2 Bros In The Studio Show
About This Show
Navada Taylor (Hulk BROgan) & Tobari Fingal (The Brilliant BROfessor) are extremely excited about this new and innovative podcast made by CREATIVES for CREATIVES. We have a line up of working and successful people that are equally excited to drop some real-world knowledge. Our goal is to educate the indie artist(s), learn for those who are "living the dream", and build up the DIY'er with real conversations with real people in the Entertainment Industry, targeting not just the "stars", but those that make it possible to become a STAR.
We talk about everything from categorizing legendary artists and other influential people in the music and entertainment industry, to the psychological profiling of Hip-Hop, to the essential processes for being an effective and professional home creative.
Here on this channel, we will also be creating awesome video content including segments like:
"Clips from the Show"
"Mind Ya Business"
"Studio Crashers", and even
Celebrity Interviews... and so much more!
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Most Recent Episode
Episode 30: Wish I Had This When I Was A Kid
7 days ago
#Salute to the creatives geniuses that you are!
Check out the latest episode of The 2 Bros In The Studio Show: Podcast brought to you by Navada & Tobari | Powered by Haven House Music Group.
This week the BROS. spoke with Dr. Elliot Gann, Executive Director of Today's Future Sound (a 501c3 based in Oakland, CA.). Dr. Gann is a clinical psychologist/psychotherapist by training, producer/beat maker and DJ! We discussed why hiphop has such a powerful effect on youth culture, and why music production specifically can be used for bringing a child who is on the brink... turn them around and make a different choice!
So if you want to learn about this show and this awesome content... Check us out... the #2BrosShow now on #StitcherRadio, #GooglePlay, and #iTunes as well as #YouTube, #TuneIn, and here on #SoundCloud every Monday...
THIS ONE IS FOR YOU!
Special Guest Co-Host: Dr. Elliot Gann - http://www.todaysfuturesound.org/
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