Show #77 - Hip Hop, Social Media & Violence: Is it still all good? (Guest: Mr. Al Pete)
Queue PointsNovember 11, 202201:36:5089.58 MB

Show #77 - Hip Hop, Social Media & Violence: Is it still all good? (Guest: Mr. Al Pete)

The murder of Takeoff has shaken the world as a whole, and like many times on Queue Points, we’re asking the question “what can we do?” Well, for this episode we ask the question with all the accolades, the money and the fame, for hip-hop, “is it still all good?”

Joining us in segment 2 is Mr. Al Pete. Al Pete is the 2022 Black Podcasting Awards Best Music Podcast winner for his podcast The Tables Might Wobble. He not only joins us for our core topic, but tells us a bit about how The Tables Might Wobble was born.

You don’t want to miss this conversation from three hip hop elders about the state of the culture.

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Mr. Al Pete Biography:

Mr. Al Pete is a Hip Hop musician, podcaster, journalist, and the founder of Mister Peterson’s Neighborhood/The MPN Network. Created in 2012, MPN reached instant success with themed ‘warehouse’ parties and the birth of two sub brands: Fly Socks and Tees and The Groove Suite, which was created in 2014. While hosting multiple events, The Groove Suite Podcast was formed to showcase the Neo Soul, Progressive, and other related genres’ music and artists from Jacksonville, Florida and around the United States. In August of 2016, Pete began working with the internet radio station The Sound of Duval by hosting his online radio mix show ‘Cubicle Music Mondays.’ Wanting to expand into the network realm, in January of 2020, Pete created The MPN Network, along with The Neighborhood Podcast Network, which hosts a range of regional podcasts. The network is continuously being innovative and working to tell more stories of various creators of music, arts, and influencers with purpose.

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