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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Millennial Discussions

This week's show features some deep conversations covering racial oppression through new age media, Bill Cosby, and an up-and-coming bombshell of a rapper by the name of Ngwato.

Naye Ayla & Sinatra Ocean

This week Khanyi Pama is running things by himself and he brings along some incredibly talented musicians - Naye Ayla and Sinatra Ocean. One is a neo soul singer who will make you feel all kinds of ways, and the other is a producer with an ear for talent.

Seru the Elipsis, Mishka & Nuz Queen

The Millennial Gen team is joined by the lyrical mastermind Seru the Elipsis, who blesses us with a fire freestyle and tells us about his EP that's about to be released, titled 'The Escalators must be Broken'. We are also joined by the beautiful and talented songstress Mishka, and to top it all off, Nuz Queen herself drops by the studio.

2Lee Stark, Spartz & Dman

On this week's show we are joined by 'Off Boyz' rapper 2Lee Stark who absolutely murders a freestyle even with a beat switch up. We are also joined by soul singer Spartz who just recently released her new EP, as well as rapper Dman.

Women making Waves

On this last day of Women's Month, we are joined in the studio by some spectacular women. Cato Louw is the youngest female sports presenter on SuperSport and a radio host making waves for women in the sports media industry. We are also joined by Haafizah, who was head of Amnesty International at Wits. We continue the conversation about the huge issue of gender-based violence and what we can do to take action against it.

Local Heat

This week the boys (and Zinhle) bring in the dynamic rapping duo StuntDouble, who talk about what it takes to make it here and the struggles of touring. Then the Hustle Season 1 winner BigStar comes on and shows us why he is a champion freestyler.

Millennials Breaking Barriers

The team breaks barriers this week and interviews South African writer Arushi Raina, who is living all the way in Canada. She tells us about her recently published book 'When Morning Comes', which is a fictionalised account of the student uprising that began in Soweto, South Africa on 16 June 1976 - told from the perspective of four culturally different people. We are also joined by incredibly talented soul singer Nishaat, whose voice will blow your mind!

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!

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