The Tom Joyner Foundation Launches New Hbcu Podcast Featuring Recording Artist DeP On The Title Song
Jason contacted the UniqlyTru PR's client DeP, along with several of the country's top noted singer and songwriters to write and record to the track he produced to be considered for as the title show opening. Tom would then go forward to select which song it would be.
"I basically tried to spotlight what my experiences at an HBCU were. I attended Texas College in Tyler, TX and did my best to write from a place that represented the culture, bands, sports initiatives, being "woke" through current events, and greek life! I pledged Kappa Alpha Psi there. I kept that same energy and I think they can feel it. It wasn't about me, it was about the goal of the podcast." says DeP.
Listeners and subscribers can hear the theme song on the podcast weekly on the reVolver Podcast Network and downloadable on all major streaming platforms (Apple Podcasts, Google Play, etc). In addition, make sure to follow the new podcast on all social media at HBCUbiquity and DeP at thinkdep.
The song and podcast focus on these key principles: HBCU Life, African American issues and perspectives on a wide range of topics and promoting people to choose HBCU's as the higher learning option.
DēP (pronounced "Deep"), is a triple threat talent (singer-songwriter/
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