The Vibe Juice

The Barr Hangover -EP13

Welcome to the VIBE JUICE podcast episode 15 – The Barr Hangover.   Yes, this is a fiery one and Christopher Jeffrey hold nothing back and puts Mueller on blasts along with Barr leaving America with an awful hangover.  Joining us this week for the first times the lovely Gidget Pew, social media specialist who didn’t quite know what to expect with our animated Christopher J.  who keeps us in stitches.  

In Booty Juice on business and entertainment Song B gives her rundown on how the Golden State Warrior  successfully defeated the Houston Rockets and without Kevin Durant.  Ayesha Curry is noticed for her appearance and comments on Red Table Talk and we also honor the memory of urban king, Nipsey Hussle.  

Cartoon by Ramsey Morales Izqierdo

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Escaping the Matrix – EP12

Chief Saba

Christopher J.

VIBE JUICE Episode 12 features a Vibe Crew trio with Song B., Christopher Jeffery and Chief Saba Ali Ar Rasheed as we jump deep into the swamp juice and leave enough room to dangle our feet into the booty juice.

The banter begins with the movie Platoon and the Matrix.  Christopher has fond memories of the last two high school reunions.  Chief Saba sheds wisdom on political history from Nixon era to bush and today and announces his the release of his first book, ‘Notes of a Black Man: Leaving the Matrix’  which will available soon.   Speaking on the Matrix, the conspiracy theory is that we are in a Matrix under a banana republic in the United States and most of us are unaware that this is a plan by design.  Pimped by   lead controllers who are playing 3-D chess with our democracy, from spies, to news and information and impacting the quality and well-being of all Americans.  Hiding behind inflammatory 

Chief Saba asks, why is there a in communication break between generations?   He never experienced that in his youth unlike the youth today.   Depression along with social media influence and suicide are at rates never seen previous history.  Are we pacifying youth and disconnecting them from the real world with recognition for little effort other than just showing up?  What is the push message in today’s music in pop genre rap?  The big take is the message to millennials:  don’t close off to the experience and wisdom of those who came before.   Chief Saba challenges youth under 30 of African descent,  the critical thinkers with open young minds to take a stand and challenge the system.   Chief Saba also reminds us that every life is  a book.  

Big up to the new members of congress; A. O. C. (Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez), Ilhan Omar and Rashida Talib who are shaking and cracking the foundation  on the hill.  And congratulations to the new couple Cory Booker and Rosario Dawson.   This show is epic.  Check out sample video on our new Youtube Channel.  Full shows to come soon.

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Keep Democracy in Tact – EP11

Sonja Brooks the ‘Song B’ and Christopher Jeffery

Episode begins with more juice from the swamp with Christopher J. and Song B. discussing the Cohen hearings beginning with Republican Representative Mark Meadows attempt to shut down the hearing before it began; and the closing reprimand by House Oversight Chairman Elijah Cummings who challenges “Keeping Democracy in Tact” while Trump is  in Hanoi to meet with Kim Jung Un who walks away without any negotiations .  Juicy Booty news from Chicago, Florida and Hollywood beginning with Jesse Smollett’s predicament regarding his questionable attack by racist and homophobic villains that may in fact be a fictional; Patriot owner Ralph Kraft exposed foibles with strip-mall prostitutes and the Did the right thing Oscars.


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Swamp Juice- EP10

Swamp Juice is the theme of this episode and ironically befitting with the mud and pigs of American politics in the Chinese lunar year of the Pig.  Gung Hay Fat Choy- Happy New Year.   In this episode Sonja Brooks aka ‘Song B.’ and Chris Jeffery have a hot list of topics  in our featured segments Orange Juice discussion on politics in America and elsewhere; and Booty Juice arts and entertainment.   Christopher takes off on the run and burning up the track on the latest news straight out of Trump’s swamp initiating the government shutdown and placing the country’s security at risk.  Other swamp topics include Nick Sandmann and the Covington Catholic school youths who besmirch and disgrace Nathan Phillips, Native American veteran.   We had to discuss the troubling Virginia Government leadership including Democrats to Republicans from blackface to allegations of sexual misconduct.

More on blackface, rapper 21 Savage immigration problems and Super Bowl so boring under Booty Juice.

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A Little Whiskey and Deejay Wiley – EP9

Oakland Deejay, Phil “DJ Wiley E” the Spaniard joins the Vibe Crew with Song Bee in this episode. He talks about the deejay industry; battling with other deejays and Doppelganger Dee Jays in other places with same name. He says it’s important to find yourself, your identity, and being your own Cheerleader.

A little whiskey and the conversation heats up from Spain and the Conquistadors to claims that Libby Shaaf, Mayor of Oakland can dance. So stay tuned.

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What You Say May Get You Fired and Uninvited, with Exceptions -EP8

It’s post-Thanksgiving and after a bit of a hiatus, Christopher J and Song B are back in December to closeout the year and bang it out on all that’s been vibing in American sports, politics and society.  

First, we want to thank all of our listeners to the November podcast who went out and cast their vote to help create a blue wave.  We give the Orange Juice run down in politics with the latest Trump antics and distractions of firing, hiring and conspiring and presidential lies that caught former President Clinton.   In honor of G. H. W. Bush, quick review of the legacy he leaves including the pros and cons.

Sad news in ‘This is America’:  discussion about the two security guards who were heroes and mistaken by police offices as criminals and shot dead.  

Booty Juice splash on the firing of Marc Lamont Hill from CNN for comments deemed controversial; Kevin Hart disinvited to host the oscars for comments tweeted years ago.   We have a president who says anything, but a comedian is shamed.  Why are some privy to express their opinion and certain groups cannot be criticized?   Black and Silver losses appeal.  The Raiders skirts the worst NFL record of 11 and 3 with one recent win against Pittsburgh, but without a home.  So where to now?   

We laugh and cheer sipping on Sorrel, a traditional Jamaican holiday drink made of hibiscus flowers and spiked with whiskey.   So have a save holiday and Happy New Year from the Vibe Juice and please leave a 5 star review with Apple music, Sticker and other podcast platforms.

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No Time For P.C.- V-O-T-E! – EP007

Welcome to the VIBE JUICE episode 7 with returning co-host, the dynamic, talented, insightfully expressiveVJ Favorite, Christopher Jeffery. Rah… Yay…! Rah!

THE JUICE OF THE WEEKextended discussions this week starting with John Gruden’s poorly performing Raiders. We also take no mercy regarding the onslaught terrorist incidents, bomb threats and racially motivated killings in Kentucky and the murderous rampage at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pennsylvania; the worst anti-Semitic attack in US history and mysterious hangings and murders of Ferguson Black Lives Matter activist.

Chris and Song B take a glance at the gubernatorial race in Florida and Georgia bringing out the big gun of supporters; Oprah Winfrey; how white nationalist are emboldened by Trump’s rhetoric with his latest threat on the 14th amendment; and Megyn Kelly’s disastrous comment that dressing up in blackface was OK when she was a kid.” Last but not least is a minimal reflection recent KanYeflips and Ye-flops. In good humor, there is a sidebar on Southern dialects and social media reaction to postings.

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Music credits: “Get You A** Out and Vote!” Jennifer Lewis; “The Blacker The Berry” Kendrick Lemar; “Good Vibes” lyrics Sonja Brooks a.k.a Song Bee, back ground music “Good Times” composed by Dave Grusin.

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JUST VOTE! Kanye and ‘While Black in America’ EP006

Joining the ViBe CrEw once again is a VIBE JUICE favorite Christopher Jeffery.  In the Juice of the Week segment, ‘While Black In America’ we take a look at the many recently recorded incidents (thanks to FaceBook Live).  We give a big up to Shawn Pepas Lettman NY Lyft Driver who came under attack with a barrage of insults and demoralizing name calling by Robert Ortiz after picking up Ortiz and friends at a gay club.  Because Shawn’s incredible humility, The Vibe Juice crew awarded him with the (UPP) Urban Peace Prize.  Big up to his mom who raised him right!   We touch on Melania Trump allegations that no-one is more bullied than her;  Black Millennials and voting, and lastly Professor Kanye.

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Home Grown Oakland with Christopher Jeffery EP 005

This weeks co-host is local talent Christopher Jeffery.  His is a former veteran, a singer and graduate of film school at University of Pacific with soon to release his project called “Colonize.”

Christopher was raised in Oakland and excelled in music arts programs.  He  attended the Y and P program at UC Berkeley that was also attended by Rafael Saadiq, Rodney Franklin., Joshua Redman, Derrick Hughes.  He talks about overcoming a rough teen patch when he was kicked out of Danville High, the passing of his mother turbulent times with father.  We discuss how being raised in Oakland; and how surviving school while black creates a positive path when there are good role models with teachers like Mr. Morris, Ms. Linda McClain and Ms.Barbara Martin who made a positive impact in his life as mentors and leaders.   He talks about overcoming a rough teen patch when he was kicked out of Danville High, his mother’s passing and turbulent times with father.

He returned to obtained his diploma and later joined the group the New Travel Voices as a musician with the talents of Maxine Jones, Brenda Vaughn,  Nikia Germaine, Michelle Jordan and others.

Our Orange Juice political topic of the week: our disappointment of the senate vote that secured Kavanaugh as the newest Supreme Court  member.  And the Booty Juice on Kanye’s mental disconnect.

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Learn For Yo’self: Oakland Mayor’s Race and Dallas Episode 004

This episode features  Sonja ‘Song B.’ and new co-host Ali Ar Rasheed, J.D. business consultant and organizational development gives background on the now defunct New College, discusses mayoral race, rank choice voting system and the importance of connecting with others to discuss candidates and how you benefit from their goals for Oakland.  Sit down and learn for yourself.   Song Bee and Ali also take a dive about the fatal shooting of Botham Jean Shem in Dallas.   Vibe Juice welcomes Ali Ar Rasheed to the Vibe Crew, a man with a wealth of information and knowledge who is down for the people.

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