Kempire Radio

Kempire Radio

Kempire Radio has a long history of music and entertainment. We have interviewed some of the best from Brandy to TV Icon, Oprah Winfrey. We took a brief hiatus but we are excited about returning to your airwaves with a new perspective.... Show More
July 24, 2020 107 min
It is a jam packed week of music and interviews. The Kempire had TWO amazing conversations with multitalented creatives including Kevin Andreas and Grammy Award winning, Cocoa Sarai. In both conversations, we find two very different multitalented artists that share one thing and that is the courage to pursue their dreams no matter what. They are the definition of fearless and we believe their words will inspire new generation of fearless art. Music Feature: "Wild Blood" by Kevin Andreas: https://equitydistro.ffm.to/wildblood IG: @kevinandreasofficial "Raining in My Room" & "Coffee In The Morning" by Cocoa Sarai: https://eqdistro.io/cocoasarai Watch "Big Dummy" Video: https://youtu.be/fR6dQm-5ZRI IG: @CocoaSarai Pre-order The Shindella's "Fear Has No Place" here: https://orcd.co/presave-fhnp (Available on 7/24) IG: @TheShindellas Ads: ****LIMITED TIME OFFER**** Get $20 off when you mention "Kempire" after booking a reading with Empath and Medium, Markus Barrington at http://markusbarrington.com Support our network to keep this quality entertainment going. Become a patron: https://www.patreon.com/kempireradio 23 & Me: https://bit.ly/23andMeKRN Get Quip: https://getquip.com/rf?referral_code=wj47h2q8 Follow our host on his social media: Facebook: The Kempire Twitter: @TheKempire IG: @TheKempire Follow Kempire Radio: Facebook: Kempire Radio Network Twitter: @KempireRadio IG: @KempireRadio
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