BMX MASTER – BRAD SIMMS
I hadn’t watched a BMX racing event or an X Games in years. Honestly, while the sport embraces hip hop, alternative culture, I hadn’t seen to many dudes that look like me. That ended this week when I stepped onto an elliptical machine at the…
Dopeness #5: Ronald Matters Reveals What Matters To Him
In this episode, host Nick Delmacy updates The Dope List, then he speaks with Ronald Matters, the creator and editor of the self-titled website, RonaldMatters.com. They discuss creating their brands, the struggles of blogging daily and getting threatened by the cast of Real Housewives of Atlanta.
Dopeness #3: Lamont Pierre Claps-Back At The Negativity and Announces The End of “Freefall”
In this episode, Filmmaker Lamont Pierre joins Nick to not only discuss his decision to end his long-running hit web series, “Freefall” after four years, but to also stop producing LGBT content altogether.
CA Podcast #56 – The “WTF is Going On With Frank Ocean” Episode
In this podcast, host Nick Delmacy is joined by critically acclaimed gay rapper LASTO to discuss the status of his music career, the LGBT music scene (including newcomer Young M.A.) and an in-depth discussion on The Man, The Music and They Hype surrounding Frank Ocean’s latest albums ENDLESS and BLONDE.
CA Podcast #41 – The “Stand-Up Comedy” Episode
In this podcast, Cypher Avenue’s Nick Delmacy interviews black openly gay stand-up comedian Sampson McCormick about Homophobia, Depression, Coming Out, Racism, Hypocritical Preachers, Gay Dating & More.
CA Podcast #39: The “What’s Beef” Episode (Drake, Meek Mill, Bry’Nt, Fly Young Red)
In this podcast, Cypher Avenue founder Nick Delmacy is joined by DJ Baker of the Weekly Top 40 and rapper/actor Bry’Nt to discuss the Meek Mill & Drake beef and the (abridged) history of Diss Songs made by Out Gay Rappers.
CA Podcast #35 – SCOTUS LOVE: Same Sex Marriage Interview with Phylle & Antoine Carter
In this podcast, Cypher Avenue founder Nick Delmacy discusses the US Supreme Court’s 5-4 ruling on Same Sex Marriage with married couple Larry “Phylle” Carter and Antoine Nolan Carter.
CA Podcast #33 – The Real Chocolate City
In this podcast, Cypher Avenue founders Ocky Williams and Nick Delmacy discuss the new “Black Magic Mike” stripper film, Chocolate City. They also interview a real-life former black male stripper to a get his take on the film and stories from his glory days on the stage.
CA Podcast #21 – Roundtable: Gay Origin Stories, The Burden of Masculinity, Fem Gay Media Stereotypes
In this podcast, Ocky Williams and Nick Delmacy join five members of Cypher Avenue to discuss the moments they accepted that they were gay or bisexual, Coming out stories, the lack of black gay/bisexual role models they can relate to, the burden of being masculine gay men and the overwhelming flamboyant stereotypes of gay men in the media.
Cypher Avenue Podcast #19 – EarthTone: EP, Gay Hip Hop, Relationships, G.O.A.T., Collaborations
In this podcast, Ocky Williams and Nick Delmacy interview gay rapper EarthTone on the release of his new EP “GMale.” Topics include: Discovering Gay Hip Hop, Relationships, G.O.A.T. and future collaborations.
CA Podcast #17 – The DL Chronicles Interview, Black Gay Film, Freefall, Interracial Dating!
In this podcast, Cypher Avenue founders Ocky Williams & Nick Delmacy Interview the creators of “The D.L. Chronicles: Episode Thomas” Deondray and Quincy Gossfield. They have a frank & honest discussion about their film, black gay cinema, amateur gay web series like Freefall and Drama Queenz, gay financial support, interracial dating and much more!
CA Podcast #8 – Sex & Dating Roundtable Discussion
In this podcast, Ocky Williams and Nick Delmacy join five members of Cypher Avenue to discuss dating, sex, relationships and the Cypher Ave article “The 15 Reasons You Are NOT Relationship Material.”
CA Podcast #7 – LastO: Album, Rap Homophobia, Frank O, Cypher Ave & More
In this podcast, Ocky Williams and Nick Delmacy interview rapper LastO on the release of his new album “Where’s Vivian.” Topics include: LastO’s music roots, Hip Hop Homophobia, Frank Ocean, Cypher Avenue Hate and Criticizing Other Black Gay Content Creators.
CYPHER AVE INTERVIEWS: The DL Chronicles – Deondray Gossett and Quincy LeNear
After the sudden deaths of rappers Tupac and Biggie in 1996/1997, a void was left in their wake. To fill that void, fans of hip hop music were forced to gravitate to the likes of Master P and Ja-Rule. That’s how its felt for fans…
CYPHER AVE INTERVIEWS: Rap Artist Kaoz
Rap artist Kaoz’ anticipated album is now officially available for purchase as a digital release for the low price of $5 through his website, kaoz.bandcamp.com. For those not in the know, we’ve highlighted the artist several times in the pages of Cypher Avenue. Nick…
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