ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr All good things evolve if they’re going to get even better.Take my career.When I was named the 2015 CUES Next Top Credit Union Exec, I was manager of philanthropy and community investment at $1.6 million America’s First Credit Union, Birmingham, Alabama.Winning the challenge opened many doors. Along the way to my current role as VP/membership at CUES, I worked as the stewardship and development director at Filene and also did diversity consulting through my own business.Like my career, the CUES Next Top Credit Union Exec program is evolving for the better. In January 2020, it will relaunch as “CUES Emerge.” continue reading »
For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Panchkula: Dabang Delhi played out a thrilling 37-37 tie against Jaipur Pink Panthers in a Pro Kabaddi League season 6 fixture at the Tau Devi Lal Stadium here Thursday. Selvamani’s four-point raid was the brave moment of the match, while Sandeep Dhull showed immense strength and high fitness levels to score 6 tackle points.Deepak Hooda scored 8 points for Jaipur, while Chandran Ranjit (11 points) and Pawan Kadian (9 points) were among the top scorers for Dabang Delhi.Dabang Delhi made a strong start and led 5-0 after four minutes as they picked up a couple of raid and tackle points. A super tackle in the 5th minute opened Pink Panthers’ account. They were kept alive in the match because of their defence as they forced another super tackle in the 8th minute to level the match at 6-6.Also read | WV Raman pips Gary Kirsten, appointed as the new coach of the India women’s cricket teamDabang Delhi took the lead once again, inflicting an all-out in the 11th minute to lead 11-7. Selvamani’s super raid in the 13th minute got Jaipur back in the match once again.It was a see-saw of a match with Jaipur cutting the deficit every time Delhi threatened to run away with the match. Ajinkya Pawar’s two-point raid in the 17th minute made it a one-point gap as at the end of the first half Dabang Delhi led 18-17.PawanKadian made a super raid in the 21st minute to give Delhi 21-18 lead. But Selvamani’s brilliant four-point raid in the 24th minute got Jaipur back in the match once again.Also read | What must Virat Kohli’s India do to win the Melbourne Test and series in Australia?With less than five minutes to go Jaipur were trailing by five points when Ajinkya made a two-point raid to reduce the gap to three. In the 38th minute, Jaipur inflicted an all-out as they trailed 35-36 and Deepak Hooda levelled the match in the next minute with a successful raid.
“Not a cent… I am the writer, the arranger, the composer, the singer and the producer of the original song,” he said. Hibbert’s original version of “Bam Bam” inspired Sister Nancy’s 1982 version which has gained worldwide popularity. Produced by Winston Riley, it borrows heavily from the chorus of the 1966 festival song. Sister Nancy’s version also made it to the soundtrack of the 1998 film Belly. Hibbert was a finalist in the 2020 Jamaica Festival Song Competition won by Buju Banton. The copyright law of the United States grants monopoly protection for “original works of authorship.” The exclusive rights are subject to a time limit and generally expire 70 years after the author’s death. In the United States, any work published before January 1, 1925, is generally considered public domain. Cabel Stephenson, manager of Toots and the Maytals, said the singer has also instructed his publishers to do a thorough forensic accounting of all those who have covered his song without giving him credit. “It is well established and cannot be disputed that he is the owner of his song and it was also registered in the U.S. Congress, so all who have been using his copyright without contacting him will soon discover who is the true intellectual copyright owner of this song. It’s a matter of long run, short catch,” he said in a press release. Hibbert said, “‘Bam Bam’ is a very dear project to me, because it was my first festival song winner. When I saw what was going on in the world, what the world was coming to…I came up with ‘What a Bam Bam,’ to talk about what I saw around me, the fighting, the taking of things that wasn’t theirs, the killing. It’s a bam bam, what a bam bam, it has several meanings. Even a sexy girl walking down the road, you can appreciate her and say: ‘What a bam bam!’” Beyoncé used a sample of “Bam Bam” interpolated with her live performance of “Hold Up” from her 2016 album Lemonade. Hibbert, 77, said he has never collected royalties for the song. Jay-Z sampled the song in “Bam” from the 2017 album 4:44. Jay-Z traveled to Jamaica to record the music video for “Bam.” While on his visit, he met Sister Nancy, who is featured in the video. “She came to me and told me she never knew that it was my song, and the song was done before she was born. At the time, I respected her as an artiste trying to help herself and this song provided a lot of help for her career. So, there’s no ill will, just the business,” he said. Kanye West featuring Rihanna sampled “Bam Bam” on the 2016 song “Famous” from The Life of Pablo. The singer said he met Sister Nancy, who did a popular cover of “Bam Bam,” backstage at a festival backstage in Europe years ago. American Lauryn Hill interpolated features from “Bam Bam” in her own song, “Lost Ones,” from the 1998 album, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. According to Hibbert, he is listed as the principal songwriter in the U.S. Copyright Office in Washington DC. Hibbert is currently promoting Got to Be Tough, his first album in a decade, to be released by Trojan Jamaica/BMG Records on August 28. Toots Hibbert of the veteran Jamaican reggae group Toots and the Maytals has instructed a team of intellectual property managers to investigate who has been collecting publishing and royalties for his 1966 Jamaica Festival Song, “Bam Bam.”