Entrepreneur and legendary Hip Hop artist E.D.I. Mean is bringing back The Dinner Club as he continues one his first passions which started as a kid having dreams in Brooklyn, New York.
The Dinner Club show who’s last home was at Dash Radio is now going Live via Instagram powered by the O4L Online Network. The new format will give viewers an unedited vibe as host E.D.I. Mean conducts interviews, plays music, and spits that real talk.
Going on to become part of the legendary Outlawz and recording classics along side Tupac⁹ Shakur, E.D.I.’s versatile repertoire has enable “the hope dealer” to continue his success. Whether its through real estate, producing, or his alignment with Cabana Life Concerts, all has led him back to his love for radio.
At an early age E.D.I. Mean would record himself as a host of his fictional radio show. Hoping that one day he would host his own show.
“I always loved radio. Being a kid from BK NY I grew on Red alert and Mr Magic. I had bad nightmares and my mom brought me a radio. It was the only thing that helped me sleep. I started making my own mixtapes with me as the host,” E.D.I. recalls.
Although The Dinner Club will now have a new home and air live, the show will remain true to its essence as a platform which is friendly to up and coming artists. The show has always provided an opportunity to all artist on the come up before they break out, such as Mozzy and J Stone. That list also includes Roddy Ricch who’s first ever interview in 2018 was with The Dinner Club.
Aside from given independent artists a platform enabling them to reach a larger audience via IG Live, YouTube, and the O4L Online Network, the TDC also shows love to established artist. Past guests have also included those in various professions such as models, directors, producers, and actors to name a few.
“I’m bringing it back because a lot of supporters are always asking me about it,” E.D.I. explains, “I honestly underestimated the amount of love people had for the show. So 8/31 5 p.m. I will reintroduce it on IG Live!”