How do we talk about the most important issues of the day when the art of conversation seems at an all-time low. Broadcaster, hunter, traveler, and father Michael Grey makes his debut on the podcast to talk about how we can't talk about Charlottesville, how we teach our children to understand other people's opinion and who is the best member of Paw Patrol.
As we kick off the next season of the Incredible Hult podcast Eric Hultgren talks with Katherine and Jason Ley about following their dreams and how the choices in your life may move you to towards those dreams or away from them. How can you find those pathways and make the decisions you need to in order to achieve your dreams?
On the final episode for February we talk to Lead Pastor at Tribes Church and all around amazing human Julian Newman about Hip Hop and religion and how Hip Hop and film differ in the ways in which they talk about race and culture.
Eric Hultgren sits down with Adrian Butler to talk about how AB went from the church choir to Hip Hop, to the DJ booth, to fashion and what effect Hip Hop has had on AB to get him to where he is today.
On episode 2 as we continue to explore the effects of Hip Hop on popular culture we talk to Willie The Kid on his rise from Grand Rapids to Atlanta, his quest to continue to learn and how Hip Hop has fueled his quest to be curious about all the art around him.
We are doing something super exciting this month, McDonald's has partnered with us to explore Hip Hop and its effect on popular culture as we celebrate Black History Month. For our first episode, we talk to Shad Kabango who you might know as an MC, an entrepreneur, or the host of Netflix Hip Hop Evolution. We talk about how he got his start and how he ended up on Netflix and what is the state of Hip Hop in 2017.
What happens when you find your passion, your calling? How does that change you? How does that change your friends? And how does a supportive family help you push out the negative when everyone is telling you that you cannot do something? 4 years ago Amy Larson had never run a race in her life, four days ago she swam the Mighty Mac swim under the Mackinac Bridge how does that journey start and where does it end?
As a fun side project I play in a band and we had a set last week that I thought you might find interesting as a filler episode as we get ready to do a bunch of podcasts for September. Hope you are having a great Labor Day weekend.
Dan Hill an adventurer, journeyman, and curious human whose love of music lead him to the world of...accounting? Dan now lives in LA and is building his next great adventure. You can find him here: