The Hyphenate talks with hip hop artist and event promoter Aaron Kremen. They talk about making music, throwing music events, wrestling, dealing with the music industry while in the middle of a pandemic, and more.
The Hyphenate talks with Victor Sandoval on this episode of the Doubt Me Podcast. Vic worked with Strange Music Inc. for a decade and now is currently the manager of Mus and Kap Kallous. They talk about music, wrestling, mental health, wanting to help others, and more!
The Hyphenate talks with Tony Pham, CEO of 1975 Creations, and creator of many Tesla aftermarket parts such as the popular What The Frunk. They talk about some of the incredible creations and designs Tony Pham has made and what products he offers for Tesla Motors vehicles such as the Model 3, Model X, Model Y, and Model S.
The Hyphenate talks with Koncept 714, a known podcaster who interviews hip hop artists. They talk about a variety of topics including their ambitions, what success means to them, having big dreams, the hunger to reach goals, and more.
The Hyphenate talks with Koncept 714, a known podcaster who interviews hip hop artists. They talk about dealing with the Coronavirus (Covid-19), finding ways to exercise the mind and keep active, United States politics, Donald Trump, how the media and news abuse their influence, contemplating doing porn, societies contradictions, humans learning to help each other more, and so much more.
The Hyphenate and Amauri talk about the impact Coronavirus is having on people living in Southern California, especially in Los Angeles. The hectic panic from citizens, people struggling to find water, toilet paper, and essentials, the strict rules/laws being implimented that resemble Martial Law, and the change in lifestyle people are being forced into with social distancing. This is the lifestyle of people living in Los Angeles as of March 16, 2020.
The Hyphenate talks with Concrete, also known as Concrete Live or Concrete Comedy. He's a filmmaker and comedic content creator who's gone viral on Instagram. They talk about how he transitioned from rap, to radio, and eventually found bigger success in filmmaking with music videos. He's a jack of all trades who started making comedy sketeches on social media on the side. He's still very active and prominent within indie filmmaking, but now he's become more known with his comedy videos. They talk about that drive to hustle, create, and build something on your own without limits. This will motivate you!
The Hyphenate talks with Patty Torres (a professional in the entertainment industry who specializes in Public Relations). They talk about her difficult journey towards success that started when she quit her job to chase her dreams. The Hyphenate was a small part of her early days that she struggled and they detail the pain, struggles, and sacrifices required to get what you want out of life. This will inspire you!