It's our 80th episode. We can sit on the mothers' pew at church now. But instead of giving out old, crusty and half melted pieces of strawberry candies, we got some good podcasting for y'all.
Fresh off a holiday weekend, the scoreboard indicates that it is indeed a #HotBoySummer. The queens, in need of a regroup, did get outstanding performances from LaLa and Halle Bailey. The FBMA prayed over Brother Melo and also gave praise to Lil Nas X. And we got new music from Dreamville and Chris Brown.
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.
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.
It was a very exciting weekend for the Good Culture family and there was no better way to cap it off than welcoming in a very special guest.
So we’re back from homecoming break and back on our bullshit. This episode is pretty damn wild.
Just when you think your past is over, here it comes stumbling back through the door. How do y’all deal with a case of the ex? Also, we got y’all covered on your fair hoppin’. There’s levels to this, know how to play the field. Don’t do Fletcher’s with a cotton candy date.
Yeah we byke byke. We choppin’ it up on white rapper complexes, the Dallas chicken trinity and Florida man (in a good way, surprisingly). We also get into culture tv and discuss what’s going on with the Issas and Ghosts of the world. Kanye is still Ye’in, Bron still goatin’ and we’re still the best start to your workweek.
Henny-N-Wingz. Bangers & Brunch, Cowboys and Redskins, Dallas and D. C. It all makes too much sense, and who better to connect with than the DJ that can call both places home. DJ Nitecrawler joins us to discuss his craft, his aspirations, his background and the movement that is Henny-N-Wingz. A little shit talk, a little motivation, a lotta moves. D.C. came to the city and showed major love. We gone return that favor. #SayLess.
If you're at a good party in Dallas, there's a good chance you're enjoying the talents of DJ Phife. We got a chance to have him in the studio with us to discuss his introduction to the craft and how he's grown to have his own hit single, "Turn It" feat. SVPA & Lil Ronny Motha F. With his wealth of knowledge on the music industry and the club/party scene the culture discussion was spirited and inspirational. #SayLess and press play, fam.
Do not wait to purchase your Bangers & Brunch tickets, presale tickets are nearly sold out!!!!
Cosign Magazine is a media brand dedicated to telling the stories of the people that drive the culture forward. We were lucky enough to get the brand's founder, KG, in the studio to discuss both his story and the story of Cosign. Of course we took a detour to discuss the beautiful Rosa Acosta and of course we had to discuss an eventful past few weeks in the culture. While we didn't get More Life from Drake, Nicki isn't necessarily dead. Also, Jay Z is enjoying more success and making more waves. Kanye, this is what happens when you avoid the sunken place. Say less and press play, fam.
Do not wait to purchase your Bangers & Brunch tickets as they are going fast and there will be limited sales at the door.
We’ve got the lovely Chan-Lo, Chief of Chic at cnkdaily.com (@CNKDaily), in the studio for Episode 31 and this recording was undoubtedly one of the most fun times we’ve been behind these microphones. From discussing her motivations as an influencer in shoe fashion and entrepreneurship to Valentine’s Day plans we touch all bases in getting to know the woman, the brand and the goals. But you know we gotta talk on the culture on the GC+ podcast and that’s when it got real. Kenny is still not safe. #SayLess family.
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The guys from Good Culture are in the studio with the men of Where People Meet Together to highlight their upcoming Savor The Moment event. Besides focusing on the motivation and details for the event, the fellas engage in some barber shop talk on an array of things.