Elevated Conversations Podcast


EP22: Changing The World Through Music (w/ AWU Sing Song)

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In episode 22, I interview my dear friend and musical collaborator, AWU Sing Song.  AWU is a budding music superstar from Cameroon, Africa. But before AWU was making hit singles like “YaYaYo” and “If A Can, Can”, we collaborated on “Change The World”, a song, video, and album project created to uplift, educate, and inspire […]

EP21: Sharpening Your “Inner Sight” (w/ Wyatt Morgano)

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In Episode 21 of Elevated Conversations I stumbled into fellow podcaster, Wyatt Morgano! Wyatt hosts a podcast called “Inner Sight”, which focuses on tapping into our spiritual perception through deep and meaningful conversations with friends Wyatt has met in his efforts to be of service to humanity and contribute to the betterment of the world. […]

EP20: Nothing But Love (Song Review) w/ W.ill and Brian.

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November 19th, 2020 was a special day! It marked the release of “Nothing But Love“, a musical collaboration between myself and my young homies W.ill and Brian.! In addition, it was also Will’s 18th’s birthday! What makes this song so special to me is that I have known Will and Brian since they were in […]

EP19: Our Birth Story (w/ My Wife, Mallory Quigg)

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On October 28th, 2020, my wife Mallory birthed our newborn son, Justice Michael Justice. Like with our first son, Noble, Mallory made the choice to do an all natural home birth. We also utilized the Bradley Method of natural childbirth, which places the partner (myself) in the role of coach. Many people have asked us […]

EP18: Baseline.Flowers (Album Review) w/ Emiliano “Diversoul” Morondos

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In Episode 18, I bring back Emiliano “Diversoul” Morondos to unpack his latest album Baseline.Flowers. Diversoul is a Baha’i, emcee, Branch Director of the Gila River Komatke Boys and Girls Club, husband, and father, among many other things. His current focus is urgently railing against the superficial, disease of materialism, and systems of oppression. Clearly, he […]

EP17: Freedom From Racial Prejudice w/ Edward Peace

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What is racial prejudice? And how do we free ourselves from it? In Episode 17 of Elevated Conversations, I explore these questions with my good friend, Edward Peace, host of the new program “Ramblings of a Trying Baha’i”. This episode was actually part 2 of a conversation that unpacked some key concepts from the book “Advent of […]

EP16: Will You Break The Silence? (Poem Review) w/ Andrea Hope

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“In the end, we will not remember the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.” —Martin Luther King, Jr. Those are the words that inspired Andrea Hope’s powerful new poem and book “Will You Break The Silence?: Poetic Practical Steps Toward Race Unity”. It’s a passionate call from a Black voice to […]

EP15: A Conversation About Nobility (w/ My Best Friend, Brian Roth)

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In Episode 15, I interview a very special person! Brian Roth. My best friend, best man in my wedding, and camera man behind all of my music videos. Brian and I discuss the concept of nobility. What does it mean to be “noble”? What are the challenges of being noble? How do we see nobility […]

EP14: Media For Transformation w/ Shadi Toloui-Wallace

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Ever stopped to ponder on whether the music we consume, promote, and create accurately reflects the type of society we want to live in? In Episode 14 of Elevated Conversations, I explore this important question with the amazingly talented and inspiring Baha’i-inspired musician, Shadi Toloui-Wallace, as she shared about an exciting new project she is […]

EP13: Q&A (COVID-19, Future Projects, and My Beard!)

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Another fun Q&A session where I take questions from listeners and speak on them! The questions for this episode centered on the current COVID-19 situation, future musical projects and collaborations, as well as the current length of my beard! To submit your questions for future podcasts, message or email me at: https://www.facebook.com/colbyjeffersmusic/ https://www.instagram.com/colbyjeffers/ colbyjeffersmusic@gmail.com

EP12: New Day (Album Review) w/ Randy’d’dawn

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What type of music would a Baha’i-inspired rapper born in Tanzania create while serving at the Baha’i World Center in Haifa, Israel? In Episode 12, I’ll answer that question as we go international to interview Baha’i-inspired rapper Randy’d’dawn about his album “New Day”. Randy also discusses his journey as a Baha’i-inspired rapper, what draws him […]

EP11: The 7 Cities (Album Review) w/ Emiliano “Diversoul” Morondos

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In Episode 11, I interview a mentor and inspiration of mine, Baha’i-inspired rapper, Emiliano “Diversoul” Morondos, about his new album The 7 Cities, inspired by the book The Seven Valleys written by Bahá’u’lláh, founder of the Baha’i Faith. Emiliano discusses his journey as a Baha’i-inspired rapper, and shares the top insights he gleaned from the nine year process of […]

EP10: Thief In The Night (Album Review) w/ Karim Rushdy

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In Episode 10, I interview my good friend and fellow Baha’i-inspired rapper, Karim Rushdy, about his new album Thief In The Night. Karim discusses the inspiration behind the album, some of the biggest challenges of completing it, as well as some of the most joyful moments of creating the album. Action Items: Stream the Thief In […]

EP9: What Is Love? (ft. my wife, Mallory Quigg)

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Episode 9 is a special Valentine’s Day edition of the Elevated Conversations podcast. I discuss the word “love” with my amazing wife, Mallory! Mallory and I explore the definition of love, some Baha’i Writings about love, and the 5 Love Languages. Action Items: Take the 5 Love Languages Quiz: https://www.5lovelanguages.com/quizzes/ Find an inspiring quote about […]

EP8: How To Write More Inspiring Rap Lyrics

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In Episode 8, I break down my 5 tips on how to write more inspiring rap lyrics! Here is the list: 1) Find a deep sense of purpose and motivation 2) Read inspiring material connected to your song content 3) Start your writing process by brainstorming 4) Study other inspiring rappers 5) Rap about your […]

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