The QBPC brings you different views on many different career backgrounds as highlighted by new special guests in every episode. You will be able to listen to how many of these professionals began their journey into these different careers and how they plan to keep striving forward. From authors, bodybuilders to rap artists and even independent wrestlers! The Questionable Behavior Podcast lets you explore the world through others eyes. The comedic touch of the hosts brings a down to earth vibe to the show .
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World renowned hair stylist and makeup artist: Noli Salihi
After a short break due to the world pandemic, we kick off a new season with a long time friend of the show and world known hair stylist and make up artist, Noli Salihi.
Noli, like Edison, came to the Unites States in 1999 due to the war in Kosovo. Before the war Noli placed top 3 in Europe for best hair stylist, and had one of the most popular salons in Eastern Europe. During the war the salon was burned down, and he had to start his career from the beginning in the United States.
Now almost 20 years later, Noli has worked with many A list stars in the United States and has once again started a thriving hair salon, and has also broadened his work with his makeup artistry as well as Line producing for movies/documentaries etc.
We discuss this transition, and other accomplishments in Noli's career as well as give an inspiring message to the next generation on how you can never give up on your dreams, and cannot wait for others to acknowledge you, that must come from within.
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Host Edison: @Your2Cents
Guest Noli: @NoliHairSalon & @NoliSpecialEffects
Big Flock - discusses new album, past hardships & future goals
In this episode we sit down with one of the biggest talents coming out of the DMV area, Big Flock. Born and raised in Maryland, rapper Big Flock began performing around 2012. Big Flock was active in the Washington, D.C. area rap scene, releasing tracks both as part of the group and solo. His solo projects grew fiercer and darker as they went. Flock released the Sonny mixtape as well as an EP entitled Live Hungry, Die Fat in 2014, and the next two years brought the mixtapes Glockism, Kill Me Now, and The Great Depression, the latter of which featured guest spots from 21 Savage and Hoodrich Pablo Juan. Big Flock's songs and videos told tales of glorified gang violence and drug-dealing lifestyles, and the rapper lived what he wrote about. He was incarcerated for stretches of his early music career, and in late 2016 he was sentenced to three years for gun and drug charges. In March of 2017, Big Flock penned a regretful open letter to his public, apologizing for his crimes and stating that he finally realized -- a little too late -- that the streets didn't love anyone. The five-page letter was circulated widely and offered heavy life lessons for the rapper's fans and admirers.
Tune in to this episode and find out how Big Flock plans on making up for lost time and how he plans on building on his already impressive music career.
Chris Rivers backstage at SOBs Discusses GITU album and career goals
Initially only seen under his fathers, Big Puns, light Chris Rivers has managed to outwork most artists his age and create a name for himself which stands alone. On his latest project G.I.T.U Chris Rivers manages to explore many different sounds that may have caught some of his fans off guard in a good way.
Chris mentions that GITU is the “The most complete project” he has put out so far and also discusses with us his disappointments of his Delorean project in which he felt that he was “the worst rapper on his own project”
This leads to a conversation discussing his time off of making music for a while, and the new mind set which led to this excellent new project G.I.T.U. which not only has tracks that everyone can vibe to, but the videos that go along with the project are entertaining and enrapturing as well.
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Musician Oswin Benjamin at SOB's
In this episode, we sit down with the talented Oswin Benjamin who we originally met on tour at Soundset Festival in Minnesotta. We discuss his early career and how he took a leap of faith and quit his job to pursue his dream. Years and a few milestones later Oswin can only appreciate the people that were around him and believed in him during those times. Oswin also discusses his time at Soundset festival as well as touring the country with other festivals such as Rolling loud, essence festival and more. With the most recent success shown by Oswin, it's easy to see his rise to future stardom.
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Interview with Musician Smarts Keys in Atlanta
In this episode we sit down with long time friend Smarts aka SmartsKeys music who has most frequently features on previous guests Album, Steelyone. We discuss with Smarts his latest album 'YKTV' and the vibes that he's bringin us with it. Smarts is known for his jovial party music, manipulating his vocals for catchy hooks while also showing you his writing talents with in depth metaphors so it's no surprise that you'll be singing along to his newest album as well!
We also discuss our time together at Imagine festival, and upcoming projects with Steelyone. We also have a brief guest appearance by Kool Kidd Dre.
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Instagram: @The_QBPC & @SmartsKeys
Artist Prez P interview at Roots Collective in Miami
In this episode we sit down with North Miami artist Prez P and discuss not only his latest projects, but how he intends to continue to bring positive vibes through his music. Prez has a resume full of achievements and we touch on some of them, such as when Miamis own Rick Ross mentioned him on the Drinking Champs podcast, featuring on XXL Magazine as one of the next Miami rappers to watch out for on a list with artists such as Kodak Black, Denzel Curry and more.
Prez P has been dropping music for nearly a decade and has worked with some of the best that Miami has to offer, making multiple cannabis friendly bangers along the way. He explains to us how he believes smoking cannabis has saved his life as well as discussing the miami community as a whole and how him along with the group from Roots Collective are currently helping their community by creating a hub for the creative.
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