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Looking for a show with expert commentary on all the Love & Hip Hop Franchises? Look no further! On THE AFTERBUZZ TV LOVE & HIP HOP AFTER SHOW we break down all the episodes each week and even bring on cast members from time to time to share the inside tea and even throw some shade. It's all real here, so let us know your thoughts in the comments! Subscribe to stay up to date!
 
VH100 is the official podcast of TV’s top unscripted shows: Love and Hip Hop, Black Ink Crew, T.I. and Tiny: Friends and Family Hustle, Basketball Wives and more. Hosts EZManoli and LaJune are behind the scenes at VH1 so they bring the “fansider" take you can only get here...and they always keep it 100!
 
Do you obsess over shows like Love & Hip Hop, Real Housewives of Atlanta and others? Well, Reality Check is your weekly dose of reality “tea”. Panelists discuss news and gossip surrounding today's most recognizable and outspoken reality TV stars. The show also features interviews with reality stars so you can get their side of the story. If reality TV is your guilty pleasure, let this be your guilty podcast. We won't judge.
 
A deep dive into the lives of your favorite artists told by the artists, family, friends, and other artists. We take a look at the stories of the artists who made the music that we love. Told in IMMERSIVE SOUND DESIGN, so that the stories are enveloped in 5.1 stereo sound, giving you sound around the story-telling. These are the stories of our musical heroes told the way they deserve to be told.
 
TheSlyShow.com is an inappropriate, unfiltered, unpredictable, and irreverent mass media platform, which specializes in its unique brand of Comedy, Music and Sports. Launched in 2004 as a way to escape the traditional forms of media, The Sly Show.com's flagship program, “The Sly Show,” is often described as “randomized-fuckery” with an improv-style, anything goes, edgy podcast. The show displays a full-on, “no holds barred” format with a mixture of Sly's recognizable voice, racial slurs, spo ...
 
Who am I? What does it mean to be human? Why does the world seem so screwed up and how do we fix it? You’re invited to join me on my quest to find answers to these and life’s other great questions. Nothing to Lose but Yourself is more than just another self-help or motivational podcast, it’s an engaging and enlightening journey into us. In some episodes, I will invite you to eavesdrop on the insightful and often irreverent conversations that I have with thought-leaders, fellow artists, enter ...
 
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In this week’s episode, I speak with author and music industry professional Akim Bryant. Akim and I chat about his new book entitled "Stuck Pages Vol. 2 The Pleasure Principle," his career working on the programming side in the music industry, his love for R&B music, living his life as a black gay man, and about his mental health journey and the po…
 
Meteor Man, Gunmen and Posse all showed Kane had acting chops in movies. Unfortunately, Kane himself had proven to be his own worst enemy. After his time in Hollywood was over, Kane went back to Warner Brothers and found himself contemplating his future with the label. He realized he wasn't as focused on his last couple of albums. Either way he was…
 
Kane continues to push the envelope of Hip Hop by merging it with R&B and working with the legendary Patti LaBelle. After touring with Patti, Kane took notes of what he could incorporate within his show once again proving he was more than a Hip Hop artist, he was an artist period. He goes out on his 1st headlining tour with Digital Underground, Que…
 
From 1990 to 1991 Kane released two more albums, "Taste Of Chocolate" and "Prince Of Darkness". On the first, Kane worked with unique artists such as Malcolm X's daughter Gamilah Shabazz and Rudy Ray Moore aka Dolemite. Kane was now at a point in his career where he was able to reach out to the artists that he grew up idolizing. Artists like Barry …
 
This week’s guest on the podcast is Kyle Hagler, President of Next Management where he oversees the development of careers in the fashion and beauty spaces like rising supermodel Grace Elizabeth, cultural phenomenon Anok Yai, internationally recognized Binx Walton, Lineisy Montero, Grace Hartzel, Anna Cleveland and Selena Forrest, actor Abbey Lee, …
 
Touring the world opened up Kane's eyes that he had a wider audience. On "It's A Big Daddy Thing", Kane wanted to tap into that audience. The creation of songs like "Smooth Operator", "Warm It Up, Kane", "Young, Gifted And Black" and "I Get The Job Done" not only have hilarious stories behind them, but also were made to show the growth of Kane as a…
 
The Juice Crew were clicking and touring as a unit. Marley Marl was now focusing on his own album and wanted Kane and G. Rap to be on a track together. But when Marley suggested an unknown Masta Ace join the song, tension got thick. Reluctantly the song got recorded and ended up becoming "The Symphony", one of the greatest posse cuts in history. Ka…
 
Kane finally gets the opportunity to make a record and the song that takes off from his 12" is "Just Rhymin' With Biz". It was a freestyle with Kane and Biz Markie rhyming over the beat to Kane's "Somethin' Funky" track. The record did well at radio in the tri-state, but Kane couldn't get booked for a show. But he knew why. Sitting at home broke, K…
 
Biz's Union Square show was like a homecoming party for Kane. He had made it like all his Albee Square friends that were in attendance knew he would. Kane knew early on what it took to become successful. He witnessed it first hand living across the street from Divine Sounds. He saw them go from a neighborhood DJ sound system to a recording act with…
 
In this week’s episode, I speak with super-producer Brian Alexander Morgan. Brian and I chat about his career as a songwriter and producer that includes 30 years of hit making for artists ranging from Martha Wash and Lala Hathaway to Drake and Khalid, and of course his number one hits for 90’s R&B trio SWV. We also chat about his childhood growing …
 
Kane tried being in groups early on, but ultimately after meeting Mister Cee in high school, the two of them would become a duo, opening up for local shows. Kane soon learns about Biz Markie and seeks him out for a battle at the infamous Albee Square Mall. But what started as a battle turned into a lifelong friendship with Biz taking Kane under his…
 
In this week's episode I chat with community organizer, media producer, curator, and social entrepreneur Martha Diaz. Martha and I chat about her childhood as a latch key immigrant kid in Patterson, New Jersey, the moment she fell in love with hip-hop, and her life-long love of the culture. We dive deep into how hip-hop was instrumental in helping …
 
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