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1. Forever

Forever

All I rap is the truth. Everything I do is real.

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2. Everyday

Everyday

All I rap is the Truth. Everything I do is Real.

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3. Late Bloomer Podcast EP 1 feat. Nickelus F, Radio B, Joey Gallo & Easalio

Late Bloomer Podcast EP 1 feat. Nickelus F, Radio B, Joey Gallo & Easalio

This is the third attempt at our first episode. Things developed so quickly that our episodes were becoming dated the same day we recorded them. We recorded this last night and made sure to get it right out. You'll be able to find the video on youtube, but not just yet.

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4. Late Bloomer Podcast EP 2 feat. Nickelus F, Radio B, Mad Skillz, Michael Millions & Fly Anakin

Late Bloomer Podcast EP 2 feat. Nickelus F, Radio B, Mad Skillz, Michael Millions & Fly Anakin

This is second episode of The Late Bloomer Podcast, trying to get the hang of this thing. This episode was fun and featured three generations of Richmond hip hop in the room. Our special guests were Skillz and Fly Anakin, hopefully we can have both of these guests back with us again. This week we covered the anti-climatic end to the Pusha T and Drake feud, Ye, Streams of Thought, Bron and the run away tank that round through the cap city! Tune in subscribe and share!

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5. The Late Bloomer by Ken Baker, read by Ken Baker

  • Published: 2016-09-01T05:22:51Z
  • By PRH Audio
The Late Bloomer by Ken Baker, read by Ken Baker

Soon to be a feature film, The Late Bloomer is the revealing, harrowing and often funny memoir of a celebrity journalist and former hotshot hockey player who discovers that he has been biochemically infused with a female hormone. On the surface, Ken Baker seemed a model man. He was a nationally ranked hockey goalie; a Hollywood correspondent for People; a guest-lister at celebrity parties; and girls came on to him. Inside, though, he didn't feel like the man he was supposed to be. Although attracted to women, Ken had little sex drive and thus even less of a sex life. To his anguish, he repeatedly found himself unable to perform sexually. And, regardless of strenuous workouts, his body struggled to build muscle, earning him the nickname "Pear" from his macho teammates. Physically, matters turned bizarre when he discovered that he was lactating. The testosterone-driven culture in which Ken grew up made it agonizingly difficult for him to seek help. But in time he discovered something that lifted years of pain, frustration, and confusion: a brain tumor was causing his body to be flooded with massive amounts of a female hormone, which was disabling his masculinity. Five hours of surgery accomplished what years of therapy, rumination, and denial could not -- and allowed Ken Baker to finally feel -- and function -- like a man. Now Ken's story comes to the screen in the feature film, The Late Bloomer, starring Academy Award-winner J.K. Simmons and Jane Lynch.Available for purchase at:AmazonBarnes & NobleBooks A MillionHudson BooksellersIndieBoundPowell'sTargetWalmartGoogle Play StoreiBooksKoboAudible - Audiobook (Downloadable format)audiobooks.com - Audiobook (Downloadable format)downpour - Audiobook (Downloadable format)eMusic - Audiobook (Downloadable format)

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6. Influential

Influential

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7. Stinkbug In My Brownie - Joe Keyes & The Late Bloomer Band

Stinkbug In My Brownie - Joe Keyes & The Late Bloomer Band

From the forthcoming full-length "Forever Is A Long Time" from Baltimore's Joe Keyes & The Late Bloomer Band. Record release party at Tropicalia in DC on Saturday, Sept 6. Joe Keyes is equal parts front man, poet and band conductor. The Freehold, NJ, native found his orchestra in late 2009 in The Late Bloomer Band, a concoction of Baltimore-area musicians. The band takes audiences back to the days of Miles Davis and early P-Funk, when big bands were lead by strong forces of individuals. The band’s brand of live improvisation and musical sophistication presents a different experience at every show. While Keyes draws inspiration from musical mentors Gil Scott-Heron, George Clinton, Joe Bowie and Sun Ra, The Late Bloomer Band brings a modern interpretation to funk, jazz, rock and a variety of other genres. The Late Bloomer Band’s members, in their mid-20s, help keep 54-year-old Keyes young and come from locally established bands. Having grown together musically, the band’s polished tightness has landed collaborations with George Clinton and members of Parliament/Funkadelic. Also live shows featuring original Fishbone members Angelo “Dr. Madd Vibe” Moore and Norwood Fisher.

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8. Why Jimmy Fallon Is Losing the Late-Night War | The Watch (Ep. 226)

  • Published: 2018-02-13T00:45:49Z
  • By The Watch
Why Jimmy Fallon Is Losing the Late-Night War | The Watch (Ep. 226)

The Ringer’s Chris Ryan and Alison Herman discuss Jimmy Fallon and his current place among late-night hosts (4:30). They also discuss HBO’s new show, ‘Here and Now’ (16:00). Later, Andy Greenwald sits down with Alex Kapranos and Bob Hardy of Franz Ferdinand (23:00).

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11. Herbie Jam

Herbie Jam

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12. Afro Funk

Afro Funk

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14. The Late Bloomer Advantage In Sports

The Late Bloomer Advantage In Sports

“The Sports Gene” author, David Epstein, joins me for a conversation that will empower young athletes, their parents, and coaches. Our launching point is the case of late blooming QB Carson Wentz, the number 2 pick in the 2016 NFL draft. Did Wentz rise to the top despite the fact that he was a late bloomer, or because of it? The answer has profound implications for youth sports. Epstein’s superb synthesis of sports science studies (combined with his personal experience as an athlete) finds that, in most sports, specializing early puts young athletes at a disadvantage as they approach college age. What is the best approach to maximizing a person’s athletic potential? Epstein provides actionable intelligence on the key concept of “trainability.” And it does not depend on 10-thousand hours of practice.

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15. Ken Baker, Author of The Late Bloomer

Ken Baker, Author of The Late Bloomer

"My book is about a young man whose body is at war with itself and the enemy was unknown to him."

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