The fellas chop it up with indie soul artist Russell Taylor about his new album, War of Hearts, and shares stories about his multifaceted musical journey. Get with Fave x Harlem. It’s an all-new Episode. NEXT!
It’s Tuesday, and the fellas are keeping the hot shows coming. This week, Fave and Harlem welcome one of the stars of the film “Django Unchained”–the extremely talented Dana Gourrier–to The Next Episode. The New Orleans native/classically trained actress shares all, including her take on Django’s controversial content, her “sprinting” story, and her love for, wait for it… “Dawson’s Creek.”
(We won’t judge. Much.)
Also this week, there’s an “iconic” film, an Idol, and an “I.O.U.”
It’s a jam-packed TNE, comin’ at ya off the wall.
This week, it’s Fave & Harlem at the movies! Actress Yolonda Ross is with the fellas, chatting about her directing debut, “Breaking Night”, her love for the city of New Orleans, and why The Food Network should really get in touch. A brand new #TNE! NEXT!
This week we chop it up with the KING of Indie Soul, ERIC ROBERSON. The two-time GRAMMY® nominee talks about his new project, UNITED TENORS (in stores TODAY), the balance necessary to be an artist, and his favorite television show (you’ll be surprised). It’s an ALL-NEW #TNE. Let’s GO!
This week, we welcome singer/songwriter Deborah Bond to the studio, talking to the New Haven, CT native about being an indie artist, a Recording Academy member, and being in love with words.
A brand new #TNE. Right NOW!
In our season finale, we hang out with the lovely HBO Def Poet, Shanel Gabriel.
It’s a great week for Fave and Harlem, as the lovely and uber-talented Yvette Nicole Brown from the hit show Community, comes through and breaks bread with the fellas.
TNE is back and better than ever with an international flavor, as the eclectic, uber-talented songstress Julie Dexter joins the fellas to discuss her brand new album New Again (on shelves now!!!), her transition from England to America, which Jazz singers inspired her, and what it takes to be an independent artist.
All that, plus flashing back with Community, lashing back at Tyler and Spike, and how Zo! and Phonte brought the “Mack” back, jack.
It’s all here, a brand new Episode with Fave & Harlem. . . NEXT!
This week’s TNE is All Tribute Everything, as Fave & Harlem remember the talents of Nate Dogg and Jeff “Fuzzy” Young, who both left us way too soon. The fellas give props to Community on its third season pickup, breaking down Andre (Malcolm-Jamal Warner) Vs. Chang (Ken Jeong), tale-of-the-tape style.
We also find out what happened at last weekend’s (Jazz in the) Gardens party that took place in Miami, and which Anthony David songs make As Above, So Below what’s NEXT.
No guest? No problem. There’s Shirley‘s baby names and L Boogie‘s makeup games, all coming up in the third installment of The Next Episode with Fave & Harlem… NEXT!