Keepin My Brother Ft. Juice

March 18, 2019

This week I have a listener turned guest, Lawrence “Juice” Pierce . A Delaware native, dancer, aspiring actor, upcoming content collaborator/creator, and of course a CAU alum. We had the necessary controversial conversation about Black men and obvious divide between Black men who are gay and straight. We speak on the gap of understanding on both ends of the spectrum, unpacking the hate and ignorance, and most importantly discussing solutions on how we can better keep our brothers, all of our brothers 

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Teachers See Color ft. Nate Smyth

March 11, 2019

This week I sat with a new acquaintance by the name of Nate Smyth. Nate is a teacher in the inner city of Chicago where he usually teaches science to children that look unlike himself. We spoke about his passion for teaching, and how he felt called to teach. The issues with today's education system and certainly had to speak on his methods of being conscientious of his ethnicity but also of the ethnic groups his students belong to. I really enjoyed this one I hope you do too... Share, Subscribe, And Review 

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When I Get Right ft. Vei

March 4, 2019

This week I featured a favorite of Simply King, the poetess Vei. We unpacked another worthy topic of recognizing your potential, challenging your beliefs to reach your new levels of self-mastery and understanding that your destiny is in your control. We also had to speak on sonic masterpiece that is "When I Get Home" by Solange which served as the theme for this episode. The takeaway is that we are all gifted and special but we must see that we are our biggest barrier to growth...

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What’s Reality ??

February 18, 2019

This week I ask a simple question, How does media distort reality ? Our news comes with more than just facts. With the emergence of phrases like fake news, alternative facts, political correctness, etc. it makes it so hard to consume the facts on current events. The cloudiness of news and other forms of media has the nation divided by platforms. Let me know who you trust for information now, see links mentioned below.

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My Anxiety has a 1st Name…

February 11, 2019

This week on Simply King, It is a self help episode speaking towards anxiety. I speak about how I became aware of where the root of my anxiety comes from and I express how I'm not the only one afflicted. I also give a Simple Action for this week for you to name your anxiety as well...

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Black Love:1890 to Now

February 4, 2019

Episode 101 back off of hiatus. It is the first full week of Black History Month and I wanted to honor those that have paved the way on taking you all on a journey with one of my favorite subjects Black Love. I speak on how love and relationships amongst the black community has changed from post slavery til present day. I mentioned several reference that you can see below as well as links to further read for yourself . 

Black Love is not a Fairytale:

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January 15, 2019

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One And Only King ft. Will Banks

December 31, 2018

Episode 100!!, I was fortunate to have a great conversation with super Creative Will Banks. A proud Memphis native with so many slashes he could be a one man artistic agency. Banks and i spoke about his effortless individualism, and how that has translated into his work, staying true in moments where doubt succumbs and Will gives his classically trained opinion of the self proclaimed King of R&B... Follow Will @iamwillbanks on Twitter and IG . I do not own music used in recording

FresHim Up: The Initiative for better Grooming

December 18, 2018

This week is a special episode, its the end of the year and its time to pickup better habits, specifically men's grooming habits. Many men are leaning into better hygiene habits with the beard craze and the proclamation of "Exfoliating and Drinking Water". I say we must lean in to it and upgrade our overall routine and heath regimen... Listen and Enjoy Links mentioned in episode (I do not own music used in this production)

Underground Culture: The Reunion

December 13, 2018

This week i collaborated with my good friend Jacob Sandoval and B-boy Omar of the Underground Culture Podcast. We reunited to talk about Grammy Nominations, Cardi B's rise, & spoke about hip hop recognizing sub genres. Listen, Share, & Review. follow Jacob & Omar on IG : @jacmajor_ & @omarmzk