The Daily Show's Wyatt Cenac on 'AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange'

Friday, January 20, 2012

Wyatt Cenac is best known as "The Daily Show" correspondent behind popular segments like "Black to the Future" and "Rapper or Republican." When he is not working for "The Daily Show," Cenac’s is acting and performing as a stand-up comedian. His current project, hosting the fourth season of "AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange," is a documentary series profiling men and women from across the African Diaspora — including California punk band Fishbone, a 26-year-old solar energy entrepreneur in Mali, and a minister’s daughter who plays calypso music.

Listen below for more from Cenac:

Wyatt Cenac On 'Burning in the Sun' by TheTakeaway

 

Wyatt Cenac On 'That's My Face' by TheTakeaway

Guests:

Wyatt Cenac

Produced by:

Zachary Dinerstein, Kristen Meinzer and Sitara Nieves

Comments [1]

Aaron

Great story. Thanks for turning me on to this documentary series. Even as a white kid, I listeed to and loved Fishbone, Public Enemy, Tribe Called Quest, in addition to Metallica, Black Flag, Motorhead, etc.

Jan. 20 2012 11:15 AM

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