On this episode we talk with Dorothy Anthony, the winner of the Art Official Age sweepstakes. Dorothy won a trip to Paisley Park and had the opportunity to spend some time with Prince. Dorothy shares her amazing experience with the PodcastJuice family.
In this episode the fellas go in (pause) on Apple CEO Time Cook, nurse defies ebola quarantine, Street harassment? Things get deep when the conversation turns to black america and what influences played a factor in our morals. Were we to young back in the day to watch Purple Rain?
Michael Dean gets clowned over his old school rap video:
Also we talk about high school students having guns in there class photos, Kids standing up to bullies, Teachers having sex with students, Tyrese addressing gay rumors and Bill Cosby asks QStorm if he's gay. (True Story!)
We give a track for track review of Prince's 27th studio album 'Musicology'. Musicology was initially released in March 2004 with the start of the Musicology Tour and included with the price of the concert ticket. In April of the same year Prince joined forces with Sony to release a retail version of the album.
How does Musicology hold up 10 years later? Listen and found out.
Rev. Jim Wallis: “We say we’re Christians, but you know, white Christians, we act more like white people than Christians,” “If we acted more Christian, Black parents wouldn't be so afraid for their kids.”
Tablets breaking down, Big Smartphones, Michael Down autopsy, Cool Black Kids Job, President Obama playing political games with black voters, and Agents of SHIELD compared to the Marvel movies.
Snoop apologies to Iggy Azalea. Do black women hate Alicia Keys? Are whites artists doing more traditional R&B or are we not paying attention to black R&B artists? Bus driver fired from job for taking selfie with Kevin Hart. Worldstar high school: Teacher gets in fight with student. St Vincent movie review. More DC/Marvel debate.