Nikkiesha interviews the rapper Billy Dean Thomas, born in Harlem, but now living in Boston. We also hear a few tracks off their new EP, ‘For Better or Worse,’ which is available on all platforms. This podcast is produced by Stereoactive Media.
This week I bring you WheelUP—a broken beat musician from West London with a new EP.
Nikkiesha interviews The Black Creatures, a multi-genre duo from Kansas City, Missouri. We also hear a couple of tracks off their album, ‘Wild Echoes,’ which is available from Center Cut Records This podcast is produced by Stereoactive Media.
This week, we feature more music by Blxck Cxsper, as a follow-up to the interview in the last episode. Also, we hear new music by Anjimile and preview music by The Black Creatures, ahead of their interview in our next episode! This podcast is produced by Stereoactive Media.
This week we get experimental, environmental, & fall in love with the vocals of Denitia—plus, we chat & spin some of her tracks.
Her sound combines urban areas with the vast outdoors to create music that’s boundless in genre.
Nikkiesha revisits the artists interviewed on the podcast so far, playing more music by Anjimile, NYALLAH, and Witch Prophet. Also, music by Jay Americana, Silver Spring, Shelz, and Bethany Thomas. This podcast is produced by Stereoactive Media.
NYALLAH makes our knees weak this week—see who else made the list!
It would’ve been one of the group’s original members’ birthday today and we want to celebrate.
This week, Nikkie interviews NYALLAH about their debut EP, ‘Reflections,’ as well as their experience in the music industry as a Black queer/GNC femme.
The artist’s thoughts & perceptions are evolving to be more abstract and she loves it.
This week I chat with Amsterdam-based artist Nana Adjoa—she’s half Dutch, half Ghanian, & all angelic vocals.
This week, Nikkie interviews the Black Trans artist Anjimile, whose album, ‘Giver Taker,’ will be released on September 18th by Father/Daughter Records. There’s also music by TruVonne and Shannon Sea. This podcast is produced by Stereoactive Media.