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KQED’s Forum
South LA Hip Hop Artist and Entrepreneur Nipsey Hussle was “The King of Crenshaw”

KQED’s Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 35:32


The ESPN 30 for 30 podcast, “The King of Crenshaw,” examines the life and legacy of hip hop artist, entrepreneur and son of South Los Angeles Nipsey Hussle told through the lens of his close relationships with professional basketball players. Hosted by Justin Tinsley, a senior writer for ESPN's The Undefeated, the four-part series explores black male friendship, grief, resilience -- and the responsibility that comes with “making it out” of a poor neighborhood and giving back. Hussle was not only famous for his music, but also for the way he used his fame to contribute to his South L.A. neighborhood, mapping out a vision for land ownership and community empowerment before he was tragically murdered in 2019 at 33 years old. It was that spirit and dedication that influenced fellow entertainers and NBA athletes who come from similar backgrounds. Tinsley joins us to discuss “The King of Crenshaw.”

Hoopsology Podcast
Hoopsology Interviews: ESPN The Undefeated's Justin Tinsley and Sports Dissected's George Kiel III

Hoopsology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 58:13


In this edition of Hoopsology, we have two interviews, first Justin and Matt welcome Senior writer w/ ESPN's @TheUndefeated and the host of the latest ESPN 30 for 30 podcast The King of Crenshaw, Justin Tinsley. Justin talks about the creative process behind the production of the King of Crenshaw product which focuses on the connection Nipsey Hussle has with the NBA. T hen Justin talks with Brand Director at Sports Dissected and Co-Founder of coiski (Coy-ski), George Kiel III. Kiel talks about the vision behind the videos he creates for his youtube channel that takes viewers behind the sense of Multimillion-dollar locker rooms, sneaker culture, and more. Please get in touch with the show through email at Hoopsologypod@email.com. Follow Justin Tinsley: https://twitter.com/JustinTinsley Listen to The King of Crenshaw: https://30for30podcasts.com/crenshaw/ Follow George Kiel III here: https://twitter.com/GeorgeKiel3 Follow Sports Dissected on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sportsdissected --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hoopsology/support

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

Sarah talks to ESPN's Justin Tinsley about how his failed attempt to recreate Michael Jordan's flu game, how he met his father by accident, his circuitous path to The Undefeated, and his new podcast The King of Crenshaw about how Nipsey Hussle's life, death, and legacy impacted the sports world.

Around the Horn
Justin Tinsley

Around the Horn

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 60:43


Sarah talks to ESPN's Justin Tinsley about how his failed attempt to recreate Michael Jordan's flu game, how he met his father by accident, his circuitous path to The Undefeated, and his new podcast The King of Crenshaw about how Nipsey Hussle's life, death, and legacy impacted the sports world.

The Right Time with Bomani Jones
Foxworth Friday: Learning the art of debate, Justin Tinsley on 'The King of Crenshaw'

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 58:20


Bomani Jones and Domonique Foxworth chat about the art of the debate and share stories of how they have sharpened their skills over the years against the likes of Around The Horn legends, Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith (1:21). Plus, Bomani's eclectic musical taste (22:53) and Justin Tinsley of The Undefeated joins the guys to chat about his new 30 for 30 podcast about Los Angeles rapper Nipsey Hussle called “The King of Crenshaw” (41:46). The Right Time Recommends... 30 for 30 Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/30-for-30-podcasts/id1244784611

Locked On Lakers - Daily Podcast On The Los Angeles Lakers
Nipsey Hussle's Connection to NBA Culture, the Lakers, Kobe, Los Angeles, and more: Guest Justin Tinsley

Locked On Lakers - Daily Podcast On The Los Angeles Lakers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 38:18


When rapper and native Angeleno Nipsey Hussle was murdered on March 31, 2019, his death didn't just send shock waves throughout Los Angeles and the world of music. It was taken especially hard in the NBA community. Countless players shared thoughts and condolences before and after games, or via social media. The Lakers and Clippers as organizations offered tributes. Nipsey was more than just a musical genius to NBA athletes. He was an innovative philanthropist, businessman and truth teller who'd achieved iconic status at a young age in a very short amount of time. More than two years after his death, Nipsey's absence remains pronounced in basketball circles. To discuss why Nipsey had such a profound effect on the NBA and Los Angeles, Andy Kamenetzky welcomed Justin Tinsley, Senior Culture and Sports Writer at The Undefeated, who helped create "The King of Crenshaw," a multi-episode series for ESPN's 30 for 30 Podcasts. DeMar DeRozan, DeMarcus Cousins and Isaiah Thomas are among the NBA voices reflecting on Nipsey's influence and resonance. Andy and Justin discuss topics ranging from the rapper's love of basketball, how growing up in Los Angeles shaped him, and the commonalities between Nipsey and Kobe Bryant. Host: Andy Kamenetzky SEGMENT 1: Andy and Justin discuss Nipsey's love of basketball (including a scouting report of him on the court!), and what made Nipsey's life so compelling. SEGMENT 2: Andy and Justin discuss what Nipsey mean to NBA players, and what Los Angeles meant to Nipsey. SEGMENT 3: Andy and Justin discuss the similarities Nipsey and Kobe share as Los Angeles icons, and what his musical influence might be generations from now. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code LockedOn, or at Amazon and CVS. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

730 The Game ESPN Charlotte
SC CLT – Justin Tinsley – “Nipsey (Hussle) in a lot of ways was the American dream”

730 The Game ESPN Charlotte

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 15:49


Justin Tinsley of ESPN and The Undefeated joins SC-CLT to discuss “The King of Crenshaw”, a 4 part podcast series presented by ESPN’s 30 for 30 Podcasts and The Undefeated that focuses on how the late Nipsey Hussle's life, death Read More

30 For 30 Podcasts
THE KING OF CRENSHAW Episode 1: To Live and Die in LA

30 For 30 Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 46:25


When Nipsey Hussle was murdered on March 31, 2019 in front of his South LA clothing store, the tragedy elicited immediate tributes across industries, walks of life, and international borders. One world in particular where the news resonated on a personal level — the NBA, where Hussle had long, deep and authentic ties. For the host Justin Tinsley and many young Black men in the league, like DeMar DeRozan, Isaiah Thomas, and Demarcus Cousins, Nipsey was far more than a rapper who wrote the score to their lives. Hip hop has always been woven with basketball in one way or another, but why was this particular connection so deep? What was it about Nipsey Hussle that made him so much more than a friend, but rather an inspiration and beacon of light they carry with them for the rest of their lives?

30 For 30 Podcasts
TRAILER: THE KING OF CRENSHAW

30 For 30 Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 3:09


The King of Crenshaw is a four-part podcast series that will focus on how the late Nipsey Hussle's life, death, and legacy deeply impacted the sports world. This series aims to examine how that overlap of Black male creativity, talent, and ambition will forever live on in Nipsey's responsibility to his neighborhood. And how NBA players are vowing to continue his marathon moving forward. From 30 for 30 Podcasts and The Undefeated. Hosted by Justin Tinsley, Senior Reporter for The Undefeated. Original music for the series by 1500 or Nothin'. All four episodes available August 23, 2021.

ESPN Daily
RE-AIR: How Two Detroit Lions Inspired Marvin Gaye's “What's Going On”

ESPN Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 37:47


You know and love the Marvin Gaye song “What's Going On,” which turned 50 this year. But do you know the background voices on the hit song belong to two Detroit Lions? The Motown superstar developed a deep friendship with NFL players Mel Farr and Lem Barney, and it led to music history. Plus the story gets even better, as Farr and Barney helped Marvin Gaye take his dream of playing pro football to the next level. Justin Tinsley joins the show to tell the amazing story of football's role in Marvin Gaye's turbulent life.

Family Twine
Playing With A Fuller Deck

Family Twine

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2021 27:40


The Blazers are tied w/the Nuggets 2-2 in their best of 7 series and we talk about what went right and what went wrong over the last three games.  We also look ahead to Game 5 to discuss what adjustments can still pay dividends and what new things we should be looking for.  Finally, we use The Undefeated's Justin Tinsley's - 2-1-1 theory for playoff victories and how it works in the Blazers favor.Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/familytwine or drop us an email at familytwinepodcast@gmail.com.Special thanks to Andreas Moll for the intro and outro music, https://pixabay.com/music/alternative-andreas-woll-onionizer-2005/

ESPN Daily
How Two Detroit Lions Inspired Marvin Gaye’s “What’s Going On”

ESPN Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 37:39


You know and love the Marvin Gaye song “What’s Going On,” which turned 50 this month. But do you know the background voices on the hit song belong to two Detroit Lions? The Motown superstar developed a deep friendship with NFL players Mel Farr and Lem Barney, and it led to music history. Plus the story gets even better, as Farr and Barney helped Marvin Gaye take his dream of playing pro football to the next level. Justin Tinsley joins the show to tell the amazing story of football’s role in Marvin Gaye’s turbulent life, also a Sports Center feature and 2017 story for The Undefeated.

Here & Now
DMX's Everlasting Legacy; Terence Blanchard's 'Da 5 Bloods' Score

Here & Now

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2021 42:59


Jazz composer Terence Blanchard is nominated for an Oscar for Best Original Score for his work on Spike Lee's "Da 5 Bloods." He joins us. And, rapper DMX has died but his legacy will live forever. The Undefeated's Justin Tinsley explains the lessons to embrace from DMX's life and death.

BOMM: Black Opinions Matter
BOMM: Uncovered

BOMM: Black Opinions Matter

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2021 62:54


Amin, Blk Tray, Big Wos and Jerv welcome friend of the show Justin Tinsley to the program. The guys bring Tins on to discuss his recent article on Haitian Jack stemming from the release of the Hulu docuseries ‘Hip-Hop Uncovered’. The guys also discuss ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ and Fred Hampton before they close with some thoughts about the latest from Dave Chappelle. WATCH THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE: Youtube.com.countthedings1 - HIP HOP UNCOVERED (1:40)- JUDAS AND THE BLACK MESSIAH (26:30)- DAVE CHAPPELLE (48:35) BOMM Hotline: 9142698547 Produced by Rob Lopez  Sign up for The Athletic: TheAthletic.com/dingsSupport us on www.patreon.com/countthedingsFind us: www.countthedings.comSocial: @countthedings @bommpodcastFacebook: www.facebook.com/countthedings

Afro Pop Remix
1995: A Nation of Millions - Spcl Gst Terrence

Afro Pop Remix

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2020 149:48


Topics: Million Man March, TLC, Friday, UPN (Bonus Artist: Luck Pacheco) http://afropopremix.com   1995 Notes   1.    Snapshots   2.    President: Bill Clinton   3.    Jan - The WB Television Network and The United Paramount Network (UPN) launches.   4.    Mar - Yahoo! was incorporated and soon became the first popular online directory and search engine on the World Wide Web.   5.    Mar - Mississippi ratifies the Thirteenth Amendment, becoming the last state to approve the abolition of slavery. The amendment was nationally ratified in 1865. Until February 7, 2013, the state of Mississippi had never submitted the required documentation to ratify the Thirteenth Amendment, meaning it never officially abolished slavery.   6.    Mar - Eric Lynn Wright (September 7, 1964 – March 26, 1995), known professionally as Eazy-E is suddenly hospitalized, diagnosed with AIDS, and dies due to its complications.   7.    Apr - Oklahoma City bombing: 168 people, including 8 Federal Marshals and 19 children, are killed at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. Timothy McVeigh and one of his accomplices, Terry Nichols, set off the bomb.   8.    May - In Culpeper, Virginia, actor Christopher Reeve is paralyzed from the neck down after falling from his horse in a riding competition. [See - “Superman Curse”]   9.    Sep - Rock and Roll Hall of Fame opens.   10.    Oct - The Million Man March is held in Washington, D.C. The event was conceived by Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan.   11.    Dec - The presidents of Bosnia, Serbia, and Croatia sign a peace treaty in Paris, ending a three-and-a-half-year war.   12.    Music Snapshots   13.    #1 "Gangsta's Paradise", Coolio featuring L.V.   14.    #2 "Waterfalls", TLC   15.    #3 "Creep", TLC   16.    Record of the Year: "Kiss From a Rose", Seal   17.    Album of the Year: Jagged Little Pill, Alanis Morissette   18.    Song of the Year: "Kiss From a Rose", Seal   19.    Best New Artist: Hootie & the Blowfish   20.    Best Female R&B: Anita Baker for "I Apologize"   21.    Best Male R&B: Stevie Wonder for "For Your Love"   22.    Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group: TLC for "Creep"   23.    Best R&B Song: Stevie Wonder (songwriter) for "For Your Love"   24.    Best R&B Album: TLC for CrazySexyCool   25.    Best Rap Solo: "Gangsta's Paradise", Coolio   26.    Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group: "I'll Be There for You/You're All I Need to Get By", Method Man featuring Mary J. Blige   27.    Best Rap Album: Poverty's Paradise, Naughty by Nature   28.    Movie Snapshots   29.    #1 Die Hard with a Vengeance   30.    #2 Toy Story   31.    #3 Apollo 13   32.    Notables: Higher Learning, Major Payne, Bad Boys, New Jersey Drive, Friday, Braveheart, Batman Forever, Pocahontas, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie, Clueless, Waterworld, Mortal Kombat, The Tuskegee Airmen, The Usual Suspects, Seven, Dead Presidents, The American President, Casino, Money Train, Heat, Waiting to Exhale.   33.    TV Snapshots   34.    Top TV Shows   35.    #1 ER   36.    #2 Seinfeld   37.    #3 Friends   38.    Debuts: The Wayans Bros. (WB), The Parent 'Hood (WB), Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel (still airing), In the House   39.    Economic Snapshots   40.    Income = 35.9k (Previously 37K)   41.    House = 113.1K (119)   42.    Car = 15.5k (12.5)   43.    Rent = 550 (533)   44.    Harvard = 26.2k (24.9)   45.    Movie = 4.35 (4)   46.    Gas = 1.12 (1.09)   47.    Stamp .32 (.29)   48.    Social Scene: Million Man March   49.    A political demonstration in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 16, 1995, to promote African American unity and family values. Estimates of the number of marchers, most of whom were African American men, ranged from 400,000 to nearly 1.1 million, ranking it among the largest gatherings of its kind in American history.   50.    Several African American leaders did not support the march, including Mary Frances Berry, chairman of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, and Rep. John Lewis, the latter of whom saw Farrakhan’s message as an effort to “resegregate America.”   51.    Comments:   52.    Featured Speaker: Louis Farrakhan, @62 yrs old   53.    Born Louis Eugene Wolcott on May 11, 1933, in New York City, New York, to Sarah Mae Manning and Percival Clark. His parents separated even before he was born.   54.    He did not know his biological father and was brought up by his stepfather Louis Wolcott. The death of his stepfather in 1936 led to the relocation of his family to Boston, Massachusetts.   55.    From an early age, he received rigorous training in violin, so much so that by the time he turned 13 he had mastered the instrument and was playing along with the ‘Boston College Orchestra’ and ‘Boston Civic Symphony.’   56.    In his first year as a teenager, he became one of the first black performers to appear on the ‘Ted Mack Original Amateur Hour. ‘The following year, he had two national level victories under his belt.   57.    He attended the prestigious ‘Boston Latin School’ after which he was admitted to ‘English High School. ‘After graduating from ‘English High School,’ he enrolled for a three-year course at the ‘Winston-Salem Teachers College’ on a track scholarship.   58.    Starting from the 1950s, he pursued a career in music. He recorded several calypso albums under the pseudonym ‘The Charmer. ‘He toured frequently since the release of his first album. In 1955, he organized a show titled ‘Calypso Follies’ in Chicago.   59.    Interestingly, one of his songs remained a chartbuster and on top of the ‘Billboard Chart’ for five years in a row.   60.    It was while pursuing his professional music career that he was first exposed to the teachings of ‘Nation of Islam’ through his friend and saxophonist Rodney Smith.   61.    Later, Elijah Muhammad invited him to attend the Nation of Islam’s annual ‘Saviours' Day’ address. Inspired by the discourse, he resolved to be a member of ‘Nation of Islam’ (NOI) in 1955. (@22)   62.    He fulfilled all the requirements to become a registered Muslim/ registered believer/ registered laborer of NOI. Subsequently, he received an approval by the NOI headquarter in July 1955.   63.    Initially known by the name Louis X, his name was later changed to the ‘holy name’ Louis Farrakhan. A derivative of the Arabic word furqan, which means "The Criterion". He gave up on a music career and dedicated his life to the ‘Nation of Islam.’   64.    Within a span of nine months, he worked his way up and started serving as the assistant minister to Malcolm X, who was heading the Muhammad’s Temple of Islam in Boston at that time.   65.    He was soon made the minister as Malcom X was shifted to the Temple of Muhammad in Harlem, New York. Farrakhan replaced Malcom X as the minister at the Boston Temple.   66.    Malcolm X was assassinated on 21 February 1965 and Farrakhan profited from it as he was appointed to two prominent positions in NOI. (@32)   67.    He was appointed to the chair of the minister of the influential Harlem Mosque in 1965, a position which he held until 1975. Furthermore, he became the national spokesman and representative of NOI and served in this position until Elijah Muhammad’s death in 1975.   68.    In 1975, the Nation's leadership chose Wallace Muhammad, also known as Warith Deen Mohammad, the fifth of Elijah Muhammad's sons, not Farrakhan, as the new Supreme Minister.   69.    Though Farrakhan remained a loyalist of the Muhammad clan for some time, in 1977 he withdrew his support from the organization and rebuilt the original ‘Nation of Islam’ which had been established by its founders.   70.    Soon after its foundation, he started a weekly newspaper by the name ‘The Final Call, Inc.’ The objective of this initiation was to communicate his views and thoughts to the supporters and members.   71.    Two years later, along with his supporters, he organized the first ‘Saviours’ Day’ convention in Chicago. His group promised to walk by the principles of Elijah Muhammad.   72.    Throughout his leadership, he blamed the Jewish community and other ethnic and racial groups for the sufferings endured by African Americans.   73.    In October of 1995, he planned a broad coalition, intending to assemble about one million men in Washington DC for the ‘Million Man March.’   74.    At the convention, he was the keynote speaker along with distinguished African American intellectuals, such as Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King III, Cornel West, Jesse Jackson, and Benjamin Chavis.   75.    Question: Who else could pull this off today? Where have our leaders gone? (Besides Obama)   76.    Music Scene   77.    #1 "Gangsta's Paradise", Coolio featuring L.V.   78.    #2 "Waterfalls", TLC   79.    #3 "Creep", TLC   80.    #4 "Kiss from a Rose", Seal   81.    #5 "On Bended Knee", Boyz II Men   82.    #6 "Another Night", Real McCoy   83.    #7 "Fantasy", Mariah Carey   84.    #9 "Don't Take It Personal (Just One of Dem Days)", Monica   85.    #10 "This Is How We Do It", Montell Jordan   86.    #11 "I Know", Dionne Farris   87.    #12 "Water Runs Dry", Boyz II Men   88.    #13 "Freak Like Me", Adina Howard   89.    #15 "I Can Love You Like That", All-4-One   90.    #18 "Boombastic" / "In the Summertime", Shaggy   91.    #20 "You Gotta Be", Des'ree   92.    #21 "You Are Not Alone", Michael Jackson   93.    #23 "One More Chance", The Notorious B.I.G.   94.    #24 "Here Comes the Hotstepper", Ini Kamoze   95.    #25 "Candy Rain", Soul for Real   96.    #27 "I Believe", Blessid Union of Souls   97.    #28 "Red Light Special", TLC   98.    #29 "Runaway", Janet Jackson   99.    #31 "Colors of the Wind", Vanessa Williams   100.    #32 "Someone to Love", Jon B.   101.    #34 "If You Love Me", Brownstone   102.    #36 "I Got 5 on It", Luniz   103.    #37 "Baby", Brandy   104.    #40 "He's Mine", MoKenStef   105.    Vote:   106.    Jan - My Life, Mary J. Blige   107.    Feb - Cocktails, Too Short   108.    Mar - Safe + Sound, DJ Quik   109.    Apr - Me Against the World, 2Pac   110.    Apr - Friday, Soundtrack   111.    Jun - Poverty's Paradise, Naughty by Nature   112.    Jul - HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I, Michael Jackson   113.    Jul - Operation Stackola, Luniz   114.    Aug - The Show, the After Party, the Hotel, Jodeci   115.    Aug - E. 1999 Eternal, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony   116.    Sep - The Show, Soundtrack   117.    Oct - 4,5,6, Kool G Rap   118.    Oct - Daydream, Mariah Carey   119.    Oct - Doe or Die, AZ   120.    Nov - Dogg Food, Tha Dogg Pound   121.    Dec - R. Kelly, R. Kelly   122.    Dec - Waiting to Exhale, Soundtrack   123.    Vote:   124.    Featured Artists: TLC   125.    Tionne Tenese Watkins (@25) was born on April 26, 1970, in Des Moines, Iowa, into a family of African American, Native American and Irish descent. Both her parents, James and Gayle Watkins, were musicians and singers.   126.    Her parents divorced when she was three years old. Thereafter, she was raised by her mother, who taught her to be “confident and independent”. At the age of nine, they moved to Atlanta, Georgia, where her maternal grandmother used to live.   127.    As a child, she was diagnosed with sickle cell anemia (SCA), as a result of which, she had to spend a lot of time in hospitals.   128.    As a teenager, she began working as a hair model, eventually serving as a manicurist and shampoo girl at a popular Atlanta hair salon.   129.    In 1990, (@20) Tionne Watkins heard that a teenager named Crystal Clear was planning to open an all-girls group like Bell Biv DeVoe, having a tomboyish, hip-hop image. Eventually, she appeared for an audition and joined the three-member band, the third one being Lisa Lopes.   130.    Calling themselves ‘2nd Nature’, they soon started working with Jermaine Dupri and Rico Wade on demo tape material.   131.    Meanwhile, Watkins met Perri "Pebbles" Reid, the owner of the management and production company, Pebbitone, and managed to arrange an audition with her.   132.    Impressed by the girls, Reid arranged an audition with the local record label, LaFace Records, co-founded by her then husband Antonio Reid and Kenneth “Babyface” Edmund. She also changed the group’s name to TLC with ‘T’ representing Tionne, ‘L’ Lisa, and ‘C’ Crystal.   133.    Although Antonio Reid was impressed by Watkins and Lopes, he did not approve of Clear, who was eventually replaced by Rozonda Thomas in April 1991. Very soon, Watkins became "T-Boz", Lopes became "Left-Eye", and Thomas became "Chilli”, so that ‘TLC’ continued to be the acronym of their names.   134.    Their debut album, 'Ooooooohhh... On the TLC Tip' was released on February 25, 1992, by LaFace Records. It peaked at number 14 on the US Billboard 200, selling six million copies worldwide, and was certified quadruple platinum RIAA.   135.    'Ooooooohhh... On the TLC Tip' scored three top-ten singles on the Billboard Hot 100 with ‘Baby-Baby-Baby’ peaking at number two, ‘Ain't 2 Proud 2 Beg’ at number six and ‘What About Your Friends’ at number seven. Moreover, ‘Baby-Baby-Baby’ also peaked at number one at Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks.   136.    In 1993, the group started working on their second album, ‘CrazySexyCool’. But because of Lisa’s personal problems, it took time to complete and was ultimately released on September 15, 1994.   137.    Certified Diamond, the album was a huge success, peaking at the 3rd position on the US Billboard 200. It sold over 11 million copies in the United States alone. The album was nominated for six Grammy Awards, out of which it won two and helped TLC to become the second-best selling girl group of all time.   138.    Billboard named them the ‘Artist of the Year’ at the Billboard Music Awards. The album also appeared on Rolling Stone Magazine’s ’500 Greatest Albums of All Time’.   139.    Despite the success, TLC was forced to file for bankruptcy because of poor contracts they had signed in 1991. Eventually, the group signed a new contract with the same company and went back to work.   140.    Rozonda Ocelian Thomas (@24) was born on 27th February 1971 in Atlanta, Georgia to Abdul Ali and Ava Thomas. Her mother is of African American as well as Native American descent, while her father is of East Indian and Middle Eastern Background. She was raised by a single mother and did not meet her father until she was 25.   141.    Thomas studied at Benjamin E. Mays High School, from where she graduated in 1989. Soon she started working as a back-up dancer for the R&B group Damian Dame.   142.    In 1991, (@20) Rozonda Thomas joined the pop group TLC.   143.    Lisa Nicole Lopes (@24) was born on May 27, 1971, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her father was Ronald Lopes Sr., a staff sergeant in the US Army, and her mother was Wanda Denise, a seamstress. She was of Cape Verdean, Mexican, American, African and Portuguese descent. She was the eldest of three siblings. Her parents divorced when she was in school. Following this, she was raised by her paternal grandmother.   144.    At the age of five, she began playing the piano and eventually started composing songs over the next few years. She studied at the Philadelphia School for Girls.   145.    In late 1990, having heard of an open casting call for a new girl group through her then-boyfriend, Lopes moved to Atlanta to audition.   146.    Lopes’ personal life, though, was marred by her rocky relationship with football great Andre Rison, and in 1994, she was arrested for burning down his home.   147.    In 2000, she began her solo-project ‘Supernova’ which was set to be released in August 2001. However, the date was postponed repeatedly. It was eventually broadcast over the internet in 2002. The album was yet to be released formally and a fourth TLC project was in the making, when Lopes met with a tragic car accident in 2002 which unfortunately put an end to her life.  she was just 30 years old.   148.    Question: Is the WAP controversy justified?   149.    Movie Scene: Friday 1995 film   150.    (Links and Resources: Strong Black Legends: John Witherspoon; "John Witherspoon's Style of Comedy was Timeless," Justin Tinsley, The Undefeated; Gene Siskel's review, Chicago Tribune; Desson Howe's review, Washington Post; "After 20 Years, Friday Is (Still) The Most Important Film Ever Made About The Hood," Kelley L. Carter, BuzzFeed; "John Witherspoon Made Every Scene Better," Rembert Brown, New York Times; Review by Lisa Schwarzbaum, Entertainment Weekly. - Find additional episodes, leave a comment, or make a donation to support the podcast at unaffiliatedcritic.com.)   151.    Reviews:   152.    Gene Siskel: For all of the shouting, mugging and rap music, a surprisingly dull comic yarn about a young man (Ice Cube) trying to survive in the 'hood. Colorful characters abound, but nothing ties them together. I knew the picture was in trouble when its first gag involved an old lady spewing obscenities. (Rating: 1 star)   153.    By Desson Howe, Washington Post Staff Writer - April 28, 1995: "Friday," a comedy starring Ice Cube and Chris Tucker, is dirty, offensive, infantile and may launch a few sanctimonious opinion columns. And I mean that in the nicest way. The movie, which shamelessly hawks its own "Friday" music video at the beginning and eschews political correctness whenever possible, happens to be incredibly funny.   154.    After 20 Years, “Friday” Is (Still) The Most Important Film Ever Made About The Hood: - Kelley L. Carter, BuzzFeed News Reporter. Posted April 20, 2015.   155.    “...Todd Boyd, a professor at the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts as well as screenwriter and producer of the 1999 coming-of-age drama The Wood, says that Friday didn't just add an element of comedy to depictions of everyday life in black neighborhoods, it spawned a new genre — the hood comedy.   156.    “The film demonstrated that black life was not all drugs, violence, dysfunction, and pathology — yet instead of offering a Cosby Show-like fantasy, Friday put these issues in context, finding humor in the everyday lives of regular black people,” he explains. “Since the 1970s, Hollywood has always looked favorably upon low-budget black films that produce high profit margins at the box office. Friday expanded the representation of the hood into the realm of comedy and achieved box office success at the same time.” 157.    Other hood comedies that followed include: 1996’s satire Don’t Be a Menace While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood, 1998’s The Player’s Club (Cube wrote and directed it), 2001’s How High, and 2002’s Barbershop, the latter of which Cube starred in.   158.    Question: Friday or Carwash? - Chris Tucker or Mike Epps?   159.    TV Scene   160.    “Was UPN Black America’s Last Hope for a Black Sitcom-Friendly Broadcast Television Network?” April 20, 2017 - https://shadowandact.com   161.    “...Since ABC’s "Black-ish" debuted this fall, it has drawn numerous comparisons to "The Cosby Show" — and I have questions. I wonder why the majority of essays and critiques jumped to a show that has been off-air for 22 years. Although few television shows rivaled the mainstream popularity of Bill Cosby’s chef d’oeuvre, plenty of Black sitcoms have filled its gap since its 1992 finale. Does no one remember the quasi-Black glory of United Paramount Network (UPN)? And can there ever be another like it?   162.    From 1995 to 2006 UPN was the home for over 10 concurrently running Black sitcoms (and a handful of dramas). Given the sheer volume of programming, that’s remarkable in and of itself. But perhaps what is more noteworthy than the number of shows is the range of Black life they displayed.   163.    "All of Us," produced by Will and Jada Pinkett Smith’s Overbrook Entertainment, centered on a blended family of two divorced spouses and their significant others. The Essence Atkins and Rachel True-helmed "Half & Half" explored the relationship between two estranged half-sisters. "Moesha" was UPN’s most successful sitcom during its five-year run and introduced America to another beloved, nuclear Black family besides the Huxtables. Other notable UPN sitcoms included "One on One," "The Parkers," "Eve," and "Malcolm & Eddie."   164.    UPN actively sought programming aimed for Black audiences at a time when Black mainstays from the Big Three networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC) were waning. "Family Matters" was cancelled from ABC’s coveted TGIF lineup in 1998. Fox declined to extend Martin Lawrence’s eponymously named sitcom the previous year. The major networks were beginning to narrow their viewership to exclude all-Black casting on their sitcoms. Not only were Black actors finding work on shows sold to UPN, but established Black producer-writers like Eunetta T. Boone and Ralph Farquhar found a home as well.   165.    Despite—and maybe because of—its friendliness to Black programming, UPN suffered from a reputation as a sub-par network. The ratings for their sitcoms often scraped the bottom of the Nielsen barrel. UPN is remembered more for its utter failures ("Homeboys in Outer Space") and ignored when we fondly recall the glory of "Girlfriends."   166.    “UPN took the rejects. UPN was 'the Black channel,'” we joke. UPN may not have been perfect, but it gave Black audiences so much to choose from without feeling as if one show had to represent the totality of Blackness.   167.    Accordingly, "Black-ish" has a lot riding on its success. Black audiences tune in hoping big wigs take notice and order more Black sitcoms. But it is telling that major networks began a “blackout” of successful Black cast shows in the late 90s and The CW essentially did the same a decade later.   168.    "Black-ish" could be the start of another heyday for Black sitcoms. We reach backward to "The Cosby Show" because we love it best and we always will. But in doing so, we ignore the stable of Black shows that kept us laughing long after The Huxtables faded to black. However, the success of "Black-ish" will remain singular until executives reexamine their beliefs about African American audiences; we need them, like UPN once did, to give us a chance. I just hope it doesn’t take another decade.   169.    Other Notable UPN Shows: Everybody Hates Chris 2005 / Girlfriends 2000 / All of Us 2003 / Moesha 1996 / The Parkers 1999 / Malcolm and Eddie 1996 / In The House 1995 / Between Brothers 1997 /   170.    Other Notable WB Shows: The WB The Wayans Brothers 1995 / The Parent 'Hood 1995 / Steve Harvey Show 1996 / The Jamie Foxx Show 1996 / Smart Guy 1997 / MIB Animated 1997 / The PJs 1999   171.    Question: What the hell is wrong with BET?   172.    Vote: Best/most important/favorite pop culture item from 1995?

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The CJ Silas Show on ESPN Radio 1280

Driver Bubba Wallace is helping to change the face of NASCAR. The Undefeated's Justin Tinsley joined CJ to discuss Wallace's impact. Thanks to all my partners: Dr. Daniel Lapidus & Larry Ackerman, Dr. Brad Kurgis of Kurgis Dermatology, California Fresh Markets, Rex Stevens @ The SLO Wellness Center, Costa de Oro Winery, Avila Bay Athletic Club & Spa, Joy of Shell Beach, and Michael Moore Sports Recovery.

The CJ Silas Show on ESPN Radio 1280
The CJ Silas Show 6-24-20 (Justin Tinsley)

The CJ Silas Show on ESPN Radio 1280

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2020 51:46


Senior writer Justin Tinsley from The Undefeated shares his perspective on racial injustice, the BLM movement, and Nascar's chance to be #bethechange Thanks to all my partners: Dr. Daniel Lapidus & Larry Ackerman, Dr. Brad Kurgis of Kurgis Dermatology, California Fresh Markets, Rex Stevens @ The SLO Wellness Center, Costa de Oro Winery, Avila Bay Athletic Club & Spa, Joy of Shell Beach, and Michael Moore Sports Recovery.

Under the Hood Podcast
Jason Reid/Justin Tinsley 5/20/20

Under the Hood Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2020 49:57


"Hat in the House": We talk NFL's diversity plan with Jason Reid and "The Last Dance" and Stevie Wonder with Justin Tinsley in "Tales From The Hood".

ESPN Chicago GameNight
5/20 8PM: Jason Reid/Justin Tinsley

ESPN Chicago GameNight

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2020 49:57


"Hat in the House": We talk NFL's diversity plan with Jason Reid and "The Last Dance" and Stevie Wonder with Justin Tinsley in "Tales From The Hood".

ESPN Daily
Michael Jordan, Race and Activism: "Republicans Buy Sneakers, Too"

ESPN Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2020 28:32


"Republicans buy sneakers too." It's considered by many as Michael Jordan's most infamous quote, a jab that showed how his commercial interests stacked up against politics or social and racial justice. Episode 5 of "The Last Dance" docuseries focuses on Jordan's history and legacy around these issues, with MJ confirming he did indeed say those cutting words. Jesse Washington wrote about the origins and ripple effects of Jordan's comments for The Undefeated, and today he shares his reporting. Plus, Justin Tinsley shares a personal story of watching Jordan's last championship, and the end of a family era.

ESPN Podcasts
Michael Jordan, Race and Activism: "Republicans Buy Sneakers, Too"

ESPN Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2020 28:32


"Republicans buy sneakers too." It's considered by many as Michael Jordan's most infamous quote, a jab that showed how his commercial interests stacked up against politics or social and racial justice. Episode 5 of "The Last Dance" docuseries focuses on Jordan's history and legacy around these issues, with MJ confirming he did indeed say those cutting words. Jesse Washington wrote about the origins and ripple effects of Jordan's comments for The Undefeated, and today he shares his reporting. Plus, Justin Tinsley shares a personal story of watching Jordan's last championship, and the end of a family era.

Gurvey's Law
Super Sunday: The Intersection of Law and Sports

Gurvey's Law

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2020 54:42


It's our very own Super Bowl spectacular! ( And, this is a show you won't want to miss, as a super panel featuring Colin Kaepernick's attorney Ben Meiselas, former 49er and Eagle Joselio Hanson, and ESPN reporter Justin Tinsley join Alan to talk about the intersection of law, life... and sports! Hear the panel talk about the Kobe Bryant tragedy, the NFL waiver issue, racism in sports, the Houston Astros cheating scandal, and, as a special super bonus, listen to an exclusive interview with Ben Meiselas' client Akim Aliu—direct from the Czech Republic! Akim will talk to the illustrious panel about what has happened since he went public about his former coach and former Calgary Flames coach Bill Peter's racist rant against him and how it has impacted the NHL. Don't miss Gurvey's Law on Sundays at 5 p.m. on KABC-AM 790 TalkRadio and streaming live on kabc.com!‬ #superbowl #nhl #nfl #talkradio #interview #kobe

BOMM: Black Opinions Matter
BOMM DECADE AWARDS: Best comeback, Most Disappointing, One-Hit Wonders

BOMM: Black Opinions Matter

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2019 48:09


Starring: Tray, Jerv  Special guest: Justin Tinsley    Rundown:  Intro (0:30) Pigskin banter (4:20) Best comeback (15:55) Most Disappointing (36:00) One-hit wonders (43:00) JackBoys   BOMM OVERFLOW AVAILABLE ON PATREON   BOMM Hotline: 9142698547   Produced by Rob Lopez  Sign up for The Athletic: TheAthletic.com/dings Support us on www.patreon.com/countthedings Find us: www.countthedings.com Social: @countthedings @back2backpod @bommpodcast Facebook: www.facebook.com/countthedings

BOMM: Black Opinions Matter
BOMM: My Love Goes Bang Bang Bang

BOMM: Black Opinions Matter

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2019 66:13


Amin, Big Wos, Blk Tray, Justin Tinsley   Rundown:  Intro (0:00) Chicken Sandwich problems (5:15 ) Remembering John Witherspoon (27:00) ‘Dolemite is my Name’ (42:00) Eddie Murphy’s return (52:00) Gospel Album Kanye   outro   BOMM OVERFLOW AVAILABLE ON PATREON - Watchmen and Power recaps   BOMM Hotline: 9142698547   Produced by Rob Lopez  Sign up for The Athletic: TheAthletic.com/dings Support us on www.patreon.com/countthedings Find us: www.countthedings.com Social: @back2backpod @countthedings Facebook: www.facebook.com/countthedings

BOMM: Black Opinions Matter
BOMM: Delirious

BOMM: Black Opinions Matter

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2019 58:32


Amin, Blk Tray, Jerv with special appearances from Big Wos and Justin Tinsley    Rundown:  Intro (0:30) NBA Street (10:15) ‘LIFE’ (18:00) The Eddie Murphy Debate (45:00) POWER outro   Righteous Gemstones, Stacy Dash’s arrest and Dame vs Shaq rap battle on the overflow available on Patreon.   BOMM Hotline: 9142698547   Produced by Rob Lopez  Sign up for The Athletic: TheAthletic.com/dings Support us on www.patreon.com/countthedings Find us: www.countthedings.com Social: @back2backpod @countthedings Facebook: www.facebook.com/countthedings

Under the Hood Podcast
"No Game" - Justin Tinsley- Theundefeated.com-#Richpaulrule -8/13/19

Under the Hood Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2019 47:02


Under The Hood: Hour 1: Justin Tinsley: 8/13/19 "No Game!": Jonathan Hood talks about 6 teams that the Bears should be wary of in the NFC, plus, #RichPaulRule, Cowboys contracts, Bears offense and "1 Question" w/ Aaron Dodson".

Outside The Lines
Tea Time

Outside The Lines

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2019 22:35


Kate Markgraf talks USWNT in the World Cup finals and Alex Morgan's tea celebration. Plus, Justin Tinsley on the Nike controversy surrounding a pair of shoes.

BOMM: Black Opinions Matter
BOMM: Tupac Rebuttal, Situation in Sudan

BOMM: Black Opinions Matter

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2019 70:29


Amin, Blk Tray, Jerv, Justin Tinsley, Jason Madison   Rundown: (4:00) Tinsley defends Tupac (26:00) Does Pac have a classic? (34:00) Where does he rank? (41:00) LL Cool J vs Snoop Dogg (45:00) Biggie’s Impact on Jay Z (56:00) Unrest in Sudan   outro   Produced by Rob Lopez Sign up for The Athletic: TheAthletic.com/dings Support us on www.patreon.com/countthedings Find us: www.countthedings.com Social: @back2backpod @countthedings Facebook: www.facebook.com/countthedings

Light Skinned Opinions
They call me Smeck

Light Skinned Opinions

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2019 56:42


Welcome back to the Light Skinned Opinions Podcast!! On this episode the fellas are back together and we brought Justin Tinsley from "The Undefeated" with us to get his opinion on a variety of sports topics. He also discusses his article about "Uncle Phil" and his impact on black culture. Later we talk about Ayesha Curry's comments and how we feel about women looking for extra attention when in a relationship. We also discuss current news and political topics. Its a good time!!   Listen, Rate, Review Enjoy

Rhoden Fellows: HBCU 468
Joshua Miles

Rhoden Fellows: HBCU 468

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2019 56:01


This week on the Rhoden Fellows podcast, Isaiah, Deja and Bill speak with Joshua Miles. The Morgan State alum was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals in April. They also speak with Undefeated culture writer, Justin Tinsley about John Singleton and Taylor Swift.

The Miami Heat Beat Podcast
204: Long Live Dwyane Wade w/ Justin Tinsley (The Undefeated)

The Miami Heat Beat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2019 58:08


We celebrate Dwyane Wade in his final NBA game, and Justin Tinsley of the Undefeated joins us to talk about his story, “A trio of legendary nights with Dwyane Wade as he says goodbye to the NBA.”

BOMM: Black Opinions Matter
BOMM: The Notorious Debate

BOMM: Black Opinions Matter

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2019 60:29


BOMM featuring: BLK Tray, John Jervay, Kev the Barber, Justin Tinsley    Rundown: Tray’s vacation Michael Jackson ‘Finding Neverland’ documentary MJ’s Business decisions Happy Birthday Kev Drinks of choice Kev’s Beef with Biggie Notorious BIG’s Death Tupac vs Biggie = LeBron vs Jordan? Who’s the GOAT? Jay Z or Biggie Where does Tupac rank?   Produced by Rob Lopez   Support us on www.patreon.com/countthedings Find us: www.countthedings.com Social: @back2backpod @countthedings Facebook: www.facebook.com/countthedings

This Week in Dystopia
Politics & the Playbook

This Week in Dystopia

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 5, 2019 38:03


In episode 20, we asked, can you keep politics out of football? The answer was a resounding no. Not only are politics a part of contemporary sports culture, but politics is woven throughout sports and entertainment history. Host Chris Robichaud sits down with Justin Tinsley, a writer at ESPN's Undefeated, to talk about social activism in sports and pop culture. The conversation touches on everything from Jackie Robinson to Sammy Davis Jr., Travis Scott, and sneaker culture. Want more This Week in Dystopia? Don't forget to subscribe, follow This Week in Dystopia on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WeekinDystopia and like the show on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisWeekinDystopia/ This podcast is brought to you by the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at the Harvard Kennedy School.

The Cheats Movement Podcast
The Cheats Movement on WRIR "From the 804 to ESPN - The Justin Tinsley Interview"

The Cheats Movement Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2019 49:47


Happy New Year! The Cheats Movement has returned for 2019 and we're bringing all the "F-RKelly" energy we can muster. Cheats and Gigi Broadway talk New Years Resolutions and, of course, the Surviving R Kelly docu-series. Our feature interview is with Justin Tinsley of ESPN's The Undefeated. Justin is one of the best sports and culture writers in the game. He talks about his journey from the 804 to ESPN. It's an awesome listen. We're so glad that this episode is sponsored by Work and Friends (formerly 804RVA).

Back To Back
Black To Black: Early Retirement

Back To Back

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2018 76:43


Black To Black with Amin Elhassan, BLK Tray, John Jervay, Kev the Barber, Jade and Justin Tinsley. Topics:  Vontae Davis retires at halftime Katt Williams roasts Wanda Smith Eminem vs MGK Welcome Kev The Barber and Broncos fan Rush Hour turns 20 Welcome Justin Tinsley  Vontae Davis reprise Cigarette and Hennessey ads from the 70s People dying in 3s Geoffrey, the Fresh Prince's Butler, has NOT died Lil Webbie scolds kids on IG Proper use of social media? Snoop Dogg's The Dogg Father overrated? Other Hip Hop albums of '96 2008 Hot 100 songs  T.I.'s Paper Trail T.I. has lived the life Amin T.I. story time End For the Black To Black Monday Overflow go to Patreon.com/countthedings    Support us on www.patreon.com/countthedings Find us: www.countthedings.com Social: @back2backpod @countthedings

Logan Murdock Podcast
Ep. 3 The Undefeated's Justin Tinsley

Logan Murdock Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2018 79:20


ESPN's The Undefeated's Justin Tinsley chops it up about phone conversations with Pat Riley, Stuart Scott, freelancing struggles and The Summer of LeBron. Sounds by SpencerxStevens Tap in on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/logan-murdock And iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/logan-murdock-podcast/id1409562561?mt=2

Good Talk Podcast
Episode 6 - Justin Tinsley, ESPN Writer for The Undefeated with NBA and World Cup Talk

Good Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2018 77:37


On this episode of Good Talk Podcast, Tunde talks with Justin Tinsley, Pop Culture and Sports Writer for The Undefeated at ESPN about his journey from graduating at Hampton University to ESPN (2:08), working with Jemele Hill and Marc Spears (11:00), the importance of networking (12:23), atmosphere at game 4 of the NBA Finals in Cleveland (13:53), Lebron's next team (15:06), Chicago Bull's of the 90s or 2017-2018 Golden State Warriors (16:09), Meek Mill's impact (18:50), Uncle Phil being the best Dad in TV History (21:06), where Lil Wayne ranks among greatest rappers ever (22:53). Tunde, Lee, and Sam talked about Kawhi Leonard wanting out of San Antonio (28:03), Trade scenarios (33:15), Kobe wants back in the Goat convo?(41:00), Lebron in Houston this weekend (45:55), who the Rockets should pick up if no Lebron or PG (48:50), NBA Draft preview (52:20), Warriors the best team ever? (1:09:30). Thank you Candle Joseph for letting us use "Free Throw" for our intro music. Please check out his EP, Four Season. https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/four-seasons-ep/1336985580 If you need a suit/tux with great style and the perfect fitting, contact our friends at Maestro Phillipe on Instagram @Maestrophillipe or 832-668-6160. One of the best YouTube channels right now, Urbane Echelon. They are Millennials talking about how Millennials are creating and bridging conversations all while keeping it real. Subscribe to their YouTube channel. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqSsvbqEbOP50ulO80BYGTg and follow them on Instagram (@Urbane.echelon) and Twitter (Urbane_Echelon). Follow us @Good_talkpod on Twitter, and @Good_talkpodcast on Instagram. Follow Tunde @Tunde_Tifase on Twitter, and @Tundechristopher on IG. Follow Sam and Lee @Samodadon @Deucethomas on Twitter and IG. Please Rate, and leave a Review... it helps us a lot.

Rhoden Fellows: HBCU 468
Rhoden Fellows: HBCU 468

Rhoden Fellows: HBCU 468

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2017 39:59


This week on HBCU 468 The Fellows talk to Justin Tinsley about NBA free agency, and Jay Z's 4:44 album. They also spoke to 2012 Olympic silver medalist Brigetta Barrett.

Chats with The Starving Artist
Episode 17 - ESPN's Justin Tinsley

Chats with The Starving Artist

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2017 61:54


I chat with Justin Tinsley about his lane of journalism - creative and cultural storytelling why he approaches journalism from that angle along with his experiences doing in odd, unfulfilling jobs during the day just to write at night that ultimately led him to being a Staff Writer at the Worldwide Leader in Sports, ESPN and a lot more on his creativity. Justin is on all socials as: @JustinTinsley If you have a creative need or need help with a project, don't hesitate to reach out to me: ian@iand.co.

Hot Takedown
The LeBrometer

Hot Takedown

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2016 50:59


Justin Tinsley joins the team to talk LeBron's return to form, the Stanley Cup Finals and the Howard U. soccer team from 1971 stripped of its title because of a statistic.

Hot Takedown
The LeBrometer

Hot Takedown

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2016 50:59


Justin Tinsley joins the team to talk LeBron's return to form, the Stanley Cup Finals and the Howard U. soccer team from 1971 stripped of its title because of a statistic.