The Neighbors Upstairs are joined by returning guest, Eric The Great from Another Booty Lickin Track podcast. During this episode, we discuss Eric The Great’s motivation to become a rapper, Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s comments on keeping political conversation out of sports, and whether or not the late great Patrice O’Neal would’ve been canceled in today’s sensitive culture.
The Neighbors Upstairs are joined by a couple of new guests on the show. Alan aka A Charles is a songwriter and producer from the South of England. You may also know him as the lead vocalist and guitarist of Bellevue Days. A Charles has recently released his 2nd single called Falling Apart Again on February 12th which features vocals from David Cervera aka Back Room Scene. Back Room Scene is an indie-folk singer and songwriter from London. He has released two EP’s, chapter one and chapter two which are available on major platforms. During this episode, we discuss the meaning behind their new song Falling Apart Again and its relevance in today’s reality, what it is like being a part of the unpredictable nature of the music industry, and the important distinction between constructive feedback and meaningless criticism.
This week The Neighbors Upstairs had the pleasure of speaking with singer/songwriter, Kyle Baillargeon. Kyle talks about his music and what drives him to create artistic expression. That’s really just the tip of this episode’s iceberg, you don’t want to miss this.
This week we spoke with a former attorney, Billboard-charting recording artist, and rising-star filmmaker, Marshall Seese Jr., AKA The Tin Man. He spoke about what it took for him to chase his dreams and convert them into reality, his thoughts on UFO’s, time travel, and more!
This week The Neighbors Upstairs had the pleasure of chatting with TheRave who is the lead singer of the band Spells and Curses. TheRave guides the neighbors through some of the challenges he’s faced during the coronavirus pandemic and beyond.