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Real Talk with Zuby on Smash Notes

Real Talk with Zuby podcast.

December 28, 2019

'Real Talk' is a podcast hosted by independent rapper and creative entrepreneur, Zuby (@ZubyMusic). 100% honest conversations with a diverse range of guests, about anything and everything that is interesting - Life, music, entrepreneurship, mindset, health & fitness, technology, current events, society, politics and culture.

Don't expect political correctness but every episode will inspire you and make you a little bit smarter.

Welcome to real talk.



Episodes with Smash Notes

Leonydus Johnson is a speech language pathologist, writer, political commentator, and host of the 'Informed Dissent' podcast. We discuss his political awakening, rising polarisation in the USA, and challenge the mainstream narrative on multiple issues - including 'Black Lives Matter' and 'systemic racism'.

Affiong 'Affi' Williams is the Founder and CEO of ReelFruit, a Nigerian company that manufactures and sells dried fruit snacks. We discuss the challenges of being an entrepreneur, running a business in a developing country, and how she took ReelFruit from an idea in her head, to a successful company with an international customer base.

Chris Williamson is a British club promoter, model, and host of the 'Modern Wisdom' podcast. We go behind the scenes on nightlife culture, binge drinking in the UK, his appearances on 'Love Island' and 'Take Me Out', creating a successful podcast, and the value of physical fitness.

Leigh-Allyn Baker is an American actress and voice artist, best known for her roles in Charmed, Will & Grace, and Good Luck Charlie. In this episode, we discuss how vaccines have negatively impacted her children, leaving Los Angeles, and why people tried to 'cancel' her over a tweet.

Jermaine 'FunnyMaine' Johnson is a comedian and activist from Birmingham, Alabama. We discuss some of the unique challenges facing Black America, race relations in the USA, the 'Black Lives Matter' movement, and how real progress can be made.

William Clouston is the leader of the UK's Social Democratic Party (SDP). We discuss patriotism, challenging the two party system, reconciling British history, race relations, and the importance of rebuilding the family unit. William also shares his vision of what a better Britain could look like and why he thinks the state should be heavily involved.

Elizabeth Pipko is an American model, political activist, and author of the new book 'Finding My Place'. She was signed to a major modelling agency as a teenager and worked in the industry for several years, before having that career cut short due to her involvement in the 2016 presidential campaign of Donald Trump.

Bret Weinstein is an American biologist, evolutionary theorist, and host of the popular 'Dark Horse Podcast'. We discuss rising political polarisation in the USA, riots in his home state of Portland, what true 'progress' looks like, and how his Unity 2020 project seeks to offer a better option for Americans beyond the two party duopoly.

Alex Peabody and his wife are the proud parents of sixteen children. Sixteen! How do they do it? Why do they do it? How do they afford it? Do they plan to have more? Find out the answers to these questions and more in this incredibly inspiring interview.

Douglas Murray is an acclaimed British writer and political commentator. His books 'The Strange Death of Europe' and 'The Madness of Crowds' are international best-sellers. In this interview, he shares his perspective on current socio-political events in the UK and USA, the importance of freedom of speech, moral courage, telling the truth, and where Western society is headed.

Bridget Phetasy is a comedian, writer, podcaster, and host of the weekly 'Dumpster Fire' series on YouTube. She opens up about her rise to internet fame, dealing with drug addiction and depression, and what she's learned since accidentally stumbling into the crazy world of politics.

Obi Nwosu is the CEO of Coinfloor, the UK's longest-running bitcoin exchange. We discuss his background growing up in a Nigerian family in London, personal responsibility vs luck, overcoming discrimination, and the future of technology - including how bitcoin and virtual reality will change the world forever.