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What's Good with Stretch & Bobbito is your source for untold stories and uncovered truths. Hosts Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Garcia interview cultural influencers, bringing their warmth, humor, and a fresh perspective. They're talking about art, music, politics, sports and what's good!

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The Roots' Black Thought On How Art Saved His Life

The Roots frontman Black Thought (aka Tariq Trotter) joins Stretch & Bob for an open conversation about his early days in Philly, how childhood trauma motivated him to succeed and the guys uncover his 1994 freestyle from their show at WKCR.

The Roots' Black Thought On How Art Saved His Life

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Bethann Hardison On Model Diversity And The Ever-Changing Face Of Fashion

Pioneering model, agent and fashion activist Bethann Hardison talks about sneaking into bars as a child in 1950s Brooklyn, modeling in the historic 1973 Battle of Versailles fashion show and how the industry has evolved in the past 50 years.

Bethann Hardison On Model Diversity And The Ever-Changing Face Of Fashion

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Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez On Creating A Superhero For Puerto Rico

Graphic novelist Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez joins Stretch & Bob to talk about his comic book series La Borinqueña, Puerto Rican history and how art can be a conduit for activism.

Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez On Creating A Superhero For Puerto Rico

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Rakim Reflects On His Life In Hip-Hop And What Happened With Eric B.

Legendary emcee Rakim joins Stretch and Bobbito for a look at his iconic career and life, including reflections on his Islamic faith, the dissolution of his duo with Eric B., and the patience it takes to craft the perfect rhyme.

Rakim Reflects On His Life In Hip-Hop And What Happened With Eric B.

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Lenny Kravitz On Race, 'Raise Vibration' And Duetting With Aretha Franklin

Musician, style icon and guitar hero Lenny Kravitz talks with Stretch & Bobbito about his formative years in New York, his experience growing up as a biracial kid, and that time he shared a stage with Aretha Franklin.

Lenny Kravitz On Race, 'Raise Vibration' And Duetting With Aretha Franklin

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Erykah Badu

Enigmatic singer/songwriter Erykah Badu joins Stretch & Bobbito for a freewheeling conversation about her daily visit to "the five doctors," how she became a certified doula, her desire to try stand-up comedy and her getting critiqued by Prince.

Erykah Badu

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What's Good with Stretch and Bobbito is back!

The legendary duo Stretch and Bobbito are back for season 2 of What's Good! The first episode launches on Wednesday, August 15th, featuring an interview with Erykah Badu.

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Bootsy Collins

Collins joins the hosts to talk about his new album, how James Brown saved his life, and the right way to funk people up

Bootsy Collins

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Mr. Cartoon

The world famous tattoo and graffiti artist joins the hosts live from Los Angeles to talk about the unique cast of characters that shaped him as an artist, translating his signature style onto Nikes, and what it was like to tattoo Kanye West.

Mr. Cartoon

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José Andrés

The world-renowned chef joins the hosts for a live taping of What's Good, to talk about immigrating to the U.S., humanitarian work through cooking, and why pineapples are better than steak.

José Andrés

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