Every other Tuesday, we release an interview with hip hop artists and creatives, who range from DJs to breakers, emcees to graffiti writers, producers to entrepreneurs, community leaders and mentors. We talk about their passion for hip hop, their lessons learned, business practices, relationships, personal development and maintaining health. You will get to know our guests and learn from their experiences. Thereby, we hope you get a real and authentic insight into the untold stories and lives of the people who actively contribute to the hip hop culture, beyond the mass media portrayal.
In this episode we chat with East3 about his inspiring community work with incarcerated youth, the lessons he learned from his mentor Phase2, healing from trauma, why you should not use the G-word, and the evolution of writing as an art form.
In this episode we interview Rob Stull. Rob is a Comic Book Industry Veteran who has worked for every major publisher, a teacher, a Museum of Fine Arts Boston Artist-in-Residence, and an Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Luminary. We chat about how he got...
We talk to Christie Zee about her passion for turntablism, the challenges of navigating the industry as a white female Muslim, saying no to hip hop legends, baking cookies and the importance of showing up.
We talk to Joel Martinez aka Teknyc about his early days, his passionate pursuit of his diverse talents, the Spy award, the Go-Off, and his views on social justice issues.
DJ Skeme Richards
In this episode we talk to DJ Skeme Richards about growing up in Philly, the passion of collecting, Blaxploitation films, the impact of black culture, and where to find the best burgers and beers.
We talk to Writer Lito Aguinaga about his upbringing, introduction to hip hop culture and how that led to his company Soul Culture, promoting jams and maintaining health.
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Great behind the scenes!
Awesome podcast to hear from people in and around the hip hop scene and some of their stories that aren’t always told in other mediums. Every episode is a treat!
Great way to hear so many untold stories of hiphop artists! Open different perspectives about life in general and the path to passions!
Thoughtful and interesting!
Great to hear all these stories. Rare to have such access into people’s journeys in today’s hip hop community and not as part of a historical documentary.