CHRIS JORDAN MEDIA  |  Podcast , ±21 min episodes every 2 weeks, 4 days  | 
I am so happy to be sharing this super personal journey through my favorite medium in sound. I preach to media practitioners that I mentor and train, that they need to start narratives that no one has demanded, requested, or shown a direct need for – but rather pro-actively view the world around them, step in, and tell a story that they didn’t know the world around them, wanted to be told.

Please enjoy this "broadcast-ography" (so to speak) with me.

And I hope it touches a comfortable, personal, private, and loved space in your own life.


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Jeremy Mansfield - RAW (Songs and Words From)

Remembering the late and great Jeremy Mansfield with one of the Rude Awakenings milestone releases.

I Smaak U Stukkend
Bring My Terug Na Die Ou Transvaal
Frikkie Geyser - The Ruckby Story
Madiba Magic - Part One
'o Sole Mio (Oh Silly Trio)
Cousin From Lenasia
Chicken Rap (The Rude Awakening Song)
A Call To Chelsea
Madiba Magic - Part Two
The Buthelezi Rap 'in Fact, I Fa, I Fa, I Fa'
Siyaya Bafana - Jeremy & The Choir
Simpiwe - The Bic Lighter
Viva The Fat Man
Mandela's Grandson
Wim Beukes - Chicken Peri Peri
You Bring Out The Animal In Me (A Helping Hand For Max The Gorilla) Bastos
Frikkie Geyser - Steak And Kidney Pies
Happy Burp Day
A Winnie-Ing Tribute
Simpiwe - Peanuts
Viva The Fat Man - Bastos In Country Style
... But On Va Udder Hand, Darren
Rude Awakening Musical Spectacular R. A. M. S
Closing Credits
National Anthem

WTF Are You Talking About? Episode 6 P1 "The Existential Mid-Mid Life Crisis"

We are rounding up our Gen Z/Gen-Everybody Else journey together with the gritty, raw, and frontal attack on self-actualization. The Mid-Mid Life Crisis is a real thing. When a 20-something-year-old, especially, in 2022, is placed within a context of natural growth but is disconnected from the ability how to actually deal with it, Gen-Zers are plagued by depression, anxiety, pressure, and emotional detachment.
A Chris Jordan Media Production

WTF Are You Talking About? Episode 5 - P1 "HATE is a Four Letter Word"

In Episode 5, the team is projecting the holistic nature of the world that has been happier, in being more hateful than ever. Individualism versus downright ignorance and dismissal. Words in a global village have changed and allowed the presence of too many toxic communities that are heightened by the power of screaming and shouting and individual agenda on social media in the digital age.

This 2 part episode will focus on hate, self-hate, and religious blasphemous oppression - all that are adding to the ever-growing nuclear apathy of Gen Z.

WTF Are You Talking About? Episode 4 - "Gen Z's Political Apathy"

The world continues to point fingers at an apathetic Gen Z population that has no interest in a political agenda. But the highest form of hypocritical action is the lack of follow-through the world suffers at the hands of our political leaders. How many of the rest of us can honestly say we don't feel the same way?

WTF Are You Talking About? Episode 2 - "Is the Gen Z Voice One We Want to Hear?"

In Episode 2, we have the debate of whether Gen Z finding their voice is worth anything the world is interested in listening to. From internal battles to socio-communication, to the battle (and often suffocation from/by) parental or authority figures. Gen Z is unified as a sole act, but collaboration with the rest of the world does not seem to be in their surface plan of action. We chat more about these issues.

WTF Are You Talking About? Episode 1 - "What Should the World Know...NOW?"

As quoted from Episode 1's Introduction:

Hi, my name is Chris Jordan and I want to welcome you to this podcast series “WTF Are You Talking about?”
I’ll do a quick synopsis, then you can expect a fluid conversation that continues in 6 episodes with 3 Gen-Z representatives to “officially” bridge some kind of middle ground between a generation misunderstood for their instant gratified life views, and unconventional walks to self-actualization in a world that has segregated a need to collaborate with them moving forward.

Throughout this series, we will make light, of yes, certain aspects of this current socio-political conversation, but only to highlight a more serious note, that this series aims to really find out what is it, that makes Gen Z, such a highly emancipated worldview.

One on One with Robin Thicke PART II

Robin Alan Thicke is an American singer, songwriter and record producer. He is best known for his 2013 single "Blurred Lines", which is one of the best-selling singles of all time. At the 56th Annual Grammy Awards, he received nominations for Record of the Year and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.

One-on-One with Robin Thicke PART I

Robin Alan Thicke is an American singer, songwriter, and record producer. He is best known for his 2013 single "Blurred Lines", which is one of the best-selling singles of all time. At the 56th Annual Grammy Awards, he received nominations for Record of the Year and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.

#Kellman - I AM Chris Jordan

Quoted from CliffCentral
"He describes his journey in broadcasting as accidental, what does he mean by this? Find out as Chris Jordan tells his story"

Facts. I was in the cafeteria on Tuks Campus with my 2 best friends eating what students do - a red bull and meat pie. And saw that a table where you could sign up for interviews at Tuks FM. I was studying a BSc in Computer Science, and had absolutely no social skills or blazing personality - so of course, this was for me!

And that's where 22 years later (and still going), this real rollercoaster of following a dream I never knew I ever wanted, began.

Listen to this cool chat I was invited to on CliffCentral. to chat about the journey

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