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Organic conversations that challenge mediocracy and make you think. We unpack several topics in hip hop and pop culture and render our unbiased views from our prospective. We're basically the caviar of organized chaos. Join the conversation (214) 744-3601
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Ep 64 | Quarantined AF

Ep 64 | Quarantined AF

2020-03-3101:25:02

It's really hard to wrap our heads around whats going on in the world let alone put it in words. On this episode we chop it up with the homie Cori J of The Miseducated Podcast and get a "lay of the land" in LA and pretty much chop it up on how we are quarantining and what we predict America will look like once everything is said and done.    *Putting People On Game does not own any rights to this music or images* Hit us up or send us a text 214-744-3601! Subscribe to PPOGPOD channel: http://bit.ly/ppogpod ► LIKE, COMMENT and SHARE ► WATCH MORE: https://www.youtube.com/user/theppog ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Apple Podcast: http://bit.ly/ppogpodapple ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Spotify: http://bit.ly/ppogpodspotify ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ppogpod/ ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD Twitter: https://twitter.com/ppogpod ► LIKE PPOGPOD on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/ppogpod/ ► FOLLOW and LISTEN to PPOGPOD on AudioMack:http://bit.ly/ppogpodaudiomack
Ep 63 | Stay Home

Ep 63 | Stay Home

2020-03-2402:20:10

On this episode we discuss how Covid-19 has changed the world and also made some calls to the homies to check in.    Make sure you check out the links below and tell a freind about the podcat! *Putting People On Game does not own any rights to this music or images* Hit us up or send us a text 214-744-3601 Subscribe to PPOGPOD channel ► LIKE, COMMENT and SHARE ► WATCH MORE: Youtube  ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Apple Podcast ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Spotify ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD on Instagram ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD Twitter ► LIKE PPOGPOD on Facebook
Ep 62 | Canceled

Ep 62 | Canceled

2020-03-1302:09:12

The boys are back at it again and back on their bs at a higher level. We discuss the following topics;  COVID 19 TAKE OVER!!! Wash you hands and don’t be touching your nasty ass face. Rudy Bobert and Donovan Mitchell both infected with Corona Virus.  NBA is suspends season due to Covid 19.   Post New Music:  Jhene Aiko “Chilombo” Jadakiss “Ignatius” Lil Uzi “Eternal Atake” Gunna dropped a loosey  Lil Boat  Black Zack  Stunna 4 Vegas  Megan Thee Stallion “Suga” Rich The Kid Cardo    Da Baby slapped a woman.. how does that make you feel? Who would like to see Megan Thee Stallion colab with? Soulja Boy is hitting licks off his new soap due to Covid 19. Down Jones is up and down due to Covid 19. RIP Money Madu. Harvey Weinstein sentenced to 23 years in prison after addressing his accusers in court. RIP Nathaniel Woods, executed and was innocent. It’s Advent Season and maybe Jesus will come back this Easter? Sidenote, Clay gets pissed when Thirst ask him does he know about Lent? Sprig Break is extended.  And of course much much more..    Make sure you check out the links below and tell a freind about the podcat!  *Putting People On Game does not own any rights to this music or images* Hit us up or send us a text 214-744-3601 Subscribe to PPOGPOD channel ► LIKE, COMMENT and SHARE ► WATCH MORE: Youtube  ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Apple Podcast ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Spotify ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD on Instagram ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD Twitter ► LIKE PPOGPOD on Facebook
Ep 61 | Uncle Joe

Ep 61 | Uncle Joe

2020-03-0501:22:55

On this episode we discuss the following;  Shout outs!!  Covid-19 (Its not a bible verse)  Did you vote? Trump First black president? AOC Boobs (Alexandria Ocasio Cortez) nip pic\ Quaden Bayles gate, is he a kid or adult…  Tory Lanes no longer with Interscope? RIP Tader Joe  *Putting People On Game does not own any rights to this music or images* Hit us up or send us a text 214-744-3601! Subscribe to PPOGPOD channel ► LIKE, COMMENT and SHARE ► WATCH MORE: Youtube  ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Apple Podcast ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Spotify ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD on Instagram ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD Twitter ► LIKE PPOGPOD on Facebook  
The last and final day of Black History we pay homage to the late great, John Witherspoon.    John Weatherspoon[1] (January 27, 1942 – October 29, 2019), better known as John Witherspoon, was an American actor and comedian who performed in various television shows and films.[2] Best known for his role as Willie Jones for the Friday series,[2] Witherspoon also starred in films such as Hollywood Shuffle (1987), Boomerang (1992), The Five Heartbeats (1991), and Vampire in Brooklyn (1995).[2] He has also made appearances on television shows such as The Wayans Bros.(1995–99), The Tracy Morgan Show (2003), Barnaby Jones (1973), The Boondocks (2005–2014), and Black Jesus (2014–2019).[2][3] He wrote a film, From the Old School, in which he played an elderly working man who tries to prevent a neighborhood convenience store from being developed into a strip club. #29DaysOfBlackHistory  *Putting People On Game does not own any rights to this music or images* Hit us up or send us a text 214-744-3601! Subscribe to PPOGPOD channel ► LIKE, COMMENT and SHARE ► WATCH MORE: Youtube  ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Apple Podcast ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Spotify ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD on Instagram ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD Twitter ► LIKE PPOGPOD on Facebook  
Today, 2/28/2020, we pay homage to DJ Jazzy Jeff... Jeffrey Allen Townes[2] (born January 22, 1965), known professionally as DJ Jazzy Jeff or simply Jazz, is an American record producer, DJ, actorand comedian who is best known for his friendship and collaboration with Will Smith as DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince.[3] Jeffrey Allen Townes was born on January 22, 1965 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.[4] Early on, he developed a reputation and a following as a school and block party DJ. He was ten years old when he first became interested in being a DJ. He told author Paul Stenning, "At summer time block parties I wouldn't be the one dancing, I sat where the DJ was set up, watching him. Even when I would go to other block parties in other neighborhoods I was still infatuated with the DJ. He was the guy that played music that everyone in the neighborhood loved. You might not have known his face, you might not have known his name but he was the guy that made everyone move."[5] He took the stage name DJ Jazzy Jeff and was one half of the duo DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince along with Will Smith. The group received the first Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance in 1989 for "Parents Just Don't Understand", though their most successful single was "Summertime" which earned the group their second Grammy and peaked at number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100. #29DaysOfBlackHistory  *Putting People On Game does not own any rights to this music or images* Hit us up or send us a text 214-744-3601! Subscribe to PPOGPOD channel ► LIKE, COMMENT and SHARE ► WATCH MORE: Youtube  ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Apple Podcast ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Spotify ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD on Instagram ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD Twitter ► LIKE PPOGPOD on Facebook  
2/27/20, we pay homage to Project Pat.. Patrick Earl Houston (born February 8, 1973), better known by his stage name Project Pat, is an American rapper from Memphis, Tennessee.[2] He is the older brother of Juicy J, the co-founder of Three 6 Mafia.[3] Currently Houston is a member of a mini-hip hop group the Kaze he joined the group in 1998 the same year that the album KamiKaze Timez Up was released. #29DaysOfBlackHistory  *Putting People On Game does not own any rights to this music or images* Hit us up or send us a text 214-744-3601! Subscribe to PPOGPOD channel ► LIKE, COMMENT and SHARE ► WATCH MORE: Youtube  ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Apple Podcast ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Spotify ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD on Instagram ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD Twitter ► LIKE PPOGPOD on Facebook ► FOLLOW and LISTEN to PPOGPOD on AudioMack
2/26/20, the boys pay homage to Katt Williams, side note where is he at #amberalert... The info about him online is hella obscure but we did our best... Micah Sierra "Katt" Williams[1][2][3] (born September 2, 1971)[1][4] is an American stand-up comedian, actor, rapper,[5] singer, and voice actor. He had a role as Money Mike in Friday After Next, had a stint on Wild 'n Out, portrayed Bobby Shaw in My Wife and Kids, provided the voice of A Pimp Named Slickback in The Boondocks, Seamus in Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore, and portrayed Lord Have Mercy in Norbit. In 2008, he voiced himself in the video game Grand Theft Auto IV.   #29DaysOfBlackHistory  *Putting People On Game does not own any rights to this music or images* Hit us up or send us a text 214-744-3601! Subscribe to PPOGPOD channel ► LIKE, COMMENT and SHARE ► WATCH MORE: Youtube  ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Apple Podcast ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Spotify ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD on Instagram ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD Twitter ► LIKE PPOGPOD on Facebook ► FOLLOW and LISTEN to PPOGPOD on AudioMack
Today, 2/25/2020, we pay homage to the late great James Brown... James Joseph Brown (May 3, 1933 – December 25, 2006) was an American singer, songwriter, dancer, musician, record producer and bandleader. A progenitor of funk music and a major figure of 20th century music and dance, he is often referred to as the "Godfather of Soul" and "Soul Brother No. 1".[1] In a career that lasted over 50 years, he influenced the development of several music genres.[2] Brown began his career as a gospel singer in Toccoa, Georgia.[3] He joined a rhythm and blues vocal group, the Gospel Starlighters (which later evolved into the Famous Flames) founded by Bobby Byrd, in which he was the lead singer.[4][5] First coming to national public attention in the late 1950s as a member of the singing group The Famous Flames with the hit ballads "Please, Please, Please" and "Try Me", Brown built a reputation as a tireless live performer with the Famous Flames and his backing band, sometimes known as the James Brown Band or the James Brown Orchestra. His success peaked in the 1960s with the live album Live at the Apollo and hit singles such as "Papa's Got a Brand New Bag", "I Got You (I Feel Good)" and "It's a Man's Man's Man's World". During the late 1960s, Brown moved from a continuum of blues and gospel-based forms and styles to a profoundly "Africanized" approach to music-making that influenced the development of funk music.[6] By the early 1970s, Brown had fully established the funk sound after the formation of the J.B.s with records such as "Get Up (I Feel Like Being a) Sex Machine" and "The Payback". He also became noted for songs of social commentary, including the 1968 hit "Say It Loud – I'm Black and I'm Proud". Brown continued to perform and record until his death from pneumonia in 2006. Brown recorded 17 singles that reached No. 1 on the Billboard R&B charts.[7][8] He also holds the record for the most singles listed on the BillboardHot 100 chart which did not reach No. 1.[9][10] Brown was inducted into 1st class of the Rhythm & Blues Music Hall of Fame in 2013 as an artist and then in 2017 as a songwriter. He also received honors from many other institutions, including inductions into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Songwriters Hall of Fame.[11] In Joel Whitburn's analysis of the Billboard R&B charts from 1942 to 2010, Brown is ranked No. 1 in The Top 500 Artists.[12] He is ranked No. 7 on Rolling Stone's list of its 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. Rolling Stone has also cited Brown as the most sampledartist of all time.[13][14] #29DaysOfBlackHistory  *Putting People On Game does not own any rights to this music or images* Hit us up or send us a text 214-744-3601! Subscribe to PPOGPOD channel ► LIKE, COMMENT and SHARE ► WATCH MORE: Youtube  ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Apple Podcast ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Spotify ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD on Instagram ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD Twitter ► LIKE PPOGPOD on Facebook ► FOLLOW and LISTEN to PPOGPOD on AudioMack
On this episode G. Bailey joins us and we pay our respects to Pop Smoke, discuss Snoop  Dogg on the Red Table Talk, "Who's the biggest artist in Dallas?, Deontay Wilder getting his ass kicked by Tyson Fury, thoughts about unmuting R. Kelly and much much more.  *Putting People On Game does not own any rights to this music or images* Hit us up or send us a text 214-744-3601! Subscribe to PPOGPOD channel ► LIKE, COMMENT and SHARE ► WATCH MORE: Youtube  ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Apple Podcast ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Spotify ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD on Instagram ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD Twitter ► LIKE PPOGPOD on Facebook ► FOLLOW and LISTEN to PPOGPOD on AudioMack
2/24/20, we pay homage to Lil Kim.. Kimberly Denise Jones (born July 11, 1974 or 1975),[1] known professionally as Lil' Kim, is an American rapper, songwriter, model, and actress. Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, she lived much of her adolescent life on the streets after being expelled from home. In her teens, Jones would freestyle rap, influenced by fellow female hip hop artists like MC Lyte and The Lady of Rage. In 1994, she was discovered by fellow rapper The Notorious B.I.G., who invited her to join his group Junior M.A.F.I.A.; their debut album, Conspiracy, generated two top 20 singles in the United States and was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Lil' Kim's debut studio album, Hard Core (1996), was certified double platinum by the RIAA, has since sold more than 6 million copies worldwide,[2]and spawned three successful singles: "No Time", "Not Tonight (Ladies Night)", and "Crush on You". Her following albums, The Notorious K.I.M.(2000) and La Bella Mafia (2003), were also certified platinum, making her the only female rapper besides Missy Elliott and Nicki Minaj to have at least three platinum-certified studio albums. In 2001, she was featured on the single "Lady Marmalade" (a remake of the 1974 hit single of the same name, originally recorded by LaBelle), alongside Mýa, Pink, and Christina Aguilera, which topped the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. The remake won two MTV Video Music Awards, including Video of the Year, and a Grammy Award for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals at the 44th Grammy Awards in 2002. Other notable singles from this period include "The Jump Off" and "Magic Stick", the latter of which reached number two on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. In 2005, Lil' Kim served a one-year prison sentence for lying to a jury about her friends' involvement in a shooting four years earlier. During her incarceration, her fourth album, The Naked Truth, was released to positive reviews from critics; it remains the only album by a female rapper to be rated five mics out of five by The Source. A reality series covering her sentence, Lil' Kim: Countdown to Lockdown, premiered on BET in 2006. She released her first mixtape, Ms. G.O.A.T., in 2008 and returned to the public eye in 2009 with an appearance on Dancing with the Stars. Throughout the 2010s, she continued to release music and perform sporadically, collaborating with artists such as Faith Evans, Remy Ma, and Fabolous. Her fifth studio album, 9, was released in 2019. Lil' Kim has sold more than 15 million albums and 30 million singles worldwide. Her songs "No Time", "Big Momma Thang", and "Not Tonight (Ladies Night)" were each listed on Complex's list of the 50 Best Rap Songs By Women.[3] In 2012, Lil' Kim was listed on VH1's 100 Greatest Women In Music list at number 45, the second highest position for a solo female hip-hop artist.[4] Lil' Kim was ranked as one of the top 50 greatest MCs of all time in Kool Moe Dee's 2003 book, There's a God on the Mic. Aside from music, Lil' Kim is also known for her risk-taking and luxurious approach to fashion that inspired many artists; she has been cited as a fashion icon.[5][6] #29DaysOfBlackHistory  *Putting People On Game does not own any rights to this music or images* Hit us up or send us a text 214-744-3601! Subscribe to PPOGPOD channel: http://bit.ly/ppogpod ► LIKE, COMMENT and SHARE ► WATCH MORE: https://www.youtube.com/user/theppog ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Apple Podcast: http://bit.ly/ppogpodapple ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Spotify: http://bit.ly/ppogpodspotify ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ppogpod/ ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD Twitter: https://twitter.com/ppogpod ► LIKE PPOGPOD on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/ppogpod/
2/23/20, we pay homage to the late great Pimp C... Chad Lamont Butler (December 29, 1973 – December 4, 2007), better known by his stage name Pimp C, was an American rapper and record producer. He was best known for his work with Bun B as a founding member of the Underground Kingz (UGK). Signing to Jive Records in 1992, UGK released their major-label debut album Too Hard to Swallow to positive reviews.[1][2] The group followed this with their second and third major label albums Super Tight in 1994 and Ridin' Dirty in 1996, both of which charted in the Billboard 200 and received critical acclaim.[3][4][5][6] The group received national attention in 2000 after being featured on Jay-Z's hit single "Big Pimpin'", which peaked at #18 on Billboard Hot 100 and #1 on the Rhythmic Top 40. The group went on hiatus for the first half of the 2000s after Pimp C was sentenced to eight years in prison for a probation violation, during which time both members pursued solo careers, with Pimp C releasing his solo debut, The Sweet James Jones Stories in 2005, composed of material recorded prior to his sentencing. After being released from prison in December 2005, he released his second solo album, Pimpalation the following year, and released UGK's eponymous fifth studio album in 2007, which spawned the hit single "International Players Anthem (I Choose You)" featuring OutKast, which peaked at #70 on the Billboard Hot 100. Pimp C was found dead in his hotel room on December 4, 2007, with a coroner report attributing his death to complications stemming from heavy consumption of purple drank and his pre-existing condition of sleep apnea.[7][8] #29DaysOfBlackHistory  *Putting People On Game does not own any rights to this music or images* Hit us up or send us a text 214-744-3601! Subscribe to PPOGPOD channel: http://bit.ly/ppogpod ► LIKE, COMMENT and SHARE ► WATCH MORE: https://www.youtube.com/user/theppog ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Apple Podcast: http://bit.ly/ppogpodapple ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Spotify: http://bit.ly/ppogpodspotify ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ppogpod/ ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD Twitter: https://twitter.com/ppogpod ► LIKE PPOGPOD on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/ppogpod/
2/22/20, the boys are back on their bs and we pay homage to DMX... Earl Simmons (born December 18, 1970),[2] known professionally as DMX, is an American rapper and actor. He began rapping in the early 1990s, and released his debut album, It's Dark and Hell Is Hot in 1998 to both critical acclaim and commercial success, selling 251,000 copies within its first week of release.[4][5] He released his best-selling album, ... And Then There Was X, in 1999, which included the hit single "Party Up (Up in Here)". Since his debut, DMX has released seven studio albums. He has been featured in films such as Belly, Romeo Must Die, Exit Wounds, Cradle 2 the Grave and Last Hour. In 2006, he starred in the reality television series DMX: Soul of a Man, which was primarily aired on the BET cable television network. In 2003, DMX published a book of his memoirsentitled, E.A.R.L.: The Autobiography of DMX.[6] #29DaysOfBlackHistory  *Putting People On Game does not own any rights to this music or images* Hit us up or send us a text 214-744-3601! Subscribe to PPOGPOD channel: http://bit.ly/ppogpod ► LIKE, COMMENT and SHARE ► WATCH MORE: https://www.youtube.com/user/theppog ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Apple Podcast: http://bit.ly/ppogpodapple ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Spotify: http://bit.ly/ppogpodspotify ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ppogpod/ ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD Twitter: https://twitter.com/ppogpod ► LIKE PPOGPOD on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/ppogpod/  
Today, February 21, 2020, the boys pay homage to Ice-T... Tracy Lauren Marrow (born February 16, 1958),[1] better known by his stage name Ice-T, is an American musician, rapper, songwriter, actor, record producer, and author. He began his career as an underground rapper in the 1980s and was signed to Sire Records in 1987, when he released his debut album Rhyme Pays; the second hip-hop album to carry an explicit content sticker after Slick Rick's La Di Da Di. The following year, he founded the record label Rhyme $yndicate Records (named after his collective of fellow hip-hop artists called the "Rhyme $yndicate") and released another album, Power, which went on to go Platinum. He also released several other albums that went Gold. He co-founded the heavy metal band Body Count, which he introduced on his 1991 rap album O.G.: Original Gangster, on the track titled "Body Count". The band released their self-titled debut album in 1992. Ice-T encountered controversy over his track "Cop Killer", the lyrics of which discussed killing police officers. Ice-T asked to be released from his contract with Warner Bros. Records, and his next solo album, Home Invasion, was released later in February 1993 through Priority Records. Body Count's next album was released in 1994, and Ice-T released two more albums in the late-1990s. Since 2000, he has portrayed NYPD Detective/Sergeant Odafin Tutuola on the NBC police drama Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. #29DaysOfBlackHistory  *Putting People On Game does not own any rights to this music or images* Hit us up or send us a text 214-744-3601! Subscribe to PPOGPOD channel: http://bit.ly/ppogpod ► LIKE, COMMENT and SHARE ► WATCH MORE: https://www.youtube.com/user/theppog ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Apple Podcast: http://bit.ly/ppogpodapple ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Spotify: http://bit.ly/ppogpodspotify ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ppogpod/ ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD Twitter: https://twitter.com/ppogpod ► LIKE PPOGPOD on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/ppogpod/ ► FOLLOW and LISTEN to PPOGPOD on AudioMack:http://bit.ly/ppogpodaudiomack  
2.20.20 we pay homage to Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson... Dwayne Douglas Johnson (born May 2, 1972), also known by his ring name, The Rock, is an American actor, producer, investor and retired professional wrestler.[9] Johnson was a professional wrestler for the World Wrestling Federation (WWF, now WWE) for eight years prior to pursuing an acting career. His films have grossed over $3.5 billion in North America and over $10.5 billion worldwide,[10] making Johnson one of the most successful and highest-grossing box-office stars of all time.[11] Johnson was a college football player for the University of Miami, with whom he won a national championship in 1991. He initially aspired for a professional career in football and entered the 1995 NFL Draft, but he went undrafted. As a result, Johnson signed with the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League (CFL), but was cut from the team in the middle of his first season. Shortly after, he began training as a professional wrestler.[12] In 1996, Johnson secured a contract with the WWF and was promoted as the first third-generation wrestler in the company's history, as he is the son of Rocky Johnson and grandson of Peter Maivia. He rose to prominence after developing a charismatic persona of a boastful trash-talking wrestler named The Rock. He subsequently won his first WWF Championship in 1998 and helped usher the WWF into the "Attitude Era", a boom period in the company's business in the latter 1990s and early 2000s which still hold professional wrestling records for television ratings.[13] In 2004, he left the WWE to pursue an acting career and went on a seven-year hiatus before returning in 2011 as a part-time performer until 2013, before wholly retiring in 2019. Considered to be one of the greatest professional wrestlers and biggest draws of all-time,[14][15] The Rock headlined the most-bought professional wrestling pay-per-view event ever, WrestleMania XXVIII, and was featured in among the most watched episodes of WWE's television shows, WWE Raw and WWE SmackDown.[16][17] He has won several championships, being a two-time Intercontinental Champion, a five-time tag team champion, and a ten-time world champion.[18] He was also a Royal Rumble match winner and WWE's sixth Triple Crown champion. Johnson had his first acting role in The Mummy Returns (2001), and played his first lead role in the spin-off The Scorpion King (2002). He has since starred in numerous other successful films, including The Rundown (2003), Walking Tall (2004), The Game Plan (2007), Get Smart (2008), Race to Witch Mountain (2009), Tooth Fairy (2010), Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (2012), G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013), Pain & Gain (2013), Hercules(2014), San Andreas (2015), Central Intelligence (2016), Moana (2016), Rampage (2018), and Skyscraper (2018). Johnson's most successful box office role has been Luke Hobbs in The Fast Saga films. He first appeared as the character in Fast Five (2011) and helped catapult the film series into one of the top-grossing movie franchises in history.[19] He starred in the sequels, Fast & Furious 6 (2013), Furious 7 (2015), The Fate of the Furious(2017), and the spin-off film Hobbs & Shaw (2019).[20] Another notable franchise starring Johnson is the Jumanji franchise, as he has starred in the successful films, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017), and its sequel, Jumanji: The Next Level (2019). Johnson also starred in the HBO series Ballers starting in 2015. The show ran for five seasons and was ranked as HBO's most watched comedy in six years.[21] Johnson has also attained success as an author and producer.[22][23] In 2000, he released an autobiography titled The Rock Says... which debuted at number one on The New York Times Best Seller list.[24][25] In 2012, he founded the entertainment production company Seven Bucks Productions, which has since produced several films.[26] Consistently ranked among the world's highest paid actors,[27] Johnson made the Time 100 Most Influential People in the World list in both 2016 and 2019.[28][29] Johnson is a dual citizen of both the United States and Canada.[1] #29DaysOfBlackHistory    *Putting People On Game does not own any rights to this music or images* Hit us up or send us a text 214-744-3601! Subscribe to PPOGPOD channel: http://bit.ly/ppogpod ► LIKE, COMMENT and SHARE ► WATCH MORE: https://www.youtube.com/user/theppog ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Apple Podcast: http://bit.ly/ppogpodapple ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Spotify: http://bit.ly/ppogpodspotify ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ppogpod/ ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD Twitter: https://twitter.com/ppogpod ► LIKE PPOGPOD on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/ppogpod/ ► FOLLOW and LISTEN to PPOGPOD on AudioMack:http://bit.ly/ppogpodaudiomack
Today, 2/19/20, the boys pay homage to a real ATL legend, CeeLo Green... Thomas DeCarlo Callaway (born May 30, 1975),[2][3] known professionally as CeeLo Green (or Cee Lo Green), is an American singer, songwriter, rapper, record producer, and actor. Green is known for his work in soul music, including the hit singles "Crazy" and "Forget You". Born in Atlanta, Georgia, Green came to initial prominence as a member of the Southern hip hop group Goodie Mob. He subsequently began a solo career, releasing two albums on Arista Records: Cee-Lo Green and His Perfect Imperfections (2002) and Cee-Lo Green... Is the Soul Machine (2004). Green's next project was Gnarls Barkley, a collaboration with DJ Danger Mouse. In 2006, the duo scored a worldwide hit with "Crazy", which reached the top five in twenty countries, including the U.S. and U.K. With Gnarls Barkley, Green released two albums: 2006's platinum-selling St. Elsewhereand 2008's The Odd Couple. In 2010, Green continued his solo career with the album The Lady Killer, which spawned his biggest solo hit, "Fuck You". The song peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100, and reached the top 10 in thirteen countries. Green has released two further solo albums, Cee Lo's Magic Moment (2012) and Heart Blanche (2015), as well as a reunion album with Goodie Mob, Age Against the Machine (2014). From 2011 to 2014, Green was a judge and coach on the American reality television singing competition The Voice, appearing on four of its seasons.[a] He voiced Murray the Mummy in the 2012 animated feature film Hotel Transylvania, and also appeared in a few television programs and films including his own show, CeeLo Green's The Good Life, on TBS. Green has appeared in commercials, including 7 Up, Duracell, M&M’s, and sake brand TYKU. His work has earned numerous awards and accolades, including five Grammy Awards, a BET Award, a Billboard Award, and a Brit Award. He was also Monster On The Masked Singer UK 2020   #29DaysOfBlackHistory    *Putting People On Game does not own any rights to this music or images* Hit us up or send us a text 214-744-3601! Subscribe to PPOGPOD channel: http://bit.ly/ppogpod ► LIKE, COMMENT and SHARE ► WATCH MORE: https://www.youtube.com/user/theppog ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Apple Podcast: http://bit.ly/ppogpodapple ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Spotify: http://bit.ly/ppogpodspotify ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ppogpod/ ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD Twitter: https://twitter.com/ppogpod ► LIKE PPOGPOD on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/ppogpod/ ► FOLLOW and LISTEN to PPOGPOD on AudioMack:http://bit.ly/ppogpodaudiomack
Today, February 18, 2020, we pay homage to a great one, Martin Lawrence... Martin Fitzgerald Lawrence[1] (born April 16, 1965) is an American stand-up comedian, actor, producer, talk show host, writer, and former Golden Gloves boxer. Lawrence came to fame during the 1990s, establishing a Hollywood career as a leading actor, most notably in the Fox television sitcom Martin and the films House Party, Boomerang, Bad Boys, Wild Hogs, Nothing to Lose, Blue Streak, Life, Big Momma's House, and A Thin Line Between Love & Hate.   #29DaysOfBlackHistory    *Putting People On Game does not own any rights to this music or images* Hit us up or send us a text 214-744-3601! Subscribe to PPOGPOD channel: http://bit.ly/ppogpod ► LIKE, COMMENT and SHARE ► WATCH MORE: https://www.youtube.com/user/theppog ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Apple Podcast: http://bit.ly/ppogpodapple ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Spotify: http://bit.ly/ppogpodspotify ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ppogpod/ ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD Twitter: https://twitter.com/ppogpod ► LIKE PPOGPOD on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/ppogpod/ ► FOLLOW and LISTEN to PPOGPOD on AudioMack:http://bit.ly/ppogpodaudiomack
Today, 2/17/2020, we pay homage to Snap Music... Snap music (also known as ringtone rap or snap rap) is a subgenre of hip hop music derived from crunk[2] that originated in the South in the late-1990s, in Bankhead, West Atlanta, the United States.[3] It achieved mainstream popularity throughout the mid-late 2000s, but declined shortly thereafter. Popular snap artists include D4L, Dem Franchize Boys and K-Rab. Tracks commonly consist of an 808 bass drum, hi-hat, bass, snapping, a main groove and a vocal track.[3] Many snap songs may also incorporate whistling.[4] Hit snap songs include "Do It to It" by Cherish, "Lean Wit It, Rock Wit It" by Dem Franchize Boys, "Snap Yo Fingers" by Lil Jon, "Laffy Taffy" by D4L, "It's Goin' Down" by Yung Joc and "Crank That (Soulja Boy)" by Soulja Boy Tell 'Em,[3] and voted one of "The 15 Best Snap Music Songs Of All-Time" is "Look At Her" by One Chance.[5] Crunk has been called the "predecessor of snap".[3][6] Hip hop DX magazine described snap music as a "laid back version of its forbearer, crunk music".[7]     #29DaysOfBlackHistory    *Putting People On Game does not own any rights to this music or images* Hit us up or send us a text 214-744-3601! Subscribe to PPOGPOD channel: http://bit.ly/ppogpod ► LIKE, COMMENT and SHARE ► WATCH MORE: https://www.youtube.com/user/theppog ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Apple Podcast: http://bit.ly/ppogpodapple ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Spotify: http://bit.ly/ppogpodspotify ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ppogpod/ ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD Twitter: https://twitter.com/ppogpod ► LIKE PPOGPOD on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/ppogpod/ ► FOLLOW and LISTEN to PPOGPOD on AudioMack:http://bit.ly/ppogpodaudiomack
Today, 2/16/2020, we pay homage to Big L Lamont Coleman (May 30, 1974 – February 15, 1999), known professionally as Big L, was an American rapper and songwriter. Emerging from East Harlem, New York in the early to mid-1990s, Coleman became well known amongst underground hip-hop fans for his freestyling ability, and was eventually signed to Columbia Records, where, in 1995, he released his debut album, Lifestylez ov da Poor & Dangerous, an album that is now considered by many fans to be a classic[citation needed]. On February 15, 1999, Coleman was shot nine times by an unknown assailant in East Harlem, New York, his hometown. He died from his injuries[citation needed]. Noted for his use of wordplay, multiple writers at AllMusic, HipHopDX and The Source have praised Coleman for his lyrical ability,[1][2] and he has also been described as "one of the most auspicious storytellers in hip hop history."[3] Regarding Coleman's legacy in an interview with Funkmaster Flex, Nas claimed "[Coleman] scared me to death. When I heard [his performance at the Apollo Theater] on tape, I was scared to death. I said, 'Yo, it's no way I can compete if this is what I gotta compete with.'"[4]     #29DaysOfBlackHistory    *Putting People On Game does not own any rights to this music or images* Hit us up or send us a text 214-744-3601! Subscribe to PPOGPOD channel: http://bit.ly/ppogpod ► LIKE, COMMENT and SHARE ► WATCH MORE: https://www.youtube.com/user/theppog ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Apple Podcast: http://bit.ly/ppogpodapple ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Spotify: http://bit.ly/ppogpodspotify ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ppogpod/ ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD Twitter: https://twitter.com/ppogpod ► LIKE PPOGPOD on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/ppogpod/ ► FOLLOW and LISTEN to PPOGPOD on AudioMack:http://bit.ly/ppogpodaudiomack
Today, 2/15/2020, we pay homage to Ray Charles  Ray Charles Robinson (September 23, 1930 – June 10, 2004) was an American singer, songwriter, pianist, and composer. Among friends and fellow musicians he preferred being called "Brother Ray". He was often referred to as "The Genius."[3][4] Charles started losing his vision at the age of 6 due to glaucoma.[2] Charles pioneered the soul music genre during the 1950s by combining blues, rhythm and blues, and gospel styles into the music he recorded for Atlantic.[2][5][6] He contributed to the integration of country music, rhythm and blues, and pop music during the 1960s with his crossover success on ABC Records, notably with his two Modern Sounds albums.[7][8][9] While he was with ABC, Charles became one of the first black musicians to be granted artistic control by a mainstream record company.[5] Charles' 1960 hit "Georgia On My Mind" was the first of his three career No. 1 hits on the Billboard Hot 100. His 1962 album, Modern Sounds In Country And Western Music, became his first album to top the Billboard 200.[10] Charles had multiple singles reach the Top 40 on various Billboardcharts: 44 on the US R&B singles chart, 11 on the Hot 100 singles chart, 2 on the Hot Country singles charts.[11] Charles is a 17-time Grammy Award winner.[10] He was honored with the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 1987; 10 of his recordings have been inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame.[10] Charles cited Nat King Cole as a primary influence, but his music was also influenced by Louis Jordan and Charles Brown.[12] He became friends with Quincy Jones. Their friendship lasted until the end of Charles's life. Frank Sinatra called Ray Charles "the only true genius in show business," although Charles downplayed this notion.[13] Billy Joel said, "This may sound like sacrilege, but I think Ray Charles was more important than Elvis Presley".[14] In 2002, Rolling Stone ranked Charles #10 on their list of the "100 Greatest Artists of All Time,"[3] and #2 on their list of the "100 Greatest Singers of All Time" in 2008.[15]   #29DaysOfBlackHistory    *Putting People On Game does not own any rights to this music or images* Hit us up or send us a text 214-744-3601! Subscribe to PPOGPOD channel: http://bit.ly/ppogpod ► LIKE, COMMENT and SHARE ► WATCH MORE: https://www.youtube.com/user/theppog ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Apple Podcast: http://bit.ly/ppogpodapple ► SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to full episode on Spotify: http://bit.ly/ppogpodspotify ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ppogpod/ ► FOLLOW PPOGPOD Twitter: https://twitter.com/ppogpod ► LIKE PPOGPOD on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/ppogpod/ ► FOLLOW and LISTEN to PPOGPOD on AudioMack:http://bit.ly/ppogpodaudiomack
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Kim Tru

What song is this? Nice

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