In Episode 45, I invite two ladies on the show to discuss TI taking his daughter to the gynecologist to insure that she's still a virgin. We use that situation to dive deeper into topics such as: the double standards in parenting a girl and a boy, our patriarchal society, what men can say to their female loved ones that will make them feel loved and not judged, and much more!
On Episode 43 I interview Roc Nation A&R, Rel Carter who also happens to be Jay-Z's nephew. This is the first "on site" interview that we've done. We met with Rel on location while his Culture Tour stopped in Houston. We talked about the Culture Tour, A&Ring, what he looks for in an artist, and more!
Episode 42 was a jam packed conversation! During the "Khyrie Speaks" portion I point out valuable lessons we can learn from Antonio Brown and Tekashi 69's situations. I also have Pastor Rod Vargas of Union Church on to discuss Kanye West' Sunday Services', how evangelicals are quick to accept Trump & denounce Kanye, mixing the secular world with the spiritual world, and much more! Hopefully you guys enjoy this episode as much as I did.
In Episode 41 I analyze 'Cancel Culture" through the lens of Dave Chappelle's 'Sticks and Stones' stand up special, and Kendrick Lamar's song, 'Mortal Man'. I also discuss The New York Times' 1619 Project, Kanye's Sunday Service, the 2019 Revolt Summit, and what I learned from Malcolm Gladwell's Breakfast Club interview!
On Episode 40, I talk about the NFL/Roc Nation deal, my Twitter debate with Jemele Hill, how the Internet lacks context, and about how a white guy told me that my Facebook page looked like a "black pep rally". During the second half of the podcast, I interview criminal defense attorney, Ryan Mitchell. We talk about the criminal justice system, the problem with the bail industry, how he mentally prepares himself to defend someone that he knows is guilty, and SO MUCH MORE!
On Episode 39, I talk to MMA fighter, and 2x Sanda National champion, Gaby Echavarry. We talk about his training, how he fell in love with fighting, what happened his last fight that he lost, his upcoming fight and so much more!
On Episode 38, I talk to professional basketball player, Sarah Ogoke. Sarah plays for Nigeria's national team. We talk about her career, the pay gap between female and male athletes, her experience playing overseas, the possibility of playing at the upcoming Olympics, and much much more!
On Episode 37 of The All That Podcast I talk with Life Coach, Daniel Mangena. We talk about his experience growing up in London as a black man, & how the UK views America. We talk about his work with coaching people to better their lives, getting them to get past their fears, and forcing them to do some real deep soul searching. Daniel has written two books and has a 3rd one on the way..so we talk about that and more!
On Episode 3 my friend Franchesca who I met on a cruise last month, comes on to talk about life after divorce. She breaks down what went wrong in her marriage, dealing with infidelity, finally getting the courage to file for divorce, getting back into dating after being married so long, the importance of the hoe phase, and much much more!
I sit and talk to Houston native, DJ Overflow. Overflow is a Christian DJ, something I'd never heard of. We discuss the origins of his love for hip hop music, how it was to be a PK (Preachers Kid), drug addiction, how God changed his life, the state of the church, and he and his friend AZ spit some fire freestyles for us! And much much more!
This episode is for the ladies! Kelle Gandy comes on the show to discuss abusive relationships. Physically, ,mentally, and emotionally abusive. She shares her experiences with abusive relationships, how they affect every relationship she gets into, and what she's doing to try to get over her abusive relationship 'PTSD'.
I also share a tribute to my friend who recently passed away.
My friend Ayanna Moriah-Eliza Allen comes on the podcast to share a very heavy story of her being raped by somebody she thought was a friend. We talk about how Alabama's new abortion laws would've affected her, her being queer, white men's exhausting power, and more!
I sit with Maria Yepez and discuss the new documentary, Leaving Neverland, about 2 men accusing Michael Jackson of sexual molestation. I think the documentary is BS, she believes it it’s true. Listen and decide who’s side you’re on!
On this episode I talk to Chanel, owner of Blockade Apparel. We talk about the origins of Blockade, her dealing with depression and how she’s using her clothing line to spread awareness about depression. I also would like to thank NAMI Greater Houston for sponsoring this episode!
I sit and talk with recording studio artist and author, Jermaine Tolbert, about his new book (Remind Me To Think: The Genius Behind Crazy), turning down a record deal with Pharrell Williams, mental health, and more!
Pastor Vargas and I discuss how drug addiction and losing a six figure job led him to to Christ. We talk about his unorthodox style of preaching, criticism he's received for it, the state of Christianity, and more!
I talk to the young and upcoming lawyer out of Houston, Tx, Miriah Soliz. We talk about her humble beginnings, how wanting to get her mom out of a toxic relationship led to her wanting to be a lawyer, law school, Harvard, her future goals, and more!
I sit down with author, music journalist, cultural critic, and television personality, Touré. We talk about the origins of his love of writing, internships, Trump, debated MJ vs. Prince (who he's written books on), Beychella, and more!
I sit and talk to, Farhan Janjua, about his love of fashion, his position over at SuitSupply in Houston, Texas. We talked about his opportunity to appear on, Great Day Houston, representing SuitSupply, and more!
In this episode I talk to up and coming Houston rapper, Bocox. We talk about how she fell in love with rap, her influences, the experience of being a white female trying to rap, and where she sees herself in the future
Khyrie and Tidal team member Romel discuss Tidal, the music industry, how streaming is affecting the music industry, Spotify’s free tier, the smear campaign against Tidal and a cool moment he had with Jay Z
In this groundbreaking interview, Khyrie interviews Sante Fe Class of '18 graduate Bree Butler about her experience on that fateful day that left 10 of her peers dead, and what she thinks real gun reform entails.