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Steve’s Smooth Pickup in College || STEVE HARVEY

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Steve’s Smooth Pickup in College || STEVE HARVEY


– Alright, everybody, welcome back. You know, these days more people than ever are tracing their family tree to find out about their lives. And the lives of their
ancestors, so that they can gain a better understanding
of who they really are. Well thanks to my friends at MyHeritage. The story of my next guest ancestor has been brought to life, take a look. While the history books are full of heroic stories, many stories
of unsung heroes go untold. James Reece Europe is one such hero. Quoted by some as the founding father of Ragtime and Jazz the only
thing more staggering than his legacy is the fact that he is not a household name. Born in eighteen eighty in Mobile Alabama. He learned classical violin
and piano as a child. At twenty two, he moved
to new york to pursue a career in classical music. While there he founded
the Clef Club Orchestra. The first all African American Orchestra and trade union in the country. James single handedly led the orchestra all the way to Carnegie
Hall in nineteen twelve where he made history again as the first black man to
perform at the iconic venue. In nineteen seventeen at
the height of his career he was called to fight in world war one. When not on enemy lines
he as busy introducing a whole new continent to Rag time and Jazz with his band The Harlem Hellfighters. His contribution to black culture makes his untimely death
even more shocking. In nineteen nineteen
he was stabbed to death by a member of his band. He was just thirty nine years old. James Reece Europe’s
efforts to elevate the black cause through music
have earned him a place in the history books
with many referred to him as the Martin Luther King of music. (applause) Well everybody please
welcome, the great grandson of James Reece Europe, Robert F. Europe. (applause) – How you doing man? – Thanks for having me on. – So Robert before
MyHeritage how much did you know about your great grandfathers legacy? – My father James who unfortunately couldn’t be here today,
he always encouraged us to learn as much as we
could about the man. But to kind of gauge the sheer impact that my great grandfather had on culture its kind of hard to comprehend. I mean I know mostly
about his big exploits as far as bringing jazz to France but. You know the finer details of his life my knowledge gets a little
sketchy so I’m excited – Yeah so joining us now is geneticist and family tree
expert Nathan Pearson. (Applause) Alright Nathan, welcome back to the show I know that you’ve partnered
up with MyHeritage on this. How can you help people like Robert connect with their family history? – So families we have kind of two ways of looking back into the
family past, and seeing those details that you’re
craving to see Robert. And those are the DNA
that’s within us and also the lore and the records
that go, that we share outside that, that we share in families and then the paper trail. And so the cool thing with
MyHeritage is they look at both. And so you get this kind of stereo view where your looking
through those binoculars and you can bring the
past into focus and depth better that way and for
your great grandfather when you look back at the records of him and his family, before he was the warrior, before he was the band leader. He was the baby of the
family, the youngest of Lorraine and Henry Europe
and they were living in Mobile, Alabama in nineteen eighty and at that time Henry
was working as a gauger. A gauger is a customs official
at the port in Mobile. But ten years earlier, in the first census after emancipation, he had been
working as a school teacher. And you can see as you
follow the family forward in the paper trail, first they go to D.C and then later when
James moves to New York he of course, in his
fathers footsteps becomes a mentor to so many young
musicians in New York. And there is amazing
paper trail there of him going to Puerto Rico and recruiting. He was trying to find the best
musicians to join his band. There’s a record him
coming back with folks on that ship with new band mates and pioneering that forward. And that of course brings
us to music is his legacy. And to your own legacy,
the living legacy, there. So in your own work,
you inherited along with other people, in your
family tree and other kin. You inherited some of
that beautiful pioneering work that he did artistically
and also of course the DNA that came with it. (Applause) – What attributes from
your great grandfather do-would you think live on in you? – Well obviously, the most
obvious thing would be music um, I myself I’m a career musician. I’m a singer guitar player
for The Fostirit band. Its a little rock band, back in New York. I mean I got cousins that
are just amazing singers vocalist, songwriters and my father James Reece Europe the
third, and my brother Lieutenant James Reece Europe the fourth although they did not
take a career in music there, there both
very,very adept at music. (Applause) – How do you plan on keeping
your great grandfathers memory alive for future
generations in your family? – Well I definitely want
my kids to know about James Reece Europe but
uh I would like everyone to know about James Reece Europe. That’s why my family and
I, we’ve actually been involved in this thing called The Three sixty ninth Experience. They actually recreated the Three Sixty Ninth Harlem Hellfighters. And all the musicians
are made of, musicians from local uh HBCU’s. And they tour around the country, I mean their an incredible band and
they tour around the country and play my great grandfathers music. – Thank you for joining us today man. – On behalf of everybody
thank you Steve and thank you MyHeritage for bringing us on. (Applause) – That’s really cool man
to learn it like that. Thank you Nathan and Robert. Aye! For all of you at
home you to can make amazing family history
discoveries, Just head over to Myheritage.com and right now,
if you use the coupon code Stevefifty, you’ll get fifty percent off their complete subscription. We’ll be right back everybody. (Applause)

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100 thoughts on “Steve’s Smooth Pickup in College || STEVE HARVEY”

  1. Keno Enabulu says:

    Men can not even talk to a girl like this no more 🤦🏽‍♀️. Miss the good old days

  2. Letlhogile Mabilo says:

    Facebook brought me here…….

  3. Simon mahlangu says:

    Melinda should come to the show

  4. Eduardo M. says:

    I am making my move with a girl, talking with her almost every day about a lot of things we have in common and mostly of people dont like, but smoothly, no rush. Its a long game but she totaly worth I.

  5. FAKE Chow says:

    Pimp

  6. Michael Asta says:

    Hell yeah, Steve Harvey reppin' Kent State! #GoldenFlashesBaby

  7. WORLBOSS says:

    where the part 2 of the story?

  8. Aakash Mash says:

    Steve brother is the real g

  9. Al James says:

    Dam steve i tried this and i got 5 kids now man

  10. DaruDy says:

    Steve brother game so tight

  11. Naughty Master says:

    This video instructs you how to walk off like a pro. Lmao I have lost it when he saw her in tight jeans

  12. Thapelo Gumede says:

    Thanks Uncle Steve😂

  13. Cheeky Gamer says:

    Legend! 😄

  14. ThnxM8 says:

    the subtitles… wtf

  15. Tanner Horne says:

    Imma use this hope you dont mind

  16. Aaron Williams says:

    This wouldn’t work in 2019

  17. Vee Shenge says:

    This stuff is good.

  18. Ekene Paul says:

    Even me sef am tripped

  19. kevin x1tiger2y2 says:

    Zion should have watched this 😂😂😂😂

  20. Spartialoptions says:

    Take chivalry out and life is boring af. The chase used to be the best part.

  21. Sujit Yonjan says:

    Am I the only one who literally replayed the video again and again…🤔🤔

  22. TheWanderer says:

    Steve is smoooth

  23. ReCycle Spinning says:

    Hope your wife not watching , Steve

  24. Sebastian Salazar says:

    PLAYA PLAY

  25. Shakur Williams says:

    MY MAN!

  26. Lilian Joan says:

    Steve Harvey you are the best

  27. susan ziso says:

    😂😂😂 .

  28. Magic Adam says:

    Now that's how you do it!

  29. Frankie Hefferman says:

    We need to find Melinda,

  30. RaKeR says:

    What’s up with the subtitles

  31. K 0 says:

    This story is a complete fake, let me tell you. Maybe back in the old days women were softer, but im not completely sure that women were too easy to fall for this approach. In today society this is completely akward, cowardly appproach. Let me explain. Women today wants approach with:
    -Confidence
    -Eye contact
    -Hand gestures
    -Good posture
    -Body Language
    -Positive
    -Jokes
    -Maybe little flirt

    So he obviously sounded like a baby, look, he doesn't look in eyes, body posture too leaned, too anxious with his body, he didnt smile he – no jokes he didnt break the ice, without confident, look st his approach, looks too fake and unnatural, for me this is awkardly approach with no confidence, it looked everything planned before and that's the mistske when you approach a girl, girl can read you in 5seconds and knows when you come with thoughs right away and thoughs planned weeks before and that walk away uhhh very awkward, this is my opinion you can discuss in the comments below but for me this will never ever gonna work today, maybe in the past but its too fakey. Yes i respect his kindness and respect toward women, thats a very good manner for a gentleman but only with respect anf kindess women won't gonna run with you and admire you, one of the greatest manner that can s gentleman have is also humor, without humor you cant break the ice, especially today with this depressed society.
    Maybe the girl was so easy to get, but with my experience im so confused with this approach, i wish i lived in that time or meet a girl like Melinda. Peace and thank you for reading.

  32. ItzLunatic says:

    If you said this today you’d be a joke

  33. 1080p Playz says:

    My boy Steve be killin the game

  34. Jonathan Beya says:

    OMG did you just hear that man laughing out loud from 4:30 ?! Steve might have made his day.

  35. زووي says:

    هههههههههه خبل هو واخوه

  36. Steven Morales says:

    And than walk off ? 😂

  37. Javier Urena says:

    Steve a real one😂😂😂

  38. Supreme Emperor says:

    It's true I was the pizza

  39. Sad Satan says:

    Best example of you dont have to get all the info in one day. Just keep it cool

  40. simon kamau says:

    funniest guy

  41. BreakingFriend says:

    This is quality

  42. Music Mastermind says:

    You've been hit by a Smooth Criminal

  43. No Name says:

    This would just confuse me.

  44. Galleous Blue says:

    Does This go for anyone?

  45. Estel Tante says:

    👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽

  46. C A says:

    And that's how i met malinda

  47. KiLLzone says:

    Imma do this

  48. The Marvel Dork says:

    Real smooth XD

  49. Mile says:

    Respect to his brother!!

  50. Thapelo Ngoatje says:

    Wow This had me smiling especially the 170 pounds walk 😂🤣😂😊

  51. HATTORI HONZO says:

    He’s a legend

  52. ctguitarguy says:

    This only works for women you know you will come into contact again with on a regular basis.

  53. Ms Lavender says:

    I love when share a part of life with his fans. There's one story he told had me laughing so hard I couldn't catch my breath. I've been trying to find that clip on YouTube for the longest.
    He talks about traveling on some kind of tour bus from a golf trip in Florida. As he said they stopped to refuel somewhere between the borderline of Florida and Georgia. Steve said he looked around and noticed a general store. By this time he had a taste for an organic banana. He entered the store and encountered a grouchy owner who left him waiting. Then, a young black lady recognized him and waited on him. She sold him a lot of lottery tickets. By the time he was ready to leave, the young lady placed a call to her mom and told her Steve was in the store. As Steve was walking out, he was surrounded by kids asking for ice cream and pizza. Shortly, the young lady's mama appeared. The rest is hilarious. Only Steve can tell this story.

    If anyone is familiar with this story, please leave a link.

  54. weebtrash6969 says:

    Plot twist Steve is Marvin Gaye

  55. ritiksfilms says:

    This has given me so much confidence to try this.

  56. PRIYO says:

    Brother's pimpin, yeah

  57. potato head says:

    Unfortunately, guys won’t try this, not in 2019, not in America. They are scared and you can’t blame them. Not scared of the girl but getting prosecuted for sexual harassment if he’s not her type. I would be too. Your reputation is seriously on the line. I can’t imagine how it’s like for you men in America to date nowadays. I have no problem approaching a random girl I like in public where I live here in Europe. But in America, noo. Forget spontaneity and perseverance. Forget flirting and romance. It’s killed. Trust me you don’t want to stay in the world of exchanging insta’s and hookups. It feels nice and convenient in the short term but if you don’t experience meaningful relationships in your 20’s that really sucks. Please feel free to comment and engage in discussion if you like this topic 🙂

  58. Alexander O'Connell says:

    Where was this video when I was in school. Where was it when I was at Uni! WHERE HAS THIS VIDEO BEEN ALL MY LIFE!
    Steve you the man!

  59. picaros irish says:

    Thats smooth.. Steve 🤘🤘

  60. Jake Sanders says:

    That's school days game.. nowadays if I see a girl out and about, I can't risk losing her so I gotta do this whole gig in the first interaction coz I don't know if I'll bump into her again.
    Me: It would make my day if you told me your name.
    Her: Sara
    Me: It would make my day if you said my name.. it's Jake.
    Her: Hi Jake
    Me: It would make my day if y..
    Her: Ok you're creeping me out with the "make my day" thing

  61. Jason Brown says:

    😂

  62. catfishR61 says:

    😂😂😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣🤣

  63. Alec G says:

    Two types of people come out of Kent State:

    Steve Harvey

    The republican gun girl

  64. Lil Ninja says:

    https://www.facebook.com/itboyerni/

  65. Nour says:

    What you did you next ?

  66. Blue YT says:

    Istggg ima try this 😭

  67. Tony T says:

    What is wrong with the Captions and subtitles…

  68. It must be Beck says:

    You can only inherit such smooth….and be a Harvey

  69. S. Wen says:

    Part 2 pls !

  70. Felix korir says:

    Thanks Steve. I feel like I have already won even before I make a move.

  71. Azaroclaps says:

    This guy is iconic 😂❤❤

  72. Ghaith Althobaiti says:

    Wwhhaattt the hell is happening with the English subtitle!!!

  73. Bryan Osorio says:

    Smooth uncle Steve

  74. Jennie says:

    I’m watching the video at the moment and I have the subtitles on and I was hella confused when the subtitles didn’t match what he was saying. It’s around 2am and my family is asleep so I can’t have the sound on, but when I plugged in my earphones i found out that he wasn’t talking about someone named James

  75. HYBECTIVE says:

    Alright, I’m using this 😂

  76. Jamie Jackson says:

    🤣🤣🤣🙌🏾

  77. Wessel Conway says:

    The "what's your name" and walking away is what he had Brandon do on that segment "24 and never had a girlfriend"

  78. SSJ ERIK says:

    Ima try this on a girl I know

  79. ATHI ATHI says:

    That was some great story Steve 😂😂 I which the end was here too

  80. James Harris says:

    😂😂😂😂 I love it lol

  81. cumar saeed says:

    😂😂😂

  82. Franko ttv says:

    hahaha 😂😂😂😅😅

  83. Effandgee Dambreville says:

    I swear I’m trying this 😂

  84. Iam Mindnority says:

    Steve a true player.. that turned out better than I thought

  85. CHERYL HARBOUR says:

    Love this story!

  86. Ricky says:

    2019: Send nudes pls

  87. agbele kolade says:

    how will a video have over a million views without a like nor dislike.

  88. Kawaii Katarina says:

    Steve is much smoother when he's nervous than me on my best day.

  89. Steryjen Deese says:

    Steve Harvey😉😎

  90. Fasting Izzy says:

    So cute! No woman is ever out of your league!

  91. Fleaz says:

    “Them jeans were tight I lost it” lmao

  92. Vasking says:

    I learned something from this vid great job Steve

  93. Master J says:

    @3:04 Same technique I did in college! Every time my crush walks by the corridor, i smelt her and pretended to faint then my friends in the hallway will laugh at me. It noticed her and finally talked to me. She said, Hi my name is Andrea, what's yours? And I said.. I'm.. I'm… I'm in love. She laughed and we became good friends because she already had a boyfriend.

  94. Manbo Tatiana says:

    Ahhhh "PAPA" you a dude man😀😀😀😀👏👏

  95. kondwani khonje says:

    I miss you steve

  96. TJ Tmz Ms says:

    Can we have this show back please?❤❤❤❤

  97. Guan Disimo says:

    consistency is key

  98. Hayden Matthews says:

    John 3:16For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

  99. eryk dabek says:

    👌

  100. Kinky Mist says:

    Gey

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