I interview Ryan aka MC Ryzen. This is a complete interview where he talks about all things Samoan such as history, careers limits and protocol on how to act when you come as a Samoan American to the islands. Also, tales of being a 14 year old body guard to Eazy E and strip club dance tales. Enjoy!
I wrap the Filipino American Heritage month by talking about Jimmy O Yang and his experience on making it in Movies and TV. There's a lot of Jimmy's story that Filipino immigrants and US born people can relate to. The failure and struggle will sure inspire you.
Russ and Charlie talk about the Hospitable Filipino mentality and the good that it reputes. Then they get into a hearty conversation of enabling parents and the spoiled adults that can't help themselves.
For the third installment of Filipino American Heritage Month, we talk about about courting and dating was like in the 90's, how RnB music backs up or point and dating self loathing is still alive in the Asian Community.
For the second episode for Filipino American Month, Charlie has his guest co host Russell and they chat about the Crabs in a Barrel mentality in the Filipino Culture. They share their experience and Charlie reveals a great mindset to change and feel good about the culture.
Charlie and his friend Russell comments on the Crazy Rich Asians movie and talks about the significance of the project. They also introduce themselves and share their immigrant story and introduces a podcast to be released.
Charlie's lap top has been infected and his audio editing system is the last to be installed. He then goes to a Gay Bingo spot in West Hollywood and recants the fun time. Finally for niche news, a commentary on Netflix American Scandal's episode called "the Brown Out."
Naomi Osaka's Grand Slam win gets outshined due to fandom of Serena Williams. Charlie talks on how ridiculously bratty Serena was in defeat, and then turns things around and honors Naomi's earned win. Cover Art by Bee Johnson.
For the first part, we talk about Trump and his childish tweets towards LeBrom James. Then, we do a comparison of Better vs Greater athletes. Finally at the mid point of the show, we talk about line ups and the off season moves.
Charlie talks about the late Jonathan Gold. How he put LA on the map where the stereotype was of extreme non local impression of Beverly Hills and the Beach. Also, Charlies talks of the difference between Anthony Bourdain versus Jonathan Gold.
Charlie talks about the significance of the Japanese and Senegalese picking up trash after winning their games during the World Cup. Charlie also speaks on the difference of media in Asia versus the US.