Sometimes men and women expect the people closest to them to take the words loyalty, friendship, respect just as seriously as they do. Sometimes we expect that men and women will have the same morals and values when it comes to "Treating Others They Way They Would Like Too". Sometimes we hold people on a pedestal and make them out to be "saints" when really they are the last person you should trust, mainly because they’re so close to you. Still don't get it confused it's ok having a best friend or to share your deepest of secrets or most sacred of memories, with your sister or close relative, but when it comes to your relationships there should always be a line drawn. Not everyone feels this way, but as I said some friends can just do no wrong.
Most often its only takes one thought for someone to cheat or fool around, but no one wants to hawk the people are most important to them. A person could drive themselves crazy, but Trust is a hard thing to come by especially when it involves matters of the heart. Most men and women in relationships say "I trust you, I just don't trust him/her"....CLASSIC phrase, and its never completely true... so Who's fault is it when a best friend cheats with the girlfriend or a sister fools around with the ex-boyfriend. Is it the cheated for not hawking or being so naive or is it the cheater for lacking any human decency whatsoever. Its funny to think of it when its someone else going through the motions, but what if it were you in such scenario's. Does the classic phrase "Bro's before hoes" come in to play after all or do you dead both for being so thoughtless and dishonest. Who is worst for sleeping with the enemy?!
You thought it was love at first sight, but as time went on and the newness wore off you started to see that the relationship was going nowhere. You spend more time disagreeing than agreeing or you fight over nonsense. No more quality time together you seem to be moving in separate directions, but for some reason you are holding on to a relationship that has no life. Why do men and women stay in relationships way past the point of knowing things are not right? Why can't we simply just move on? Tonight join the conversation as the Live in the Vocal Booth team discusses dead end love and how to get out of that dead relationship. Jump in the live chat www.bks1radio.com or call in 646-233-1302. Remember BKS1RADIO.COM where your voice matters.
Special Guest: T.J. Boyce
Some of the best performers on the planet have come from the south-giving rise to Gospel, Blues, Jazz, and R&B especially a predominant and independent talent T.J. Boyce. Representing Houston, TX; home of humidity and candy paint--Boyce is a breath of cool air. While there is a lot of love for the artists who put Houston on the map, history will consider Boyce as one of the pioneers of a new Houston R&B sound. The changing soundscape of Houston R&B begins with the identifiable craftsmanship you would expect from a multi-talented performer. Boyce is a singer, writer, and producer.
He is well-poised to compete and collaborate with today’s artists and beyond. “I want to represent a new sound, a new energy, a new spirit, a new mind-set, focused primarily on the music,” Boyce offered in a brief interview. Artists such as Otis Redding, Donnie Hathaway, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Michael Jackson, and Bob Marley helped to refine the sort of musical dexterity that suits T.J. Boyce. These influences implement home-cooked, experience-laden, music that sticks to your ribs. The type of music that touches people; it’s something you feel and experience no matter how old you are. It is sincerely anchored in the wisdom of his grandmother, who expressed with such emotion. This emotive reflection mesmerized the young Boyce and cemented the way he would later share his music with the world. “I am a musician, producer, writer, and vocalist. When I create a record, I think of the entire production as if it were a painting or puzzle. My musical sensibility relies upon being able to understand the nuances of the human spirit.”
Passionate about his music, the craftsmanship of T.J. Boyce represents a unique link that connects lyric, content, style, and emotion; real music that the fans can feel and experience. The T.J. Boyce experience is special because it comes from an honest place of expression; tailor made for the musically inclined. It chronicles stories from his life, the lessons he’s learned, and the fabric of working hard as an independent artist. A cursory listen to his music, finds T.J. Boyce in a similar realm with today’s popular artists such as R.Kelly, Trey Songz, and Chris Brown. T.J. Boyce is a consummate gentleman and a fierce competitor, equipped with producing results that separate artist from singer and performer from entertainer.
T.J. Boyce is the complete artist. He experiences the music. Boyce revealed that his music is both therapy and a craft that he enjoys perfecting every day. “There was a time I stopped doing music and I turned into a different person, I am much happier now. I’ve always wanted to be an entertainer; it is where I am most comfortable.” Boyce reveals. The musical craft of T.J. Boyce is constantly being polished as he works on being emotionally honest, more skillful with words and sounds, as well as maintaining a certain amount of diligence in the overall scope of work.
Boyce also realizes the business part of the music industry. He is one of the hardest working independent artist in Houston right now, recording and performing on a regular basis, his latest release, “No Panties”has been featured on the local station in Houston 97.9 “The Box” and is available on iTunes. “No Panties” is sexy, sleek, seductive and sure to entertain. It allows Boyce to display a vocal range that is seldom seen in today’s R&B music.
T.J. Boyce is especially thankful to his mother who is responsible for his musical curiosities. The vast variety of music she played, as he grew up, has heavily influenced the T.J. Boyce that we have come to appreciate and better understand today.
There are many women today that have put more important things before their love life such as their careers, children, and their success. Some women use these reasons as an excuse for why the right man hasn't come along, but in actuality maybe they have prioritized their lives in such a way that they've missed out on MR. RIGHT. While it's easy to blame men for women's relationship demise it's fair to say that women tend to stand in their own way when finding true love. Many women are attracted to the wrong men, and thus never find what they are looking for usually because they strive to have their cake and eat it too. In other words they want a man that will respect their independence yet play jealous and lay down laws for the relationship also known as "being a man".
They want men that are strong yet controllable, bold yet sensitive, protective yet conservative, "the cake and eat it too". Sometimes women tend to push their men away trying to construct them into their idea of a perfect man. In other cases there are older women late 40's-50's that have been married, separated, or divorced who are or have become so independent that they turn their nose up to any man that isn't their idea of MR. RIGHT as if they have men lining up around the corner. Hell, this may be true, but in all actuality men their age with similar pasts are not looking for the rowdy cougars, but the younger women to fulfill their desires. "Getting Over The Hump", is easier said than done being that it takes more than wanting the right man to keep a strong relationship. It takes women stepping out of their own way and figuring out themselves before trying to find the right man who will compliment their lifestyle instead of trying to attract men temporarily in hopes of keeping them for the long haul.
Not all women play games, but let’s be honest everyone at some point in time plays a game in hopes of "breaking the ice" or getting the others attention. For women it’s about getting a man right where they want him until they realize sooner than later just how tight that leash really was from the beginning. A sweet smile, nice eyes, or slick talk can only go so far with men and many women get wrapped up in their efforts they forget that it's about keeping a man’s mind, once you've got his attention. Sex means more to women than men especially when they realize they've been chucked the deuce. Yet some women find excuses for their inhibitions, and cry case of a broken heart when their "-gina" isn't taken as exclusively as the relationship they think they’re in or hoped for. This topic isn't to go against women, but to expose why getting over the hump to find love feels more like getting over a mole hill, pushing an SUV, without all wheel drive. It's not all their fault, but dammit there are definitely some things women could change before ganging up on men for their behavior/outlook in relationships and women. Yes! We all can bear witness or claim victim to a broken heart or a man that hurt us, and yes in most cases it is their fault for the relationships end (or do we make it that way?), but there must be women out here doing something wrong for our men to behave the way they do or choose to "run away" from commitment.
Either way looking at all aspects of the totem pole there are women standing in their own way, men who stand victim to the doings of women whether that is how some exploit themselves, or game men, women who are innocent to a broken heart, and men that don't know a good woman when they see one. Tonight on OWWHH we will discuss women's views on their career vs. love, female priorities and dating lifestyle, the difficulties with dating at a certain age, being a mother while finding love, competing with younger women, media influences and imagery on the perfect woman, women who stand in their own way, the many ways women can find true love, and more. We are keeping it real and one hundred about our fellow ladies in question and why being single isn't the problem, but finding love after years of relationships could be too little too late for some.
Special Guest: Motivational Speaker Wil Townsend
Wil Townsend is a sought after motivational speaker, coach and mentor who spreads hope, love and joy with his interactive presentations throughout the U.S.A and Canada. With his blazing quick wit and amazing stage presence, Wil delivers a high-energy message that enables women, men and youth to live up to their own personal greatness which in turn makes it possible to have healthy, loving relationships.
Wil has interviewed hundreds of men and tells it how it is from a man’s point of view. He goes into depth about men and women’s needs and desires and also points out the game, the pitfalls and the red flags that women should be on the lookout for. His powerful message implores women to take back their power and respect by taking the proper steps in setting a strong foundation; which in turn creates positive energy internally and within the relationship.
The Blueprint to the Izm is a guide, a helping hand, an information pack, a book for helping women to take back their power.
Special Guest: DominicanSoul
AR Garcia / DominicanSoul Writer / Playwright / Radio Personality / Blogger
WRITER I have written for various magazines, mens magazines and online publications.
PLAYWRIGHT I wrote a Play called "She Hates Coffee" which will premier Off Broadway early 2013 at La Tea theater in NYC. I also have another play in the works to e produced Off Broadway as well later on in the year of 2013
RADIO PERSONALITY I have an Internet radio show called "LIVE with DOMINICANSOUL" on Bottommusicradio.com each and every Thursday 8:00pm to 10:00pm. The shows is about Life, Love, Sex, and Relationships from a Males perspective.
BLOGGER I have a Blog that I created about 6 months ago. It's not an average blog where I am chiming in on current events but more so about my thoughts and feelings on life, love, sex, and relationships from my perspective. It can be found at www.thedominicansoul.com
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Once upon a time there were great funk/R&B bands like Earth Wind & Fire, The Meters, War, Kool & The Gang, Slave, and numerous others who constantly broke down musical barriers. The musicality of these units was superior – they could rock or funk out as easily as they could move the crowd with a tenor soulful ballad. The rise of electronic music gradually undermined self-contained bands but in the 90s a dynamic young new band emerged—Mint Condition, now the greatest self-contained R&B band of our time. Anointed early on by superstar producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis (formerly of the band The Time), Mint Condition does it all—delivering hard-bitten funk with a hip hop edge, rocking out with screaming lead guitar, and crooning lush, "baby-making" soul ballads.
The much sought after band, who mark their 20th Anniversary this year, has amassed a string of hits and performs hundreds of live shows each year. In the Fall of 2010 when Prince took the podium at the legendary Apollo to announce his "Welcome To America," and his plans to feature his favorite artists, it was no shock to many that Mint Condition was among them. The only band on his list that day? Mint Condition. During the month of February, TV One tapped Mint Condition as the house band seen and heard every night on the show "Way Black When," which celebrated the biggest African American stars throughout the 70s, 80s and 90s. With not one but two current hit singles on board—the sumptuous "Caught My Eye" and lead singer Stokley's duet with Kelly Price, "Not My Daddy," Mint Condition marks the 20th anniversary of its first chart hit with the release of 7 (Mint Condition’s seventh studio album) due out on Shanachie Entertainment/Caged Bird April 5, 2011.
You may love your wife/girlfriend or husband/boyfriend but maybe their kids don't love you! Maybe you have a problem with the way your step kids talk to your mate? Maybe you have a little "Baby Boy" running around in your life? How do you handle it? Maybe the child's biological parent who is not with your mate now is causing problems telling your spouse "He better not discipline my child! I'll do that!" How do and you handle that? Do step parents always get the respect of their step children? When is it ok to tell your mate about what you don't like about THEIR child? Tonight the Vocal Booth tackles this interesting topic with the help of the Chat rebels and ask for your opinion and stories on the call in line of (646)233 1302. join us tonight at 11pm on bks1radio.com LIVE IN THE VOCAL BOOTH!!! Where you at Jooooo-deeeee!!!!!!
Special Guest: Carl Carlton
Detroit native Carl Carlton got his start in the record business through baseball. When a neighbor yelled down from an apartment window to some kids playing baseball in vacant lot to stop playing ball and to turn that radio off, they yelled back "that ain't no radio, that's Carl!" The neighbor ran down to see where this astonishing soulful voice was coming from. Later, he took Carlton to Lando Records where he began recording in the late '60s as Little Carl Carlton. His first single was "I Love True Love." Carlton had some previous experience from singing in church and being snuck into clubs to perform for tips by his older siblings. When a later single, "Competition Ain't Nothing," started to take off in the summer of 1968, the single was picked up by Don Robey's Back Beat Records. Carlton signed with the label and moved to Houston where the label was located. It was a big change for the youngster to go from Detroit's notorious Black Bottom neighborhood to waking to fresh country air and the gentle mooing of Jersey cows on Robey's spacious ranch.
When he wasn't touring or flying around the country doing recording dates, he'd perform at Robey's club, the Duke Peacock, which was also the name of Robey's other label. During this time, Carlton worked with a then-struggling songwriting/production duo named Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff, producer David Crawford (Candi Staton's "Young Hearts Run Free"), and producer/writer Bunny Sigler. Carlton scored some minor chart hits for Back Beat in the late '60s and early '70s, with "46 Drums - 1 Guitar," "Oh Mary How I Got Over," "I Can Feel It," and "Drop By My Place," which broke the R&B Top 20 and the pop Top 40. When Don Robey sold his Duke Peacock/Back Beat labels to ABC Records in 1972, a compilation album of Carlton's singles was released, You Can't Stop a Man in Love. Former Temptations David Ruffin was a friend of Carlton. After listening to one of Ruffin's albums, Carlton got excited about one song, "Everlasting Love."
Carlton wasn't aware that the song was previously a Top Ten hit for Robert Knight in 1967. In spite of the song's previous success, the first Carl Carlton single on ABC was "I Wanna Be Your Main Squeeze" with a low-key version of "Everlasting Love" on the flip. After given a more disco-friendly arrangement, "Everlasting Love," produced by Nashville's Papa Don Schroder (Bobby & James Purify's "I'm Your Puppet"), garnered Carlton his first Top Ten pop hit in 1974, peaking at number six and going to number 11 R&B. An album, Everlasting Love, produced by Bob Monaco (Rufus, Three Dog Night), was released and included two other singles, "Morning Noon and Night" and a cover of Rufus' "Smokin' Room," which gave Carlton his second pop hit. 1975 saw Carlton travelling to Philadelphia to work with producer/songwritwer Bunny Sigler.
Though the album credits the backing musicians as MFSB, the core rhythm section is Instant Funk, which was a part of MFSB and scored a million-seller four years later with "I Got My Mind Made Up." The resultant album, I Wanna Be With You, is generally regarded as Carlton's best album. Carlton's vocals are much more relaxed and supple than on the Everlasting Love album. Despite good reviews in Right On magazine and the release of three singles, "Ain't Been No One Before You" (released January 1976), "Ain't Gonna Tell Nobody (About You) (charted the summer of 1976), and "Live for Today, Not for Tomorrow" (released late winter 1976), the album weakly charted. Some believe that it had to do with the royalty dispute that Carlton was involved in with ABC at the time. For a year and a half, Carlton had to wait until his contract with ABC lapsed until he could do anymore recording. He resurfaced in late 1977 with a Mercury single, "You You," a lovely lush ballad produced by the Dramatics' L.J. Reynolds along with the group's musical director John Brinson. On the flip was a funky blues number called "Something's Wrong." There were two other tracks recorded, but they were never released. With a lot of time on his hands, Carlton got into fitness. Weightlifting and jogging appealed to him and he found a workout partner in boxer Thomas "Hitman" Hearns. Carlton continued to perform around Detroit. Many people in the music business promised to work with Carlton, but the only one to come through was veteran soul singer Leon Haywood.
He flew Carlton to California and worked with him in his recording studio. Getting him a singles deal with the label that he was signed to, 20th Century, Haywood produced a cover of his own "This Feeling's Rated Xtra" with a James Ingram tune, "Fighting in ihe Name of Love" on the B-side. It charted briefly, doing well enough for 20th Century to release the next single, "She's a Bad Mama Jama." "She's a Bad Mama Jama" earned Carlton a gold record in 1981, staying at number two for eight weeks straight, kept out of the number one spot by Diana Ross and Lionel Richie's "Endless Love." An album, Carl Carlton, was released with a front cover of a shirtless Carlton showing off his chiseled physique. The album went gold also. Such success afforded Carlton the opportunity to appear on such top-rated TV shows as Solid Gold, Soul Train, and American Bandstand and to tour major venues doing some dates with Rick James. The next single was "I Think It's Gonna Be Alright," a gentle acoustic guitar-laced ballad that briefly charted. Various rappers have rapped over "She's a Bad Mama Jama" in later years. His next album was The Bad CC (RCA), which included a catchy synth-heavy cover of the Four Tops' "Baby I Need Your Loving." Produced by David Rubinson and Friends, it features one of the last performances by Sylvester sideman/synth wizard Patrick Cowley.
The single did good in the U.S. and was a Top Ten hit in Australia. "Everyone Can Be a Star" was the flip side of "...Loving." It was co-written by Carlton and Gavin Christopher and may be Carlton's most autobiographical song. 1986 saw the release of Carlton's sixth album, Private Property (Casablanca). It is safe to say that Carlton wanted and needed a hit. So one can probably excuse the title track and first single for being a "Mama Jama" clone. It did the trick, landing in the upper half of the R&B charts. The same can be said for the follow-up, "Slipped, Tripped and Fall in Love." But the album shouldn't be overlooked because of this. It's one of the last albums produced by Memphis hitmaker Allen Jones with able backing from his main band, the Barkays.
There's a sweet cover of Ben E. King's "Stand By Me." Sam Dees produces the unique "Mama's Boy," and his heart-tugging ballad "Never Got Over You" has to be one of the best things Carlton has ever recorded. Dropped from the Casablanca roster, Carlton started working with Leon Haywood again in 1994, releasing a single, "Rock N Roll" b/w "Main Event."Give Carlton self-admitted fault of "going for the cash" and signing bad contracts, the lyrics of "Main Event" seem appropriate: "Obstacles have come at me/although somehow I've overcome/I can see the prize just waiting there/so through the maze of life I run I run/I fight each battle round by round/maintain my quest for higher ground." An album, Main Event, was released later that year.
Please join us in supporting Domestic Violence Awareness as the women of the “ONLY WOMEN WEAR HIGH HEELS” show share their experiences, thoughts, and information on domestic violence! LINES OPEN AT 12PM CALL IN 646 -233- 1302, AND SHARE YOUR STORY OR EXPERIENCE! TUNE IN 11PM-1AM EST. AND Join Us!
Domestic violence should not happen to anybody, but unfortunately its a reality that some people especially women know all too well. When domestic abuse does happen, there is always a way to get help. Whether you have lived with abuse or it happened once; maybe you work or live next or near someone who is being abused whatever the circumstance you can to different outlets to get help for yourself or someone else by referring them to a hotline, therapist, or even involving the police.
Domestic violence, also known as domestic abuse, spousal abuse, battering, family violence, and intimate partner violence is defined as a pattern of abusive behaviors by one partner against another in an intimate relationship such as marriage, dating, family, or cohabitation. Domestic violence, so defined, has many forms, including physical aggression or assault (hitting, kicking, biting, shoving, restraining, slapping, throwing objects), or threats thereof; sexual abuse; emotional abuse; controlling or domineering; intimidation; stalking; neglect, and economic deprivation. Alcohol consumption and mental illness can be co-morbid with abuse, and present additional challenges in eliminating domestic violence. Awareness, perception, definition and documentation of domestic violence differs widely from country to country, and from era to era.
Domestic violence and abuse is not limited to obvious physical violence. Domestic violence can also mean endangerment, criminal coercion, kidnapping, unlawful imprisonment, trespassing, harassment, and stalking. Domestic violence can trigger many different responses in victims, all of which are very relevant for any professional working with a victim. Major consequences of domestic violence victimization include psychological/mental health issues and chronic physical health problems. A victim’s overwhelming lack of resources can lead to homelessness and poverty. There are many community organizations, which work to prevent domestic violence by offering safe shelter, crisis intervention, advocacy, and education and prevention programs. Community screening for domestic violence can be more systematic in cases of animal abuse, healthcare settings, emergency departments, behavioral health settings and court systems. Tools are being developed to facilitate domestic violence screening such as mobile apps.
One organization that provides outstanding support for women and children being abused is the YWCA. The YWCA is the oldest and largest multicultural women's organization in the world. Across the globe, we have more than 25 million members in 122 countries, including 2 million members in 266 local associations in the United States. More important than the numbers, is their mission to empower women. The YWCA provides safe places for women and girls, build strong women leaders, and advocate for women's rights and civil rights in Congress. Women come to the YWCA in times of crisis, as survivors of rape or domestic violence. They come for job training and career counseling, childcare, health and fitness, and a variety of other reasons. These women leave with a renewed spirit, new skills, and stronger lives. The YWCA associations are divided by regions nationwide. This enables their associations to pool resources, provide additional services for their clients, and combine their voices for change at the national and local levels.
The YWCA Domestic Violence Intervention and Prevention Program is a non- profit program operating with assistance from public and private funds. Funding sources include: Title XX, Domestic Violence Prevention and Treatment Council, Federal Family Violence Prevention and Services, Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, Lafayette and West Lafayette Community Block Grant, Tippecanoe County Revenue Sharing, United Way of Greater Lafayette, United Way of White County and Clinton County, Federal Emergency Management Agency, and Emergency Shelter Grant. The YWCA Domestic Violence Intervention and Prevention Program provides services without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex, affectional preference, or handicap.
Get ready for another freestyle Friday...Halloween edition!!! The ladies of OWWHH will shock you this October when we represent our favorite male influences and expose our alter egos. Tonight's theme!..."Only Men Wear Timberlands," and to compliment our little twist we are going to get into a few things like "Why It’s Important For A Man To Wear The Pants In The Relationship!" talking - men being controlled by their woman, women being too authoritative ruins relationships, young ladies dressing in mens attire thinking "its appealing or sexy," and much more!
As always we will touch on a little bit of everything staying true to the tradition of "O.W.W.H.H" freestyle Fridays!!! So make sure you tune to find out who gets knocked off, and what special guests we have in the building this week! The women of "only women wear high heels" turn into the men of "Only Men Wear Timberlands!" this Friday Only! Keeping it real as always! Call in 646-233-1302 or join the Halloween festivities in the chatroom! Tonight 11pm - 1am est. only on BKS1RADIO.COM
Special Guest: Avarex
Jersey's newest break out artist Avarex is back with his new mixtape A-Jersey-Conglomerate featuring songs like " Mistaken Me", "Official (freestlye) off Drakes-Uptown", and "Respect My Grind" . CHECK OUT THE NEWEST VIDEO "LOOK IN MY EYES".
Avarex has been dropping songs and videos all year. He has been doing a lot of (non-profit shows) in the Tri-State area to build a growing buzz and fanbase as well. Ava has most recently opened up for acts such as Lil Cease (Jr. Mafia) and Tierra Mari also more to come.
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Special Guest: J'Maine Jones
Special Guest: J’Maine Jones
J'MAINE JONES was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. At a late age, J'MAINE JONES learned that he was adopted. He never knew or met his biological father until age 18. The hole time the man he had been calling "father" his entire life was really his "stepfather". At that point J'MAINE was only half of who he thought he knew he was and left with feelings of abandonment and unworthy of love J'MAINE has been in search to learn all of who he is and his purpose for being born. The only clue or direction J'MAINE had was his vocal talent and ability to sing.
Shortly after, J'MAINE used his only clue (his talent) and auditioned for the 2nd season of the hit television series CANADIAN IDOL just to see how far it would take him and quickly became apart of the top 20 finalists in this nation wide competition. This was his first appearance on national television.
J'MAINE then decided to go on a tour across Asia for 2 years performing in clubs and 5 star hotels in which he gained the majority of his performance experience. He's performed in Bangkok, Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong, China, and Indonesia to name a few.
Gaining fans from these countries, when J'MAINE returned to North America from his tour overseas, he was encouraged to audition for the Amateur Night competition at the legendary Apollo theater in NYC and won the competition 3 consecutive times. Since then, he's joined Universal Records recording artist Ryan Leslie assisting in background vocals.
J'MAINE JONES has shared the stage with some of music's legendary artists including Mariah Carey, Earth Wind & Fire, P Diddy, Ryan Leslie, Corey Gunz, John Legend, Alicia Keys and Yolanda Adams to name a few. He's worked with very successful producers in the industry such as Rodney Jerkins (Dark Child), Rockwilder, and etc. He's currently working on his first mixtape and EP due to be released in late 2012.
She possesses one of the most memorable, distinctive voices ever heard in popular music. She’s an accomplished singer/songwriter who etched herself into music history with her smash hit song, the female anthem, “Superwoman”. That song made international waves, selling over a million units, being certified Gold and named the Billboard R&B Song of the Year in 1989. She IS a super woman. She’s Karyn White.
In the years since her last CD was released in 1994 (Make Him Do Right – Warner Brothers), the lovely, soulful vocalist has focused her energy on family, raising and nurturing her daughter Ashley (her daughter with ex-husband, producer/songwriter Terry Lewis of Jimmy Jam/Terry Lewis fame). White’s priorities to family are largely responsible for her absence from the music scene. Her daughter Ashley is now a freshman at Howard University but for the last 18 years – Karyn saw to it that Ashley received the love and care of a mother invested in her child – which the nomadic lifestyle of a professional musician could not afford.
Tonight’s Topic: Does The Person Who Makes The Most Money Set The House Rules?
Traditionally men were the bread winners and as woman entered the workforce they made less money and took care of the children and the home. Typically as the head of the house and the financial support of the family men pretty much called the shots on the major decisions. Fast forward to today the dynamics have shifted. Women have a prominent position in the workforce and often match and in many cases make more money than their mate.
This raises the question with the switch in who owns the role as the bread winner does that change which person set’s the house rules? Tonight on BKS1RADIO.COM “The Live in the Vocal Booth” Team tackles this question and wants to hear from you on who gets to set the house rules? In studio Special Guest Tim Shider featuring music from his upcoming CD “Betcha Never Thought” and the new single “Toe2Toe”.
Special Guest: Tim Shider
Tim Shider, a native of Plainfield, New Jersey, was born into a family of musicians and singers. The sixth of seven siblings, his oldest brother is the late Garry Shider, who was a member of Parliment Funkadelic.
Tim has worked with artists, such as Alicia Keys, Leela James, Amy Winehouse, Kenny Latimore, Kool and the Gang, George Clinton and many more. Through his independent label "TLS Entertainment " Tim has developed and worked with new up and coming artist : Charmaine Rudd, Dennis Hilliman, Noe Feliz and William McLeod .. These projects are all available online everywhere ...
Now releasing his first single "Toe2Toe" from his first solo, and soon to be released, project "Betcha Never Thought". A hot new track, Toe2Toe is sure to make a lot of noise in the clubs, available online everywhere now.
Women have a tendency to do "the most" when it comes to competition. Women more so than men have a strong will to naturally compete against one another, and are eager to become successful at a young age as they mature faster than boys. Some women will go to any measure, and bear no expense to achieve their goals, while others achieve their dreams in a commendable manner taking professional measures to gain their title. Then there are those that will sneak, connive, sell out, and manipulate to get what they want. These women usually live by a code, and it’s called "BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY," easily jealous, naive, or usually manipulated these women are either emotionally and mentally in control or in many cases sadly low in self esteem.
Yet, not all women are sleeping their way to the top especially in many corporate industries now as once before. There are more phony co-workers/employees, drama, and slithering snakes in the workplace than sexual orientation amongst men, and women alike. We all have the will to achieve greatness, but by what means and under what circumstance. To sell out a friend or a fellow co-worker in hopes of appeasing the boss, or "earn" a raise is considered dishonorable. There are many other angles to cover concerning gaining authority or position in the workplace including sex, ethnic background, and qualification. Take for instance the assumption that many jobs are geared towards certain individuals, which makes it harder for those who aren't ideal for positions to move up. It is said women have it better than men as to their sex appeal and natural ability to persuade others, while others find men to have it easiest to gain top earning positions considering them more authoritative due to their lack of emotional attachment, and unbiased (drama free) judgment.
Aside from gender, race still plays a major role in society today as it has years before as to why there is lack of jobs for Americans and reason people of the minority have trouble advancing their position within Corporate America. It’s obvious Competition in the workplace goes beyond sex, and tonight on the "OWWHH" Show we are going to go in heavy on why trying to cheat the system rarely can ultimately bite you in the butt, debate whether its morally correct to go to any lengths for a promotion, whether competition in the work place will ever turn fair, and much more. TUNE IN FRIDAY NIGHT 11PM - 1AM EST AS THE LADIES OF "ONLY WOMEN WEAR HIGH HEELS," GIVE IT TO YOU LIVE AND DIRECT! ONLY ON WWW.BKS1RADIO.COM!
Social Networks have become a fantastic way for people to reconnect, and socialize around the world. Popular Networks like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram have become viral as well as International brands. The more people that sign up the less people see of each other. Social media has become the most common communication tool since the cell phone. Aside from convenience, and popularity these networks are used by many as a stepping stone in entertainment. Social media sites/apps are not only great for communication, but also as a means to market, advertise, promote, and date, leading to our next point Social Temptation.
Many will say that dating has become a staple for many of these sites allowing users to change their relationship status from "it's complicated" to "divorced." Influencing many outcomes of relationships today from simple random comments, messages, or "likes" can mean the end for most men and women in relationships who can't control their urge to flirt, or post for attention.
For the other person in the relationship this can have a "by any means necessary" effect, and thus they begin to monitor their significant other or crush's activity on all social accounts. If lucky enough steal their passwords or identity in order to spy or trick friends and family. While some may find social networks a personal barrier, relationship problem, or personal playground, it is more so an extracurricular activity. Tonight on the "Only Women Wear High Heels," show we get into "Social Temptation," and much more when Briella Calafiore and Jessica Romano from "Jerseylicious" and "Glam Fairy," Join us! You don't want to miss this 11pm est. Only on BKS1Radio.com
Special Guest: Briella Calafiore
Briella Calafiore is a reality star on the reality show Jerseylicious. She has recently been hired as one of Alexa's "Fairies" on the show Glam Fairy, and dreams of owning her own salon someday.
Special Guest: Jessica Romano
Jessica Romano is an ultra-talented makeup artist who is taking over the world one bronzed face at a time. Since making her glamorous debut on the Style Network’s hit reality show Glam Fairy, clients and viewers have fallen in love with Jessica’s driven mindset and fun-loving personality.
This Week on the OWWHH show we have a very special guest joining us on the panel for Free Style Friday: College Edition! The Legendary Rah Digga and the lovely ladies of Only Women Wear High Heels will be bringing you the best Freestyle Friday this year as we get into the best of everything.
Join us as we represent our favorite College or University talking about our experiences, your experiences, what it means to be a college student today. We are going to talk about and heat from some sororities and fraternities, get into tuition and diplomas, the parties, "frienemies," relationships, and much more. Represent your University or College OR check in and show Rah Digga and the ladies of OWWHH love! Call in (646)-233-1302!
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Special Guest Co-Host: Rah Digga
Rah Digga is an American rapper. Well known as a longtime member of the Flipmode Squad, a hip hop group led by Busta Rhymes, she parted ways amicably with the group in 2007. She has been called "one of rap's most prominent women MCs" by Allmusic and "one of hip-hop's most skilled female MCs" in the book How to Rap. Rah Digga is a resident of Newark, New Jersey.
Rah Digga was born in New Jersey and went to study electrical engineering at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. She learned how to rap by studying the raps of KRS-One, Rakim, and Kool G Rap of the Juice Crew.
She starred in the movie Thirteen Ghosts, and she worked with hip-hop group Twice the Flavor before joining the Outsidaz, leading to a feature on the track "Cowboys" from the Fugees album The Score. Being seen by Q-Tip at the Lyricist Lounge lead to her meeting with Busta Rhymes, and joining his Flipmode Squad, later appearing on "numerous Busta Rhymes albums". Her debut solo, Dirty Harriet, was released in 2000 featuring Busta Rhymes and Eve. She also worked with Bahamadia on the track "Be Ok" from Lyricist Lounge, Vol. 1.
Her second album Everything Is A Story was due to be released on J Records in 2004, but for unknown reasons was not released. Many songs from the album had leaked to the internet in an unofficial 23-track album of unreleased material, and in 2010 Rah Digga released her own version of the album, featuring unheard tracks from the album not present on the leaked version. Rah Digga released a new album, Classic, on September 14, 2010. Production was handled by Nottz, and a promo single was released entitled "This Ain't No Lil Kid Rap". Rah Digga is currently working on a demo that will be released in 2013.
Rah Digga was cast in the film Thirteen Ghosts in 2001. The same year, Rah Digga also appeared alongside Beyoncé and Joy Bryant in MTV's Carmen: A Hip Hopera.
Jennifer Buonagurio 21 at the time, is a native of Bergen County in Nj . Nicknamed “The Jersey Princess was a member of Bad Girls Club 6 (often retrospectively referred to as Bad Girls Club: Back in L.A.) is the sixth season of the Oxygen reality television series, The Bad Girls Club. The sixth season began airing on Oxygen on January 10, 2011, which became the first season to air on Monday nights, the two-part reunion special aired on May 9, 2011, officially ending the season.
A group of seven rebellious women who are between the ages of 21 and 27 moves in a mansion who try to co-exist with different personalities, lives, race and sexual orientations and above all they must try to adapt to the frequent changes of moods and behaviors of their roommates. The bad girls must also obey all the rules that were given to them prior to moving in such as no physical violence towards anyone including the producers. The girls must not intrude a "bad girls" production room and must tolerate various interviews in their diary rooms. During the show, some girls may divide the house into cliques, create havoc to satisfy oneself, book parties and hook-ups in clubs, groceries shopping which they try to maintain, including their personal lives. The girls are allowed to contact their families and their personal relationship(s), the girls are given either a laptop or a big screen TV that features a home computer.