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Business Spotlight - Luis Rangel
September 25, 2016 09:36 PM PDT
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Welcome to another edition of Po Politickin. In this episode of Po Politickin, we politick with entrepreneur Luis Rangel. Luis shares advice from his experiences in real estate, ecommerce, and personal development.

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Artist Spotlight - Shonie Carter
September 12, 2016 08:51 PM PDT
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Welcome to another edition of Po Politickin. In this episode, we politick with MMA Legend Shonie Carter. Shonie Carter, is an American mixed martial artist who has competed in the Welterweight, Middleweight and Light Heavyweight divisions. He is a former WEC Welterweight Champion, a UFC veteran, and a contestant on The Ultimate Fighter 4 reality show. He has also competed in Pancrase, King of the Cage, M-1 Global, KSW and Bellator. He is known for his flashy dress, colorful vocabulary, outlandish personality and use of the spinning backfist in competition.

MMA Legend Shonie Carter talks UFC, Muhammad Ali, Colin Kapernick, Conor McGregor, Rhonda Rousey, War Machine, and more.

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Artist Spotlight - Elise 5000
September 05, 2016 06:39 PM PDT
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In this episode of Po Politickin, we politick with Cortni Jordan, better known under the stage name Elise 5000 is an American record producer, singer, songwriter and rapper from Bonaire, GA. She has written & produced for R&B music legends.

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Artist Spotlight - Ryan Davis
August 29, 2016 09:18 AM PDT
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Welcome to another edition of Po Politickin. In this episode, we politick with comedian Ryan Davis.

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Ryan is a comedian out of Concord, NC whose versatile style of comedy has allowed him open for mainstream acts such as Jay Pharoah of SNL, urban acts like Michael Blackson of Next Friday, and eccentric acts like Tom Green of The Tom Green Show. By winning many comedy competitions, starting a successful monthly comedy showcase, and gaining the respect of comedians that have been doing it 20+ years; Ryan proved that the amount of stand-up comedy success that he saw in such a short period of time was not a fluke. Due to his success as a viral internet star, Ryan no longer is an opening act. Though he is known more for his online videos, Ryan isn't like the other internet comedians. He is a duel threat that is the first of his kind.


Artist Spotlight - Bobby Danger
August 29, 2016 09:04 AM PDT
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Welcome to another edition of Po Politickin. In this episode, we politick with visual artist Bobby Danger.

Artist Bio...

Robert Leon Talley Jr. was born and raised in Durham, North Carolina. His father, a Former Marine and Vietnam Veteran , worked for the Department of Veterans Affairs, his mother who had a background in art, was a Blue Cross Blue Shield health care administrator. Robert’s interest in art began very early. As a young child, Robert challenged his mother to draw a dinosaur for him and after being corrected by him numerous times, she finally gave him the materials so he could draw it himself. Fortunately, Robert was able to take art classes throughout his public schooling where his early inspirations came from artists such as Robert Crumb,Ralph Bakshi and Chuck Close. His love for art was an anchor in an otherwise chaotic and tumultuous Youth
After high school Robert joined the United States Marine Corps. He spent four years in the Marines at Camp Pendleton, and after being honorably discharged, he moved to New York City to pursue a degree in Interactive Media and Web Design at The Art Institute of New York. Living in the art capital of the world, surrounded by progressive people with the hustle and drive to succeed, Robert began exploring color in his work and developed the style he uses today.

Upon returning to Durham in 2009, he faced a number of difficulties and losses. Now he is currently focused on artistic recognition. Inspired by gritty urban landscapes and his worldview colored by heavy personal experiences, Robert's current artworks offer a unique perspective that he hopes will cause the viewer to pause and reflect.

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Artist Spotlight - Rahccy
July 21, 2016 12:00 AM PDT
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Welcome to another edition of Po Politickin. In this episode, we politick with Los Angeles rapper Rahccy.


Rooted in the Los Angeles' community of Watts, Rahccy is that flower determined to bloom between the cracks of concrete. Her childhood home stands on the very corner where the historical and brutal riots tore apart the city in 1965. Alchemizing an inimitable brand of hip hop, neo soul and gospel and delivering gold, one can hear the pathos of street survival in every lingering beat. With "Miss Jill On 108th" Rahccy's old soul sentiment beams bright as she pays homage to the many older, faceless women in the community who are encountered only briefly but leave a lasting spell. Rahccy holds the torch for those who can't.

Singing in church since the age of eight, Rahccy's talent garnered her initial recognition in high school when she teamed up with fellow student Rob "Galli" Salazar and won their high school competition "Bringin' Down the House" performing at the legendary House Of Blues in Los Angeles. The duo's bond continued and they were featured in a short documentary called "South Of Stars" by KPCC, which still garners views online. After surviving a near fatal car crash in 2015, her life shifted dramatically as she healed and returned back to the studio with a vengeance.

Cites her producer Dwayne "Muffla" Simon, "With a string of multi-platinum hits from my work with LL Cool J to name just a few, I thought my music days were over. The music scene has changed so much and no one was lighting a fire for me. Then I heard Rahccy and I knew I had to come out of retirement. She has that rare quality that artist possess when they are bigger than themselves. Rahccy has that 'it' quality that legends are made of. As a producer, I'm more than excited because I know she is going to blaze hip hop with her passion."


Artist Spotlight - Darryel Woodson aka “The Original White Folks”
July 18, 2016 12:00 AM PDT
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Welcome to another edition of Po Politickin. In this episode, we politick with Darryel Woodson aka “The Original White Folks”. White Folks is a old school player with more 40 years in the game. In this interview, Darryel shares his wisdom and insight to the next generations of players.

Artist Spotlight - Mitchell Dahood M.A.
July 15, 2016 12:00 AM PDT
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Welcome to another edition of Po Politickin. In this episode, we politick with top hypnotherapist and performance coach Mitchell Dahood.

Mitchell Dahood M.A. Is a top Hypnotherapist and Performance Coach and Founder of The Champions Heart Dot Com. He specializes in empowering creative professionals to overcome the chaos confusion fear and doubt of their mind so that they can fulfill the purpose and passion of their heart.

He regularly writes and speaks on the subjects of personal and Spiritual growth and has given away over ½ a million dollars in free products and programs to empower people around the world.

At the end of our interview today he will be sharing how you can receive a free copy of his book Breakthrough Genesis: How To Create A Real Breakthrough In Your Life

Artist Spotlight - Alpha Faktion
July 13, 2016 12:00 AM PDT
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Welcome to another edition of Po Politickin. In this episode, we politick with underground rap trio Alpha Faktion.


Underground rap trio Alpha Faktion have been hustling and building anticipation the past year for their next project, Creative Control. And today, all that hard work is clearly paying off with a banger of a lead single, “Creative Control,” produced by living rap legend Nottz.

For the uninitiated, the proudly independent group is made up of rapper/producer Azwun, rapper Kraze, and DJ Enyoutee, who had previous success as solo acts. They opted to join forces, however, and have been killing it together ever since. That much is evident throughout “Creative Control,” a neck-breaking anthem for any artist taking their career into their own hands.

Azwun and Kraze make their indie stance well-known throughout their verses, delivering bars like “I broke away from these chains/ man, these industry slaves/ They tried to manage, couldn’t handle the weight/ The wait’s over, motherf*cker/ Keep yo’ hands out the plate”; and “You look confused and I’m not surprised by the ignorance/ Force-feedin’ by hypocrites, team leaders, and simpletons.”

“Creative Control” is a mission statement and one hell of a way to kick off the rollout for their upcoming album of the same name. In addition to Nottz, the project boasts collaborators such as Marley Marl, Marco Polo, Planet Asia, DJ Spinna, and more.

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Artist Spotlight - Andre Taylor aka Gorgeous Dre
July 11, 2016 12:00 AM PDT
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Welcome to another edition of Po Politickin. In this episode, we politick with life coach, activist, and former pimp Andre Taylor aka Gorgeous Dre.


Andre Lavon Taylor was born on July 13 to a father who was a Pimp and a mother who was a Prostitute. From an early age, it became clear to all who knew Andre that he was destined for a life that would be nothing short of extraordinary.

From early childhood, Andre grew up inside the lining of the underworld, and in that setting gained a remarkable understanding of various facets of human nature that many people never even begin to grasp during their lives. Despite growing up in what many would consider a seedy or perhaps immoral environment, Andre's childhood was a happy one, and one in which he enjoyed the love and attention of both his parents. Andre's father, Mel Taylor, instilled in his son life lessons such as personal accountability, integrity, the value of spirituality, and the importance of education. Andre's unique circumstances allowed his young mind to soak up an education in three forums; the classroom, the church, and the street.

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