FM WorldWide’s Interview With Zieme Summer 2015 on Podcast

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Zieme is back on the Rave discussing his new single ‘Save My Girl’ LIVe on WRRR and check out his ‘Ice Cream’ conversation!

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FM WorldWide’s Interview with Karina Nistal on Podcast

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FM Worldwide on Rhythm Rave Radio’s exclusive interview with singer/songwriter Karina Nistal! LA’s music scene couldn’t be any hotter when this talented and diverse artist steps on the scene, and WRRR talks to her LIVE . Her extensive range, which consists jazz vocals on down tempo tracks, Spanish Hip Hop and reggaeton, Karina shares her passion and her music with her fans right here old and new, and we’re sure you don’t want to miss it! Featuring her hot singles ‘Rumors’ and ‘Like In Paradise’ ft Sand B and more!

 

WRRR Indie Artist Video Pick LIGHT IT UP by THE HMG ft: GROOVE, PG, PAR DA’GOD

WRRR Indie Artist Video Pick LIGHT IT UP by THE HMG ft: GROOVE, PG, PAR DA’GOD


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THIS IS THE NEW AND LATEST SINGLE BY THE HMG (GROOVE,PG,PARDA’GOD) COMING FROM DENVER COLORADO BKA NEW AMSTERDAM WHERE GOOD WEED AND MUSIC GO HAND IN HAND AND IS LEGAL!! THIS HARD HITTING YET LAID BACK SMOKERS ANTHEM IS DEFINITELY THE SONG TO “LIGHT IT UP” TOO!!

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FM WorldWide’s Exclusive Interview with Singer and Songwriter Kristina Nistal LIVE @ 8 PM MST!

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Tune in tonight on FM Worldwide for Rhythm Rave Radio’s exclusive interview with singer/songwriter Karina Nistal! LA’s music scene couldn’t be any hotter when this talented and diverse artist steps on the scene, and WRRR talks to her LIVE tonight starting at 8 PM MST. Her extensive range, which consists jazz vocals on down tempo tracks, Spanish Hip Hop and reggaeton, Karina shares her passion and her music with her fans right here old and new, and we’re sure you don’t want to miss it! Featuring her hot singles ‘Rumors’ and ‘Like In Paradise’ ft Sand B and more!

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FOX’S Next EMPIRE Artist Contest – Do You Have What It Takes To Win?

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Do you have what it takes to win?  Go to http://www.fox.com/empire/next-empire-artist-rules for the complete rules and regulations.  Below is the information on the grand prize.  Good Luck!!!!

 

The Submission Period begins on or about Thursday, July 16, 2015 and ends on Wednesday, September 23, 2015 at 11:59:59 p.m. Eastern Time

 

Grand Prize (1)

One (1) Grand Prize is available consisting of a 4-day / 3-night trip (the “Trip”) for the winning Solo or Group “GP Winner” to visit the set and appear on the television show EMPIRE.  The Trip is currently scheduled to take place in January, 2016, exact dates to be determined in the Sponsor’s sole discretion. The Trip will consist of the following:

(a.) Round-trip coach airfare for the GP Winner from a major airport with regularly scheduled commercial flights closest to GP Winner’s permanent residence to a Chicago-area airport (or, in Sponsor’s sole discretion, $500 in lieu of air travel if GP Winner lives within a 200-mile radius of the destination);

(b.) Three (3) nights hotel accommodation for GP Winner at a hotel to be selected by the Sponsor (one (1) room per person, room & tax only);

(c.) Airport transfer to and from the hotel in Chicago;

(d.) The opportunity for the GP Winner to appear on an episode of EMPIRE, as determined at the Sponsor’s sole discretion (“Appearance”)

(e.) Ground transportation to and from the EMPIRE set.

Approximate Maximum Retail Value (“ARV”) of Grand Prize: $5,000.

 

 

 

President Obama Under Pressure to Take Back Medal of Freedom Given to Bill Cosby

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Well the proverbial shoes are dropping all over the place for the once loved comedian Bill Cosby, as now cries for recalling his Medal of Freedom he received from The White House. Now people are petitioning President Obama to take it back.

ABC News

President Obama is under mounting pressure to revoke a Presidential Medal of Freedombestowed on embattled comedian Bill Cosby by former President George W. Bush in 2002. But even if he wanted to take it away, does he have the presidential power to make it happen?

A budding petition launched Wednesday on whitehouse.gov urging the president to take action had collected about 2,000 signatures as of this morning. At least 100,000 signatures are required for the White House to provide an official response to the petition.

PAVE, a nonprofit organization dedicated to sexual assault prevention and survivor empowerment, began the online petition Wednesday.

“The Presidential Medal of Freedom is the highest award bestowed on civilians for their contributions to society. Bill Cosby does not deserve to be on the list of distinguished recipients,” the petition states. “We urge the administration to take the unprecedented action of revoking this award.”

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When asked Wednesday whether the president is considering taking action, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest indicated it hadn’t reached the Resolute desk, referring to the desk Obama uses in the Oval Office.

“I haven’t, at this point, heard any discussion of taking that step,” Earnest told reporters during the daily press briefing.

The comedian, 77, was honored with the medal 13 years ago today, on July 9, 2002.

Cosby lawyer Marty Singer did not immediately respond to ABC News’ request for comment.

Earnest ticked off a number of steps President Obama has taken to counter sexual assaults, but admitted he was unsure whether the president had the authority to revoke the medal. He pledged to look into the issue, although a White House spokesman indicated not to expect any updates on that question today.

U.S. District Judge Eduardo Robreno unsealed excerpts this week from a 2006 deposition revealing the famous comedian admitted he obtained Quaaludes, a sedative, in the 1970s so that he could provide the drugs to young women he wanted to have sex with. Cosby’s lawyers objected to a question about whether the women knew what he was giving them, so he did not answer that.

During an interview in December, President Obama declined to comment directly on accusations against Cosby, telling Univision it was “important to not focus on one case.”

Earnest told reporters Wednesday he had not spoken with the president about news of Cosby’s comments in the unsealed deposition.