Tuesday, September 6, 2016
I.Q.O. Interview @ Dub City Podcast
Dub City is a local podcast based out of Hartsville, Tennessee and hosted by Namiah Wilson aka Ndub. The Show usually starts off with a quick introduction by Ndub that covers who the guests are(usually locals who may have a particular talent, movement, goal or particular insight on an issue). He the goes onto discuss what's on his mind about a particular issue, current or local topic followed by a musical interlude(provided by local or word of mouth artist, if the artist is a guest they may premiere a new song or use one of their own for the musical portion of the show) And then a quick recap and then into the main portion(the interview) of the show.
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I was makin beats fore you made ya first tweet. Soon as they chirp grab them birds by the beak-I.Q.O.— Michael (@I_Q_O) January 1, 2015