Come sit down with us and listen in to the most important conversations impacting Black Culture. Told from the Entrepreneurs and Investors who are doing the daily work of cultivation in various sectors. If you want to know how the Black Dollar is truly moving through our culture then we advise you not to miss a single episode of The Black Equity Podcast. Want access to our network? Or become an approved strategic partner? Text “BlackEquity” to +16692382434 to be part of our digital network.
On today’s episode we talk to Marie Denee, CEO and Founder of www.TheCurvyFashionista.com. We discuss her journey into entrepreneurship, the wisdom she learned along the way, and if the rumors of Blogging coming to an end are true.
IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN:
• What does it take to build a global brand?
• The art of blogging.
• What it means to be a subject matter expert.
• What does Plus Size even mean?
• How to embrace structure in an organization.
• How to Partner w/The Curvy Fashionista.
• Where globally has her brand taken Marie Personally?
Contact Marie on the following platforms: https://thecurvyfashionista.com/
On today’s episode we talk to Renée Cummings, an AI criminologist & AI Strategist. We discuss the the future of our culture through the lense of Artificial Intelligence.
IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN:
• Why is AI such a big deal?
• How has Our data been misused?
• How AI impacts our daily lives.
• How has facial recognition technology been used to discriminate?
• Why is Urban culture world culture?
• Why was Urban AI created?
• What's next for AI?
BOOKS AND RESOURCES
• Contact Renee on LinkedIn @ http://linkedin.com/in/renéecummings
• Book Recommendation: Race After Technology: Abolitionist Tools for the New Jim Code
• 8 Powerful Examples Of AI For Good - https://www.forbes.com/sites/bernardmarr/2020/02/10/8-powerful-examples-of-ai-for-good/
• Free Course - Machine Learning - https://www.edx.org/course/machine-learning
Every great journalist knows that the tiny fabrications in a story can cause your entire work and sometimes your entire career to be in question. The weird part is when Gayle King and Oprah have huge fabrications in thier stories they seem to go ignored. On today’s episode we study two platforms that chose to ignore the fabrications and ask them to retract their stories. Black Enterprise - https://www.blackenterprise.com/gayle-king-did-what-every-good-journalist-is-supposed-to-do-her-job/
The Racial Wealth gap is a key element that many of our culture refuse to diagnose. On today’s episode we explore these three main ways to close the racial wealth gap, or thoughts on a recent article that addresses the issue, and our second installment of our review of Mympu.org and how it relates to today’s topic.
Are you ready for a Black Future Month? Well here you are, Welcome to Black Future Month here on The Black Equity Podcast! Here we will explore forward thinking ideas, people, and events that push our community forward.
On today’s episode we focus on “How To Acquire” and what it truly means. We give you a behind the scenes access to a program we have been granted access to in the federal contracting space. We discuss the difference between Acquiring and buying, and how to identify an asset.
To join our network simply 📲TEXT “BlackEquity” to 6692382434 To Join Our Network. Thank you to MyMpu.org for granting us full access to thier program in acquiring government contracts. Be sure to stay tuned as we continue to review what we have found in the program.
Wait A second. We thought everyone was done with The NFL? Why is everyone flying down to Miami for the Super Bowl? Is there any Black Equity that can be found down there? Let’s explore this topic on latest Episode of The Black Equity Podcast.
The world is reporting about the death of Kobe Bryant but true Black Equity Listeners know that energy never dies it’s only finds a new home. Part of that energy is now located here on The Black Equity Podcast.
Our guest today is Mike Tatum. Mike is a digital marketing expert and CEO of Tatum Digital which is an on-demand lead generation company for real estate agents, freelancers, private practice professionals, early-stage startups, course creators, and other very small businesses who rely on inbound leads.
During this episode we talk about the power of digital marketing, why it’s essential for your business, and how digital marketing may have contributed to shifting the last election. Learn more about him and Tatum Digital at tatumdigital.com.
Website - www.tatumdigital.com
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/tatumdigital
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/tatumdigital/
LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/tatumdigital/
Our guest today is Xavier Egan, is the Owner and Director of M&A with River City Business Alliance, a company located in Arlington, TX.
Mr. Egan helps business owners quietly exit their business at the desired time, with a hand-selected buyer, at maximum value. He also helps businesses grow market share rapidly through smart and strategic acquisitions. Mr. Egan primarily works with owners who insist on confidentiality and are ready to cash-in on the equity they've worked hard to build. They may be ready to retire, are getting burned out or bored with their business, want to pursue other interests, or need to exit due to health or personal reasons. Tune in to learn how you can acquire your first company. This episode is brought to you by Black Equity Network, text “BlackEquity” to +16692382434.
Our guest today is LeShawnda Fitzgerald who is the Founder of both Ready For Spanish, readyforspanish.com, the #1 Online Spanish program for children and Online Spanish Challenge where she teaches busy adults how to speak Spanish easier and faster than ever before.
She has created hundreds of products and educational materials for her brand and other digipreneurs. She's an advocate of living your dream while monetizing your gifts. To read more about her entrepreneurial journey visit her website onlinespanishchallenge.com
Our guest today, Ashlee Wisdom, is an experienced public health practitioner and innovation advisor. She is currently a Director at Junto Health, an advisory firm that equips executives, investors, and founders with the perspective, know-how, and relationships they need to become a champion in digital health and deploy meaningful technology. Ashlee is also the Founder of Health In Her HUE, a digital platform that connects Black women to the healthcare providers, services and resources that are committed to their health and well-being. Our conversation touched on the intersection of justice in health and economic sectors respectfully, we learn about Ashlees current vision for Health In Her Hue, and we highlight the biggest issue facing our community and a possible way to solve it. To learn more about Ashlee visit her website https://www.ashleewisdom.com/ to work with her company visit https://healthinherhue.com . This episode is brought on you by The Black Equity Network. Text “BlackEquity” to +16692382434 to join our digital network.
Our guest today, Kadeem Clarke, is a finance professional, entrepreneur, and blockchain expert assisting firms with investments into emerging markets, emerging industries, and top startups at every stage. We discuss his start working with billion dollars companies, his current goals as Investment Manager at MarketX Ventures where he helps family office, venture capital, and UHNWI investment into global private tech companies, and we learn about the company he founded Clarke Global Marketing where they offer consulting services include investor relations, digital marketing, business development, and markets. This is an episode that is sure to give you a strong return on investment of your time. Clarke Global Marketing: https://clarkeglobal.co/
MarketX Ventures: https://www.marketxventures.com/. This Episode is brought to you by Black Equity Network. Text +16692382434 to join.
Our guest today, Dr. Jamelia Abrams, is a Wife, mother of 2, board certified foot and ankle surgeon (Podiatrist) turned Health Science Educator with a passion to empower others. Dr. Abrams wanted a platform that would allow Black consumers to share their individual experiences to empower Black people to patronize businesses that value us. Based on the Yelp model she created BEAPP the BlackExperienceApp, which currently has 25 major cities and 25, 000 restaurants. The app is live at the App Store and Google Play Store for free download. To learn more visit Website: https://www.blackexperienceapp.com
BlackExperienceApp on LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook . This episode is brought to you by The Black Equity Network. Text “BlackEquity” to +16692382434 to join our network.
Our guest today is Patrick Brown , After years of research Patrick was able to obtain his growers license in December 2018. Since then Patrick in his first year was able to cultivate 18 acres of industrial hemp and harvested over 25,000lbs of raw hemp. He’s also received his NC industrial hemp processing licensed where he looks to be able to process local disenfranchised farmers crops in the 2020 season. Patrick has contacts all over the US were he educates and consults for his brand. Patrick will be releasing his Licensed and Trademarked Hempfinity CBD brand in January 2020. This episode is brought to you by Black Equity Network. Text “Black Equity” to +16692382434 to join our conversation with access to news, alerts, and opportunities.
Our guest today, Brandon Brooks, is an American Business man and founder of the crowdfunding platform, Inventrify. On this episode we discuss his start, his rise, and what he has planned for the future. Join two Powershift ambassadors as they give you gems for the culture. This episode is brought to by The Black Equity Network. To network on strategic partnerships text us at +16692382434
A recent article from thehill.com reads “Criminal justice system works against minorities”. We wanted to explore this topic with someone who has the expertise in this field. Today we are blessed to be joined by Kenya Tyson. Founder of K. Tyson & Associates, LLC. , a boutique consulting firm offering training and consulting expertise in the practice areas of criminal justice and higher education. On this episode we look to explore the system overall , our local and state government, and how you can partner with Kenya in the future. This episode is brought to you by The Black Equity Network. Text 6692382434 to join our network.
Discipline is defined as a field of study or is training to fix incorrect behavior or create better skills. Our guest today, Santia Deck, is one of the most disciplined people from our culture. Her discipline has led her to becoming the highest paid woman to play professional football, signing a multi- million dollar deal with WFLA. With one of the best brands in our culture Santia stops by The Black Equity Podcast to discuss her ups her downs, and the future for her brand and her professional football career. You can reach Santia @ www.Queenofabs.com or on IG @trackbaby001. This episode is brought to by The Black Equity Network, welcome you the Black Equity Podcast.
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Our guest today is the Founder and CEO of We Tha Plug, Luis Martinez. “We Tha Plug” was started in February 2019 in Silicon Valley & San Diego as a meetup group that would connect and empower Black, Latino, other minorities & underrepresented founders as well as Minority Venture Capitalist and Angel Investors in the Startup, Tech & Innovation space. On this episode we discuss the importance of ecosystems, divider it and inclusion, and the current landscape of the tech space heading into 2020. To learn more about Luis Martinez connect with him on IG @luisitothe_entrepreneur or on linked at http://linkedin.com/in/luis-martínez-msol-1245033a . This episode is brought to you by Black Equity Network text +16692382434 to be added to our network and be the first to receive the latest in business and investment opportunities. Follow us on Ig @blackequitynetwork
Our guest today is Dorenus Johnikin, Jr. he is the Founder and Chief Investment Officer of Persea Capital. He has an in-depth knowledge of financial derivatives, asset-backed securities, equity and fixed income securities, and deal execution. To date, Mr. Johnikin has been involved with the structuring and issuing of more than $35 billion dollars of public and private debt transactions. He’s managed more than $500 million dollars of equity, fixed income, and derivative portfolios, and he’s initiated more than $8 Billion of Sell-Side transactions in the Commercial Paper (CP) market. He makes his first appearance on the Black Equity Podcast but we are sure this won’t be his last. Website Link: www.perseacapital.com
LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dorenus-johnikin-jr-4a762519/
Last season on The Black Equity Podcast we invited all Black Owned Streaming services to appear on our program. As of today only one has agreed to come on our podcast. We are truly honored and grateful to welcome Rodney Reynolds The Founder and President of American Legacy Network on our podcast as he educates us on Equity in business, building a brand, and why his platform has become more valuable than ever before. This episode is brought to you by Black Equity Network, your number one source for Authentic Strategic Partnerships. I’m your host D.J. Moultrie , Welcome to The Black Equity Podcast.
To kick off season two we are going to show you how to access the $560 billion dollar federal contracting space. Walter Cotton III comes back on our podcast to show us how we can access to these contracts and his community built for new contractors like you and I. If you would like to learn how you can join this community listen to the episode and then head over to Mympu.org. To access our Black Equity Network Rolodex text “BlackEquity” +16692382434 and be tapped into everything Black Equity.
Our platform was chosen as one of the platforms to be ambassadors of the new Daymond John book “PowerShift” and we are excited that we now have access to chapter one. Hear our take on the first chapter and the three areas this book will focus on. To gain access to the first chapter click here - https://powershift.daymondjohn.com/chapter-1?inf_contact_key=37d10f43ad8bd2929bcb64850032b03b09c74070ac2bf3cfa7869e3cfd4ff832 and pre order the book today. This episode is brought to you by The Black Equity Network.
The holiday season helps us understand two secrets to branding and business that will shift your entire life. Press play and let the abundance flow. This episode is brought to you by The Black Equity Network.
It appears that Oprah has signed on to executive produce a documentary about Hip Hop Pioneer Russel Simmons centered around sexual misconduct allegations. Many people thought these two were friends but maybe there is more to this story than what meets the eye. This episode is brought to you by Black Equity Network.
We decided to study the 1619 project. Unfortunately we couldn’t get past the first paragraph. You won’t want to miss this episode that is sure to shift everything. Find out what the original video from YouTube that was banned that they don’t want to find. This episode is brought to by Black Equity Network. https://youtu.be/_wh39JU9ssw
Gerald A. Moore Sr. Is the founder of The Online Technology School for Black Boys and an Educational Activist. He stops by The Black Equity Podcast to breakdown why he Launched is online school for boys ages 8-16, his take on the current public education system, and he answers the 2 Billion Dollar question - How Much $$$ Is in Stem? To see all that he is working on visit these sites - http://www.gmtsbb.com. , http://www.missionfulfilled2030.org, & http://www.motivateblackboys.com. This episode is brought to you by Black Equity Network. Music Credit - Jiem EB Music --- ---
Marquis Taylor is the host of Detroit Worldwide Podcast where he has the opportunity to share with his audience stories all over the world that come from people who have close ties to the city of Detroit. On this episode we learn about his podcast, his memories on Detroit as a child, and yes another Top 5 discussion makes its way on to the show. Sit back and enjoy this episode and get ready to experience Detroit like never before.. Follow @detroitworldwidepodcast to stay connected. This episode is brought to you by Black Equity Network text “Black Equity” to 31996 for exclusive content.
Cheryl Grace is the SVP Strategic Community Alliances and Consumer Engagement of Nielsen and she stops by the show for a groundbreaking discussion. We discuss a fascinating report by the Nielsen group that covers the purchasing power of Black America, what the data says about the black dollar, and the five questions every consumer must ask before handing their dollars over to any company. We are grateful for this conversation and look forward to seeing the entire culture shift from this conversation. To learn more visit https://www.nielsen.com/us/en/insights/2019/its-in-the-bag-black-consumer-path-to-purchase/ and connect with Cheryl on LinkedIn. This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music ---
Queen and Slim brought In Over $16 million. It raised a lot of questions. Even shook up the culture. Let’s examine why.. in an unbiased and artful review of the movie. Enjoy this review that is filled with spoilers. Listen at your own risk.
Tiffany Griffin is a co- founder of Bright Black, a Black Owned candle company that she owns with her husband. We discuss their transition into entrepreneurship , how their company is deeply rooted within Black Culture, and we might even hear a Top 5 Mc’s debate. To learn more about Bright Black visit brightblackcandles.com and follow them on Facebook and IG @brightblackcandle . This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music ---
What is Equity in education and why does it matter to us as investors? Our guest today Dr. Chaunté Garrett is the founder of Learning to Life Education Solutions & has dedicated her mission to bringing Equity to education. We discuss equity, the element of the community that contributes to our students, and we learn what has caused the inequities that current exist. To reach Dr. Garrett send her a professional inquiry at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow her on IG/Twitter - @drncgarrett
Earlier this year one of our most listened to and downloaded episodes featured Davonne Reaves (ms_davonne) of TheVonneGroup.com discussing the art of hotel investing. We received so much feedback on that episode that we decided to bring her back with her fellow co founder of Epiq Collective Jessica Myers on the show to discuss your pathway to commercial real estate, the power of partnerships, and the difference between being an active investor and a passive one. Enjoy this episode and when you’re ready to work with this Epiq team be sure to reach out to them on Instagram @epiqcollective . This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music ---
Forest Richter stops by the show to discuss the launch of Uncrowd. A platform he co - founded to address the lack of capital for underrepresented founders. We discuss the world of venture capital, his background in Milwaukee, and how his company looks to address a much needed root problem. To learn more about Uncrowd visit https://uncrowd.io . We look forward to hearing about all the success stories. This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music ---
Our guest today has been responsible for raising over $750 million. As CEO and Founder of Bridge Philanthropic Consulting, Dwayne Ashley has truly impacted the culture. On this episode we discuss how he got his start, some of the organizations he has had the honor to consult, and some of the programs put into place with his company to assist non profits. Enjoy this special Thanksgiving Day Edition of the Black Equity Podcast. After the show ends head over to https://bridgephilanthropicconsulting.com/bpc-insights/ to inquire about working with Mr. Ashley and his team. This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music
This episode is not intended to be investment advice. This is strictly for entertainment and documentation purposes. This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music ---
Are you ready to innovate? Well you can’t do it without first listening to this episode. This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music ---
Tamar Huggins stops by the Black Equity Podcast to talk about her role as Founder and Executive Director at Tech Spark Canada. We discuss her vision, her background, and why her organization is the perfect place to pour time and resources into. We know you will enjoy this episode and we invite you to visit https://techspark.ca to learn more about Tech Spark Canada and how you can work with their organization. This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music --- ***please note that at the time of recording our conversation flowed very smoothly but during the posting of the audio there are a few small overlaps. Thank you for your consideration.***
How important is it to protect your public image? Should you do it all cost? What happens if you enter rooms and no one likes you? Should you leave the room? Should you try to find a way to be liked by the crowd? What do you do when everyone is talking about you in a negative fashion? This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music
How do the Grammys make money? Who is deciding who wins? And why is the culture so infatuated with who is nominated? This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music
What is inside your DNA? Our guest today, Mark Bishop, founder of www.afrorootsdna.com has built a company to answer that question. Mark takes us on a journey on his own self discovery, his vision for our culture, and his goals for investing in Africa overall. To learn more visit www.afrorootsdna.com and use code BLACKEQUITY at checkout for a discount. The best way to reach out to them is in the 'what are your thoughts' section of their website. This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music ---
Are you a conscious investor? If you aren’t, you may be after this episode. Real Estate Advisor, Rashad Davis, stops by the show to give us a true foundation of where redlining began and his thoughts on affordable housing. In addition he introduces us to commercial real estate and what the key differences are between residential real estate and commercial real estate. Be sure to check out his following book recommendations as well: Decolonizing Wealth - Edgar Villanueva, The Color of Law - Richard Rothstein , The Color of Money - Mehrsa Baradaran. Head over to his company website to learn more about his company R2D Real Estate Group - www.rashaddavis.evrealestate.com. You can connect with him directly on IG @mrluxebohemian and LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/rashad-davis-84008022 - This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music
A recent study shows that people Classified as Black/African Americans only received 7.2% of federal contracts. Our guest today Walter Cotton III, is looking to increase that number substantially. As the Managing Partner of The COTTON EXCHANGE, Mr. Cotton is building a pathway for people who look like us to acquire more federal contracts. Our conversation today details the upcoming opportunities our community will have to learn from Mr. Cotton about why this may be the best way to create generational wealth in our community. To attend his upcoming 90-minute webinar “How To Create Generational Wealth Through Government Contracting” click here - https://bit.ly/2NWZmUl and to access his full course “20 Billion in 2020” visit this website - http://mympu.org . This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Musi
When it comes to having an invaluable member of your ownership team having an expert in marketing would be ideal. We are blessed today to have Maria Succes of B.N.SUCCESS Marketing Consulting Firm. We discuss with Maria her favorite places to travel, her thoughts on Equity in business, and we even analyze the latest in Hip Hop. To learn more about Maria visit www.bnsuccess.com and on IG: @ms.success_secrets or @bnsuccess . This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music
How do you make money off of streaming? Who are the black video streaming platforms? And how come they haven’t come on The Black Equity Podcast? This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music
We are honored today to have the Owner of Black Chef’s Corporation, Courtney Munford, to discuss community development, international business, and the mindset needed to play at the highest levels. To learn more visit - Website: www.BlackChefsNetwork.com
Instagram: @BlackChefsNetwork This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music
What is it like to help build Billion Dollar companies? Our guest today, Arthur L. Burris Jr., knows exactly what it looks and feels like and is using that expertise to craft his own company, Porteiro. The best part is his newest venture won’t only solve a root problem but will also make a social impact. Head over to www.porteiro.com to learn more and enjoy this exclusive conversation on the future of creating your own lifestyle. This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music
The NCAA had an identity crisis and we are blessed to have a former NCAA athlete Maiya Newton to join us on this episode. Not only is Maiya a former athlete but she also is launching Duffle, a company designed to provide guidance and resources for athletes from low income areas. In this episode, we explore the lack of Black Equity in the NCAA, why low income areas exist, and why the NCAA has a very confusing business model. Learn more about Maiya Newton and her company Duffle follow @duffleapp on IG. This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music
As Black Entrepreneurship grows so does our need for investment in the arts. The rise of Black Economic independence breeds great artists like our guest today Kalin Devone. Her unique style allows her to embrace our culture while proving timeless pieces investors crave. She stops by the show to give us gems on what her journey has been like and what she envisions for the future. To learn more visit www.kalin-devone.com . This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music
Have you noticed an increase or decrease of Black representation in areas of film and television? Our guests today are both writers from Black Culture. Noah Washington recently was featured in the Philadelphia tribune for his article on “Black representation and appearance in Japanese pop culture” (https://bit.ly/2oKkDqu) and Andre Brooks was a writer on Boondocks as well as host of the radio show “The World according to Eric” both bring a unique perspective to what they see in and around our culture. This episode breaks down the latest In black entertainment from a writers perspective. Sit back and enjoy you won’t want to miss this. To connect with Noah Washington follow on Instagram: @@riotboyatl | @blerdbinder | @theartofriot . You can follow Andre on IG @pstolandre . This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music
Ever had a fear of public speaking? This engineer may have just the thing you need. Neil Thompson is an engineer turned entrepreneur, and successful public speaker. He stops by the show to talk about the keys to a successful public speaking career and why he launched Teach The Geek, an E - Learning platform for Stem professionals, and how he recently became a children’s book author with his first release, “Ask Uncle Neil: Why is my hair curly?” This episode is sure to awaken you, enrich you, and make you think. To learn more about Neil and his company Teach The Geek visit https://teachthegeek.com/ and to purchase his latest book click here - https://www.amazon.com/Ask-Uncle-Neil-hair-curly/dp/0692157271 . This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music
Ever considered owning hotels but don’t know where to start? This episode was created to increase Black Hotel ownership but before you go out and try to learn it on your own , we want to introduce you to the CEO of The Vonne Group, a hotel consulting firm. Davonne Reaves stops by the show to lay the foundation for what you will need before you acquire your first hotel. Learn how Davonne managed a Billion Dollar portfolio, the secrets for building the right team, and why her book on hospitality can shift the way you operate any business. This is your opportunity to receive first hand knowledge on the art of Hotel Acquisitions so be sure to take plenty of notes. Visit www.thevonnegroup.com for more information on Hotel Ownership, www.emergingpineapple.com to purchase the guide for the aspiring hospitality professional, and to learn more about her commercial investment fund visit @epiqcollective on IG for further details. The culture will never be the same again. This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music
What if I told You slavery still exist? Would you believe me? Would you believe me if I told you fear was imagined? I learned something New from watching the Harriet movie and I want to share it with you. Will you be too afraid to press play? This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music
Entrepreneur Bryon Allen stopped by the Breakfast Club and reminded us the real reason why Martin Luther King Jr. was killed. This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music - listen yo the full speech here - https://youtu.be/dOWDtDUKz-U
On this episode we analyze the most recent Kanye West interview and look to provide context to the interview that has over 2 million views. This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music
Have you had a chance to see the movie “Black and Blue” starring Naomie Harris and Tyrese? Let’s show you the wisdom we picked up from the movie and some of the interviews around the press run. This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music
Eddie Murphy releases new movie, Dolemite is my name, on Netflix and we take this episode to pull out the wisdom we found in this movie. No spoilers are in this review. This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music
Why are we addicted to toxic relationships? Why do so few of us question religion? What happens with to Black Game of Thrones fans break down the show? And who is allowed to say the word Nigga? All these questions are answered alongside our special guest Jaylynn Farr of The Garden in the Desert Podcast. To learn more about Jaylynn Farr visit her podcast here https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/a-garden-in-the-desert/id1473753478 and follow her on Instagram @jaylynn.Farr . This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music
Why do ticket sales matter to artists like T- Pain? Did he let down his fans by cancelling his tour? Was there a better way to handle this? Let’s look to tackle these questions and many more on the this episode of The Black Equity Podcast. This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music
What is an Emerging Market? Who has the world’s best performing stock exchange? How should investors view the global economy? What are the best books for self development? Our guest today David Mullings of Blue Mahoe Capital answers all these questions while also sharing his story and journey in business and economic development. To learn more visit www.bluemahoecapital.com . This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music
What’s going on in Hollywood? Who is telling our stories? Why are there so many reboots? How do we get Black Equity in Entertainment? Our guest Agent Tiauna Jackson of the Jackson Agency answers all these questions and more during this episode of The Black Equity Podcast. To learn more about The Jackson Agency click here http://tja.agency/ . This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music
If you haven’t heard of Raising Black Millionaires you are missing out on a revolutionary brand, movement, and ideology. The great part is now can be your time to learn about it in depth. The founder Thiah Muhammad stops by the show to discuss the beginnings of her brand, the growth of her movement, and how this ideology may very well alter our culture forever. To learn more about Raising Black Millionaires visit - bit.ly/rbmflashcardsvol1 . This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music
I know you love deep culture Talk so here’s an episode full of gems, laughter, and moments of clarity. Thank you to ConscienCed from Conscience or Crazy?? Podcast for stopping by and blessing us with his thoughts on variety of topics of Black Culture. To hear more from Cedrick click here - https://open.spotify.com/show/4SuVW7lMr4r4DMl4McBSTK - This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines . Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music
They say Hip Hop has elevated itself into a multi billion dollar industry. With that much money involved I wonder how important it would be to control certain narratives in hip Hop? What extent would people go to maintain perceived control? Perhaps that in itself is the real untold story of Hip Hop. This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt Music Credit - Jiem EB Music
Reports are that mindfulness is a multi- billion industry. We believe it’s time to tap into that market and be sure we are reaching out to our own people. To learn more about Howard Palmer visit his website here - www.onlyblackcosmonaut.com This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines join the wine club here - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt ****Please excuse the background noise in the first few minutes of the episode the sound clears up. Thank you for your consideration**** Music Credit - Jiem EB Music
The Home decor industry is expected to reach $792 Billion by 2025 which is perfect because we found the perfect company for the culture to support and invest in. BlackCotton.us is a Black Owned raw cotton decor and accessories company started in 2016 by our guest Julius Tillery. Tune in to hear about his journey, who he looks to partner with, and his thoughts on the cotton industry today. This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines join the wine club here - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt
The Online Dating Industry is estimated to be valued over $3 Billion in annual revenues. So imagine how excited we were to have the chance to speak with the CEO the Black Owned online dating site Polyandsocial.com. This conversation with a pioneer in her sector will surely make you laugh, think, and possibly invest in her vision. This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt
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The arrival of Netflix’s Rhythm and Flow is sure to grab the attention of the culture. With hosts like T.I. , Cardi B, and Chance The Rapper, how could it not? But while every other podcasts will surely talk about the content of the show, we have a responsibility to examine the Black Equity. This episode is brought you by @sipandsharewines visit here to join the wine club - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt
Our network is always looking to connect with the latest in dope Black podcasts. We believe that My Last Dime Podcast will become a cornerstone within our culture. So we were honored that the host Tremaine Wills made time to pour her wisdom out onto the culture. Sit back and enjoy this epic conversation. Listen to My Last Dime Podcast here https://spoti.fi/2MmXu56 and Also visit mindovermoney.net to learn more about Tremaine’s company. This episode is brought to you by @Sipandsharewine to join the wine club click here - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt
Far too many of the people in the culture are either unbanked or not properly treated during the Banking process. Our guest today looks to solve both with what Yahoo Finance calls “the fastest growing Fintech in the African American community”. B.C. Silver is the CEO of Grind Banking and he stops by the show to give us gems on Banking, culture, and what it’s like being part of the Vector90 family. To learn more visit https://www.grindbanking.com/ and be part of the movement. This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewine Join the wine club here - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt
Who controls the narrative of Africa? Why are they telling us not visit Africa? Why are they telling us not to invest in Africa? There are so many questions we have had for years. We were able to sit down with Bayo of Innovate 4 Africa and we learned alot. We wanted to share part of our conversation for the world. Ready to learn more about the motherland? Tune into this episode and be sure to share this with your network and transform lives. To learn more attend "The Innovate For Africa Conference" the largest African focused conference in North America. For tickets, go to www.in4africa.com/tickets ( Use the code BLACKEQUITY25 for 25% off of tickets this amazing conference). This episode is brought to you by @Sipandsharewines A Black Owned Wine company dedicated to premium wine experience. Join the wine club and experience it for yourself here - https://sipandsharewines.com/pages/join-the-club
John Whatley of DreamHouse Co-Living returns to the show and we continue our conversation talking about how investing internationally differs from the United States, we touch on opportunity zones, and how our communities are impacted long term. visit https://bit.ly/2n7RtAO to learn more. This episode is brought to by @Sipandsharewines Wine Club - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt
How do you innovate the real estate market? Our guest today John Whatley of DreamHouse Co-Living is already doing it. Dive into this episode and the next to navigate through how he has successfully built a model along with strategic partnerships to change the way we develop real estate and invest in the properties. To learn more visit https://bit.ly/2n7RtAO . This episode is brought to you by @Sipandsharewines Wine Club - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt
Diversity & Inclusion have become buzz words within our society. Entrepreneur Tarzine Jackson returns to give us a deeper look into why these terms matter and how we could navigate moving forward as we build our own tables. This episode is brought to you by @sipandsharewines Wine Club. Join here - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt
Trailblazers typically don’t announce themselves as that but when you tune into this episode and the next I promise you you’ll find one. Tarzine Jackson, Entrepreneur and founder of Diversity Avatar Stickers is changing the culture one great idea after another. This episode is brought to you by Sip & Share Wines - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt
Most of the greatest moments in Black culture happen between Oct- December. Let’s look forward and let’s see potential areas where the culture will shift and prepare for the wisdom to come our way. This episode is sponsored by Sip & Share Wines. Join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt
Lately, I have been seeing many people saying that collaboration is greater than competition but Nick Cannon provides wisdom that may challenge that thinking. This episode is brought to you by Sip&ShareWines visit https://bit.ly/2lYGskt to join the exclusive Wine Club.
Some of the biggest brands in the culture that you think are Black Owned may not be. Take a journey with us as we explore some of the most popular brands in the culture that target Black consumers. Enjoy this episode by a true Black Owned Brand Sip & Share Wines. Click here to join the Club - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt
The good brother Michael Nightwing of Neter Gold, was gracious enough to stick around and continue talking about the culture and business. We discuss protecting your creative work, the rise of knockoffs, and our thoughts on how vital women are to our culture. To learn more about Neter Gold visit https://ntrgldshop.com . This episode is brought to you by Sip & Share Wines. To enjoy a glass of vegan wine join the wine club today - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt
As an investor in Black culture I dig up some very rare gems for the Listeners to be exposed to. This one wasn’t hidden at all. I believe this company to be a pillar in the culture. Neter Gold CEO Michael Nightwing, stops by Black Equity to talk business and culture in this two part series. Head over to https://ntrgldshop.com/ to experience this brand for yourself. This episode is brought to you by Sip & Share wines. Join the wine club today and order your vegan wine bottles here https://bit.ly/2lYGskt .
The latest movie starring Jennifer Lopez, Constance Wu, And Keke Palmer has grossed over $300 Million globally. Let’s examine why this movie has been a huge success and perhaps even pick up some wisdom along the way.
As the Third Quarter comes to a close let’s take time out to see how our investments are performing. Are you ready to invest in your future? Now is the time to collaborate for expansion. This episode is brought to you by SipNShare Wines. Visit https://bit.ly/2lYGskt to learn more.
In this moment in time the Black Athlete will have more pressure on them then maybe anytime in recent history. The rise of independence the Black Athlete has called for major members of Black media to begin a narrative calling for Black athletes to attend HBCU’s. But is this feasible? Is it realistic? Let’s explore. Join the exclusive Wine Club at Sipandsharewines - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt
What makes a King Rich? Is it his net-worth? Is it the car he drives? Could it be how much capital he has raised? What if I told you it was none of the above? Would you believe me? Tune in to this episode to learn the truth, picked up from studying one of the top musical producers of all time, Swizz Beatz. This episode is brought to you by SipandShareWines and their exclusive Wine Club. Click here to learn more https://bit.ly/2lYGskt
Have you been hearing the clip circulating around social media where Killer Mike says we should kill our masters? Do you know how we should do it? No? Let me offer you a few suggestions. This episode is brought to you by @sipnsharewines exclusive wine club visit https://bit.ly/2lYGskt to learn more.
Our community is being hijacked by a new hustle. One that is so covert that even the people who are hustling it don’t even realize what’s going on. To join the exclusive Wine club of SipNShare Wines click here - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt
We came across a story about Hall Of Fame Basketball player Spencer Haywood. A story that is a valuable lesson in this world of business. Enjoy this episode with a fresh glass of wine. Visit https://bit.ly/2lYGskt to join the exclusive wine club.
As Black Culture what’s up for another political season it appears the politicians and the media all have a stake in talking to Black America. We have Trump taking his shot today to let the whole world know.
Dave Anderson continues the conversation discussing business moves in Black culture, including his thoughts Jay Z, Ice Cube, & why he would stop everything right now to learn from Master P. To work with Dave Anderson visit is his website - https://www.thebusinessbully.com
The Business Bully, Dave Anderson, stops by Black Equity to remind us that we can’t settle for mediocre habits. If we want to elevate to another level sometimes it takes working with someone who has built the systems to do just that. Let’s listen in and hear how Dave consults with million dollar companies. To work with Dave Anderson visit his website here - https://www.thebusinessbully.com/
Friend to the show Nicole Kearney founder of SipNshare Wines returns to dive into the 1619 project, her writing, and he thoughts on some of the latest projects the culture has produced. Join the Wine Club and tune in to this conversation. Join now - https://bit.ly/2lYGskt
We sit down to talk with Nicole Kearney of @sipandsharewines . We discuss her journey as one of the select black owned wine companies in North America, her thoughts on what it takes to be a stand out brand, and we also get invited to experience her exclusive wine club. To learn more click here: https://bit.ly/2lYGskt
What was our final verdict on the Rapsody album? What are our top Mc’s of all time? And who makes the cut for best rap groups of all time. B Smiles returns to clear the air on all these topics and more. Visit https://theseshh.com/frequencies/ to listen to the latest from B Smiles and The Sheshh. To become a Black Equity Insider click here - bit.ly/2WZFSoh
Hip Hop music moves the culture so we sat down with one of the curators of the game B Smiles to discuss the current state of hip hop including a full breakdown of the new Rapsody album. Enjoy Part 1 of this 2 part series and visit https://theseshh.com/frequencies/ to hear the latest from B Smiles and The Seshh family. Also to become a Black Equity Insider click here - bit.ly/2WZFSoh
Our conversation with Randy Delphine the founder of Noir Bazaar allowed us to learn about her new line of products being released on September 1st, her background in education, and how being born in South Africa influences her Art. To learn more visit: http://noir-bazaar-la.theshoppad.com/#/home . To become a Black Equity Insider click here : bit.ly/2WZFSoh
I believe in order to sit at our table you have to be Savvy with the way you handle business. So what better way to learn how to do that then from The Savvy Accountant. Let’s dive in and learn what it takes. To become a Black Equity Insider click here - bit.ly/2WZFSoh
We continue our conversation with The Political Plug, where we dive into how politics and business relate, his take on The Squad, and how powerful is the Black Vote? To become a Black Equity Insider sign up today - bit.ly/2WZFSoh
I sat down with The Political Plug to get the scoop on all things politics. We explored the current climate in politics, his journey, and How thinking locally can make a big difference. Follow him on Ig @thepolticalplug . To become a Black Equity Insider cluck here - bit.ly/2WZFSoh
We continue our conversation w/ CEO of Purpose of Money, Acquania Escarne. We discussed the importance of All things money in black culture including Jay- Z, Free Meek documentary, and how money impacts the justice system. Tune in now and pick up these gems. Join Acquania over at https://thepurposeofmoney.com/ yo build your wealth now. Also Become a Black Equity Insider - bit.ly/2WZFSoh
We caught up with the CEO of Purpose of Money, Acquania Escarne. We discussed the importance of estate planning, having an emergency fund, and much much more in part 1 of a two part series on the fact that Money has a purpose. Become an Insider - bit.ly/2WZFSoh
We had the honor to sit down with Ona Oghogho of Blk Pod Collective to discuss the state of black culture, the role podcasting can play, and why now more than ever is the time to rise up and be heard. To become an insider click here - bit.ly/2WZFSoh
The culture was blared with a great conversation in the Breakfast featuring Tamika Mallory, Mysonne, and Rev Kirsten. Discussions around the recent political debates, issues at the border, and even a discussion on the system itself. Let’s explore the conversation and look at the Black Equity in all of it : Become an Insider - bit.ly/2WZFSoh
I’m starting to notice a trend. I’m starting to pay attention to the data. The data shows me that our culture may be missing out on the best show on TV. I have a feeling this is all by design. Become and insider bit.ly/2WZFSoh
Eddie Murphy is arguably the most successful comedian of all time and a pillar in black comedy. He sits down with Jerry Seinfeld to discuss his journey and we get to find the wisdom through some of the ups and downs he experienced. Be sure to become an insider as we discuss how to build your own legacy - bit.ly/2WZFSoh
April Jefferson is the creator of Black Space App, an app for black travelers curated to our experience. We discuss what inspired her to launch the app, her recent travels, and we even talk about the climate right now for Black travelers as well. Enjoy the show and be sure to download the app on Android and ITunes as you listen to the show.
We continue our conversation with founder of Nurturing Black Minds, Angelia Lomax. We dive deeper into her thoughts on imposter syndrome, our takes on the differences between Euphoria and When They See Us, and also how Black Women are depticted in the media. To learn more about Nurturing Black Minds visit their website here: https://www.nurturingblackminds.com
Okay let’s play a game. If you were the number one pick of the NBA draft which sneaker deal would you choose? Find out which one D.J. would choose on today’s episode. Become an insider - https://bit.ly/2XTOugA
The conversation continues in the second part of a two part series. We learn more about TicketDM, current technology shifts, and the rise of black entrepreneurship. You’ll need to download the app to fully experience this conversation.
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We had a chance to catch up one of he most exciting companies in the culture, Ticket DM. We sat down to discuss the company, the culture, and the rise of technology during this part 1 of 2 vital conversation. You’ll need to download the app to fully experience this conversation. Android: https://bit.ly/2YjDCb5 IPhone: https://apple.co/2SAkZuk . Also Sign Up to become a Black Equity Insider: https://bit.ly/2XTOugA
Today we examine our host DJM Wisdom as he reflects on the biggest stories covered by Black Equity and looks forward to the second half of the year with all the different people he looks forward to working with long term.
Today’s Examination brings us to a conversation on The Breakfast Club with Big KRIT and he discusses being off the plantation, building his own brand, and how he used a collective effort to do it all. Sign Up to become an insider.
Today’s examination focuses on Lashana Lynch the british actress who has been confirmed to be part of the next installment of the Bond franchise. With this announcement brings plenty of wisdom and reflection. Become an Insider:
Joy- Ann Reid from MSNBC makes an appearance on The breakfast Club and the conversation presented was nothing short of amazing.. that said I noticed something very peculiar while studying this topic. Let’s see if you catch it too. To become an insider click here: https://bit.ly/2WZFSoh
Kristin Davis sits down on Red Table Talks and explain to the world what it’s like to be a white patent to black children and I saw a lot of red flag. Become a Black Equity Insider - https://bit.ly/2WZFSoh
Coco Gauff is making her presence felt. It left me wondering, how can we all make history? Or better yet Her Story? Become A Black Equity Insider - https://bit.ly/2WZFSoh . Access Bitcoin & Black America - https://bitcoinandblackamerica.com
Halle Bailey makes her first appearance in Black Equity Podcast during the analysis of this Disney’s Little Mermaid conversation. We hand out wisdom. We hand out food for thought. And we celebrate the moment. Become A Black Equity Insider https://bit.ly/2WZFSoh
Dawn Myers, Black Equity Insider & CEO of The Most continues our extradinary conversation about the education system, girls in stem, and the full outlook of Black Culture. Love what you are hearing? Sign up to become a Black Equity Insider here: https://bit.ly/2WZFSoh . THE MOST's IG: @themostcurls
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Dawn Myers is officially a Black Equity Insider. That means she now has access to my thoughts on all things black culture. Find out what happens when we explore media and politics during Part 3 of this 4 part series. Grab Your Wine and enjoy the show. THE MOST's IG: @themostcurls
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Meet Dawn Myers, CEO of The Most. She has successfully broken into the $85 Billion Dollar Hair Care Industry and now she’s having a seat at The Black Equity Podcast Table. A Table that she is helping to build and strengthen. Want to join us? Click Play for part 2 of 4 of this incredible conversation. THE MOST's IG: @themostcurls
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On today’s episode we begin part 1 of a 4 part series as we sit down with Entrepreneur & Inventor Dawn Myers, CEO of The Most. We talk about her journey inside the $87.73 Billion Dollar global Hair Care market and we begin to build a foundation of what our table will look like. Grab your wine and take notes. THE MOST's IG: @themostcurls
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I found an article on black enterprise and I want to review it with the listening audience. But first be advised that this is in no way investment advice As all investments pose some financial risk, please consult with your accountant or financial planner before making any investments.
The Black Equity Insider is a premium service for those who want the inside scoop in various topics in the culture including the best companies to do business with, best movies, best hoax, and all things black culture. Enjoy this exclusive access.
Looking for a conversation on the current state of hip hop? You’re in the right place. We sat down with Hip Hop Artist, Entrepreneur, & Community Advocate Nique Love Rhodes and we discussed being an Independent artist, 360 deals, and we even talked about our favorite albums of all time. This episode is for the real hip hop heads.
Jason Mitchell, best known for his roles in Straight Outta Compton and Mudbound, has been dropped from the cast of The Chi and the upcoming Netflix film Desperados following allegations of misconduct. Here's the black equity we found in this story.
Our black women listeners called in to discuss the Alabama abortion ban. We are are joined by Entrepreneur - Chrissi Sanders, Property Construction Manager -Courtlyn Sholar , Digital Publisher - Jay Whiley, and Attorney and host of the Podcast Hella Smart Muvas- Nicole Delahoussaye. Be ready to listen to God! Enjoy!
Trying cases in the court of public opinion refers to using the news media to influence public support for one side or the other in a court case. Who is using the news media in the Robert Kelly situation?
Dr. Sebi is a pathologist, herbalist, biochemist, and naturalist. He has studied and personally observed herbs in North America, Central and South America, Africa, and the Caribbean, and has developed a unique approach and methodology to healing the human body with herbs that is firmly rooted in over 30 years of experience.
A situation beyond the ordinary which threatens the health or safety of citizens and which cannot be properly addressed by the use of other law. In the United States, powers were interpreted from constitutional documents to vest in the President to declare a national emergency.
A Detroit Free Press and Essence Magazine bestseller, Powernomics: The National Plan to Empower Black America analyzes the complex web of racial monopolies and Black America’s inappropriate behavior patterns that are driving it into a permanent underclass status. Dr. Anderson proposes new concepts that teach Blacks new ways to see, think, and behave in race matters. His new education, political and economic action steps are designed to make Black America self-sufficient and competitive.
The problem is that most of us are doing visualizations to create the life we don’t want; we are often using it to imagine the worst outcomes of things or worrying about the future. Let’s reset the game and start new.
One of the best rappers of this generation blessed the culture with his new song “Middle Child” and J. Cole fans are excited but why do we get the feeling that not everyone will gravitate to this message?
The number one and two trending topics today all relate to ending public relationships. From Ciara and Future to R kelly and Sony Music there is a lot to learn from both situations. Our Host D.J. Moultrie does his best to give the truth on very delicate issues facing our culture.
The release of the video for City Girls Twerk song featuring Cardi B was released this week. The reaction videos are flying in and everyone in the culture is excited for the video. Everyone except our host D.J. Moultrie. He is officially Cardi B's biggest hater but is it justified? Listen and judge for yourself!
Soulja boy dropped by The Breakfast club to explain why he feels he had the greatest come back of 2018 and it led to him saying he taught Drake everything he knows. D.J. Moultrie Examines this claim and is shocked at what he finds with just a little bit of digging. Sit back, listen, and Enjoy.
After months of The View calling for Activist Tamika Mallory to reject, denounce, and condemn Louis Farrakhan she showed up to defend her stance and was met with a face to face encounter with The View’s Meghan McCain. D.J. Moultrie analyzes the conversation by looking at the root of where the hostility stems from. This episode contains Adult Content.
With the increase of black movie announcements such as Eddie Murphy's Coming To America 2, Little starring Marsai Martin, Regina hall, and Issa Rae, and Normani on the cover of Billboard it's time we look at what it means to have equity in the deal.
Dame Dash sat down with Nick Cannon on his Youtube platform "Cannon's Class" and things got very interesting. Our host D.J. Moultrie decided it's time to challenge all Black Equity Iisteners to have a Boss Talk! ENJOY!
A joint investigation by the NFL and NFL Players Association determined there was no evidence that Carolina Panthers safety Eric Reid was targeted in the performance-enhancing drug testing program. D.J. Moultrie breaks down the truth in an epic episode you don’t want to miss!
In our latest episode, we find in our culture that Kevin Hart has sat down on The Ellen Show to speak with Ellen DeGeneres about why he chose to decline the Oscars invite. D.J. Moultrie finds himself torn between what Kevin Hart should do, but ultimately gives Kevin Hart his advice.
As the culture prepares for a 6 part documentary to air on lifetime this week centered around the accusers and potential victims of R. kelly, D.J. Moultrie breaks down the truth how how he sees it by starting from the beginning. Warning this episode contains content not suitable for children.
Our community of listeners is growing more and more each day. In this episode D.J. Moultrie reflects on our previous episode and realizes it’s time to empower the community. It’s time to teach them how to follow the money! Whether they like it or not!
When it comes to Black Equity the new year always brings a new perspective. Listen as D.J. Moultrie analyzes the rise of Tiffany Haddish and reacts to her being booed during her New Years performance. You might hear some familiar voices on this episode. Be ready for the truth.