Tonight on Bks1 Radio we have a special show for you. First we review Tank's latest release This Is How I Feel. Then following the Tank Review we bring you the Premier episode of Tatum Talks, Bks1 Radio's newest show added to the line up.
Artist Review: Tank
Tank delivers his 5th studio release with This Is How I Feel, lets see if he can continue to bring the soulful sounds that he is known. Here is an excerpt about Tank from (www.therealtank.com):
Tank is one of the most recognizable names in modern R&B, known for vivid storytelling and sensual love songs. He’s an icon in the making, with four albums and eight Grammy nominations under his belt. He’s also a singer who carries the torch of masters like Marvin Gaye and Al Green, while redefining R&B for a new decade. For singer/songwriter/producer Tank—about to release his Atlantic Records debut Now or Never, his first album in three years, and the one he describes as his most confident yet—the secret is simple. He remains true to who he is, as a man and an artist.
“My music is the real me,” says Tank. “I’ll either live by that or I’ll die by that in this business, but I’ve got to be me.” He’s famous for sexy yet relatable love songs that are at once thoroughly modern and yet steeped in the sounds of classic soul. Though fans know and love Tank for smash hits like “Maybe I Deserve” and “Please Don’t Go,” they may be surprised to learn that he is also behind such chart-toppers as Rubben Studdard’s “Change Me” and Omarion’s “O.” What’s more, Tank served as an associate member of the hit-making production team, The Underdogs, with further credits including the smash soundtrack to the 2006 musical film adaptation of Dreamgirls (in which he also made a cameo). Since releasing his previous album Sex, Love, & Pain in 2007, Tank took a moment to step out of the spotlight, but not necessarily out of the studio. He formed the Los Angeles-based production company Song Dynasty, and began shaping the sound of modern R&B with songs for a diverse roster of artists including Keyshia Cole, Jennifer Hudson, Jamie Foxx, Chris Brown, and Keri Hilson. Though he has enjoyed crafting hits for these artists, Tank is ready to step into the spotlight yet again, and returns with an incredibly personal collection. “I put a lot of my personal business into my music because people relate to it. I sing based upon the things that I’ve been through. I don’t just sing about the pain, I sing about getting through it. Whether I’m singing about sex, relationships, or the occasional party, the songs are still about classic R&B themes.”
World Premier: "The Tatum Talks" -The Great Debate: Do Momma's Get Too Much Credit?
Do both society and the media market motherhood to be the end all, be all? Whether it's the uproar behind celebrating Mother's Day, to countless songs paying tribute after tribute to the family matriarch...are we going too far? Are you fed up with hearing about the drama-ridden plight of single mothers and the sacrifices they make, all the while only being force fed nothing but negative perspectives about our single fathers? Who has the most crucial influence to their child?
Tonight, we introduce to you a preview of BKS1Radio's newest show, "The Tatum Talks", where we'll be offering you the most controversial topics debated against the clock. Join us as both sides of the coin discuss just how strong a mother's role is to the family unit, and whether we downplay the contributions fathers make due to stereotype. It's Mommy versus Daddy, tonight on the 1st "The Tatum Talks".
Special Guest: Comedian G.L. Douglas
Comedian GL Douglas joins us tonight to talk about her current event Laugh it up 2 and more.
Everyone knows how difficult it can be to raise a child on their own, and no one understands that fact more than single mothers around the world. The challenges women face raising children is that much harder when those children are of the opposite sex. Why? Well, for one the jealousy between which child is the favorite, the manipulation of one child to the other, and rules of exception for one child or the other. Some would debate especially children who have a sibling of the opposite sex that boys are treated differently than girls. You'll often hear children bickering and arguing their parents treat each child differently than the other, and sometimes parents don't realize they do it because they feel they love them equally. Yet, there is a difference between the two that should be taken into consideration considering it's hard to keep up with more than one child, and keep discipline intact.
Often times the rope is let loose on one child in order to keep a closer eye on the one that needs it most, and usually parents feel its the girls. All the while giving the boys the chance to get into mischief of all kinds, and sometimes suffocating their daughters lead to a future of unexpected behavior. Tonight we will discuss how a mother’s choice to love their sons and raise their daughters effects their growth or relationship between each other. If a mothers choice of discipline pushes away their children or keeps them in line. The challenges single mothers face providing for their children, while playing the father/mother role in hopes of keeping their household in order, and more. Its Going Down and You Don’t Want To Miss It! Call in at (646)-233-1302 and tell us your story or Join Us in the Chat Room and share your thoughts! The Ladies of OWWHH are bringing it to you LIVE ONLY ON BKS1RADIO!