Kobe Bryant's impact reached beyond just basketball. That's why his loss is so hard to take. Chase Senior looks back at the legacy he left and how he was able to touch so many people across the globe. Then, Tanya Hubbard, one of the biggest Kobe fans you'll ever meet joins the podcast from Los Angeles. Kobe impacted her life in a huge, deep way while she was growing up in California. She details why and tells us what the mood is like in LA.
The Nelson Boys, featuring Tom and Pat Nelson have a sound that's unique and different, but they take that as a compliment. They're not afraid the test the hip-hop waters and push boundaries with the music and videos they produce. We talk about how the brothers paired up to form a rap duo, the state of hip-hop today, why 2019 was a challenging year, their large fan base in Russia, why they embrace being unique and recall some funny high school memories. You can find them on Twitter and Instagram @The_Nelson_Boys.
Passion For Music & Influencing The Youth With It Featuring Singer, Songwriter, Rapper & Producer, Luke O’Brien
On this episode of The Chase Down Podcast, Chase Senior and Eric Brown sit down with Philadelphia-based singer, songwriter, rapper and producer, Luke O'Brien. We talk to Luke about getting his start as a parody rapper, the early days of being involved with bands, why he wanted to go solo, the current state of rap and the therapeutic elements of creating music. Luke is also a music teacher in Philadelphia and beautifully uses the art form to influence under-privileged and troubled inner city kids. We talked at length about some of the challenges that come with that but how molding the youth through music can be so fulfilling and gratifying.
Joe Burrow’s Magical Year, Matt Rhule Destined For Greatness, NFL Playoffs, Astros Hit With Penalties
Chase looks back at Joe Burrow's unbelievable year, which was the best season we've ever seen from a college football quarterback. Then, Chase explains why he thinks Matt Rhule is destined for greatness, given what he saw first hand from the Panthers' new head coach at Temple. Lastly, a few quick notes on the NFL playoffs and the Houston Astros.
If you have a television, it's almost guaranteed that at some point, you've heard the voice of Enrique Josephs. He's one of the top voice over talents in the industry, having voiced projects for NFL Films, Showtime, HBO, ESPN, CBS Sports, History Channel, MLB Network and more. Whether it's on the narration of an NFL Films documentary, or voicing a project for the next big show or movie, Josephs's deep, warm, soothing voice has been projected through millions of televisions across America. Now, you can hear him talk about his unique rise in the business on The Chase Down Podcast. Check out his website with some of his work here: enriquejmedia.com
Over nearly three decades, Jamie Rudisill took the West Chester University men's and women's swimming and diving program from the cellar and built it into one of the most dominant programs in DII. Along the way, he coached dozens of All-Americans, several national champions and was named the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Coach of the Year 16 times. Under his guidance, West Chester finished among the top four programs in the country at DII Nationals 10 times. Chase and Jamie talk about how he found his passion for coaching, how to build a winning culture within a program that was so used to losing, the importance and challenges of serving as a coach and father figure to his swimmers and more.
Over the past month, the Eagles have put together a run that's displayed the same characteristics that define the city they play in. Carson Wentz, Doug Pederson and a crew of underdogs have delivered a magical and memorable ride. Plus, Chase previews the rest of the NFL wildcard slate and explains why the bout between Joe Burrow and Trevor Lawrence will be one of the best national championships we'll ever see.