his acting talents with several roles in local productions, however, music was his passion and has been his daily grind since he was nine years old. Those many late nights in the recording studio with his father nurtured a burning desire for Nizzie to put his own pen to paper to write and develop his skills as a lyricist with something to say.

Check out more of Nizzie at http://itsyaboynizzie.com/

Author Spotlight - Isaac "Ike-Moe" Williams @Ikemoe3
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July 06, 2017 12:00 AM PDT
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Welcome to another edition of PoPolitickin. In this episode, we politick with author Isaac "Ike-Moe" Williams. Ike Moe latest book is entitled "From The Courts To The Streetz".

The true life story of a Dallas native once considered one of the city’s best basketball players in the late 1980’s. He attended Spruce High School from 1986 to 1989. He only played 3 years of high school and 3 years of college. He was the first ball player in the history of the Dr. Pepper Tournament in 1989 to lose the championship game and still be named MVP. He was named All-State and Honorable Mention All-American in the 1989. He went on to play college ball at the University of New Mexico, where he led the Lobos to their first Western Athletic Conference (WAC) and was named Tournament (MVP), and 1st team All -Conference. He later became the 24th Leading scorer in Lobo’s history in only 3 years of play. He became a free agent with the Los Angeles Lakers and was drafted 3rd round in the CBA. After leaving the CBA, he played in the United States Basketball League, and later overseas in Caracas, Venezuela. Then it all went bad. He made a drastic turn to the street life, where he fell into the bottomless pit of the underworld. Fallen. Never to get up. But he survived to tell his story. This is my story. “From The Court To The Streets.”

Check out the book on Amazon
https://www.amazon.com/Courts-Streetz-Autobiography-Ike-Moe-Williams/dp/069290168X

Artist Spotlight - Shawn Archer @iamshawnarcher
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July 04, 2017 12:00 AM PDT
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Welcome to another edition of PoPolitickin. In this episode, we politick with Philly rapper Shawn Archer.

Shawn Archer is now part of music's next empire SKE Records. Archer is a new act from Philadelphia looking to make his way into the hip-hop scene. Growing up seeing the good, the bad & the ugly, Shawn Archer looks to express everything about his life through music. As a hip-hop fan he grew up to the likes of Jay-Z, Biggie and Nas to name a few. With that legendary list alone shows that Archer is a student of the game and hopes to be in the same rankings as well.

Follow Shawn Archer on social media @iamshawnarcher

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Artist Spotlight - Trel Mack @trelmack
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July 03, 2017 12:00 AM PDT
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Welcome to another edition of PoPolitickin. In this episode, we politick with Philly rapper/entrepreneur Trel Mack.

Trel Mack has co-founded his own label SKE records as well with popular journalist/publicist Quinton Hatfield, Q The Question. The two formed their partnership back in 2006 and with the great feedback gained from the past music, things this time around are ready to move. “Me and Q, have some big things coming and we have a very huge movement in store. Brand new videos, chart-topping music and a movement with SKE records, what we going to bring will be unstoppable.”

Follow Trel Mack on social media @trelmack

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Self-Help Spotlight - Tonier Cain
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June 29, 2017 12:00 AM PDT
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Welcome to a special edition of PoPolitickin. In this episode, we politick with recovered crack addict, Tonier Cain.

During her 19-year crack addiction, Tonier Cain racked up 83 arrests and 66 convictions. She turned to prostitution to pay for drugs, lost custody of four children, and, when she wasn't locked up, she slept under a bridge. Today, 12-years after completing treatment, Cain penned an open letter to the Senate Health Committee urging them to preserve the mandate for insurers to provide mental health and substance abuse treatment and continue federal funding for Medicaid expansion.

For more information on Tonier Cain visit www.toniercain.com

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