May 25th, 2021 | 1 hr 10 mins
2020, 2021, albert pujols, angels, aron bender, autism, bias, carson, chargers, coronavirus, covid, covid-19, crenshaw, depression, dodgers, el camino college, faith, fatherhood, forgiveness, frustration, god, grief, hard work, identity, instagram, journalism, joy, lakers, loss, love, mental health, mike trout, mlb, news, nfl, nhl, pandemic, podcast, positivity, racism, radio, rams, recovery, religion, self care, self love, struggle, success, therapy, tiktok, tv news, twitter, westchester, widower, wife, youtube
Nick Hamilton is the owner of Nitecast Media — a new and proudly black-owned company covering all things sports and pop culture and more. Shoutout Big Brother Jake doing big things with Nitecast. Nick grew up in LA at a time when he says he wasn’t sure he’d make it to see 21, and for a time didn’t care whether he lived or died. Nick says even one day gave someone the power to make that choice for him. We discuss fatherhood and how it’s been for him raising an 8-year-old son with autism during the pandemic, maintaining mental health, his take on the Angels dumping Albert Pujols and the pickup by the Dodgers, we rate the two Chronic albums, even talk about Summer Jam, and whether he thinks I could’ve rocked a Cross Colours jacket back in the day.