Events and Media
And here is a roundup of our press, live events, and appearances thus far. Interested in having The Extraordinary Negroes at your event? Contact us and let's make magic happen.
The Extraordinary Negroes live at sxsw
The wonderful (and smart) folks at SXSW (a huge annual music, film, and tech festival) in Austin, Texas, invited us to do an hour-long live recording of The Extraordinary Negroes on the Podcast Stage. View all participating podcasts here.
Hear "Once Upon a Live SXSW Episode" here.
#PodinLiveNYC: Black Podcast Meet Up
Von, New York, NY
PodLiveNYC was a gathering of a bunch of dope podcasts by Black creators, presented by the Tea with Queen and J podcast. Also featured: Inner Hoe Uprising, The Cure, The Girth, Bag Ladiez, We Come From Queens, Brunch & Budget, TK in the AM, Queer WOC, The Bodega Podcast.
black history month itunes feature
The Extraordinary Negroes was featured for the month of February 2017. Champagne for everyone.
A VERY EXTRAORDINARY WATCH PARTY
Johnny Pistolas, Washington, DC
For the finale of BET's The New Edition Story, we teamed up with Very Smart Brothas (Panama Jackson and Damon Young) and invited our listeners and readers out for a night of merriment, nostalgia, and fellowship at Johnny Pistolas in Washington, DC. Thanks to our sponsors, AMC Theaters, The Royal Stitch, Bolden USA, University of Dope, and Solana Shaw of Chakra Verde, the watch party also included an open bar, games, and giveaways. And music by DJ Black Shah. Afterwards, Panama and Jas Hands of The Brown Liquor Report joined us for "A Very Extraordinary Live Episode." You should have been there. Check out some photos from that night right here.
Premiere of BET's "The New Edition story"
Paley Center For Media, Beverly Hills, CA
We were invited to attend the world premiere of BET's three-part series, "The New Edition Story," a month before its global debut. The actors who played the adult version of New Edition participated in a Q&A (with occasional commentary from Bobby Brown from the audience) led by cast member Yvette Brown (Shirley Bivins). Pictured here are Tyler Marcel Williams (middle) who played young Bobby Brown, and Jahi Winston (right), who played young Ralph Tresvant. We shared our thoughts on part one of the film on this Afterparty episode, "The New Edition Story."