What's Good with Stretch & Bobbito
What's Good with Stretch & Bobbito is your source for untold stories and uncovered truths. Hosts Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Garcia interview cultural influencers, bringing their warmth, humor, and a fresh perspective. They're talking about art, music, politics, sports and what's good!
Robert Glasper On How To Get More Young People Into Jazz
The accomplished jazz keyboardist joins Stretch & Bobbito to talk about his early music memories and why he's trying to get more young people into jazz music.
Comedian Neal Brennan on Stand-Up, Chappelle's Show and PC Culture
The co-creator of Chappelle's Show joins Stretch and Bob for a conversation about his days as a comedy club doorman, PC culture and his new stand-up tour "Here We Go."
Kimberly Drew On Making Art Radically Accessible For All
Writer, curator and activist Kimberly Drew talks about her earliest art memories, what she learned by working at The Met and why art needs to be much more accessible.
Jonah Hill On Hip-Hop And Coming Of Age In The Mid90s
The writer/director of Mid90s joins Stretch & Bobbito about directing his first film, how hip-hop influenced his life and seeing LL Cool J in concert when he was 13 years old.
The Beastie Boys On Their Hip-Hop Journey And Missing Adam Yauch
Ad-Rock and Mike D talk about their new book, their transition from punk rockers to hip-hop royalty and mourning the loss of Adam Yauch.
Gaby Moreno On Leaving Home And Making It In The Music Industry
The Guatemalan singer/songwriter talks leaving home for Los Angeles, navigating the music industry and how she discovered the Blues.
Chef Massimo Bottura On Challenging Tradition And Combating Hunger
The accomplished Italian chef talks about the early days of his restaurant Osteria Francescana and why he believes that, "In 2018, a chef is more than the sum of his recipes."
Bozoma Saint John Bridges The Gap Between Culture and Commerce
Marketing guru Bozoma Saint John talks about her Ghanaian roots, working with Spike Lee and why she's helping Papa John's re-brand.
Maimouna Youssef AKA Mumu Fresh Is Ready For The Spotlight
Singer and emcee Maimouna Youssef on her childhood in Baltimore, her Native American roots, and how she learned to rap.
The Roots' Black Thought On How Art Saved His Life
One of the world's greatest rappers talks writing rhymes as a teen, hip-hop as education, and how childhood trauma motivated him to succeed.
Bethann Hardison On Model Diversity And The Ever-Changing Face Of Fashion
Pioneering model/activist Bethann Hardison on her life and work in the New York fashion industry.
Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez On Creating A Superhero For Puerto Rico
Graphic novelist Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez on Puerto Rican pride, history and his superhero La Borinqueña.
Rakim Reflects On His Life In Hip-Hop And What Happened With Eric B.
Legendary emcee Rakim joins Stretch and Bobbito for a look at his iconic career and life.
Musician Lenny Kravitz talks with Stretch & Bobbito about his formative years in New York, his experience growing up biracial and sharing the stage with Aretha Franklin.
Enigmatic singer/songwriter Erykah Badu joins Stretch & Bobbito for a freewheeling conversation about her daily visit to "the five doctors," how she became a certified doula, her desire to try stand-up comedy and her getting critiqued by Prince.