What is good, welcome to the grand finale for season 1 of the Mankind Podcast I am your host you can call me Mankind, your spiritual guide through the universe that we call Tucson hip hop! We have had an incredible season full of memorable moments and live events that will go down in the books with some of the best people to ever do it! Speaking of the best, we have an exclusive interview with the Yung Bull “Aske” coming up for this milestone episode!
I’d like to thank y’all for supporting local media and continuing to keep shows like this alive we can’t do this without you. We wanna bring you the best possible content so while we’re getting ready to record season 2 go check out our YouTube channel, it’s busting with fantastic video episodes and behind the scenes clips that you gotta see, help us out and subscribe for new content every week!
It’s up and at 'em and we had em in the Takeover Lounge this week! I’m talking about king Cortez himself the creator of a new entertainment website called Crowns & Thrones. Z Giv and I chopped it up with the Royal 1 just moments after his platform launched and he gave us an exclusive rundown on everything you can expect from that new endeavor so go follow the throne! @royalcortezcxt & @crownsxthrones and peep that full interview on @loungetakeover We’ll also have links to that on themankindshow.com
It’s been a wild year already and musicians everywhere have been forced to innovate or face annihilation in the wake of countless streams and IG live battles. Without a physical venue, some artists are just learning about streaming and many may find it difficult even, overwhelming, growing, and maintaining an online presence in this absolute stampede of online creators Covid-19 has thrust upon us. My guest today has embodied what it means to “stay grindin” in uncertain times. Aske is one of the hardest working artists hands down and his charisma on and off stage is infectious. Our live podcast event was a sold-out extravaganza at where else but South Sixth Bodega and we had an inspiring conversation about the Tucson scene, taking risks, staying motivated and so much more.
Thank you, Aske and the entire 850 gang as well as Cheppe the Taco King and the South Sixth Bodega squad for making all this possible and make sure to continue to support local artists and businesses through these trying times. We’re planning season 2 of the illest podcast in the Southwest and the lineup is gonna be over the top! Thank you again for rockin with us at the mankind podcast this has been the season one finale, peace.