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1. Ziggy - Passenger

Ziggy - Passenger

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2. Where The River Meets The Ocean (Featuring Equipto & Calina Lawrence)

Where The River Meets The Ocean (Featuring Equipto & Calina Lawrence)

In honor of Tupac Amaru Shakur...Died today September 13th

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3. Martin Lawrence

Martin Lawrence

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4. Chrome360 | THE FUTURE OF AIR POWER | Reflections on the Use of Modern Air Power | Lawrence Freedman

Chrome360 | THE FUTURE OF AIR POWER | Reflections on the Use of Modern Air Power | Lawrence Freedman

SIR LAWRENCE FREEDMAN, Emeritus Professor of War Studies, KING'S COLLEGE LONDON, on the use of air power from the First Gulf War to the present day, the importance of integrating air power into the broader political and strategic objective, and why our attempts at predicting the future are necessarily flawed. RECORDED at the conference on THE PRESENT AND FUTURE OF AIR POWER, held on 8-9 May 2018 at the UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS. PRODUCTION | ChromeRadio in partnership with the INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF WAR AND STRATEGY, SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS | Producer - Catriona Oliphant | Post-production - Chris Sharp.

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5. Lawrence Arnell (feat. Fel Sweetenberg) - "Rage Against the Machine"

Lawrence Arnell (feat. Fel Sweetenberg) -

As far as the Philly scene goes, few emcees can compare with veteran emcee Lawrence Arnell. A deadly entity that's worked with everyone from Jedi Mind Tricks to Army of the Pharaohs, he's been able to deliver a blend of hard hitting tracks and braggadocios bars that heads desperately crave for. Though the song doesn't share its likeness with the 90's rap rock band of the same name, "Rage Against The Machine," which is both produced by and featuring fellow statesman Fel Sweetenberg, is no exception to his stellar catalogue. The joint showcases his devotion to the game and while other rapper's are stuck competing with each other, Larry Legend is here to crush his enemies completely. "Rage Against the Machine" is featured as part of a recently released maxi-single alongside "Scared Money," which is now available through all major digital retailers. Buy-Links: • iTunes: http://bit.ly/S6MsU0 • Amazon: http://amzn.to/QZouck • Google Play: http://bit.ly/1pL0LMP • Spotify: http://spoti.fi/1fpMtNg About Lawrence Arnell: Singer/songwriter/rapper Lawrence Arnell was born and raised in the Francisville section of North Philly when Hip-Hop was a reflection and escape from the violent streets. This veteran emcee officially got his first professional start as a member of the group Deadly Snakes who were signed to Tommy Boy records with dates on the Lyricist Lounge Tour, placements on the soundtrack to Jet Li's 'Black Mask' film, and a co-sign from Prince Paul. It was at the 'All That' open mic nights at Philly’s Footworks where L would meet and befriend long time collaborators Jedi Mind Tricks, Outerspace and QD, Nuthouse, and Chops among others, that would lead him to walk with Pharoahs. Mr. Arnell has been featured on Nuthouse’s 12" Snap Your Neck 2 Dis, CAEN Project’s Ceasars’ 'Vengence,' King Syze’s 'Syzemology,' 'Labor Union,' 'Collective Bargaining,' and 'Union Terminology' LPs, Outerspaces’s 'God’s Fury,' Pacewon & Mr.Green’s 'The Only Number That Matters Is Won,' Vinnie Paz’s 'Season of the Assassin' and 'Carry On Tradition,' as well as the recently released and Top five iTunes selling In Death Reborn from AOTP. From the Footwork days to his recent collaborations, Lawrence Arnell has given hard-hitting, soulful music with no compromise.

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6. De$tino Jstaxx360 ft Lawrence Avila

  • Published: 2014-04-26T07:38:05Z
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De$tino Jstaxx360 ft Lawrence Avila

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7. Lawrence Arnell - Beast or Brethren (Now Available)

Lawrence Arnell - Beast or Brethren (Now Available)

SUPPORT ALBUM: smarturl.it/BeastOrBrethren VIDEOS:
 • “Pressure Cooker”: youtu.be/XmAX6FPmP0I 
• “Proof Positive”: youtu.be/pgqEjM0ZMFo “I want to show the world that you don’t have to pretend to be something you’re not in order to entertain.”—Lawrence Arnell on his debut album, 'Beast or Brethren' Philadelphia native Lawrence Arnell has been in the rap game for the long haul and isn’t ready to slow down anytime soon. With over two decades under his belt—you also know his work under the name Diamondback—Arnell has seen it all and then some. But he’s mature and wise enough to live in the present and glance at the future, all while crafting some of his most authentic and finest music to date on his proper solo debut, 'Beast or Brethren.' He may have a number of releases to his discography, but this LP marks a major step forward for the rapper who made a name for himself with raw rhymes alongside Jedi Mind Tricks and the expanded Army of the Pharoahs crew. There may be ferocious barbs littered throughout BoB, but there’s a genuine artistry at hand, too, that exceed beyond battle bars and bravado. You can hear this on the real-life immediacy of both “Dirty Larry” and “Real Recognize” (feat. Baby Blak and Frank Koufax). The album is grounded not just by Arnell’s strong songwriting chops—his vocals have never sounded better—but also the musical talents of Rob Viktum, who produced the entire project. There’s an instantly recognizable gel between the two, which Arnell chalks up to Viktum’s unique approach that allows for the chance for emcees to really breathe on the track. This is particularly evident on standout cut “When The Wind Blows,” a sentimental joint from Arnell who flexes his multiple talents and digs deep into his soul for a tale about a life tragically cut short. And as it turns out, it’s a very personal one for him to tell. “I wrote that record about my brother,” he explains, adding that the subject matter may be a bit old, but “it’s so relevant today.” “It’s such a rich record, and comes from such a personal space,” Arnell says. He notes that it’s “hands down my favorite on the album”—and it’s hard to disagree. “When The Wind Blows” is a gripping look into the artist’s personal pain, and it’s also one of his most tightly written songs to date. It’s only fitting, then, that it’s the final track on an album that took years to piece together. He may have released other projects in his career, but Beast or Brethren feels like the culmination of something major for Arnell. And lucky for us, he’s just getting started. In promotion of Arnell’s long awaited debut effort, the Philly spitter is pleased to christen his album launch with the MDot Media-directed visuals for the project’s opening cut, “Pressure Cooker.” Check out the visuals, and head over to the digital retailer of your choice to support, 'Beast or Brethren,' which is available now via Cinema7 Multimedia Group. Twitter:
 • Lawrence Arnell: twitter.com/arnelllawrence • Rob Viktum: twitter.com/RobViktum Lawrence Arnell Online: 
 • Facebook: www.facebook.com/lawrence.arnell
• Instagram: www.instagram.com/lawrence_arnell_official

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8. Lawrence Arnell - Scared Money/Rage Against The Machine (Maxi Single)

Lawrence Arnell - Scared Money/Rage Against The Machine (Maxi Single)

Buy-Links: • iTunes: http://bit.ly/S6MsU0 • Amazon: http://amzn.to/QZouck • Google Play: http://bit.ly/1pL0LMP • Spotify: http://spoti.fi/1fpMtNg About Lawrence Arnell: Singer/songwriter/rapper Lawrence Arnell was born and raised in the Francisville section of North Philly when Hip-Hop was a reflection and escape from the violent streets. This veteran emcee officially got his first professional start as a member of the group Deadly Snakes who were signed to Tommy Boy records with dates on the Lyricist Lounge Tour, placements on the soundtrack to Jet Li's 'Black Mask' film, and a co-sign from Prince Paul. It was at the 'All That' open mic nights at Philly’s Footworks where L would meet and befriend long time collaborators Jedi Mind Tricks, Outerspace and QD, Nuthouse, and Chops among others, that would lead him to walk with Pharoahs. Mr. Arnell has been featured on Nuthouse’s 12" Snap Your Neck 2 Dis, CAEN Project’s Ceasars’ 'Vengence,' King Syze’s 'Syzemology,' 'Labor Union,' 'Collective Bargaining,' and 'Union Terminology' LPs, Outerspaces’s 'God’s Fury,' Pacewon & Mr.Green’s 'The Only Number That Matters Is Won,' Vinnie Paz’s 'Season of the Assassin' and 'Carry On Tradition,' as well as the recently released and Top five iTunes selling In Death Reborn from AOTP. From the Footwork days to his recent collaborations, Lawrence Arnell has given hard-hitting, soulful music with no compromise.

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9. Thoughts In The 360 Single (Prod. Superstaar Beat) Music Video In Description

Thoughts In The 360 Single (Prod. Superstaar Beat) Music Video In Description

Thoughts In The 360 Single (Prod. Superstaar Beat) https://youtu.be/fPlgQqrE-es

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11. LBC Radio: Stephen Lawrence/Duwayne Brookes voicer, July 2013

LBC Radio: Stephen Lawrence/Duwayne Brookes voicer, July 2013

20 second voice report on revelations that the Metropolitan Police bugged conversations with Duwayne Brookes- a key witness in the Stephen Lawrence case.

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12. Scientology's Sea Voyage - Lawrence Wright

Scientology's Sea Voyage - Lawrence Wright

In “Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood and the Prison of Belief, ” Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and New Yorker staff writer Lawrence Wright dissects the religion in meticulous detail. Parts of its origin story sound like an incredible, epic saga -- including a chapter on L. Ron Hubbard’s years at sea, on the run from various governments and perfecting his doctrine. "Hubbard called himself 'The Commodore,'" Wright explained to Kurt Andersen. "He brought in a bunch of young people" to help him operate the ship, "and that Navy became the clergy of the church today." One of their many missions was to find a hidden space ship buried on Crete. Hear the full interview this weekend on Studio 360: http://www.studio360.org/

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13. what you liking Now Jstaxx360 FT Lawrence Avila

  • Published: 2014-04-26T17:45:38Z
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what you liking Now Jstaxx360 FT Lawrence Avila

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14. Pop Culture Report with Maria Santana

Pop Culture Report with Maria Santana

Maria Santana dishes the dirt!

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17. Newsline for WRHU

Newsline for WRHU

WRHU's feature news program Newsline hosted by Sean Bates and Jessica Ma

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18. Olympic Gymnastics Tour at Barclays Center 12.12.16

Olympic Gymnastics Tour at Barclays Center 12.12.16

Emily Sauchelli reporting on the Olympics Gymnastics Tour at the Barclay's Center for WRHU

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