Close Your Ears Podcast

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Mocha Moma

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Let’s tap into one of the hottest up-and-coming Podcasts on Goodpods charts. Goodpods is an Award-winning podcast player and discovery app which has garnered the attention of celebrities as users including Kim Kardashian, Alyssa Milano, Simon Sinek, Katie Couric, and Malcolm Gladwell.” With Goodpods player you can find what you want to listen to from top indie podcasts to all-time favorites.

With more than 2.4 million podcasts on Goodpods, you can find Close Your Ears Podcast at #22 on the Entrepreneurship charts and #8 on the Indy Charts.

Last year during season 1 and just 35 episodes in, Close Your Ears Podcast had already given countless people their first experience on a podcast show and promoted multiple brands in multiple industries from authors to truckers, to event decorators, to junk haulers, to CEOs, and everyone in between. CYE Podcast has also collaborated with and helped inspire and guide multiple new podcasters to start their own podcast.

CYE Podcast is now in season 2 episode 74 and has no plans of slowing down anytime soon. This podcast has had multiple events giving back to the community alongside his guests, listeners, and supporters, proving our communities can take care of themselves.

I had the pleasure of sitting down with Eric Hicks, aka Cuzzin Rick, aka Icepick, the creator of Close Your Ears Podcast to find out how this whole thing started.

Q: Who is Icepick:
A: Honestly, just one of many nicknames I have… it came from playing basketball, talking trash, and telling the people I was playing against to call me Icepick, the nigga in the yard doing life, it was funny and it stuck. Once everyone heard my close friends call me by that name everybody in my hood started calling me Icepick. When I knew I was gonna start a podcast I knew Icepick could be a character that could be the face of my podcast. Icepick is just an unfiltered unapologetic opinionated character you may see on my social media page or hear on my podcast. He’s a good dude though.

Q: What made you decide to start a podcast?
A: Well back in 2015 a homie of mine turned me on to a podcast called tax season. The host, a brother called tax stone, was just a…

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Mocha Moma

Award-winning poet. Author of Soul Not For Sale-The Poetic Publication. The Love Poet speaking out against Unhealthy Culture and its generational damage.