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Episode 16 · 1 year ago

Bajan In Britain | MEET COMEDIAN NICO YEARWOOD | Wuh Yuh Podcast


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I guys, are welcome back to you another way. It's a podcast video. These surroundings is are a bit different. That's because if you haven't pay attention, if you are in Barbulous, listen. That is we find some ash fall from the last two fair of all count in Saint Vincent other doing across to us, and I'll say it's temporarily not able to be used where he would usually shoot. You see me outside on my patio, but I'm still going to try to get this video to you, guys. So if you do see me, also, by the way, just whipping my face or find myself, it's because it is really, really hard. I'm using a fine. Would be too loud to just ignore that. But today my scoppecial guests that I'm going to have is call. His name is Nio Year with, AKA niecks man. He's a major comedian. He's now resting in UK, England specifically, and he performs at the top comedy club with, which is, I think is in London. I think I have to do check that, but I'm going to talk to him today find out more about him, what made him venture into co into comedy, and hope you guys, do enjoy and subscribe it. That's a great brandonwb below turn on post nification bell icons as well, and hope you do. Guys, just just enjoy this video, I mean as his has been a while, so I'm obviously by and to bring another episode to you. Guys. Enjoy well. First things first, welcome to yeah, you start to get straights. Welcome to ways a podcast. Firstly, as I said, any introd I would just just done. Your name is Nicoyar with Aka Nique. Smile Right, you perform at the top comedy club. Actually in a hit record on this as well. Not many people recognize you, at least around my age category, as I know you as a comedian. So firstly, I was just catch, just to start off, what what got you into comedy and who are the role models or the anybody in Barbados or seas on TV? Anything I up? Well, we'll got me in the comedy Um. Well, I was always kind of funny, I think, coming up in school. I think so, at least I hope so, but so friends used to tell me that was funny back in the day growing up, and I the main thing was that when I went to get a job but I graduated from university and Whatnot, is that I always used to struggle the office work, you know, working in the office and stuff like that. I found it kind of hard and I would all this kind of get like, not depressed, but I'll be like they got to be something else better out there for me to be doing. I got I got a creative spirit. So I always felt the need to do something creative. I wasn't sure what it was, but then I had like a friend's voice in the back of my head. He always used to say, my you should, you should be a comedian, you should be a comedian, but I didn't know how to go about doing that at the time. So I guess being not being good at office work is what got me. is a comedy really, but in terms of influence, I would say like Mak fingle, if you know Matt Fingal Him, yeah, so, you know, he's my uncle, really him tell yeah, yeah, so him, seeing him doing jokes in like when they used to have the calypso tense, he would tell jokes and between so...

I guess, and I usedee, he used to put out like albums back in the day, so I would listen to those I from find it hilarious. So he would be him and Trevor Eastman, you know, hilarious guys. So those would the people who I would see in Barbados doing comedy. But I wouldn't know, I didn't know how to get into it, or I didn't know at the time if something I wanted to get into. I just used to watch it and enjoy it or listen to it and enjoy it. M mean me, you know you're not into it. You know, perform at the top comedy club, which is top secret, topsy top secret comedy clubs, but I do. I that's not the only one I do. That's the major one. I'm out most of the time. So it's like a circuit, you know, different places, you hop around, but it's just that I'm there quite often. It's the best release. I mean yeah, definitely. That's where I saw a lot of your stuff, your instagram, if all you on, and I not yesterday myself when you put out the for the eight minute long set special that you that you just recently instagram posted about as well. I mean one thing that you you always see within all your material is that you're always referring to not only your home Barbados, but you're also very engaging with with the audience. So I mean most people growing up and whatever they have, they have struggles with with presenting and in front of crowds and stuff like that. So how did you get over that and we're able to communicate with the audience and get over that hurdle ready? Oh boy. Um, I like the spontaneity of I am some one who if I have us, because you can have a script for your jokes, you can have let you can sit at home out right out ten minutes of jokes, but for me that would be boring if I performed it like, let's say, five times in a row just doing those jokes. Some people do that. You see some people go on stage and it just stick to their jokes and don't talk to the crowd. You can do that and that's fine and for some people that suits their persona more, but I get kind of bored quickly with written material. I get really bored with it. I'm like sometimes they go to I got tell these jokes again tonight and I'm like, I don't want to do them. So I prefer the spontaneity and the interaction. But getting over it is. I guess it's just something that, like anything else, you try it. You try a small bit to start with, so, like you don't go straight in and just I'm going to talk to the audience for the full ten minutes that I'm up here. You know I mean. So it's like anything. You try a bit first, you know, dip your toe in the water, and then you go back the next day see if you like it and, you know, try and improve it. So it's just about slightly first time you do a presentation at school. You know, the first time you do it you're really scared and you you know you don't want to do it, but after you do like five or six of them, you kind of get the hang of it. It gets a bit easier. It's one saying yeah, but you just gotta Tell Yourself. It's like just gotta tell yourself that, you know, what's the worst that I could happen? Really it's like yeah, yeah, you no one's gonna kill you. You know. I mean, like it might not work and you just brush it off. And and the thing is left it when you're doing comedy and it doesn't go well, you just call it out and you just say that you do, you just let them know.

Well, that internal how I expected it and I would get a laugh because they would that would put them at ease as well. I put you as so it would get a little chuckles, you know. I mean, yeah, that's understandable, but as you just right around mentioned about in terms of being presenting at school and when you present school, and you know, there's that negative battle lash. Sometimes we are somebody would be laughing on making a joke at the person that's on stage or being defindly class surrounding. You mean, you just said that my finger and you and your friend they were are those are some people that were pushing you and like quietly in your ear, just mentioning that, you know, you should be a comedian and whatever it is. But yeah, that was my friend who was saying, yeah, friends, was great that you are. You right, right, but you know how it is in Barbados, where we are, you know, stick to the doctor's lawyers as such as such, and most people then are you have that sense that you can chase your dreams as a child, but you essentially you ended up chasing and going overseas to venture out off and do something overseas. But a how did you yourself deal with us? C I'm sure you would have had to deal with some negative people telling you, oh no, you can't do that, you that you you shouldn't go overseas and do that. And that's something that you fine with a lot of children who get that influence from their parents. So was there any doubts from your parents but what you were going to do, because, I mean you do mention a lot of your family within your material as well. Yeah, people thought that I had lost my mind when I say when I give up my job and started the comedy stuff. But yeah, you're always going to get that, you know I mean. But so, yes, from some family members, some friends, you know, there were like what you doing? You got a degree, you know, stick rer office job kind of thing. So yes, I did get that. But you know, you just gotta because they don't mean no sense doing something all your life that you going to be unhappy if I you struggling with you know. Yeah, I I hate the Song Cliche, but yeah, at the end of the day, you gotta, you gotta fallow your heart, you know, I mean so, like I think deep inside of all of us we kind of know what we want to do. You know, I mean you, you, you might not know exactly what it is or how you gonna how it's gonna like manifest or whatever, but you kind of know. Like I in the office, I kind of knew I have to be doing something creative because this whole number is done a counkeding this. This isn't fulfilling to me, right. So I had to take that and I was like, okay, what can I do that's creative? And I was thinking maybe art, you know, drawing and stuff, but it's I still kind of like to draw now, but I don't get time to do it. So it's like is it drawing? Is it acting? Is it comedy? You know, I mean so, yeah, okay, so that's it really you. You kind of gotta know what you want to do or feel get feel for it and just, yeah, just go for it, man. So that's something. I mean, you know overseason. You how long is that? Can have you been a comedian in sense, I guess. Well, like pro pro would be,...

...that'd be like five years. For five years, yeah, but where I'm doing it full time and nothing else come to fight. Yeah, probably five fife, okay, and you would have, I don't keep time of it, and you would have been you would have moved out to England. How long ago, because I mean that that I know I started. So I came out here to study. It came out here to study. So I didn't I didn't leave barbarous in mind, but Oh, I'm going to be a comedian in England. No, I was out here studying and working. So it completed the degree and I went and got a job and yeah, in the job I was like, yeah, I can't be doing this. I get so yeah, okay. So then, exactly is always saying when we when you made that call back home as because you mean you even mentioned it. You made that joke to the audience in that special saying that Oh, there's no bages, any crowd, not even my my mother my father have come to come to see me. So when you first made that call back home to let him know, this is what I'm going to be doing and this is my fulltime job, what was what was their aspects, your expression, their expressions and thoughts of everything? Then I think, yeah, at they were concerned. There were like this, this guy, you know, you got to degrees and we spent all this money sending him to a school and all this kind of thing, and here he is throwing it all away. so that was kind of luckily, though, I would say that my mum, my mom, she I think the whole sense of humor and creativity might have come from her side and she was more kind of like understanding in a sense. I think she was more like well, if that's what you want to do, go and do it and, you know, just give it your best. But I guess you would have still prefer me to be doing office job at the time because you know, it looks risky and it is risky and in fact doing anything is risky to be honest, but it looks riskier to ask coming up in that, you know, you come up in Barbados and you hear all your parents saying yeah, go school, get a degree, get job and that's it. You know, get married, that kind of thing. So yeah, if there were kind of like still, but she was, my mum was like well, if that's what you want to, go for it, you know. So she was kind of like very supportive and, you know, in terms of telling me to pursue it, okay, and just quickly. I mean I didn't mess mention at the beginning that. I mean it's Nico Year with Aka Nisman. So where did nicksman come from and where did that originate? Oh, that's just what my boys called me growing up. That's that's just like, rather than say it's just laziness, rather than say Niqual, they would rather than say nice old they were just a nicks and then it became nick smile. So that just just see me Nicks were doing? Were you going? You know. So then it just became nick smile rather than me cool. So that's just kind I came from, okay, and I mean you know in Bobby just we have a laugh it off and other your ash will some other stand up comics, comedy comedian. Sorry, in Barbados. Have you actually come back here and performed here for audience or is that some warm there? But yeah, I haven't performed there. No, not yet. No, ways, a goal or desire at least. Yeah, eventually. Yeah, when I can travel again and whatnot. But okay, you can't travel at the...

...moments. Yeah, eventually, but yeah, I know some of you guys about their front and I see some of their stuff on instagram. So yeah, so, like, I know Lord Sen. Yeah, he's a main one that I first started seeing. Like his sketches are everywhere. Yeah, I know Um Die Brown. Yeah, yeah, and Roman Colt and I'm yeah, yeah, so I i. You know, I see their stuff online. Okay, hopefully when I I don't know when. I coming home to Barbaritis, but I was to go last year, but the whole corona thing is so that's just mash up everything. So, Um, hopefully either late this year or next year, for sure. Yeah. Well, I mean some of the sports. Yeah, and especially mean you just mentioned the whole thing about corona kick kicking off and everything Hollid. That effect you as a comedian and other comedians that you may know that perform any same top secret comedy club they was it very, very, very hurt it hurtful on your your shows, etc. Or did it cause you to be even more creative and produce even more sketches at home? Yeah, well, yeah, it completely shut down, you know, the life gigs and what not. So then you had to do stuff online. I wasn't really a sketch I put out a few sketches because of Corona. Yet because of the lockdown, because you know, you didn't have the live audiences anymore. So, yeah, it kind of forced me to try something different. I know, like some people, they were into sketches before and know then it started doing comedy, but I was the up opposite this. So I was doing this stand up. I know I'm doing some sketches, but yeah, so, yeah, the lot done was helpful in that sense. It forced you to try something new. But no, I mean also I also recently a huge not have you also are doing your own podcast with, I'm guessing, to year own makes as well. It's called three speech podcast. We're in the whole idea and thought process come from to even be cut beginning a podcast. I mean you guys just talk about anything really. Yeah, it's just well, to be honest, is like almost everybody got a podcast these days. So so we were like, you know, we had planned to do that ages ago. It's just that we are all so like disorganized them we could never match up or schedules and whatnot. So that was we were probably meant to start out like a year and a half ago or two years ago, and it's only now we were like, listen, we gotta start now, and since we got time and we're a lot down and whatnot. You know, let's start it now. So it was easier to match up the schedules then. But yeah, so we GIG A lot together. We all came out around the same time, started comedy around the same time. So, yeah, that's it. You're good friends and it's just the way of getting some thoughts out and, you know, maybe some of the stuff we discussed on the podcast would be like ideas for jokes, you know. Ok, yeah, so, yeah, it's good fun to just do some bands and whatnot. Yeah, but how I mean? You obviously are, no, I would say quite accustomed to England and the lifestyle of England. I mean you interrupt mentioned a lot in your your material as well. So for anybody guys coming...

...out in Barbados and may not know exactly how to get into count into comedy, what's the first thing you tell them to do and how to go about doing it? But I don't know you mean for England or in general in general? I guess. Yeah, in general. Well, I don't know how the circuit works in Barbados, but what happens is any clubs over here, you start off with a five minutes that give you you go to like open mic nights. These were would be like the amateur nights. You take like a five minute set there, you know, and these were normally be drained to we like we days, and then at the weekends they might have, you know, longer shows or like, you're not not professional, but a higher standard. So basically, the people who did well during the week with their five minutes spots, they might get offered a ten minute spot at the weekend. Yeah, so then you go from five minutes up to ten minutes and then probably up to fifteen and then up to twenty. But making a jump from ten to twenty is a you know, it's it's not as easy as it seems. So basically I would tell anybody you get your five or you get your ten minutes or yeah, right time, minutes of comedy, because it's not going to be good, maybe, for sure. So that ten minutes going to come down to maybe five or even three minutes. So yes, start out writing ten minutes, go to the bars that have the comedy nights and you go down there and you test at all and record it, you know, record it on your phone or your doesn't have to be video, and you don't want to be putting it out there yet. You want to get just audio, you know, and go home and listen back to it. And you go home and listen back to it, you see which jokes worked, which ones didn't work and which ones you got a tweak that showed potential and you just edit them, get rid of wants that didn't work at all and then keeping what kind of works or what worked and just go from there. You this is really started down. You just mentioned it. That not takes me into the thing that I want to start with. My podcast, which is going to be called story time, which so it was had the ere's the what'sn't your best experience that you've had during a show? What's play? What's the best crow interaction then you've ever had? I can't, I can't think of off the top of my head, Dude. The thing I was most proud to do, I guess, at the time, was there used to be the show called the wildest I guess. Yeah, they used to be the show called King Gong. Yeah, and and it would be at the comedy store, which is probably the most prestigious, most famous comedict club in the UK. And what would happen is when you're starting out, you got to do five minutes, but the crowd is kind of like encouraged to heckle you or show stuff at you space like a beer pit, and also they handle cards to the audience. So three cards to random people in the audience and if all three cards go up, you got to get off. They kicked you off the stage and they play a tune like hit the road jack and the bull you off and whatnot. So if somebody you you're there performing and one guy doesn't let you he put up...

...his card, then the other two will be like not, probably give him a chance. Give him a chance and see how it was. Then somebody else might put out the curse. So then you got two strikes and if the last person put out the car then you're out to there. So it's kind of and the audience is very impatient and I'm rowdy, you know, and heckle you a lot. So and so it's it's sort of a like being like a gladiator type situation. You did throw you to the wolves kind of thing. So I think when I won that that was one of the best feelings. I eventually want it and being I mean you win it, they let you come back and do a set, and actual set at the comedy store, which is like the big club, you know. I mean it's probably the most famous, most prestigious. So that was one of the things that was my most, yeah, fulfilling or rewarding experiences winning that for me at the time, because it was like, I want to play this club, I want to play the comedy store, I want to get my name outside the comment store. Yeah, so that was that was big for me. Well, I mean it's good that that you were able to win it after all, and I mean know you jump to even higher heights and you got on better and better and I'm sure you yourself will want to keep improving and and get better on your material or whatever it is. I want to ask you about one image that is on your instagram, though, and I'm quite interested to see how how this how you this happened really, because you took a picture with with frank lampboard. I don't know if you're a Chelsea Fan, I don't know, but how how did you heard that really happened and how did that? How would you go about meeting Frank Lampard? Well, no, that was we my girl at a time. Well, she was, she was my girl out of time. She's not my wife, but I I don't think we were married that. But she got she used to her job. She used to get tickets for clients to take them to premier league matches and they would be like VIP tickets, okay. Yeah, so, you know, if there were no clients to take to the matches, she would just have tickets sitting there. So I would be like yeah, I'm going, yeah, I'm the client now. So yeah, we just went. So as I did it with VIP tickets. So we went and you'd going to the the box. What you called the box? Yeah, the executive box and whatnot. They give you a three course meal and whatnot. So frank and John Terry at the time, we're up there having yeah, they were there having their lunch and they were with their celebrity girlfriends as well. So what happened is basically one person got the balls to go up to them Manna and ask for a picture, and I just openly floodgates. Everybody was like fuck it, you know, everyone to send all right, yeah, well, I want a picture too. So yeah, I just went over and said yeah, Frank I got one er the Terry as well, so that's happened. Okay, but I mean, I guessing you are football. I like football, but I'm not. I'm not. I wouldn't. I'm not a Chelsea man or arsenal man, or she she used to get arsenal tickets as well, so watch them as well. But I'm a I'm a shame to say, I'm a Newcastle Man. Oh, okay, it is not too bad way, you know? Yeah, it's not, is it? Cause that's that's where I studied, that's how I...

...was living when I came to England. I was in Newcastle. So you gotta support. Yeah, you at support. We were living in here in a year from and whatever it is I mean as I mean, is much better now than me supporting my my chest united, because no way this entire Super League thing that's going on is Ale. See y'all, how a chance o wit de Perm really do that? We know we may have about chance. Not everybody else going to somewhere else? Yeah, not everybody. You'll have a chance. No, just started window and wrapper everything going to bring it back to the to the entire comedy thing. I mean you just said that when you worn over that one, over that prestigious club, that that was a great feeling for you. But I'm I'm sure that you would have been heckled and I mean I don't know if that would bean your worst moment. But exactly what was an experience that you remember that made you really think about if you regretted the decision to become a comedian? Or have you ever have you? My question essentially is, have you ever regretted going into this path, or or do you not? I think the only thing was, I mean sometimes you get some shows you you know what, like the shows which are just average. If you get a string of just shows that are just like they're not bad, are they're not good, I think to a certain I say those ones hurt more than bad shows. Okay, you know. I mean so like a bad show, you could be like kind of laugh at yourself or be like you could possibly blame something else, you know, like Oh, this was never gonna work at all, but it once we're in the middle, where is neither hot or call. If you get a string of those, sometimes you could be like why, you know why you question yourself. Why am I doing this? Am I good enough to be doing this kind of thing. So I guess when I was starting out earlier, if I had like a string of shows like that, I could I could be like, should I really be doing this? Are My parents right that you maybe? Yeah, yeah, we're there right, that I should have stick off this job. You get a kind of but yeah, that those all disappear. Where you get the next great show, you know? I mean so it's just what you take on board. But yeah, I don't think I've ever really been like, you know, I'm done with this, I'm fed up with this, like profit. I mean I get dolts sometimes. are used to get thoughts where it's like Yo, or maybe even when corona started it. Yeah, I was thinking, Yo, if I had my office job, my accountant job, I was still be getting money. Yeah, that kind of thing out there. Yo, these office people got it sweet man. Yeah, so stuff like that. But I don't think but I was late after three years and I don't think I was ever like Nah, I want, I want to quit this. I don't think I was ever. Yeah, okay, well, I mean like you hear some people and I've I watched a documentary from kept the Kevin Heart documentary that he did, what his life and him going doing shows and doing movies...

...and his life. And you know, you hear about footballers, cricketers, assessor e Sucher, they have ways in which they go about to motivate themselves before a game, before a show. So what do you use pris personally, to remove those little extra nerves and prepare you for a crowd that's on a night? I I don't really got a strategy. I my my my main thing is that I don't eat before I go on stage. If I okay, but before going sted then, you know, you tell me is all over the place, kind of yeah, but I don't really. That's my main thing. I don't eat before. I used to drink before you go on stage, okay, but I that is that's not helpful, you know. I mean so when I was first starting out, I would always have to have the drinks of beer or a Guinness or something before you go on stage. But out that would be that's a like false courage, you know. I mean. Yeah, so I was like and that eventually like slows you down, you're not as sharp. So the eventually had to get over that. But so, yeah, my main thing would be I don't drink before I go on stage, I don't eat before I go on stage and if it's I don't really get nerves like when I first started out before let I don't really get nerves to that extent because I more know what I'm doing. Kind of thing. What I would say I just do some breathing to get settled. If I'm brushed and I run around, then then it's not a good situation to be in. So I would say, yeah, I do some like breathe into just settle myself and from so yeah, it'd be breathing. Well, I mean does some good information, only for Comedians that we want to get into the comedy and everything, whether it be if barbed us or anybody that's watching, because, I mean this, there's some people that are listen to this from America and some other places. So if it, then with I does happen to listen and they they can use your advice to their your benefit. But as that's for anything, man, yeah, for any sport, any anything you doing at all is in allable being in the moment. So it's answer is about like Groan than yourself. So, like, even if you're going to play football, you're going to play a cricket, you're going to play the record at anything. If you are, you know, you're not in the right head space and you thinking about this, are your Russian this, you're not going to perform as well as if grounded and whatnot. Still, yeah, and breathing helps bring you back to the moment. Whatever. Yeah, because I used to like runch shows as well. I used to run short, okay, put on my own shows and you know, you're be promoting them, you're trying to get people to come, you're chasing up the COMEDIANS to see if they're coming, and you're setting out the room. I used to be doing all of that and I would find that whenever I put on my own show, because I'm doing all these extra things, I wouldn't perform as well. You know I mean, because I got all this, yeah, extra stuff going on in my worry about, yeah, work. Yeah, I worried about if enough people going to come, if the next comedian is going to be here on time, you know it. So it got all this head and I'm not focusing on what I'm supposed to be doing, you know. So it's yeah, it's all about being grounded and being focused on in the moment kind of thing.

Well, it also helps to live like the crowd, the crowd interaction. Yeah, yeah, yeah, that doesn't understand the ball. Yeah, yeah, but I mean you've managed to stay grounded and you've got a rid of all those things for, as you think, for about fighter is five, six years. You, as you say, you haven't been necessary counting or keeping. Try. But just before I rapper everything to say, is it anything that you want to promote and including, if it is, that for the year special, for the minute special. Yeah, tell everybody go on Youtube, spend my name, Niko. You're with Beijing and Britain, or just type in Beijing in Britain and watch that special. Yeah, I put it out two days ago and I would love with everybody go and watch it and like it and leave a comment. Yeah, the exactly that, guys. But yeah, thank you for joining me. On the way say forecast. So you want, you watch the whole thing. II have like twenty minutes left to go. I had a stop because they had in the same I go go finish. No, actually myself, because okay, but I try. I I for the little small clips that you have. One already IGTV ones. I made sure to watch those. Always make sure to watch the way when they come out and if I have to put mark them and come back to him because I don't know what it is because, as I was saying, they're not many comedians that are really in Barbados really so you and even if they are, you don't hear about them unless you're if you're involved with them per se, are in the creative industry. I find that that's happened now a lot where no me now doing film and find out more about the the film industry, the more artistic and creative side of everything. You kind of know, seem more on your e spools a lot more people. So now is when I be really finding out. Last year are a bit before about day Brown and all these days coming out and speaking. So I mean, yeah, she's you just have to go both the way and I guess it is different. It's difficult to really say in my my perspective. A lease, if that makes sense. You doing a degree in film? Yeah, we're, Yui. Is that you? We are community? Yeah, I you you, but is it? What is it called? What? What's the title is called? Motion Picture Arts is like vision is like creative arts, motion picture arts. But I mean the plan is to actually go to England and further that and get better at least and see where that takes me. Okay, cool, yeah, but yeah, I did say that's good, man. Yeah. Well, the saying thank you for joining me on we say podcast guys. Do going as he said. Go on, go on Youtube, type in equal year with pasion in Britain and watch all for eight minutes. Watch all, every single last second, because it is funny. I have my last minutes to go and watch right now. I just I'm done that assignment, so I can not going to watch the rest of it and subscribe to his channel as well, don't. I mean if he's going to release more content in the future. So you don't want to miss it. But yeah, thank you for joining subscribe you. Yeah, thanks for having me on, man, no problem. Shit it, Bro. Yeah, and real link up when I come come down next year. Yeah, no problem. Is it is here? Yeah, for sure, man. Yeah, all right, man. Yeah, thank you guys again. I subscribe. If you are in new can be by icon and I will see you guys. For another way is a podcast video.

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