Ep 39: ECT (Electroconvulsive Theraphy) | WBRN RADIO

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It’s been a while since I’ve made a new podcast episode. I’ve been busy working out, moving across the country, and working out some more. I’ve grown tired of the previous episodes from daily gym sessions. Before I left El Paso, I attended the Sun City Music festival, a two day concert featuring some of the best EDM / House DJ / Producers in the industry. I picked a few of my favorites and made this mix. Enjoy!

Tracklist
Deorro – Five Hours
David Guetta feat Skylar Grey – Shot Me Down
Martin Garrix – Animals
TJR – Ode To Oi
Steve Akoi feat Waka Flocka Flame – Rage The Night Away (Milo & Otis Remix)
W&W & Headhunterz – Shocker
David Guetta & Showtek feat Vassy – Bad
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Matrin Garrix – Tremor
Jay Karama – Disco
Showtek – We Like To Party
Steve Akoi, Diplo & Deorro – Freak feat Steve Bays
Deorro feat Adrian Delgado & DyCy – Perdoname

[MUSIC] Nes Wordz (@NesWordz) feat King Fresh, SupaNatra – ‘Ease The Pain’

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Ohio Artist “Nes Wordz” teams with “SupaNatra” & “King Fresh” for “Ease The Pain” as his ExecGang debut, Produced By Snow.

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/execgangmusic/nes-wordz-ease-the-pain-featuring-supanatra-king-fresh-produced-by-snow

Follow On Twitter & IG:
@NesWordz
@SupaNatra
@IamFresh2Def
@SnowHimself

[VIDEO] SupaNatra (@SupaNatra) feat Hodgie (@HodgieXVII) – ‘Dream Killers’

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Ohio Artist SupaNatra releases “Dream Killers”, the first visual offering from upcoming project titled Meanwhile featuring Hodgie and tons of cameos from other known artists in his hometown. Preorder the deluxe version of Meanwhile before it releases Wednesday August 20th, and receive this song early!

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Ep 38: R.un | WBRN RADIO

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As someone who has never ran consistently, I needed help keeping pace. After doing some research, I found out that music at 83 BPM is good to keep pace with steps, and with the correct stride will result in a 8 minute mile time. So I made this mix to help me and ultimately reach my goal of a 16 minute 2 mile run. It’s only 37 minutes long, so if you run for longer than that, play it twice lol (Actually if you run for longer than that you probably don’t need help with pace). For novice runners like myself, I hope this helps!

Tracklist
Lil Wayne feat Corey Gunz – ‘6 Foot 7 Foot’
Young Joc – ‘It’s Goin Down’
Big Sean feat Nicki Minaj – ‘Dance’ (Remix)
Rihanna feat Chris Brown – ‘Birthday Cake’ (Remix)
Big Sean feat Jay Z, Kanye West – ‘Clique’
Lil Jon feat E40, Sean P – ‘Snap Ya Fingaz’
Wiz Khalifah – ‘Black & Yellow’
Kelis – ‘Bossy’
Master P feat Fiend, Silkk Tha Shocker, Mia X, Mystikal – ‘Make Em Say Ugh’
Jay Z feat Kanye West, Rihanna – ‘Run This Town’

Ep 37: Old School Love feat @KoreanGold

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My girlfriend and I just celebrated our 1 year anniversary, and since she loves R&B / Hip Hop I decided to put together a mix for her to listen to. Check it out and let me know what you think! Lots of classics on this one.

Tracklist
Maxwell – Sumthin Sumthin
112 feat Notorious BIG, Mase – Only You Remix
SWV – Anything
Foxy Brown feat Blackstreet – Get You Home
Soul 4 Real feat Heavy D – Candy Rain Remix
SWV – You’re The One
The Fugees – Killin Me Softly
Tony Toni Tone – Anniversary
Erykah Badu feat Common – Love Of My Life
Raphael Saadiq feat D’Angelo – You Should Be Here
Alicia Keys feat LL Cool J, Swizz Beats – Teenage Love Affair Remix
Alicia Keys feat Drake – Unthinkable Remix
D’Angelo – Lady
112 – Cupid
John Legend feat Estelle – No Other Love
K Michelle – V.S.O.P.

 

Ep 36: THE VAULT – Queen MJB | WBRN RADIO

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One of my favorite episodes from my previous podcast, this mix features the best of The Queen of Hip-Hop Soul, Mary J Blige. Classic features and timeless solo cuts, if you like 90s hip-hop and R&B, you’ll definitely enjoy this mix. Check it out!

Tracklist
MJB – Back To Life II
MJB – You Remind Me
MJB – Real Love
Jazmine Sullivan feat Missy Ellioty, MJB, Swizz Beats – Goin In Circles
Jay Z feat MJB – Can’t Knock The Hustle
Method Man feat MJB – You’re All I Need
MJB – Be Happy
MJB – No More Drama
MJB – Reminisce
Lauryn Hill feat MJB – Used To Love Him
MJB – All Night Long
Wyclef Jean feat MJB – 911
MJB feat Lil Kim – I Can Love You
MJB – Love No Limit
MJB – Love Don’t Live Here Anymore
MJB – Be Without You
MJB – Sweet Thang
MJB – Not Gon Cry

Ep 35: FLEX – WBRN RADIO

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It’s been almost two months since I’ve posted a new podcast. I spend most of my time in the gym, and I’ve been getting tired of trying to find music to lift to. I made this mix, titled ‘Flex,’ for people like me that need a little extra to move that iron. Check it out and let me know what you think! I’m going to try to get back to one new episode a week!

Tracklist
Rick Ross – MC Hammer
Wiz Khalifa – Taylor Gang
Juicy J – Who Da Neighbors
Meek Mill feat Rick Ross – Work
Ace Hood – Hustle Hard
Waka Flocka Flame – Hard In Da Paint
Wiz Khalifah feat Big Sean – Gangbang
Jay Z Kanye West – H.A.M.
Rick Ross feat Lil Wayne – 9 Piece
2 Chainz – Undastatement
Ace Hood – Go n Get It

[VIDEO] Artist/Producer ‘SupaNatra’ (@SupaNatra) In-studio Vlog Episode 1

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mean·while
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(adverb)
in the intervening period of time
synonyms:       for now, for the moment, for the present, for the time being….SupaNatra is in rare form.

Columbus, Ohio Artist/Producer “SupaNatra” gives an up close experience with his creative process while finishing his latest effort titled “Meanwhile”, due out late summer/early fall. Check it out!

#bern200 – The Marathon Continues…

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It has been 699,840 minutes, or 11,664 hours, or 486 days, or 69 weeks (rounded down), or 1 year 3 months 29 days since I decided to take control of my life and health. When I started I wanted to go from 380 pounds to 250 pounds in a year, but once I saw how quickly I was losing weight, I decided to set the bar at 180 pounds in a year. I still haven’t hit that goal, but I’ve passed a number of unimaginable milestones since last March 10th. Each one motivates me to work even harder. This fitness journey is a marathon, not a sprint, and the more I progress the more goals I see for myself.

Around the year 2010 I was at my heaviest, weighing in at over 400 pounds. I had so many health problems that I disguised as normal everyday occurrences, keeping denial as the roadblock to my life of fitness. There wasn’t one specific incident that made me want to change my life; a collection of situations, embarrassments, and disappointments over the course of 4 years lead to me deciding enough was enough. After numerous failed attempts at losing weight I made it my mission to work out and eat right EVERY DAY with no days off.

Three months in, I lost 68 pounds and was overjoyed with happiness. Not a single day or meal cheating, and an hour of cardio each day made this transformation possible. Afraid of the “inevitable” plateu, I started introducing a few carbs back into my diet each Saturday morning. I didn’t want to entirely fall off of the wagon, so I ate two biscuits just to balance things out. Staying consistent helped me progress.

By the time October 2013 rolled around, six months into my diet, I lost 130 pounds and hit my first goal of 250 pounds. However, this month I moved to El Paso from Los Angeles. With new surroundings, it was hard to keep up my routine. Also, being around new people meant lots of eating out and socializing, which slowed progress of my diet.

Holidays came and went, and while I continued to work out consistently (though not every day), the food I was eating wasn’t the best for weight loss. In addition to my lack of eating discipline, I started lifting weights as well. From October 2013 to May 2014 I only lost an additional 25 pounds.

Discouraged, I decided to give my body a restart and get back to the strict routine I had at the beginning of my journey. In June 2014 I participated in the Whole30 diet, which is famous for detoxifying/resetting the body, but fell short in staying consistent after 17 days. Though I didn’t complete the whole 30 days, the results of my efforts were incredible, as I was less bloated and had more energy. I was ready to get back on track.

That brings us to July, where I’m back to lifting and cardio 7 days a week, and a structured strict eating plan which includes an 80/20 Paleo plan with a protein shake for lunch. No junk food, fast food, fried food, alcohol, or anything else that will slow me down. I hope to be below 200 pounds by my 30th birthday in October.

Since starting last March, I’ve accomplished things I have NEVER dreamed of, even when I was younger and in my then peak physical form. I ran a mile in 9 minutes, I can do more than 1 situp lol, and I can bench press more than I ever have. My waist is smaller than it was when I graduated from high school (when I was 190 pounds) and I feel GREAT.

The moral of this story? Life is a marathon, not a sprint. Consistency is still the only way to conquer your tasks, and although you might fall off every now and then, you can always get back on. But STAY THERE; don’t let your slip-ups undo all of the hard work you’ve done. Take 4 weeks to get yourself in a routine, STICK WITH IT, and don’t cheat. You’ll see how easy it gets, over time.

I’ll end this with one of my favorite quotes.

Pain is temporary. It may last a minute, or an hour, or a day, or a year, but eventually it will subside and something else will take its place. If I quit, however, it lasts forever.

[MUSIC] Nes Wordz (@NesWordz) – ‘Vintage Room’ (prod by @ThaAudioUnit)

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I can appreciate a smooth Hip Hop joint. Check out the dope rhymes over a silky track on Nes Wordz ‘Vintage Room’ produced by Tha Audio Unit. Let us know what you think!