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Becoming Sober and Getting on the Straight and Narrow | The JerryJondo Show | Wuh Yuh Say Podcast

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Hey, guys, of what comeback to you another who ways a podcast. Guys, this one is going tobe a very interesting one. Is a lot more closer to home.I guess I can say I'm in terms of my me and myself dealing withreligion, I mean, and knowing some person that are streat strain us awayfrom there. There now their goals and sense as it is. But thisnext personalize I'm going to be interviewing this episode. I mean, you wentto school with me at Harrison College, so is something that I know whohe is. I played football and the course with him as well. SoI mean, stay tuned. It's a very interesting story. Take what hear, what he had to say and his whole story really so again, staytuned, enjoy it. Hit it by. Can only subscribe down below and we'regood. One on ways a podcast. Welcome to away. Is A podcast, as it is really the reach out to me to really talk aboutNicole, Jerry Jungle Jerry Joe, who you know, how your shirt reallyI mean? First of all, I mean I would have seen a bitof what you what you are doing for say, on your story and what'snot. But what the person that are that will not know who you areand know your account. Really what is what it is it show really aboutor anything that? If I were to take to the show, I willcall it the Jerry Joan new show. Cool and the essence of my adolessons. So I basically trying to convey the lessons that I learned throughout ina way whereby I could different characters, poetry the message from different angles.One as informative. That's one character, professor Thomas, then one who's moreof the advisor, more of like the tough love as a coach, coachTom. Then we have the storyteller.

We aren't able to actually tell thestory to like not have any sort of hypocrisy attached it. So like myperspective would be one that seems to be like, Oh, why can Ican't talk like that? He didn't look. But after I could speak from theperspective of Uncle Jerey or man is a store, like I could tella story based only topic. So, yeah, the Jerry Joan new shows, basically I'd see the essence of my adolescens. Fair enough. I meanthat's interesting that you would have incorporated your your me, your life in thesame so how you are going about delivering and producing this show really, butI mean you said you had some content to bring out. So, Imean water, what can be expect from you in the science besides just theintroduction of these characters? Were safe, because, I mean your whoever followsyou know may have seen a little bit of what you're doing. But what? What? What is going to be in this content that we can allforward to seeing? Okay, well, I'd see this content. You could. You could call it an introduction to WHO I am. I just decided, before I enter the Music Chap Man, the music chapter my career, whichis the two thousand and twenty two, two thousand and thirty period, thatI should at least say you know what, here my faults, here'smy journey to the points, the realization of why I have this new perspectiveof how I going to handle my life and my career with these upcoming theirkids. You know I mean. So this coming up here is just simplyme introducing myself. I don't want to give too much away, you knowI mean, but I would see it is me trying to also practice theart of vulnerability and cool. Then I would see invasion of privacy in aweek. Because when you inside the when you live the life of someone who'sa creative and an entity, and especially at on like a large platform andyour life is very accessible, you need...

...to learn not to handle people knowwhen your faults as well. Is Not a pretty coolfect image, you know. I mean. So, my music shall start to be released from Januarytwo thousand and twenty one, and I assure you to be a constant meto your shower, bro it will be endless. You know. I mean. So when the music starting, music and going to stop? That's forten years, and after that you start to get the full feature and films, and then you see the rust after from twenty four te etc. AndI mean yeah, but I mean yeah, you're doing music and while what lookslike when I was your splining will be starting as small, small skitsper se, and then you want to develop it into something that's a lotmore than that. But we're where would this inspiration have come from to diveinto to this medium for see and really get into all of this, becauseI mean, I mean, I don't know exactly what you were doing atHarrison College. I was it was but I mean I imagine I was nothingcompared or relative all what we're doing now. Will we're exactly so weird. Wordis whole inspiration come from to start with this? In true truth,I so I'll tell you what. So I was squeezed. So let's goback to Harrison. Man, I did not make use of my time insecondary school. I used to leave school very early, very often when Igot my drivers like since I was the start of it, you know Imean, and I started that biling and and weed, you know I mean. I used to smoke some weed and stuff. I I was drinking fromalage, but used to do a lot of like stuff that would slow medown from really know I mean was slow me? Don't really. Leans aresupposed to be progressing and at a fast pace. And it was up inthe speed, up in the peace and the avenues. I wasn't even supposedto be peeping my head or putting steps into bread. It was part ofnot past I was supposed to explore.

So wappens? Me Leaving Harrison College? All I told myself is Youo my brother. He was in Penn Statesand used to party frock, boring thing. I was like what, man,they say brothers big girls on bear desires that eyes. I go inAmerica to a party as unions, and I did. I cities, goingto go to state at school, a State University, to turn up ontoday. I used to, but some like phony degree, like I wentto Nice Study Chinese International Business, only because I knew that my parents wouldsay, oh, he actually has big dreams and they actually invest in that. So that lasted for four months. I dropped out, you know,I mean disappointing my parents. We decided to tap into my musical elements andlike my actual dream was all I say, always write poetry and I used tolike to write songs. So I went to Florida to study audio engineering. I went there, as we are, really started to that base where Ihad my change, and I mean on my epiphany. I started torealize like the part that was going on. Let's ide at that or prison brooksounds like. Man, I didn't come from this sort of back wrong. There's no reason why she tried to affiliate myself with people just to lookcool, to look like Thun and stuff, because I wasn't cut from that clothes, you know, I mean. So I to really be mastted.That was meeling it to be my wealth. I was able to find myself alady or they will also change my perspective, own woman, and thenthat changing style of my writing. So I was right in music and stuff, Mornte in love, Song, Avenue, profanity, fellows of my vocabulary interms of music, especially, and entertainment. Then my dad was tellingme you should go explore the visual element of productions. So I said Iso in to New York. I'll be film academy right now. I've beenstudying there. And what's happened? As we I was in this photography Iwas doing a photography course. We had this project where we were supposed tobasically take a picture of our social group, and the way I saw it,was my social group was me, myself and I, because it waslike man, all I be doing is...

...reflecting, autogizing, sounds like non. All I really be doing this thinking back only times pretty sobriety and onlytimes of mean while then and not being some not being myself and stuff on, all my past. I was just like damn, it felt as thoughI was really speaking to my younger self, like I'll be running back instances andexperiences in my mind like damn. I wish I could speak to myyounger self and tell him not to do this. But the thing is,if I didn't go through that, I won't be where I am right now. My perspective will be so clear. So then one day I was justsitting on and I hit being idol so out a free day and I wasjust my mind was running through ideas. I was mom plan and in marketingof this single, supposing ideab you single, and I realized, Dam if II had a shoe, for some reason I just like, if Ihad a show, what would I call lots? And I saw the cityjeremia and shore it as like brother Song Walk as I did show, didthat shoe, all kind of names. And I see what I say roundon my coach and I just say welcome to the INARE Grill episode, thatthe Jerry Joan do show, that I does it, and I was likewhat would I do? So I started listing all these characters based on liketreats of mine. I listed my treats and put carracters, will we sitsand clusters that could embody the streets of me. And after I was likedamn, I was able to come up with uncle Jerry as the old man, the coach, which is the kind of sort of like not authority ittoo, but kind of a rough love that the rougher advice. I'll givemy bread dreams and thing like the kind of like the kind of like theshow, don't kind of I by really trying to get the bass for themand and the teachers like the kind of informative moved to a lot of times. And I said, okay, so if I'm going to speak about ifI'm going to speak about anything, what would it be? So I decidedwhy not speak about my genie? That brought me to that whole level ofclarity to be able to release, sit down and plan that and as wellas able to see, well, it after be a genie to my adolescenceand it after all like come I need to like, I guess the essenceof it, you know. I mean, like what did I learn at theend of all lot? And that directly leads into the music as whenthe music would start. So it didn't...

...initially start off as like an introductioninto the music. It was just trying to see a way of introducing myselfto the entity in my industry and as time went along I started realizing thelarge amounts of music that I had. I was putting them off into differentprojects on different time released it. So setting notes and I was like,Damn, this one coincided with like Jerry Joan, who show, so Idecided why not combine them in a way so you get the music right afterJerry Joan now show. Yeah, and as much of about story, thatreally wasn't. Mean Guys, quite my employing because it's a lot of personsthat are maybe are around our age or maybe younger. They are probably doublingthe same drug drug maybe, or strain from the path that they can,because there many persons that go to higher schools. Lately we went to HarrisonCollege, Cause College, the other the more recognized schools that are in Barbados. And I mean some people tend to straight off the path and if theydon't really come to these senses. I mean you, you had your parentsand your brother. Maybe that would have helped you to help you to goback to the path that you need to go on to. So for aperson that may not have their parent who is a bit more level headed andwould help you to get back onto that straight and narrow path. Wil,advice would you give to a person that is that may not have that help? Really intruding man? You see, not so difficult because a lot oftimes, like I've been around people who did not have the sort of I'dsee back grown and like support system I have, because I still fill itwith myself, with ice, affiliate myself with people that came from tough circumstances, because I thought that, being in those environments and have and I'm aroad, you'd give us it in image and whenever I come with it.With them, like most of them have like this level of stubbornness which iswhich comes from confusion, because they had...

...to have this sort of strength toface the wild. I never to build that strength to face the will bring, you know, I mean they have to relief is they will. Theyhave friends dying, they have foundily members dying, they probably been involved insituations where people dying, all those stuff. So like me trying to tell them, Hey, do this. I tried, like when I kind oflike jumped out of the avenue and those sorts of like situations and handled groups, do sorts of social groups. I tried a promise you I tried,but, like, the thing is, you realize, like cittain, peoplecut from sits and cloth, right, so you can tell people that comefrom. I'd see impoverish communities and kind affiliations and stuff. All I'd see, man, the only thing I could see it to them still to Godbrow. If it's somebody who would see is like a want of the WHO'snot from that backgrouner wants to go and there just to look cool. Peoplewho want to just to look like just trying to be someone they're not.I would say it's simple. They have to become aware of their self.That the sit don't they have to decide first of all, who am I? What's are my strengths, what's are my weaknesses? Then I'd see.So I got this from warm buff it. This was in me. This twentyfive goal plants at twenty five goals, long team and shorts to pick fiveat a time and when you do five, don't do any of theother goals until we finish five. Right. So you break these goals down stepby step, out to achieve these goals, and that is what youshould have your focused on. I would see when they set those goals afterthe self awareness spirit where they really sit down and think to their self,who am I? What's are my strengths? What's are my weaknesses? They haveto decide what are the inhibitors, what are the IMPERI dements? Whatare the things at hole and back from getting those goals accomplished? It's people, if it's habits, behaviors, all...

...those stuff. You have to listthings. I need to become sacrifices. You have to sacrifice the fun.We have to sacrifice the short simplisure, all that stuff in mentality as stillbe well know, everything I do, every door light and is not mine, as my grandkids grandkids zone. I think there's the only way someone thatcomes like from a good foundation. Good doesn't mean you have to have allBrandan all money at the mode. I just mean someone who's who has levelheaded parents. You know I mean, but they just sweet by the waysthat it will, because we know the will is a very corrupt will.Be I feel like if all of the shepherds are like lost sheep, solike sheep of lost sheep, of following the big low sheep, and seemas we don't really have that shepherd, Bro Because if you look at itback any day the bye, all those names in the biblity profits, disciples, they would be celebrities, you know, Bra. They were the ones whowere popping, they were the ones that kids will be. I wantto be like him. Now it's more like you're being looking at that welooking at wrote what running the air weaves and what runs here. Use abunch of air pollution, Bra, a bunch of a bunch of mental pollution. So I think that the biggest thing is God. Bro Me, Ithink the thing I changed my life was my because I came from a very, really religious house. I used to be very reluctant to engage in thepractice of Christiana ty, and then it came to a point when I wasabroad. I have nowhere to teen, so nobody to sender but God.You See, the thing is it's not as dumb seeing or damn, youjust pray. Everything pops off. From now I think it's deeper than Ithink. It's faith because, no matter what, no one, I don'tknow anybody that just said, well, yeah, I just did this onit came in. I just praydy came in snapple finger. Now I believeprayers something that adds comfort to you. And the thing is you can't prayit with and then Lee's about it. You can't just pray and sit back, like I pray for a lot of things, but then I go andI put my work in fit. So I see. Yeah, I'd see, man, God is in poor sense,...

I know. Also, self awareness. That's like very key, because if you out there and you becausethe thing is, a lot of Simee people know themselves. Didn't know that. They know their self for themselves, every the waders and that case.But the problem is, like they try so hard to go against what they'redestiny, what their GPS is, you know, I mean they try togo so odd like why? That's the question. I oor like that.Yeah, yeah, I mean means you. You hit me on the head.I mean, there's nothing else that I can really tell you. Likenot agree with what you are you were saying, because I myself know acouple of persons that were in a couple of my friend groups now, butthey aren't there. A not a calling names or whatever it is, butsome people have gone and, you know, basically have been reluctant to listen toyou know, I'd raised out the other person may have said, andI mean my friend, a couple of my friends, you know. Imean we are Christians. So me, we're going to try our best.We try our best at least to help or advise those other persons that wecan reach out to. I mean, yeah, God, mean you definitelycannot just pray and sit back and hope for the best, because he isnot going to worry that. You definitely have to get up there and tryto put your own spin on thing, as I mean, that's just this, just us as creative that I'm talking about. So, I mean,but you still have for anybody else that is in some deep situation, theyhave to then think about themselves, as you said, and try to prayto God and put in the world as well, because God is going togive you. God gives us the office to the ability of choice. Soif we didn't choose to put in the work we nothing is going to happen. And I'm saying that is as I mean. I is is very crucialin a lot of people thinks who and as well, a lot of peoplemay sometimes be reluctant to even into Christianity for it. Yeah, but Imean that's that as a long topic in a whole yeah, thing really andtruly, I mean. But just come...

...back to really and what you weresaying, with just you doing music and leaving on the profanity, and youknow, the diner with the whole film and the visuals. Know Right now, wearing means quarantine per se. You're the whole world, and the wholeworld is no experience everything with a boat lace matter. Yea. So howdo you think that you would be able to incorporate what you already have,but as well as black lace matter, to inform other persons, as yousaid, because people do need to become selfaware. Okay, first with themwould black lives mattern quarantine. So the first thing, because he said quarantine, the first thing I jumped to my head, like with the quarantine situationand Corona. All right, curent number brought to a lot of stuff.That's is a big part. Yeah, that's the negative part. Is theEEL meant, the suffering, having to go to funerals of loved ones,to suffer having a loss or even, I'm to suffer the Ping of Corona. You know I mean. But then the positive is all I got.Like the only thing down card. I had experience, which is a periodof reflection and strategy, able to look back at what has been happening andno, able to see how did this affect my presence? I know inorder to shore and makes it, and that this future occurs. What doI do? That's what I got from it. I know the thing.Would the black lives matter? The only thing you see with my if Ihad a all of my dad still here talking low the hole. Sorry,that man. That's where I get my loadness from, the man of theall other side, and I just like real I can't even think. Butwould not lies matter? I adore the...

...fact that people are starting to relieve, like actually do things that like insuran change. I believe that everyone playsa part. They have some, that's it, the rule of behind thescenes. Some take the rule of the front line. You know, Imean so everyone. I would say me when it comes to if I hada like a plot formed that was steady level of someone who could really makesome change. I think that my my like my angle, will be moreto belong term effect, because I be sure, Timm effects and stuff.I would make myself UN number and the protest if I was able, Iwould have stood there. Jack won't have to do the riots and stuff.I not riots and breath. I don't kind of putting now and write.You know, I mean it really peel. And if you walk in past Gucciand you see or you Louis Vison, I see people busting in, ithard to say a no. But me I would I would very muchhave to avoid writing because if I'm a black man and we protesting for actuallyto be seen in different lights, are we doing things that they actually expected? Was? Breath is very contactive to what we're trying to get. Butif I had a platform, it would be more in to go take communitiesand try to impact the youth. That is something that a lot of peopledo already, that people do know about. Like sometimes it's tee people. Ican drink them. I won't have to tweet anything, but to like, we won't know what he's really doing. We don't know if, behind thescenes he has as a comet and there so alliat out or Brooklyn thisor whatever, these little even if it's sports clubs, things just to distractyou from the negative elements of their career, up their surroundings to be able tolike see what what leand do I fall in? You know I mean, like am I good at pains and not my good at singing, onmy good at drums, on my good at truck and feeling my good atthis time. I get at that. Do I like science? You're likechemy. Sure, you give all these sorts of options to people don't havethe options and whoever wants to stay, because you see the things you haveto like. I heard this owner an...

...interview that in the Keel did.The Dude said, controll the controllables. Like, if you really think ofit, all I can do is provide the opportunities. And then some peoplewho are very strongly influenced by their environment. Unfortunately, it would not appeal tothem because they're ready, like they've been institutionalized, like these surround likethey've been imprisoned and they've been born into like a self which is there certainevents, but then they have some like, for example, I can't lose hopeon anybody if I'm able to really have a one on one like relationshipand like actual connections and the impoverished youth do's in these slums or the ghetto. What's up? You want to quality hood. My Dad comes from that. My Dad is you like my dad. I think that I used to idolizeall these hidden rockers, all these come up stories and all them.The thing they had in common, was most of them, not all.Most of them out in common was that they were slinging and dope or daywas gang banging or this aner my daddy, in a vert touch on my dadwhen to the avenue books and like really having it mine own. Ido not want to be here and I don't want my kids that will feelthat I don't want them to even did, like distantly or remotely, experienced anysort of pay and I going through now, any started vation, hunger, any deprivation of basic needs or lots and afterwards, if I'm able toreally find the nest, like Cleveland, Thomas, so handful of them,I know what they're capable of. Side I have a lot of faith inthose communities. Almost all of my well, like my biggest inspiration in terms ofmusic, while in teams are rapping, I say can drink. He comesfrom the hood, but he didn't take the avenue, gang banging,for example. So let's have some kind of drinks out there. Bro It'show still are some to anyone savages, I guess. You know I mean. At least see like twenty one savage. If he was in rapping, you'llbe dead. You know I mean. So at least he me can belike he's a person as institutionalize, you trying to make vestals of thesituations. You know I mean, we saw Nipsee try to maybe best ofthe situations. Or like we saw handful of them really try to make thebest of what they had, even though...

...they had such institutionalize and limited mentalities. They try to expand and escape, but the thing is a lot oftimes they get help back and what holes. I'm back most of the time.Beside, just the environment is prejudice like, like they don't have thething to prove people wrong in terms of old black people are intelligence as well. We don't have to only run trap. We don't need be great at basketball. We into only excellent a rapping that we don't only kill herself,like they don't want to prove people wrong in those avenues most times. Youknow I mean. So sometimes it seems regressive and retrogressive to me the wholeattitude of the black man in America. But then like it's hard to judge. I don't judge them because I again, I can't relate. I live inBrooklyn, I don't live inside like and like bad style on these spotslike that. Those are like parts whears, like some really impart of rich people. Bro I already sawt on like subway as on hood, people whoeven younger than me speaking and Wirz that I just like, Damn, damn, boy sound like if he had some tough times, but I just like, Damn, thank you Jesus, and like damn, called less time onhere because, like, I can't even judgyman. It's it all. Somepeople who be like that kind of like snow befal you looking at them likedamn, they so load in hand the piece, and I think I justlike Bra at least they're like, you know, I mean. So allI could really at this point, though, before that platform develops, for meto be able to like to really impart the utes and the communities inthat way. Well, I could do right. No, man, Idon't know what I could do. All I can reduce work on myself,I guess, to become a similar of like black accellence, as all Icould do, said they like right, no, that's all I could do. Well, I mean, guys, that's all most of us that arehere, and probably is that are limited. Can Rad do it, as yousaid, because I mean it. There's not much that we can doas individuals, but I mean to, I guess, together. I wanteverybody, how the same mentality and you could have achieve stuff. You know, that's something really but I mean you...

...just say with your talk, withyour platform. I mean where would we expect to hear your music or seeany of your visuals besides instagram ready is they're like a youtube channel, andhe sort of. So as of right now, I have not had myyoutube channel created. That's not created as yet. I have an instagram formy post and an account which I haven't suched in quite a while. Thereare the things that are in development. I'd see the platforms that you'd beable to view my content when it becomes mad and made available. You'd beseeing stuff from September this year. Youtube, tick, talk, instagram and also, like you'd be able to twitter. Is Not something I'm going to havea content and stuff on. That would not really be too heavily explodebad. See the three men Instagram, take talk on Youtube and right now, I guess, any period of strategy and I'll say enactment and completion ofsome of these stuff. Right. So it come in do like it wasI was supposed to release from God no longer. I sorry. I likeI had stuff. The amount of tunes I had that I will God.Like I had so much stuff that I had completed stock, like a musicvideos, all the stuff just the stacked. And it was before corona. Bro, it was like, Damn, are going to release it bow andhad my homer show filmed. I thought to myself, while I'm going toadd its own weekends and Oh hell now. But I was like, Bro,it was. It was so far out to her, like it's likefive terabytes or something of footage. So I just they're like a how doI it was so much highlight went through doing this editing and corona came andI was like, okay, I listed all the music I had and listedall the this, all that, listed of bunch of stuff and I guesslike was able to strategize on so able to meet me September date, man, and any music are you will to actually put out for you getting musicon the most common you get it on...

...the spotify and apple music. ButI'm going to make it available to every platform possible, every like, everypossible platform I could hit and every country like it. You do it.You know I mean. It'll be a step by step thing. Is Onlyone hundred and ninety four one or judd and ninety five countries. You knowI mean. So my goal simply to get about ten people could country overthe next over the next five years. Man, once I get some peoplefor country like the other, the rest of them, I guess would multiplyaccording to if it resonates with them, and some might like some of thethe numbers. Is Hard to really look at numbers for me, Bro butthe reality of things is you have to find a way of feeding yourself,and I'm including yourself, keeping yourself sheltered, pain your rent and stuff. Somonetization becomes an important but as not some that I try to focus onis usually just trying to get it to people so that they could really like, I guess, like I did. They could get a level of appreciationI would. I was even for when I was thinking of the ideas.That will be great so those platforms, Youtube, instagram and Tick Tock withJerry Joan new show. You got it. Tunes on the most basically be spotifyedapple. HMM. Well, I mean, Jerry, though, thoseare are they things that you guys can look out for? whinning he's reasoning. He says September is no, no, be basically just started. You Lie. So it means I shouldn't be got too far away, and Imean there's not much that we can redo the during his years. So Imean you guys could just wait and see. I've seen a couple stuff that he'spost on his story. I mean it's really interesting that you guys cancan go and look. How I'll plug his instagraming into the description down below, guys. But Jerry again, welcome, once again. Sorry, thank youfor joining me today. I mean yeah, I mean that's interesting tohear your your your about grown story and everything. Mean, because I wouldnot have being able to necessary. I mean, I do have your onInstagram, but that's not necessary being as...

...close on up and knowing what you'reup to, know as you would explain here. So I mean thank youfor sharing your story. I mean it's not for me that definitely people whocan take into their own advice on your own straye ready, and just helpto move on and remember that, you know, out to put in theworld themselves, and God is there. It's as well, so as thoughit's is breath, it's again. Yeah, that's just it. ACKI Hohoy isand as life. I mean, if you want to get anywhere inlife, that's what you really have to do. So I mean, yeah, thank you for joining guys. Mima, yeah, I'm probably doing bro,I'd my area. Man, I see you've been doing your stuff.Man. Yeah, very proud a you doing mine. I like the wehad the kind of like Templat you are for the interviews. I'll be lookingthough, bro, now be looking at that Nice. I was like coursethat, like you see? Does he appeal like us? Able to catchmy eye? was like, I look at do it was the one withNeil Me Hannah saw you didn't. Sounds like he's fresh yet. So yeah, but when you think they'll get looking fresh, out there and I ain'tgoing to capture it, Bro, you know, I mean maybe a realcritical mom but out there, you know, I mean I was fred that fresh. But you doing your thing. Though, guys. Yeah, I'vehad to know if people saying that they lately. They have. Let likethe shows so far, son, I intend to keep going about it,I mean, I mean I hopefully everything will go out to normal. HasCorona goes along, gets over everything. So me I will continue and andhopefully this every wed I can get more people and onto the show as asI can to help spread their story as well as me other person's aware ofwho they are and what they do. But you know, that's that's justwhat it is. On Way to say poedcast here, guys, I mean. But just to wrap things up here, guys, subscribe down below. Allthe said, follow Jerry. His next will be in description down below, guys. Yeah, even by like calm down, did long down belowas well. I will see you, guys, for another video.

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