Killer Mike’s ‘Trigger Warning’ fuels conversation with creator of the Blackest playing cards ever

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In this super Black episode of The Night Drive (TND), Nobi De Lon and Embassy talk “Trigger Warning,” Killer Mike’s provocative new Netflix series. Intrigued by Killer Mike’s “live Blacker challenge” they scout the world to find the Blackest deck of cards ever with creator, Khia Jackson

De Lon and Embassy do not hold back in unpacking Killer Mike’s “live Blacker challenge,” a social experiment to see if he could live off of only Black-owned and produced goods and services for 72 hours. Their inquiry leads to their own quest to “live black.”

In this podcast, they also chop it up with respected graphic designer, Khia Jackson. The feisty founder of the 1998 Deck, playing cards created for Hip Hop lovers, Jackson shares how she manages a burgeoning entrepreneurial career, all while holding down a 9-to-5 in which she boasts branding projects for Beyonce, Michelle Obama and many more of the biggest names in the game.

Get ready for the Blackest episode ever and go Black with us on this first day of Black History Month

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Nobi De Lon and Embassy: Interactive

Nobi DeLon is a NJ based content creator, writer, educator, DJ, and radio personality obsessed with vintage Black glamour, hip hop, good conversation, reading, self-lovery, and hope. Always evolving, this proud mama of three considers herself most fearless when she is being creative behind a pen, podium or set of turntables. Oh, the soulful places you’ll go when you connect with Nobi by following her Instagram and her radio show, The Night Drive – @nightdriveradio

Daniel Jackson is a freelance videographer, photographer and owner of Embassy: Interactive, LLC. Some of his work has been printed in the Philadelphia Inquirer and viewed on TV networks such as VH1 and ESPN, clothing designer Christian Louboutin’s Instagram account, the Blackstar Film Festival, the African American Museum in Philadelphia, and websites including, Yahoo! Sports, All Def Digital,, and

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