Feb 10, 2018

S1Ep48 (The Whole City Petty)

 

January 27, 2018 (The Whole City Petty)

 

Hosts: DC PauL, Martin "Bats" Bradford, Malik Bartholomew, & J. Steel

Engineer: DJ Mastermind

Producer: Brian Egland

Guests: CASME' & Chef Byron Bradley

 

 

Topics: Everybody in New Orleans has different experiences. DC PauL and TheMisBelief CoHosts' New Orleans experience bring them into contact with people from so many different walks of life doing so many different things. For example a Facebook post of fried catfish stuffed with Jambalaya led DC, Malik, and DJ Mastermind to Pretty B's Home Cooking to buy a plate. Looking as good as it looked in the post they couldn't wait to drive back to eat it, and luckily they were with Malik, knower of all things New Orleans, who suggested they stop by the Community Commitment Education Center that was nearby. Once inside the three of them had an experience they were not expecting, being greeted with food that were original recipes, previewing a huge art collection, touring the facility that had impressively intriguing features, and meeting a man so interesting he is one of this episode's guest. TheMisBelief RadioShow is about exposing someone else to our experiences, so tune in and experience it for yourself.

Musical artist and community leader CASME' joins the CoHosts and discusses her musical journey that moved her to Nashville and Atlanta singing background and writing for big musical names of varying genres which has now influenced her “gumbo” sound in her own original music. She also talks about her current projects which include community outreach for the unfortunate and often forgotten with her own CASME' Cares organization, competing on the television program Sing Like A Star, and inking a deal with the Congo Network to star in a Trap Musical.

 

We are then joined by Chef Byron Bradley Jr. who teaches a cooking class at the Community Commitment Education Center and was able to offer DC, Malik, and DJ Mastermind his original created Breakfast Pear upon their impromptu visit. Chef Byron is also the John Besh 2015 Chef's Move! scholarship recipient which lead to him being introduced to Leah Chase, working in her kitchen, and being a leader in the team that is going to revamp the Dooky Chase's Restaurant. In addition to cooking Chef Byron is starting his own Mardi Gras Krewe, the Krewe of Cats, which will be a full social and pleasure club.

 

 

We run it about what's going on with the "Forever Lee Circle" beads, Quess Moore's resolution to it all, what has to happen to make Mister Bats swiggle, is he joining the Marvel universe, DC feeling like the Mardi Gras grinch, J. Steel's dad being the plug for the Dong Phuong king cakes, the $50,000 unclaimed Power Ball ticket in Slidell, and a whole lot more of wuts going on #outchea, a sankofa session in honor of Alice Ruth Moore Dunbar Nelson, and #thatactorguy Mister Bats is slapping Mobile, Alabama with the Dat Neck this week for being petty and incorrect.

Songs:

Phat Word - Where Y'at

Allay – Orange Juice

Lolly – Lah Potnah

Casme – Black

Ambre Perkins – Cinderella

Jr. 504 – Watchin Her

Yaszmine – Sucre Sucre (Feat. Samwyse)

Chase N. Cashe – All I Wanna Do

 

TheMisbelief RadioShow plays ONLY local New Orleans recording artists.  If you would like your radio friendly music played, contact TheMisbelief@gmail.com

 

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Feb 2, 2018

S1Ep47 (Are We Gonna Talk About Monique?)

 

January 27, 2018 (Are We Gonna Talk About Monique?)

Hosts: DC PauL,Oshun, Martin "Bats" Bradford, Malik Bartholomew, & J. Steel

Engineer: Josef "Alpha Joe" Pons

Producer: Brian Egland

Guests: Ryan "Shaggadelic" Batiste & Courtney Celestine

Topics: DC PauL is back from hosting the NOLA Gospel awards this week, and I'm sure all that couldn't attend are curious to know how it went.  Did a "N" word slip out?  Did a "F" bomb drop?  Did DC accidentally tell someone with an oily t zone his vagina wipe story?  Tune in and let #TheMillennialArsenio tell ya himself.  Also back is that boy Alpha Joe for his golden birthday and he let us know all of the radio friendly things he did for his birthday.  In more great news, TheMisBelief RadioShow has officially been renewed for season 2, so you know what that means....TheMisBelief Season 2 photo session. Tune in and let DC and TheMisbelief crew tell ya all about it from our photographer, Joey Hardin of Kapture NOLA, to our Misbelief Teedy coming through and directing the photoshoot, and who exactly was trying to make love to the camera.

We are first joined by musical artist and the 2 Chains of New Orleans, Ryan "Shaggadelic" Batiste. Shaggadelic let's us know all about his new project, which he deems the feel good music of the millennium, titled The Only Love I See. Shagg also talks his long family lineage of music in New Orleans so successful it led to 14 kids from his father and a 1st cousin who is the musical director for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

Then Courtney Celestine, the founder of Rockin Lemonade, tells us her incredible story of how someone who loss their job, had no knowledge of owning and operating a business, and absolutely no special recipe or prior connection to Lemonade, winds up with a Lemonade business that within its first year is sold in stores and being requested at many more.

We run it about all the former guest of TheMisbelief RadioShow performing at Jazz Fest this year, Tales From The Hood 2 filming in New Orleans and who on the team hasn't seen Tales From The Hood 1, suggestions for alternative king cakes, Dong Phong being done with the demand, Slidell's candlelight vigil for the closing Target store, 93,000 pounds of Mardi Gras beads found in the catch basin, and a whole lot more of wuts going on out chere, this week's Oshun's crazy Nola find is Cuban dance practice, a sankofa session in honor of Edwin Hampton founding director of the St. Aug marching 100 band, and even though she loves us for real #thatactorguy Mister Bats is slapping Professor Oglevee's Bae with the Dat Neck this week.

Songs:

Phat Word - Where Y'at

Xeno Moonflower – Helluva Woman

Trey Parker – Turn The Page

Shaggadelic – Outerspace

Shaggadelic – No Lies

CoolNasty – Eye See You

Quinton Hakeem – Welcome To The City

Jae Harmonee – Trippy

Kathryn Rose Wood – Free

 

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Jan 27, 2018

S1Ep46 (You Cool, But You Ain’t Fam)

January 20, 2018 (You Cool, But You Ain't Fam)

 

Hosts: DC PauLOshun, Martin "Bats" Bradford, Malik Bartholomew, & J. Steel

Engineer: DJ Mastermind

Producer: Brian Egland

Guests: Dana Boisseau & Caren Green

 

Topics:  Was your vacation paid? Did your pipes freeze? Did you berl your water? Martin Luther King Day turned into a whole week off as freezing temperatures shut the city of New Orleans zown. Tune in to see how TheMisBelief CoHosts handled the cold; you can probably relate. Not due to freezing temperatures, someone allowed DC PauL to host The NOLA Gospel Awards. The CoHosts run DC's best jokes and say a prayer for him because he can't use none of them. Are you #TeamSexBot or nah? This topic is sparking interesting conversations all over, but is NOLA is really that freaky? Don't we see freaky things all the time?

 

Hollywood South MUA, Academy Award nominee and TheMisbelief RadioShow Teedy, Dana Boisseau blesses us with a visit as she discusses her journey in the film industry, stories and experiences she went through in the Hollywood South as a black female department head, how she never gets star struck, but gets amped for local celebrities, and opening up her own school, TFH Academy.

 

www.queenhollywoodsouth.com/

 

Musical Artist Caren Green drops by and delivers jewels of wisdom through her words as she describes the journey in which has cultivated her sound, her perspective, her lyrics, and has left her always wanting “to bring the whole of herself to every space.”


We run it about an elderly man freezing to death during the freezing temperatures, and how Oshun came at his granddaughters neck, people sending the police bags of poop, Oshun starts the #StyleAUnicornChallenege looking for someone to dress her for The Black Panther premiere sponsored by Juan LaFonta, the art gallery opened at Xavier University curated by actress CCH Pounder, Bourbon St. bars losing their liquor licenses, and a whole lot more of wuts going on out chere, this week's Oshun's crazy Nola find this week is Mardi Gras mask making, and it was actually found by J. Steel, a sankofa session in honor of Nola Funeral Home Director, Gertrude Geddes Willis, and #thatactorguy Mister Bats is slapping the master of none himself with Dat Neck this week.

 

Songs:

Phat Word - Where Y'at

Landon Oubre - Infinity

Mz. Rell - My Dawlin'

Jondi Dyer - Journey

Da Mizfitz – Risk It All (Feat. S8ighty)

Caren Green – Be The Light

Mighty Brother – Shake The Night

T-Ray The Violinist – Return of the Mack

 

TheMisbelief RadioShow plays ONLY local New Orleans recording artists.  If you would like your radio friendly music played, contact TheMisbelief@gmail.com

 

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Jan 20, 2018

S1Ep45 (Ain’t Nothing Basic About It)

January 13, 2018 (Ain't Nothing Basic About It)

 

Hosts: DC PauLOshun, Martin "Bats" Bradford, Malik Bartholomew, & J. Steel

Engineer: DJ Mastermind

Producer: Brian Egland

Guests: Jaron Nicholas, Ron Davalos, and Allay Harris & Erika Flowers

 

Topics:  Two important events for black millennial New Orleanians are among us.  Mardi Gras and the Black Panther movie premiere.  With that being said where's da best King Cake in da city?  DC PauL has his pick, DJ Mastermind threw us a curveball where he bought one that he liked, and the CoHosts discuss the alternative options from the Chocolate King Cake to the Sushi King Cake.  Also tune into this episode to find out where and how you can view the Black Panther movie for FREE courtesy of Juan LaFonta or catch another special screening of it with the community.  The special screenings are encouraging African attire, all black clothing, or cosplay.  What are you gonna wear cause DC got three outfits ready to go.

 

Jaron Nicholas, Ron Davalos, and Allay Harris of the Vaku clothing line join the conversation and will leave you proud and inspired about how a group of African American youth aged 21-22 turned a high school idea into a business, with VP's and CFO's, that's celebrating its 5th year anniversary not only in business, lifestyle, and art, but philanthropic efforts.

www.vakuland.com

 

Musical artist Erika Flowers drops in with the CoHosts and discusses how her music and sound are evolving as her life does, makes an official announcement about a big performance, and brings us her new single, Magical. 

 

www.ErikaFlowers.com

 

We run in about Spike Lee being the grand marshal for Zulu this year, adopting old people, the very nice thing Oshun did for DC, the other very nice thing musical artist Caren Green did for DC, the 3 year sentence given to the man who plowed into crowd at a Mardi Gras parade last year, and a whole lot more of wuts going on out chere, this week's Oshun's crazy Nola find is an Umbrella making workshop, a sankofa session in honor of Educator Mack Justin Spears, and #thatactorguy Mister Bats is slapping teams with Dat Neck this week for messing up.

 

Songs:

Phat Word - Where Y'at

Hii.Def - Soil

Joshua Kagler - Crusin

Allay - Blue Collar

Mz. Rell - My Dawlin'

Reggie Smith - Under The Stars

Yahjah - Sunrise

 

TheMisbelief RadioShow plays ONLY local New Orleans recording artists.  If you would like your radio friendly music played, contact TheMisbelief@gmail.com

 

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Jan 13, 2018

S1Ep44 (Leah Circle)

January 6, 2018 (Leah Circle)

 

Hosts: DC PauLOshun, Martin "Bats" Bradford, & J. Steel

Engineer: DJ Mastermind

Producer: Brian Egland

Guests: Mark Caesar

 

Topics:  It's really a new year and DC PauL is trying to turn a over new leaf with the help of DJ Mastermind, a Friday tradition, a trip to the Westbank, and a menu that included parmesan and spinach mac & cheese with fried catfish slathered in seafood etoufee, served with Hawaiian glazed bread pudding and Crown Royal Apple caramel sauce drizzled on top for $12.  Have you ever had a meal change your life?  Would you risk your life taking a trip to the Westbank for this plate?  Can DC maintain the change?  Tune in, TheMisBelief CoHosts have plenty of opinions.

 

Local comdey star Mark Caesar drops by the studio and discusses it all from the comedians that inspired him, to the comedian that shaded him, how his "Now or Never" brand came to be, what he would change about the New Orleans comedy scene, and his upcoming show at the Saenger Theatre that features big names like Rickey Smiley and DC Young Fly.

 

We run in about whether DC PauL or TheMisbelief CoHosts would get married at first sight, Anita Baker bringing her farwell tour to Jazz Fest, the 1.3 million dollars Lousiana paid in sexual harrasment claims over the past 10 years, one of our loyal listeners being nominated for an Academy Award, Esscence magazine now being black owned, Tank and Bangas booking coachella, and a whole lot more of wuts going on out chere, a sankova session in honor of Thomy Lafon, and #thatactorguy Mister Bats is slapping a whole group of people with Dat Neck this week for not getting it.

 

Songs:

Phat Word - Where Y'at

Andre Brown - Experience

Xeno Moonflower - Through These Eyes

Da Mizfitz - Risk It All

Landon Oubre - Infinity

Reggie Smith - The Great Saxsation

Haze B - Used To

 

TheMisbelief RadioShow plays ONLY local New Orleans recording artists.  If you would like your radio friendly music played, contact TheMisbelief@gmail.com

 

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Jan 4, 2018

S1Ep43 (Setting the Scene for 2018)

December 30, 2017 (Setting the Scene for 2018)

 

Hosts: DC PauLOshun, Martin "Bats" Bradford, J. Steel, & Malik Bartholomew

Engineer: DJ Mastermind

Producer: Brian Egland

Guests: Brandan "Bmike" Odums

 

Topics:  When you take a look back at your life, do you swallow your accomplishments and put more energy into the negative than the positive?  Well it's the last show of 2017 and DC PauL and TheMisbelief CoHosts are taking a lookback at our 2017 accomplishments.  Tune into this episode and hear them talk about it all from DC starting the show in February and realizing he wants to pursue a career in radio, to the successful film projects Mister Bats, DJ Mastermind, J. Steel and DC have been a part of with Gumbo Monster and independently, Malik's success with Know Nola Tours and Phrozen Photography, J, Steel taking her passion for food and branding it into Phat Girl Nola, and Oshuns work promotion while trying to save NOLA one home at a time. 

 

With it being the last show of 2017 we could not have had a better guest than Brandan "Bmike" Odums whose name is synonymous with New Orleans Millienial Black Art in lieu of the success, influence, and exposure of 2-Cent, Project BE, Exhibit BE, and Studio BE. Bmike joins DC and the cohosts and discusses it all from his begining as a visual arts student at NOCCA, to going to film school and becoming a successful videographer, his work connecting a community of artists, and how the art all started, all while dropping jewels of thought, defending The Westbank, and spilling tea about calls from Dave Chappelle and Oprah.  

 

We wrap up our last show of the year with a fun game we call "Who Said Dat Deh?!" to see if the cohost can remember what they said in 2017, who was everyone's favorite interview guest this year, how many F bombs were dropped, for the first time on air DC discusses the Vitamin Q incident that occured on social media, a Sankofa session highlighting the favorites of the year, and #thatactorguy Mister Bats is making a gumbo pot of neckary and dropping a whole bunch of people in it for the Dat Neck this week.  Happy New Year!!!

 

Songs:

Phat Word - Where Y'at

Tank and the Bangas - Quick

CoolNasty - Eye See You

Janai McGee - Desire (Feat. Pharaoh)

Phat Word - Juggernaut

PJ Morton - Claustrophobic

 

TheMisbelief RadioShow plays ONLY local New Orleans recording artists.  If you would like your radio friendly music played, contact TheMisbelief@gmail.com

 

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Dec 30, 2017

S1Ep42 (How You Feel About Wayne?)

December 23, 2017 (How You Feel Bout Wayne?) 

Hosts: DC PauLOshun, Martin "Bats" Bradford, J. Steel, & Malik Bartholomew

Engineer: DJ Mastermind

Producer: Brian Egland

Guests: DJ Chinua, Gyspy & Brandon Tarell, Lew Lewis

 

Topics:  Are DC PauL and TheMisbelief CoHosts ready for Christmas?  J. Steel just started christmas shopping, Oshun went shopping at the Target on the Westbank, all DC has is two arms for anyone needing a hug, but Mister Bats' entire perspective on Christmas changed after walking through the Lakeside Mall wearing a Santa suit for a film, and seeing the reactions of the children who saw him. Tune into this episode and as an early or late Christmas gift DC will let you in on two things he respects about the westbank. 

 

DC'S 1.5 favorite DJ in the city, DJ Chinua, stops by with his parthner Gypsy to discuss their extremely successful event Ascendance, in which all aspects including the music, the scents, the plants, and flowers are curated to zodiac signs.  DJ Chinua also gives us a lil #blackboyjoy as he tells us about his time as a medal winning figure skater skating to Stevie Wonder, with an afro, wearing a dashiki. 

 

R&B singer Brandon Tarell stops by to discuss his upcoming project Late Night, Early Mornings and give the exclusive premiere of his song Life, while his manager, Lew Lewis gets into a heated debate with Mister Bats over his #LewPinion about Lil Wayne being "just another rapper." 

 

We run it about the Christmas Shopping nightmare at Lakeside Mall, where a 61 year old woman was hit and left in serious condition in the parking lot, if Mayor to be LaToya Cantrell is building her Ocean's 11 team, New Orleans getting it's 1st Psychic Fair, the NOPD and ambulance services not functioning correctly in the city, favorite 90's female groups, the beautiful thing that Beautiful Brian did that made DC feel special, a whole lot more of wut's going on outchea, a Sankofa session in honor of two New Orleans holiday traditions, and #thatactorguy Mister Bats is slapping two nobodies of the black community with the Dat Neck this week, but in an inspirational way.  Happy Holidays!!!

 

Songs:

Phat Word - Where Y'at

Mykia Jovan - Feast On The Flowers

Irma Thomas - May EvryDay Be Christmas

Nadiyah Skyy Feat. Dappa - Santa Baby

Brandon Tarell - Life

Brandon Tarell - Dedication (It's Yours)

Irma Thomas - Christmas Without The Creole

Kris Baptiste Feat. Kourtney Heart - Shake That Jingle Bell

Scales P. - Silent Night

Caren Green - Be The Light

 

 

TheMisbelief RadioShow plays ONLY local New Orleans recording artists.  If you would like your radio friendly music played, contact TheMisbelief@gmail.com

 

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Dec 30, 2017

S1Ep41 (Estrogenated)

December 16, 2017 (Estrogenated)

 

Hosts: DC PauL, Martin "Bats" Bradford, J. Steel, & Malik Bartholomew

Engineer: Brian Egland

Producer: Brian Egland

Guests: Aria Monet & Rob Kazi

 

Topics:  Where would we be without a black woman?  Tune into this episode to find out.  With TheMisbelief Misses away, there's four black men in the studio liable to say and talk about anything.  Twerk contest for big and small booties...check.  Harriet Tubman being a pimp/stud....check.  How fixing a toilet will make you feel like fathering a child....check.  Get a rare glimpse of DC PauL and TheMisbelief Misters and a humorous look into how guys' minds work. 

Poet Aria Monet stops by and brings a little female energy to the studio as she discusses her start with Christian Poetry in the church, her most recent perfromance at the sexual artistic variety show, Sex Live, stage poetry vs page poetry, and competing for a spot in Team Sno 2018.

 

Social Media Comedy sensation, Rob Kazi, joins DC and TheMisbelief Misters as he discusses the transitions of his career begining as a musical artist looking to promote his music using funny videos, to jumping his following from 14 hundred to 79.4 thousand, and now taking the comedy that he does in online videos and turning it into a standup comedy set. 

 

We run it about Irvin Mayfield and the 19 counts of indictment he's facing, Hollywood South being overbooked in 2018, Reggie Bush wanting to come back to The Saints, the food truck park opening in Nola, the Victoria Secret panty robbery that involved stunt guns and mace, how DC is speaking it into existencethat he will host the NYE show featuring Tank and the Bangaz, a whole lot more of wut's going on outchea, a Sankofa session in honor the sit-ins at McCroys, and #thatactorguy Mister Bats is slapping the FCC with the Dat Neck this week. 

 

Songs:

Phat Word - Where Y'at

Elliot Luv - Run and Hide

Kevin Stylez - Without You

Landon Oubre - Infinity

Ricky Rome - Still

Ra Yoseph - You A Queen

Ray Wimley - Rise, Grind, and Shine

Jae Harmonee - Already Know

Caren Green - Be The Light

Tank and the Bangas - Quick

Janai McGee - Desire (Feat. Pharaoh)

Ayotemi - Supaman

 

TheMisbelief RadioShow plays ONLY local New Orleans recording artists.  If you would like your radio friendly music played, contact TheMisbelief@gmail.com

 

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Dec 14, 2017

S1Ep40 (Yum Yuckers Outchea)

December 9, 2017 (Yum Yuckers Outchea)

 

Hosts: DC PauLOshun, Martin "Bats" Bradford, J. Steel, & Malik Bartholomew

Engineer: DJ Mastermind

Producer: Brian Egland

Guests: Camille Roane & Ashleigh Branch; Phat Word

 

Topics:  It snowed!  Or did it?  Some people think New Orleans got the first glimpse of its caucasian Christmas, but watever happened it brought about a whole bunch of questions.  Could New Orleans handle snow?  Even better could the pumps handle the snow?  And where exactly did all this snow come from in all these viral videos?  DC Paul and TheMisbelief CoHosts have plently of opinions you might find very funny!

DC is the #1 fan of Nola comedy group Black Girl Giggles, so he was in for a treat when two of it's members Camille Roane and Ashleigh Branch stopped by bringing the laughs, but also bringing us the info about Women Helping Women, a comedy show featuring a slew of New Orleans female comedians in benefit of the New Orleans Women Shelter.  Be sure to follow Black Girl Giggles to know about all of their events.

 

We were in for 2nd piece of greatness this episode when the artist responsible for TheMisbelief RadioShow opening song, Phat Word, joined the conversation letting us know about his new EP The Prensentation which will led into the full album The PowerPoint, the first time him and DC met in a recrding studio...in a FEMA trailer, and Phat Word's brother being DC's 2nd favorite comedian in da city.

 

We run it about if Gumbo is being disrespected in these streets, why New Orleans is hosting bee keeping classes and if Oshun is planning to go, if dating somone with potential is a good or bad thing at a certain age, if Louisiana felons on probabtion or parole should be allowed to vote, the westbank minister being charged with 16 counts of bank fraud racking it up at the Apple Store, Victoria's Secret, and Cox Cable, additional street cameras being added in New Orleans especially around places of recent unsuspected violence, and the curious case of who stole DC's praline, a whole lot more of wut's going on outchea, a Sankofa session in honor of St. Augustine Catholic Church, and #thatactorguy Mister Bats is slapping a Fox News Analyst with the Dat Neck this week. 

 

Songs:

Phat Word - Where Y'at

PJ Morton - Claustrophobic

Vigoruz - We Ain't Going Home

Quinton Hakeem - ReCess (Feat. Meko Singleton)

Janai McGee - Desire (Feat. Pharaoh)

Ricky Rome - Still

Kevin Stylez - Without You

Tank and the Bangas - Eggs Over Easy

The Hittaz - Affirmation

Mykia Jovan - Feast On The Flowers

 

TheMisbelief RadioShow plays ONLY local New Orleans recording artists.  If you would like your radio friendly music played, contact TheMisbelief@gmail.com

 

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Dec 6, 2017

S1Ep39 (It’s Going Zown At Backatown)

December 2, 2017 (It's Going Zown At Backatown)

 

Hosts: DC PauL, J. Steel, Malik Bartholomew & Kamari Stevens

Engineer: DJ Mastermind

Producer: Brian Egland

Guests: Lamont Simmons & Gian Smith

 

Topics:  DC and TheMisbelief RadioShow return this week looking a little different.  #thatactorguy Mister Bats and Oshun were fired by the East Beast himself and in their place is guest CoHost Kamari Stevens of the New Orleans comedy group Young Funny.  Can our guest CoHost find humor in any situation? Find out what he said when he saw his house burnning down on 4-20 and you be da judge.  You can also find out by catching him in his very own one man show, The College Dropout Too: What Rap Taught Me which he describes as a Ted Talk that meets House Party and is his artistic expression pushing the realm of what a comedy set can be.  Hit the link for all the details.

 

Activist, Lamont Simmons joins the discussion to let us all know about Power Circle 2017 observing National Human Rights Day on Dec. 10th, but hosting a weekend full of activities ranging from chess games to ancestory rituals, self defense classes to secondlines and much more.  Hit the link for all the details.

 

Film Maker, Gian Smith also sits in with the CoHosts to discuss The Adulterer his short film that has had a successful film festival run and how he he is now creating a webseries based off of the characters from the short film.  Gian is hosting a 30 day Seed & Spark fundraising campaign for the project that you can contribute to, and receive great perks for doing so.  Hit the link for all the details. 

 

We run it about how DC is feeling about his upcoming birthday, Cardi B coming back to NOLA, TheMisbelief's GoFundMe to buy The Historic Carver Theater going from an on air joke to having an actual investor, what DC PauL is doing with Tiffany Haddish's phone number, does she even answers his calls, and a whole lot more of wut's going on outchea; J. Steel Keeps It REEL about Spike Lee's She's Gotta Have It on Netflix; a Sankofa session in honor of congo square dancer Brass Coupe;  and oh no baby we not live but #thatactorguy Mister Bats is slapping a social media star with some pre-recorded Dat Neck this week. 

 

Songs:

Phat Word - Where Y'at

Mykia Jovan - 16 Shots

Kevin Stylez - Trippin

LLOVEE The Artist - Muses

PJ Morton - Claustrophobic

Codac - N.O. Chick

Tank and the Bangas - Eggs Over Easy

Raw Rev - Drinks On Me

PJ Morton - New Orleans Girl

 

TheMisbelief RadioShow plays ONLY local New Orleans recording artists.  If you would like your radio friendly music played, contact TheMisbelief@gmail.com

 

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