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Class Act Radio is an internet radio produced by Cheeseburga, that feature conversations on black culture, dating/relationship lessons learned, and trending stories. Originally from New York and broadcasting live in Phoenix,Arizona, Class Act Radio highlights local arizona artists and public figures, while playing Hip Hop, R&B, Reggae, Soca, Afro-Beats, Dancehall and more! Tune in live every Saturday, 6pm-8pm PST (9pm-11pm EST) on RadioPhoenix.Org and comment your thoughts on the topics live on air! Studio Line to call is 602 354 8823
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A Tik Toker recently went viral after revealing  she and her boyfriend have been living in an apartment together for a year, which he pays the rent and major finances. What he doesnt know is that girlfriend and Tik Tok user  @jaynedoee0 is the owner of the building and all the rent money he pays goes directly to her! Her boyfriend does not know this and continues ot pay the rent. Some people have applauded her for the move while others have criticized her for lying and using her boyfriend for his money.As people are divided on this I name 8 ways how lying to your partner can end you relationship.The first hour features music from Aaliyah, Blxt, Chris Brown, Beyonce, Amerie and more!The second hour feautures Beenie Man, Mr.Vegas, Lady Saw, MAchel Montano, Nadia Batson. Kerwin DuBois and more!Follow me on Instagram @CheeseburgerLive
BossCee pulls up to Class Act Radio to talk new music, navigating the pandemic as a music artist, and provide commentary on Kanye West's Donda and Drake's Certified Loverboy. Originally from Brooklyn,NY BossCee says her sound is inspired by artists like Foxy Brown and Pop Smoke. BossCee says when you listen to her music it's going to make you want to go to your Ops crib and beat the s*** out of them. Go to your baby father or baby mother house and just slap the s*** out of them just because. Follow BossCee on Instagram @ _bosscee Follow Cheeeseburga on Instagram @CheeseburgerLive
To be a better person we have to look within. Some times we hurt people close to us and do not take our fair share of responsibility when things end bad. On this episode of Class Act Radio, I talk about some of the ways we hurt people close to us. Whether its hurting them before they hurt us, self sabotage, or simply because they are around us the most, its important to talk about what we can do to keep and maintain the relationships important to us. Talk segment starts at  26:42 First hour of Class Act Radio features R&B, Hip Hop, and Afro beats.The second hour of Class Act Radio features Reggae, Soca, and Dancehall
DaBaby has been under fire after making sexist and homophobic remarks about members of the gay community and those affected by HIV/AIDS. Aja MyQueen of As If The Podcast, pulls up to Class Act Radio and we talk about how homophobia is common in Hip Hop, misinformation around sexual health, and the common misconception around HIV/AIDS affecting members of the LGBTQ community.According to the CDC, in 2018, in the United States, the death rate for African Americans/Blacks due to HIV was higher (16.3 per 100,000) compared with any other racial/ethnic group (2.5 Whites).  HIV is not a problem exclusive to members of the LGBTQ community, it is an issue that affects a number of people, especially black Americans.For resources and support regarding sexual health, education, supporting the LGBTQ community please visit lgbthealthlink.org. LGBT HealthLink, is a community-driven national network of experts and professionals enhancing LGBT health by reducing health disparities within our communities.
Simone Biles recently withdrew from the 2021 Tokoyo Olympics for reasons about her mental health. Many conservative media personalities have been critical of her decision to withdraw citing her as "weak" or "selfish." Although half the people criticizing her cannot even bend over to tie their shoes, many forget that Simone Biles was one of the many young women who survived being sexually harassed by former USA Olympic Team Doctor, Larry Nassar.Simone Biles also has had a number of her gymnastic performance scores being lowered and not recognized, mainly due to how exceptionally well she performs moves that others in her sport cannot.The first hour of this episode features Hip Hop and R&B in the first hour from artists like Snoh Alegra, Usher, Joe, Tupac, Meg The Stallion, Chris Brown, Wale, and more.The second-hour feature Reggae, Dancehall, and Soca music by Vybz Kartel, Buju Banton, Mr.Vegas, Machel Montano, Patrice Roberts, Kes, Beene Man, Beres Hammond, and more.
PK Tha Poet, a Chicago born music artist by way of Phoenix,AZ details his recent spontaenous trip to South Africa and new documentary "Not By Sight." PK orignially planned and scheduled this trip in two months to fly to South Africa and go on tour with other local South African artists. In returning to the United States, PK finds inspiration in evolving his sound and new life experiences of what it means to bet on your self and go by faith and not by sight on pursuing your goals.
DaBaby recently went viral after reverse hustling some kids who tried to sell him candy. After the kids tried to sell him their entire box of candy for $200, DaBaby opted to buy only $4.00 worth of candy. The internet is torn between did DaBaby teach the kids a  valuable lesson or was he wrong for not spending more money with them?In addition to Dababy, I discuss reasons to support black owned businesses like closing the racial wealth gap and strengthen local black communities with new resources and services. A 2017 study by the National Community Reinvestment Coalition found that banks were 2x times as likely to provide business loans to white applicants than black applicants and 3x times likely to have follow up meetings with white applicants than black applicants.
On this episode of Class Act Radio, I talk about the recent assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïset.Haiti as a country for years has be portrayed as a poor nation however the culture of Haiti has inspired major historical events like the Louisiana Purchase and well know African Americans with Haitian roots like W.E.B DuBois who was the first African American to obtain a PHD from Harvard and founded the NAACP.Tune in as I share other interesting facts about Haiti, the first black nation in the world that liberated itself from slavery.This episode features music by T-Pain, Trey Songz, Alegra Snoh and more!Second hour features music by Machel Montano, Destra, Kes, Patrice Roberts, Konshens, Beenie Man, and more!                                                                                          
Sha'Carri Richardson, quickly became a household name after winning the 100-meter dash at the 2021 Olympic trials with a time of 10.86 seconds. After gaining publicity for her record setting run at the Olympic trials, she tested positive for marijuana. Sha'Carri later accepted responsibility for her actions, however a number of people have criticized her for her actions.On this episode I share my take on her recent events and reference the 2009 story of Michael Phelps being suspended from USA swimming after a photo circulated on line of his smoking marijuana out of a bong.View the chapter markers to jump straight to the talk segments.First hour features 90s R&B and current Hip Hop as the second hour features Reggae,Soca, Dancehall,and Afro-beats.
On this episode of Class Act Radio I talk about Derek Chauvin was sentenced to 22 and a half years for the murder of George Flyod. Though the sentencing was considered light to many people, does it represent a change in the right direction towards police accountability?Michael B Jordan releases a new rum and titles it "J'ouvert." In addition to Nikki Minaj, the caribbean community came together to shun him appropriating caribbean culture and trademarking the term for his rum. Michael B Jordan ultimately changed the name of the rum,however is there  a double standard on Caribbean americans calling out black americans on cultural appropriation?Today's episode features music from Bow Wow, Soulja Boy, SWV, Chingy, Alegra Snoh,Ella Mai, T-pain, and much more!
The Tulsa Race Massacre happened 100 years ago of May 2021.  Mobs of white residents brutaly attacked the thirving neighborhood of the Greenwood District and was labelled one of the worst incidents of racial violence in American history. A thriving black neighboord once know as Black Wall Street, one of the wealthiest black communies in the United States no longer exists.I share stories of the event and what potential reparations should look like for black americans.Follow me on Instagram @CheeseburgerLive
May is Mental Health Awareness month! On this episode I mention some alarming statistics of how black americans struggle with mental health issues. In 2018, 58% of Black American young adults 18-25 and 50% of adults 26-49 with serious mental illness did not recieve treatment. These statistics are closely associated with the common stigma among black culture that mental health is taboo. We wear a mask because we have to be strong even when we don't want to. It is important to find a healthy space to let it all out. It is ok to cry but it is bad to hold it in. Resources for Helping Black Americans Struggling with Mental HealthBlack Emotional and Mental Health-  BEAM is a 501 (c)(3) organization. Our mission is to remove the barriers that Black people experience getting access to or staying connected with emotional health care and healing. https://www.beam.communityThe Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation-The Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation’s vision is to eradicate the stigma around mental health issues in the African-American community.https://borislhensonfoundation.orgTherapy for Black Girls- Therapy for Black Girls is an online space dedicated to encouraging the mental wellness of Black women and girls. https://therapyforblackgirls.com/aboutThe Loveland Foundation- The Loveland Foundation is the official continuation of this effort to bring opportunity and healing to communities of color, and especially to Black women and girls. Through fellowships, residency programs, listening tours, and more, ultimately we hope to contribute to both the empowerment and the liberation of the communities we serve. https://thelovelandfoundation.orgTherapy for Black Men- TherapyForBlackMen.org was born from the idea that Black men and boys face unique challenges and stigmatization, and therefore need a dedicated space for seeking and finding mental health support. We’ve made it our mission to strip away that stigmatization and ease the process of finding help. By providing targeted resources and a database filled with professionals equipped to support men of color, our users can now obtain the help they need and deserve. https://therapyforblackmen.orgDr. Ebony's My Therapy Cards- My Therapy Cards deck is not just another deck of self-care. This card deck has been carefully curated by a psychologist woman of color with the intention of helping other women of color grow and elevate in the areas of emotional and mental health! https://www.mytherapycards.comInnopsych-Innopsych was birthed from Dr. Jackman’s own experiences and challenges during her search for a therapist. She knew she wanted a therapist who was a woman for color but the process proved itself to be a challenge. She knew that there needed to be a simpler and faster way for people of color to find therapists of color and she was going to create it! Not only did she want to create a directory of therapists of color, but she also wanted to facilitate the process for therapists of color to launch their own private practice in order to increase the pool of therapists of color in the field.https://www.innopsych.comSafe Black Space- Safe Black Space has mobilized a growing collective of local practitioners, community members and activists, faith leaders, educators and others of African ancestry. https://www.safeblackspace.org
Ellen DeGeneres is ending her long time running talk show after 19 seasons. Ellen claims she is ending her show and looking for a new challenge however reports have circulated around her toxic workplace environment towards black employees. Since the testimony and statements from her toxic workplace surfced, The Ellen DeGeneres Show's ratings have tumbled 43% this season.I share a personal story of racism I experienced in the workplace and other examples of stereotyping black people in the workplace.Lastly San Francisco donates $3.75 Million dolloars to local black owned business. This money is being routed from the San Franciso Police Department in order to establish better community relations.This episode features a throwback set of 90s Hip Hop and R&B, followed by new music from J Cole and more!
 The International Olympic Committee (IOC) announces that athletes will be banned from wearing Black Lives Matter apparel at games and during ceremonies. This comes after the IOC conducted a poll among Olympic athetes where majority of the poll are in favor of strict rules against demonstrations.  As the pandemic begins to wind down across the U.S. a new problem affecting black americans.  According to the Center for Disease and Control, 4 in 10 African Americans are currently are diagnosed with obesity and nearly 48% of Black Americans are clinically obese compared to 32.6%  of White Americans. The U/S Preventative Services Task share recommondations on how to combat obesity.This episode features a heavy R& B set of Miguel, Ella Mae, Jacquees, Amerie, Summer Walker, Trey Songz and more in the first hour.The second hour features Reggae from artists like Beres Hammond, Morgan Heritage, Sanchez, and Super Cat. Dancehall features Vybz Kartel, Konshens, and Beenie Man. Soca music featuring Machel Montano, Destra, Patrice Roberts, and Sekon Ska.
Diamond Qing, Harlem based artist pulls up to Class Act Radio to promote her new single "Run It Up" and "Bluff."  Diamond Qing has over 300k monthly streams on Spotify, her new single "Bluff" has hit over one million streams, and she has been trending upwards on music charts for Shazam.Diamond Qing and Cheeseburga talk about her recent tour, entertainment career, and her mindset as an artist that promotes women empowerment and securing the bag. Despite Covid and being in the music game just under a year, Diamond Qing has not slowed down and continues to step on the gas with new music and upcoming EP set to release May 28th!Follow Diamond Qing on Instagram @Diamond_QingFollow Cheeseburga on Instagram @CheeseburgerLive
On this episode I talk about the unique testimonies during the Derek Chauvin trial. Testimonies from other officers, children young as 10 years old, 911 dispatchers, and others played a major part in the trial and conviction. Does Derek Chauvin's conviction represent a changing of the times when it comes to law enforce and accountability? As of May 2020 Derek Chauvin became the first white police officer in Minnesota to be charged in the death of a black civilian. Officers rarely testify against other officers, due to the culture of backlash they get from their peers when doing so.Are testimonies similar to this trial the secret to greater accountability with law enforcement?The shooting of Ma'Khia Bryant in Columbus, Ohio has left people with a lot of mixed emotions. The story behind her shooting has conflicted one another and the body camera footage released shows her attacking another girl with a knife. Though this evidence paints her as an aggressor there are mentions that she came from an abusive environment with her foster parents and she contacted the police because her life was in danger.No matter the source or the situation, Ma'Khia Bryant's life mattered.Black Lives Matter!Follow me on Instagram @CheeseburgerLive
A friend of mine shared with me that his wife has been having an affair with his best friend. If that wasn't enough not only was his wife sleeping with his best friend, she also was sleeping with the husband of her own best friend! Cheating is never an easy experience to deal with, if you have been cheated on what advice would you give to someone else who is going through the same thing? If you have never been cheated on, you want to listen to this episode.Todays episode in the first hour feature Hip Hop from Drake, DMX, Big Pun, Too Short, Ying Yang Twins and more! The second hour features Reggae, Soca, Dancehall, Afrobeats by artists like Machel Montano, Destra, Marzville, Denise Belfon, Mr.Vegas, Ayo Jay, and more!Follow me on Instagram: CheeseburgerLive
You ever date someone and they say they want to "go with the flow" or "just want to keep things casual," you may be on path towards a situationship. I believe people today are predisposed towards dating for convenience versus dating for a connection.  Cancel plans last minute, lack of consistency, vagueness, and intentions that dont match yours could be the sign of wasted time. Tune in to learn the difference between a situation and relation.Follow me on InstagramCheeseburgerLive 
Historically Black Colleges and Universities have been a corner stone in the black communirty with higher educations and professionals for over 100 years.  Over half of the black teachers in America earned their degrees from HBCUS, 94% of PhD earned by African Americans were from HBCUs, and the list goes on! This episode features music by J Cole, Wale, Chris Brown, Tyga, Drake, Rihanna and more in Hip Hop and R&B in the first hour!The second hour features music by Beenie Man, Vybz Karel, Super Cat, Olatunji, Machel Montano, Patrice Robers, Klassik Frescobar and more!Follow me on Instagram @CheeseburgerLive
PK Tha Poet stops by Class Act Radio to talk about his upcoming Hip Hop tour in South Africa. After connecting with Hip Hop artists and producers in South Africa via IG Live, PK is looking to expand his music bran internationally.  Pk Tha Poet is a Hip Hop artist who splits his time between Arizona and Chicago. PK has navigated the music scene in Arizona for 6 years and has established himself as a consistent force of music and business in Arizona. PK debuts his newest track "Poppin" on Class Act Radio.Tune in as Cheeseburga and PK talk about expanding music internationally, music business, and raising money to donate reusuable face maks to  MEL International school based in South African.Follow Cheeseburga on Instagram @CheeseburgerLiveFollow PK That Poet on Instagram @PkThaPoetFor more information to donate to help support raising money for purchase face makes for MEL International students in South African visit, https://pkthapoet.com/
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