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Episode 361 - Joe Ayinde | @JoeAyinde
October 12, 2019 09:46 AM PDT
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In this episode of PoPolitickin, we politick with Joe Ayinde.

Hailing from Long Island, NY, the multi-faceted artist, heavily influenced by Rap and Soul Music, infuses those sounds to make hits that speak to your inner core. Hard hitting drums, crispy snares, and catchy melodies are the backdrop to a one of a kind vocal presence that he delivers. With an engaging persona, his live performances are a sight to see. The New York bred MC delivers energy that definitely connects with audiences.


Episode 360 - Wordsmith Pt II | @Wordsmith
October 09, 2019 12:00 AM PDT
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In this episode of PoPolitickin, we are rejoined by Wordsmith.

Wordsmith, is an American hip-hop artist and music label owner. He has released five albums over his career, and is a member of the nominating committee for the Grammy Awards as a songwriter. In 2009, he founded the NU Revolution record label. In 2018, he was the recipient of the Independent Music Award for Best Album - Rap or Hip-Hop for his fifth studio album, Perspective Jukebox.


Episode 359 - Re-Surch | @Resurch
October 06, 2019 08:16 PM PDT
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In this episode of PoPolitickin, we are joined by Re-Surch.

Re-Surch’s upbringing in the bleak Dorchester borough of Boston, Massachusetts, where hope is limited and violence and drugs are plentiful, shaped him from a very early age. He was simultaneously taking part in a program which bused inner city black children to predominantly white, Republican, suburban schools surrounding Boston. The playful, comedic persona that Re-Surch embodies on the track ‘Raised in the Ghetto, Went to School in the Burbs,’ mimics the paradoxical theme of being brought up in indigent surroundings in Dorchester while going to school with privileged white children in the suburbs.

One experience Re-Surch details on the album is the life changing opportunity of interning for the Howard Stern Show where he became fondly known as ‘John the Black Intern,’ and where he decided to completely focus on achieving his dreams in the entertainment industry. Previous to interning for Howard Stern, Re-Surch was on a harrowing path plagued by everything from juvenile detention at a young age to getting stabbed multiple times over drugs. Eventually, Re-Surch dropped out of high school as well.

Re-Surch later attended Penobscot Job Corps in Maine where he graduated with his high school diploma and attended college soon thereafter, leading him to land the internship of a lifetime. His unstoppable, new-found passion was a life-altering shift for him....

“Before I started working at the Howard Stern Show, I thought the only people who achieved their dreams were on TV,” Re-Surch explains. “I never knew anyone that was really that successful until I started working for the show. It was like everyone around me was super successful and that motivated and inspired me.”

Re-Surch’s time with Howard Stern opened a myriad of doors for him. He was commissioned frequently to pen parody songs and overnight tunes, he had the opportunity to perform in front of massive audiences, and since his internship, Re-Surch has opened for the likes of Wiz Khalifa, Raekwon of the Wu-Tang Clan, and many more.


Episode 358 - DEEzo Pt 2 |@RealDEEzo
September 22, 2019 11:42 AM PDT
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Welcome to another episode of Po Politickin. In this show, we are rejoined by San Diego, CA emcee DEEzo. DEEzo talks about his name change, growth, his new sound and more.

Episode 357 - Champagne Duane | @ChampagneDuane
September 12, 2019 05:46 PM PDT
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In this episode of PoPolitickin, we politick with Champagne Duane.

With sophisticated lyrics and refined presentation, Champagne Duane's music is always celebration-ready. With influences from rappers like Jay-Z, Nas and Eminem, Duane approaches his music with crafty lyricism and storytelling. His debut album "A Toast" contains features from Hip-Hop heavyweights Talib Kweli and Big Pooh as well as soul singers Saeeda Wright and Jarrod Lawson, fusing rap and R&B to capture the essence of 90s Hip-Hop. His most recent release, The Campaign, is the soundtrack to America's political and social climate. The standout track, "Gun Control" asks the question, "what if we shoot back?" in responses to violent killings of Black men and women by law enforcement. Clever and charismatic only begin to capture his approach to Hip-Hop as the Guyana-born artist is poised and confident to create his own lane in the rap game.

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Episode 356 - Venomiss | @itsvenomiss
September 03, 2019 09:36 PM PDT
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In this episode of PoPolitickin, we politick with Venomiss.

Venomiss is a multi award winning Female MC originally from Orange NJ but also representing Raleigh, NC. Her style combines brains, beauty and bars to make her a triple threat.

Twitter & Instagram: @itsvenomiss
Facebook: facebook.com/itsvenomiss
Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/itsvenomiss
Youtube: Youtube.com/venomiss


Episode 355 - Hemi | @hollywood_hemi
September 01, 2019 03:41 AM PDT
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In this episode of PoPolitickin, we politick with Hemi.

Hemi is a recording artist from the Campbell Terrace Projects in Fayetteville, North Carolina. He is the oldest of 4 children raised in a single parent household with his mother who was only 15 years old when she birthed him. His father was in prison most of his life and his brother, Hemi’s uncle, was killed in his front yard. His other uncle was sentenced to 49 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit which left Hemi the man of the house. Hemi eventually moved with his grandmother at the age of 13 but he and his brothers raised each other as there were no other male figures. Hemi’s musical gene stems from his uncle who used to rap and had a movement in their hometown.

Hemi gained popularity after releasing singles from what would become his debut project, ‘Time A Tell’ in 2017 hosted by Florida legend, Bigga Rankin. The project has been described as a street classic full of raw emotion and lyrically aggressive. The title, ‘Time A Tell’ is inspired by the facts of life, time will tell everything. ‘Time A Tell’ is an ode to the streets of Fayetteville and features production from Cash Money A.P. and verses from local talent, Lil Ruga and Issac Perry. Each song contains stories about Hemi’s personal life and details keeping your head up during hard times. The lead single for the project is “Only The Real” and the official music video is nearing 20k views. Hemi hopes to relate to the everyday person who comes from the bottom and may have a similar story. Hemi and his label, Dead Play Ent are currently traveling throughout the United States spreading their brand and releasing new content and merchandise.


Episode 354 - YZ | @therealyz
August 26, 2019 06:43 PM PDT
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In this episode of PoPolitickin, we are joined by YZ.

YZ is an artist and is the owner of Blackworld Entertainment, a record company & management firm. He re-entered the personal management field and is managing producer/artist Daddy-O of Stetsasonic, X-Clan, Sonny Bonoho, Actor Tray Chaney, Met Bronson, D. Rose, Birmingham J, Ozara Ode, producer/artist Bobbie Fine; and producers: King Midas and DJ Cozmos. Additionally he has brokered for Stic. Man of Dead Prez and is the managing Consultant for the record labels NREG(Nappy Roots Entertainment Group) based in Atlanta; and Team Maverick/700 Block, based in New Jersey. YZ has helped discover such acts as Poor Righteous Teachers, Agallah, Urban Thermo Dynamics, a group feat Ces, DCQ and Mos Def. YZ expanded his entertainment realm by getting behind the scenes of the television and radio world. He is the creator, executive producer, and host of the TV show Comin at Ya Live and the Internet’s first hip-hop talk-radio show The After Thought. He has recorded with Aim, Atmosphere, Brother Ali, Chuck D, Daddy-O, Jamaaladeen Tacuma, Rae & Christian, Quest Love of the Roots, The Visionaries, X-Clan, Zimbabwe Legit, 2Mex and many others.


Episode 353 - Artist Spotlight - YOUNG S.H.O | @YoungSHO886
August 11, 2019 06:37 PM PDT
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In this episode of PoPolitickin, we are joined by Young Sho

YUNG S.H.O. born Shannon Deonte Collins started doing music at the age of 5 singing on the choir and playing the drums. He recorded his first song called “SCHOOL IS COOL" at the age of 11. By the age of 13-14 he started a Rap group called the MOB and would perform and talent shows all over Atlanta and South Carolina. By the age of 17 he would join another group Called M80 and make several tapes, 80 wave, born G, real to my nature, 80 branches, 80 branches 2 and 8 reloaded. Since members of M80 had to move to different areas, he started his own SPL ENTERTAINMENT and went solo. He has a tape dropping called ZYIAN and has two hit singles out right now SILL AZZ, AND SCOOTA SCOOT HE IS A HARD WORKING ARTIST DEDICATED, DETER MINED AND DISCIPLINED.

Episode 352 - Golden Della Nori | @golden.della.nori
August 04, 2019 02:43 PM PDT
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Hailing out of Inglewood, California Golden Della Nori formerly known as A-Bomb Inglewood's Voice Of Choice gives us a sneak peak into his unique point of view of today's game. As a transitioning Pimp into the world of entrepreneurship becoming a author and has created a small retail and book publishing business called Authors Of The Game LLC. With several books on amazon.com his has become a spokesman threw literature of quality game. By doing so he has coined a new way of thinking called game organized and legal. Tune in to this exclusive interview by the well respected Po Politickin Show and learn more about this phenomenal trailblazer.

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