A few of Guam's baddest DJs jump on the podcast!!!
My longtime friend Jude Lizama jumps on the podcast!!! Enjoy!!
Blake Watson is a former sports reporter and is a radio dj with Star 101
Freddy ForPeace jumps back on the podcast again to talk music, life, and the latest nationwide tour that For Peace Band went on earlier this year.
Part 2 interviews of Guam Fashion Weekend with Reed (Music Producer), Arie Ritten (Artist), and Jerred Alexander Pastones (THENATIVEWORLDWIDE)
Guam Fashion Weekend was hosted by The Native Worldwide and completely blew my mind on the amount of talented and passionate people in the room This is a two part series of interviews done that night. This first part includes interviews from GUCustoms, The Regulars, and Kreem x Butter.
The homies, Kikoman and Jude, jump on the podcast with Jude's longtime friend, Nick Stevens. Nick is currently a traveller of the world and his outlook on life is seriously inspiring.
Dr. Austin Shelton is an expert in marine biology and an assistant professor at the University of Guam
Tomas Rojas, CJ Noket, and Ned Pablo jump on the podcast to talk culture, identity, and the possibilities in the future of Guam.
David Lopez is a local artist, musician, and the host of Taste Buds on 89.3 KPRG Radio.
Manny Cruz is the host of the Fanachu'! Podcast.
Cuddy Q is a musician who has fully immersed himself into the local culture and is blasting onto the mainstream with his latest local viral hit, Island Girls.
Drew Arce and Darrell Shandor are salesmen. But there's more than meets the eye!! Check it out!!
MR hits Japan and meets up for a quick episode with podcast veteran Steve Lefever.
Terrence Diego, Peter Carbullido, and John Kamminga are members of The Hurao Academy. They are looking to keep the culture alive through language by teaching it to both adults and the youth of the island.
Longtime friend of the podcast visiting the island after splitting abruptly 9 months ago to chase his dreams.
Peter Quiambao is one of the spearheads of the video game fighting community here in Guam.
Dr. Mike Bevacqua is a professor at The University of Guam, columnist, and advocate for the revitalization of the Chamorro language and the decolonization effort.
Ray Chargualaf is a fitness expert and entrepreneur.
Moneka De Oro is a Cultural Practicioner in the Healing Arts of using Traditional Chamorro Techniques to heal the body. She shares her view on Chamorro Identity and Chamorro Healing. Find out more about this aspect of the Chamorro Culture by listening to this episode of Master Random.
Joey Certeza is an artist, entrepreneur, and cultural practitioner. We explore the meaning of what it takes to be "Chamorro", what is indigenous art, and where do we draw the lines between ancient and modern indigenous art.
The podcast finds itself in the Big Apple, NYC, with long time friend, Kenneth Hunn. This episode is filled with a whole mouthful of awesome ideas and conversation that will leave you with some food for thought. American politics and American economy is discussed and boy, it's a wild ride. Grab your favorite beverage, plug in your headphones, and delve into another awesome episode of Master Random.
Nate Daddy and AJT jump on the podcast and hang out to talk shit. Enjoy hanging out with the most best friends of the podcast!
John Bermudes is a freelancer, entrepreneur, local artist, former soldier, teacher, and musician.