You may know DJ EFN from the Drink Champs podcast with Nore, but to us in Miami, EFN is a pioneer. On the scene since the early 90's, EFN has been a staple in the hip hop culture creating content to rival many! From mixtapes, to creating a marketing and branding company, being the go to for record labels, to owning a retail store, EFN and the WhosCrazy brand has solidified their spot in hip hop. In this episode, EFN goes into detail the roots of the Miami scene back in the 90's, his business ventures, his current films he is putting out as well as the evolution to Drink Champs! This is a MUST LISTEN!!
The AntiSocialites sit down with Mussaddiq Muhammad A.K.A 'Shane' and discussed how he was able to grow from a street hustler into a successful entrepreneur. We also discussed how barber shop talk inspired the, Overtown Music and Arts Festival, as well as other ideas for The House of Wings and THE HEADLINER BRAND. Other topics included politics, investing in the community, social injustice in the black community, family, and his relationship with The Rev. Louis Farrakhan.
The AntiSocialites sit down and have an in depth conversation with WEDR's own Felisha Monet. Dubbed "The Voice of Miami", Felisha is an inspiration to many women currently in and aspiring to be in the radio/broadcast industry. Felisha opens up with candid talk about her beginnings, the structure of radio, her take on the local Miami music scene, and tips on getting into the business. A must listen!!
In this episode of The-AntiSocialites jxstFe and Vina9ine meet up with Conglomerate Music Groups artist J Doe. The ladies were excited to have their first west coast guest on the show. This episode was full of energy with the J Doe being the character he is. The topics included being in Miami and working his new record, being a full time father, working with Jamie Foxx and other well known celebs, grammy nominations, signing with Busta Rhymes, and being prepared for your opportunity . How could we forget his awesome relationship advice lol.... This was a fun interview and also very inspiring we hope you ENJOY THE JEWELS!!!!
In this episode of The-AntiSocialites jxstFE and Vina9ine bring it back to the 305 and catch up with Miami's own DJ Freestyle Steve. This interview was special not only because its the 10th episode for The-AntiSocialites but Freestyle Steve was able to give the ladies a quick history lesson of the Miami music scene. Topics range from Uncle Al's influence , friendship and mentorship, to the breaking of Rick Ross's 'Hustlin' record, to how one sacrifice led him to becoming Timberland's Tour DJ and later going on an international tour with Justin Timberlake. Also his relationship with Beyonce and Jay-Z, and even the issues of strip club DJ's and beach DJ's in Miami. This is episode is one for the books....plenty of JEWEL DROPPING AS USUAL!!!!
The AntiSocialites catch up with well known Philly representers Peedi Crakk and Oschino, former State Property rap group members. Topics range from Oschino's Hustlenomics, mentoring young boys on the corners, learning how to make the internet work in the streets. To Peedi learning how costly advance checks could be, the importance of family, and making the decison to split from State Property. We also speak on Beanie Sigels business ethics, Meek Mill, Damn Dash and even some Jay-Z moments and of course new music and whats next for this new duo!!!!
Philly's most outspoken OG joins the AntiSocialites in a discussion about how his videos on Instagram took off and the reason behind his message. Shabazz has an interesting career story and connections to hip hops most legendary rappers. Shabazz, jxstFE, and Vina get into topics about men and women, reality tv, Meek Mill, and more!
In this episode of The-AntiSocialites jxstFE and Vina9ine sit down with the Trinidadian/American Chef, House of Mac owner Chef Teach. Teach explains how he used his street hustle to maneuver in the music industry and now make a name for himself in the restaurant industry. He also talks working with some of the industry's finest Uncle Luke, Pitt Bull, Asap Rocky, running Polo Grounds, Conceptual Reality Media Company and launching his newest venture The World Famous House of Mac. This episode is about Grind,Hustle, and just doing what you have to do!!!!! I hope you learn and are inspired by this episode the AntiSocialites sure were!!!
Khary Pestaina, a writer, historian, and award winning educator based in South Florida, joins @jxstFE and @Vina9ine in episode 6. Topics covered include Black Lives Matter, Colin Kaepernick, Miami in the 90's, and the education system. Khary brings a lot of facts and research based knowledge in the history of African diasporic traditions as well as the Caribbean, Latin and North America. As a member of the Organization of American Historians, Khary encourages listeners to read and discover all that is a part of your culture!
The AntiSocialites's @jxstFE caught up with fellow storyteller of hip hop, former editor of The Source Magazine, Selwyn Seyfu Hinds while visiting his native country of Guyana. @Vina9ine phoned in from the states to be a part of the conversation about Selwyn's undeniable brilliant career in writing. Editing hip hop music in the 90's, Selwyn transistioned from giving out 5 mics, to having two books published, writing comics, and now working for Lionsgate Movies. You do not want to miss the stories Selwyn tells about being on the road with Rae and Ghost from Wu Tang Clan as well as having to decide which cover to run based on if Tupac lived. The history itself is a true gem to listen too.