Illvibe is a rapper, video producer, and entrepreneur. He has been seen on "Canada's Smartest Person", and was runner up to Drake for "Toronto's Best Rapper". His latest mixtape is called "Love Letters & Hatemail and is available on his website http://www.illvibemusic.com. He is a frequent guest host on my SiriusXM radio show "Ward and Al", and one of my favourite people to have a conversation with. We talk about families, inner drive, "West World", and so much more! You can follow him on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. If you are a musician looking for a video or lyric video, check out http://lyricvids.com.
Johnny Fiasco is the movie critic on my radio show, Ward and Al, on SiriusXM channel 167. Known as 'The Narcoleptic Movie Guy' he is one of the most unique people I know. We talk about how his love of movies started, life getting in the way of dreams, and who needs therapy. Warning: I say 'interesting' even more than usual in this one, just know that I'm working on that! Follow Johnny on Twitter
Christina Walkinshaw is a writer and comedian. Her blog, which started as a week on Tinder and 2 years later is still going strong, is EXTREMELY popular. We talk creative challenges, slut shaming, and most importantly - farts. From her pathological positivity to her lack of showering, this is a woman in a million.
Jahte Le is an actor, director, producer, writer, dancer, and former grape in a Welch's commercial. He is in the movie Sky Jackers which premiered at TIFF 2016 and produced the short film Next Stop, which was most recently shown at the Calgary International Film Festival, and won the Grand Jury Prize for Best Film at the Dances With Film Festival in Los Angeles, the first comedy to ever do so.
We talk about art, how he started living alone at AGE EIGHT, (EIGHT!), and how he wants to have a bushel of kids. His non-typical life (from a North American standpoint) influenced who he is and what he creates.
It was a great conversation for me because we are SO DIFFERENT, and in many ways so the same.
**Trigger Warning** This episode had discussions about end of civilization as we know it, and the violence/rape that would ensue.
Kyle Radke is a comedian, writer, actor, and prep-er. I meant to talk about all the aspects of his life with him, but got stuck on the prep-er lifestyle because it is so fascinating. This episode is a bit different because it focuses on one subject, but is one of the most interesting conversations I've ever had.