Episodes

July 12, 2021

U.S. Rate Increases and Summer plans

Sound Mood: Wilshire Tyler, The Creator Economics is one of those conversations that a lot of us didn't have growing up. Supply and demand, rate hikes, inflation all part of the economic vocabulary. In this episode, I dive into the United States rate hike and what they mean for consumers and summer plans for Subject Thread Podcast and more! Stream new episodes weekly on iHeartRadio, Spotify, Deezer, Audible, Amazon, Google Podcast, Podchaser, TuneIn, Player FM, Listen Notes, and www.subjectthre…

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June 17, 2021

Good Vibes & Roller Skates With SYD B S 2 EP 34

Sound Mood: Flashing Lights Kanye West The culture of roller skating popularity can be seen since the 1960s it was common to see someone rocking an Afro, cool threads, and a swagger style before swag was a normal vocabulary word. Skating dates and transcends through time, culture, and music with its attachment on all three from the rinks of Atlanta, to Chicago you can find a new era of skaters who have managed to utilize this Tik Tok era to its advantage and Syd B a native of Chicago has done j…

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May 27, 2021

Music and Sunflowers with Ash León S 2 EP 33

Music & Sunflowers Sound Mood: • for The Yellow House , Pt. 1 [Explicit] by Ash León & Spekulate the Philosopher B. B. King, Issac Hayes, and Stax Records have an origin in common for the music lovers who embrace historical data and facts to back it that origin is a city tucked on the Mississippi River which flows music, rich culture and an undoubtedly history the place I'm speaking of is Memphis Tennessee. History like the iconic Beale Street that the late great James Baldwin was speaking abou…

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May 22, 2021

Unconditional significance of community, culture, and cannabis with Chaney Turner S 2 EP 32

Cannabis and Conversations Sound Mood: Doowutchyalike Digital Underground Second time back in Oakland, California, and this time we had the pleasure of speaking with Chaney Turner, who is someone that represents what it means to unconditionally love everyone that is black. Chaney Turner is an entrepreneur, activist, community builder, and a Oakland Cannabis Regulatory Commissioner with her experience in the community expanding decades. During our exclusive, we were educated to learn about the r…

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May 17, 2021

Love Series 2.0 The Questions Answered * Bonus Episode *

Love Series Part Two Sound mood: Syd - Getting Late (From "Queen & Slim: The Soundtrack Love Series 2.0 brought clarity and realism to the topic of connections through the lens of our guests discussing it all. There are no topics that are off-limits. In this bonus episode listeners write in questions and panelists answer them, no question is off-limits we talk about singlehood, cheating, marriage, all forms of relational baggage, and more! Panelists: Sharla R. Kornegay is an author, relations…

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May 12, 2021

Allowance, Budgets, and Children *Bonus Episode*

Financial Literacy Children Sound mood: Everybody Loves The Sunshine Roy Ayers Financial literacy is fairly imperative nowadays the one stream income road map seems obsolete. Many black households weren’t taught the importance of money, budgeting, allowance, and investing. We can blame it on systematic racism, redlining, and the wealth gap from generations prior. In this bonus episode, I drop easy gems into getting into the conversation of teaching children how to budget, allowances, shared c…

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April 26, 2021

The Love Conversations Love Series Part 1 *Bonus*

Sound mood: Adore - Prince It is said that Prince completed the song Adore in 1986 without the initial trumpets, he felt like it was a great song but knew it needed to be complete and that's the way we can establish love we can believe something is good and then sit back and reflect and make something better. Love is complicated or are we more complex or bringing more complex issues to a simple concept in the 21st Century? Messages we get from social media, online dating, stories we hear from…

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April 22, 2021

Illustrating The Black Experience With Davian Chester S 2 E 31

Illustrating The Black Experience sound mood: Young , Gifted and Black - Aretha Franklin In the current high tide of life, it's hard to remain calm in the current climate of black lives meaning so little in the United States another hashtag coupled with the loss of a son, a daughter, a father, a mother, and a child of the universe. Davian Chester Columbus, GA illustrates the best and beauty within black culture and thought-provoking ideas through elements of art and real-life topics, Davian doe…

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April 15, 2021

Cannabis & CBD For Health & Wellness With Dr. June Chin S 2 EP 30

Cannabis & CBD sound mood: Sussudio Phil Collins In the era of wellness and health in the form of yoga, meditation, nutrition, and exercise an element of health is often overlooked because up until the last few years the Cannabis conversation has been extremely biased. CBD & Cannabis a dynamic duo and evidence-based to help in pain management with those suffering from autoimmune, cancer, epilepsy, autism, and diabetics. Dr. June Chin, an integrative cannabinoid medicine physician has been an ad…

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April 9, 2021

The Funnel Doctor With Ryan McCrary S 2 EP 29 in Philadelphia, PA

The Funnel Doctor sound mood: Sometimes DMX The idea of a funnel is to show a message to a broad array of potential customers and networking opportunities. It opens doors to potential conversations that normally would have taken double the time to generate. Ryan McCrary is known as “The Funnel Doctor” is a former licensed investment professional turned digital marketer guru, who knows all about the funnel system from years of experience and current client projects. During our conversation with …

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April 2, 2021

The Understanding Of Singer & Song Writer Devin Tracy S 2 EP 28

The Understanding sound mood: Through The Fire Chaka Khan Authentic Talent and creativity are sometimes hard to find throughout this digital world we all have come to love and that’s the concept in which you will hear when you listen to Devin Tracy singer and creative. Devins range of vocal ability and songwriting is immense within his arrangements he can place the listeners inside of a track without them being present and that’s a skill set that most don’t have. During our exclusive with Devin…

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April 1, 2021

Creative Expression Of Art With Lyne Lucien S 2 E 27

Creative Expression Of Art sound mood: Killing Me Softly The Fugees What started out as a thought-provoking art piece "Trump World" opened the door to a much-needed conversation for artist Lyne Lucien a native of Hatti and her art reflects that throughout her pieces. Not only are they an expression of black culture in its beauty and well-needed form, but they are also so needed in the art culture. Lyne has the ability to diversify her art she leaves no one behind in her vision. Lyne Lucien is a…

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March 30, 2021

Interior Design With Andre Jordan of Jordan Hilton Interiors S 2 EP 26

Jordan Hilton Interiors sound mood: Dreamlover Mariah Carey Fashion exudes in spaces of interior design and that’s something Andre Jordan Hilton founder of Jordan Hilton Interiors points out through his eyes for fashion and architecture background it is no wonder he has been able to successfully combine the two elements into interior design. Hilton’s resume span throughout Atlanta is impressive and he has been awarded as one of the top 20 African American Interior Designers in the country. Duri…

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March 29, 2021

The Remix To Life With Lisa Cunningham in Atlanta, GA S 2 E 25

The Remix To Life sound mood: Xscape - Just Kickin' It Labor Day weekend 2010 Atlanta is live as it always is No Hands by Roscoe Dash, Wale and Waka Flocka Flame has hit the radio and the video is literally a movie thanks to then-Director Lisa Cunningham who has worked on some of the best videos in the music scene from Missy Elliot, Waka Flocka, TLC and so many more. Lisa embodies a time period that has helped structure Atlanta in terms of music, and social equality and has put the word remix i…

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March 24, 2021

Hella Coastal With Mario Benjamin In Oakland S 2 EP 24

Hella Coastal In Oakland, CA sound mood: Oaklandish Too $hort, Guapdad 4000 & Rayven The culture of arts is still riding the music wave of the Too Short and E-40’s Verzuz which gave an individual who wasn’t familiar with Oakland a small but necessary glimpse of a city that has birthed the Black Panther Party and has influenced the art, music, and culture world in so many ways and for that, we thank you Oakland, but let’s just not stop at art let’s expand and bring beer beverages to the forefron…

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March 22, 2021

Cyber Security With Tazin Khan Norelius Of Cyber Collective S 2 EP 23

Cyber Security and Data Privacy Advocacy sound mood: Check The Rhime A Tribe Called Quest Cyber Security, Internet protection can sound confusing to many, most people don’t change their passwords yearly and most people use their birthdays in the form of a password that statistically has been deemed unsafe. Cybersecurity is serious and not often talked about in spaces in which people of color are found. Security issues can appear in emails, phishing attacks, security breaches, and more, and that…

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March 17, 2021

Education. Social Activism. Equality with Mark Yabut, M.A., M.S.Ed. S 2 EP 22

Education. Social Activism. Equality sound mood: Beyonce - 7/11 (Danger Ultra Jersey Club Remix) Education and social activism in ways go hand and hand. For one, the one who is always seeming to educate a lot of times from a social activism standard, and in the case of Mark Yabut founder of Free Malaya it is no different. Mark’s story is a compelling one, a story of immigration, a story of education, and a story of LGBTQ rights. During our conversation, Mark spoke about his struggles, immigrati…

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March 15, 2021

Push Tattoos with Oba Jackson in Wilmington, Delaware S 2 EP 21

Push Tattoos 8 W 3rd St, Wilmington, DE sound mood: Super Rich Kids Frank Ocean F, Earl Sweatshirt Fashion, art, and tattoos sound like an r&b group that always tends to go together and in this case, that statement would be deemed true. When we think Delaware we think Joe Biden or if you are a business owner you think tax-friendly state. You wouldn’t think an African American successful tattoo shop owner, and that’s where Mr. Oba Jackson changed that narrative with Push Tattoo Wilmington, DE. …

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