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  • 00:07

    McDonald's Ice Cream Machine

    in Entertainment

    Does the McDonald's ice cream work? The dialer will find out for you!

  • 02:33

    Hamps Selections from His Collection of Music - Vol LXXXXI

    in Culture

    “Hamp’s Selections from his Collection of Soul-Jazz Music, Vol LXXXXI or 91. The Theme, it’s been a long minute since we have been together. I am still offering you an enjoyable Saturday Morning. Cuts I’m playing today for your pleasure are Kirk Whalum, Stevie Wonder, Donny Hathaway, Doc Powell, The Isley Brothers, Wilton Felder, 3rd Force among others.  We are still celebrating the publication of “The Episodic Thoughts of Hamp, Volume 2.” … a commentary collection of articles about race, politics, black folks growing up in America, family, love, and friendship. Click onto https://outskirtspress.com/HampsEpisodicThoughtsVol2   Hamp’s Corner of America Blog Talk Radio Show is sponsored by our parent company, CHIIA Group at About HCofA – Hamp's Corner of America. “My third book honored my grandmother, entitled, Gracie Hall-Hampton, the Arkansas Years, 1917-1953 is found at Amazon. com’s Author Page. The link is www.amazon.com/author/codishampton2 Again, check out our music played, always a toe-tapping, head bobbing reminiscing experience.”
     

  • 00:15

    What Are Education Policies For Parents?

    in Education

    [S.2, E.5] 30:00 - What  Are Education Policies For Parents?
    Melissa Lowry is an Education Coach and an expert on education topics, policies, and educators' approaches to raising amazing kids. The host, Camille Emblem, will have a Q & A ( Question & Answer) for our audience about Education policies and more.
    Please visit our magnificent guest below:
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/melissalowryedu/
     

  • 00:04

    reasons 2 rejoice

    in Christianity

    Welcome Wednesday today is the day that the Lord has made so let's rejoice and be glad in it
    On REFLECT...praisepartypodcast with homegirl tasha nyce we come to praise the Lord; it is written; let everything that has breath praise the Lord (Psalm 150:6)
    Let's REFLECT on God and how good He is to us and let's thank & praise Him
    God is a mighty good God and He gives us so many reasons 2 rejoice; today we are rejoicing & praising God because it is written; The fear of the Lord leads to life, and he who has it will abide in satisfaction; he will not be visited with evil, (Proverbs 19:23) 
    Since God says it we believe it....Amen!!!
    To our brothers & sisters in Christ we pray you remain in the Lord all of your days And to those who are not our brothers or sisters in Christ we pray that you become a son or daughter of God today
    Today you can receive grace & forgiveness from the Lord
    To discuss this further shoot us an email or you can meet with a man or woman of God who will serve you well
    Thanks for listening to REFLECT...praisepartypodcast with tasha nyce
    Let's always Reflect & Rejoice

  • 00:28

    Ridin Durty Radio feat.. Kdot Wick

    in Music

    Kdot Wick or as some know as K-Dot-Em is an Artist coming out of Southside Queens, New York. He officially established his presence into music with his first video “Kill Em With Success” in 2020 which did a few thousands of views on youtube at just age 16. He goes by the motto “R$B” or Ready Since Birth which he adapted through fellow artist that he works with. NkoPwrz, B.M.E MEL, and producer Yo Mrtn. He always had a passion for music and of course does listen to a select few new generational artist but grew up gravitating to listen to legendary and inspirational rappers such as rap group Mobb Deep, Biggie Smalls, Jay Z, and more. Props to his Mom and Dad. Old school rap has influenced his ability to flow differently than other artist new aged artist. He’s received recognition for his versatility and immediately being able to find HIS OWN flow on beats he records on. When asked why he started making music he said “I wanted to break barriers and really try to reach people with creativity. Every individual is faced with a challenge and most may not know that we face the same every day problems because we fail to connect. Music is bigger than just talking sh*t in my opinion. It’s about getting that message across and along with producing something to listen to giving something the audience can relate to”.

  • 00:28

    Ketta KUTE

    in Personal Journals

    ketta kute

  • 00:01

    WOrking Girls

    in Lifestyle

    WOrking Girls