Most recent episodes
Episode 20: SNOW THA PRODUCT
In this episode, Barney Waters and Hommy Diaz welcome to the podcast rapper, entertainer, and entrepreneur, Snow Tha Product. Snow is a self-made, self-taught businesswoman, who successfully launched the company, Product Entertainment in 2007. With a combination of hustle, determination and will to succeed, Snow has built a brand that is both unique and influential, especially with her target audience of young Hispanics. Barney, Hommy and Snow discuss the importance of brands taking a stand for social justice issues. They talk about the Dreamer Movement and its relevance in today’s society. Snow discusses her pride in her heritage, her entrepreneurial spirit, and gives advice for any dreamers out there who wish to make a difference. Finally, in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, the K-Swiss team announces the launch of their Dreamer Pack shoes as well as a future collaboration with Snow Tha Product.
Episode 19: STEVIN JOHN
In this episode, Barney Waters and Hommy Diaz welcome children’s entertainer and YouTube star, Stevin John aka Blippi. Stevin is a creative entrepreneur with a background in brand development and digital marketing who created the character Blippi with the goal of educating children through positive and interactive experiences. Hommy announces an exciting new shoe release in collaboration with the K-Swiss and Blippi brands.
Episode 18: Anwar Carrots
In this episode, Patrick Buchanan welcomes to the podcast Anwar Carrots, founder & CEO of Carrots by Anwar Carrots, a brand company specializing in streetwear. A self-described combination of Nico and Martha Stewart, Anwar is a highly creative and open-minded businessman. He touches on his past jobs, his path to becoming an entrepreneur and his motto: “Why not?” Anwar opens up about his cultural roots and his dream project. Finally, Patrick and Anwar discuss his latest project, a custom sneaker released in collaboration with K-Swiss.
Episode 17: Connor Seltz
In this episode, K-Swiss welcomes to the podcast Connor Seltz, aka Ceez. Connor discusses his background and the unconventional route he took to becoming a customizer of sneakers and other footwear. He reflects on one of his favorite projects, the LeBronold Palmers, and why that custom job was so rewarding. Finally, Connor emphasizes how networking and friendships have allowed him to flourish in such a competitive and niche career. Today, the self-proclaimed “sneakerhead” continues working on dozens of new custom initiatives, collaborating with Nike, Adidas and K-Swiss, to name a few.
Episode 16: NOAH WINSTON
Noah Whinston is the young CEO of Immortals, an eSports franchise that has a long list of powerful and famous media investors such as Nerdist, Lionsgate, Machinima, and the Memphis Grizzlies. Noah has been featured on Forbes’ list, “30 Under 30: Games” in 2017. At the age of 21, Noah established Immortals after dropping out of Northwestern University. His rational thinking, ambition, and entrepreneurial talents have taken him far in the eSports industry. Currently, he is the youngest CEO of an eSports franchise.
Episode 15: DJ Clark KENT
In this episode, we speak to DJ Clark Kent. about why he stays conscientious of his diction, his Panamanian pride, and his New York hustle. DJ Clark Kent delves in deep about his love and admiration for his grandmother, and also explains why he does not look up to anybody. DJ Clark Kent fondly speaks of his love for music, what makes the music business, and why you should be living in the moment, approaching everything with a positive attitude, and to always be authentic to what you’re doing.