Entries by Camara Williams

👑 King Kendrick 👑

IIn this episode of the Uncultured Bias podcast. Camara Williams is joined by Robert Foster III, Kenneth Nicolas, and local Hip Hop artist Wahid. Together, all three breakdown Kendrick Lamar’s new album, Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers. We discuss our opinion on the album as a whole, where it ranks among his discography, standout tracks, and what the album’s theme was. If you’re Kendrick Lamar fan, this is a podcast you don’t want to miss.

3-The-Hardway

In this episode of the Uncultured Bias podcast. Camara Williams is joined by three dynamic women, Rebecca Desir founder and executive director of Black Health Commission, Jasmine Burney-Clark, founder of and consulting director of Equal Ground and Michele K. Rayner-Goolsby, current state representative and current congressional candidate for Florida’s 13th district. Together, they dissect the Roe v. Wade decision and how it directly affects the black community, and particularly black women. We also talk about black church and black representation in voting and messaging. This is a podcast that you do not want to miss!

Ozarks-Vignette

In this episode of the Uncultured Bias podcast. It is our first vignette of Season 2!!! I couldn’t think of a better vignette than to dive right into the Ozarks series finale. Camara keeps it short and sweet by diving right into the series theme and characterizations. Of course this podcast is full of spoilers so don’t check it out if you havent finished the series—but if you have…well dive on in…this Ozarks water is fine!

Whats Free?!?

In this episode of the Uncultured Bias podcast. Camara Williams is joined by Tiffany Spencer and Attorney Camille Evans. Together, all three breakdown the Reedy Creek fiasco, DeSantis ultimate objective, right-wing messaging, Elon Musk Twitter takeover, what his purpose for the deal, the price of data and the price of social media. 

What defines Hip Hops GOAT 🐐 ?

In this episode of the Uncultured Bias podcast. Camara Williams is joined by Robert Foster III and Kenneth Nicolas, they debate the GOAT status of Andre 3k, what exactly makes a Hip Hop Goat, Futures latest designation of ‘Best Rapper Alive’ and of course this upcoming Kendrick Lamar album. This is a fun podcast you don’t want to miss. 

The Black Church

In this episode of the Uncultured Bias podcast. Camara Williams is joined Pastor Marcus McCoy of the Greater Refuge Memorial Church. Together, they take a deep dive into the origins and structure of the Black Church, exploring subjects surrounding what modern black faith looks like, black activism in the pulpit, and even addressed Florida politics. This is a podcast you don’t want to miss!

Black Style

In this episode of the Uncultured Bias podcast. Camara Williams is joined by Katrina Lee Jones of Styles by Katrina, and Cameronn Saulsby. Together, all three talk about black style influences, the messaging in black styles, hip hops influences on fashion, the style of black politicians and leaders, and of course men’s style. This is a podcast you don’t want to miss! Tap in!

A Fresh Perspective

In this episode of the Uncultured Bias podcast. Camara Williams is joined by frequent contributor Robb Foster III, they delve deep into the Peacock program Bel-Air. They discuss the first season, the themes invoked throughout the series, the characterizations, our favorite moments and what they expect for season 2. They even touch on the outstanding series Atlanta. You don’t want to miss this ‘Fresh Perspective’. 

Addressing Conflict…

In this episode of the Uncultured Bias podcast. Camara Williams is joined by Troy Johnson and Pernell Bush. Together, we drop a special podcast, talking about the craziness of the Rock-Smith feud, the importance of black men learning how to handle conflicts, the dynamic of how women want men to respond to disrespect by violence, and finally the importance of protecting black women. This is a surprise double header podcast you don’t want to miss!

The Color Of The Court

In this episode of the Uncultured Bias podcast. Camara Williams is joined by Jason Henry, and together they evaluate the performative nature of the last weeks confirmation hearings, the role of the Supreme Court in today’s America, Democrats’ problem with messaging, and just the shenanigans and hypocrisy of it all.  This is a podcast you definitely don’t want to miss.