The Journey Podcast

The Journey Podcast

The Journey Project Podcast (Ep. 16) (feat. Dejah’E)


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After Josiah’s intro we jump straight into an Dejah’E’s music video. She started singing in the choir when she was 9 and does not only do RnB but also pop, twerking, etc. Professionally she started in a girl group when she was 16 and has been in the music game for ten years. Her dad inspired her to get into music when she was about eight years old and the rest is history.

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The Journey Project Podcast (Ep. 15) (feat. Willing Wanna)


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This interview starts a bit different since start with a scene from Willing Wanna’s music video and transition into the “Catch Me” video. We are back to the format of having Josiah side by side. Willing Wanna is a reggae music. He explains how he got his name and a bit of background on the culture and how he put things together. He has been doing music for a decade now and started his music career by singing other people’s songs in school.

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The Journey Project Podcast (Ep. 14) (feat. Keith Richmond AKA Dot Rich) 


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Dot Rich is coming in from Jacksonville, FL which is farther north than Miami. They started talking about how buts it is to drive in Florida. Spoiler Alert: IT FUCKING SUCKS! After some Florida talk we get into the background of who Dot Rich is as an artist. We go into the entire backstory of Dot Rich from the beginning and how synchronicities help push a craft forward. We also delve into his graphic novel and latests album.

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The Journey Project Podcast (Ep. 13) (feat. Jesse Booker)


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This week, we don’t see Josiah, and Jesse Booker has an extensive resume. He discuss how important the community is and how he has contributed to the local scene in Racine and beyond. He has been the big brother since he was younger and as he got older, the way he participates and changes the community. He is very humble and does not feel special because it takes more than one person to make a difference.

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