The E.Jones Show Interviewing Bell Biv Devoe
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E.Jones Show (BBD) Podcast
Bell, Bivins, and DeVoe formed the group at the suggestion of producers Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis. Upon accepting the idea, MCA records wrote down the name Bell Bivins DeVoe, but Bivins suggested they remove the ins from his name and just call the group Bell Biv DeVoe. With help from Public Enemy producers Eric Sadler, Hank and Keith Shocklee, and several others, Bell Biv Devoe released its debut album Poison in 1990, on MCA Records. The album was credited as pioneering the "new jack...
The E.Jones Show (Chip Fu) Podcast
An accomplished master in the marriage of rhythm and flow, Chip-Fu is one of the few underground composers and performers dedicated to spreading the indubitable significance of Hip-Hop and Reggae music. "Those who listen to what's mainstream and call it Hip-Hop are sadly misled", the Brooklyn native once stated in an interview; "My objective is and always has been to abstain from cookie cutter material. The public needs something fresh, Organic & Real". A universal storyteller and lyrical...
The E.Jones Show
Tommy Davidson started his career as a stand-up comedian in 1986, when a childhood friend convinced him to perform stand-up at The Penthouse strip club in Park View, Washington, D.C.. He continued performing in various comedy clubs throughout the Washington Metropolitan region, Baltimore, and Philadelphia. He opened concerts for Patti LaBelle,Starpoint, and Kenny G. He performed on a fundraising telethon for WHMM in 1987. Davidson won an amateur stand-up competition at the...