In today’s episode, Espree Devora is going to teach us about being all-in.
She blew through our studio like a whirlwind of positive energy, and told us stories about giving everything she has to her life’s passions, at times, even compromising her health to be “the girl who gets it done.”
Her secrets: Outsource as much as you can, never let fear slow you down, and show people you appreciate them.
Espree also tells us about how her company, We Are LA Tech, is connecting
Mark Sperling is a connector. He connects people to knowledge and each other through his Group Y events and online community. He connects brands to youth culture through action sports and music.
For those familiar with the culture, there are a lot of flashbacks here, from the 432F show to the beginnings of the X-Games, Warped Tour, up to last year’s Complex-Con where Mark led the programming of Complex Conversations.
In our interview, he tells us how he makes it all happe
Nico is better with people than anyone we know. Famous people, rich people, even people like you. That's because he treats everyone like they're important.
He comes by the Rebel Radio studio to tell us how he does it. We take notes. It sounds like a ton of attention to detail and a bit of being genuinely interested in people.
Hear the story of how he went from breaking stuff in London recording studios to slanging bagels after hours to becoming LA's king of the a-list. A
Luggage isn’t an industry you’d think of as ripe for disruption. Unless your name is Netta Shalgi.
Today’s guest set out to make a better suitcase. He started his journey 11 years ago with an idea and some design skills. Fast forward to last year, his G-Ro luggage launch raised over $4 million on Kickstarter. The first bags shipped at the end of the year. They’re dope.
Just making a cool bag with big as wheels wasn’t enough. Netta is out to build a brand that better suits
If you’re in the hip hop business, you have to be down with A3C. Part festival, part conference, it’s been called hip hop’s family reunion. It’s part of the reason Atlanta is the culture’s capital.
Mike Walbert is A3C's executive director. On a recent trip to LA, he stopped by the Rebel Radio studios to give us the lowdown on what it’s like being at the center of hip hop culture in 2017.
He gives us some tips from his journey from college radio DJ to entrepreneur, and how
DJ Skee has retired from more successful careers than most people have ever had. He's been a DJ, producer, marketer, TV host. Mark Cuban called him the Oprah of music and he's been called the Ryan Seacrest of hip-hop. These days, he's the founder of Dash Radio, which aims to be the #1 online radio platform in the world. They're off to a good start: Dash hosts Rebel Radio on the Theory of Mind channel, and also features shows from many of our previous guests: Baka Boyz, DJ Hap
Justin Rezvani wants me to get an Amazon Echo. I don’t want an Amazon Echo. I want Apple to get it’s shit together and make products that blow us all away.
What’s great about Justin is that he isn’t weighted down by all of that nostalgia. His favorite DJs are some guys he heard at Burning Man last year. Not some dude he’s been rooting for for the past three decades. In other words, Justin’s only real passion is success. And it shows.
At 28, he was recently named to Forbes
Jarret Myer is one of our favorite entrepreneurs. He's built at least three successful companies, including Rawkus Records, which helped launch the careers of folks we love, like Mos Def, Talib Kweli, El-P (now of Run the Jewels), High & Mighty, among others. In many ways, Rawkus kept hip-hop rooted in the underground just as it was breaking through to the mainstrem. He also launched and currently runs Uproxx.com, which seeks to bring an insightful perspective to the insanely
This week we bring you a very special recording of our first ever LIVE podcast. Brought to you in partnership with Honda Financial Services.
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Our guest, Jennifer Kushell, came up on stage and told amazing stories from her journey as an entrepreneur — from starting her first business