Live in Minneapolis: Mod Sun Makes Sway His Hype-man While Performing “Two”

Live in Minneapolis: Mod Sun Makes Sway His Hype-man While Performing “Two”

Happy to be here, Mod Sun joins us on our Minneapolis edition of Sway in the Morning – and he brought all the good vibes with him!

With his mother on the side of the stage, Mod recruits Sway and the crowd as his hypemen during his performance of “Two.”

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Sway in the Morning Concert Series: Talib Kweli’s Protege K’Valentine Performs Live In-Studio

It’s no secret that the city of Chicago has an exploding hip-hop scene and K’Valentine is one example of the musical talent prevalent in the windy city. The Talib Kweli protégé stopped by the morning show to tell us all about her new album Here For A Reason, which is set to release Friday.

The Chicago-based hip-hop artist opens up to us about her upbringing and what she learned from issues that emerged in her household. She breaks down what inspired the empowering track “She.” “It’s great when you can find love and when you can find a partner, but you need to already be whole.”

K’Valentine details meeting the legendary rapper, Talib Kweli backstage after a performance and eventually signing to his label Javotti Media. On a different occasion Valentine also made her way backstage to introduce herself to the phenomenal poet and civil rights activist, Maya Angelou.

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GGN with Demetrius Shipp Jr – FULL EPISODE

GGN with Demetrius Shipp Jr – FULL EPISODE

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Portraying an icon is one of the most difficult things an actor can do. When the subject is well-known and beloved, critics and audiences scrutinize the performance more than they would a regular role. If an actor doesn’t nail the look, mannerisms, and soul of the person, the world will absolutely flame them.

Actor and producer Demetrius Shipp Jr. knew what he was getting into playing Tupac Shakur, arguably the most iconic rapper of all time, in the upcoming Benny Boom-directed biopic “All Eyez on Me,” but that didn’t deter him from accepting the opportunity and the challenge. And, according to Snoop, who was good friends with Pac and has seen the movie, Shipp, Jr. nailed it in every way.

On the newest episode of GGN, Demetrius Shipp Jr. joins Snoop to talk about his experiences being around Death Row as a child (his dad was in the music industry and worked on Makaveli with Pac), learning about the legend for the role, and the audience response, as well as Snoop stories about meeting Pac and smoking his first ever blunt with him and the age-old debate of weaves and extensions vs. natural hair.

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NBA Development League To Become NBA Gatorade League

NBA Development League To Become NBA Gatorade League

Beginning with the 2017-18 season, the NBA Development League (NBA D-League) will be renamed the NBA Gatorade League (NBA G-League) as part of a multiyear expanded partnership announced today by the National Basketball Association (NBA) and Gatorade. This marks the first time a U.S. professional sports league has named an entitlement partner.

As part of the partnership, the NBA and Gatorade unveiled a new NBA G-League logo that will be featured across all game balls, team jerseys, on-court signage, and league digital assets. Additionally, Gatorade will incubate its latest product and equipment innovations into NBA G-League locker rooms, and teams will have the opportunity to collaborate with Gatorade to help players maximize their athletic potential and on-court performance.

Through the Gatorade Sports Science Institute (GSSI), the sports fuel company will collaborate with the NBA G-League on programs to enhance player sports performance and recovery. Since 1985, GSSI has helped athletes optimize their sports performance and well-being through research, education, innovation and providing high-caliber sports nutrition science services. GSSI scientists will partner with the NBA G-League on player nutrition and training programs, incorporating the newest technology and innovations in Gatorade testing, product and equipment.

Founded as a league to develop NBA talent, the NBA D-League has become an integral part of the NBA family, with 40 percent of current NBA players having spent time in the NBA D-League and four current NBA head coaches starting as coaches on NBA D-League benches. The league has tripled in size from eight teams during the inaugural 2001-02 season to a record 25 teams for the 2017-18 campaign. NBA owners have increasingly invested in the NBA D-League, with 15 NBA clubs purchasing an NBA D-League team since the 2012-13 season, bringing the total number of NBA-owned minor league franchises to 20 for next season.

“As one of the most iconic brands in the world and a founding partner of the NBA Development League, Gatorade is an ideal fit for this first-of-its-kind partnership,” said Mark Tatum, NBA Deputy Commissioner and COO. “The NBA D-League has prepared hundreds of players for the NBA and Gatorade has always been focused on fueling players to perform at the highest level. We look forward to collaborating with the renowned GSSI team to enhance player development and our game.”

Connectivity between the NBA and the NBA’s official minor league continues to grow. Recent changes to the NBA’s Collective Bargaining Agreement have reinforced that synergy, as NBA teams will be able to have up to two “two-way players” on their rosters beginning next season. These “two-way players” will gain experience in the NBA, but will primarily play in the NBA G-League as part of their NBA journeys.

“We have more than 50 years of experience working with athletes and using those insights to help improve athletic performance through innovative sports fuel and equipment,” said Brett O’Brien, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Gatorade. “This expansion of our NBA partnership is a great opportunity to not only work with the elite athletes of the NBA G-League, but also continue to lead the evolution of basketball performance.”

The partners will also collaborate on custom, behind-the-scenes video content which will capture NBA G-League players on their respective journeys, highlighting a shared commitment to enhancing performance through innovation.

A founding partner of the NBA D-League, Gatorade will continue to present the league’s Gatorade Call-Up platform. Since 2001, there have been nearly 500 Gatorade Call-Ups from the NBA D-League to the NBA.

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Laverne Cox Breaks Down Transgender Mystery + GRAMMYs and Metallica Backlash

Laverne Cox Breaks Down Transgender Mystery + GRAMMYs and Metallica Backlash

Actress, producer and LGBTQ advocate, Laverne Cox joined us on Sway in the Morning for a fun, light hearted & informative conversation.

Starting the conversation by acknowledging the elephant in the room, Sway brings up the moment these two awkwardly met for the first time – which Ms. Cox hilariously had no recollection of.

While in-studio Laverne breaks down her GRAMMYs introduction speech and goes into detail regarding the Metallica backlash she faced after accidentally forgetting to mention their name in their live performance with Lady gaga.

Digging deeper, we asked some very frequently asked questions, like, what’s the difference between Transgender and Transexual? Or, the difference between Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity.

Watch below for more, plus enjoy the exclusive story from Laverne about almost being in Beyonce’s “Sorry” video.

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NBA Development League To Become NBA Gatorade League

NBA Development League To Become NBA Gatorade League

Beginning with the 2017-18 season, the NBA Development League (NBA D-League) will be renamed the NBA Gatorade League (NBA G-League) as part of a multiyear expanded partnership announced today by the National Basketball Association (NBA) and Gatorade. This marks the first time a U.S. professional sports league has named an entitlement partner.

As part of the partnership, the NBA and Gatorade unveiled a new NBA G-League logo that will be featured across all game balls, team jerseys, on-court signage, and league digital assets. Additionally, Gatorade will incubate its latest product and equipment innovations into NBA G-League locker rooms, and teams will have the opportunity to collaborate with Gatorade to help players maximize their athletic potential and on-court performance.

Through the Gatorade Sports Science Institute (GSSI), the sports fuel company will collaborate with the NBA G-League on programs to enhance player sports performance and recovery. Since 1985, GSSI has helped athletes optimize their sports performance and well-being through research, education, innovation and providing high-caliber sports nutrition science services. GSSI scientists will partner with the NBA G-League on player nutrition and training programs, incorporating the newest technology and innovations in Gatorade testing, product and equipment.

Founded as a league to develop NBA talent, the NBA D-League has become an integral part of the NBA family, with 40 percent of current NBA players having spent time in the NBA D-League and four current NBA head coaches starting as coaches on NBA D-League benches. The league has tripled in size from eight teams during the inaugural 2001-02 season to a record 25 teams for the 2017-18 campaign. NBA owners have increasingly invested in the NBA D-League, with 15 NBA clubs purchasing an NBA D-League team since the 2012-13 season, bringing the total number of NBA-owned minor league franchises to 20 for next season.

“As one of the most iconic brands in the world and a founding partner of the NBA Development League, Gatorade is an ideal fit for this first-of-its-kind partnership,” said Mark Tatum, NBA Deputy Commissioner and COO. “The NBA D-League has prepared hundreds of players for the NBA and Gatorade has always been focused on fueling players to perform at the highest level. We look forward to collaborating with the renowned GSSI team to enhance player development and our game.”

Connectivity between the NBA and the NBA’s official minor league continues to grow. Recent changes to the NBA’s Collective Bargaining Agreement have reinforced that synergy, as NBA teams will be able to have up to two “two-way players” on their rosters beginning next season. These “two-way players” will gain experience in the NBA, but will primarily play in the NBA G-League as part of their NBA journeys.

“We have more than 50 years of experience working with athletes and using those insights to help improve athletic performance through innovative sports fuel and equipment,” said Brett O’Brien, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Gatorade. “This expansion of our NBA partnership is a great opportunity to not only work with the elite athletes of the NBA G-League, but also continue to lead the evolution of basketball performance.”

The partners will also collaborate on custom, behind-the-scenes video content which will capture NBA G-League players on their respective journeys, highlighting a shared commitment to enhancing performance through innovation.

A founding partner of the NBA D-League, Gatorade will continue to present the league’s Gatorade Call-Up platform. Since 2001, there have been nearly 500 Gatorade Call-Ups from the NBA D-League to the NBA.

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Kyle Korver’s 8 Made 3-Pointers, Most Since 2007

Kyle Korver’s 8 Made 3-Pointers, Most Since 2007

Kyle Korver knocked down eight 3-pointers tonight versus the Indiana Pacers in a win against the Pacers. This was Korver’s best performance from downtown since 2007!

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Migos Are the Hottest in the Game and Plan on Beating ‘the Beatles’

Migos Are the Hottest in the Game and Plan on Beating ‘the Beatles’

Migos plan to top Beatles Number 1 records, expecting to be #1 and blesses us with an acapella performance. Click the play button and don’t forget to subscribe our channel.

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Alicia Keys LIVE At The Belasco In Downtown Los Angeles!

Alicia Keys LIVE At The Belasco In Downtown Los Angeles!

Don’t miss an intimate performance from Alicia Keys, Wednesday February 8th, 2017 at The Belasco Theater in Downtown LA.

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Watch: Vivica A. Fox’s “Black Magic” Strippers Dance on Sway in the Morning

Watch: Vivica A. Fox’s “Black Magic” Strippers Dance on Sway in the Morning

The beautiful mogul, Vivica A. Fox, joined Sway in the Morning to talk about her new racy TV show, “Black Magic,” every Wednesday on Lifetime. Watch as she introduces her exotic dancers, Penetration, White Chocolate, Heat, Charm, Dark Chocolate and enjoy their live performance.

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The Weeknd – Intro/Starboy (Vevo Presents)

The Weeknd – Intro/Starboy (Vevo Presents)

The Weeknd – Intro/Starboy, an exclusive live performance for Vevo.
The Weeknd performed for fans at the LA Hangar Studios on December 17, 2016, highlighting music from his ‘Starboy’ album. Kendrick Lamar was his guest during a performance of “Sidewalks.”

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Jorja Smith – Something In The Way (Live) – dscvr ONES TO WATCH 2017

Jorja Smith – Something In The Way (Live) – dscvr ONES TO WATCH 2017

Jorja Smith – Something In The Way an exclusive live performance for Vevo dscvr ONES TO WATCH 2017. Get the Vevo App! http://smarturl.it/vevoapps

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