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Darius Butler was proclaimed the ‘real’ wheelchair jimmy, and now he sets out to sell as many records as his Degrassi doppelgänger, Drake, one day. Still repping Uptown D.C. with his 8 year-old daughter and family, this stay-at-home-dad stays producing music ‘for the city.’
Season 2 of Max Out Time kicks off with the local rap artist’ take on gogo, mumbo sauce and the former club scene down by the zanzibar.
He's A Survivor
Life can take a turn for the worst when you least expect it. Isiah Dixon lead a normal life before his leukemia diagnosis.
You won’t meet a brighter young man with a million-dollar smile, who is one month out of remission, so tune in to the latest episode of Max Out Time for a conversation on the Team Isiah Foundation, life after cancer and Isiah’s message for those fighting the good fight.
On this episode of Max Out Time, Harvard grad and former president of La Organización De Puertorriqueños en Harvard, Raquel Navarro, and I bring you an in-depth discussion on the hurricane’s effects on the Puerto Rican government, infrastructure, and most importantly its citizens, some still without power.
Amara Nwosu is an award-winning, self-taught photographer and filmmaker celebrating the lives of melanated folks across the spectrum.
So what does it mean to be Black in the U.S., Africa, and even Asia? Tune into episode 11 of Max Out Time for this phone broadcast about blurring racial lines, exploring race relations and embracing the culture—all of Black culture
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