This episode we mix it up with the preforming artist Soomi Kim! She is simply fantastic.
Dan Ryder is a rising, brilliantly creative and disruptive force in the realm of education.
Crystal’s on a mission to change the whole entire game and she wants everyone to join in.
We talk to the Cassie Flynn who’s job involves no less than saving the world.
Kwaku is showing off his section of the gene pool by bringing on his cousin, the prodigiously multitalented, Yaa Boaa.
We rap with Elyse Burden, co-founder of Real World Scholars. Her job? Nothing less than the self actualization of our youth.
We are graced with the phenomenal jazz guitarist Adam Rogers. Man this cat is a beast and has stories for days!
Stunt man/fight coordinator Larnell Stovall joins us. His hustle is tight and his knowledge is deep.
Kwaku and Ato need room to vent about the elephant in the room and what the dope shit to do about it.
Marcus Wilson, co-founder of the red hot fitness apparel company “No Bull” drops by. Oh yeah he’s also Ato’s best friend.
Geoff Burke plays the sax. He’s a member of Harry Connick Jr’s house band. He’s played with Wynton Marsalis and Natalie Cole.
Musician Ryan Star brought vinyl, whiskey & jammed on one of Ato’s guitars.
Fantastic actor & one of the stars of Own’s “Queen Sugar” graces the mic.
Writer & verbal pugilist Joshua James breaks it down Obi-Wan style.
In this episode we bring you journeyman musician Mike Doughty.
Actor, writer & fanboy extraordinaire Brandon T. Snider dropped by.
In this episode we experience the vibrant and exquisite artist, Zina Saro-Wiwa.
We kick it with Ben Bowman, director of the fantastic indy flick “Knucklehead.”
Kevin gave us a sample of his new single “The Grind” and it’s hot a fuq!
Badass bassist Kevin Jacoby, the creative force behind the band “DX7” joins us to try to unravel the whole twisted thing.
Playwright, creator of the acclaimed podcast “The Message” & Ato’s arch-nemesis, Mac Rogers joins us.
We meet multi-instrumentalist/singer/songwriter and “Brothers in Yarn” frontman Shawn Fogel.
We meet Azie Tesfai, a star of the CW hit Jane the Virgin and founder of Fortuned Culture.
We sat down with the incandescent Miss Velvet who was torching Austin’s famous “Speakeasy” with her band “The Blue Wolf.”
Adrienne “The Dorchester Hustler” Campbell-Holt gives us a taste of “Empathitrax” by Ana Nogueira.
In this episode, we talk with the incomparable Adrienne Campbell-Holt, artistic director of Colt Coeur.
We’re down in Austin at SXSW with the fascinating singer/songwriter, Call Me Kat.
J. Ivy continues to regale us with his fascinating journey of trial, tribulation and ultimately redemption.
We chop it up with poet, author, musician, inspiration engine, soul mover… Chi-town’s own J Ivy.
The second half of our interview with Skinner Myers.
Kicking this podcast off by interviewing Skinner Myers: actor, musician, writer, director and a man with an amazing story to tell.