September 11th, 2018 | Season 1 | 1 hr 3 mins
artist, beauty, blogger, blogging, christ, community, crown, cyw, depression, faith, fear, healing, hood, humber, identity brampton, influencer, instagram, interview, jesus, love, makeup, malton, ministry, mississauga, motivation, podcast, progress, purpose, radio, rct, rct ep 17, rct podcast, real community talks, rexdale, vlogger, vlogging, youth, youtube
Amelia Graciela Torres is a Child and Youth Worker who currently works with both Vita Centre and Malton Neighbourhood Services. On this episode we talk about the peace she has found knowing she is a work in progress, how she used her hurt for purpose, and her thoughts on MAC products now being sold in Sephora Stores.
August 21st, 2018 | Season 1 | 46 mins 1 sec
anxiety, artist, brampton, content, culture, depression, entrepreneur, hiphop, influencer, malton, mental health, mh, military, mississauga, music producer, podcast, producer, rappers, rct, rctpodcast, real community talks, realcommunitytalks, savy jay, savyjay, songwriter, soundcloud, toronto, video podcast
Savy Jay Aka AJ, the Founder of $AVTEAM is a Malton Based Singer, Rapper, Songwriter and Music Producer who has been popping off in the Greater Toronto Area with roughly 9k supporters on Instagram. On this episode we discuss the behind the scenes aspects of music production, how he dealt with depression, anxiety and mental health, and how he almost burned his house down over some chicken nuggets.
July 17th, 2018 | Season 1 | 1 hr 6 mins
amazon, artist, creative, creative entrepreneur, entrepreneur, film podcast, jamaica, malton, mississauga, poems, poetry, published author, rct, rct podcast, real community talks, spoken word, spoken word artist, toronto, video podcast
Shawayne Dunstan is a spoken word artist/poet and is a published author with five books sold locally in the Greater Toronto Area and on Amazon. Among many other things Shawayne is an entrepreneur, an actor, a cook, a recreation and leisure worker, a dancer, a singer and more. On this episode we talk about how Shawayne fell in love with poetry, how he used it as an outlet to express himself and handle depression, and how washing dishes helped him publish his first book.