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Author: Kayona Ebony Brown

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Meet Kenya Shaw, a single, young entrepreneur struggling to build an independent record label, while navigating the country's worst city for bachelorettes and an unlikely place for music success: Washington, DC.
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Back on one of our bonus episodes in May 2020, we explored the personality types of all the female-identifying characters. It was a really fun episode and you seemed to like it; it got a really great response. In this BONUS episode, I have some fun revealing the male characters' personality types using 16personalities.com as reference. Also, visit our Pinterest for more on their style.So this episode, I’m going to give you the personality types of all the male characters that we’ve met thus far.Stax: Brandon Stacovski is Kenya’s friend from growing up; she’s known him the longest and their friendship has had (and will have) several different identities. He’s described as a white boy in the books and podcast with a cool “Brad Pitt/Tyler Durdan (Fight Club)” type of personality. He’s one of those people who knows everybody, very outgoing and good-looking, and a player (like Sam Malone from Cheers). So he gives Kenya real, unfiltered insight into men. He works in the financial industry and only loves his job because of the life/lifestyle it provides, but that will change in season 1 - ESFJSoloman: Solomon Dyal is also one of Kenya’s close male friends; she met him during her stint in college (he finished at the fictional Prince Hall U). He’s that guy who wants to be married. It could be a mixture of culture/religion (Indian) that brings about an expectation of marriage or it could be his personality; some people are just the relationship type. He generally seeks Kenya’s insight. He’s a nice guy who seems to always attract women who don’t want anything serious, so there’s that constant conversation about what women want. He’s an entrepreneur too; he runs a start-up that helps concierge doctors. - ISFJLucas: Lucas is Kenya’s artist; she’s only known him for about four years but he’s become like a little brother. He’s young, only 20, and he’s one of those cute, guitar-playing types who’s super talented, so it’ll prove hard for her to wrangle his impatience (Beiber type). Because of popularity on social media, he wants success now. This relationship will prove to be Kenya’s most challenging as she balances having to play almost a mother-type role to him despite this being a professional relationship. - ISFPDerek St. Cyr: Kenya’s primary love interest. Derek is very enigmatic, but not intentionally. We only see him through Kenya’s eyes, so we are force to see only what she sees (and in some cases, we don’t even get that much), and because she’s self-conscious and a little inexperienced, she’s a little intimidated by Derek in the beginning. He comes across very much like Mr. Big on SATC, where we are forced to believe he’s great, but only because Kenya tells us he is. We find that he’s very mature for 27; he has some growing success in whatever it is he does for a living, but he’s grounded so this obvious increase in money and popularity doesn’t seem to be really affecting him. But it takes a while to learn all we, and Kenya, want to...
Post-Ep3 Update: #3

Post-Ep3 Update: #3

2020-11-1112:30

If you don't know, recently here in America, we had an election, and in true recent American fashion, it was a shit-show. What do you expect when your country is run by a gameshow host?I'm sharing my views on this new direction in America and how it relates to other aspects of life.And for a sneak peek at the new site that'll house all of these musings, go to: https://coldopen.kayonabrown.com.Music by Mona Wonderlick
Post-Ep3 Update: #2

Post-Ep3 Update: #2

2020-10-3030:11

In this quick update, I give you some more insight into my non-Of Music and Men writing ventures, talking to Hollywood execs, and how to navigate finding (and sticking to) your voice. I also reveal who my dream network would be for OM&M, and how this is all coming together.I have a few projects, but I’ve mostly only focused on Reaper and OM&M. You all know about OM&M so I’ll tell you a little bit about Reaper.Art is subjective. Some people get it and some don’t. And that’s okay. Just for the ones that don’t, I can’t allow them to try and make it into what they want it to be. Working with Roadmap has helped me become confident in my brand. Seeing so many writers who are all unique, I now find it not only okay but I’m encouraged to be unapologetic in what my writer brand is.Don't forget to do the survey to help us out: https://ofmusicandmen.com/audience-surveyMusic: Launderette by Mona Wonderlick
Post-Ep3 Update: #1

Post-Ep3 Update: #1

2020-10-2138:51

I’ve been busy with Roadmap Writers stuff (pitching), my own writing (short film and new TV pilot), and the podcast. I’m ready to start really focusing on growth with this project. So although episodes are written, I may not publish new podcasts for the story for a while. It’s hard to balance the art and the other stuff. I’m an artist; the other stuff sucks me dry, but I need to focus on the other stuff for a little while.For starters: please go to ofmusicandmen.com/audience-survey. I just finished a short film (excited): It was an honor to cast and work with two phenomenal Latinx actors, and tell a story with and through them that didn’t focus on trauma or stereotypical narratives we see about people from their native countries: Mexico and Cuba. Heroes aren’t born; they are made. Inspired by the work and story of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the storytelling style of Alejandro González Iñárritu, this story is a journey of a young educated woman, filled with cynicism about her America. But we experience her transition from insecure skeptic... to confident candidate.I hope this will inspire people of all races and backgrounds to be the heroes they want to see.We’ve moved to Captivate (for podcast hosting). We’re excited to work with Captivate because of their commitment to growth, their beautiful platform, and the flexibility.OM&M questionsI’ve changed the numbering for the podcast? Why?Books/TV episodes are considered seasons in podcast feeds now.Episode 3 is inspired by my love of sports, especially football. All of the motivational quotes were from famous athletes and coaches, and the storylines for each section used sports jargon to help move it along.Was Kenneth Gold inspired by a real person? Episode 3.3: Fourth and LongPaul Carrick Brunson and David Wygant (who inspired WIll Smith’s Hitch). Are there music signatures for characters?I unconsciously went into this with signatures or sounds for all of them, but it actually became more clear with each character’s appearance and arch.Kenya is Ambient/Urban, which can sound like a blend of Pop, Hip Hop, and R&B, (Top 40) but at the same time, it may not be definitively any of those. The kind of music you might hear any of your favorite popular artists on.J is definitely more of a social girl, so you might hear more EDM, House, and electronic music, usually something with high energyTy is Jazz and R&B. She actually is a fan of Classical too but I use Classical music with the cold opening, so I don’t usually use it again within the episodes. But she’s a big fan of the opera so it wouldn’t be out of the question to use it during some of her scenes.Tk is a Hip Hop artist so hers is the easiest. The same with Lucas, who’s a singer-songwriter, so his sound is more acoustic and soft Rock.Derek St. Cyr (aka Dream Guy) has a signature...
This is the season 3 finale! (Technically, it's the finale of episode three)...Take a moment to give your opinion in our survey: https://ofmusicandmen.com/audience-surveyKenya learns that life and football are not all that different. J decides to create a literal playbook for sex to ensure that the next time they decide to play, Cam reaches the goal. And Ty finally admits that things will no longer simply come to her because she wants them, neither in work nor in dating. Kenya gets Lucas to see how the plays she’s drawing up for him are the best ones for his skillset, and she decides to find a way to make Tk's activism work for them. Kenya gets the call that will change her romantic life forever.This is a story--Of Music and Men--so it's best to start at Episode One: Omampodcast – Ep-1-blueprintFor full credits and sources on this episode, go to:https://ofmusicandmen.com/episode3-8-any-given-sundayCREDITSNarrationEpisode narrated by Kayona Ebony BrownEpisodeWritten, recorded, and produced by Kayona Ebony Brown at Siingle Studios in Washington, DCMUSIC LISTED IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE IN THE EPISODEFilmstroAnita Latina by Le GangLe Gang - "Lo-Fi Beats & Chill" (Album) on Spotify & Apple Music.Le Gang on SoundCloud:@thisislegangLe Gang on Spotify:spoti.fi/2Nqx1E1Le Gang on Apple Music:apple.co/2tCxx8MLe Gang on YouTube:bit.ly/2Th5V7E"Himalayas" by Mona Wonderlick — bit.ly/youtube-monawonderlickCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0Free download: bit.ly/himalayas-downloadMellow by Ghostrifter➤ Spotify: open.spotify.com/artist/1mIePRs1ixMW0gTaTSbX2p➤ Youtube: www.youtube.com/c/GhostrifterOfficial➤ Instagram: www.instagram.com/ghostrifterofficial➤ Facebook: www.facebook.com/GhostrifterOfficial➤ Bandcamp: ghostrifterofficial.bandcamp.com● Help support Ghostrifter!➤ Donate: www.paypal.com/paypalme2/ghostrifter➤ Bandcamp: ghostrifterofficial.bandcamp.com/Maarif — Soyb & Amine Maxwell [Audio Library Release] Music provided by Audio Library PlusWatch:
https://ofmusicandmen.com/audience-surveyAt a charity event sponsored by J's magazine that brings out DC’s VIPs, Kenya unexpectedly runs into Dream Guy and decides to put her new moves to the test.This is a story--Of Music and Men--so it's best to start at Episode One: Omampodcast – Ep-1-blueprintFor full credits and sources on this episode, go to:ofmusicandmen.com/episode3-7-first-and-goalCREDITSNarrationEpisode narrated by Kayona Ebony BrownEpisodeWritten, recorded, and produced by Kayona Ebony Brown at Siingle Studios in Washington, DCMUSIC LISTED IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE IN THE EPISODEFilmstroWaiting for You by Le GangSunset Eyes by Inossihypeddit.com/link/q7yb4hInstagram:music by: @inossi_musicStream/buy music:- Spotify: spoti.fi/2EzvEA6- Soundcloud: @inossi- iTunes: music.apple.com/us/artist/inossi/526094608Connect on social media:- Spotify: spoti.fi/2EzvEA6- Soundcloud: @inossi- Instagram: www.instagram.com/inossi_music/Solace by Scott BuckleyTo have your music considered for placement in the show, send us a link where it can be streamed and downloaded. Soundcloud and band camp are two great sites to do so. Go to our website ofmusicandmen.com for more info.
After Lucas’ decision to go off-script, Kenya is left trying to find a way to get him back in the game. Meanwhile, Tk’s off-book plays for social justice may start affecting business; Kenya has to find a way to make this work in their favor.This is a story--Of Music and Men--so it's best to start at Episode One: Omampodcast – Ep-1-blueprintFor full credits and sources on this episode, go to:https://ofmusicandmen.com/episode3-6-uncharted-territoryCREDITSNarrationEpisode narrated by Kayona Ebony BrownEpisodeWritten, recorded, and produced by Kayona Ebony Brown at Siingle Studios in Washington, DCMUSIC LISTED IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE IN THE EPISODEFilmstroDig Deep by RW SmithRW Smith - Dig Deep | Royalty Free Music - No Copyright Music | goo.gl/Fv1DxA |Hangtime by @UnminusCream Soda by @MonaWonderlickWanderlust by @ScottBuckleyTo have your music considered for placement in the show, send us a link where it can be streamed and downloaded. Soundcloud and band camp are two great sites to do so. Go to our website ofmusicandmen.com for more info.
Ty’s privileged life has left her unable to fight for what she wants since it's always been given to her. But after missing out on her dream job, she seeks the insight of her father to help her understand how to interpret the weaknesses in her adult game.This is a story--Of Music and Men--so it's best to start at Episode One: https://soundcloud.com/omampodcast/ep-1-blueprintFor full credits and sources on this episode, go to:https://ofmusicandmen.com/episode3-5-if-you-build-itCREDITSNarrationEpisode narrated by Kayona Ebony BrownEpisodeWritten, recorded, and produced by Kayona Ebony Brown at Siingle Studios in Washington, DCMUSIC LISTED IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE IN THE EPISODEFilmstroJazz Mezzo by @UnminusTrack: Jazzy — LiQWYD [Audio Library Release]Music provided by Audio Library PlusWatch: youtu.be/B5Pa7rp8GakFree Download / Stream: alplus.io/jazzyThe Miracle of Flight by @ScottBuckleyEdited with Adobe Creative CloudTo have your music considered for placement in the show, send us a link where it can be streamed and downloaded. Soundcloud and Bandcamp are two great sites to do so. Go to ofmusicandmen.com to submit your music.
Episode 3.4: Xs and Os

Episode 3.4: Xs and Os

2020-08-2626:19

J’s career as a journalist has had its ups and down, but it’s one of the most rewarding aspects of her life. That… and, of course, sex. But after interviewing an enigmatic feminist artist, she realizes that after all this time and energy with men, she’s not utilizing her full feminine power, and is thus not being fully satisfied.This is a story--Of Music and Men--so it's best to start at Episode One: https://soundcloud.com/omampodcast/ep-1-blueprintFor full credits and sources on this episode, go to:https://ofmusicandmen.com/episode3-4-xs-and-osCREDITSNarrationEpisode narrated by Kayona Ebony BrownEpisodeWritten, recorded, and produced by Kayona Ebony Brown at Siingle Studios in Washington, DCMUSIC LISTED IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE IN THE EPISODEFilmstroTFB3 by Vibe tracks@royaltyfreemusic-nocopyrightmusicYOUTUBE: @LiQwydLay Me Down by LiQWYDFree download: hypeddit.com/link/ezykpzINSTAGRAM:Music by @LiQWYDWord of the episode: Midsommar by @ScottBuckleyEdited with Adobe Creative CloudTo have your music considered for placement in the show, send us a link where it can be streamed and downloaded. Soundcloud and Bandcamp are two great sites to do so. Go to ofmusicandmen.com to submit your music.
Kenya meets Kenneth Gold, a renowned dating coach, to help her understand the rules of the game and give some insider perspective into why she’s having problems scoring.This is a story--Of Music and Men--so it's best to start at Episode One: https://soundcloud.com/omampodcast/ep-1-blueprintFor full credits and sources on this episode, go to:https://ofmusicandmen.com/episode3-3-fourth-and-longCREDITSNarrationEpisode narrated by Kayona Ebony BrownEpisodeWritten, recorded, and produced by Kayona Ebony Brown at Siingle Studios in Washington, DCMUSIC LISTED IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE IN THE EPISODEMusic in this episode is provided by FilmstroSong: DayFox - Lioness (Instrumental)https://soundcloud.com/dayfox/dayfox-lioness-instrumental-vlog-versionCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 — CC BY 3.0Free Download: https://musiclib.net/2Mck2GOMusic promoted by Music Library –https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UkGASPkDpGEDale (Drumstep) by Le GangLe Gang :https://soundcloud.com/thisisleganghttps://www.instagram.com/thisislegang/https://www.facebook.com/thisislegangThe Blackest Bouquet x Leonell CassioYoutube: bit.ly/LeonellCassio-YoutubeFacebook: bit.ly/LeonellCassio-FacebookTwitter: bit.ly/LeonellCassio-TwitterInstagram: bit.ly/LeonellCassio-InstagramSnapchat: LeonellCassioMidnight Stroll by Ghostrifterghostrifterofficial.bandcamp.com/album/lo…llection● Social Media:➤ Spotify: open.spotify.com/artist/1mIePRs1ixMW0gTaTSbX2p➤ Youtube: www.youtube.com/c/GhostrifterOfficial➤ Instagram: www.instagram.com/ghostrifterofficial➤ Facebook: www.facebook.com/GhostrifterOfficial➤ Bandcamp: ghostrifterofficial.bandcamp.com/Word of the episode: Soar by Scott BuckleyEdited with Adobe Creative CloudTo have your music considered for placement in the show, send us a link where it can be streamed and downloaded. Soundcloud and Bandcamp are two great sites to do so. Go to ofmusicandmen.com to submit your music.
Kenya, Ty, and J stroll through Eastern Market discussing the idea of how and when women should just go for what they want, and what plays work best when out in the field. Meanwhile, Kenya finds out that Lucas is playing a different game than the one she’s coaching for him.This is a story--Of Music and Men--so it's best to start at Episode One: https://soundcloud.com/omampodcast/ep-1-blueprintFor full credits and sources on this episode, go to:https://ofmusicandmen.com/episode3-2-hate-the-gameCREDITSNarrationEpisode narrated by Kayona Ebony BrownEpisodeWritten, recorded, and produced by Kayona Ebony Brown at Siingle Studios in Washington, DCMUSIC LISTED IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE IN THE EPISODEMost music in this episode is provided by FilmstroSuperstar — Soyb [Audio Library Release]Music provided by Audio Library PlusWatch: youtu.be/hESTVVTU_I8Free Download / Stream: alplus.io/superstarStay by Seth Power - sethpowermusic.comLaunderette by Mona WonderlickWord of the episode: I Saw a Ghost Last Night by Leonell CassioEdited with Adobe Creative CloudTo have your music considered for placement in the show, send us a link where it can be streamed and downloaded. Soundcloud and Bandcamp are two great sites to do so. Go to ofmusicandmen.com to submit your music.
Kenya realizes that there are some important parallels between the music industry and sports, and as she’s trying to figure out her next play to run with Tk’s career and pending album release, she pays a visit to her mentor, a former industry exec who shows her that there’s more than one way to be a player.This is a story--Of Music and Men--so it's best to start at Episode One: https://soundcloud.com/omampodcast/ep-1-blueprintFor full credits and sources on this episode, go to:https://ofmusicandmen.com/episode3-1-dont-hate-the-playerCREDITSNarrationEpisode narrated by Kayona Ebony BrownEpisodeWritten, recorded, and produced by Kayona Ebony Brown at Siingle Studios in Washington, DCMUSIC LISTED IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE IN THE EPISODEMost music in this episode is provided by FilmstroEnd song: Weightless by LiQWYDFree download: hypeddit.com/link/ghiu91INSTAGRAM:Music by @LiQWYDWord musicHiraeth by @ScottBuckleyEdited with Adobe Creative CloudTo have your music considered for placement in the show, send us a link where it can be streamed and downloaded. Soundcloud and Bandcamp are two great sites to do so. Go to ofmusicandmen.com to submit your music.
Thank you for taking the time during this world crisis to still include this program in your daily life.We usually jump right into the episodes, but i just wanted to take a moment to say that your time is greatly appreciated, and if you or a loved one are trying to find ways to find your way back to good health, just know that you’re always in my heart.My hope is that this brings you joy, entertainment, and a much needed escape during your forced solitude. Thank you again, and enjoy the show...Kenya stops avoiding it and finally commits to meeting her father’s new love interest—the 33 y/o. And later, she helps Tk to make a life-changing decision about what’s most important—continuing to “act her age”, or for once, live her dream for true happiness.For full credits and sources on this episode, go to:ofmusicandmen.com/episode2-7-life-is-what-happensCREDITSNarrationEpisode narrated by Kayona Ebony BrownEpisodeWritten, recorded, and produced by Kayona Ebony Brown at Siingle Studios in Washington, DCMUSIC LISTED IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE IN THE EPISODEBisiesto by HiracutchHidden Trails by Broke in SummerUndone by Mona Wonderlick- YouTube: bit.ly/youtube-monawonderlick- Soundcloud: bit.ly/soundcloud-monawonderlick- Instagram: bit.ly/instagram-monawonderlick- Facebook: bit.ly/facebook-mona-wonderlickLook To The Future by Mike Leite @mikeleiteYouTube: goo.gl/7vyqYGFacebook: goo.gl/tuZdv9Soundcloud: goo.gl/x2f58EBorealis by Scott BuckleyCall Me by LIQWYDYOUTUBE:Music by LiQWYDFree download: bit.ly/call-me-free-downloadINSTAGRAM:Music by @LiQWYDWord of the episode:Valiant by JayJen & PratzappFree Download / Stream: fanlink.to/ValiantJPFollow JayJen:Spotify: a...
As Kenya helps nurse Lucas back from illness, she realizes that she has to draw a line. They are business partners, not parent and child. Meanwhile, both J and Ty experience the impressions that younger men can have--good and bad.For full credits and sources on this episode, go to:ofmusicandmen.com/episode2-6-of-age-yetCREDITSNarrationEpisode narrated by Kayona Ebony BrownEpisodeWritten, recorded, and produced by Kayona Ebony Brown at Siingle Studios in Washington, DCMUSIC LISTED IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE IN THE EPISODEReveal by IksonStream/buy Ikson music:- Spotify: goo.gl/GSvyMN- Soundcloud: @ikson- iTunes: itunes.apple.com/se/artist/ikson/id533041587Zdarmania by @NiwelWasted Years by @InossiRelax, man by Le GangLe Gang on SoundCloud: @thisislegangLe Gang on Spotify: spoti.fi/2Nqx1E1Le Gang on Apple Music: apple.co/2tCxx8MLe Gang on YouTube: bit.ly/2Th5V7ESunflower by @SoybmusicTrack: Sunflower — Soyb [Audio Library Release]Music provided by Audio Library PlusWatch: youtu.be/dG1U3NuR9PkFree Download / Stream: alplus.io/sunflowerChildhood by @ScottBuckleyEdited with Adobe Creative CloudTo have your music considered for placement in the show, send us a link where it can be streamed and downloaded. Soundcloud and Bandcamp are two great sites to do so. Go to http://ofmusicandmen.com to submit your music.
Kenya's date with the older guy starts out great--a @BalkanBeatBox show and pancakes at The Diner--but a 20 year age difference quickly reveals some differences in how they see their futures (and present, for that matter).For full credits and sources on this episode, go to:ofmusicandmen.com/episode2-5-the-great-compromiseCREDITSNarrationEpisode narrated by Kayona Ebony BrownEpisodeWritten, recorded, and produced by Kayona Ebony Brown at Siingle Studios in Washington, DCMUSIC LISTED IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE IN THE EPISODEChillin in the 70s by Studio MonkeyGet The Balkan Party Started by @SoundrollThings by @LiQWYD & @thisisLeGang :Music by LiQWYD & Le Gang - Free download: bit.ly/things-free-downloadINSTAGRAM: Music by @LiQWYD & @thisislegangBalkan Partizoni By @SoundrollStrange by Aden @musicbyadenQuirky Latin by Pink ZebraEscape by @NiwelMusic for the Word of the episode:Undertow by @ScottBuckleyEdited with Adobe Creative CloudTo have your music considered for placement in the show, send us a link where it can be streamed and downloaded. Soundcloud and Bandcamp are two great sites to do so. Go to ofmusicandmen.com to submit your music.
Kenya's job overseeing the careers of musicians often blur the lines between professional and parental, when Lucas needs more from her than she can give. And Tk is forced to make a big decision about her music and her day-job.For full credits and sources on this episode, go to:https://ofmusicandmen.com/episode2-4-when-to-startCREDITSNarrationEpisode narrated by Kayona Ebony BrownEpisodeWritten, recorded, and produced by Kayona Ebony Brown at Siingle Studios in Washington, DCMUSIC LISTED IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE IN THE EPISODEAll music for this episode provided by Filmstro - arranged for this episode by KayonaKIDS by @MonaWonderlickMona Wonderlick on Spotify: bit.ly/spotify-mona-wonderlickMona Wonderlick on Apple Music: bit.ly/applemusic-monawonderlickI'm Up In The Clouds by Le GangLe Gang - "Lo-Fi Beats & Chill" (Album) out on Spotify & Apple Music.Le Gang on SoundCloud: @thisislegangLe Gang on Spotify: spoti.fi/2Nqx1E1Le Gang on Apple Music: apple.co/2tCxx8MLe Gang on YouTube: bit.ly/2Th5V7EMusic for the Word of the episode:Horizons by @ScottBuckleyEdited with Adobe Creative CloudTo have your music considered for placement in the show, send us a link where it can be streamed and downloaded. Soundcloud and Bandcamp are two great sites to do so. Go to ofmusicandmen.com to submit your music.
Kenya agrees to go out with a man in his 40s, although she has second thoughts, when she hangs out with her longtime male friend who's her age, she starts to wonder if older men might be better.For full credits and sources on this episode, go to:https://ofmusicandmen.com/episode2-3-men-certain-ageClick here for more info on Don’t Mute DC or go to the credits page.CREDITSNarrationEpisode narrated by Kayona Ebony BrownEpisodeWritten, recorded, and produced by Kayona Ebony Brown at Siingle Studios in Washington, DCMUSIC LISTED IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE IN THE EPISODEAll music for this episode provided by Filmstro - arranged for this episode by KayonaSad Circus x Unminus (Free download)Music for the Word of the episode:Soar by Scott BuckleyEdited with Adobe Creative CloudTo have your music considered for placement in the show, send us a link where it can be streamed and downloaded. Soundcloud and Bandcamp are two great sites to do so. Go to ofmusicandmen.com to submit your music.
While hanging out with J and Ty, the topic of age comes up, and when Kenya reveals that her father is dating someone 33-years-old, she has to admit that she's not handling this like an adult.For full credits and sources on this episode, go to:http://ofmusicandmen.com/episode2-2-where-timelineCREDITSNarrationEpisode narrated by Kayona Ebony BrownEpisodeWritten, recorded, and produced by Kayona Ebony Brown at Siingle Studios in Washington, DCMUSIC LISTED IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE IN THE EPISODEAll music for this episode provided by Filmstro - arranged for this episode by KayonaA Magical Journey Through Space by Leonell Cassio (free download)Music for the Word of the episode:A New Year by Scott BuckleyEdited with Adobe Creative CloudTo have your music considered for placement in the show, send us a link where it can be streamed and downloaded. Soundcloud and Bandcamp are two great sites to do so. Go to ofmusicandmen.com to submit your music.
Kenya realizes that there are some similarities between being a grown-up and being an entrepreneur--neither of which she's gotten any good at yet. Meanwhile, Tk finds that despite what she thinks, Hip Hop has no age limit.For full credits and sources on this episode, go to:https://ofmusicandmen.com/episode2-1-no-time-for-bidingCREDITSNarrationEpisode narrated by Kayona Ebony BrownEpisodeWritten, recorded, and produced by Kayona Ebony Brown at Siingle Studios in Washington, DCMUSIC LISTED IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE IN THE EPISODEAll music for this episode provided by Filmstro - arranged for this episode by KayonaCome On, Let’s Go by Le GangLe Gang on SoundCloud: @thisislegangLe Gang on Spotify: spoti.fi/2Nqx1E1Le Gang on Apple Music: apple.co/2tCxx8MLe Gang on YouTube: bit.ly/2Th5V7EPillow by Mona WonderlickFree download: bit.ly/pillow-download- YouTube: bit.ly/youtube-monawonderlick- Soundcloud: bit.ly/soundcloud-mona-wonderlick- Instagram: bit.ly/instagram-monawonderlickEdited with Adobe Creative CloudTo have your music considered for placement in the show, send us a link where it can be streamed and downloaded. Soundcloud and Bandcamp are two great sites to do so. Go to ofmusicandmen.com to submit your music.
Update - June 23

Update - June 23

2020-06-2421:33

Of Music and Men is a story, so it's best to start listening at episode one. This episode is a bonus episode during our brief hiatus.So, things have remained super busy on my end with writing and meetings. In this episode, I tell you about some of the things I've been writing and some of the meetings I've had. Plus, an update on when we'll be back.Music by Mona Wonderlick - Bloom (download via Soundcloud)Also, check out the Heroes video on Youtube. Just click here.
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