(AllHipHop Features) Tarik Ross, Sr – the Snoop Dogg-affiliated organizer – has started a new podcast called “Speak On It,” a weekly series where he will take his storied legacy in the community to the digital airwaves. The ceremonial first episode interviews AllHipHop’s Chuck “Jigsaw” Creekmur, who discusses the election with Trump and Clinton, Stan Lee’s Los Angeles Comic Con as well as a plethora of issues facing the African American community. The show takes a humorous turn when Creekmur shed’s light on the mindset of some of today’s emerging “mumble” rappers, and how they should learn about the music business reflecting on those who’ve gone before them.
As the history making presidency of President Obama comes to an end, Creekmur passionately speaks on how African Americans should view themselves moving forward regardless of who moves into Pennsylvania Ave next week so check the interview below.
Tarik Ross Sr. is From Pasadena, Ca Has over 20 years experience as a national trainer with the Amer-I-Can Foundation founded by NFL Hall of Fame great Jim Brown. Since 2010 working on special programs for Stampede Management. Also, is the President of the Snoop Youth Football League. Has served on several advisory boards for elected officials throughout Los Angeles County.
Ross has collaborated with AllHipHopp, BET, and notable hip-hop artists on No Guns Allowed Campaign envisioned by Snoop Dogg.
Ross, Sr. is also working on the show with his son, Tarik Ross, Jr.
Tarik Ross Jr. (T.Ross) received a Bachelor of Science degree from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona in Communication/Public Relations with a minor in Business Management. He now serves as a Student Services Outreach Specialist at Mt. San Antonio College (SAC) guiding High School students through higher education.
With over 5 years of experience in student advocacy, T.Ross has dedicated much of his time developing skills and expanding his network to better support his community. He is also a community relations videographer and photographer for various hip-hop artists, professional athletes, and community based organizations.