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"Peep Game " With CHRISTOPHER DENSON
30 minutes | May 13, 2021
Dre Robinson - Director
We speak with Dre Robinson about his roots in Chicago and the success of his web series "Totally Becky"
52 minutes | May 13, 2021
NahVee -Stunt Man / Lyricist / Actor
BECOMING A STUNT MAN ISN'T EXACTLY THE CAREER PATH THAT MOST YOUNG MEN GROWING UP ON THE WESTSIDE OF CHICAGO GENERALLY THINK ABOUT, AND ACTUALLY TODAY’S GUEST REALLY DIDN'T THINK ABOUT IT EITHER. HOWEVER TODAY ON PEEP GAME NAHVEE SPEAKS TO US ABOUT HOW HIS EXPERIENCES GROWING UP ON THE WESTSIDE OF CHICAGO HAD UNIQUELY EQUIPPED HIM TO DO JUST THAT.
69 minutes | May 13, 2021
Award Winning Writer Sylvia L. Jones
When A lifetime of diligence seems like overnight success. After applying to a writers program, Sylvia Jones Decided if she got accepted, she would and I “quote… Blow Up Her Life” Unquote. After being accepted into the program she did exactly that. Today on Peep Game Award winning writer Sylvia Jones, discusses her amazing journey and her involvement in Projects such as , The Chi on Showtime , The Clark Sister Movie One Lifetime as well as The Hit Television, Show Power !!
56 minutes | Feb 24, 2021
After making millions of dollars at the age of 19, Rollin Binzer set out on an amazing life of wonder and adventure. Today on Peep Game, Rollin discusses his incredible life after meeting Leonard Chess who hired him to be art director for the legendary Chess Records. Rollin also discusses the journey that led up to him directing and co-producing the classic concert film “Ladies & Gentlemen: The Rolling Stones.”
66 minutes | Feb 8, 2021
Rodney Trotter aka Sir Nose D'Void of Funk
When your Mom sings with Duke Ellington and your father plays drums with Charlie Parker, what you get is Rodney Trotter aka the legendary Sir nose D,Void of Funk. Today on a Peep Game Rodney Trotter discusses his time and work with the great George Clinton and the the importance of artist development and ownership of intellectual property.
37 minutes | Feb 5, 2021
Stone Paxton's Digital Music Success Story
Working in the mainstream music industry since his teenage years, Stone Paxton was determined to crack the code to success in the music industry. The 1999”s Cd’ records and tapes were the vehicle to make big big money in the music industry. When all of his friends, myself being one one of them, we all told him he was WackADoo , Stone set out on a bit of a different path. Stone Paxton talks to us today about a random phone call that I placed him directly in the middle of the music industry’s transition from Cd’s records and tapes straight into the the digital era live it today.
34 minutes | Jan 28, 2021
Sqoot on How to Stream and LiveThe Dream
For independent artists, cracking the code to garner music streams is a real challenge and not an easy undertaking. in this episode of "Peep Game" we talk to military veteran and rising hiphop sinsation, Dorell Smith aka Sqoot. We discuss his 1.6million streams and his experiences touring with hip hop legends Eric B and Rakim and one of Jay-z's mentor Jazo the originator.
61 minutes | Dec 20, 2020
Portia Mittons aka "Legit Trappin Queen P" , Got Weed?
Growing up in a small rural town in southern Illinois known as Kankakee, Portia Mittons also known as "Legit Trappin Queen P” discusses her journey from being a small town girl within a predominantly black community to being the only black person in Sumpter Oregon and the only black woman in the entire state to own a marijuana dispensary in the state of Oregon.
77 minutes | Dec 20, 2020
Robert Tutman First Black Cameraman for CBS in Chicago
World Renowned photographer Robert Tutman has taken pictures of people like Pop Superstar Michael Jackson and Newly Freed Nelson Mandela. Mr. Tutman has covered every President from London B. Johnson to current President Donald J. Trump.... and at one point Mr. Tutman even found himself covering a Ku KLux Klan Rally. In this episode, we talk to Mr. Tutman about his extraordinary life while breaking ground as the First Black Camera Man at CBS in Chicago. Mr. Tutman describes what it was like working at a time in America when “Whites Only Needed Apply”
64 minutes | Dec 10, 2020
Malik Yusef and Kanye West Make Good Music
Hailing from the South Side of Chicago neighborhood known as the "wild wild 100’s", Malik Yusef has made quite a name for himself. After winning 7 Grammy awards and working with artist such as Beyonce and Kanye West, Malik Yusef takes some time to reflect and discuss his journey from running through the streets of Chicago to becoming a rising figure and super talent in today’s music and entertainment scene.
57 minutes | Nov 27, 2020
Elisabeth Wither-Mendez , The Original Shug Avery From Oprah Winfrey's The Color Purple"
Seemingly out of nowhere ELISABETH WITHERS-MENDES made her Broadway debut starring as Shug Avery in Oprah Winfrey’s Broadway production, “The Color Purple”. Whether Liz is singing and performing with such artists as Luther Vandross, Cher, Celine Dion, or simply singing on the steps of the White House with Quincy Jones and Steven Spielberg ”or maybe somewhere co-writting #1 billboard chart topping song, Elisabeth is far from an overnight sensation. Today at 5pm we speak with Liz about her journey, past, present and future .
30 minutes | Oct 12, 2020
RAMSEY LEWIS - LEGENDARY JAZZ PIANIST INTERVIEW
After 60 albums, 3 Grammy awards, and earning 5 gold records, Ramsey Lewis has solidified his place as one of the greatest jazz pianist of our time. In this episode, Ramsey shares with us some of his experiences throughout the more than 80 years since he was introduced to the musical instrument that would take him from the sidewalks of Cabrini Green and eventually place him amongst Presidents, Kings and America’s Musical Royalty.
28 minutes | Oct 9, 2020
Oran"Juice" Jones The Early Def Jam Years.
The Legendary Def Jam Records was started by Rick Ruben in His College Dorm Room along with a young Russell Simmons. What started as a dream would soon develop into the biggest Hip-Hop brand of all time, spawning the careers of such stars as Run DMC, LL. Cool J. and Jay-Z just to name a few. In this episode, we speak with Oran Juice Jones, The very first R&B singer signed to Def Jam records. Oran recalls the humble beginnings of Def Jam and his journey with his friends growing up in Harlem New York. Billboard Charts describes his smash, single Walking In the Rain as one of the biggest One Hit wonders of all time
28 minutes | Sep 10, 2020
Really? You've Never Heard Of Crack Babies?
The Covid 19 Crisis affected thousands of College students accross America. In this episode we speak to K.J. a 2020 Graduate of Middleberry College , A Mini-Ivy League school on the east coast. K.J. discusses being forced to leave school school, just weeks before crossing the stage. instead of a new career i n sunny California, K.J. had to move back home to Englewood in Chicago with his parents.
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