The Millennial Gen

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The Millennial Gen podcast is an extension from the Millennial Gen concept, a multi-faceted platform for any type of creative that provides them with the perfect creative eco system that allows for them to post their works and gain recognition for it. The show provides a space for creatives to again voice themselves and display their talents, as well as engaging in millennial culture. The show covers various topics from youth culture to youth economics, with the aim not only to provide a platform for young creatives, but also to educate the masses about modern day youth culture – as well as educating creatives about issues that may hinder them.

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All Things Woman

For Women's Month the team are chatting about all things woman! Khanyi and Zinhle are joined by youth activist, entrepreneur and educator Nosipho Khumalo. They are also joined by Khumo Masege, an LGBTQ activist currently studying her Masters in Psychology at Columbia University (yes, the Ivy League one)... and Sage Music bless our ears with some music straight from the soul.

It's all about the Rappers

The Millennial Gen guys are visited by rapper and businessman ThabU, who has an inspiring story and even more talent. Then rapper Tay, his manager Ricky, and his cinematographer Nino join the team.

The Importance of Women’s Rights

This week the boys are blessed in studio for the second time with Ms Zinhle who gets the conversation about the importance of women’s rights started. There’s also a bit of banter with the boys (and Zinhle) surrounding the reasons 'hoes are hoes'... this is one not to be missed as they cover a range of interesting sub conversations.

All about that Trap Lifestyle

The multi-talented Septemberarts is in the studio telling us what he's up to and showcasing his new song, Cherry Blossom. In addition to that we had Nash Sable, Sensei Southside Mohammed and 808x from our homies innanetwav telling us about their new music and all about that trap lifestyle!

An Overflow of Talent

This week the boys feature a pool of local talent - from Donnel, the 18-year-old self published poet, to Ershaw the rapper with his producer Kuulz - who come in with a fire freestyle that’s definitely worth a listen! Then it's trap duo K.HUNT and a return of Lennie Banks... it's one of the hottest shows yet!

Banter with the Boys & Girls

Fashion enthusiasts Snothando and Kudzi join us in studio to chat about important topics pertaining to the youth. We touch on topics like mental health, taking care of your own, youth responsibilities, and how we as the youth are going to make a significant change.

The youth creating a change.

Millennial Gen embrace youth month by discussing the responsibility of young people with wonder-kids Ahooligan Sage17 and photographer extraordinaire DowntownThabs. They talk about their creative journey and what the youth have to do to create a change.

Our responsibilities as youth ft DJ Grizzly

In celebration of Youth Month, this week we embrace youth month and we start a narrative about what our responsibilities are as the youth. We are also visited by DJ Grizzly and the biggest shit talker in the planet, Uncle Hunt.

Afrojazz & Freestyles

The Millennial Gen brings inspiration for young creatives through Afrojazz and freestyles. Marc and Denis also talk about what it takes to be an entrepreneur.

Underground Culture of Joburg & LJÈ Sounds

This week we've got Joseph Ntahilaja and D2D yourdad giving us the lowdown on the underground/alternative culture that is thriving in Joburg and all the amazing things it has to offer. We are also joined by the killer lyricists, the ladies man with the smooth jamz - it's LJE' coming with some supah hot fire freestyles for y'all. Enjoy.

Freestyle Soul

The boys are joined by the wonder miss Spartz, who gives us a taste of her freestyle soul singing (yes you read that correctly) - and then special guests Huntar and Kudzi come in for a bit of banter.

Rhythm & Poetry

The team is joined in studio by slam poet Thando Mnguni and she has the entire studio on the edge of their seats and fighting back the tears! Don't miss this very necessary conversation about her powerful poem. They are also joined by another type of poet, rapper Spunky Galaxy is in the studio talking about his journey to greatest.

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