In 2011, when Tony M Fountain, also known as the rapper TMF Precha, alongside his friend Max (Kryke Kooly) Taylor came up with Now Entertainment, the initial goal was to develop a standalone incorporated label imprint. The idea worked out — releasing songs for the likes of Silly Slim, Jhugh, DJ Tlk2em, and Beezy Baby. After some years, the recording category was partially ditched, giving aid to the entertainment sector and blooming into a music and news magazine.
Last year (2021), oversaw Now Entertainment’s introduction to the world of podcasts. First of all, what is a podcast? Podcasts are digital format presentations that are available for download on the internet. Podcasts ranging from audio and video, mostly star one or more recurring hosts engaged in a convo about a particular subject or current event.
In the early days, books, newspapers, and radio were the only means of passing information and gaining knowledge. It evolved into pictures, television (video), magazines, websites/blogs, kindle books, audiobooks, and podcasts. Presently, as of August 7, 2022, there are over two million (2,864,367) podcasts and one hundred and thirty-five million plus (135,736,875) episodes.
Now Entertainment’s debut program showcased an interview with Xpression The MC covering subjects such as his collaboration with Bizzy Bone as well as ‘Freemasonry’ (one of the world’s mature and immense non-religious non-political, fraternal, and charitable organizations). Due to a foreign hacker temporarily taking over the website and Facebook page as well as the company’s relocation, the piece was the first and last content to air.
A representative of the company recently stated it’d definitely be back for good, saying the second pod’ show is set to go live this winter via their official Twitch channel. If you’d like to be a guest on the show or submit your own questions for future interviews, head on over to Now Entertainment’s Discord server to get started.
Make sure to also follow the podcast host at https://tmfprecha.com