Sincere Luv Da God, a highly accomplished and multi-talented artist, is set to make his much-anticipated debut appearance on the esteemed Necessary Blackness Podcast. During this insightful discussion, Sincere will delve into the intricacies of his latest album, the “Master Table”, and the release of his riveting new children’s book entitled “Seven The Heru”. As an accomplished rapper, author, and podcaster, Sincere is a force to be reckoned with in the entertainment industry. His popular podcast, “Sincere Luv The God“, has garnered a loyal following, cementing his status as a respected figure in the world of podcasting. Join us as we delve deeper into the creative process of this prolific artist, and gain unique insights into his personal and professional journey. With his unmatched talent and creative prowess, Sincere Luv Da God is a name that is sure to remain at the forefront of the entertainment industry for years to come.
Dec 31 2020
2020 will be remembered for the worst pandemic in history, economic crisis, and massive protest. Rahiem Shabazz and Marci Li are here to talk about the good, the bad, and the ugly. In the 2nd part of the broadcast, Born King Allah talks Dr. Khalid Muhammad, being a young freedom fighter, and how he would walk the streets of Harlem with Dr. Khalid Muhammad and defend him during his appearance on the Phil Donahue Show.
Full Interview on Youtube: https://youtu.be/v99U3JheNRM
Nov 21 2020
Necessary Blackness Ep: 123 – RED PILL Speaks Black Society, Spiritual Growth, Hip-Hop & Healthy Living
Necessary Blackness Podcast got a chance to go live with Red Pill on Youtube and Facebook. We talked about the state of Black Society, Spiritual Growth, Hip-Hop & Healthy Living.
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Feb 07 2020
Necessary Blackness Ep-100 – Minister Server: Hip-Hop Beyond Entertainment & Kalonji Changa Speaks on Gayle King & Jay-Z ‘Superbowl Sit In’
To Celebrate our 100th episode we brought together Minister Server to talk about ‘Hip-Hop Beyond Entertainment’ and how it has the potential to change the political landscape. Also, joining us in the studio, Kalonji Changa gives his opinion on the infamous Gayle King interview with WNBA legend Lisa Leslie and why her line of questions was problematic and absurd.