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Chill Moody
Explicit
February 12, 2017 06:19 PM PST
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GRAMMY adviser, City of Philadelphia Music Ambassador, indie Rap artist and West Philly native Chill Moody shares his music, story and struggle.

March Before The Madness
February 05, 2017 11:05 AM PST
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Ball is life for Head Coach Ron Hunter of Georgia State University Men's Basketball team, as he led the 14th-ranked mid-major to NCAA tournament glory in 2015 as his son R.J. (a 1st round draft pick of the Boston Celtics that year) hit a thrilling game-winner for the upset over the third-ranked Baylor Bears.

Play On, Philly!
January 29, 2017 10:07 AM PST
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Stanford Thompson is a music educator and CEO of Play On, Philly! (a program that helps to foster life skills by providing in-depth music education to more than 300 disadvantaged youths).

Tre' Day
January 24, 2017 08:39 AM PST
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Titus created and hosts Off The T., which is dedicated to one man with one mic taking on all things. Special guest Tre'vell Anderson joins this podcast to discuss how race, privilege and attitude separate actors Nate Parker and Casey Affleck when it comes to sexual violence allegations.

Boxed In
November 02, 2016 02:11 PM PDT
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Law grad Adom Cooper, Deadspin reporter Diana Moskovitz, boxer and analyst Paulie Malignaggi and political writer Ryan J. Suto.

Bylines and Bars
October 10, 2016 02:44 PM PDT
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Baltimore Sun crime and courts reporter Justin Fenton and Harvard University doctoral candidate studying the connection between education and imprisonment Clint Smith III (author of the recently released book of poetry Counting Descent) join the podcast.

Blackballing
September 27, 2016 08:39 AM PDT
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This episode of Off The T. (hosted by Titus) is a discussion about policing in diverse communities in the United States, the black experience in reality and on TV, as well as the shadiness of the music industry.

Guests include:

Michael A Wood Jr., former Marine and Baltimore City policeman turned social activist.

Jonathan Marshall, Delaware Valley native and current TV sports reporter/anchorman.

David Chaplin, director of police oversight in the City of Syracuse, NY.

Ronda Racha Penrice, Atlanta-based writer/historian.

Rapper Big Pooh, North Carolina-native artist and former member of the Rap trio Little Brother (featuring legendary producer 9th Wonder and rapper/singer Phonte).

Music/Sound cuts (in order of appearance):

1. Father, Father--Kool and The Gang
2. Chaos--Nish Grewal
3a. Ed Reed halftime speech (video edit)
3b. Tariq Toure reciting poetry
4. Feel it in the Air (instrumental)--Beanie Sigel
5. MASH (music video edit by Andy Madeleine)--Black Opera
6. Same Old Mistakes--Tame Impala
7. Stop--Rapper Big Pooh
8. Carolina Folk--Lute
9. Love/Hate scene from Spike Lee's "Do The Right Thing"--Radio Raheem (Bill Nunn)

Kicks
September 09, 2016 03:34 AM PDT
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Titus Falodun, Philadelphia-based broadcaster/writer, hosts and produces a magazine-style podcast called "Off The T." and you are invited to listen, enjoy and share it for free:

https://www.podomatic.com/episodes/8184846

The debut episode features diverse guests discussing kicks aka sneakers/tennis shoes/gym shoes, how they relate to sports, black culture and more.

Bay Area native Justin Tipping directed and co-wrote the coming-of-age tale "Kicks" about a black teen, Brandon (Jahking Guillory) growing up in the concrete jungle of Oakland, California. In an effort to get back his coveted Jordan's stolen by a local bully (Kofi Siriboe), Brandon asks his troubled uncle (Mahershala Ali) for help.

After watching the visually stunning film (premiering in theaters September 9th) about style over substance, machismo over manners and kicks over everything, Titus invited Tipping on the podcast to discuss his debut feature film and how he may follow in the footsteps of fellow Bay Area writer/director Ryan Coogler ("Fruitvale Station" "Creed" and "Black Panther"). (0:43)

Other guests include:

Quentin Thomas aka GQ, former UNC Tar Heel basketball player turned rapper, details how he went from coaching legend Roy Williams recruiting him in Oakland to Hip Hop legend 9th Wonder producing him in North Carolina on the legend's Jamla music label, which features rising star Rapsody. (7:11)

Eve Ewing, sociologist who graduated from University of Chicago and Harvard University, talks about what it was like growing up in the shoe culture of Chicago in the 90's era when Michael Jordan played for the Bulls. (22:00)

Ivy SOLE, Charlotte-native rapper who graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a co-sign from Rap juggernaut Kendrick Lamar, shares her music and journey, after dropping a spectacular debut in 2016 called Eden. (37:15)

Hope you enjoy. And I am open for feedback.

Very grateful for your time and patience in consuming this podcast.

Have a blessed day.

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