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About Ms. Cream of the Crop

"Get On the Throne with The Elite Team" I'M THE HARDEST WORKING FEMALE YOU MAY EVER MEET!!! I am the owner of T.E.T. Entertainment L.L.C. About: We are a talent management/development agency based in Cleveland, OH. We also specialize in Entertainment event planning. Description of services: -Talent Development/Management -Consultation Services -Brand Management -Image Consulting -Multi-Media Solutions (videography/photography) -Entertainment event planning, production, & Marketing Services -Event professional photography -Host, Owner, Producer of "The Elite Radio Show" (Current) "Like" our Fanpage: -T.E.T. Entertainment presents: Sunday Dinner Cypher | Monthly Hip Hop Cypher held at Villa sneaker village hosted by: DJ Stoke| Videography: #HipHopDigital | Photography: R. Lamar Photos #Its_the_R -Operations Executive for Oh Tens Magazine. and OOH-WEE Magazine (2011-2013) -Ohio Hip Hop Awards Rep/Sponsor (2007-2013) -Recurring show: Cleveland Music Classic, which is held every quarter. We showcase Cleveland and surrounding cities musical talents. (2008-2010) -Full Sail University working towards my BA in Entertainment Business and a Masters in Sports Management. -FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER: -ADD ME ON FACEBOOK: -FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM: "Like" our radio show fanpage -"Like" our company page: ****SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY****THANKS******** I have my hand in so many projects. Ask me and I probably know how to do it or can find someone who does.

Rapsody, GZA & D’Angelo On A 9th Wonder track

ORIGINAL STORY: Following 2017’s Grammy-nomination run with Laila’s Wisdom, Rapsody is moving into her next album campaign. In late June, the Snow Hill, North Carolina MC revealed her plans through a cryptic video, that very briefly flashed the word “Eve” in addition to footage of great Black women across arts and culture, ranging from Beyoncé and Aretha Franklin to Lauryn Hill and Queen Latifah. Days later, the Jamla Records/Roc Nation artist confirmed to Essence‘s Sydney Scott that Eve is an album, planned for August.

Heads get their first taste today (August 2), and it’s another nod to iconic 1990s Hip-Hop. Rapsody enlists GZA and D’Angelo for “IBTIHAJ.” The collaboration, produced by 9th Wonder, honors The Genius’ 1995 breakout “Liquid Swords” from the LP of the same name.

After letting the momentum build (and D’Angelo doing a rendition of the original chorus), Rap’ spits, “When the MCs came to live out their name / Inscribed in the halls and the walls of fame / Balancing life, wrote both the yin and yang / Hands buried the man and they raised the son to reign / That’s a play on words, they say herb ain’t all the same / Slaves in prison and they some unchained / While everybody in my gang a star, DJ Preem’ / Screaming through the sun roof, ‘money still ain’t a thang’ / While I’m spending small bank, asking ‘where is my change?’ / Carpool with the homies, saving gas in my tank / I think like a billionaire, I spend less than I make / Strong minded, I should bench way more than my weight / Women been leading the way, since Roxanne Shanté / And the Unit had Flavor, and Jay had Marcy neighbors that waved.” In her verse (that keeps GZA’s opening line), Rapsody addresses maintaining core values through her success and fame. Throughout, she nods to Hip-Hop giants including Queen Latifah, the First Lady of the Juice Crew, DJ Premier, The Lady Of Rage, Wu-Tang Clan, and her Roc Nation honcho, JAY-Z.

GZA, who has been especially reserved in releasing music lately, raps about keeping his product and profile scarce. “When I’m so off the radar, it’s very hard to find me / In space, a selfie, with the Earth behind me / You follow the leader, the track is off the meter / A lot of Rap is weak, low frequency in the tweeters / Very inaudible, clock radio speakers / Quietly whispering is a world of WikiLeak-ers / Forget the gaudiness my method is nauseant / Transferring ideas into the brains of the audience / The street poet gave this special art form a global reach / I earned your ear, then your heart by giving the local speech / Weaving wonder with words as potent as a sorcery / Not witchcraft, but a list of terms in the glossary / Well-written rap, bound to have a great impact / On a listener for the fact it’s well intact / An MC should electrify, beautify, strive to / Empower, inspire, transform a world view,” spits the Brooklyn giant.

Murs & Rapsody Team Up On A Song Produced By 9th Wonder’s Daughter

As if GZA’s appearance were not rare enough, D’Angelo accents the homage with his multi-tracked vocal. 9th Wonder freaks the same sample RZA used, but does so differently. He lets another jewel in the record play into this beat.

Notably, the title references Ibtihaj Muhammad, the 2016 USA Olympic fencer. She was the first American to wear a hijab while competing on the historic and global stage. Winning the bronze, Muhammad became the first-ever Muslim-American woman to earn a medal. Given the June video, and May’s “Phylicia” (with Phylicia Rashad as its artwork), Rapsody may be titling her Eve tracks after her inspirations. Laila’s Wisdom had its aspects of concept, as Rap’ explained to AFH TV.

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David Letterman Talks Season 2: My Next Guest

David Letterman on season 2 guest Kanye West: “I think he’s so artistically smart”

David Letterman talks to NBC’s Willie Geist about his newly announced interview with Kanye West
David Letterman and NBC’s Willie Geist

David Letterman talks to NBC’s Willie Geist about his newly announced interview with Kanye West for the second season of his Netflix series, My Next Guest Needs No Introduction saying, “Kanye West. When I was done with Kanye, I kind of felt like I wanted– you want to kind of father him and I think he’s in good hands and I think he’s so artistically smart.”

Letterman added about the interview with West, “I was frightened honestly because I had only met him a couple of times on the show and I knew that depending on the day, you weren’t quite sure which path you were going to be on… he was working on what he calls his Sunday service and I didn’t know what to expect…and we went to it early in a sound studio in Burbank and it was remarkably spiritual…it was quite moving.”

More of Willie’s interview with David Letterman will air on Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist on Sunday, May 19.

Credit: NBC’s “Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist” with an airdate of Sunday, May 19



Credit: NBC’s “Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist” with an airdate of Sunday, May 19

WILLIE GEIST: So tell me more about the beard.

DAVID LETTERMAN: Well, you tell me about your toupee.

WILLIE GEIST: You went right to it.

DAVID LETTERMAN: I’ve been waiting to use that line for four years. I wish I had a story. It started out I was just tired of shaving. And then now, I’m afraid to see what’s under there. So, you know, there it is…Initially, it was just pure, ‘I’m tired of shaving’ and then, the longer it went — I wake up, and I forget that I have it honestly.


Credit: NBC’s “Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist” with an airdate of Sunday, May 19

WILLIE GEIST: As you sit here today, Dave, do you miss doing late night TV?

DAVID LETTERMAN: You know, the first year, I sure did. And when they wise up and let you go, you’ll go through it because you get into a rhythm and so I missed that…but the best part is I get to do stuff with my son, who is now 16.

DAVID LETTERMAN: People always say, ‘Well, you know, you’re not going to be the kid’s best friend. You’re going to be his’ — and I say screw that. Look at me. How much longer am I going to be around? I want to be the best friend, but, he’s not keen on me being his best friend.

WILLIE GEIST: So Harry as he moves into his teen years is not as keen on hanging  out with Dad as you’d hoped?

DAVID LETTERMAN: That’s right. I’ll tell you, at my age and you know, this is no breakthrough revelation. But the most secure I ever feel is when I’m around my son.

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