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.
Fifty is a pretty good thing no matter where you apply it. Buying a soda, field goals, age, money, podcasts. Yeah we said podcasts. You are now listening to a podcast that’s old enough to grill at the family reunion. We’re also old enough to leave Thanksgiving whenever we feel like it. In all seriousness, the GC+ Podcast is appreciative of how far we’ve come. We’re excited about where we are going to go. The good people have been family the whole time and we wouldn’t change that for nothin’. Now let’s get into this culture sh*t.
Last week was mad real. We got cops killing people enjoying the privacy of their own home and the rap game lost a super talent. Cardi tried to harm Nicki, but walked away with a knot upside her own forehead. That's a lot to digest and we still got our jokes off with another set of rankings for y'all.
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.
Black all weekend. From Thursday all the way through Obama's Day, it was a celebration of our heritage on a level rarely seen. From musical contributions to the big screen to the Staples Center, we trapped in Wakanda all weekend and the Good Culture podcast wraps it up in style.
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.
The fellas from Good Culture are in the studio with fellow Dallas lifestyle brand La$t Tribe. La$t Tribe focuses on promoting fashion and music in the city and are looking to do big things in 2016. We spoke with their flagship artist Curtis Mayz and COO of the company, Ikory, on their fashion label, Dallas' fashion scene and their presence in the booming Dallas rap scene. It's live in the five, GOOD people.