No Face, Yo! MTV RAPS, Radio Host 104.3 FM Jams
James Roberts better known as Ed Lover, is an American rapper, actor, musician, radio personality, and former MTV VJ.
He hosted "The Ed Lover Show" on SiriusXM's old-school hip hop station, BackSpin. As of April 12, 2018, he hosts the morning show at classic hip-hop "104.3 Jams" WBMX in Chicago.
In 2009, Ed Lover created a series on YouTube titled "C'mon, Son!" in which he criticized the errant acts of celebrities. The intro music produced by American producer Raphael RJ2 of Beats How U Want Em contains a sample of Ed Lover's voice saying "C'mon, Son!"
In 2016, Ed Lover teamed up with grammy-nominated MC Monie Love and spawned the syndicated morning radio show, The Ed Lover Show with Monie Love. In April 2018, Lover began hosting mornings at classic hip-hop "104.3 Jams" WBMX in Chicago.
Original Concept, Yo! MTV Raps, Host of the Doctor Appointment Health and Wellness - Rock The Bells Radio
Doctor Dré met three other DJs hosting WBAU, the radio station of Adelphi University in Garden City, New York.
With these other DJs he formed the Concept Crew (later known as Original Concept) which began to create its own music. Original Concept released one album on Def Jam Recordings, featuring the track was "Pump that Bass."
From 1989 to 1995, Doctor Dré and Ed Lover were the co-hosts of MTV's hip hop music program Yo! MTV Raps.
Dré again teamed up with Lover in the early 1990s to co-host a morning radio show during the re-launch of radio station Hot 97 (WQHT) in New York City.
The duo starred in the 1993 film Who's the Man? directed by Yo! MTV Raps co-creator and co-director Ted Demme. Dré and Ed Lover went on to record an album in 1994 titled Back up off Me! that was released on Relativity Records.
Dré also served as a DJ for the Beastie Boys.
Dré and Ed Lover participated in the 2003 Comedy Central Roast of their Who's the Man? co-star, comedian Denis Leary.
TYRONE "T MONEY" KELSIE
Original Concept, Yo! MTV RAPS, T450 Style & Launch
Tyrone "T Money" Kelsie made his mark on the hip hop scene first as T Money -- one of the leading pioneers in rap music -- with the group Original Concept.
In 1988, Original Concept's debut album Straight From the Basement of Kooley High, was released by Def Jam. Their song "Pump That Bass" is one of the most recognized and most sampled hip-hop songs of all time.
T Money's success with the group led him to find fame hosting Yo! MTV Raps alongside Doctor Dré and Ed Lover. T Money added to his acting resumé with roles in movies Juice (1992) with Tupac and Who's the Man (1993).
In 1996, he graduated from New York Institute of Technology with a bachelor's degree in communications, and in 2010, he earned a professional certificate in marketing from NYU.
T Money has developed his own promotion, management, and marketing company -- T450 Style & Launch -- and shares his music and media experiences and know-how with a variety of clients, from music and media to products and services.
Today T Money continues to pursue musical and press opportunities under his stage moniker and works closely with his clients from T450 Style & Launch, offering them hands-on advice and promotion.
Collette V. Smith
NFL’s 1st Black Female Coach in History
New York Liberty
NFL Player Association
United States National Team
Film works include: My Beautiful Stutter, Death Metal, Just Cause with Sean Connery, the fashion forward documentary UnZipped for Miramax, Stephen Daldry’s The Hours, Kissing Jessica Stein, The Zookeeper starring Sam Neill, Lesser Prophets and Mother, Mother. From 1987-89, Vice President of Post Production at Cannon Films; 1991-1992, Vice President MGM Post Production. On Broadway: Come From Away, Disgraced (Pulitzer Prize), Grey Gardens and Bridge & Tunnel (special Tony Award). On the West End: David Seidler’s original play, The King’s Speech and Bat Boy: The Musical and Come From Away (Laurence Olivier Award 2019) In Development: Two feature-length documentaries: When Reagan Killed Roosevelt and Just Say Yo!, Super Natureal Thriller Unhinged and the New Magazine Show Certified hosted by Doctor Dré, T Money, and Ed Lover
Ian is the co-author, with Dacre Stoker, of the international bestseller Dracula the Un-Dead, the official sequel to Bram Stoker’s classic 1897 novel, Dracula. To date, Dracula the Un-Dead has sold more than two million copies worldwide. It was #19 on the New York Times Bestseller List and the #5 paperback. It was #1 in France, Germany and Spain. Ian wrote and produced the supernatural thriller Episode 50, co-produced by Ehud Blieberg and Compound B. Most recently, Ian co-produced the horror film Death Metal, penned the horror feature Shut In for the Readmond Company and Unhinged for Alt House Productions.