Danny Adams is a writer for Lyrical Lemonade and one of the hosts of The Broadcast from the Burbs podcast, both of which focus on hip hop culture and conversation. Adams recalls his motivation for pursuing both endeavors, sharing his passion for Chicago's hip hop scene, and his ambitions for his podcast.
On his debut interview on Dynasty Podcasts, emerging designer Ron Louis recalls his origins in fashion, and how switching into a clothing construction class in high school changed his life. Louis also shares details on his forthcoming PHERA fashion line, see to launch fall 2016.
Longtime friend of the podcast Saint Millie makes his return to Dynasty Podcasts, in support of his new Adderall release. The artist discusses pursuing a more melodic and energetic sound on the new record, reflects on working with Chicago talent like Mano and Mikey Rocks, and discusses the three forthcoming videos in the works in support of Adderall.
Multitalented creative Sean Ck makes his Dynasty Podcasts debut, speaking about his wide range of creative ventures, from producing events at the Chicago Apple Stores, to his work with local merch company Haight Brand. Ck also shares his insight on e-commerce, cryptocurrency, and why it's so essential to always remain forward thinking.
Rising Chicago creative Jameel Bridgewater, aka Bridges, details his expansive array of creative ventures in the Chicago music scene, including photography, design, video, and more. Bridgewater recalls his stint touring with SZA, reflects on his journey at Columbia College Chicago, and discusses his growing role with noted Chicago hip hop label Closed Sessions.
Longtime friend of the podcast and creative around town Asha Mosley makes her on-mic debut on Dynasty Podcasts. Mosley details her work in various music industry capacities, including Universal Music Group and The FADER. Mosley also looks ahead towards the next creative challenges and pursuits in her already ambitious career.
Social media strategist Miranda Gardley joins Jaime Black for an interview about her work on platforms like Instagram and YouTube. Gardley shares insight into her social media strategies, reflects on what she learned in her time at Columbia College Chicago, and speaks on the origins and ambitions of her social media consulting business.