Dr. Thomas RaShad Easley on Kitchen Sync Hosted by Lucy Gellman

On this episode of Kitchen Sync, I talk with Lucy Gellman about my perspective on education, environmental justice and hip hop. This episode I think is special because we explore why it is hard for people to embrace diversity of others. 

Mubarakah Ibrahim interviewing me about activism and art.

Mubarakah was so much fun because she really was interested in my background and how I bring that into my work. She is so accomplished herself being known in fitness and health throughout CT and the country. I appreciated how this interview went. 

Dr. Thomas RaShad Easley on Love Talk with Love Babz

Since I relocated to New Haven, CT, I've been meeting some amazing people. Babz was the first person that invited me to her show. She was opening my mind on the arts and going back and forth with me on diversity. It was such a joy!

Top 3 on Choice FM 92.1 Raleigh

Music with a Message on UNC TV

Radio Interview on The Album Southern Black Gentleman

Radio Interview with RaShad, B and Destined 4 Greatness 

This interview was a great time because I got to share this with B and Maya. These two are so important to what I am doing now and I appreciate them for sharing their brilliance and spirit during this time. Ms. Howard, is still the best and we are grateful for this interview.
You get to learn how we make our music and where our passion comes from. Maya shows you why she is destined for greatness. All of our connections start with natural resources and college life.

Radio Interview on Southern Black Gentleman 

While people are definitely questioning me about when is the next album coming out, I tell people when we have the plan set. I do not want to just put out another record just by releasing it. I want to make sure that we do it in the most efficient way. While you're waiting to hear the record, how about you take a listen to the interview I did with WSHA. I think this will give you an idea of what's coming on my next project.