Joe Rogan's Spotify Deal & Jordan's Last Dance - The Cheatcoders Podcast

Episode 119

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2nd Jun 2020

Joe Rogan's Spotify Deal & Jordan's Last Dance

The boys talk about the 50 million dollar deal that Joe Rogan signed with Spotify and discuss the impact that it will have on podcasting and on the music/ streaming industry.

After watching the Netflix documentary, "The Last Dance", Raf wanted to talk about the "alpha" mindset and whether it's a good or bad thing. They argue about who is the alpha in the Cheatcoders.

The topic of Takeshi 69 is brought up which leads to a conversation about musicians committing horrible crimes and the fact that they tend to get concessions because of their talent. 

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A Sydney-London based podcast showcasing creatives and their journey/stories.
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About your hosts

Don Doing Stuff

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Don was brought onto the Cheatcoders team after starting his own podcast in Singapore. Initially bringing him on as a guest, he refused to leave.
He built a creative career as a singer and musician. In the early 2000s, he co-founded "Soul Good" which was built to showcase the music of local artists and musicians.
Don continues to advocate for local creatives and entrepreneurs, seeking to grow the culture and community.

Raf Flores

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Raf Flores has a decade experience in producing videos from planning, production to editing. Understanding the importance of the connection between the art and it’s audience, Raf aims to carefully work with his clients to ensure the best process and style necessary is executed to produce the best content to showcase towards the target audience.

Expanding his skills, Raf began podcasting with The Cheatcoders Podcast, allowing him to further understand the community of creatives in his local area and use his research and conversations to improve his business and art. With years of podcast experience under his name, Raf aims to help others start their own podcast journey and tell their stories.

Natz Blazin

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Natz started the Cheatcoders with Raf in late 2017 as a means to improve his communication skills and fear of public speaking. Natz was immediately drawn to the podcast medium which sparked a new creative outlet after years of feeling stuck in a rut, predominantly in his time as a recording artist and the leader of Hip-hop collective 'Round Circle', a group of vocalists, DJ's and producers based in Sydney Australia. Natz's true passion has always been around business, notably taken from his mother who has built multiple ventures in her time and even up until this day. Often labelled as 'the wildcard' due to his impulsive nature, an interest-based nervous system and a Ferrari engine brain paired with bicycle breaks, Natz has managed to barely navigate through life but also has it credited to much of his success. In the last (but not final) whim of impulsivity, Natz moved to London only a couple of months after starting the Podcast, where Raf and 'soon to join' Don all agreed to continue as a means to stay connected and be inspired.