The Journey Of Kid Ethnic, Plus "This Is America" (Ep. 17)

Saleem Reshamwala stops by The Runaway Store and we talk about the path that led him to some of his more recent career highlights: an 11-week stint at The New York Times, and a multi-million views music video in G Yamazawa's "North Cack," among them. A longtime contributor to the creative energy and scene of the Triangle, Saleem (aka Kid Ethnic)'s wisdom and learned experiences are always a pleasure to hear, and this episode is full of commentary that will be useful and interesting to budding creatives hoping to make artistic pursuits into a career. There's about 20 extra minutes of interview that didn't make it into our iTunes upload (we want to try to keep these around an hour), but if you want to hear it, head over to our SoundCloud account (http://soundcloud.com/superemptymusic) and give it a spin. Thanks to the artists/songs featured this week, Danny Blaze's "Down Right Punch," and Tab-One's "Man On The Moon Freestyle." And check out the newest piece on the Super Empty Site, rounding out some new pieces from around the state: http://www.superempty.com/news/2018/5/9/the-catch-up-may-9-the-best-year-ever-so-far If you haven't yet, leave us a review! We're trying to flex out here on these podcast haters. Let's keep this streak of 5-star reviews rolling.

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