For Episode 39, I decided that a statement had to be made. There's so much going on within our political climate and women are the focal point. Dr. Timaree Leigh returns to break down the fundamentals on feminism, rape culture, and more. Take a listen and learn something!!!
For Episode 38, I talk shop with rapper Voss! We discuss his career, current ambitions, thoughts on Hip-Hop, Kanye, Old vs New Generation of Hip-Hop, his time as a battle rap champion on 106 and Park, and more. Take a listen! Peace
For Episode 37 of the Weird Is The New Black Show, I sat down with local filmmaker Bryan Green. We discussed his work (The Bicycle Vignette and The Reoccurrence Plot: Family Circle), his creative methods, Afrofuturism, and the importance of representation in the media. Check it out!
For This Episode, I sat down with Author Tynisha Share to discuss her book The Broken Pussy Theory. You may be familiar with the idea from Issa Rae's HBO show Insecure. We discussed many topics and I definitely enjoyed the conversation. Take a listen! Buy the book https://tynishashare.com/thebrokenpussytheory/
For Episode 35, I sat with a representative of Philly's cultural side, Uncool Chuck. He's a well known figure in the city who's responsible for the WE CULTURE photo shoots as well as other creative endeavors. We discussed the state of Philly culture, the WE CULTURE movement and what he learned from it, Celebrating local artists who've made their mark, admiration of Will Smith the rapper and Will Smith the fashion designer and more... Philly is ACTIVE!
So much happened this week and I felt the need to speak on a variety of topics: The Bobby Brown Story, Meeting Mac Miller and his passing, Rich Quick, Cardi B & Nicki Minaj, New Jack Swing Era, and my current favorite jam by Kanye West and Lil Pump "I Love It".
For the 33rd Episode, I sat down with my longtime friend Nate and we let loose. We discussed our lives post college, thoughts on dating and relationships, being the old guys in the club, sex confessions and more.
Episode 32 features photographer Andre Rucker. We discussed his introduction to photography, why skating is his favorite pastime, Philly's art scene, his inspirations and more. Take a listen to the vision!
After quite the hiatus, the Weird Is The New Black show returns with Episode 31 featuring Sid Sutra! We discussed his beginnings with Sela, his solo career and how he creates his music, spirituality, mental health and at the end of the show, we feature his single "Daylight/At Night".
I sat down with Filmmaker Christian Nolan Jones to discuss his film PRINT SHOP, filmmaking, his influences, his love for the city of Philly, upcoming projects and more. Click the link below for PRINT SHOP (Short Film) https://vimeo.com/221976829
For this weeks episode, I interviewed Philly's own Chyfann aka Chyfizza of the Overtime Boyz. We discuss his background, a brief Cambodian history lesson, his music wit the Overtime Boyz, thoughts on the city, FOOD, and much more... Check it out! PEACE
In this episode, I talk about Donald Glover aka Childish Gambino, his recent song/video for "This Is America", morons, Kanye West (again!!), my brief weekend, tequila and other random bits of information.
Episode 26 features an awesome interview with hip-hop artist Grande Marshall. We discuss his come ups, his career in music, how he's grown as an artist, working with GLC, his thoughts on Kanye, and more.
For this week's episode, I kick it with the homie Jeff aka @killadelfkid. We talk about our experiences in life, our love and disdain for the City of Brotherly love, Acceptance, and of course the importance of giving meaning to your life.
For my 21st episode, I sat with the emcee homie Chris Vance. We rapped about his beginnings, the 30 and Over League, his new single "Legendary" featuring Brooklyn emcee Skyzoo, and how the road to recovery after a crazy injury brought him back to life.
Episode 20 isn't for the weak of heart. Initially, I planned for this to be a podcast about Kung Fu and how it's philosophies and teachings can affect our lives BUT due to the state of the world and the release of Black Panther in theaters (SPOILERS ABOUND!), my good friend Phil and I decided to take another route. We discuss Kung Fu, Black Panther, The Vietnam War, Our respective upbringings, religion, and much more.
For Episode 19, I talk with the homie Reef The Lost Cauze about striving and surviving. Reef is a well known emcee from the city of brotherly love but that’s just a portion of who he really is. We discuss everything from family, fatherhood to everyday fuckery.