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The Connected Experience Podcast -The 313 Hot Boyz Episode

   

The Connected Experience Podcast -The 313 Hot Boyz Episode

https://soundcloud.com/tcepodcast/the-connected-experience-the-313-hot-boyz-episode 
WE ON FIREJoin host AJ & SJ of The Connected Experience (@tcepod) as we sit and speak with Oak Park High School football coach, Coach Foard (@soseriousp89) and Coach Weaver(@313_life_corp) Of the 6th graded AAU Team The @313hotboyz. Topics range from, entering the league fresh out of High School as well as the effects of high school sports on kids. We are also joined by players from @313hotboyz, these young men had a very insightful look on grades, going pro, and who would take the last shot with the game on the line. Check out what @bigplayjcj2024 @dmillz001 @devwhitejr507 @se3_gets_buckets2025 have to say

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The Connected Experience Podcast -The Big Greg Episode

   

The Connected Experience Podcast -The Big Greg Episode

https://soundcloud.com/tcepodcast/the-connected-experience-the-big-greg-episode Join The Connected Experience podcast (@tcepod) as host AJ & SJ gives you an exclusive conversation with @hiphopdetroit Morning Heat host Big Greg (@buckienaked) on celebrating 20 years in radio, growing up in the South Bronx, sneaking into the Source Awards, as well as his love for sneakers. Greg even shares funny radio stories.Follow Us on IG and Twitter @TCEpod@buckienakedRATE, REVIEW, and SHARE this episode and future episodes of The Connected Experience. If interested in being on The Connected Experience or looking to advertise contact us at pr@tcohh.org


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the Connected Experience Podcast -Underground Hip Hop Awards 2018

https://soundcloud.com/tcepodcast/the-connected-experience-undergroundhiphopawards-episode On this episode of The Connected Experience (@tcepod) we sit down and discuss the process of the ballots with B. Scrab (@grindlife313) the co-founder of The Underground Hip Hop Awards which take place on 1-7-18 at St Andrews Hall. Every year The Underground Hip Hop Awards honor those artist and companies gaining leeway in the Detroit and metro Detroit areas. Also discussed are some iconic award show moments that changed the culture with in the urban music experience.RATE, REVIEW, and SHARE this episode and future episodes of The Connected Experience. If interested in being on The Connected Experience or looking to advertise contact us at pr@tcohh.org 


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The Connected Experience Podcast -Hand 2 Hand f/ Freeway Rick Ross

https://m.soundcloud.com/tcepodcast/the-connected-experience-hand-2-hand-sales-wrick-rossNew episode alert ????HAND TO HAND SALES WITH FREEWAY RICKY ROSS ???? #linkinbio of (@tcepod)On this episode of The Connected Experience join host AJ & SJ as they have an in depth conversation with street legend Freeway Ricky Ross (@freewayricky) on his quest to sell 100,000 copies of his new book "Freeway Rick Ross: The untold autobiography" hand to hand, also discussing 10 principals that appear in the book, and how to implement them in your life. We also introduce our listeners to Haze (@hazeytaughtme) & Ecko (@ecko717) some of Freeway Ricks most trusted confidants. Sit back and get some major gems from one of the streets most loved hustlers of all time. RATE, REVIEW, and SAHRE this episode and future episodes of The Connected Experience.If interested in being a guest on The Connected Experience or looking to advertise contact us at pr@tcohh.org


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The Connected Experience Podcast -Let Em Know F/ Pay Cash

   

The Connected Experience Podcast -Let Em Know F/ Pay Cash

https://soundcloud.com/tcepodcast/the-connected-experience-let-em-know-pay-cash-episode On this episode of The Connected Experience host AJ & SJ sits with gold and platinum producer Pay Cash (@paycash). In this exclusive interview Pay Cash breaks down his history as a producer, being in a production crew as well as talks about artist he's worked with over his 17 year career. Host AJ & SJ also speaks about what it was like seeing the young producer come up from rapping to actually obtaining plaques for his production. 
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TCOHH x Miss Lissa Knows

   

TCOHH x Miss Lissa Knows

TCOHH: Could you introduce your self to The College Of Hip Hop's audience. ML: "Miss Lissa is a media maven on the rise".Through relentless persistence, great energy and a strong knowledge of self, the universe has positioned me to come in contact with great people. I've been featured by VIBE Magazine, AllHipHop.com, TMZ Live, the Wendy Show, GlobalGrind.com, Bossip, VladTV and the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon... To name a few.  I'm a native "kNew Yorker", raised in Hell's Kitchen, but my parents are from Harlem. Growing up in this melting pot made me develop an evergreen personality that transcends to people of different walks of life. Even as a child people would tell my parents, "she belongs on TV".   This is something I've always wanted to do and now I'm doing it. TCOHH:What initially attracted you to the entertainment industry?ML: I was never attracted to the industry, and I kind of shy away from it now that I actually understand how things work. Growing up, I gravitated to the idea of being a talkshow host, on the radio or a comedian.  There were no TV ratings when I was a kid, so I was watching things I had no business watching! Talk shows, soap operas, and shows like "Martin" helped me to hone in on my love for entertainment early on. I can vividly remember being around five years old and telling my mother how my talk show would be formatted. TCOHH: What are your views on the current state of the entertainment industry?ML: It's nice to finally be getting more variety in the entertainment industry, by any means. Its always felt like if you didn't fit this cookie cutter image of what's deemed acceptable by society, you have to work triple as hard to get in the doors. Thanks to things like social media, people can create their own platforms and force their way in the system, by building a presence that can't be ignored. Of course politics (or poli'tricks as like like to call them) play a role but you can still make a lot happen on your own, nowadays. TCOHH: What is your ideal of success and why?ML:"Success" for me is being able to comfortably take care of my family off anyof the talents I was given. The focus is to provide an amazing life for my daughteror die trying. Of course the end goal at this point is for me is to have a talk show, but I started behind the scenes. Never was I chasing superstardom as "success", butthere was a point where my spirit wasn't thriving because I wasn't wholeheartedly doing what God put me on earth to do so I shifted gears. I can'treally put in a box what success is because God keeps opening so many differentdoors but as long as my family is good, I'm successful. TCOHH: What advice would you give a young executive looking to enter into the entertainment industry?ML: Learn about the importance of contractual agreements, take risks and protect your reputation at all cost.TCOHH: How do you feel under education or miss education has hurt artist with in urban entertainment?ML: Ignorance kills careers. When you don't know certain things people can take 


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The Connected Experience Podcast -Change Clothes Episode f/ Ty Mopkins, Get Crispy Cam & C.R.U.M

https://soundcloud.com/tcepodcast/the-connected-experience-change-clothes-episode 

On this episode of The Connected Experience(@tcepod) host AJ & SJ connects fashion icon and taste maker Ty Mopkins (@team_mopkins) and up and coming fashion lines "God Bless The Ghetto Kids" owned and operated by Cam (@getcrispycam) as well as C.R.U.M. Clothing (@c.r.u.mclothing) ran by Shelton Matthews. Some topics that are discussed include; the impact of mom and pop retail stores, on line stores vs brick and mortar stores and what urban clothing lines had the greatest impact on the culture past and present.
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TCOHH x BetterThanBibby

   

TCOHH x BetterThanBibby

TCOHH:Tell us about who you are and some of the hats you wear?
BB: Yes, I do business as Jowan D. McKoy, and my artistry name is BetterThanBibby. I currently where multiple hats in two opposing companies which are Strictly Stacking Records, LLC & Books of Color, LLC. I create music, but am also a partner of the Label. Books of Color, LLC, on the other hand, is a children's book company I founded & have full ownership of. Our mission is building core values in urban youth by combining life lessons & bright pictures with community workshops.

TCOHH: How did you get your start writing?
BB: When I look back, I can truly remember my first time writing because it was my first time expressing how I feel, or felt at the time. In 2007, I called to ask my mother to stop at the store & grab me a book to write in. She came home with a pink book that definitely wasn't my color of choice, it must've been the cheapest book on the shelf, but I took it. I took that book & started expressing myself. I eventually grabbed a book that wasn't pink & started writing in the new book, but I keep my first book around still till this day. 

TCOHH: Elaborate on why you left the Art Institute of LA?
BB: Despite what any of us choose to believe, everything happens for a reason. My reason for going out to LA for college was to experience life & see what luck I may have had.  While out LA I did exactly that! I saw things I would never see in Baltimore, I felt energy I'll always be reminded of, but it was meant for me to come back home & build a strong foundation. I am happy with my decision because I avoided negative energy & save a life in the process.

TCOHH: Where did you get the concept for Books of Color?BB: Well, one day I was sitting and looking into my mind asking "How can I make money off of my ability to write, but give back at the same time?" My next thought was "Children's Books!"So I started researching & learning about the process, 2 years later, I have a profitable business I can hand over to my unborn child. Beside the financial freedom, I want kids to read more meaningful books that can teach them life lessons. We teach them life lessons in our books & one day we will be on T.V as well as every apple device in the world doing exactly what we do.TCOHH: Which do you enjoy more, music or books? Why?BB: Ok, so this is a trick question! I feel like I need the balance of both to make my life complete at this space and time. Music is the key to my spirit, in which creative energy flows, but I also believe the youth are literally the future of our country. They mean a lot  to me so I'm sure you can see why I wouldn't say I enjoy one more than the other.

TCOHH: Who are some of your musical inspirations?
BB: Im most inspired by an era of music more than specific people in it. Like, hands down, 90's New York is in my DNA, but Im young enough to witness the "1017 Bricksquad Gucci Mane" era, or even right before that, the Dipset, Lil Wayne era was crazy! All of these are resources for pockets of thoughts I conduct differently depending on what the beat asks me to write. Also I gotta mention the ROC Dynasty whenever I salute anything Hip Hop related, by the way.
TCOHH: What are some of your long-term goals?BB: Now if I told you that, I'd have to marry you or kill you ahaha! All jokes aside, my goals are simply focused on becoming 1% better each day, so by this day next year, i'm 360% better than last year. I know i forgot 5 days, but I just be chillin' on holidays, its about 5 of them!
TCOHH: What has been your greatest accomplishment thus far?BB: My greatest accomplishments are kinda selfish. My greatest accomplishments are being the uncle I never had to my nephew & the man my mom hasn't had to my woman. The reason is because I can see the benefits of being a good person & how strong my influence truly can be.
TCOHH: What up-and-coming projects, musically or otherwise, are you working on?


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The Connected Experience Podcast New Episode f/ K.I.D.D. & K-Deezy

https://soundcloud.com/tcepodcast/the-connected-experience-still-stuck-in-our-ways-f-kidd-k-deezy 

STILL STUCK IN OUR WAYS On this episode of The Connected Experience(@tcepod) host AJ & SJ sit down and have an exclusive conversation with Detroit super producer K.I.D.D. along with Detroit rap legend K Deezy as they both share never before heard stories of  former Cash Money Millionaire BG, Soulja Slim, Blade Icewood and Street Lord Juan. As  well as what it's been like working with each other. Sit back and enjoy this exclusive...RATE, REVIEW, and SHARE this episode and future episodes of The Connected Experience. If interested in being on The Connected Experience or looking to advertise contact us at pr@tcohh.org 


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Mr Serv-on X The College of Hip Hop

   

Mr Serv-on X The College of Hip Hop

Head over to the seminar section and check out the audio interview with Mr Serv-on formerly of No Limit Records takes the time out to offer his insight on the music business and also discusses his current plans .


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