Speakertalks: David Brothers on “Soundtrack 2 My Life” by Kid Cudi

This is Speakertalks, Volume 1.

One song. One guest. One conversation.

Let’s get it:

This week, David Brothers delivers a solo Speakertalks, as he discusses how Kid Cudi’s “Soundtrack 2 My Life” and music in general helps him navigate through depression. Hip-hop saved his life.

You can find David at:
@hermanos
Instagram.com/davidbrothers
iamdavidbrothers.com
(me + you), a tinyletter

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Speakertalks: Raf Gaitan on “Tonight Will Be Fine” by Leonard Cohen

This is Speakertalks, Volume 1.

One song. One guest. One conversation.

Let’s get it:

Leonard Cohen’s “Tonight Will Be Fine” has been there for Raf Gaitan right when he needed it. Raf digs into the subtle ways songs affect us and why Cohen was so good at being blue in this episode.

You can find Raf at:
@bearsurprise
Unsung Genius Trivia & Karaoke
The Noise Cancel podcast

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Speakertalks: Jonathan Chan on “U Can’t Touch This” by MC Hammer

This is Speakertalks, Volume 1.

One song. One guest. One conversation.

Let’s get it:

Jonathan Chan grew up playing tennis at a high level, and when he needed a push to¬†energize his career, he turned to one song from one man: MC Hammer’s “U Can’t Touch This.” Join us for a trip down memory lane…

You can find Jonathan at:
@MethodChan
Instagram
JonathanChan.com

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Speakertalks: Kelly Kanayama on “Look Back At Me,” by Trina & Killer Mike

This is Speakertalks, Volume 1.

One song. One guest. One conversation.

Let’s get it:

Kelly Kanayama discusses the finer pleasures of Trina, especially on the song “Look Back At Me” with Killer Mike. Which foods make the best sex metaphors? Can any man ever measure up to Trina’s expectations?

You can find Kelly at:
Frank Discussions, a Punisher podcast
@KellyKanayama
https://www.patreon.com/UntilTheEndOfTheWorld

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Speakertalks: Julian Lytle on “Get It Together” by Drake, Jorja Smith, & Black Coffee

This is Speakertalks, Volume 1.

One song. One guest. One conversation.

Let’s get it:

Julian Lytle explains the gospel of Heartbreak Drake through the lens of Drake, Jorja Smith, & Black Coffee’s “Get It Together,” from the album More Life. What’s up with house and rap music? What kind of storytelling wave is Aubrey on?

You can find Julian at:
ants.thejulianlytle.com
@JulianLytle
instagram.com/julianlytle
https://www.facebook.com/ants.webcomic/

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