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Waiting on One Day | Pastor David Strickland

The Gate Church Podcast - Sunday Messages

53mins

19 Oct 2021

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Friday October 8, 2021 Former Obama NHTSA Chief David Strickland to General Motors

Corporate Crime Reporter Morning Minute

Friday October 8, 2021 Former Obama NHTSA Chief David Strickland to General Motors

1min

6 Oct 2021

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Unhindered Prayers | Pastor David Strickland

The Gate Church Podcast - Sunday Messages

58mins

21 Sep 2021

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The Gospel of TOV | Pastor David Strickland

The Gate Church Podcast - Sunday Messages

42mins

14 Jun 2021

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Look Again | Pastor David Strickland

The Gate Church Podcast - Sunday Messages

54mins

17 May 2021

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Don't Quit: A Conversation w. David Strickland

The West Meeting Room

Episode transcript available here.It’s another Hart House Hip Hop Education Takeover of The West Meeting Room! Hart House Hip Hop Ed works with campus partners and community Hip Hop practitioners to further values of representation, collaboration, and social justice, as we explore the key principles of Hip Hop and its importance in our everyday culture. In Winter 2021, we were joined by two U of T student interns as we explored Indigenous voices in Hip Hop. Drew Rickard and Lloyd Cousins joined Marco Adamovic  for our second episode, with legendary Toronto engineer, producer, artist, and DJ, David ‘Gordo’ Strickland . We explored his love for Hip Hop, including meaningful records in his catalog, elements of his Indigenous identity, the relationship between visual art and music, and so much more. Fun fact: the title for this episode is based on a waveform tattoo that David has on his arm. Listen in to hear its origin, as well as knowledge and wisdom from a true legend in the Canadian Music Industry! Check out Hart House Hip Hop Education onlineCheck out Spirit of Hip Hop on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/7f9GCfRXmuPcYdPC4Y9GQKDavid Strickland: Website  //  Instagram: @david.stricklandSamples of the following tracks from the Spirit of Hip Hop album are featured in this episode:(11:01) Spirit of Hip Hop(21:26) Truth(27:12) Turtle Island(33:21) Time's Runnin Away

54mins

8 May 2021

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Hate Is Obsession ft. David Strickland | S&M ft. Pilla B | We Love Hip Hop Podcast E199

We Love Hip Hop Network

COMPRESSED TO A DOWNLOADABLE SIZE! Please DOWNLOAD now it helps!  Sponsored by: Sovrin Extracts You can try Sovrin extracts products today by visiting www.themrgreen.ca and save 10% off your order with coupon code “welovehiphop”. ______________________________________________________________ We are one away from episode 200! Big shouts to David Strickland who Friday Ricky Dred had a chance to sit down with for a very insightful interview. Big up to Pilla B for a very entertaining Smoke & Mirrors session! Interview OTW ______________________________________________________________ Topics and Announcements (In Order) - Zaek Link Introduction to the network - Before They Were Famous Chromazz  - 12 Year boy Dante dies, and a 3rd suspect adds CJ to arrest. 3rd suspect added to 12 years murder & also blamed for Houdini murder.  - Happy Earthstrong Smoke Dawg condolences to his family  - Project Siphon raid  - TI replaced by Gucci Mane for a Verzuz against Jeezy  - Is it more dangerous to be a rapper these days compared to back in the days?  - Tory Lanez pleads not guilty to shooting of Meg Thee Stallion  - Twitter adds stories to the app to compete with Instagram  ______________________________________________________________ Intro Drop Beat by P8E Music: https://www.instagram.com/p8emusic/ Intro Songs Moula 1st - Magneto https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gky49Aom30s Smoke Dawg - Count It Up https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6W6uHAErNq0 ______________________________________________________________ Top 6 Videos In Canada 1. B Busy - Casket  2. Young Early -Birds In The Trap  3. Erica Ivy - Trappin In Da Streets  4. Cheffie - Avenue "Intro"  5. Merkules & Kevin Gates - ''Apply Pressure''  6. Homie61st x Bakesz61st - New Season ____________________________________________________________ Honorable Mentions SK Dirty Money  RoChe Dat Guy - My 1 Son  Buggati x Fjiori - Speechless  Statz - Reason To Live feat. Young Caesar  88GLAM - East to West  Tizzie Bx x Y$L JXY - Go  Yung Tory "Off Day"  ShineN (Ft. B33zy Bandzz) - One Shot  Dodo Bank$ - Jerry Rice  Jayy Brown - Day 2 Day  Xeno - Soul Searching  Karma - Freestyle X  Eazy Mac - Ghost  Moula 1st - Magneto  Frazer - Marco Polo  _____________________________________________________________ SMOKE BREAK TUNE: Pilla B - You Aint Outside - https://open.spotify.com/track/2pf7cP4kqde9RKbdE8m2eK?si=utW1J2i4R92vNFnZLuDJmQ  ROAD TUNE  FB - Now https://open.spotify.com/track/5Ri4l829pgjYbdBy3CCUQv?si=Jn_-ljN3TgKOOvomF3wLLg ______________________________________________________________ We Love Hip Hop: www.instagram.com/welovehiphopnetwork/ Friday: www.instagram.com/fridayrickydred/ PK Herc: www.instagram.com/pkhercs/ Gucci 416: www.instagram.com/g_u_c_c_i_416/ Guttzy Guttz: www.instagram.com/guttzyguttz/

2hr 18mins

19 Nov 2020

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EP. 39 | 🍦David Strickland🍦

In The Cut

In this episode of IN THE CUT, we are joined by legendary producer David Strickland to discuss his latest project Spirit of Hip Hop. Strickland's list of collaborators is impressive, ranging from Redman and Method Man to Drake and Jully Black. We discuss his Scarborough roots and the Toronto music scene in the '80s. He goes over some key moments on the Spirit of Hip Hop Album and a surprise verse on the remix Album.You can listen to The Cool Table LIVE every Wednesday @ 11 am 1280AM on your Radio 📻CJRU.ca Online 💻

30mins

18 Nov 2020

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David Strickland | Spirit Of Hip Hop | Welcome To The Music

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Toronto-born and bred, Indigenous multidisciplinary artist, producer, engineer and DJ, David Strickland – known for his work on some of the most iconic Grammy and JUNO-award winning records by Toronto artists and North American Hip-Hop progenitors alike – released his long awaited album, Spirit Of Hip-Hop, on June 29 via Entertainment One.David’s perspective, “The DJ is the Drummer; the MC is the Storyteller, the B-boy is the Dancer and the Graffiti Artist is the Sand Painter” is rooted in Spirit Of Hip-Hop, as he emerges from behind the boards to share an embodiment of the teachings, art, traditions, and music of the community, aligned with his Indigenous heritage. Amongst an extensive collaboration roster, the album includes Indigenous rappers such as Supaman, Snotty Nose Rez Kids, Artson, Que Rock, Drezus, Leonard Sumner, Joey Styles, and more, while North American hip-hop legends EPMD, Saukrates, Def Squad (Redman, Erick Sermon, Keith Murray), Maestro Fresh Wes, and a posthumous verse from King Reign, are brought into the fold.David is passionate about the plight of the Mi'kmaq people and recognition of his family lineage can be traced back by five generations. He is committed to restoring the dignity and respect stripped by an unconstitutional agreement that remove and denied Indian status from thousands of people.

1hr 18mins

5 Oct 2020

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David Strickland | Spirit of Hip Hop

Welcome To The Music

Toronto-born and bred, Indigenous multidisciplinary artist, producer, engineer and DJ, David Strickland – known for his work on some of the most iconic Grammy and JUNO-award winning records by Toronto artists and North American Hip-Hop progenitors alike – released his long awaited album, Spirit Of Hip-Hop, on June 29 via Entertainment One.David’s perspective, “The DJ is the Drummer; the MC is the Storyteller, the B-boy is the Dancer and the Graffiti Artist is the Sand Painter” is rooted in Spirit Of Hip-Hop, as he emerges from behind the boards to share an embodiment of the teachings, art, traditions, and music of the community, aligned with his Indigenous heritage. Amongst an extensive collaboration roster, the album includes Indigenous rappers such as Supaman, Snotty Nose Rez Kids, Artson, Que Rock, Drezus, Leonard Sumner, Joey Styles, and more, while North American hip-hop legends EPMD, Saukrates, Def Squad (Redman, Erick Sermon, Keith Murray), Maestro Fresh Wes, and a posthumous verse from King Reign, are brought into the fold.David is passionate about the plight of the Mi'kmaq people and recognition of his family lineage can be traced back by five generations. He is committed to restoring the dignity and respect stripped by an unconstitutional agreement that remove and denied Indian status from thousands of people.

1hr 18mins

4 Oct 2020

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