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Rebel Radio is brought to you in partnership with The Art of Selling Without Selling Out. Rebel Radio shines a light on cultural pioneers and their influences, reflecting on the roots and future of underground culture. We engage the influencers who define what we wear, watch, listen to, and … read more


Can you recognize greatness immediately? Paul Stewart on House of Pain, Pharcyde, & Warren G

As an entertainment business entrepreneur, Paul Stewart has done it all. He’s started multiple companies. He’s worked in music, film, fashion, and now books. He’s had years with multiple mega-hits, and years where he just barely scraped by. His story is about the struggle: Wake up everyday and hustle. Stay true to what you know. Connect with good people. Be generous. Never stop fighting. Here are just a few of the gems that come out of our interview: On the keys to his success: “I got down differently than other people. I thought the parties were important. I do some of my best networking running the streets at night and connecting with people.” On the people running major record labels: “They are not creative people, so they hire uncreative people underneath them and its like, ego driven maniacs, nepotism and just unqualified.” The problem with book publishers: “There is just so much institutionalized racism in regards to urban culture and hip hop and things like that. It’s just a lack of understanding of what people are interested in because they are not in touch with this world. Most of the people that are the decision makers have a total disconnect to urban culture. Basically just the wrong people making decisions.” On the artists he’s worked with: The Pharcyde, House of Pain, Warren G., Coolio, Montel Jordan, Freestyle Fellowship, and so many more And movies he music supervised: Poetic Justice, Dear White People, Barbershop, 2 Fast 2 Furious, Four Brothers, Hustle and Flow we won the Oscar Subjects featured in his books: Murder Dog Magazine, Pimp C, Curtis Snow, Kendrick Lamar, ASAP Rocky, Drake, Lil Wayne, Bobby Brown, Too Short, Iceberg Slim, E-40, Marcus Garvey, Bushwick Bill, Scott La Rock, Tupac, Eazy E, Snoop Dogg, Cypress Hill, and many many more. The track of the week is: If you enjoyed the music you heard in this episode, here's the list: Mista Grimm, Indo Smoke Run-DMC, Rock Box Three Times Dope, Funky Dividends House of Pain, Jump Around The Pharcyde, Passin Me By Greg Hein, Down WC and the Madd Circle, West Up Problem, Like Whaaat

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