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Ep 174- African in New York(w/ Nancy Siisii)
Zambian Banker and Podcaster Nancy talks about her transition from the Zambian countryside to the boogie-down Bronx, New York. We also talk about professional and personal relationships.
Check out her podcast Concrete Pastures on concretepastures.com
Ep 173- Working Comedian (w/ Mark Masters)
Mark Masters is Colorado's 2nd cleanest comedian. He is a comedy club headliner who has performed and been featured in media outlets around the world. He hosts and books the Vail Comedy Show in Vail, Colorado
Mark wrote and published the book 'Not Good Yet'; the incredible but true story of his first six months of comedy.
Ep 172- Love Will Come Back (w/ Filomena Croce)
Filomena is a singer/songwriter from Barletta, Italy. She speaks three languages and has travelled all over the world as a musician. She talks about her experience performing globally, what it's like living in different countries and why no matters where she goes, love comes back.
Filomena recently released her first EP 'Love Will Come Back'. The project is available everywhere you find albums.
Ep 171- Nosa on the Concrete Pastures Podcast
Nosa sits with Nacy Siisii of the concrete pastures podcast to talk entrepreneurship.
Ep 170- Nosa on the Sambaza Podcast
Nosa talks to Sambaza about Pod Break and the podcasting journey so far.
Join us in Chicago
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Ep 169- Only Black Girl On Mars (w/ Andrea Afua Kwamya)
Andrea has spent most of her life trying to reconcile her identity. On this episode she talks about growing up African in America, living in Serbia & being the only Black Girl on Mars. She also talks about the upcoming African Podcaster event PODBREAK
Listeners can join us in Chicago
I am OBSESSED with this concept!! I love being able to hear from other people! I love being able to learn from others and their experiences! Give this podcast a listen, you won’t regret it!
Award Winning Right Here
Nosa is a guru at communicating with his guests. You the listener feel the warmth and authenticity in the communications per episode. I also love the diversity of guests and topics discussed. I see an award in it's future. Great stuff!
Informative, Funny and Relatable!
I only recently started listening to this podcast, but it is definitely a treasure! Not only is the intro music catchy (that’s hard to find in a sea of podcasts) but the host Nosa does a wonderful job of incorporating a variety of cultures and perspectives into their show, which only adds to the depth of conversation seen with his guests. He is funny, relatable and truly professional—if you’re looking for a new podcast to binge, look no further!