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In the US, hip hop reigns as the genre that influences every aspect of our culture. From fashion to film, the dominance of this prolific sound can be traced back to one year - 1988. From Public Enemy to The Fresh Prince, these twelve months gave rise to the superstars and styles that still resonate in songs released today. Through the unique perspective and personal experiences of Will Smith, Class of ’88 reveals the milestone moments, albums and artists that inspired a sonic evolution and s ...
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The Will Smith Podcast

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Will Smith fans from around the world bring you the latest news and discussions on Will Smith. Tune in to hear about Will Smith music, Jazzy Jeff and Fresh Prince, Fresh Prince of Bel Air, DJ Jazzy Jeff and Will Smith Movies.
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J Nolan is an independent Hip-Hop artist, songwriter, event curator, and advocate for music business education. Born in New Haven, CT and raised in the southside of Atlanta, he began taking his craft seriously at the age of 13 and has since undertaken the journey of pursuing music relentlessly. His songs are honest portrayals of life experiences that place his dreams, pain, and joy on display for the world to get in tune with his perspectives. In 2013, J Nolan was introduced to the world of ...
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Join @TheJazzyBelle weekly for her fresh and entertaining takes on all things NFL! Send in your questions, comments, analysis, "Why I Love The Game" letters and audio clips to TheBelleOnBall@gmail.com!
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Let me take you on a musical journey and bring out our best feelings from the past, present and future. Uplift your spirits and emotions. Be positive, outward and onward... Take the music where ever you go and enjoy. Each intro, track, middle and ending carefully chosen and mixed together for your best listening pleasure. I thank you for listening and grateful if you love, share and follow me ! Positive feedback welcome ! Peace and Love Guy F
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Welcome to Bel-Air: The Official Podcast, hosted by DJ Jazzy Jeff and Miles Gray. Each week, join Jeff and Miles in honest and open conversations with the visionaries - both behind the scenes and in front of the camera - who brought this fresh, dramatic reimagining of an iconic sitcom into the present day. Each episode, Jeff and Miles will sit down with a guest (or two) to ask their own burning questions of the show’s creators, and break down the themes the show addresses with their real-wor ...
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Promo Mix show featuring Ricardo Katsuki. Expect to hear hit music, new music, exclusive Remixes ,Mash-Ups, Bootlegs and creative DJing in every episode. New episodes are released every last day of the month These mixes are strictly for promotional use only and are not for sale.
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In 1988, Salt-N-Pepa found that they had “crossed over” with their hit song Push It. But success came with its own set of problems, especially for female rappers. Featured voices: Salt-N-Pepa and Roxanne Shante. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
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In the summer of 1988, Public Enemy dropped an album that would take them to the top of the charts, to front page news, and even to a stage in New York’s most notorious jail – Rikers Island. Featured voices: Public Enemy and Chuck D. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-se…
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Hip hop started as a DJ-led medium. But with the rise of rappers like Rakim and Queen Latifah, MC’s were moving to center stage. Featured voices: Queen Latifah, Rakim, and DJ Red Alert. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
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Run-DMC were the kings of hip hop. But in 1988, they faced new competition from a generation of artists they had helped inspire. Featured voices: Run-DMC and Darryl “DMC” McDaniels. Listen to Class of 88 wherever you get your podcasts, or you can binge the entire series ad-free on the Amazon Music, Audible, or Wondery App. See Privacy Policy at htt…
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In January of 1988, the music industry was treating hip hop like a fad. But that was all about to change – along with the lives of two kids from Philly. Host Will Smith brings us straight into the most pivotal year in hip hop history. It started at the Battle for World Supremacy, the world’s largest DJ competition in NYC. Featured voices: Will Smit…
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Let me take you on a musical journey and bring out our best feelings from the past, present and future. Uplift your spirits and emotions. Be positive, outward and onward... Take this music where ever you go when you need it. Each intro, track, middle and ending carefully chosen and mixed together for your best listening pleasure.…
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Hip hop reigns as the genre that influences every aspect of our culture. From fashion to film, the origins of this prolific sound can be traced back to one year - 1988. Through the unique perspective and personal experiences of host Will Smith, Class of ’88 reveals the milestone moments, albums and artists that inspired a sonic evolution and secure…
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"Ooh, ooh, yeah!"Lotto is the latest release from Atlanta wordsmith, J Nolan, expressing how good it feels to finally make some headway in his musical journey. Produced by Major Seven and King BNJMN, this song has endless club and radio potential. The #SoufSideNolan era is here, album on the way!By Fresh & Local
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In the last episode of the season, DJ Jazzy Jeff and Crissle West talk to co-showrunners T.J. Brady and Rasheed Newson about the highlights of season one, and get a sneak peek at what’s coming in season two. Watch tensions explode as Will finally gets answers about his dad on the season finale of Bel-Air, streaming now on Peacock. Learn more about …
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Join hosts DJ Jazzy Jeff and Crissle West as they talk to co-showrunner Rasheed Newson and actress Akira Akbar (Ashley) about Ashley’s exploration of her sexual identity and why it’s so important to the show to tell stories like hers. Watch as Will’s desire to know more about his father tests long-standing relationships in the Banks family in the n…
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Today, hosts DJ Jazzy Jeff and Crissle West talk to actors Jabari Banks (Will) and Cassandra Freeman (Aunt Viv) about tensions between the Banks family members, why this version of the family doesn’t seem as unbreakable as the original’s, and Will’s need to know more about his dad. Find out why Will hasn’t seen his West Coast family in a decade, an…
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Today, DJ Jazzy Jeff and guest cohost Miles Gray talk to actors Coco Jones (Hilary) and Jordan L. Jones (Jazz) about the significant role social media plays in this modern-day version of the series, the authenticity of the food on the show, and the romance that’s growing between their characters. Watch tensions come to a boil between Phil and Viv, …
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Today, host DJ Jazzy Jeff and guest cohost Miles Gray of The Daily Zeitgeist talk to co-showrunner TJ Brady and actor Olly Sholotan (Carlton) about the decision to prominently depict mental health issues on screen in ways that the original ‘90s sitcom could not. Watch Carlton’s continued battle with anxiety and its impact on his relationship with W…
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In this episode, hosts DJ Jazzy Jeff and Aida Osman talk to actor Adrian Holmes (Uncle Phil) about getting the call to play an iconic part, paying homage to James Avery (the original Uncle Phil) while taking the role in a new direction, and how success can look different to different people. Watch Will grapple with his own conception of success as …
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Today, DJ Jazzy Jeff and Aida Osman talk to Director and Executive Producer Morgan Cooper and Co-showrunner Rasheed Newson about how essential fashion and art are to establishing Bel-Air’s modern day authenticity; then they bring on composers Terrace Martin and Robert Glasper who reveal their process for adding another critical layer of reality to …
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Welcome to Bel-Air: The Official Podcast. In this episode, DJ Jazzy Jeff and Aida Osman sit down with Director and EP, Morgan Cooper to talk about the impetus for the show, the moment the idea struck him to make a short film that then went viral, and why it was so important for Will’s West Philly origin story to take centerstage in this iteration. …
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Join hosts DJ Jazzy Jeff and Aida Osman for a weekly look at the new Peacock Original series Bel-Air, premiering Sunday February 13th. They’ll talk to the visionaries who reimagined the iconic sitcom as a modern day drama, exploring the real-world themes the show tackles head on, with guests like show-creator Morgan Cooper, creatives behind the sce…
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Exclusive interview with DJ Jazzy Jeff on how he met Will Smith and they formed Jazzy Jeff and Fresh Prince. Jazzy Jeff answers questions from fans around the world. He speaks on their early hits like Girls Aint Nothin But Trouble and Parents Just Dont Understand.We hear how they became worldwide rap superstars. Hear an amazing insight from Jeff in…
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"Re-Up" by J Nolan is featured in the new Kevin Hart comedy special "Zero F**ks Given," available now on Netflix. The song was used as Kevin Hart's entrance music while coming to the stage and played again during the entirety of the film's credits.Song produced by Chris DececioCourtesy of Ninja TuneBy Fresh & Local
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