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17 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Kenny Lattimore. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Kenny Lattimore, often where they are interviewed.

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17 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Kenny Lattimore. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Kenny Lattimore, often where they are interviewed.

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Birdman show SPOTLIGHT ARTIST (KENNY LATTIMORE) 7/30/20

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Todays show spotlights the artistry of KENNY LATTIMORE .TODAYS TOPIC IS WHAT ARE YOUR GOALS FOR AUGUST ?)HAPPY THURSDAY FROM THE BIRDMAN SHOW.
Jul 30 2020 ·
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Cierra la puerta - En días como éste... Kenny Lattimore (Parte 2) - 04/07/20

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No tenías suficiente de Kenny, necesitabas otra dosis. Y Original Reginald siempre está aquí para reconfortarte y cumplir tus deseos de lujuria musical. Sus melodías, letras y armonías ayudan a que esa ruptura no sea tan dolorosa, a que ese recuerdo no te oprobie tanto y a que el calor que está haciendo ahí fuera lo lleves a tu terreno. Con estas píldoras conceptivas musicales dormirás más del tirón que nunca. Eso sí... escucha a Reggie... y luego ya puedes cerrar tus ojos tras cerrar la puerta.


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Jul 04 2020 · 59mins

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Cierra la puerta - En días como éste... Kenny Lattimore (Parte 1) - 27/06/20

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Desde la capital de un país azotado por la criminalización sistemática del pueblo afroamericano, se hacen necesarios casos como el de Kenny Lattimore, un hombre de éxito, elegante y consciente. En días como éste en el que necesitamos ver un horizonte de justicia social y de energías positivas, este caballero es una garantía de elegancia musical y a Reggie bien sabes que no se le escapa ninguno de estos ejemplos de Soul Men contiinuadores del legado de los grandes vocalistas de siempre.

Ah! Esto solo es la primera parte.


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Jun 27 2020 · 59mins
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A Fine Print Review of "The Last Dance" Ep 9.-10 with Anthony "Kenny Lattimore?!?!?" Maxwell. Ep. 11.

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Anthony Maxwell is back to discuss Episodes 9 and 10 of The Last Dance. We dive in on the Fine Print of business and life takeaways at the end. Enjoy!

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May 23 2020 · 1hr 9mins

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Kenny Lattimore interview

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What's an R&B singer got to do with the Bulls winning their sixth championship? Well, Laurence Holmes explored that with Kenny Lattimore after his music was featured in "The Last Dance" documentary. The interview turned out even better than he expected.

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May 20 2020 · 21mins
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Was MJ really pre-gaming to Kenny Lattimore?! The Last Dance Reactions from Marc and Ty, PLUS in honor of our love for The Office, we present The GOATee Awards.

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We're back for episode number 2! Aren't you proud of us?! In this episode, co-hosts Marc and Tyrik share their critiques, hot-takes, likes, dislikes, and everything in-between regarding the polarizing, 10-part ESPN documentary, The Last Dance. They also talk about the inception of the podcast name, and pay homage to arguably the greatest television show of all-time, The Office, by giving out Michael Scott/Michael Jordan "GOATee Awards" to deserving Last Dance participants. 

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May 20 2020 · 1hr 33mins
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The E.Jones Show With Kenny Lattimore

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Kenny Lattimore

(born April 10, 1970) is an American singer-songwriter. Lattimore first developed his interest for music in the high school band program at Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt, Maryland. He often acknowledges Dr. Barbara Baker for setting him on his current path. Lattimore spoke at the 2005 Eleanor Roosevelt High School Graduation.[1] He is an alumnus of Howard University in Washington, D.C.

Career[edit]

1988-1991: Maniquin[edit]

A stint as session vocalist for R&B group Maniquin led to an official place in the group as lead singer.[2] D'Extra Wiley of the 1990s R&B group II D Extreme was also a member of Maniquin, briefly before signing to MCA Records. The group released a lone self-titled album for Epic Records in 1989. Its lead single "I Wanna Ride" was an answer to the hit single "Mercedes Boy" by Pebbles in both sound and lyric. Both artists' singles were produced and co-written by Charlie Wilson of Gap Band fame.[3] Lattimore soon left Maniquin to pursue a solo career, and the group subsequently disbanded.[4]

1992-1999: Kenny Lattimore and From the Soul of Man[edit]

His own debut album Kenny Lattimore was released on Columbia Records in 1996.[2] That set included a pair of Top 20 hits: "Never Too Busy" and the Grammy-nominated "For You",[2] written by high school friend Kenny Lerum. The album earned Lattimore a win for Best New Artist at the NAACP Image Awards in 1996,[5] and eventually achieved Gold sales status.

He followed up his debut with From the Soul of Man, another critically acclaimed set of classically styled soul music in 1998,[2] yielding the hits "Days Like This" and "If I Lose My Woman" along with a standout cover of The Beatles' "While My Guitar Gently Weeps."

2000-2006: Arista Records and Weekend[edit]

After a short hiatus, the singer re-emerged on Arista Records when, then president Clive Davis signed him to a new contract.[2] He eventually released a more contemporary R&B album, 2001's Weekend under L.A. Reid's regime as Davis was only allowed to take a small defined number of artists to his next venture, J Records. The title track and first single was anchored by a sample of Blondie's "Rapture" and became a radio favorite on both sides of the Atlantic.[6] Davis may have had a different vision for his career, but, he ended up recording three albums for Arista Records as Reid also had a vision that included a modern-day version of a classic soul duo with his new bride, the Gold level artist, Chante Moore whom he recorded two duet albums that were both critically and commercially acclaimed. In keeping with the "lover man" image that came to the fore with the hits that launched his career, Lattimore is known for his dramatic stage shows, vocal agility, and romantic ambiance. The New York Times called him as a "modern soul man" on stage.[7] The singer has long established in interviews his personal mission to show the "strong, but sensitive and caring side of Black men."[8]

In 2003, Lattimore and his then-wife Chante Moore released a duet album entitled Things That Lovers Do consisting of classic soul songs from the 1970s and 1980s plus two new original songs. The standout singles were the smooth and contemporary "Loveable (From Your Head to Your Toes)" and a cover of René & Angela's "You Don't Have To Cry". Lattimore and Moore continued promoting the album with a successful touring stage show.

Following Things That Lovers Do, Lattimore released another collaborative album with Moore. The duo released their second collaborative album entitled Uncovered/Covered (2006). The album peaked at number-ten on the Billboard R&B Charts and number-two on the Billboard Gospel charts. The duo's cover version of "You're All I Need to Get By" served as the theme song for the BET reality series The Family Crews.

2008-present: Recent activities[edit]

In 2008, Lattimore released a cover album with Verve Records entitled Timeless on September 9, 2008. The lead single "You Are My Starship" was originally performed by Norman Connor featuring Michael Henderson.[9] Lattimore was also featured on the uptempo dance song "Another Love" by Brian Culbertson.

Lattimore began his own record company SincereSoul Records in 2012. He released his album Back 2 Cool on January 22, 2013.[10] The album's first single "Find a Way" produced by Ivan "Orthodox" Barias & Carvin "Ransum" Higgins hit radio on Valentine's Day 2012. The second single "Back 2 Cool" featured Kelly Price.

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Apr 28 2020 · 41mins
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Kenny Lattimore, Lisa Stansfield, Manic Street Preachers, Michael Manson - Formula 2050 - Edición 150

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Apr 05 2020 · 58mins
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Talking With Kenny Lattimore – March 7, 2019

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Lattimore talks about his love of music; the influence of his mother on his career; singing with a band at age 15; knowing he was in it for the long haul.
Mar 07 2019 · 31mins
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Kenny Lattimore

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International R&B superstar Kenny Lattimore opens up to Kagiso about some of his personal highs and lows in relationships - from his divorce, to the importance of sex in a relationship, to cheating, to being whole as a person.
Apr 25 2018 · 22mins
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