Should sex be a breaking point in a good relationship?
Would you stay with a partner if the sex was bad? In a society where so much emphasis is put on sex instead of love and intimacy, could you stay with someone who fulfilled all of your needs but could not satisfy you physically? Would you be able to remain faithful with your partner if that area of your relationship wasn't up to par? Should sex be a priority in relationships? Or, is that a breaking point? Join us on the OWWHH show Friday night at 11:00 pm est.
Special Guest: Sadie E. Sharp
“Millennial Renaissance Woman” Relationship Coach • Author • Radio Personality • Entrepreneur • Speaker • Director
As the founder and CEO of Sharp & Sharp Relationship Coaching (2006), Sadie Sharp is the very definition of a renaissance woman for the new millennium. An in-demand speaker, panelist, and workshop facilitator; she has also authored two books: Every Woman Needs A Daddy, a tome for today’s adult population, and My Good Mistakes, an insightful children’s work. As a certified relationship coach, Sadie has helped hundreds address and refine their approach to challenges such as effectiveness, self-esteem, performance, spiritual development, health, and interpersonal dynamics. She created Dance Your Way To New Beginnings, a fitness therapy to provide an uplifting perspective through the medium of physical movement. This focused woman also hosted her own internet radio talk show called Real-Relevant-Raw in which she engaged listeners in heartfelt authentic dialog and dispensed some of the most incisive and spot-on advice that radio has encountered. And Sadie has even written and directed a short film, The Ugly Truth About Your Husband’s Mistress, which featured her self-aligned motto, “Anything outside of LOVE is just an illusion”.
A humanitarian businesswoman, Sadie is a member of the board of directors of the non-profit organization, True Women of Beauty (WOB), where she indulges her passion for helping others by giving back. She lives to love, receive love, and to teach others how to love…
Special Guest: Shane: The Man With The Golden Voice
Jamal Shane Alicea is a black and puerto-rican native of Newark, NJ born on October 2nd. His favorite singers while growing up in Irvington, NJ were Whitney Houston, Luther Vandross, El Debarge and Babyface. According to Shane, the first time he heard Whitney Houston's voice he fell in love and knew that he wanted to be a singer. He affectionately refers to Whitney Houston and Luther Vandross as his "parental vocal coaches" in his head whenever he practices his vocal training. He accredits modeling his smooth crooning abilities after both celebrities.
Without any personal training, he trained his own voice and taught himself how to sing and do acrobatic vocal dynamics at the age of 12 by making the "baa-ing" sounds of sheep. He would spend hours baa-ing fast and slow in different octaves until mastering his vocal control while singing. At the age of 14, he started humming tunes, writing songs and recording them thus creating a song database containing over 300 songs and lyrics to date. Creating songs that are uplifting with that catchy "Pop appeal" is his specialty but he can write to all genres of music. When it comes to the creative writing techniques that make his songs so catchy and melodic, he revealed that when he listens to a song the beat in that song talks to him in terms of creating a melody. He uses that and draws inspiration from either his own experiences, someone else's experiences or he may make up his own scenario based on the vibe of the music. For example, If the beat sounds angry then his formula may be to write with aggression. If the beat sounds light and airy he would approach the song with a smooth "feel good" mindset.
Shane is no newcomer to the music industry either. He was a member of a successful but short-lived group, S.O.U.L. S.Y.S.T.E.M, created by Clivilles & Cole of the C&C Music Factory. The groups' remake of the Bill Withers standard "It's Gonna Be a Lovely Day" appeared on the multi-grammy award winning Bodyguard soundtrack starring Whitney Houston (his favorite singer), the largest grossing soundtrack of all time and became a dance hit, topping the Billboard Dance Charts in 1992 with a dance remix of the song. After appearing on television and music video shows such as; Good Morning America, MTV's "The Grind", London's "Top of the Pops" and a successful international tour the group parted ways in 1993 and was retired from Arista records. Subsequently he stepped away from the music industry due to feeling discouraged nevertheless, he still performed in local talent showcases and weddings as well as collaborated in the studio with various producers sporadically.
On June 30, 2010, he won 1st place in the Industry's Alternative Showcase and received a 2-song ringtone deal for his songs "One More Time" and "Let Me Be Your Light" at the Key Club in Newark NJ. You can go to www.thumbplay.com and search for "Shane Music" to download his ringtones today.
On March 8, 2011, he was announced on WBLS 107.5FM as America's Next Rising Star! He was the winner of the Choice Hotels Rising Star Music Challenge in conjunction with The Steve Harvey Morning Show on WBLS 107.5. The prize was a Home-Recording studio! This was a national songwriting contest to find America's next hit inspirational song. The 2-minute video that was selected is "My Angel". It is a song that was inspired by two people in Shane's life which are his mother and his belated best friend, Christian. "I wrote this song with my mother in mind as she has always been my support system. My best friend passed away from HIV, his was the 1st experience ending in death from the disease that hit me really hard. In addition, I think that the overall message within the song is universal and can appeal to everyone." he admits on his video submission. Thank you Choice Hotels & Steve Harvey!
Shane The Golden Voice is also an artist signed under DeeJayRan Entertainment which was founded by his brother, a well-known disc jockey who goes by the name of DJ Ran. He's also worked with and has collaborations with various DJ's and Rap artists such as Thrilla, Scribe 4 Christ, DJ Beloved, DJ G Brazil, DJ Gosh Fire, DJ Vjuan Allure, E-Snaps and O-Nitty just to name a few.
Today, Shane is currently recording Dance/Soulful House music for upcoming releases in 2014 and is also selling music on ITunes of his last R&B self- titled independent CD "Shane The Golden Voice". He brings a unique mixture of Pop, R&B, Soulful House and Hip-Hop music with an undeniable talent for songwriting to the music industry.
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Jeff was a first team consensus All-American from the University of Richmond in 1978. He is 7th in NCAA history with 23 career interceptions. Jeff played for the Buffalo Bills, 1979-1984 at the Free Safety position. He led the team with 6 interceptions in his Rookie Year. Jeff holds the Bills record for 4 takeaways in a single game - 3 interceptions and a fumble recovery.
He tied Bills record with four consecutive games with an interception. After 5 knee surgeries Jeff retired from pro football in 1985. He worked for 13 years (1988-2000) as the Youth Bureau Director for Buffalo and Erie County. He has worked for the past 11 years as the Youth Employment Director for Buffalo. Plays guitar and was voted best R&B guitar player by Buffalo Nightlife Magazine in 2006, 2007 and 2008.