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Welcome. I am The Illustrious KenDiesel, Blogger Extraordinaire, and your host for What You Need to Know. Make yourselves at home. Prepare yourselves. You're not in Kansas anymore. This is the place to find the rantings and ravings of one of the few sane men left in the world. If it's worthwhile and true... bring it. Nothing is off limits. Everyone has a voice. Politics, movies, sports, music, opinion, personal problems. This is where it goes down. Whether you're just listening, or calling i ...
 
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On the 57th episode of The Bald Head-N-The Dread Podcast Autarchii and Jr reason about the the need for parents to invest more in their children's education. They recommend parents use money usually spent on designer clothing and video games, be spent on tutoring sessions that help improve their child's academic performance.…
 
On 53rd episode of The Bald Head-N-The Dread Podcast Autarchii and Jr reason with singer, instrumentalist, producer, record executive, entrepreneur, and member of Grammy winning group Morgan Heritage Gramps Morgan. Gramps Morgan speaks about the immense impact Morgan Heritage has had on reggae musicians both in Jamaica and abroad. Gramps moves on t…
 
On 52nd episode of The Bald Head-N-The Dread Podcast Autarchii and Jr reason with Freddie Mintah owner of Roots Madiaq Tv. SUBCRIBE : Roots Madiaq Tv: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOO25FUmIhnxnd-3aELb0jw Mintah is a 14-year-old multi-instrumentalist born in London. Roots Madiaq already has an impressive catalogue of interviews which includes le…
 
On the 49th episode of The Bald Head-N-The Dread Podcast, Autarchii and Jr reason with teacher, lecturer, pastor, and author Rev. Clinton Chisholm. Chisholm starts off the reasoning by explaining the importance of Constantine, the First Council of Nicaea, and the First Crusade in the history of Christianity. Chisholm goes on to provide numerous exa…
 
On the 47th episode of The Bald Head-N-The Dread Podcast, Autarchii and Jr discuss the negative effects of 'new age parenting' techniques on modern children. They argue these techniques are making children soft, selfish, and entitled.
 
On the 46th episode of The Bald Head-N-The Dread Podcast, Autarchii and Jr reason with president and co-founder of Island Space Caribbean Museum, David I. Muir. Muir is a photo artist, author, entrepreneur, and community leader who has been recognized as one of South Florida’s 100 Most Accomplished Caribbean Americans by ICABA. In this reasoning Mu…
 
On the 45th episode of The Bald Head-N-The Dread Podcast, Autarchii and Jr reason about the destructive role music managers play in the careers of artist and bands. Music managers are supposed to oversee the business affairs of a musician or a band. Unfortunately, too many managers neglect their contractual obligation, choosing to focus on their pe…
 
The 39th episode of The Bald Head-N-The Dread Podcast features a POWERFUL groundings with social outreach specialist, adjunct lecturer, motivational speaker, creative writer and dub poe Miguel 'Steppa' Williams.He is the founder and a director of the Forward Step Foundation, a NGO catering to the needs of high risk youth and communities. In this re…
 
The 38th episode of The Bald Head-N-The Dread Podcast features a POWERFUL groundings with Rastafari ital chef Chef Troy. In this reasoning Chef Troy explains the difference between Ital and Vegan, discrimination against plant based chefs, and the role of discipline in maintaining a healthy lifestyle.…
 
The 36th episode of The Bald Head-N-The Dread Podcast features a POWERFUL groundings with Rastafari professor, author, and Director of the Office of Social Entrepreneurship and Youth Crime Watch Jamaica, Dr. K'adamawe Knife. A staunch advocate for the legalization of marijuana, Dr. Knife offers strategies that would provide employment while concurr…
 
On the 35th episode of The Bald Head-N-The Dread Podcast, we held a INFORMATIVE groundings with musical historian, educator, author, and archivist Dr. Mike Alleyne. In this reasoning Dr. Alleyne speaks about the creation of his masterpiece 'The Encyclopedia of Reggae', commercialization of Bob Marley, and Jamaica's influence on Electronic Dance Mus…
 
On the 32nd episode of The Bald Head-N-The Dread Podcast, we held a HEAVY groundings educator, lecturer, author, Head PanAfrican Minister at Sankofa Ministries, UNIA-ACL Minister of Information, Chief Archivist at Buffalo UNIA-ACL Historical Society and President of Division #433 Hon. Malik 'Lion' Blyden.…
 
On the 31st episode of The Bald Head-N-The Dread Podcast, Autarchii and Jr reason about the importance of changing habits that are detrimental into habits that are beneficial. They focus on the detrimental habits of doubt, being inconsistent, perfectionism, and knowing others people business more than ones own.…
 
On the 29th episode of The Bald Head-N-The Dread Podcast, we held a HEAVY groundings with reggae artist, political activist, enviromentalist and actor Kiddus I. In this reasoning Kiddus I speaks about Rastafari, mysticism, Jamaican politics, reggae, the movie 'Rockers', and much more....
 
On the 30th episode of The Bald Head-N-The Dread Podcast, Autarchii and Jr share ’10 Classic Reggae Albums You Should Own’. Whenever greatest/classic reggae albums list are created, the list usually includes legendary names like Bob Marley, Toots & The Maytals, Bunny Wailer, The Congos, The Paragons, Burning Spear, Augustus Pablos, and Peter Tosh. …
 
On the 27th episode of The Bald Head-N-The Dread Podcast, we held a HEAVY groundings with reggae artist, activist, and plant based advocate Macka B. In this reasoning, Macka B speaks about the growth of Rastafari and the Sound System Culture in the UK. Macka B also explains why he practices a plant based diet, speaks on social issues, and much more…
 
On the 26th episode of The Bald Head-N-The Dread Podcast, we held a powerful groundings with reggae star Nesbeth. In this reasoning, Nesbeth speaks about the mental and emotional effects of growing up in an impoverished area and the inner-city politics in Jamaica. Nesbeth also speaks about the importance having a purpose and believing in yourself.…
 
On the 25th episode of The BaldHead-N-The Dread Podcast, we sat with one of the last surviving members of the one Jamaica's most revered and active studios of the 1970's, Franklyn "Ben Up" Irving. In this reasoning Irving explains the rise and fall of one Jamaica's most success recording labels.
 
On the 24th episode of The BaldHead-N-The Dread Podcast, we sat with economist, educator, author, and visionary Dr. Andre Haughton. In this reasoning Dr. Haughton speaks about Jamaica's currency, generation gap, financial illiteracy, he experience as a Jamaican senator, reggae industry, and much more...…
 
On the 21st episode of The-BaldHead-N-The-Dread Podcast, Autarchii and Jr hold a powerful groundings with Pan Africanist Dub Poet and founder of African Kulcha School Asafo Weedamiah. Asafo explains the importance of Kwanzaa principles, black business, and self love.
 
On the 19th episode of The-BaldHead-N-The-Dread Podcast, Autarchii and Jr hold a powerful groundings with reggae legend Bushman. In this reasoning Bushman shares untold stories about his career and his life. Bushman also speaks on the pandemic, reggae industry, artificial intelligence, importance of sound systems, and much more ...…
 
On the 16th episode of The-Bald-Head-N-The-Dread Podcast, we had a powerful groundings with multi- talented lyricist, musician, producer, and engineer Runkus. In this reasoning Runkus speaks on the importance of utilizing ones greater resource their own mind. Runkus also speaks about the importance of being resourceful, money, Nikola Tesla, militar…
 
On the 11th episode of The-Bald-Head-N-The-Dread Podcast, we had a powerful reasoning with community activist and sexual abuse survivor Janel James. Janel speaks about the destructive rape culture plaguing the African American community. Janel also shares her personal experiences with sexual abuse and provides ways for survivors to recover.…
 
On the 9th episode of The-Bald-Head-N-The-Dread Podcast, we sat with the revolutionary Poet/Radio Presenter Mutabaruka, to discuss various topics that the average mind would be scared to discuss. Throughout the reasoning, Mutabaruka emphasized on the importance of black liberation in a movement like Rastafari, as Rastafari contributed to the mental…
 
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