As we celebrate Black History this month, we wanted to feature some of the items we have in our merch store. We celebrate our history 365 here at Blerd-ish. Feel free to search for the historical, the important, and the artistic that represent our people. February sale begins 19th-23rd. As always the the links below […]
What up folks. I attended the tenth annual Chewbacchus parade in New Orleans this past Saturday. My first time attending even though I first heard of it a few years back. Honestly, I haven’t attended a Mardi Gras parade in a while, but with so many of my friends, fellow blerds taking place in it, […]
Random-ish is a spin around social media and the internet into blerd/nerd, anime, music, pop culture, art and podcasts. It is basically things we may not have discussed yet or may not get to. Updated 12/28/19 What up folks. How many of you all are still on that Watchmen high? We are. Since we haven’t […]
We are joined by St. Clair Detrick-Jules. She discussed her new project inspired by her 6-year-old sister Khloe. It was created in an effort to help her sister love her natural hair. The result is Dear Khloe: Love Letters to My Little Sister, a book of photos featuring a hundred Black women, accompanied by their […]
In this episode, we have the honor of interviewing one of the most important and perhaps the best blerd rapper alive, Mega-Ran! We discuss his journey into the nerdcore rap genre, the diversity of his material, and how he’s pioneered his own lane creatively throughout his rap career. We also discuss his upcoming project, AGES. […]
Up and coming Youtuber Donterrian Kelly joins us on this episode of Blerd-ish. We discussed how he started the channel, the name of the channel, and the inspiration behind his current hit viral videos. Here is one of his recent viral videos. Subscribe to his channel!!
Today we are by joined Christopher Turner, creator and coach of the Southern Lab E-Sports team. He explains why the sport is growing and why its important. We also discuss the opportunities students can earn from scholarships to careers, the games players should focus on, and the economics behind this giant industry.
Dana Morgan of Danique Events and Danique Cosplay joins the podcast today. She is a premier convention photographer based in Atlanta. We get to know her experience in the convention business, what led her into becoming a great photographer, and the army of cosplayers who have thrown her into the cosplay game. We also discuss […]
Marcel P. Black discusses
“In Search of the Black Messiah”