Bangers & Brunch is officially a DDD holiday and The Southern Classic was a major success, but it’s time to get back on wax. While we were handling business away from the studio, we got a lot of good new music. We touch on the albums we feel were standouts during this time period. Hit us up if we missed any. Also, we weigh in on Ayesha Curry’s comments from her feature on Red Table Talk. We also weigh in on the disappointing news surrounding The Chi star Jason Mitchell.
In this episode, we discuss some unfortunate community related news and the beef between TIP and Kodak. Once we leave the bullshit portion of the show, we get into the groundbreaking Homecoming documentary that the queen dropped off on us. Speaking of queens, one was recently take off the market unbeknownst to some folks. We then talk our shit about Bangers & Brunch, a history making event hosted by Good Culture, being May 4th at Wits End.
We pay tribute to Neighborhood Nip. Rest in Power, king.
We welcome DeVon Franklin into the studio for a discussion about his path to ministry, his work in the entertainment business and his new book The Truth About Men.
DeVon Franklin is an award-winning film and TV producer, New York Times best-selling author, international speaker, and spiritual success coach. A recognized authority on spirituality, faith, and the entertainment business, DeVon is one of the youngest executives in Hollywood history. BeliefNet named DeVon one of the “Most Influential Christians Under 40.” Variety Magazine called him one of the “Top 10 Producers to Watch.” Ebony Magazine named him one of the “Top 100 Influential African-Americans in America.” He’s been interviewed by Oprah, Dr. Oz, Steve Harvey, Dr. Phil, CNN, and featured in numerous radio, print, and online appearances.
You can join in on the discussion tonight as Good Culture’s Kenny Reeves sits down with Devon and CNN’s Yodit Tewolde to dicuss The Truth About Men. The event will take place at Paul Quinn College and will begin promptly at 7 PM. Early arrival is strongly suggested.
We cover a myriad of topics from stand up comedy to surprisingly good rap beefs. White folks gone white folks so we address some disturbing bullshit that didn’t have to be. But us gone us as well so we also discuss another cultural candidate and what that means moving forward. Kam also got his shots up lol.
The episode where we discuss Future’s album and his family issues?! The episode where we rationalize Rae Sremmurd’s break up?? The episode that’s named after Big Draco’s interview?!! Big booty women on boats and Big Mac’s??! CULTUUUURE?!?!!!
We welcome Pete Freedman into the studio cave for an in-depth discussion on Dallas, his journey to founding Dallas’ most reputable online media alternative and some of the details of covering some of the city’s most shocking developments. Pete is the Co-Founder, President and Editor of CentralTrack.com, a Dallas onlne media alternative founded for the city’s millennial. Central Track prides itself on providing coverage tailored to serve the city’s underrepresented demographics and informing others about the lives and stories that matter to them. Super dope interview.
So it turns out that there was some leftover trash from a particular R&B singer and new trash from some people connected to him. We even have to revisit the covering/lid war of 2018 because…..trash there too. We then reach the trash debatable portion of the episode which will probably resurface at some point. Not all things culture were negative this week, though, thus the name of this episode.
The Good Culture Podcast goes into the studio cave with Dallas’ most lit vegan chef Brandon Waller, owner of Bam’s Vegan. We discuss the whys, how to’s and rewards of his journey to being vegan and also his journey as a chef. He also shared the rewards of being able to use his platform to serve the culture and to enlighten people about the benefits of a healthy lifestyle. But it’s the Good Culture podcast, so it wouldn’t be right if we didn’t touch the culture just a little bit. You can follow him at @bamsvegan on all platforms and we hope y’all will meet us at the Dallas Farmer’s Market this weekend (Sat 9A - 5P, Sun 10A - 5P) to try a few of these amazing recipes.