The best is yet to come. There have been so many highlights so far on The Carlos Watson Show — from Bill Gates to Mark Cuban to Megyn Kelly to Padma Lakshmi — but I think this coming week may be our most thrilling yet, and I’m excited to give you a little Sunday sneak peak into what we’ve got simmering in the kitchen. Don’t forget to subscribe now so you can get all these episodes before anyone else.
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They broke the Internet — and kept culture alive — during the COVID lockdown with their “Verzuz” Instagram livestreams pitting Alicia Keys against John Legend, DMX against Snoop Dogg and many other virtual matchups. Now music producer icons Swizz Beatz and Timbaland are bringing it to The Carlos Watson Show.
For Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, 2020 was quite the year. She was rumored to be under close consideration for the vice presidency and touted for her COVID-19 response, while also facing armed anti-mask riots at her own statehouse and being the target of a thwarted kidnapping attempt. She starts 2021 off right with a conversation with Carlos you won’t want to miss.
Actress Meagan Good has already transitioned from child star to ass-kicking action hero. Next up? A burgeoning career as a director … and motherhood. Good opens up to Carlos about her hopes for starting a family, her faith and the beautiful love story between her and husband DeVon Franklin.
As one of the country’s most famous business leaders, former Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein is full of stock suggestions and tips for success. But it might be this thoughtful leader’s take on today’s political environment that surprises you most.
One of the nation’s preeminent public intellectuals, foreign policy expert Fareed Zakaria has graced CNN, TIME, the Washington Post, the New York Times, Newsweek and more, before this week’s appearance on the show. Known for his ability to sidestep conventional wisdom, you won’t want to miss his scalding hot takes.
Time for a wild card? Tonight, Baker Mayfield will be leading the Cleveland Browns to their first playoff game in 18 years. Hear about the grit and training that has led to his success and why he thinks the locker room is the perfect place for racial discourse.