• Season 5 Ep 9: Gender Wars & Propaganda Part 2

    Dr. Tina Mims, Dr. Kent Bazard & Brother C4 are the special guests this week. We talk The Gender Wars, where it began, who started, and what is their end game?

    Follow Dr. Tina here: https://www.facebook.com/DrTinaMimsMD or @DrTinaMims across all platforms

    Dr. Kent Bazard AKA @SportsDoc242 Across all planforms & Empire Fitness & Sports Medicine https://www.facebook.com/EmpireSportsMedicine

    Brother C4 & MOT2 - https://www.facebook.com/c44minutesto12

    3h 20m - Oct 20, 2023
  • CNAOC S5 - EP8: Gender Wars & Propaganda

    We take a closer look at the gender war, why it exists, the real victors and the aftermath.

    Special Guests:

    Lord Jaylin Willard: Follow him and the Original People's Network Here: https://linktr.ee/lordjaylinwillard

    The one and only KOOL-AID #BananFanaFantastic! https://linktr.ee/kool_aid

    2h 45m - Oct 6, 2023
  • Season 5 EP 7: Creative's Critical Mass Part 1

    We start taking a harder look at the creative industry in The Bahamas. Are we turning the corner or are we approaching critical mass?

    Special Guests @Magaso242 - Across all platforms

    @KrazyRingo - Across all platforms

    2h 14m - Sep 11, 2023
  • Season 5 EP 6 Sex & Sensibility: The Pleasure Principle Pt 2

    Today's special guest is Mrs. Anishka Culmer. Intimacy Coach and Proprietor of Vixen's Lair Adult Novelties.

    Take part of the Big O Survey and no it's not just for women.


    Follow Vixen's Lair

    FB - https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100069968330501

    TikTok - @vixenslairbahamas

    YouTube - @PinkTableTalkBahamas


    2h 4m - Jul 27, 2023
  • Season 5 - EP5: The Trans Wibe

    As we welcome our newest co-host, Big Fayce, to the Agents of Chaos family, we take arguably to most taboo subject in the country. Transgenderism, and be extension the associated communities have been under a lot scrutiny, and clear lines are being drawn in the sand. Where will you stand?

    2h 54m - Jun 23, 2023
  • Season 5 Ep 4 KEMIS.NET!

    We talk to Bahamian Internet Entrepreneur & Digital Marketer Kenneth Moncur AKA Kemis The Genius about the Bahamian Business Landscape, what's on the horizon, and how we as a country so accept and embrace A.I.

    www.kemis.net & kemisdigital.com

    Find and Follow @KemisDigital across all social media platforms

    1h 45m - May 8, 2023
  • Season 5 Ep 3 DAS QUAY YUH SEE?!

    We talk Bahamian Entertainer Das Quay about his journey and what his journey has been so far.

    Find him on ERRYTING and download the music - @DasQuay


    "Love Will Get You Killed" By Broke Bosses April 14 at UB Hall. Tix $30

    Get Merch at Step Up Hosiery, Palmdale Nassau.

    1h 4m - Apr 12, 2023
  • Season 5 Ep 2 - Crypto Talkin' With Lambo

    We talk with crypto with FinTech Vlogger, Blockchain Architect, and Astwood Enterprises proprietor Lamont "Lambo" Astwood about Crypto Currencies and the way forward for The Bahamas.

    Disclaimer 1: Mr. Astwood is NOT a financial advisor.

    Disclaimer 2: The collapse of a certain three lettered exchange will NOT be discussed in the episode.

    Follow Lambo @LamontAstwood on all platforms

    Contact: lamontgastwood@hotmail.com

    1h 16m - Apr 7, 2023
  • Season 5 Ep 1 - From Gang Member To Gentleman Part 1 Feat "C4"

    We speak to former gang member, now respected business man Clayton "C4" Phillips on living the street life, leaving the street life, maintaining respect, and making authentic positive changes to our youth.

    Contact Brother Phillips at : claytontphillips@hotmail.com | WhatsApp (448-0787) | Direct Call - (601-4333) or (429-0747)

    Shout out to Professional Renaissance and Protection

    1h 47m - Mar 6, 2023
  • CNAOC Presents: Vets In The Game - Bodine Victoria

    Bodine Victoria Singer, Songwriter, Television Host, Actress, Producer, Creator, Chef, #TeamChooolateEmpress Gold Standard and Veteran Businesswoman is the quintessential expression of Bahamian Culture, Music and Caribbean Flavor! She sits down with Ruckus Mann to tell us about her life, experiences journey to becoming a Vet In The Game! Support & Follow & Book her on www.bodinevictoria.com @bodinevictoria on FB | IG | Twitter | TikTok | YouTube and all popular socials

    Who is Bodine? What is Bodine's origins?

    What does "Bodine" mean?

    When did you know music was your calling in life?

    Who where some of your inspirations to pursue music?

    How difficult was it to "break through?"

    What was your first big break?

    What is your proudest accomplishment to date professionally?

    What is Bahamian music to Bodine?

    What is your opinion on the Bahamian musical landscape?

    How should women navigate through a male dominated industry?

    Is it difficult walking the line of assertive and bitch?

    When an unfortunate situation that's connected to your gender comes up, how does that change you as an artist and as a woman?

    What made you want to become a teacher, and how does that affect your artistry? How important is having a support system around you?

    What would present day Bodine say to her past younger self?

    What is in the future for Be

    1h 48m - May 27, 2022
  • CNAOC Presents: Vets In The Game - Sammi Starr

    For our first episode, we interview Senior Recording Artist Sammi Starr. Sammi get's candid about his life experience, music, rise to fame, longevity and what's in the future for him.

    Who is Sammi Starr?

    What is Sammi's origins?

    When did you know music was your calling in life?

    Who where some of your inspirations to pursue music?

    How difficult was it to "break through?"

    What was your first big break?

    What is your proudest accomplishment to date professionally?

    What is your on the Bahamian musical landscape?

    Switch gears to something more serious and deeply personal, in early to mid 2020 you, and your family were robbed at gun point in front of your family. If you don't mind, could you tell us what happened?

    Thanks to The Father, you survived with you life. Do you know if they were caught?

    How are your wife and children?

    How does an experience like that change you as man, and as an artist?

    How important is having a support system around you?

    What would present day Sammi Starr say to his past younger self?

    What is in the future for Sammi Starr?

    1h 37m - May 16, 2022
  • S4 EP8. Marital Rape, Domestic Violence and Everything In Between Part 2

    Hosts: Ruckus Mann Ms. Indy (Tentative) Brother Tee-Y Returning Special Guest: Ashleigh Sean Rolle


    Questions: What have we all been up to recently?

    What are out thoughts on the spike in crime, particularly in Nassau?

    What our thoughts on the Marital Rape Conversation?

    What our thoughts on the Agent of Consent Conversation?

    What is considered rape in The Bahamas? Is there such a thing as marital rape?

    Where did the concept originate? How long has this been a problem in The Bahamas?

    What does the law actually say and do we need a new law on it?

    The roll of law enforcement Can we trust The Bahamian Gov't, no matter the administration, to "do the right thing?"

    Political implement of separation

    Why we must lay the blame primarily at the feet of Bahamian Society Agendas, Hypocrisy, Double Standards, Distractions and Clout Chasing

    If there is a way to truly heal and move forward, what is it?

    S4E9 - 1h 43m - Apr 17, 2022
  • S4 EP8. Marital Rape, Domestic Violence and Everything In Between Part 1

    WARNING: The following content contains, TRIGGERS of various kind. listener discretion is advised. The #CNAOC Podcast returns with the hot button topic that never to far from the collective Bahamian consciousness. Ruckus Mann & Brother Tee-Y ask the obvious and not so obvious questions and try to navigate this incredibly sensitive subject.

    S4E8 - 1h 27m - Apr 17, 2022
  • Suffer The Little Children Part 2

    We continue our discussion with Sir Duncombe, proprietor of Gruma's House in Hunters from part 1.

    1h 50m - Nov 26, 2021
  • Suffer The Little Children: Part 1

    As the latest stories of child abuse and mistreatment continue to grip the country, we speak with Sir Donald Duncombe, proprietor of "Gruma's House" in Hunters, Grand Bahama for a perspective of how to possibly combat and control the underlying root causes of a lot of the trauma's and ills that afflict us.

    S4E5 - 1h 29m - Nov 19, 2021
  • S4 Ep 5 The G.T.O (The G's Takeover)

    Sharp Toof Productions, Pure Gold Entertainment, SDMG Takeover #TheCodenameAgentsOfChaosPodcast today. We talk about the extensive back catalog, being vets and laying the foundations for the Bahamian hip-hop game, giving back to the upcoming generations what the future holds. Exclusive music from STP and SDMG. It's Qilla Fang & Steel Drumz on The Codename: Agents of Chaos.

    Find Qilla Fang: | https://www.instagram.com/qillafang/?hl=en | https://www.facebook.com/Qilla-Fang-151870798175058/ https://open.spotify.com/artist/2O6ANzcn4SmO8YyKQrgnyN | https://music.apple.com/us/artist/qilla-fang/1193583447

    Find Steel Drumz: | http://www.steeldrumz.com/?fbclid=IwAR22DM9hB7qWymyy0zRIv05yJQxd2UN9aoyB2ILPB6kIMSc9iXwNr4Nw_gw | https://www.facebook.com/STEELDRUMZ/ | https://music.apple.com/us/artist/steel-drumz/1451756110 | https://open.spotify.com/album/27ombOiTfsznZWXYxpprZN

    2h 1m - Jul 21, 2021
  • SE4 EP4 Bahamian Independence Music Celebration

    Live on the #CodeNameAOC Podcast. We do not own the copyrights to the audio being played on our podcast. Audio played is for promotional use only. We do not own the rights to the music being played. No Copyright infringement intended. The music is credited to various music companies, including Sony Music Entertainment, Warner Music Group, UMG, Permanent Claims, CMRRA, SODRAC, CSI, and SOCAN. We celebrate the music of Bahamians and Bahamian descent. You may be surprised by the contributions our tiny island nation has made to global pop culture. Join us on FB facebook.com/codenameaoc Live and Call Us 242.802.5837, and share your Bahamian music knowledge. The part starts at 3:30 y'all. The better question is who we een gon play?

    2h 16m - Jul 12, 2021
  • S4 EP3 Exactly What is Bahamian Culture?

    As we approach our country's 48th Independence, we pause to reflect on what differentiates us from the rest of The West Indies and the rest of the world.

    1. What is Bahamian Culture?
    2. The Bahamas has a distinct culture which has evolved over generations, from a mixture of mostly African, combined with some British and American influences, which developed into a unique and colourful style of Bahamian self-expression.

    Bahamians are best described as easy-going, friendly and hospitable. The adult literacy rate, in The Bahamas, is over 90% and the country has experienced a rapid growth in the professional class and university educated workforce. English is the official language of The Bahamas, with a local dialect called ‘Bahamianese or Bahamian Dialect’ being spoken colloquially. Source – bahamashclondon.net

    Bahamian culture is joy personified. It is a Junkanoo celebration, parading down the street. It’s bold and colourful art. Our culture is a fresh conch salad, a lively rake ‘n’ scrape tune, a welcoming smile from a stranger. Discover a glimpse into our culture. Source – bahamas.com

    1. Where does the name come from?
    2. The name Bahamas derives from the Spanish baja ("shallow") and mar ("sea"). Source: everyculture.com/A-Bo/Bahama-Islands.html#ixzz6zONvUT2j

    3. When you hear Bahamian Culture, Junkanoo is usually the first thing that comes to mind. So what is Junkanoo? (Include Other Genres)
    4. It is a type of street celebration which occurs on December 26 (Boxing Day) and New Year's Day (January 1), and on similar dates on the family islands. This traditional celebration was started with an African slave by the name of John Canoe. Slaves were given a special holiday at Christmas time, when they could leave the work of the plantation behind and celebrate their freedoms. Source - Wikipedia

    5. Language ( Bahamian Dialect AKA Bahamianese)
    6. English is the official language of the Bahamas. A vast majority of the population speaks Bahamian Dialect, which is a dialect of English intermediate between Standard English and Bahamian Creole. There are some minor regional differences from island to island in terms of pronunciation, but generally all are the same.

    African influence & Gullah/Geechee Connections

    In Bahamian dialect, some African words and expressions have been retained, such as:

    1. yinna - you (plural)
    2. nanny - (v.n.)- feces or the act of defecation
    3. muddo/muddasick – A exclamation of disbelief
    4. Jumbay - ghost, related to the Kongo word nzumbi of similar meaning
    5. Yam - to eat, still in use in some southern and eastern islands, related to the African word nyam'
    6. Bey - meaning boy or a young boy or young lady
    7. Boongie/Boonkey – Your rear end (usually a woman's)

    Wind from The Carolinas (Book)

    1. Food, Cuisine, Native Dishes & Beverages

    2. Religion & Education
    3. Statistically speaking, major Protestant denominations include Baptists/Evangelicals (30 percent), Pentecostals (23 percent) Anglicans (10 percent), Seventh-day Adventists (5 percent), and Methodists (4 percent).[2] Although many unaffiliated Protestant congregations are almost exclusively black, most mainstream churches are integrated racially.[2] There are significant Roman Catholic (14 percent) and Greek Orthodox populations.[2] Smaller JewishBaháʼíJehovah's Witness and Muslim communities also are active.[2] A small number of Bahamians and Haitians, particularly those living in the Family Islands, practice Obeah, a form of African shamanism.[2] A small number of citizens identify themselves as Rastafarians.[2] Some members of the small resident Guyanese and Indian populations practice Hinduism and other South Asian religions.[2]

    More than 91 percent of the population of the Bahamas professes a religion, and anecdotal evidence suggests that most attend services regularly. Source - Wikipedia

    1. Hospitality & Tourism
    2. Etiquette and Customs in the Bahamas (Manners)
    1h 39m - Jul 9, 2021
  • S4 Ep 2 Martial Rape: A Discussion


    SEASON 4 – Ep 2

    Marital Rape: A Discussion

    Host: Ruckus Mann

    Co-Host: Ms Indy,

    Call Us 802-5837

    1. Can a spouse be raped in a marriage? Short answer, yes.
    2. Where does the notion that marital rape is not possible come from?
    3. 1 Cor 7: 3-7
    4. What does the law actually say?
    5. How do you actually determine a marital rape?
    6. How do you handle cases of fabrications and false accusations?
    7. Are we only talking about women? Notice the law is not gender-specific.
    8. Hypocritical society views
    9. The politicizing and weaponizing of rape
    10. What resources and support do victims have currently?
    11. Final thoughts and parting message
    1h 30m - Jul 2, 2021
  • The Codename: Agents of Chaos Podcast Season 4 Ep1

    The CNAOC Podcast Season 4 with Director Ruckus Mann, Agent Indy, Agent Jasmin, and Agent Tee-Y brought to you by Grand Bahama Studios. Our topic? Pride & Prejudice: LGBT In The Bahamas. Do you support or not support the community? Call us live, on FB live. 242.802.5837 

    1. Do we believe Gay Bahamians should have the same rights as Straights?
    2. Do we support the Bahamian Gay Community? (Yes there's a difference)
    3. What is the overall end game for the Bahamian Gay community?
    4. Is it really about rights, or something more?
    5. What do our laws actually state when it comes to gay rights?
    6. The choice: God vs Gay
    7. The Bahamas Christian Council -_- STFUF!
    8. The hijacking & disrespect
    9. The hunter becomes the hunted
    10. Wolves in sheep clothing
    11. Slippery slope to the gates of hell
    12. Something else, something worse

    S4E1 - 1h 5m - Jun 23, 2021
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