Settle in for a captivating journey on 'The Truth in This Art' podcast, led by your host, Rob Lee. For today’s episode, our guest is BeMo Brown, a prominent figure in the Washington DC creative scene, is a producer, curator, and event maven. Known for his expertise in orchestrating large-scale festivals like the DC Funk Parade and PBR's Flower Bomb Festival, as well as curating sophisticated gatherings such as Urbane and Parlor-styled discussions, BeMo showcases a deep understanding of the creative landscape in DC. Alongside hosting the "Wake N Bake With BeMo" podcast and live morning show, he works diligently behind the scenes to transform live-produced content into lasting media formats like albums, podcasts, cassettes, and web series. BeMo is not only focused on his personal success but also on nurturing the growth of the DC creative industry, providing opportunities for emerging artists, and fostering the city's cultural legacy. His dedication to meaningful, educational experiences and his willingness to take risks for the betterment of the creative sector define his impactful presence in the community.
Inside this recording, we venture into:
- BeMo's perspective on professionalism in creativity, delving into the paradigm shift towards communication and execution over traditional norms.
- Dive into the podcast's discussion on go-go music's evolution, as BeMo dissects its contemporary relevance, highlighting youth participation and emerging dynamics.
- Immerse yourself in the podcast episode's discourse on innovation, as BeMo underscores the significance of dismantling conventional approaches to foster cultural growth and transformation.
This is one episode you won't want to skip! BeMo shares his journey from being a teacher to becoming a full-time entrepreneur. He discusses the importance of creating events that go beyond the surface level and provide meaningful and intimate experiences for attendees. BeMo also challenges the notion of professionalism in the creative space and emphasizes the importance of communication and execution in building successful relationships. He shares his thoughts on the state of go-go music in DC and the need for new movements and evolution within the genre. BeMo also discusses the role of culture in society and the need to break free from traditional practices to create new blueprints for success.
Sponsored by Creative Affairs Office, Office of Cable Television, Film, Music & Entertainment.
🎧🌟 Don't forget to rate and review this episode to support the best in podcasting! 🌟🎧★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★