58 episodes

Follow Arian as he explores himself through conversation with a wide variety of people and topics ranging from current events to unexplored regions of our universe. We're all walking through life guessing the best way we know how, he's decided to guess in front of an audience.

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Now What? with Arian Foster Arian Foster

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9, 1.4K Ratings

Follow Arian as he explores himself through conversation with a wide variety of people and topics ranging from current events to unexplored regions of our universe. We're all walking through life guessing the best way we know how, he's decided to guess in front of an audience.

This show is moving to Luminary! For more, go to LuminaryPodcasts.com.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
1.4K Ratings

1.4K Ratings

mikejack1991 ,

Best podcast

It the best podcast out here especially if you want to know more about the black community. Great guests and nothing ever feel rushed.

blaqice23 ,

New leaders

This young man is what is needed in American politics. He was extremely professional and prolific in his delivery. I now downloaded his podcast because of his handling of the interview with Tomi. He did smash!!!! Stay forward young man. He is the “ought” of our nation those like him on the so-called left or right need. Those antiquated persons in Congress need to be removed and make way for young people like this young man.

Brooklyngirl8 ,

Impressive

I saw a clip of Mr. Foster having a civil discussion with Tomi Lahren regarding the NFL protests where some players kneeled during the National Anthem and their allies stood by them. I can only say Mr. Foster outclassed the quite witless Ms. Laren and that propelled me to download his podcast. I am always pleased when we see and hear and feel the reasonaable and dignified responses to social issues and Mr. Foster is a purveyor of good sense. Please have Ms. Lahren on a full podcast. It's nice when reason meets smack and reason wins.

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