In this episode, I interview Dara Leng who is better known as Khmer1Jivit. He’s one of the best, if not thee best native tongue rapper of all time. We talked about everything in this interview.
In this episode, I speak to my friend Sean Radiant Son from Philadelphia. Sean is a first generation Khmer immigrant who’s family settled in Camden NJ in the early 80s.
In this special episode. I reconnect with an old friend and Khmer Hip Hop legend, Khmer Kid. We talked about his humble beginnings and what is was like growing up in Chicago in the early 90s. He was born in 1984 at Khao-I-Dang refugee camp and was named after it.
In this episode, I interview Hannah from Atlanta. Hannah is a Khmer American small business owner who started her own online Southeast Asian sarong comfort wear store, The Sarong Company.
Kicking off the New Year with a solid interview of Long Beach’s premiere Hip Hop artist, G Funk Supreme. We talked about what it was like growing up in Eastside Long Beach, California, musical influences, his love for poetry and how he began rapping in middle school.
In this episode, I catchup and interview my long time friend and Hip Hop legend, Rob “Southstar” Campman. If you’re my age, you will definitely remember him from the smash single “Tell Me” from his group Smiles and Southstar.
I chat and catch up with my good friend Michelle Hak of Portland Oregon. Some of you may recognize her from my “Dime” music we released earlier this year. Michelle works in healthcare and during the pandemic, she wanted to start a side hustle doing what she loves, which is eyebrows.
Chad Phuong, better known as Battambong Bob of Cambodian Cuisine. We talk about him growing up in Long Beach, California “Cambodia Town” and how he got into cooking authentic Khmer Food.