Thursdays, 7:00 am – 8:00 am
Tune in weekly as your hosts Shantae Young (Tae) and Jasmine Kendrick (Jazz), two opinionated girls from Seattle, offer up their take on what they deem “The Way” and “Not the Way,” on hot topics such as pop culture, politics and music.
“Seattle has a music industry that’s just brimming with talent and waiting to explode,” said Tae. “The Way is your one-stop shop to get the inside scoop on this new local music,” added Jazz
They say the show aims to bring attention to the variety of creative spaces in the vibrant Emerald City.
Shantae is a Content Creator, Marketing Coordinator, Podcaster and Pop Culture enthusiast. She says she is a quirky realist who likes to go with the facts. She is technically a transplant to Seattle, due to her Navy upbringing, however, considers Washington to be home as she has lived here now for 11 years. By day she is a Marketing Coordinator and fangirls over things like social media and analytics. By night, she is a pop-culture junkie, karaoke superstar, and budding political enthusiast.
“I am excited about the new opportunity to branch out and explore the radio industry and give our listeners the perspective of the young, black, millennial, struggling through Seattle,” Tae said.
Jasmine is an HR Administrator, Model, Podcaster and Sloth Enthusiast. She says she is an outgoing Leo, who makes friends and conversation anywhere she goes. Her love for people and communication have aided in her success as an HR Administrator and budding podcaster. Born and raised right here in West Seattle, Jasmine plans on bringing a truly Seattle perspective to all topics on The Way, as only a 206 native can.
“My nickname Jazz is fitting, as I have a love for dance and music, as well as pop culture, food, and all that glitters,” Jazz said, adding, “With our podcast and radio show, we hope to cultivate deep conversation, and bring a refreshing energy that can be a bit out of the box and entertaining.”
Learn more about these dynamic women and their mission to bring entertainment and thought-provoking conversation to us all:Listen to The Way with Jazz and Tae Podcast