Southside Rabbi

By KB and Ameen Hudson

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International recording artist, KB and respected writer and influencer, Ameen Hudson are best friends from the crazy streets of south side St. Petersburg, FL and share a distinct love for Jesus and for culture. Join them as they discuss important conversations on art, theology and Christian living from a unique perspective. You’ll never know what type of social commentary you’ll get from these dudes and their guests but we guarantee it to be full of substance, truth and “free smoke” for any controversy. The Southside Rabbi podcast is presented by Native North.

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Episode 4: Chronic Ashyness and Immature Missteps
In these difficult times, sometimes laughter is the best medicine. In this hilarious episode, KB and Ameen share a variety of personal experiences of trial and error… mostly error.
Oct 13, 2019
Episode 3: The Scandal of Grace (Botham Jean, Forgiveness, Justice, & the Gospel)
What would you say to the person guilty of murdering your brother? Would you seek vengeance or forgiveness? This week the nation was stunned by a remarkable display of the Gospel of grace. In this episode, KB and Ameen Hudson candidly unpack the history of the African American witness in the face of oppression and whether or not forgiveness undermines the pursuit and fight for justice.
Oct 05, 2019
Episode 2: Kanye West & the Future of Christian Hip Hop
In this episode KB and Ameen look at the future of Christian Hip-hop and discuss the state of the genre. They also talk about the impact of Kanye West, the history of Contemporary Christian Music and how movements originate and preserve.
Sep 30, 2019
Episode 1: Remember Death
In this debut episode, Ameen and KB discuss insights they gathered from Matthew McCullough’s recent book, “Remember Death: The Surprising Path to Living Hope”. Specifically, they converse about society’s denial of life’s finiteness, a scriptural perspective eternity, and a deconstruction of Joyner Lucas.
Sep 19, 2019