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Money Ink is a Hip-Hop group from Atlanta Georgia consistant of 4 members Bankroll Bj, Money Mark, Irene Kidd and Young Killa. The group was signed to Nustarz Entertainment. "I Need Kash" the groups first mixtape was released in 2010 and they have been working on the freestyle of the week on youtube. The group has recently been actively performing in the metro Atlanta area. The most recent performance at Southern Polytechnic State University where they had a great turnout. They will be featu ...
 
I’m Walil Archer a Syndicated Radio Journalist and Professional Media Photographer with Downtown Hott Radio. You can download our mobile apps. IOS https://t.co/V93MrJzTth Android https://t.co/qPvHgohEHr I host a radio show called The Real RAPP Radio Show on Downtown Hott Radio at https://www.DowntownHottRadio.com on Saturdays 2:00pm to 4:00pm. Call to listen (351) 999-5225, download my mobile app: http://bit.ly/2Nd1lEt and visit the website. To be a guest call 610-70-RADIO as 610-707-2346 or ...
 
https://linktr.ee/dandeleon << dan@pumprecords.us Dan De Leon’s latest remix work includes Madonna’s Billboard #1 single CRAVE on Interscope Records and many more for artists such as Deborah Cox, Timbaland, Nelly Furtado, Kristine W and Debby Holiday. Dan De Leon is a powerhouse DJ, blending his unique brand of driving rhythms, soaring vocals and unforgettable melodies to mesmerizing effect. His magnetic appeal takes him around the world delivering experiences that ignite the senses and leav ...
 
The Robert Woods Podcast is is a podcast created by Robert E. Woods III that focuses on self-awareness, self education, and overall prosperity in life. Robert shares his true gems that uncover the keys to success that are meant to help transitioning professionals identify their ideal vision and execute on a daily basis. You will hear his solo episodes as well as interviews from interesting professionals. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Bomani Jones and Domonique Foxworth discuss the racial lines across different spaces and events, such as with “Freaknik” in Atlanta (2:14). Also, the Sports Illustrated interview with NFL Draft prospect Trevor Lawrence, and subsequent criticisms of his “love” for the game (17:08) as well as Celtics F Jayson Tatum sharing the after effects of his bo…
 
Bomani Jones and Howard Bryant discuss the public response to Daunte Wright, another Black man in the Minnesota area who recently lost his life at the hands of the police (0:48). They get into the response from professional sports teams and outspoken individuals like Spurs coach Gregg Popovich (12:07). Plus, a discussion on the racial makeup of NBA…
 
Bomani Jones questions the genius of 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan if he is indeed targeting QB prospect Mac Jones with the #3 pick (1:22) and shares how he will remember the rapper DMX following his passing at the age of 50 (16:00). Plus, it’s the first installment of this year’s Book Club with guest Spencer Hall, discussing coaches Howard Schnellenbe…
 
Bomani Jones and Dominque Foxworth discuss the #TwoAmericas in horn honking and door knocking, the wealth of The Masters (8:41), as well as Hubert Davis getting introduced as the first Black MBB coach of North Carolina (13:45). Plus, the guys update the Deshaun Watson situation after the majority of his sponsors have bailed on him (23:58). Show Ann…
 
Bomani Jones is joined by Mike Golic Jr. of “Chiney & Golic Jr.” and Highly Questionable. The two guys chat about Mike’s childhood and time growing up in the shadow of his dad at Notre Dame (0:43) as well as coverage of the NFL Draft, including why people seem to take others’ word about prospects rather than actually getting to know them themselves…
 
Bomani Jones reacts to Gonzaga’s victory over UCLA in the Final Four and connects it to the “reasons” behind the retirement of legendary North Carolina coach Roy Williams (1:13). He also shares why the Braves’ response to MLB moving the All-Star Game from Atlanta hurt him personally (15:27). Plus, an IYHH including the impact of blockage in the Sue…
 
Bomani Jones and Domonique Foxworth discuss the NFL deciding to add a seventeenth game to the schedule starting in the 2021 season, including who it negatively impacts the most (04:35). Plus, it’s pro day season ahead of the NFL draft (24:37) and the “dog whistles” have come out in quarterback analysis on prospect Justin Fields from Ohio State (34:…
 
Bomani Jones and Michael Smith discuss being “grown” in the social media era (0:46) and how old is too old to get into a scrap like Kevin Durant did with Michael Rapaport (8:13). Plus, they discuss whether or not the fight over voting rights in Georgia is cause for MLB to try and move this year’s All-Star Game (30:53). The Right Time Recommends "Th…
 
Bomani Jones questions the motives of 49ers decision makers Kyle Shanahan and John Lynch and their future planning at the quarterback position, following their trade up to the #3 pick in the upcoming NFL draft (1:13). He also shares concern for the future of college basketball following his observance of a lack of talent and phenomenon during the S…
 
Bomani Jones and Domonique Foxworth discuss NFL front offices juggling the stock of their starting Quarterbacks like Mitch Trubisky and Jimmy Garoppolo in Chicago and San Francisco respectively, in light of the Bears signing Andy Dalton and tweeting out “QB1” from their admin account (0:40). Plus, they dish on the future of “money” for the NFL thro…
 
Bomani is joined by friend of the show and three-time NBA champion Bruce Bowen to catch up and discuss the NBA season (3:50). They get into the development of players across the league and touch on funny stories from playing in Europe early in his career. Plus, sifting through the top stories in the West (15:59) and East (27:32) like LeBron James’ …
 
Bomani Jones discusses why LeBron James’ injury should end calls for an MVP case that doesn’t really exist (1:14), as well as why the inequities between men and women as far as treatment by the NCAA at March Madness go much deeper and are more problematic than you may know (21:24). Plus, an IYHH including a Florida homecoming queen that “stuffed” t…
 
For the debut of #FoxworthFriday, Bomani and Domonique Foxworth discuss “leveling-up” on parenting in the last year (3:42) and whether or not the Patriots’ free agency spending spree to surround QB Cam Newton with talent makes Bill Belichick look desperate (15:36). Plus, the recently surfaced allegations of sexual misconduct against Texans QB Desha…
 
Bomani Jones and Nick Wright of FS1 discuss the worst football-watching experience of Nick’s life, when Kansas City lost the Super Bowl to Tom Brady and Tampa Bay (1:35). While discussing the movement of NFL free agency, they weigh in on the problematic language in transactional GM “cosplay” and whether or not Deshaun Watson getting dealt could be …
 
Bomani Jones kicks off the new show cadence of Monday-Wednesday-Friday with a discussion of Drew Brees’ career, now that the Saints QB has decided to retire after twenty years in the NFL (1:36). He also dives into why the NCAA Tournament feels a bit different this year for more reasons than the obvious, including what we are missing without Duke in…
 
Bomani Jones and Spencer Hall discuss the unique skills that people have in trying circumstances (1:22) and the many layers of issues surrounding UT Austin’s persistence with “The Eyes of Texas” song after their own report found that it wasn’t “overtly racist” (14:56). Plus, did Heat center Meyers Leonard forget where he lives when he uttered a rac…
 
Bomani Jones breaks down all angles of Cowboys QB Dak Prescott’s new contract, including the precedent and message that is being sent by both sides, as well as why he’s never seen anything quite like it (1:20). Also, why he didn’t have a problem with the All-Star Game taking place as it was competing for your attention with the Harry and Meghan int…
 
Basketball Hall of Famer Isiah Thomas joins Bomani Jones to discuss his upbringing on the West Side of Chicago through the lens of the recent film “Judas & The Black Messiah” (2:30). The guys discuss civics, community organizations and the social construct of “race” (8:05). They talk about the self-esteem of “Blackness”, his push for diversity in t…
 
Rapper Tobe Nwigwe joins Bomani Jones to discuss dealing with blackouts down in their hometown of Houston and the fame that he’s accumulated since we last had him on the show in 2018 (1:23). He dives into his collaboration with The Undefeated on “Music for the Movement” and the cover of “Wake Up Everybody” by Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes he did f…
 
Bomani Jones questions the upbringing of those who couldn’t appreciate Timberwolves F Anthony Edwards’ thunderous dunk over the weekend (1:24), discusses NBA players being “reluctant” to take part in a league PSA for taking the COVID-19 vaccine (18:58) and the (non-incident) incident with coach Deion Sanders at Jackson State (32:45). Plus, an IYHH …
 
Bomani Jones and Joel Anderson of Slate discuss calling places the names they “used to be” and why nobody should want to be the mayor of a city (0:59). Plus, just how difficult of a spot the state of Texas is in right now with unprecedented snowstorms and how communities generally respond to disasters (12:46), as well as why Louisiana is an outlier…
 
Bomani Jones dishes on Russell Wilson’s change of tone towards Seattle management and whether or not it’s warranted (1:12), J.J. Watt’s “mutually agreed upon” release and why it’s a false equivalency to Deshaun Watson’s situation (16:02), as well as strength coach Chris Doyle’s short-lived tenure with the Jaguars and why it was only possible becaus…
 
Bomani Jones and Roy Wood Jr. of "The Daily Show" fame discuss awkward visits to the doctor (2:05), Roy’s recent taping of “Finding Your Roots” with Henry Louis Gates (11:47), their most recent quarantine purchases (22:34) as well as the vaccine rollout and how it compares to food waste at fast food restaurants (28:09). Plus, pandemic pregnancies a…
 
Bomani Jones shares his thoughts on the legacies of Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes following their performances in the Super Bowl. What context should we view Brady in now that he’s a 7-time Super Bowl winner at the age of 43 (1:18)? What are the chances that Patrick Mahomes’ career turns out to be more of the same, or could this spell the end of do…
 
Dominique Foxworth joins Bomani Jones to discuss Bo busting his lip lifting weights and city snowball fights (4:35), as well as fights that have come from going a little “too far” with it (14:19). They then get into which football players in history had the most violent playing styles (28:32). The guys share their takes on what the Super Bowl means…
 
Bomani Jones discusses the Rams and Lions swapping QB’s in Jared Goff for Matthew Stafford (1:08). He discusses them as overvalued stocks, why he’ still not “ready” for the Super Bowl to be here (16:08), and how the passing of legendary Temple head coach John Chaney reminds him just how remarkable the situation with the Brooklyn Nets is (20:24). Pl…
 
Bomani Jones and Howard Bryant of ESPN discuss the “Rooney Rule” and the general absence of Black head coaches on the NFL sidelines following the Texans’ hiring of David Culley and quarterback Deshaun Watson’s official trade request in its wake (1:24). Baseball’s Hall of Fame did not elect new members this year, and the guys discuss what constitute…
 
Bomani Jones discusses the winners of Championship Sunday in the NFL, Kansas City and Tampa Bay (1:13). He dishes on the individual performances of Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes and whether or not the forthcoming Super Bowl amounts to the “greatest” matchup of quarterbacks in history, as well as the “end of the road” for the Bills and Josh Allen. P…
 
Bomani Jones and Vinnie Goodwill of Yahoo! Sports discuss the ups and downs of the NBA season thus far (1:00), including the possibility that NBA players will get the COVID-19 vaccine (4:48), the balance of the Nets several games into James Harden’s run with the team, and whether or not Kevin Durant’s game looks any more “fun” than it did in Golden…
 
Bomani Jones discusses the “Final Four” of the NFL Playoffs (1:06), including why the Saints electing to keep rolling with Drew Brees may have cost them a Super Bowl, as well as why they should be the first in line regarding Deshaun Watson’s availability in a trade from Houston. He also gets into why Kevin Durant’s level of play should be good news…
 
Bomani Jones is joined by former NBA great Vernon Maxwell to discuss the highlights of his career, including his time in San Antonio and why he fell in love with Houston (3:14), when Hakeem Olajuwon slapped him at halftime against the Sonics (8:51), when he fought Seattle G Gary Payton (14:50), his beef with Utah fans and the Jazz franchise (21:10)…
 
Bomani Jones discusses Alabama’s win over Ohio State in the National Championship (1:00), including just how the Crimson Tide became so dominant and whether or not it is the “best” way to crown a champion. He then delves into why America is not ready for this weekend’s Josh Allen-Lamar Jackson matchup (22:37) and why D’Angelo Russell asking members…
 
Bomani Jones and Spencer Hall of SEC Nation’s “Thinking Out Loud” try to find the humor in the moment (0:22), including horse policeman at the “Bayou Classic” and things we tolerate in sports coverage that we do not tolerate in news coverage (16:03). Plus, they discuss coaches that didn’t get fired this year and why Texas A&M HC Jimbo Fisher finish…
 
Bomani Jones resurrects his annual NFL coaching carousel conversation as it relates to the “Rooney Rule”, including Chiefs OC Eric Bieniemy’s candidacy for the most attractive jobs on the market (0:55). He also shares his reactions to Texas replacing HC Tom Herman with Steve Sarkisian (22:31) and whether or not Warriors G Stephen Curry’s 63-point g…
 
Bomani and Michael Smith discuss why the Lamar Jackson game from Monday night was a “legendary” performance (1:05), HBCU homecoming’s (10:01), and why James Harden is a symbol for when making accommodations for superstars goes wrong (19:22). Plus, the most important discussion of the year, Tecmo bowl as the “greatest” video game ever and fictional …
 
Bomani discusses the heroics of Lamar Jackson under pressure (of a different kind), and relates it to the incorrect assumption that he “has it out” for Josh Allen (1:05). Plus, Keyontae Johnson’s scary situation at Florida and why it is the “most important” thing happening in sports right now (26:06), Cleveland’s baseball team (not really) changing…
 
Bomani Jones and Domonique Foxworth discuss “culture Wednesday’s” on Get Up and showing up to high school parties ready to fight (0:21). Plus, truth-telling analysis of Bills QB Josh Allen and the difficulties in the passing game vs. the run that statistics tend to ignore (16:06), bad coaching as well as colleges or organizations that transform pla…
 
Bomani lambasts people for wanting the Jets to go 0-16 even if it nets them Trevor Lawrence in the draft (1:01) and shares why for Carson Wentz can’t be out of the picture for the Eagles despite losing his job to Jalen Hurts (14:00). Plus, James Harden’s future prospects (22:39) and part three of our Baseline series on the preps-to-pros pipeline of…
 
Bomani Jones and Spencer Hall of SEC Network’s “Thinking Out Loud” discuss the life and lasting image of Argentinian soccer legend Diego Armando Maradona following his passing at the age of 60 this past week. They get into his roller coaster lifestyle in the city of Naples and why there are so many parallels with college football (10:06), why his s…
 
Bomani tries to give the NFL some credit despite them not “looking” like they have a plan amidst games being rescheduled for COVID protocol (1:28). He gets into why the college football coaching carousel should continue to spin regardless of the situation as the season draws closer to a conclusion (21:46), and attempts to understand the psyche of N…
 
Bomani Jones and Vinnie Goodwill of Yahoo! Sports cover the Klay Thompson injury and what it means for the Golden State Warriors, including owner Joe Lacob trying to get their new arena open for fans in the middle of a pandemic with a non-contender (1:30). It was a banner first round of the NBA draft for Nigerian folks, and the guys discuss prospec…
 
Bomani takes a look at James Harden’s attempts to get out of Houston, including whether or not it makes sense to choose star teammates over fit (1:13). Is The Masters the biggest flex in the game (22:05) and how did the Sunday slate of NFL games look in its shadow (33:36)? Plus, part two of our Baseline series on the preps-to-pros pipeline of baske…
 
Bomani Jones and Master Tesfatsion of BR discuss his digital series “Untold Stories” (3:36), including generational differences across media platforms and the interviewees he has on the show (14:56). What are some of the best that he’s done? Who would he like to talk to in the future? Also, Aqib Talib as a color commentator and Master defends the h…
 
Bomani Jones shares his thoughts on the progress of Dolphins rookie QB Tua Tagovailoa and whether or not it rules Miami out of the Trevor Lawrence sweepstakes (0:56). Can you imagine if he ends up with the Cowboys? Bo can. Plus, the unrelated mistakes of coach Ed Orgeron as LSU-Bama gets delayed (24:12), remembering the Tuskegee Airmen ahead of Vet…
 
Bomani and Joel Anderson take their weekly offline discussion of the high school football stars that didn’t make it to the league to the pod, including why David Boston “messed up” DK Metcalf’s money (0:31). They discuss Southwest Conference history as well as the viability of the remainder of the college football season (20:38), and Joel shares th…
 
Bomani shares why you all should be ashamed of yourselves for getting Bears WR Javon Wims suspended for snatching another player’s mouthpiece (0:59), why Tom Brady might have gotten out of New England at the right time (no pun intended) (17:01), as well as a message for all on election day in the United States (27:41). Plus, part one of our Baselin…
 
Bomani and Howard Bryant discuss the Dodgers’ World Series championship and their problems with Game 6, including Justin Turner’s postgame decision to get on the field in light of a COVID-positive test (0:32) and Rays manager Kevin Cash’s decision to pull starter Blake Snell from the game early (46:43). They also get into the stunt that is Big Ten …
 
Bomani discusses the treatment of Odell Beckham Jr. in Cleveland following his season-ending injury, including why we should look at him like a prodigy rather than a malcontent (0:55). Are NFL players hindered after they return from a COVID diagnosis? Jaguars RB Ryquell Armstead gets shut down for the season due to complications (26:58) and LSU get…
 
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