Sep 122016
 

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We’ve got a new podcast called Kinda Dating and it’s going to help you get it in! We mean, find real love! But, for real, we mean, who actually says they’re in a relationship anymore? Which is why former MTV News producer, funny girl and serial dater, Natasha Chandel, and her happening cool guests, break down the dating world challenges and try to answer the proverbial question: why do we all have commitment issues?! Upcoming guests include Meltdown’s own Londyn Jackson, actor James Kyson and Bollywood superstar Sunny Leone! So sit on down and listen up and join us in welcoming our newest show on the Meltpodcast Network premiering today! The first guests are professional matchmakers Jaydi Samuels (also a writer for shows like Family Guy and currently Salem l WGN America) and Lauren Rosenberg (also VP of Development at Lionsgate)! They gave me all the hot tips on how to nail a first date!

Professional matchmakers break down the dos and don’ts of first dates to Natasha! Lauren Rosenberg (VP of Development at Liongstate) and Jaydi Samuels (writer for shows like “Family Guy” and “Salem”) reveal if you should show up on time and what not to say during dinner. Listen up and learn something on this smart, sexy, funny episode of Kinda Dating, presented by Meltdown Comics!

 

This week’s guest(s):

Lauren Rosenberg TW: @ellerowe IG:@lro_senberg Inquiries: lmrosenberg@gmail.com

Jaydi Samuels TW: @jesscallmejaydi

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Presented by Meltdown Comics

Creator and Host: Natasha Chandel

Producer and Audio Engineer: Mason Booker

Video Production: Bob Urda

Associate Producer: Aisha Holden

Theme Music: Joe Lorenzetti

Logo Character Illustration: Jenna Yenik

Logo and Motion Graphic Designer: kDaniel Ellis

Jun 282016
 

 

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In this episode we talk to west coast rap god, the pioneer of the drunken master style: mighty King Tee. He started in the eighties but captured the 90’s with his opus known simply as Tha Triflin’ Album which spoke of street life and partying but decidedly was NOT gangster rap even though he produced records for and shared studios with the likes of Ice Cube, Dr. Dre and DJ Quik.

Tee went on to co-found the group known as the Alkaholiks with Tash and J-ro and with a new radio venture and book in the works, we got a chance to catch up with the Ledge! We onsomehiphopshit.

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selfuno.com
blokhedz.net
www.uhhm.org
overtheedgebooks.com

T-shirts: https://www.teepublic.com/user/meltdownnetwork

Yeah. We str8 #onsomehiphopshit

produced by B. Schultz of Street Legends Ink and Adam Silverstein

Presented by Meltdown Comics

Our theme is Produced by King SMO of the Animal Crackers

Artwork by Self Uno.

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Sep 012012
 

Located on Sunset Boulevard’s Guitar Row, Peavey Hollywood gives musicians and music fans a new home in the heart of rock & roll, with a green-room vibe, high-end gear from the Peavey family of brands to play, and regular performances from world-class artists. Peavey is bringing its 47-year legacy of making the amps for music’s biggest stars and stages to Hollywood with a new showroom, artist relations headquarters and multimedia dealer education center.

The grand opening week of Peavey Hollywood will feature comics legend Stan Lee—who will sign Peavey Marvel electric guitars adorned with Super Hero graphics—

Wednesday, September 5, Marvel Day: Open at 10 a.m., Stan Lee at 6 p.m.