Episode 2.1 – No Time for Biding

podcast Episode 2.1

No time for biding

"I was barely a teenager when I decided what I wanted to be when I became a grown-up: the owner of my very own business. But what I didn’t know was that it would require doing a whole lot of things I don’t particularly want to do, and even more things I’m not particularly good at—and that’s just the being-a-grown-up part."

Kenya realizes that there are some similarities between being a grown-up and being an entrepreneur--neither of which she's gotten any good at yet. Meanwhile, Tk finds that despite what she thinks, Hip Hop has no age limit.



Episode narrated by Kayona Ebony Brown


Written, recorded, and produced by Kayona Ebony Brown at Siingle Studios in Washington, DC


listed in order of appearance in the episode

Music for this episode provided by...

Come On, Let’s Go by Le Gang

Le Gang on SoundCloud: @thisislegang

Pillow by Mona Wonderlick

Free download: bit.ly/pillow-download

Additional music for this episode is from Filmstro, arranged and designed for this episode by Kayona

Word of the episode: I Saw A Ghost Last Night by Leonell Cassio

Sound effects: Audio Blocks 

Edited with Adobe Creative Cloud and Filmstro

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