BEB Szn 3 Eps 22: Slap It or Dap It w/ Nesha Nycee
Black, Educated & Broke
On this episode of Black, Educated & Broke:Happy Birthday Q!!! We kicked it with our bro this past week for his birthday.Kenneth Walker sits down w/ Gayle King & Mike B says Gayle can come back to the cook out until 7:30pm.Mike B has your "Melanin News":- Election 2020- 12 year-old college sophomore- another Karen but a black man & puppy with the win- the death of Bishop Barbara Lewis King in AtlantaRon's Rundown:- Does Ice Cube support Trump???New Slap It Or Dap It with the eccentric Nesha Nycee. She's got a new single produced by Zaytoven...we Slappin' or Dappin'??Sports Talk W/ Mike Patton-Lakers & NFL!!! ALL THAT & MORE!!!ALWAYS, LIKE, SHARE, SUBSCRIBE & FOLLOW us @blackeducatedandbroke!!
The Morning Machine welcomes back hip-hop artist, cultural activist and the most influential person we know, the one and only Nesha Nycee (say it twice) to the studio! She recently brought a burst of energy to the Industry Unleashed podcast last week and we definitely had to carry that same energy over to The Morning Machine. Hear her inspiring story of her journey and one of the best freestyles ever done on this show to date. Listen and be impacted.
SEASON 1 FINALE EP : 10 Special Celebrity Guest Nesha Nycee #SayitTwice
Industry Unleashed Podcast
#SAYITTWICE There was only one way to end the season and that's with good high energy that only one person can produce, international super artist , activist & St Louis own "Nesha Nycee". We dive right in and unleash her gifts about her amazing journey of survival in life and in the music industry as an independent artist. Plus we recap her work involving the recent marches and protest surrounding George Floyd , Rayshard Brooks , Breonna Taylor death. Salute THE QUEEN!!!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/Industry-Unleashed/support
It's an Indie Artist Takeover!! Want to know how to be a successful indie artist? From the USA to the UK, these indie artists have had music featured on major television shows like HBO's Euphoria as well as opened for music legends like Ciara, Lil Kim, and Missy Elliott, songs produced by Drake, and sold-out performances at Carnegie Hall.