Another solo adventure for the masses. For Episode 53, I discuss my piercing experience, DMX and drug culture in rap, my issue with Amateur porn, Andy King who shall not be known as the Blow Job King, red flags in dating, and of course the Fyre Festival fiasco.
For Episode 52 I sat down with Philly based social worker Lauren Bauer and discussed her work with children with autism. We covered topics such as awareness, neuro diversity, the importance of doing the work and how it impacts the community, funding for programs, and more. Take a listen and learn something.
For my bonus episode, I decided to talk about things that have been circulating in my mind. I talk about Philly and my attitude toward the city, family matters and learning how to deal with regrets and my utter disdain for CANCEL CULTURE!
Welcome Back! 2019 is in full swing and I was long overdue with providing you with an episode! I discuss my current status in life, thoughts on the Surviving R. Kelly docuseries and why i am the Scorpio Rockstar! Stay Tuned! The Love Revolution with not be televised...
For Episode 48 aka "In Cannabis We Trust", I had the pleasure of interviewing Tsehaitu of the Black Dragon Breakfast Club. We discussed the necessity of smoking with a purpose, cannabis activism, marijuana reform, equity, and how we can embrace the "medicine" to improve our future. For those that do dabble in the ganja, take a listen; and to those that don't, listen anyway you might learn a thing or two.
For Episode 46, My co-host Positive.Tayy and I had a great, insightful and humorous conversation with Naturally Kinky about sex, sexuality, how she entered into the kink world, guys airdropping dick pics, sex toys, her time at Exxxotica, and more... Part 2 drops next week.
When PODCASTS UNITE!!! I was more than fortunate to have the guys behind the wildly popular podcast, Serious Rap Shit, as guests on the show. We discussed Hip-Hop, politics, Gritty Vs Frank Rizzo, The art of live shows, being anti Columbus, and more. BOOM!!!!
For this week's episode of the Weird Is The Black Show, Photographer, Videographer and Creative Director Molly Rose discusses her beginnings, the transition from Spokane to Philly, her inspirations as an artist, her hustler's ambition, and much more... Take a listen and learn something. Peace
This is definitely one for the BOOKS! This episode features a conversation with Expressions Untold, one of the dopest erotic visionaries that I know. I came across his work via Instagram and have become a serious fan of his work. We discussed his beginnings, thoughts on sexuality, how we as cis gendered men can do better in the sex department, our love of women and much much more.
Cuzzo came to visit! We discuss our early experiences in University City, Where we were during the Move bombing, sex, Cuzzo's experience with open relationships and threesomes, being a family man and of course fatherhood. We may or may not have done this under the influence.
Keith Wesson is not only a graphic designer but one of the founding members of the ANML HSE collective. ANML HSE has had quite the legacy in the city of Philly and I sat down with Keith to discuss his love and approach to art, ANML HSE parties and how the brand came to be, almost fighting R.Kelly and much more.
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".