Pop Culture Weekly

Pop Culture Weekly

Pop Culture Weekly is a weekly podcast covering movies, music, TV, streaming & everything in between & features interviews with your favorite celebrities. Hosted by Kyle McMahon and a rotating panel of guests, Pop Culture Weekly offers news, reviews and honest commentary on what's going on in entertainment. Presented by iHeart Radio & recorded at iHeart Radio WRDX.... Show More
April 24, 2020 29 min
In episode #44 of Pop Culture Weekly, Kyle McMahon talks with multi-platinum recording artist Lauv about his brand new album, How I'm Feeling, as well as his worldwide smash I Like Me Better. Then they discuss mental health and play "I Like Me Better When I'm With...'

Then Kyle sits with best selling author Mallika Chopra about her new book Just Feel: How To Be Stronger, Happier, Healthier and more, living with intent, and how to help your children during the pandemic.

Pick up your copy of Just Feel: How To Be Stronger, Happier, Healthier and more on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2VWHNXe
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