The Hustle Season Podcast: Ep. 135 Jazz Supremacists

by | Jun 7, 2020 | PODCASTS

RVA Magazine is proud to showcase The Hustle Season Podcast every weekend. Produced at La Cocina Studio in Richmond, VA; homegrown musicians Kelli Strawbridge, Reggie Pace, James Seretis (La Cocina’s engineer) & Gabriel Santamaria bring their irreverent, outspoken and at times thoughtful opinions to the masses. Focusing on pop culture and politics both locally, nationally, sometimes otherworldly – join in as the guys try to figure out what’s going on this week.

Ep. 135 of #TheHustleSeason is HERE!! Coronavirus and racism are also still here. The Hustle boys get into all that, plus The Flavor Project (finally) releases a new song, the Glee controversy, does John Legend still kick it with Kanye, and James has had enough of the ol’ punk rockers & Wynton Marsalis!!! Black Lives Matter.

Stream our new song “Wash Your Hands” HERE !

New Flavor Project song “If You Touch Me” HERE !

The Hustle Boys playlist (updated all the time) HERE !

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