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Where the cool, calm, and connected talk straight - no chaser.

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It's our last show foreva, eva. We know this is a sad moment for many of our listeners but we want to say thank you for tuning in each week. Whether you've been on this ride since November 2016 or tuned in for the first time today, we appreciate you! For our final episode, we invited fashion industry professional, Tiara Chameleon (real name, no gimmick) to talk about her fashion career pivots and vintage clothing collection, 1984V. Joining us again is Lana Syreeta of Sal Terrae Wax (Episode 120) who has been friends with Tiara since middle school back in Cleveland. All we can say is it's going to be one helluva finale from start to finish. #NecessaryListening Powered and distributed by Simplecast
Marvin "MJ" Jackson is the founder of Un-Chained Minds, an organization educating and engaging youth on socioeconomic issues such as poverty, drugs, gangs, incarceration, mental health, and more. Geronimo and Chelle B talk with Marvin about having been a juvenile lifer, changing his mindset for the better while incarcerated for 22 years, founding Un-Chained Minds, negative societal influences affecting today's youth, and possible solutions to reverse these influences. Learn more about Un-Chained MInds at www.un-chainedminds.org #NecessaryListening Powered and distributed by Simplecast
Barry Bishop “The Creative” is a graphic artist from Washington, DC by way of Trinidad and Tobago. He is best known for his designs in the early days of DC’s best known streetwear brand, Madness Connection aka Universal Madness, and his own clothing brand B-Man Apparel. Geronimo and Chelle B talk with Barry and Document the Fresh exhibit series founder Gerald Watson about the artist’s career, street fashion, and Barry’s upcoming solo exhibit in DC this Saturday 12/7. For more information on the exhibit, visit barrybishopart.eventbrite.com #NecessaryListening. Powered and distributed by Simplecast.
"The End is Near" Episode

"The End is Near" Episode

2019-11-2000:52:36

We're just under 30 days away from the end of 2019 and the second decade of the 21st century. Geronimo and Chelle B look back on the past ten years, Kanye's relentless revival, unnecessary remakes of everything, and awards season. Real talk per usual. #NecessaryListening Powered and distributed by Simplecast
The connection to mental health, nutrition, and spirituality food has is a truth often not spoken about in Black communities. We brought in Tambra Raye Stevenson, founder of NATIVSOL Kitchen and WANDA (Women Advancing Nutrition, Dietietics, and Agriculture), to give more us more insight on this connection and how knowing our ancestry can help combat ailments that plague Black folks most. Learn more about Tambra and her work at www.tambraraye.com
The Indie Tube is a platform where independent creatives can feature their work for fans and those in search of evergreen content beyond YouTube and other popular streaming video sites. Geronimo and Chelle B talk with Ethan Evans, founder of The Indie Tube, about what it takes to start a streaming site and why it's necessary for new players to enter the world of video. #NecessaryListeningPowered and distributed by Simplecast
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For tickets and more information on the Globe Poster Exhibit, visit https://dcdesignweek.org/events/shaolin-jazz-and-globe-posters/Powered and distributed by Simplecast
Please visit https://www.woollymammoth.net/love-drive for more information about The Love Drive, WHAT TO SEND UP WHEN IT GOES DOWN, and Lil SoSo Productions
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Mercy Chikowore is communications extraordinaire whose background is in public relations and journalism within the nonprofit, entertainment, and private sectors. Her resume includes client placements in the Washington Post, NY Times, Business Insider, along with her own media contributions to SoulBounce, The Washington Post, and the Couch Sessions. Geronimo talks with Mercy about her career, the importance of relationship building as a publicist, how her multicultural experience influences her work, and a few socioeconomic myths associated with US immigration. Random Aside takes a rather Leo tilt this episode, too. #NecessaryListening
Geronimo has been back in DC for a month and we know you’ve got questions about why he spent the last year in New Orleans and what happened while he was there. Full Service Radio’sJack Inslee talks with Geronimo about all this and more on this week‘s episode.
Kapri Robinson is a DC-based bartender, Santa Teresa 1796 Rum ambassador, and creator of Chocolate City's Best. The almost-year-old organization's mission is to enhance the careers of people of color in the food and beverage industry through competitions, educational classes, art, panels, and workshops. Geronimo talks with Kapri about achievements of CCB in its first year and the embrace of cocktail culture within the Black community.
Anwaa Kong is a Jamaican-born entrepreneur who has made many pivots within his lifestyle marketing career. He currently works with Martell Cognac and recently launched a social lifestyle app called MVEMNT. Geronimo has watched Anwaa wear several entrepreneurial hats throughout the years - nightlife photographer, media publisher, radio station owner, and more in-between. The guys talk about why the ability to pivot and reinvent ourselves while working in lifestyle is so necessary, and lessons Anwaa has learned along the way that have helped him become better as an entrepreneur and influencer. #NecessaryListening Listen to Robert Jay's "Can't Believe It" [R E D U X] - bit.ly/2LRkt9R Follow Anwaa: www.instagram.com/anwaakong www.twitter.com/AnwaaKong Follow MVEMNT: https://linktr.ee/mve.mnt Follow Geronimo Knows: www.instagram.com/geronimoknows www.twitter.com/GeronimoKnows Follow All The Fly Kids: www.instagram.com/alltheflykids linktr.ee/alltheflykids Follow Fairground Inc: www.instagram.com/fairgroundinc linktr.ee/fairgroundtimes The All the Fly Kids Show is where the cool, calm and connected talk straight – no chaser. Your host, Geronimo Knows, sits down each week with culture creators you [should] know specializing in moments of good taste in the arts, fashion, food, business and more. A necessary listen for the urban lifestyle enthusiast.
Akil Wilson is a proud Uptown DC native and has made the U Street Corridor his stomping grounds for many years. He’s the founder and 1/2 of The Blvck Broadway Show, DC’s #1 podcast highlighting music, politics, and culture now recording at Eaton House also in Washington, DC. Akil recently opened his own barbershop, aptly naming it "neat." - Always lowercase with a period at the end. The guys talk about being culture creators who walk the fine line that separates Old DC and New DC, and how Geronimo has managed to fly under the radar since his return from New Orleans. #NecessaryListening Listen to Robert Jay's "Can't Believe It" [R E D U X] - https://bit.ly/2LRkt9R Collins + Keys N°1 is Now Available. For A Limited Time - https://collinskeys.shop When in DC, visit neat. for your next haircut: www.instagram.com/neatdc https://book.thecut.co/neat 955 L’enfant Plaza North Suite 116 Washington, DC Follow Akil: https://linktr.ee/blvckbroadway www.instagram.com/blvckbroadway www.twitter.com/UStFresh Follow Geronimo Knows: www.instagram.com/geronimoknows www.twitter.com/GeronimoKnows Follow All The Fly Kids: www.instagram.com/alltheflykids linktr.ee/alltheflykids Follow Fairground Inc: www.instagram.com/fairgroundinc linktr.ee/fairgroundtimes The All the Fly Kids Show is where the cool, calm and connected talk straight – no chaser. Your host, Geronimo Knows, sits down each week with culture creators you [should] know specializing in moments of good taste in the arts, fashion, food, business and more. A necessary listen for the urban lifestyle enthusiast.
A lot happening on this episode, including a major announcement at the end of the show. Robert dropped a new record, now available on SoundCloud (https://soundcloud.com/robertjay_bb/i-cant-believe-it-remix). We also got the past, present, and future of New Orleans all in one episode. Polo Silk (aka The Ghetto Olan Mills aka Gordon Parks of the Streets) has photographed the people of New Orleans' Black neighborhoods and beyond for three decades, which led to his recent partnership with Reebok. E. Buckles is a Cannes Film Festival award winner and founder of House of the Young, the creative agency under which he began filming stories of young people in New Orleans upon his return to the city post-Katrina. Jelani Hankins is a 22-year-old 4th generation shoe designer from New Orleans who'll be creating shoes, such as his soon-to-be-released MVP (Maximum Viable Product) sneaker, inside his family's landmark shoe shop upon its reopening in the city's Garden District. There would normally be timestamps but this is one you gotta let play from start to finish. #NecessaryListening Collins + Keys N°1 is Now Available. For A Limited Time - https://collinskeys.shop Follow Polo Silk: www.instagram.com/polonolaphotography www.twitter.com/POLONOLA www.facebook.com/polonolaphotography Follow E. Buckles: www.houseoftheyoung.com www.instagram.com/e.buckles www.twitter.com/E_Buckles Follow Jelani Hankins: www.instagram.com/shoepreserve Follow Geronimo Knows: www.instagram.com/geronimoknows www.twitter.com/GeronimoKnows Follow Robert Jay: www.instagram.com/robertjay_bb www.twitter.com/RobertJay_BB Follow All The Fly Kids: www.instagram.com/alltheflykids linktr.ee/alltheflykids Follow Fairground Inc: www.instagram.com/fairgroundinc linktr.ee/fairgroundtimes The All the Fly Kids Show is where the cool, calm and connected talk straight – no chaser. Your hosts, Geronimo Knows + Robert Jay, sit down each week with culture creators you [should] know specializing in moments of good taste in the arts, fashion, food, business and more. A necessary listen for the urban lifestyle enthusiast.
It's officially summer which means it's time for another music episode where we talk with music artists and industry professionals about their careers, and have no holds barred conversations about what's happening across the music industry. Geronimo talks with New Orleans based artist manager, entrepreneur, and podcaster M.A.Q. (Massive Amounts of Quality) about the beginnings of bounce and its current moment in popular music (7:49), a need for change in NOLA radio (19:00), NOLA rappers you need to know (27:56), challenges he's experienced working in the industry (44:27), music's new business (50:15), music video budgets (57:35), the future of New Orleans hip hop (1:01:55), and Random Aside (1:22:39). #NecessaryListening Collins + Keys N°1 is Now Available. For A Limited Time - https://collinskeys.shop Follow M.A.Q. and DaTakeOver Podcast www.instagram.com/suprememaq www.instagram.com/datakeover034 Follow Six C's Cuisine: www.instagram.com/vi_cscuisine Follow Geronimo Knows: www.instagram.com/geronimoknows www.twitter.com/GeronimoKnows Follow Robert Jay: www.instagram.com/robertjay_bb www.twitter.com/RobertJay_BB Follow All The Fly Kids: www.instagram.com/alltheflykids linktr.ee/alltheflykids Follow Fairground Inc: www.instagram.com/fairgroundinc linktr.ee/fairgroundtimes The All the Fly Kids Show is where the cool, calm and connected talk straight – no chaser. Your hosts, Geronimo Knows + Robert Jay, sit down each week with culture creators you [should] know specializing in moments of good taste in the arts, fashion, food, business and more. A necessary listen for the urban lifestyle enthusiast.
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