What's Good with Stretch & Bobbito What's Good with Stretch & Bobbito is your source for untold stories and uncovered truths. Hosts Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Garcia interview cultural influencers, bringing their warmth, humor, and a fresh perspective. They're talking about art, music, politics, sports and what's good!

What's Good with Stretch & Bobbito

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What's Good with Stretch & Bobbito is your source for untold stories and uncovered truths. Hosts Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Garcia interview cultural influencers, bringing their warmth, humor, and a fresh perspective. They're talking about art, music, politics, sports and what's good!

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Jose Parla

Artist Jose Parla joins the guys to talk about Cuba, taking graffiti seriously as an artform, and the joy of digging up old music.

Jose Parla

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Ana Navarro

The CNN commentator joins the guys to talk about life as a political refugee, winning shouting matches on cable news, and her patriotic love of peanut butter.

Ana Navarro

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Run The Jewels

El-P and Killer Mike talk to Stretch and Bobbito about how they turned slang into a slogan, homophobia in hip-hop, and the importance of cherishing shared humanity over political differences.

Run The Jewels

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Stevie Wonder

The one and only Stevie Wonder talks to Stretch, Bobbito and DJ Spinna about making music at Motown Records, pushing for the creation of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and missing his friend Prince.

Stevie Wonder

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Regina King

Stretch & Bobbito sit down with the actor and director to talk about making the move from movies to TV, how growing up in LA informs her work, and partying in NYC.

Regina King

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Linda Sarsour

The guys sit down with activist Linda Sarsour to talk protests, growing up in Brooklyn, and the radical act of speaking to your neighbors.

Linda Sarsour

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Chance The Rapper

Chance the Rapper joins the guys to talk about redefining mixtapes, using his influence for political good, and how having a daughter has changed his music.

Chance The Rapper

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Eddie Huang

The best-selling author of Fresh Off The Boat and host of Huang's World sits down with Stretch and Bobbito to talk sneakers, hip-hop and the American dream.

Eddie Huang

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The Academy Award winning actor joins Stretch and Bobbito to talk about his career as an MC, his process for getting into character, and how his faith informs his work. Philippe Callant for NPR hide caption

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Mahershala Ali

The Oscar winning actor joins Stretch and Bobbito to talk about his career as an MC, his process for getting into character, and how his faith informs his work.

Mahershala Ali

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Dave Chappelle & Donnell Rawlings

Comedians Dave Chappelle and Donnell Rawlings preview their month long residency at Radio City Music Hall. They talk to Stretch and Bobbito about their early days in stand-up, hosting Saturday Night Live after the election, and the changing face of their hometown Washington D.C.

Dave Chappelle & Donnell Rawlings

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