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Rhyme and punishment go hand in hand in America. Louder Than A Riot reveals the interconnected rise of hip-hop and mass incarceration. From Bobby Shmurda to Nipsey Hussle, each episode explores an artist's story to examine a different aspect of the criminal justice system that disproportionately impacts Black America. Hosted by NPR Music's Rodney Carmichael and Sidney Madden, this podcast is invested in power from all angles — the power the music industry wields over artists, the power of in ...
 
The Shout Louder Punk Podcast is the audio home of www.shout-louder.com, a UK zine for punks who don't like papercuts. In each episode we aim to bring you our take on the world of DIY punk, with plenty of new tunes, gig gossip and amusing anecdotes. We will be talking about gigs we've been to recently, albums we can't stop listening to as well as tales of some of the worst experiences we've ever had! Your hosts are Sarah Williams and Mark Bell. Sarah's a certified gig-addict and the puppet m ...
 
I am an inspirational/motivational author and I feel a need to make positivity and gratitude LOUDER. I feel that there is a LOT of negativity out there in the world today and we need to combat it by making positivity LOUDER so we can smother it out! With this podcast, I am doing my part in that, along with throwing in gratitude for that little extra! I hope to not only share my own experiences but also to have guests share their voices of positivity. I hope you keep tuning in as I keep on br ...
 
Revs. Dale Worley and Christy Snow cohost Music Speaks Louder Than Words, an hour of heartfelt music and commentary spotlighting New Thought artists delivering a powerful message of love, joy, and oneness. This program inspires and informs listeners with songs and adventures from your favorite New Thought artists and includes listener dedications as well as your personal stories of transformation from music that has touched your heart and soul. Music Speaks Louder Than Words reminds us that ...
 
Minnesota ladies, Hailey and Mary, are both gemini Ravenclaws and have literally nothing else in common. Strangers have approached them and told them that they are funny so they decided to share their passion for laughing and themselves with the world and start a Podcast. Join them every Sunday for general hilarity, inside jokes that they may never explain, and things you didn't want to know about people you never knew existed.
 
What if there was a voice that could be heard above all the conflicting noises of every day? What if a collection of speakers from around the world could come together and be louder than the chatter of the uninformed? Here, at Project Louder Than, we are proud to be researched, questioning, inspiring and inclusive. Project Louder Than mutes the world's leading distractions, and emphasizes the important issues.
 
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Hip-hop loves a hero's come-up, but the culture often has a hard time seeing women as heroes. Two years ago, when Louder Than A Riot editor Chiquita Paschal discovered she had a sister — who rapped — she quickly saw how that double standard can take shape. Chiquita's sister is Mary Enoch Elizabeth Baxter, aka Philly rapper Isis Tha Saviour. In this…
 
This instalment of the Shout Louder podcast features an interesting interview with Lesely-Anne O'Brien: label manager at Lockjaw Records and guitarist in Midwich Cuckoos. Lesley is an eternally upbeat, enthusiastic and dedicated member of the UK punk rock community who works tirelessly to help new bands get heard.We discuss the impact that COVID-19…
 
Steven gives a recap of the most important allegations leveled in yesterday's marathon hearing on Arizona voter fraud. He then highlights the Democrats' flip-flop on election security since 2016. Lastly, he reviews some of the latest news on COVID, including the retracted Johns Hopkins article. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/a…
 
Steven reviews Senator Mazie Hirono's insane takes on Big Tech censorship, then turns to review some data from Michigan that doesn't add up. Then Steven and the team review the latest video from The Cut, "What Are White People Superior At?" Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Six years after his arrest, Bobby Shmurda's fans are still anxiously awaiting his return. The rapper ultimately stayed loyal to his crew in court, but the chokehold of conspiracy law also left him with few other options. In our final chapter of Bobby's story, we follow his legal drama: cycling through defense lawyers, being strong-armed by prosecut…
 
Steven looks at the latest fake hate crimes, the possible impeachment of Governor Whitmer, and other hypocrisy from Democrats over COVID restrictions. He then continues Fraud Week, with a comprehensive look at the voting irregularities in Georgia. He finishes by explaining the problems of Biden's proposed student loan debt forgiveness. Learn more a…
 
Steven reviews the weekend violence in D.C. at the pro-Trump march, then turns to examine the use of Dominion Systems voting machines in the 2020 election. Finally, he looks at the science on catching COVID twice and whether the "experts" were right in the outrage over Rand Paul's recent comments. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.f…
 
Steven reviews the Trump team's legal case in Michigan and looks at what sworn affidavits allege took place during the vote count. He then covers Democrats' illegal calls for leftists to move to Georgia to swing the upcoming Senate elections and celebrates passing Louder with Crowder's archnemesis, the Young Turks. Learn more about your ad choices.…
 
Two young men grow up just blocks apart, each with aspirations to make it big. But while Bobby Shmurda sees his dreams come true, Bryan Antoine is killed by members of Bobby's crew. This is the story that lingers between the lyrics of Bobby's viral hit, "Hot N****." We talk to the family grieving Bryan's loss and review hours of incriminating GS9 p…
 
In this episode, I talk about sexual abuse, how it has affected me from a young age, and its effect on my relationships into adulthood. I hope me being vulnerable and open about my past traumas can help others going through something similar and not to feel alone. No more sweeping everything under the rug, but instead holding space and acknowledgin…
 
Just like his legendary disappearing hat, Brooklyn rapper Bobby Shmurda's career was on the rise in 2014. But so was the evidence in a murder case against his crew, GS9. In the first of three episodes exploring Bobby's story, we look at his come-up through the eyes of former Epic Records exec Sha Money XL, who guided Bobby on his tightrope walk fro…
 
In this episode, I talk about what it was like to grow up in an abusive household, how it shaped my childhood, and even the way I am today. I touch on sexual, physical, emotional, and psychological abuse. It’s not all doom and gloom, but it can get quite heavy at times. I find a lot of people either question my diagnosis, are curious, or have lived…
 
Steven Crowder takes to the streets to see how aware your average voter is of Trump's many denunciations of white supremacy and sees whether this context changes their opinion on his "fine people on both sides" comments. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Blaze Podcast Network
 
Steven recaps yesterday’s Big Tech hearing before the Senate, then covers the latest riots in Philadelphia. We then go live, on the ground in Philadelphia, with BlazeTV correspondent Elijah Schaffer to hear about his being attacked by looters and survey the destruction firsthand. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
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