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Eric Andre is an amazing absurdist comedian who’s got a crazy new prank flick on Netflix called Bad Trip and a bananas show on Adult Swim called the Eric Andre Show. In this throwback from 2020 we talk about his show and his insane Netflix standup special Legalize Everything.Patreon.com/toureshowInstagram: @toureshowTwitter: @toure  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Kym Whitley is hysterical. Every time I see her I just want to smile. She’s been on a million shows throughout her career. How has she kept it going and kept people laughing and what is Kymism??? She’s so much fun to talk to.To hear this awesome conversation go to http://patreon.com/toureshow and subscribe. For just $5 a month you get 4 Friday Patreon exclusives and the full version of our Wednesday shows and you get to help us keep making this show!Patreon.com/toureshowInstagram: @toureshowTwitter: @toure  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Charles Blow has a very interesting idea: Black Americans should move to the South to create political power. If half of the Black people who live outside the south were to move Blacks would become the dominant force in 8 or 9 Southern states with the ability to choose Senators, Governors, Mayors, and reshape our political future. He breaks this down in his new book the Devil You Know and in our conversation about his idea and his entire media mission.Patreon.com/toureshowInstagram: @toureshowTwitter: @toureToure Show Episode 229Host & Writer: TouréSenior Producer: Jackie GarofanoAssistant Producer: Adell ColemanEditor: Ryan WoodhallPhotographers: Chuck Marcus and Shanta CovingtonBooker: Claudia JeanThe House: DCP Entertainment  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Judas And the Black Messiah is up for Best Picture and two Supporting Actor awards so if you just rewatched it or just watched it for the first time, here’s a throwback to our conversation with the Lucas Bros who talk about the film from inception to screen. This is a great convo for those who’ve seen the film—spoilers abound because we go deep into the story, the nuances, the making of it, and the ending. Should it have had a different ending? We discuss the alternate ending they considered, one I like even better.Patreon.com/toureshowInstagram: @toureshowTwitter: @toure  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jon Batiste is an extraordinary Juilliard-trained musician who grew up in a musical family from one of America’s greatest music towns, New Orleans. Yes he’s the musical director of the Late Show with Stephen Colbert but he’s a brilliant musician in his own right. He’s got a new album called We Are so we talk about music and how to make it. To hear this awesome conversation go to http://patreon.com/toureshow and subscribe. For just $5 a month you get 4 Friday Patreon exclusives and the full version of our Wednesday shows and you get to help us keep making this show!Patreon.com/toureshowInstagram: @toureshowTwitter: @toure  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Biggie was one of the greatest rappers ever and one of the most compelling people and just when you thought you knew everything about him here comes a new doc that’ll blow your mind. I Got A Story To Tell, on Netflix now, looks at Big as a musician, a son, a crack dealer, and a rising MC. I talked to director Emmett Malloy and Big’s friends D-Roc and Wayne Barrow about the film and the man.Patreon.com/toureshowInstagram: @toureshowTwitter: @toureToure Show Episode 227Host & Writer: TouréSenior Producer: Jackie GarofanoAssistant Producer: Adell ColemanEditor: Ryan WoodhallPhotographers: Chuck Marcus and Shanta CovingtonBooker: Claudia JeanThe House: DCP Entertainment  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
En Vogue is one of the greatest singing groups ever. We talked about how they sing, how they manage to get along, and what ever happened to the other two members? This throwback from 2018 came right after their album Electric Sky. It’s amazing to hear the newest member talk about going to hear them sing when she was a teenager.Patreon.com/toureshowInstagram: @toureshowTwitter: @toure  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Can’t Stop Won’t Stop is one of the definitive histories of hiphop. The new Young Adult version breaks down the culture for the next gen. Authors Jeff Chang and Davey D come by to talk about the awesome history of this culture we love.To hear this awesome conversation go to http://patreon.com/toureshow and subscribe. For just $5 a month you get 4 Friday Patreon exclusives and the full version of our Wednesday shows and you get to help us keep making this show!Patreon.com/toureshowInstagram: @toureshowTwitter: @toureToure Show Episode 226Host & Writer: TouréSenior Producer: Jackie GarofanoAssistant Producer: Adell ColemanEditor: Ryan WoodhallPhotographers: Chuck Marcus and Shanta CovingtonBooker: Claudia JeanThe House: DCP Entertainment  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Maxine Waters is one of the most powerful and charismatic people in Congress. But how do you get important things passed when Republicans want to obstruct everything? We dig into how she fights and the legislation she cares most about. And her experiences on 1/6 when domestic terrorists had her afraid that she would be killed. For even more of me and Maxine go to Patreon.com/toureshow and subscribe for just $5 a month and get Friday Patreon exclusives. Your support help us keep this show going!Patreon.com/toureshowInstagram: @toureshowTwitter: @toureToure Show Episode 225Host & Writer: TouréSenior Producer: Jackie GarofanoAssistant Producer: Adell ColemanEditor: Ryan WoodhallPhotographers: Chuck Marcus and Shanta CovingtonBooker: Claudia JeanThe House: DCP Entertainment  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Toure Show Ep 43: Tiffany Haddish-I Am Winning Original Air Date - August 22, 2018Tiffany Haddish is fresh off of hosting the Golden Globes, another step in a monster career. But she was homeless not long ago. How’d she make it out and what is the life-changing series of affirmations she says to motivate and inspire herself? Her mind is so powerful. All that and more in this throwback from 2018.Patreon.com/toureshowInstagram: @toureshowTwitter@toure  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Julie Dash is one of the most brilliant filmmakers of our time. She made the landmark 1991 film Daughters of the Dust. It’s one of the Blackest movies ever made. She’s a filmmaking genius and we talk in depth about the craft, her feelings on film today, and the making of her legendary film. This is a Patreon exclusive. Support us at Patreon.co/toureshow for just $5 a month and get our Friday Patreon exclusives and the entire 60 minute version of our Wednesday interviews and help support the show so we can keep this going!Patreon.com/toureshowInstagram: @toureshowTwitter: @toureToure Show Episode 224Host & Writer: TouréSenior Producer: Jackie GarofanoAssistant Producer: Adell ColemanEditor: Ryan WoodhallPhotographers: Chuck Marcus and Shanta CovingtonBooker: Claudia JeanThe House: DCP Entertainment  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Bresha Webb is an hysterical actress and standup who’s been on A Black Lady Sketch Show, Black AF, the Last OG, Marlon and many more. She kept me laughing as I tried to talk about her career, her talents, her ambition, her future. A great look at the world of a fearless, beloved working actress.You can get half of this awesome conversation for free. For the whole 60 minutes subscribe at patreon.com/toureshow and for just $5 a month you get our Friday Patreon exclusives and the full version of our Wednesday shows and you get to help us keep making this show!Patreon.com/toureshowInstagram: @toureshowTwitter: @toureToure Show Episode 223Host & Writer: TouréSenior Producer: Jackie GarofanoAssistant Producer: Adell ColemanEditor: Ryan WoodhallPhotographers: Chuck Marcus and Shanta CovingtonBooker: Claudia JeanThe House: DCP Entertainment  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Toure Show Ep 115: Who Killed Malcolm XOriginal Air Date: February 19, 2020As we learn more about the assassination of Malcolm X and how the NYPD worked to eliminate him by arresting his security team on bogus charges, it’s a good time to throwback to our interview about the doc of the murder of Malcolm X with the directors of Who Killed Malcolm X.Patreon.com/toureshowInstagram: @toureshowTwitter@toure  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Heather McGhee has just published a brilliant book about racism and how it's functioned throughout generations called The Sum Of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together. If you love the work of Dr. Ibram Kendi and Isabel Wilkerson and Nikole Hannah-Jones, then this is for you. This book will make you smarter about the impact that racism has had on everyone. Not just on Black people, but on wypipo, too.To hear this awesome conversation go to http://patreon.com/toureshow and subscribe. For just $5 a month you get four Friday Patreon exclusives and the full version of our Wednesday shows and you get to help us keep making this show!Patreon.com/toureshowInstagram: @toureshowTwitter: @toure  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Andy Roddick was a tennis legend—#1 in the world, US Open winner, 3x Wimbledon finalist, and he held serve over 90% of the time for his career. We talk about how to hit a great serve, what it’s like to play against some of history’s best, if he choked against Federer at Wimbledon, and what is mental toughness?Patreon.com/toureshowInstagram: @toureshowTwitter: @toureToure Show Episode 221Host & Writer: TouréSenior Producer: Jackie GarofanoAssistant Producer: Adell ColemanEditor: Ryan WoodhallPhotographers: Chuck Marcus and Shanta CovingtonBooker: Claudia JeanThe House: DCP Entertainment  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Touré Show Ep 29Original Air Date: May 16, 2018In 2021 we’ve got to start working smarter, not harder. You don’t need to work 50 hours a week to get rich. You need to make your money work for you. And you need to know that you can infiltrate the power structure and make their rules for you. Arlan Hamilton is an amazing Black female Venture Capitalist who was homeless not long ago and now has a crowdfunded VC fund that anyone can join (theoretically—right now it’s closed, slots sold out in a day! But I’m hoping it opens back up soon!) But here she talks about going from homeless to VC and how she’s trying to create business opportunities for Black, brown, female and LGBT founders because they are an under utilized resource even though they know how to make a dollar out of 15 cents. A throwback to an important conversation from 2018 with a woman who’s figured out how to steal white privilege and make it work for her.Patreon.com/toureshowInstagram: @toureshowTwitter@toure  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This is a Friday Patreon Exclusive! Go to patreon.com/toureshow to hear the whole ep! For $5 a month you get 4 Patreon Exclusives a month!Patreon.com/toureshowInstagram: @toureshowTwitter: @toure  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Judas and the Black Messiah is a hot new movie starring Daniel Kaluuya and Lakeith Stanfield about Chicago Black Panther leader Fred Hampton and the FBI infiltrator who snitched on him. It’s a great story and a compelling film on HBO Max now. The story began with a treatment by the Lucas Bros who talk about the film from inception to screen. Great conversation for those who’ve seen the film—spoilers abound because we go deep into the story, the nuances, the making of it, and the ending. Should it have had a different ending? We discuss the alternate ending they considered, one I like even better. You can get half of this conversation for free. To hear the whole thing support us at Patreon.co/toureshow. For just $5 a month you get our Friday Patreon exclusives and the entirety of our Wednesday interviews and you help support the show so we can keep this going!Patreon.com/toureshowInstagram: @toureshowTwitter: @toureToure Show Episode 219Host & Writer: TouréSenior Producer: Jackie GarofanoAssistant Producer: Adell ColemanEditor: Ryan WoodhallPhotographers: Chuck Marcus and Shanta CovingtonBooker: Claudia JeanThe House: DCP Entertainment  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Toure Show Ep 100Original Air Date: November 20, 2019The hot new film Judas and the Black Messiah started in an idea created by the Lucas Bros who are amazing comedians but are also brilliant brothers who are former law students who know a great story when they find one. Let’s throwback to my 2019 conversation with Keith and Kenny which gives a great look into who they are as comedians and as people.Patreon.com/toureshowInstagram: @toureshowTwitter@toure  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This is a Friday Patreon Exclusive! Go to patreon.com/toureshow to hear the whole ep! For $5 a month you get 4 Patreon Exclusives a month!Patreon.com/toureshowInstagram: @toureshowTwitter: @toure  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Zina Garrison was a tennis superstar—world #4 in 1989, Wimbledon finalist in 1990, she defeated Chris Evert, Steffi Graf and many more. But during her career she also battled bulimia. It was an honor to talk to her about tennis from beating legends to proper technique and how she managed her bulimia as an elite athlete.Patreon.com/toureshowInstagram: @toureshowTwitter: @toureToure Show Episode 217Host & Writer: TouréSenior Producer: Jackie GarofanoAssistant Producer: Adell ColemanEditor: Ryan WoodhallPhotographers: Chuck Marcus and Shanta CovingtonBooker: Claudia JeanThe House: DCP Entertainment  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Toure Show EpOriginal air Date: January , 2018Kehinde Wiley is one of the greatest visual artists working today and a. bonafide art world superstar. In honor of HBO’s new doc “Black Art: In the Absence of Light, A Celebration of African American Artists” here’s a throwback to my 2018 conversation  this intense conversation where he explores the development of his style of art and explains how he became a star and digs into the challenges of setting up shop in a far-flung country—once in the Congo he and his team got thrown in jail for five days!Patreon.com/toureshowInstagram: @toureshowTwitter@toure  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This is a Friday Patreon Exclusive! Go to patreon.com/toureshow to hear the whole ep! For $5 a month you get 4 Patreon Exclusives a month!Patreon.com/toureshowInstagram: @toureshowTwitter: @toureNewsletter: blackmindsmatter.substack.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Small Axe is a brilliant series of five films by legendary director Steve McQueen streaming on Amazon right now. These are genius films about the Black experience—dancing to music, fighting the police, struggling to feel at home as white supremacy tries to push you out. I talk to director McQueen about Small Axe and about his iconic Oscar winning film 12 Years A Slave. The man is a genius and this conversation is epic.Patreon.com/toureshowInstagram: @toureshowTwitter: @toureToure Show Episode 215Host & Writer: TouréSenior Producer: Jackie GarofanoAssistant Producer: Adell ColemanEditor: Ryan WoodhallPhotographers: Chuck Marcus and Shanta CovingtonBooker: Claudia JeanThe House: DCP Entertainment  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Toure Show Ep 110Original air Date: January 29, 2020Dr. Marc Lamont Hill grew up in Philly playing basketball with Kobe Bryant. Marc played one on one with him hundreds of times. They stayed friends as Kobe became one of the greats and Marc became one of the coolest intellectuals in America and a basketball expert who thinks of himself as Mr. 76ers. He sits front row at every home game. This is a throwback—we had this conversation weeks before Kobe tragically died and you can hear Marc’s respect for his old friend coming through.Patreon.com/toureshowInstagram: @toureshowTwitter@toure  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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DCP Entertainment
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Nov 14th, 2017
Latest Episode
Mar 28th, 2021
Release Period
3 per week
Episodes
282
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
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Episodic
Language
English

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