Money Sex Gen X (“MSG”) is a weekly podcast convo between gentlemen Gen X’ers Mr. Eric McLoyd and co-host Big Stew. These CHI-TOWN based hosts feel like Generation X needs to be portrayed better in the media. No shade or hate but they feel like Baby Boomers + Millennials get all the shine. Without judgment, they dive into topics like “Is College A Joke?”, “What Does It Mean To Be Black?” and “Let’s Talk About Sex” in hopes of uncovering new truths for viewers and themselves. Their painfully honest style of podcasting + their undeniable chemistry makes for some interesting Gen X curated content.
Season 4 Episode 3- What Does It Mean To Be African American?
The term African American is loaded. Some people like the term and others despise it. One thing that we can agree on is if you are Black and born in this country it is definitely an experience. We will be talking about what that experience means and how it compares to blackness in other parts of the world.
Season 4 Episode 2 -Are You A High Value Man?
Today we are going to dissect this conversation on High-Value men. Shout out to my younger brother for making me aware of Kevin Samuels's video.
Eric watched him on Joe Budden’s podcast. What Eric learned is this conversation is not about are you a good person, a good father, a nice guy...none of that. It is purely about your market value--how the world values you as it relates to business, projects, social standing--what is a moment of your time worth, etc.
Eric boiled this down to 10 points--we encourage the culture to keep having this conversation consider our list but come up with your own.
Season 4-Episode 1-Should You File Bankruptcy?
On this Episode, Eric and Stew get to the bottom of what Bankruptcy is or isn’t! They brought on special guest Attorney Shakeena Melbourne of Upton Law to dive deeper into the subject.
Season 3 Episode 7 Season Finale: Why Do You Refuse To Eat Right?
"Why Do You Refuse To Eat Right?" We discussed food, herbs, supplements, and get to the bottom of why we know how to eat right but don't!!
We were joined by special guest @Maurice George --Balanced, Adjustable, and Humble. Maurice is a Master Barber to the stars--including some of your favorite M.C.'s and celebrities, he is world traveled was once under the guidance of the illustrious Dr. Llaila Afrika--and as a native of New Orleans, Maurice definitely knows about FOOD!!!
Check out his full bio:
With 14 years of experience in the hair service industry, Maurice George has had the opportunity to cut several artists and celebrities such as Lupe Fiasco, Juice WRLD, Terron Brooks, and Isaiah Amir Mustafa. Quite the solivagant, Maurice has traveled to several countries like South Korea, Paris, Egypt, Canada, Mexico, Columbia, and Jamaica, to name a few. A survivor of Hurricane Katrina, Maurice was relocated to Chicago, where he received a bachelor’s in Interdisciplinary Studies. Under the guidance from the late, late Dr. Llaila Afrika, Maurice not only provides a unique hair experience as a stylist but educates clients on holistic tips and recommendations.
Season 3 Episode 6: Are You Soft For Living In The Suburbs?
We discussed our views on rebuilding cities, preserving urban culture and why some people choose to move to the suburbs.
We were joined by Detroit’s very own…GRAMMY-nominated, multi-platinum music producer—The Electrifying Filthy Rockwell.
Filthy Rockwell, an ASCAP award-winning artist, holds down a number of music industry roles: songwriter, arranger, composer, Exec, and A&R. He has worked with some of your favorite artists including George Clinton, Big Sean, Kanye West, 2-Chainz, Pusha-T, Joe Budden and Slaughterhouse.
At the end of 2020, Filthy launched The Filthy American’s Arts & Cultural Preservation Center, located in Northwest Detroit. The space includes a streetwear shop, dope music and is also an art venue.
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Season 3 Episode 5: Why Are You A Bad Parent?
This week Eric and Big Stew explore what makes a bad parent. They are joined on this episode by their 12 year old sons who add some real flavor to the conversation.
Fun, relevant, informative show
I’ve been especially enjoying season 3. The topics are intriguing, Eric and Big Stew provide authentic input and it’s cool to see how much their chemistry as hosts has grown. Kudos fellas from a millennial-Gen Z cusper.
Great show, hands down one of the most insightful podcasts out!
This Podcast is insightful and dropped gems for all generations