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28
APR
2015

#2: #AndilesTake on The Muffinz' New Album "Do What You Love" (Workers' Day Special)

The wait is over. The Muffinz have finally released their much-anticipated sophomore album, "Do What You Love"-- following the success of their critically-acclaimed, award-winning debut, "Have You Heard" in 2012. After touring widely since the release of their first album (selling out venues like New York's famous Apollo Theatre along the way), and sharing the stage with legendary artists like Ladysmith Black Mambazo and Oliver Mtukudzi (who features on their latest album), I asked them to give an honest account of what it's really like to "be a Muffin". I also get a little personal in this episode as I reveal some interesting shared history I have with one of The Muffinz, and reflect briefly on the importance of choosing work that is both purposeful and fulfilling.Podcast features some music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Music licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
20
MAR
2015

#1: #AndilesTake on eTV's "Ashes to Ashes"

After letting the hype around the recent launch of eTV's new drama series, "Ashes to Ashes" die down, I finally decided to watch the first episode of the show online to see what all the fuss was about, and give you my candid first impressions.Believe it or not, watching the show got me thinking deeply about some important things-- like how it seems we black folks struggle to master the dynamics of generational wealth-creation and issues of legacy.Many thanks to the awesome contributors to this podcast: my gorgeous wife-- Sithabiso "The Boo" Masuku, Founder and MD of Senate (Isle of Man)-- Selu Mdlalose, and Founder & CEO of Carlisle Tax & Financial Services (SA)-- Peter Carlisle. Podcast features some music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Music licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

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