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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Ricky Tyler, Mr Stich & Get Nasty

The Millennial Gen show goes global yet again, as the team is visited by American DJs Mr Stich and DJ Get Nasty. Hailing all the way from Pennsylvania, the DJs are in South Africa on tour, and they were cool enough to swing by the studio for a chat. Multi-talented, singer, rapper, songwriter and producer Ricky Tyler is also in the studio debuting some of his freshly released music and giving us the scoop on his latest music video... plus he blesses the mic with some fiery freestyles! Find out more about Ricky Tyler, Mr Stitch and Get Nasty at

Redefining the Millennial Norm

This week Addai and Khanyi are joined by two 17-year-old lyricists (Lucretius and Jed) who absolutely destroy the freestyle beats thrown at them. And the studio is better looking than usual with the boys being joined by two of the hottest stylists in SA at the moment (Lethabo and Ryan), and a group of beautiful models redefining the norm.

All about the Music: Millennial Up & Comers

Khanyisa and Addai welcome two artists from opposite ends of the spectrum - polar opposite creatives both making huge waves in their respective fields. Melo is a gospel singer from Johannesburg with a truly inspiring story behind how she got into music. Mbuso 'deKiller'Clown' Shabalala is a multi-talented, all around creative and stone cold rapper and producer... coming in hot with some killer freestyles and funny stories.

Music & Greenery

The Millennial Gen had our first outside broadcast - coming to you live from the Lifestyle Home Garden. First up we had a live performance from Stephane Marais, followed by a dope interview with supa hot fire Astryd Brown, and to finish it off there's a very informative conversation with Myrtle - one half of 'The Dagga Couple'.

Millennial Conversations

This week's show features local (yet international) lawyer and influencer Tarryn Candice, and some live entertainment with up and coming artist Kavani making a return to redeem himself from his broken strings that happened the last time.

Millennial Artist of the Week

@Thelifeofafly - AKA Sandi the Sandman - comes into the studio with some HEAT! Dillon Warren joins the team for the career segment, talking about PPC and what the media agency entails. Plus the Passports & Perignon blogger plays a hectic “Would You Rather?” session.

Young Entrepreneurs doing the Thang

This episode features young fashion and lifestyle blogger Ms Bronwyn - AKA the Queen of Jozi - who tells us about the come up in the South African influencer games. We are also joined by Tash Alomia, a young budding entrepreneur doing her changing the way we get lit in summer... and last but not least, we have sneaker designer Matthew Edwards coming in to share his story and discuss the sneaker scene in SA.

Monetising Your Creativity: The Importance of Self Love

We are joined by the ever-radiant Bobo Matjila for an in-depth conversation about the platforms creatives can use to get their work out into the world, and how you (the creative) can make money off your work. The Internet is an incredible tool at our disposal and we're chatting about how you can make it work for you. We also touch on the importance of self love and self care.

Polar Opposites of the Creative Space

The ever so beautiful and neo-soul radiant, Bobo Matjila - an influencer, creative, vlogger, and all around professional millennial, hailing all the way from New York - comes in telling us what it's like to be an African creative on that side of the world. Then at the other end of the spectrum... wordsmith, philosopher, and knowledge dropper Charlie Brxwn tells us about the creative scene in our home town of Johannesburg.

It's Snowing in the Studio

Lennie Banks meets one of SA's most fiery up and coming producers SNOW, and stays in for a two-part series in which the bars spat from yet another spontaneous studio collaboration were a little too hot for some to handle!

An Up & Coming Artist from the UK

Artist Lennie Banks takes a break from his UK grind and visits his homeland to come into studio to rep his new releases, which include his very own merchandise and single, 'Sex Is a Drug'.

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