In a world that's so bitter, why not add something sweet? Join hosts Kristen Dominique and Honoré as they explore the worlds of art, love, wellness and more importantly, Black excellence.
Episode 21 - The Art of Resilience
It's the end of the year as we know it! We made it...barely. Man, what a ride 2020 has been. This week we talk about some of the year's biggest moments in history including the pandemic that has changed our world in so many ways. It has been challenging but we soldiered on and here we all are, awaiting to see what 2021 has in store for us. We keep it light this episode. The year has been heavy enough as it is. Happy Holidays y'all, stay warm and be safe.
- BWC Team
Episode 20 -The Art Of 2020 (So far...)
Congratulations! You have successfully passed level 364 of the year 2020. It is now September and this feels like the longest 9 months of life. It's been heavy y'all and we at BWC had decided to take a step back to take care of ourselves and loved ones. But we're back again! Thank you for your patience and sticking with us.
This week we talk about all the craziness of 2020 so far, how we've been coping and most importantly remembering and reflecting on the life of the talented, humble, brilliant, ambitious, wise and impactful life artist, Chadwick Boseman. The sudden and devastating news impacted all of us, especially the Black community. His legacy will live on forever and will continue to be the real life Superhero for all of us. Rest in Power.
Episode 19 - The Art Of The Uprising
Welcome back BWC fam! 2020 continues to be on especially for the Black community and this week we start part 1 of a series dedicated to expressing, educating and reiterating the importance of Black history, Black lives and Black excellence. This week we are joined by our good friend Vashti of Wisdom Darkmvtter to share our thoughts and frustrations with the current climate in the world of anti-Blackness and the unnecessary deaths of unarmed Black people at the hands of law enforcement and the continual oppression of systemic racism. Raw, real, emotional conversations. As always, follow us on Instagram @bwcpodcast for the latest info and to join the conversation.
Episode 18 - The Art Of Verzuz
This week we take a trip down music memory lane as we discuss the newest way we spend our Saturday nights. In case you didn't know, Verzuz is a weekly live concert series curated by legendary producers Timbaland and Swizz Beatz performed remotely by artists for a hit to hit face off. We share our thoughts on the battles we've witness so far and the ones we hope to come. We talk about other music news as well. Either way, after a weekend full of heaviness and heartache, we felt like sharing this light-hearted conversation in light of all the craziness happening around us. Stay safe, Family. We got you. Follow us on IG @bwcpodcast to keep up to date with all the latest from the BWC fam!
Episode 17 - The Art of Quarantine
What up Fomlay!? Welcome back to our regular, scheduled programming. It has been a minute but through all these wild and in some moments, trying times, we've missed you! Tune in this week as we talk about life during these #coronatimes. Things have changed considerably for everyone and with all this rapid change has come a lot of stress. We share our stories of life before and during these strange times and share some tips on how we've been coping while we adapting to our "new normal".
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Episode 16 - The Art of Queen and Slim
New year, new format! Focusing on music and film created, starring and/or produced by talented black artists, each week we will share our thoughts and opinions on a body of work and give a Better With Chocolate style rating out of 5 for your listening pleasure. This week we talk about "Queen and Slim". We share a quick synopsis, our thoughts about the film, our favourite scenes and why we think you should see it.
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