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Eugina O Liberty appears on the MAM Show

Mr Urowbo dropped in with another edition on the MAM Show on London Hott Radio with a special guest, Eugina O Liberty.

Eugina O Liberty is an international Pleasure and Intimacy Coach and co- founder of Academy of Conscious Sexuality.

I will be interviewing The Orgasmic Queen on Wednesday the 11th of September in a special after water shed show at 9pm.

Pleasure is everybody’s birth right.

Ms. Lauryn Hill Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire. Friday 21st June 2019

Friday, June 21st, 2019
4:00 PM
Genres:
Other, Hip Hop, Ambient, Electronic, R&b/soul

Ms. Lauryn Hill’s prolific rhymes catapulted her into the public eye as a member of the Fugees & as a solo artist with her debut The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill

DJ Jazzy Jeff’s House Party Ft NAO DJ Set Electric Brixton, London 12th April 2019

DJ Jazzy Jeff’s House Party Ft NAO DJ Set

Electric Brixton, London
Friday 12th April 2019
11:00pm til 5:00am 
Jazzy Jeff, the celebrated American DJ and hip-hop icon, brings his legendary house party to Electric Brixton this Spring, and announces a special DJ set by left-field pop princess of the moment, Nao.

Having built a reputation as one of the best parties around, Jazzy Jeff’s house party has tantalised crowds with surprise special guests and an electric atmosphere in recent years, and this promises to be one of his biggest yet…

Announced today as a very special guest DJ, acclaimed East London-raised singer-songwriter Nao will take to the stage with a highly-anticipated set, spinning the best in R&B, solidifying her place as one of the most exciting, alternative artists working today.

The ‘Make It Out Alive’ singer has been touring the planet, winning audiences over with her selfprofessed ‘wonky funk’ sound since her debut release in 2014.

Jazzy Jeff, the celebrated American DJ and hip-hop icon, brings his legendary house party to Electric Brixton this Spring, and announces a special DJ set by left-field pop princess of the moment, Nao.

Having built a reputation as one of the best parties around, Jazzy Jeff’s house party has tantalised crowds with surprise special guests and an electric atmosphere in recent years, and this promises to be one of his biggest yet…

Announced today as a very special guest DJ, acclaimed East London-raised singer-songwriter Nao will take to the stage with a highly-anticipated set, spinning the best in R&B, solidifying her place as one of the most exciting, alternative artists working today.

The ‘Make It Out Alive’ singer has been touring the planet, winning audiences over with her selfprofessed ‘wonky funk’ sound since her debut release in 2014.

Nao went on to perform at Glastonbury Festival, and made the long-list of BBC Sound of 2016, placing third overall. She was nominated for a Brit Award in 2017 for Best British Female Solo Artist. Nao is currently seducing fans on both sides of the Atlantic with new album ‘Saturn’, released in October 2018, continuing her reign as a musical force to be reckoned with.

Hosting this legendary party; hip-hop powerhouse Jazzy Jeff is known for his turn in seminal TV show Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, but he is also a musical pioneer who has won three Grammy Awards, three American Music Awards, two NAACP Awards, two Soul Train Music Awards and an MTV Music Award throughout his illustrious career.

As an influential DJ, Jazzy Jeff has to be one of the most accomplished in the world, with turntable skills honed over decades. He continues to represent with his solo projects, collaborations, mixtapes and live shows – including the huge popular and successful house party series.

This promises to be a night not to be missed, as a hip-hop hero and electronic-pop royalty combine for one of the biggest parties of the year so far.

Music Genres:

Hip Hop, R&B

London’s Knife Crime Emergency: ON A KNIFE EDGE (Full Length Documentary)

In the wake of multiple knife-related murders in the UK’s capital, activist and ex-gang member Josh Osbourne takes an in-depth look at the “code of silence”. This is an entrenched mindset that regularly stops young people from going to the authorities, in fear of being labelled a “snitch”. Britain’s most senior police officer attributes the recent spate of murders to austerity, drug markets, police cuts and social media, yet despite a controversial crack-down targeting drill music videos, the number of deaths keep rising. Josh follows the grieving families struggling to find justice and answers in their own communities. He speaks to an active gang member about how reputation is a fiercely protected social capital and shame can be a gateway to violence. He learns that surviving a knife attack is no longer seen as a close call, but a badge of honour, and how the consequences of knife crime stretch beyond simply life and death. The film explores how the internet has profoundly altered the way conflicts are instigated and unravel on London’s streets, and how the communities affected are reacting to this. As London remains in the throes of a knife crime epidemic, VICE takes a look at one of the most important domestic issues of our time.

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