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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.
The co-host of the most dangerous show in radio is made his way back to Dallas. Tune in for a sit-down conversation with Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club co-host Charlamagne Tha God on his highly anticipated book #ShookOne: Anxiety Playing Tricks on Me. Moderated by Kenny Reeves, co-host of Dallas’ own Good Culture Podcast, the conversation will shed light on the ways Charlamagne Tha God has worked through anxiety to become one of the culture’s most distinguishable voices. Visit: www.goodculture.life for more content for the Culture. Follow: @goodculture_dtx , @HipHopBookClub and @thekennyreeves on IG/Twitter for details on upcoming events and discussions. Subscribe: Good Culture Podcast on iTunes for your listening pleasure. Special Thanks To: Dupree-Miller (@Dupreemiller) , Paul Quinn College (@paulquinncollege ), For Oak Cliff (@4OakCliff) and Good Culture (@goodculture_dtx) for making this event possible. Shot/Edited by: Moreese Films (@moreesefilms) Tunnel Black Vision (@tunnelblackvision) Nicely Done Visuals (@nicelydonevisuals)
In this episode of the Hip Hop Book Club podcast, we discuss Kanye West’s most polarizing project, Yeezus. This episode contains a lot of division and disagreement so we definitely need you to weigh in in the comments. Trash or nah? Where does it rank in Ye’s discography? What songs are you keeping (if any)? What’s your favorite questionable lyric of the episode? This is the line where Sobe wants us to make sure y’all are aware of his disclaimer lmao.
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Our newest contributor Kam Willard kicks off his new blog series with a unique tribute to the Heisman Trophy winner. Click the photo to read more.