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Welcome to Episode 51 of the Shovanist Pigs Podcast ! We talked about the new SHOWTIME series "The CHI" and how accurate it is to CHICAGO, we also talk about the social media beef and war of words going on between Dr. UMAR JOHNSON and TARIQ NASHEED as well as other random topics. We appreciate all who have supported us during this time and want y'all to Follow us on twitter, instagram, soundcloud, facebook ..like, share, subscribe on iTunes and Youtube @bigcrownmusic @chiguy705 @brokeniggaron @noemimediagroup on social media and Email us at email@example.com for promo/advertisement opportunities or if you would like to be a guest ! !! Also fill out this survey and let us know what you like and don't like about the Podcast... survey.podtrac.com/start-survey.as…t8&ver=standard
Mr. Nasheed is a Jack of all trades, but man has mastered the art of making an impact. We talk about him growing up in the racist south, moving to Los Angeles to learn game, how he became a New York Times bestselling author, then how he switched it up with his hit documentary series ‘Hidden Colors’. Love him, hate him, one thing is guaranteed, you press play on this episode and you will learn game.
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If you don't know, now you know !! I listen to the Combat Jack Radio Show via podcast every week, and I really enjoy what they do on there. They have a variety of guests on the show and its just a refreshing take on interviewing in my opinion. Heres a bit of info on the show creator : Attorney, author and radio personality Reggie Ossé is an established authority in all things urban entertainment. He is considered the first in today’s new wave of savvy attorneys well versed and nurtured in Urban, Hip Hop and Popular culture. He is the author of “Bling, The Hip Hop Jewelry Book”, a cultural anthropology coffee table book which provides an in depth and entertaining study of man’s fascination with jewelry spanning back to the birth of civilization.