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.
Charlie comes back to LA for 4 days and is in a daze from handling the Extra Judicial process from his fathers parting, older men dating younger women, the new women's equal rights movement. Finally, the guys talk about Harvey Weinstein and recording artist Gas Lamp Killer accusations of rape.
We interview Dj Naya of Wave 89.1 in Manila, Philippines. She talks about how and why she moved from New York to the Asia, her transition from a corporate job to radio and the difference in dating ex pats and locals from NYC to Manila. Enjoy!
Jovanne finds a video where a Millennial defends the way they treat their career and life. The crew finds irony and comments on the difference in perspective. Also, Lonzo Ball, rookie of the Los Angeles Lakers ironically says that no one young listens the the hip hop legend Nas, as we tie in the younger mentality towards all things historically.
We do a post fight analysis of the Mayweather / McGregor match. We also play our interview with Javier Vazquez and promote his Go Fund Me page: https://www.gofundme.com/prof-javier-vasquez-cancer-relief For the interview; Javier gives advice on what sells in the UFC, how to remedy the lack of knockouts in MMA and what it's like to train in multiple philosophies in Jiujitsu.
Our discussion on younger women abusing their boyfriends both physically and emotionally, renders a new philosophy on dating and the saying "sticks and stones." We also speak on image hacks that will use pictures of dead rappers and try to sell it as their own brand and product.
We interview Dash Radio consultant and Skee TV founder Ryan Tomlinson. We talk about balancing family life and being a mogul, sports, his time with Dj Skee, Kendrick Lamar and where digital media is going.