Having recently concluded our fifth season, we at Business of HYPE would like to thank you all for tuning in, listening and subscribing to our show. We’ve had an amazing roster of guests — from multi-millionaire entrepreneurs and streetwear legends, to groundbreaking artists and award-winning designers — that we hope not only informed but inspired.
As we prep for our next season, we also wanted to bring attention to HYPEBEAST Radio‘s network of podcasts. MIC/LINE, our music-centric show, delivers in-depth conversations with some of the most relevant music personalities of today, while HYPETALKS rebroadcasts live recordings from HYPEBEAST-hosted events around the world.
Finally, we’d like to spotlight our newest podcast, The Anthropology, where our host, fashion journalist Tiffany Godoy, takes a deep dive into the companies, brands and people shaping fashion and culture today. Each season focuses on a different topic that criss-crosses borders, languages, genres and eras to tell the story and break down the ethos of these key figures.
In its first season, title “Fashion Anthropology,” Godoy talks to the artists, designers and original street scene makers that surround the pioneering brand Slam Jam. In this five-episode series, we immerse ourselves into the culture of Slam Jam, discovering that it serves as not only a distributor, retail space and online store, but also a cultural hub for art, fashion, music and much more. Holding on strong to its underground roots, Slam Jam trail-blazed Europe’s streetwear scene well before it became the industry titan it is today.
So tune into to hear our the first episode of Fashion Anthropology and make sure to subscribe. As always, thank you for tuning into HYPEBEAST Radio and Business of HYPE. You can subscribe to our channel on Apple, Spotify or wherever else you get your podcasts. Feel free to hit Jeff on Twitter, @jeffstaple, or via email at email@example.com, and he may answer your question on a future episode.