"I was able to make a position for myself"

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By: William Freeman | Mon, 05 Feb 2018

"To chase my dream I run away from home."

HTP 14: Kemino L Riot

I know Kemono as a dancer and a teacher within the Glasgow dance seen. However, I didn’t know about the story of his family and his journey in music.

He opens up about his family and his life after leaving Congo from the age of 3, the circumstances that led to his departure and the pain he felt goring up without his parents around.

By: William Freeman | Mon, 29 Jan 2018

"As soon as I put it on it was one of those magic hats"

HTP 13: Sam Carter

Sam is well known music promoter in Glasgow who is responsible for bringing acts such as The Game, Snoop and few other to perform in Glasgow.

He is an entrepreneur with over business ventures besides his agency involving both his brother and mother. He knew what he wanted to do from a very young age from the moment he placed a magic hat on his head.

By: William Freeman | Mon, 22 Jan 2018

"My dad has never really been in a job"

HTP 12: Karen Saramandif
Welcome back everybody! Been a long needed break to get things done, take on feedback and start fresh. Our 1st guest of 2018 goes by the name of Karen from Mauritius and as usual it was an awesome discussion.

Firstly, in the intro I meant 2018 not 2008 so apologies. Based on feedback I have gone and changed the format a bit but having similar sectors and making the podcast a little bit shorter. Any feedback will be welcomed. Head over to the and let your feedback be known via the contact us section.

Karen was the perfect person to start Humble Talk in 2018 with. She comes from a nice sun filled country with a good job but decided to risk it all on a career change in wonderful Scotland.

By: William Freeman | Mon, 15 Jan 2018

"We were not classed as citizens."

HTP 11: Christian Lilombo

In his short life thus far, Christian has been through what others will have arguably experienced in a life time. However, he takes it all in his stride and always looks to a bigger and better future.

It was an amazing experience interviewing him and as always the vibe in the studio was second to none.

By: William Freeman | Sun, 14 Jan 2018

"My dad came over first, lived by himself for 4 years and just stacked that paper.."

HTP 10: Nana Hughes-Lartey

As a fellow British Ghanaian I have a soft spot the Nana even before the massive respect and inspiration I got from him purely because he is a go getter.

I have plenty of time for individuals like him who work hard and also willing to take risk to bring about a positive change not just for themselves but also their community and those around them.

By: William Freeman | Sun, 14 Jan 2018

"He worked himself to the bone to afford a life style friends could only dream of."

HTP 9: Duncan Tembo

Duncan Tembo has a keen eye for making music and being able to start something special when given a little ray of inspiration.

He tells his story from a privileged life in Africa to making music for others.

By: William Freeman | Sun, 14 Jan 2018

"Looking back at it now, it pretty mad to think what my mum did back then."

HTP 8: Lewis Schofield

Lewis Schofield aka Scope is a ridiculously talented musician and was a pleasure to have him in the studio.

Scope is very measured, self-assured and aware about his talent. He not only has the awareness about the business side of things but also the importance of presence and making a connection and its long term benefits.

By: William Freeman | Sun, 14 Jan 2018

"Your passion brings you to places"

HTP 6: Axel Jane

What can I say about this guy?
Had an amazing time in the studio while doing this episode in the presence of some very creative minds, the vibe was awesome.

Axel has great love for music and humanity, he wears his cloths inside out as a symbol of equality for all. His only little bit of additional contribution.

By: William Freeman | Fri, 22 Dec 2017

"Am a heart breaker, haha"

HTP 6: Lauren B Colli

Lauren is well travelled, strong and very self-aware.
She is an American with a Swiss father but now calls Scotland home.

I have a lot of appreciation for her willingness to take risk and raise to new challenge all in pursuit of her life ambitions.

By: William Freeman | Sun, 10 Dec 2017

"I quite vividly remember stalking through the house saying "when are you going to divorce that man?""

Carla Pisaneschi is a dedicated human being passionate about her work and her life's interest.

She is very self-aware and takes a great deal of care in analysing how a her actions could impact others, especially when it concerns her family.

Carla is in the medical profession working in the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK. She shares her opinion of the NHS and how things could be improved going forwards.

By: William Freeman | Wed, 29 Nov 2017

"They punish you for your personality because they do not know how to cope with that"

HTP EP4: Teeray Grant

Teeary is very interesting indeed, He grew up in London and life has taken him on an interesting journey. Teeray is incredibly passionate and has a great memory, I was surprised about the level of details in his recollections.

Teeray Has faced a lot of challenges and I obviously intrigued to understand as to why those challenges seem to arise in numerous stages in his life and why he thinks they occurred.

By: William Freeman | Mon, 20 Nov 2017

"I wanted to be an artist from a young age"

Patrick is an aspiring musician with a great passion for afrobeat.
Born in Nigeria Patrick like many Africans who appreciate the value of education completed his educational journey however, his passion for music was and is now his greatest guide in life.

Was very much appreciated to have had Patrick in the studio for the podcast.

Hope you enjoy the episode as much as we did making it.

By: William Freeman | Thu, 16 Nov 2017

"I knew I was in trouble when I stayed for breakfast"

HTP 2: Janina Bannerman

Janina is a special guest and a wonderful human being who embodies true emotional strength most human beings will very much desire.

We at the humble talk podcast studio had an amazing time getting to know Janina during the recording of the podcast.

By: William Freeman | Sat, 11 Nov 2017