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Welcome to Coffy Talk Radio powered by LE Radio Productions for The Coffy Talk network. Coffy Talk goes live from exclusive events at D'Wayne Wiggin's Electric Church where the HIP Team serves as Artist-in-Residence. Join CoffyTalk.com and make a request to be our in-studio guest. Join Jessica Holter on Monday Nights at 8 pm Central Standard Time for Cold Brew with Ghetto Girl Blue, a Mashup of shorts, Inner Views, and Spoken Word by the Founder of The Punany Poets. Catch Ashley the Chicks on the ATL Mixx on Sunday evenings discussing life and everyday issues of single women in Atlanta. If Health and wellness are on your path, check out Yogi Ami with Random Acts of Healing and Nikki Thomas with Soul Yoga. Subscribe to CoffyTV on Youtube to watch videos of Coffy Talk Radio's lives and pre-recorded episodes.
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Grab a glass of wine. Tonight is poetry night on Inner Views with Ghetto Girl Blue and we are visiting The Punany Poets, that controversial poetic troupe from HB0's Real Se+.
In this Full-Mashup episode of Cold Brew with Ghetto Girl Blue, Mya B (Shoot Films, Not People) asks, "What is it like working with The Punany Poets?" The conversation between cast members LOVE the poet, Lamar, Charlie, and Theresa The S.O.N.G.B.I.R.D. speaks volumes about American discomfort with sexual conversation. Captured live at The Punany Poet's romantic comedy show at Producers' Club in New York City. It also features performances of Jessica Holter's best and most little-known Spoken Word performances with live audience reactions.
The Head Doctor Show 2 finds Ghetto Girl Blue in rare form in New York City on stage at The Producers' Club in this special episode of romantic comedy theater that speaks frankly about human sexuality. Mature, educational, and made for adults only."Jessica Holter, aka “The Head Doctor” is the creative genius behind the ensemble performance group known as the Punany Poets. The group was featured on the groundbreaking HBO series “Real Sex” and continues to perform across the country. The “Punany Playhouse” is the latest project that Holter is working on that features not only performances of Black Erotica but also real talk about sex, relationships, and the Black community. Rolling out was present at the private event “Dinner with the Head Doctor” as Holter led an adult conversation about sex. The gathering was intimate and dinner guests shared experiences, and beliefs that showed that when it comes to sexuality, you can’t judge the Black community by its cover. For some, it was a first-time experience to talk in a group about intimacy, but everyone was comfortable and safe so the conversation flowed." - Rolling Out
Cold Brew with Ghetto Girl Blue features 1-minute clips of Jessica Holter's Tour Talk, poetic bars, commentary on woke trash, conspiracy & logical fallacy, cosmic destinations & nation domination, Jesus and jesters in the House of God, formerly private moments in Punany's Playhouse, plus outtakes from the Verbal Penetration Audio Book.
Cold Brew with Ghetto Girl Blue - The Pot Roast ParableCold Brew with Ghetto Girl Blue features 1-minute clips of Jessica Holter's Tour Talk, poetic bars, commentary on woke trash, conspiracy & logical fallacy, cosmic destinations & nation domination, Jesus and jesters in the House of God, formerly private moments in Punany's Playhouse, plus outtakes from the Verbal Penetration Audio Book.
Cold Brew with Ghetto Girl Blue features 1-minute clips of Jessica Holter's Tour Talk, poetic bars, commentary on woke trash, conspiracy & logical fallacy, cosmic destinations & nation domination, Jesus and jesters in the House of God, formerly private moments in Punany's Playhouse, plus outtakes from the Verbal Penetration Audio Book.
Mary B Morrison and Jessica Holter discuss the Me Too movement.
Greetings and welcome to The Grown Folks Cafe’. Join Empress Makeba as she serves a savory cup of all things grown folks. From relationships and redefining life’s purpose to personal enhancement and self-care. Empress Makeba brings her eccentric perspective and years of experience as a wohuman in this universe. Each episode features energetic conversations with experts, friends, like-minded individuals, and thought leaders, who share their triumphs, struggles, and tales of living life. You’re invited to pull up a chair, grab a warm cup of coffee, or tea, roll a fat one while you sip your dranky-drank, and engage in real, unfiltered discussions that empower, inform, and inspire. So sit back, relax, let yourself grow, and get ready to indulge in some grown, sexy, and soulful conversations that will nourish your body, spirit, and mind.
Jessica Holter sits down with D'Wayne Wiggins for Coffy & Cocktails at Electric Church in Hampton, GA just a few weeks after all three members of Tony Toni Tone' wipe their Instagram pages clean and Raphael Sadiiq announces he will revisit the trio for the "Just Me & You" Tour in the fall of 2023. The eldest Tony discusses his philanthropic endeavors and his plans to build a creative utopia for artists and creative businesses in Hampton Georgia.Tony! Toni! Toné! is a legendary American Band from Oakland, California, with 14 Billboard-charting R&B singles; including five number-one hits, three top ten pop singles, one gold album, two platinum albums, one double platinum album, and over six million albums sold. They have been around for decades, and had become a local favorite at clubs throughout the Bay Area during the Mid-1980s leading up to the 1988 release of their debut album Who?Led by Singer/Songwriter, and Guitarist D'Wayne Wiggins, the original musical trio included D'Wayne Wiggins' younger brother Charles Ray Wiggins on lead vocals and bass, and Timothy Christian Riley on drums, keyboards, and background vocals. At a time when R&B and Hip-Hop were being fused together with synthetic beats and samples, Tony! Toni! Toné! ushered the New Jack Swing onto stages with live instrumentation, high energy, and colorful, cutting-edge fashion. Their sophomore album, The Revival, was released in 1990, and their double platinum-certified Sons of Soul was released in 1993.The group reached Platinum status once more with House of Music in 1996, before Lead Vocalist, Charles Ray Wiggins, left the group and reemerged as Raphael Saadiq. Today, Bandleader, D'Wayne Wiggins, continues to tour Tony! Toni! Toné! concerts to sold-out audiences around the world while mentoring young musicians who bring an electric energy to the timeless sound of Tony! Toni! Toné!, Tour Dates can be found on their website at TonyToniTone.com. The roster of artists who have mixed melodies with Tony! Toni! Toné! is remarkably diverse, crossing nearly every musical genre from Electronic Dance to Jazz, Hip Hop, Gospel music, and movie soundtracks, including Like Mike, Whip It, and Universal Soldier. Whatever You Want, was sampled for the Platinum record Whatever You Need by Meek Mill feat. Chris Brown and Ty Dolla $ign (2017), exposed a new generation to The Tonies, as they are sometimes called. There is a myriad of samples and covers of hits, such as Anniversary, which has been sampled 26 times and sparked a TikTok Dance Challenge.
Don the CEO and Lady Poetry invite Jessica Holter, Founder of The Punany Poets into the studio to discuss toxic control and obsession in relationships on Coffy Talk Radio.When we think of toxic relationships, we usually think of those that are physically abusive. But there are other kinds of toxic relationships that can be just as harmful, if not more so. These are the kind of relationships where one person is in complete control of the other, where there is an obsession with power and control.These relationships are often marked by jealousy, manipulation, and a need for constant validation. The toxic partner will try to isolate their partner from friends and family, and they will constantly put them down. They will try to control every aspect of their lives, making them feel like they can never do anything right.If you find yourself in a relationship like this, it's important to get out as soon as possible. These relationships can be incredibly damaging to your mental and emotional health. If you're feeling trapped or like you're walking on eggshells all the time, reach out for help. There are many resources available to help you get out of a toxic relationship and start healing your wounds.
CEO Don talks about things she things we should not do, like poop at work.
Four women on the same grind with different points of view. The Millennial Sex in the ATL. The Raw, The Real, The Unexpected. Welcome to the Mixx 2.0. Follow on IG @theatlmixx.
Four women on the same grind with different points of view. The Millennial Sex in the ATL. The Raw, The Real, The Unexpected. Welcome to the Mixx 2.0. Follow on IG @theatlmixx.
Four women on the same grind with different points of view. The Millennial Sex in the ATL. The Raw, The Real, The Unexpected. Welcome to the Mixx 2.0. Follow on IG @theatlmixx.
ATL Mixx - We are Back

ATL Mixx - We are Back

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The Ladies of the ATL Mixx are back! Tonight we find out what they have been up to.Four women on the same grind with different points of view. The Millennial Sex in the ATL. The Raw, The Real, The Unexpected. Welcome to the Mixx 2.0. Follow on IG @theatlmixx.
CEO Don reviews the film King Richard.
Tonight we revisit our conversation on colorism within the Black community.
Monday, January 28th, at 9pm join me on Inner Views with Ghetto Girl Blue to talk about Genesis 19 #Genesis19. We are talking about the book of the #Bible that tells the story of Sodom and Gomorrah. People are often, so caught up in the rachetry of the homosexuality suggested by this text, but say nothing of the way women are portrayed in these powerful verses. First I will share the story, as my big sister Terenda Goodwin-Raney used to tell the stories of the Bible to me, with colorful ghetto finesse.Then, we will break it down and make it relevant to popular topics of today. Please subscribe to listen.
Let's discuss Toxic Relationships tonight with Don the CEO.It's shocking how many people stay in toxic relationships. It's even more shocking how many people don't realize they're in one until it's too late. Toxic relationships are characterized by control, obsession, and a complete lack of respect. If you're in a relationship like this, it's important to get out as soon as possible.staying in a toxic relationship is like slow poison. It might not kill you immediately, but it will slowly eat away at your happiness and your self-respect. eventually, you'll find yourself in a shell of who you once were. if you're lucky, you'll realize what's happening before it's too late. but for many people, the realization comes after they've already lost themselves completely.If you're in a toxic relationship, the best thing you can do is get out of it. It won't be easy, but it's worth it. You deserve to be happy and respected, and no one has the right to take that away from you.
When is the right time to give it up?Intimacy on the First Night, a 20-Something Perspective with Kelly Eve
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