'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
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.
Marc Lobliner is a pro bodybuilder, businessman and family man. He is the owner of supplement company MTS Nutrition and Chief Marketing Officer of TigerFitness.com. We discuss how he got his start in the fitness industry, 'meathead' stereotypes, being a dedicated husband and father, free thinking, and politics.
Ryan Michler is a husband, father, author and veteran, as well as the founder of Order of Man; a podcast and community designed to help men better themselves. In this episode we discuss Ryan's upbringing, how to be a better man, the importance of mentors and role models, masculinity in 2020, voluntary hardship, and the impressionability of kids.
P.D. Mangan is a microbiologist, health & fitness coach, and anti-aging specialist. At 65 years old, he is leading the way in teaching people of all ages how to improve their overall health. We discuss his journey from vegan to carnivore, overcoming chronic fatigue, and the benefits of paleo over the standard modern diet.
R.A. The Rugged Man is an acclaimed hip-hop artist, who has been active since the '90s. He released his most recent album 'All My Heroes Are Dead' in April 2020. We discuss the music industry, cancel culture, 'pop rap' vs 'hip-hop', whether or not rappers should be role models, Trump vs Biden, racism in the USA, and much more.
James Altucher is an entrepreneur, angel investor, author and blogger. He has founded (or co-founded) over 20 companies and published 20 books to date. We discuss the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and lessons that can be learned from it, as well as fame, social media, and becoming an effective communicator.
Meghan Murphy is a Canadian writer and founder of the website and podcast 'Feminist Current'. We discuss the state of modern feminism, what a 'woman' is, finding allies in strange places, and how recent events have changed her view on some things.
Ruslan is an Armenian-American independent rapper and creative entrepreneur based in San Diego, Califorina. He has been active in the Christian Hip-hop music scene for over a decade and runs his own label, Kings Dream Entertainment.
We discuss his family coming to the USA as refugees from Azerbaijan, how he started rapping, and why he is a Christian. We also discuss the current sociopolitical climate and the Black Lives Matter movement.
Michael Malice is a New York City based media personality. He is the host of the 'Your Welcome' podcast and author of the books 'The New Right' and 'Dear Reader: The Unauthorized Autobiography of Kim Jong Il'. In this episode, he shares his first hand experience of North Korea, the importance of understanding history, and the potential future of the country.
Stefan Grant is a realtor, investor, entrepreneur, and the founder of NoirBnB - an AirBnB competitor. We discuss why he started the company, growing pains, free thinking, politics, and why he will never work with social justice warriors (SJWs) again.
Thanks for helping me reach episode #100! The journey is just beginning... today I'm reflecting on the past 18 months, the notion of 'overnight success', and future plans for this podcast.