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Eps#22 KANU W/ Nate and B-Eazy

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In this episode w/ B-Eazy we talk about everything from Beyonce & Tidal drama to an upcoming rapper Chinx who was gunned down recently. We also give our thoughts on sports and homelessness in downtown L.A. Don’t miss this one it’s really good!! Please subscribe rate & review us on ITunes, Stitcher and TuneIn Radio. Thanks for listening.

 

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Eps#18 KANU W/ Nate and B-Eazy The DJ

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B-Eazy The DJ from L.A.

In this episode we cover a few things from a recent concert that B-Eazy went to this past week in L.A. featuring some East Coast legends. We also get into a deep conversation on who were the people that inspired B-Eazy to DJ in the 1st place. I can go on but I think you get the point! It’s a great talk as usual so listen and enjoy.
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“I See You” By August Films

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Just released today by August Films who KANU Entertainment partnered on this project with, “I See You” features upcoming talent Jonathan Chambers and was directed/edited Marquis Williams. Be on the lookout for more from these two young men. “I See You” keeps you drawn into what’s gonna happen next and the music choices are perfect for the setting. Considering there is no dialog, Jonathan Chambers keep’s you watching his every move.

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Interview with Monica Martoff in October 2012

 

Please enjoy this bio/interview with Monica Martoff who is now currently retired but still composing now into her early 70’s. This was recorded back in the fall of 2012 out here in L.A. while she was visiting me and my wife. In this interview we talk about a venue that existed in Hollywood to help up ‘n coming songwriters to be heard in front of industry insiders but still be incognito to everyone else. She really gives you a view of a carefree period that existed in the early 80’s and it reflected into the music that was out at the time. I do not include any of her music in this interview but more will be appearing soon online. I originally thought it would be cool but after re-listening to the interview I came to the conclusion it’s great on it’s own. So sit back and relax as we travel down memory lane and also get into the nut’s n bolts of songwriting. I hope you enjoy.

UPDATE:

Here is a website I found recently that is dedicated to the memory of the Los Angeles Songwriters Showcase and it gives you a much further history than what we covered in the interview.

Click Here!!