Solid Gold Soul

March 30, 2008

Welcome to Solid Gold Soul


About Freddie Bell

Freddie Bell, velvet morning voice talent is a mellifluous voice actor, broadcast-journalist, speaker and National Voice Actor. His vast voice over credits, include hosting several radio programs including the Tom Joyner Morning Show, The Love Train, It’s The Gospel in Tampa, The Freddie Bell Morning Show in radio on KSGS – 950AM, Solid Gold Soul in Minneapolis, plus This is Music, The Freddie Bell Countdown Show and The Minneapolis NAACP Community Affairs television Programs in Minneapolis.
Invite Freddie to your next event or seminar as a Keynote Speaker, covering topics including You Gotta Have H.E.A.R.T., Tuning In to R.A.D.I.O, Maximizing Your Potential, Imagination, The Secret Key To Success, Winning Through Community Service, Dreaming Your Way to Success and a variety of topics related to sales and sales management. Freddie shares ideas and techniques he used to propel Solid Gold Soul Radio into a household name.
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1. Keyshia Cole
“I Remember”


2. Alicia Keys
“Like You’ll Never See Me Again”


3. Jaheim
(Divine Mill/Atlantic)

4. Raheem Devaughn


5. Mary J. Blige
“Just Fine”




Former boxer Laila Ali and her husband Curtis Conway are expecting a bundle of joy. Proud parents-to-be Laila Ali and husband Curtis Conway are expecting a baby this fall.



After two years of separation from her husband Russell Simmons, Kimora Lee Simmons filed for divorce Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court citing irreconcilable differences. The 32-year-old fashion entrepreneur, currently dating actor Djimon Hounsou, was married to Simmons for seven years. They are the parents of two daughters: 8-year-old Ming Lee and 5-year-old Aoki Lee. Kimora, star of her own E! reality show “Life in the Fab Lane,” is seeking legal and physical custody of the children. She requested that Russell Simmons, 50, be granted “reasonable child visitation … accompanied at all times by the children’s nanny and security personnel.”



T.I. pleaded guilty Thursday to federal weapons possession charges and will spend one year doing community service while awaiting a sentence that includes prison time. The rapper, whose real name is Clifford Harris, must complete at least 1,000 hours of a total 1,500 hours of community service, talking to kids about the pitfalls of guns, gangs and drugs. Following the community service, he’ll be sentenced to serve about 12 months in prison, officials said. His prison time could be increased or reduced, depending on his fulfillment of the terms of the deal and good behavior, they said. Dressed in a gray business suit, the 27-year-old pleaded guilty Thursday to possession of an unregistered firearm, possession of machine guns and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. T.I. was charged with possession of unregistered machine guns and silencers, as well as possession of firearms by a convicted felon following his Oct. 13 arrest in an ATF sting in Atlanta. He faced a maximum of 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine for each count.



Snoop Dogg had the audience hyped during a March 13th taping of his “VH1 Storytellers” special at Steiner Studios in Brooklyn. The one-hour episode features the rapper performing songs from his new album “Ego Trippin'” as well as his past hits. Joining Snoop on stage throughout the evening were special guests Doug E. Fresh, Charlie Wilson, Too Short and Mistah FAB. Following in the “Storytellers” format, Snoop will answer questions from fans and give viewers an opportunity to hear the inspiration behind such hits as “What’s My Name?,” “Drop It Like It’s Hot,” “Lodi Dodi (w/ Doug E. Fresh)” and from his new album Ego Trippin’, “Sensual Seduction,” “Life Of Da Party,” (w/ Too Short and Mistah FAB), “My Medicine” and “Can’t Say Goodbye” (w/ Charlie Wilson). “VH1 Storytellers: Snoop Dogg” premieres Monday (March 31) at 10 p.m. on VH1 and is simulcast on VH1 Soul and MHD: Music High Definition. Additionally, two exclusive songs that won’t be seen in the televised broadcast and one sneak peek from the concert will be available online at beginning today (March 28). The online exclusive performances include, “Neva Have To Worry,” and “Gin And Juice.”



Time has run out on singer Sean Levert. The brother of late R&B star Gerald Levert was sentenced to 22 months in prison Monday for failure to pay child support. According to Cleveland’s, Levert owes $85,427.68 in back support for his three children – ages 11, 15 and 17. He did not speak at his sentencing. The son of O’Jays founder Eddie Levert, Sean was also a member of the group Levert with Gerald and Marc Gordon.

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1966: Bill Russell was named head coach of the Boston Celtics, becoming the first African American to coach an NBA team. Mar. 29, 1898: W. J. Ballow patents the combined hat rack and table. Mar. 30, 1941: National Urban League presented one-hour program over a national radio network and urged equal participation for blacks in national defense program.
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Rapper Mr. Cheeks of Lost Boyz is 36.

Actor Ken L. (“The Parkers”) is 34.

Singer Bobby Kimball of Toto is 61

Rapper MC Hammer is 44.

Singer Tracy Chapman is 43.

Singer Norah Jones is 28.

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Dance like no one is looking
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Freddie Bell
PO Box 390521
Minneapolis, MN 55439