Culturally Cancelled with Russell Peters

Culturally Cancelled with Russell Peters

Real talk and real conversation just aren’t happening enough anymore. That’s what international comedy star, Russell Peters thinks, anyway. With his new podcast, Culturally Cancelled, Peters aims to keep it real by having conversations in his own backyard that allow his guests to feel at ease and unguarded. The first comedian ever to be offered a Netflix special, Peters aptly blends laugh-out-loud comedy with candid conversation as he chats it up with celebrity guests. While Culturally Cancelled will definitely host some of the biggest comedians in the business, it will also feature a truly eclectic mix of minds that sets this show apart from other comedy podcasts.

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July 22, 2021 95 min

Hey everyone! We're back with Part 2 of last week's conversation! And let me tell you something - If you dig the art of crate digging, you're gonna dig this episode! Lord Finesse, Cut Chemist and DJ A. Vee swap stories about early morning digs, and DJ Nu-Mark basically takes over as host and asks some pretty dope questions that we all have a good time answering. Plus, my comedy brother AG White stops by and joins in for...

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We have another two-part hip hop deep dive for ya! I’m talking to DJ Nu-Mark & Cut Chemist, of Jurassic 5 fame, and I’m also being joined by the legendary DJ A. Vee. Resident CC guest, Lord Finesse, sits in as well and for this first part, we share stories about the late Spinbad and the mark he made, our favorite DJs, and how we all got started in the DJ realm. So get into it and enjoy!


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Today, it’s our first Listener Feedback episode! Where you share your questions, and I share my answers. And my soon-to-be wife, Ali, and I share a little bit of our love story too! This episode is short and very sweet because Ali was here to do it with me. Can’t wait to have her back on the podcast again


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NEW EPISODE!!! On this episode, I'm talking to the man who changed the game for DJs, Mr. DJ Cash Money. No joke, he has created some of the most famous scratching and mixing techniques in the hip hop genre including the transformer scratch. And I'm also talking to Thee Mike B, a fantastic DJ and awesome human with some serious hip hop knowledge. We get a little carried away talking about 80's stereo equipment and pachin...

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This episode is what this show is all about- genuine conversation with genuinely interesting guests. Today I’m joined by my good friend Chuck Zito, who also happens to be a former Hells Angel and a fantastic actor. We’ve also got multi-talented musician and younger brother of Sly, Frank Stallone here with us, and there’s a new documentary out about him on Amazon called Stallone: Frank, That Is that you should all check out. To roun...

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If you’re hoping for another hip hop deep dive, this episode is it! I’m talking to one of the cats who got me into hip hop from the get-go, and let me tell you something- he didn’t need to be on the mic to do it! All he needed were his crazy legs. That’s right, hip hop pioneer and one of Rock Steady Crew’s legendary b-boys, Crazy Legs, is in the backyard with me! We get into how the term b-boy originated, how he gave up his mustach...

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On today’s episode of Culturally Cancelled, the hilarious Kevin Nealon (SNL, Weeds) and my dear friend, Angelo Tsarouchas join me in the backyard for some quality laughs and genuine conversation. Kevin has such a quick-witted mind, and he kept me laughing for the entire show, which is not surprising at all. Angelo, of course, is a fantastic comedian who regularly tours with me and is more of a family member than a friend at this po...

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We’ve got a new episode and it’s one of the funniest yet! My good friend and regular of This Week at the Comedy Cellar, Robert Kelly, sits down to share his many different incarnations over the years as well as his youthful sobriety story and his love of pipes. You’ll get to know sexy Bobby, Buddha Bobby, avant-garde Bobby and many more all in the same episode! We also have the stoically hilarious comedian, Yoshi, chiming in about ...

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NEW EPISODE! Come and get it, because we are dishing out more of what you’ve been craving this week! This is part 2 of my fantastic conversation with Big Daddy Kane, Aries Spears, Mad Skillz, and Lord Finesse. This time we get into our personal hip hop top 10s and Mount Rushmores and make a case for our favorites. The conversation gets even deeper, so this one is definitely for the true blue hip hop heads out there!


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This one's a two-parter because we know you'll come back for more! This first part of the conversation is all about the heyday of hip-hop and how much there is to love about it. And lucky for me, I’m joined by hip-hop masters Big Daddy Kane, Mad Skillz, and Lord Finesse to discuss all the finer points of music. We're also joined by the incredible comedian and impressionist, Aries Spears, who has no mercy for what’s pass...

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May 12, 2021 85 min

Today’s episode is absolutely legendary! The hilarious Jon Lovitz joins me in the backyard to share both his resonant singing voice and all the best stories from his SNL days and beyond. And the more he talks, the more I mimic him. I can’t help it! He’s so fun to impersonate! He also makes fun of my hair and then his dog throws up on my couch. Legendary! 


And speaking of legendary, Academy Award winner Jamie Foxx calls in! Jamie'...

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If you enjoyed the family feels of last week’s episode, then you’re going to love this one too! Joining me today is famed character actor, Nick Turturro (NYPD Blue, Mo’ Better Blues), his son Nick Nick Turturro, and TikTok sensation, White Claw Gabe who's also in the family fold!

The laughs keep coming on this episode as we get into the culinary nuances of various fast food chains, talk about Nick’s experience working with his b...

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This week's episode is a special one, because it's the Peters Family Reunion Episode! My mom had been staying with me in LA for a few months prior to my trip back to Canada, but I hadn't seen my brother in a year. So it was the first time we were all together again in quite some time. Our banter is classic family entertainment as we dive into our family history, how my dad apparently was disappointed I wasn't a girl...

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In today’s episode, I’m joined by famous former LA Lakers champion basketball player, Rick Fox, and Latin King of Comedy, Joey Medina! We talk about everything from parenting & Peletons to strip clubs and colonics. This one is real talk at its finest, so grab a cigar or a cocktail and enjoy!


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This episode is an uppercut, double roundhouse kick of a conversation. I talk with Spawn and Black Dynamite star, Micahel Jai White and Jiu-Jitsu master fighter, Rigan Machado. They talk about the commercialization of karate, what a real black belt is, and how Micahel Jai White is the youngest looking great-grandfather in existence.

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Today’s episode is all about early days and origin stories. I’m sitting down with renowned Canadian journalist and radio host, George Stroumboulopoulos, and legendary television writer and showrunner, Bentley Kyle Evans. You might not expect to find these two on the same episode, but putting interesting people together always makes for interesting conversation, and this conversation is no exception to that rule. George and I talk a...

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It’s an episode of OG hip-hop legends! These guys have not only given me the soundtrack to my life at certain points in time, but they’ve also become some of my closest friends. In this episode, Kangol talks about how he didn’t even want to be an MC at first, and Lord Finesse wishes that people would stop trying to be cool by crossing their arms at shows. Smooth B handles the rest of the talking with his “long story short" abou...

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​​Would you rather bomb or get knocked out? Well, on today’s episode, we are talking about all the ups and downs of comedy and boxing; where they intersect, and wherethey part ways. I’m joined by your favorite uncle and one of the Original Kings of Comedy, Cedric the Entertainer, who bares his comedy soul and tells us about his rougher nights on stage. That part’s for the lovers. And Representing all the fighters out there, we’ve g...

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Get into it, because this episode goes off the rails! I’m sitting down with the original bad girl of comedy, Luenell, who you know from Borat, Dolemite is My Name, and Coming 2 America. We’re also joined by the lovely Kym Whitley, Hollywood’s go-to girl for comedy. She’s been in Two Broke Girls, Black Dynamite, and Curb Your Enthusiasm, and she’s got a tale to tell about that last one that you won’t want to miss! On this episode, L...

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