We talk about early days as an artist and letting go of fear to make the work we were meant to create.
Musician and writer Cadence Weapon discusses his approach to making songs and how his obsession with rap guided him early on.
Elizabeth Rodriguez and Magdelys Savigne of Afro-Cuban jazz group, OKAN.
How a passion for revamping shoes led to the start of a successful brand.
Grammy Award winning multidisciplinary artist, David Strickland discusses his influences and how connected Indigenous cultures are to hip-hop.
Multihyphenate artist Romana discusses her new music and the diverse creative interests she’s simultaneously pursuing.
Music Producer and DJ, Paul Chin talks about his latest album, Full Spectrum, being a music producer in the digital era and making music that doesn’t fit one genre.
Writer and Emcee, A. Harmony talks about the impact of a formal music education, how having experience as a recording artist and music writer adds credibility as a music journalist, female representation in hip hop and whether or not your loved ones have to read your writing to support you.
Katrina and I talked about what an artist manager does, setting boundaries, why she started doing online coaching and the unconventional path she took to get to where she is today.
Amara Kanté Featuring Crystal John
Interview with world renowned Master Percussionist, Composer and Artistic Director, Amara Kanté.
In episode 7, I interviewed Dion Walcot, the entrepreneur behind Martk’d, a dynamic custom shoe design competition.