Episode 5: “Work While You Work”: From Target to MTV Wild N Out with Comedian Darren Brand

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In this Episode I interview Minority Trailblazer, Darren Brand where we discuss:

  • How he made the leap from Target to Comedy Full-time Why
  • What it feels like to open up for the likes of Kevin Hart, Mike Epp’s, and others
  • How he prepares to perform in front of thousands of people

Who Should Listen:

  1. If you are in aspiring entrepreneur figuring out how to follow your dream while working at your joy
  2. If you are a comedian, public speaker, or performer looking to get more exposure
  3. If you enjoy positive, real, progressive conversations from minorities perfecting there craft

Information About Darren:

Darren Brand’s “ol skool” style of comedy takes his audiences back to the “best times of their lives.” When this native of Southern Pines, NC is not with his band of #FFCS brothers, he can be found hosting collegiate events like the Annual Homecoming Step Show at his alma mater, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, which draws over 15,000 attendees. It’s no surprise that Brand was named among the 2014 Historically Black College and University’s Top 30 Under 30 by national the publication, HBCU Buzz. He has opened up for the likes of Kevin Hart, Mike Epp’s, and many many more.

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