Podcast: Rest .In. Pictures: Remembering John Singleton

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itunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/rest-in-pictures/id1276575982?i=1000438232713

Podbean: https://restinpictures.podbean.com/

Last week, I was able to be a part of a dope podcast called “Rest .In. Pictures.” The premise of the podcast (hosted by Aaron Prescott and Brad Gullickson) is give in-depth look at the history of those that passed into celluloid Heaven. Due to my blog “Thank You, John Singleton”, I was invited over to record and the following two hours is what follows:

The importance of Boyz N The Hood and Higher Learning

What critics got wrong about Poetic Justice

How does Aaron prepare eggs after watching Baby Boy?

Peoples Hernandez. Great villain or greatest villain?

Description from Rest .In. Pictures:

John Daniel Singleton’s (1968 - 2019) first film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Director earning him the honor as not only the youngest filmmaker but the first African-American to ever receive the nomination. His distinctive voice coming out of South Central Los Angeles would resonate what it meant to grow up black in modern America.

John was a kind man, a loving father, and a devoted filmmaker that provided a voice and message for those that didn’t have one. Aaron and Brad are joined by good friend and DMV MC PHZ-Sicks as they survive the mean streets of BOYZ N THE HOOD, pay off their student loans in HIGHER LEARNING, wear their finest Egyptian cotton for SHAFT, and more!