ROT 017 A Changed Man with the "Hope Pusha" Nino Light - Rappers Over Thirty

Episode 17

ROT 017 A Changed Man with the "Hope Pusha" Nino Light

In this episode of the “Rappers Over Thirty Podcast”: Imp discusses “Bad company ruins good morals” and reminds people to watch the company they keep.

Imp interviews the Nino Light the “Hope Pusha” formally known as Nino White from the hardcore rap group S.I.K M.O.B.

The two discuss Nino’s career, his new found hope and peace in Jesus Christ, not believing in COVID until he and numerous friends and even their families caught it. Nino also discusses his upcoming album "Highway to Heaven" and several of his songs are played on this episode.

The songs of the day are:

“My Confession” by Imp The Great

 “Nuthin In The World” by Knyce

“Truth” by Nino Light featuring Seven T

“For So Long” by Nino Light featuring A.O

“Cold World” by Nino Light featuring A.O

The quotes of the day are:

“Do not be deceived: “Bad company ruins good morals.” - The Bible

“The secret of change is to focus all of your energy not on fighting the old, but on building the new.” ― Socrates

Links related to this episode:

Nino Light -

Show Ya Right (Music Video) - Click here to watch

Hog Life (Music Video) - Click here to watch

My Confessions by Imp The Great (Music Video) - Click here to watch

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Steven Laws

My name is Steven “Imp The Great” Laws, I’m a rap music producer (By Any Means Music) and a filmmaker (From Rap To Film). I’m an accomplished rapper/emcee and novice filmmaker, and I enjoy cooking. I’m 57 years old and I’ve been rapping since age 13. I’m a well-known underground emcee in Los Angeles, as I’m from the “Project Blowed” and “Good Life” open mic venues. In the 1997 “Rap Olympics” I won one-round-out-of-two in a rap battle against Eminem. Although we split rounds he was declared the winner (go figure).

I’m also the founder and host of “The Rappers Over Thirty Podcast” (R.O.T). I started the podcast to support, network, and help build the fanbase for rappers over thirty. I believe the “Rap is a young man’s game” philosophy is a conspiracy that falls in line with the "Willie Lynch Letters”. The (R.O.T) podcast is open for healthy discussions with those who agree or disagree with “Rap is a young man’s game”. - Imp The Great