Comedy legend Godfrey blesses the trap with essential stand-up comedy stories and that realness you rarely find in Hollywood. Godfrey starts out playin chess with DC Young Fly and tells stories from the early day of Def Comedy Jam and the Peppermint Lounge. Godfrey remembers the Chicago comedy scene and performing in front of Chicago superstars like Michael Jordan and the Bulls and R Kelly doing open mics
Godfrey worked on the set of the Bill Cosby Show and tells his personal experience from being in the atmosphere of Bill Cosby. The New York comedy scene is different and Godfrey explains why he loves it so much. Karlous Miller asks the question, “ Who were some of the comics who disappeared? Godfrey’s father was a teacher for 45 years and Godfrey shows his appreciation. The crew gets to talking about Nigerians and the possibility of doing comedy in Africa. Then it gets deep when Godfrey starts talking about ALKEBULAN, OPRAH WINFREY and white people with Black kids.
Godfrey also shares his take on Wild N Out and Nick Cannon asking him to be on the show. Much controversy was stirred up about the Fanbase app from Issac Hayes III and Godfrey gives more context. PLUS! everybody loves the impressions and Godfrey does the Steve Harvey! The show takes on a whole new energy when Godfrey gets his chain tucked! The crew explains the difference between a skit and a sketch. Finally Godfrey does Richard Pryor and Paul Mooney impressions that are too good to miss! This is the coldest podcast!