Based on the original New Yorker article, "Donald Glover Can't Save You, Bashtin Nistha has a theory that Black Television shows aren't heavily supported by Network Executives as the white counterparts. In this episode, we take a look back at some of Black TV's current and past shows. We review things such as marketing for the show, white executive influence, and more! Enjoy!
Link to the article: https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2018/03/05/donald-glover-cant-save-you
In this episode of Intellectual Ignorance, Intern Mike joins Psyche to discuss the 2018 Academy Awards. As film majors, it's a yearly tradition to watch and bash this award ceremony. Did the do so in this episode? Also, the discussion comes up of who is the New King of New York? Is there really a New King? What qualifies an artist to claim King of NY? We'll find out and more!
In this packed show of Black Seinfeld, we are joined by BAM Records Recording artist J4y Kingg, and E Bandz. Both sit down with the guys to chop it up about their recently released albums. J4y Kingg released Sativa Season, while E Bandz released 1718. Hopefully this episode helps you learn about these two artists including, their influences, method to making music, and more! Enjoy!
The duo discuss' 45's State of the Union 2018. How do they feel about the changes coming to America? Is Slavery coming back? Are we all going in the sunken place? Also, Psyche and Nithsa have a review of the Grammys. The Performances , Winners, and Controversies. Last but not least Psych and Intern Mike nerd out over WWE Royal Rumble 2018! Enjoy!
History Making Episode for us here at Black Seinfeld. Our very first ever guest HQ brings his artist Chris Wattz. The two chop it up with Psyche, and Bashtin about the industry, music, fitness, gentrification much more! Conversing with these two will make you check out for them.
In this episode Bashtin and Psyche introduce their newest intern to listeners. The trio give their POV on the latest Dave Chappelle comedy specials on Netflix. In addition, the center of discussion derives from the question: Are Americans becoming too sensitive or less tolerant? Enjoy!