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Counter Culture is more than a radio show. Counter Culture is a call to action and a challenge for us to unite and build strong communities that will cultivate leaders who value human lives. Counter Culture is an all inclusive platform for everyone to share their opinions and beliefs in a non-judgmental atmosphere facilitated by a group of young activists. There is a misconception that youth and young adults don’t care about social issues. Counter Culture is here to correct that myth. Join u ...
 
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Today we had the opportunity to interview Nate Thomas a motivational speaker who use sports and the arts to teach life lessons and share principles that can help people achieve much success in their life. In the second hour we were joined by Raro Lae, and Kierra Wagstaff the founders of The Blog Code. The Blog Code is a brunch series filled with ne…
 
Today we had the opportunity of interviewing Carnegie the founder of Carnegie Captures. Carnegie shares his vision for creating unique experiences and services as a photographer and the journey and obstacles that he's faced in that industry. Also, joining us is Yogi the founder of Respect the Shooter. Tune in as we talk about politics, business, cu…
 
Today we had the opportunity to interview Substantial who is an artist and an educator. Substantial shared his experience as a successful independent artist who has traveled the world and also gave us some insight on his life as a family man, educator, and art advocate. Tune into another great episode of Counter Culture radio.…
 
Today we had the opportunity of interviewing One Take Dave a very talented artist from Philly. One Take Dave shared his inspirations for music and what life is like as an artist from Philly. In our second our we featured 3Z Collective, an organization that curates music, fashion, and culture. The Founders of the 3Z Collectives shared the story of h…
 
Today we had the opportunity of interviewing RebVision a creative Image agency that specializes in photography, graphic design and taking business visions and turning them into reality. We talked about the inception of the company, their work ethic and system and their long term goals. In the second hour Klashaa was our Co-host and we were updated …
 
Today we got the opportunity to talk to Temi Marie who is a beauty specialist. Temi is the founder of HerDay an event series that was founded in Canada. Throughout our interview we talked about beauty and cosmetics, the art culture in Toronto and DC, women supporting each other, feminism and more. Tune into a great episode of Counter Culture Radio.…
 
Today we had to interview Brian James, an author and artist who uses his platform to motivate others to love again. Brian shared some of his life journey, his battle with depression and his passion for people dealing with mental illness. Tune into another great episode of Counter Culture Radio.Av Counter Culture
 
Today we had the opportunity to interview Reginald the founder of Safe Cyber. Reginald created Safe cyber after experiencing his 13 year old daughter interacting with strangers online. In our conversation we covered cyber security, cyber bullying and our cyber footprint. In our second hour we had a Counter Culture battle of the Playlist. Tune in to…
 
Today we had the opportunity to talk about Trump's campaign and presidency with Bearwitnez and also go into the production phase and process of making his new project Witnez Winter 16. In the second hour we were updated on some business moves that Klashaa and Twelve16 have been making and we discussed some social ills and solutions to help our comm…
 
Today we had the opportunity to interview Big Reek who is an artist, model and actor. Big Reek is promoting his new single "Bout it". Big Reek also shared with us his inspirations for doing music and his desire to impact young men 17-25. In the second hur we interviewed Peppers the founder of "Fine Print", a clothing line catered to muslims and peo…
 
Today we had an opportunity to interview Charlie Too Much anf Sleezy Bundles, two artists from Bumi Cult who consider themselves to be the hip hop version of Keenan and Kel. They shared their story on how they came together and their vision for the brand and we premiered their single County Music. In the second hour we had the opportunity to speak …
 
Today we had the pleasure of interviewing Reek, a very influential leader and tastemaker. Reek has worked with talent such as Wale, Osinachi, Stalley, Fat Trel and many more. During our interview we had the opportunity to learn how Reek got into the industry and hear his thoughts on what it takes for an artist to reach the next level, the importanc…
 
Today we had the opportunity to interview the host of the Hope and Wellness show. we discussed healthy eating habits, working out, how food is marketed and more. In the second hour we interviewed Verrett Taylor who is a celebrity photographer and a videographer. Verrett has a passion for youth and a desire to keep the arts alive. Tune in to another…
 
Today we had the opportunity to discuss whether we expect too much from celebrities, mental health and the importance of community with Dr. Charles Thomas from Divergent Thought. In our second hour we talked to WellConnectedCav about the Stand For Peace movement. Tune into another great episode of Counter Culture radio!…
 
Today we had the opportunity to interview and up and coming artist and entrepreneur from Silver Spring named Stunna Lorenza. Stunna shares his experience as an independent Latin artist, the uniqueness of his brand and his vision for the future. In the second hour KingPen Slim returned to the show to talk about his new project "Life After Doubt". Li…
 
Today we had the opportunity to interview Steven X. We discussed the state of music, the history of hip hop and why consumers gravitate to certain artists. In our second hour we introduced a new segment called Keep it in the Kloset spearheaded by Klashaa and our featured guest was Twelve 16. We discussed what makes Twelve 16 unique, the definition …
 
Today we had the opportunity to continue the conversation surrounding Domestic Violence with Natasha Brown the founder of 10 Blessings. We touched on prevention, awareness, resources that are available and creating a community effort to eradicate domestic violence. For more information on 10 Blessings visit www.10blessings.org. In our second hour w…
 
Today we had the opportunity to interview the Thrillseekers a very creative and energetic musical team. The Thrillseekers shared a little of their history, their vision and what makes them different as a unit. In the second hour the Counter Culture team had a discussion about reparations. Will black people ever get reparations? Would receiving repa…
 
Today we had the opportunity to interview the founders of UxU, a team of very creative young individuals. UxU has created a movement that inspires people to be themselves. Check out UxUDMV.com. In our second hour our co-host was Klashaa and we had a discussion about the impact that the African American Museum will have on America and how people vie…
 
Today we had the opportunity to interview Brain Rapp and Nature Boi. They shared the vision of Dope Music Village, their backgrpund and passion for music and how business is quickly progressing because of the Village they have created. You can support Brain Rapp and Nature Boi and find out more information about Dope Music Village at www.DopeMusicV…
 
Today we had the opportunity of interviewing Taquan Pugh a film director from New York. Taquan shared gave us some insight on his background and what inspired him to become a film director as well as shed some light on the film industry and the creatives that paved the way for him. In our second hour we interviewed a young and talented artist by th…
 
Today we interviewed Yogi a photographer and videographer. Yogi is passionate about telling stories through his art and raising awareness of social ills. We discussed topics concerning poverty, social media, the art of photography and more. In our second hour our Co-host was Klashaa the founder of Klashaa's Seacret and Klashaa's Closet. We discusse…
 
Today we had the opportunity to chop it up with Dominique Graham, the founder of Champtime Fitness. Dominique shared his vision for opening up the first sports enhancement facility in D.C and promoted his movie "The Come Up" which shares the story of his troubled past and how he became a successful entrepreneur. In the second hour the Counter Cultu…
 
Today we had the pleasure of interviewing Head Roc the "Mayor of DC Hip Hop". Head Roc gave us some background on his experience and accomplishments, his direction as an independent artist and promoted his new album. In the second hour our Co-host was Brittany the founder ofBeeknotty. Brittany designs closed by crocheting and has a vision to use cr…
 
Today we had the opportunity to interview Tobari Fingal, and Navada Taylor the founders of the 2 bros show, a show for creatives by creatives. The 2 bros show is a podcast that touches on topics like the music business, running a professional home studio, and more. Our second guest was the founders of the Black Alumni Networking Expo and they got t…
 
Today we had the pleasure of interviewing Ron Moten who is an author, activist and community organizer. Ron spoke on the importance of making an impact on your community, getting involved in the political process, and making healing a priority in urban America. In the second hour the Counter Culture team discussed the WNBA players being fined and o…
 
Today we had the pleasure of interviewing D. Watkins who is a best selling author and college professor. D. Watkins shared his thoughts on education, urban culture, hip hop, the importance of reading and a lot more. In the second hour our co host was Warchild the Nobody and he led us in a discussion about escaping your own hell. Make sure you tune …
 
Today we had the pleasure of interviewing Ricky Parker the founder of Dream For Purpose. Ricky shared his thoughts on the current state of America, encouraged creatives to use their gifts to make a difference and stated that love and empathy is the solution to the race issues in America. In the second hour Nerfertiitii was our co-host and we talked…
 
Today we had the pleasure of interviewing Walt Dominicano a talented producer with a passion for creating his own sound and producing music with a message. In the second hour Diamond B. Frazier was our guest host and we talked about why being a side chick or a side dude is so common in this era. Make sure to tune in to another great episode of Coun…
 
Today we had the pleasure of interviewing Project P.A.T.T. an organization established by an amazing group of young women who work together to give back to the community. In the second hour our Co-host was Jolie the Model. Jolie is entering a new chapter in her life. In 30 days she will be leaving her hometown to pursue a career in the Airforce. We…
 
Today we had the pleasure of having a great discussion about business, pleasure and time management with Queen Li and Bigg King. Queen Li is a host on the Mixx up Show on blis.fm and an entrepreneur. Bigg Kingg formally known as Cover up King Art is a tattoo artist, musical artist and entrepreneur. Tune in to another great episode of Counter Cultur…
 
Today we had a very deep discussion on the black man's role in the American economy. We touched on education, the structure of the black family, passing down wealth and the principles that are needed to make a community thrive. Joining us today is Luminarty, a talented artists and deep thinker. Tune in to another great episode of Counter Culture ra…
 
Today we had the opportunity to interview Mr.Brooks a serial entrepreneur, consultant and family man. We discussed what it takes to be an entrepreneur, the importance of family and education. In the second hour our guest Co-host was Shavanna, an actor, model, and single mother. We talked about balancing your responsibilities in life, purpose, and k…
 
Today we had the opportunity to interview 20 Bello, one of the pioneers of hip hop in the DMV area. We talked about incarceration, gentrification, generational poverty and hip hop culture. In the second hour Raro Lae was our guest Co- host and we had a discussion about destiny. Make sure to tune into another great episode of Counter Culture radio.…
 
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