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Talking to Kojo Nnambdi about “Go-Go Live”
The host at the NPR local affiliate WAMU Kojo Nnambdi and I had a conversation about my book Go-Go Live. Kojo went to the same Georgetown, Guyana high school a couple of years before my dad, Terrence Hopkinson. I met Kojo again at the 2011 Guyana Cultural Association’s conference at CUNY during Labor Day weekend as part as the Caribbean day festival in Brooklyn.
I really enjoyed the conversation. I love how Kojo wove in clips of “Li’l Benny “The Cat in the Hat” and Wale’s “Pretty Girls.” We also listened to a clip of the Bounce Beat kings TCB. It was an honor to appear on his show.
Here is the AUDIO
and here is a TRANSCRIPT of our conversation.