After a smoke session with her husband, The Sesh Queen noticed a “Lifted Convos” to the topic of discussion.
That was the moment she thought, Why not record what my guests and I are talking about for others to listen in on.
“I know other people have these kinds of conversations,” The Sesh Queen said. “Some people’s minds open up and create wonderful things. Why not share those things with everyone?”
And voilà, the Lifted Convos podcast was launched.
“One of the main reasons for starting this podcast was to be able to speak my mind openly and freely without anyone knowing who I am, where I come from, who I’m related to, you get it,” she said. “This podcast gives me a voice I didn’t have when I was younger, and the voice people don’t like to hear as well. I give my opinion on things, and I can be very blunt, but that comes from the heart, not from a mean spirit in any way.”
Lifted Convos, which launched August 8, can be found on the following platforms: Anchor, Breaker, Google Podcasts, Overcast, PocketCasts, Radio Public, and Spotify.
The Sesh Queen handles all production of the podcast, including recording, editing, and posting.”
“My ‘recording studio’ as of now is anywhere I am,” she said. “I currently record on my personal phone through an app called Anchor. The specific location of where I am has not been mentioned because my podcast, as of now, has an anonymous hostess.”
Her podcast style is self-described as “conversational and for entertainment.”
“In no way do I want to offend anyone, I’m just here for the fun of it,” she said. “If it were to turn into a career that would be lit, but whatever happens, happens. God has a plan for me.”
Her idea guest is anyone who smokes weed and can hold a conversation full of substance without awkwardness. The most interesting thing she as learned so far from this podcast is a lot of guys in their late twenties and early thirties like to listen to podcasts.
“I’ve also learned that you can literally be anyone on social media,” she said. “A person doesn’t have to show their face to get followers.”
The Sesh Queen’s has more than a personality connection to cannabis. She has a wellbeing connection.
“My childhood was nothing but traumatic horror which started creeping up on me in high school,” she said. “A doctor, after seeing plenty, prescribed me with a medical card. The flower takes away the attacks and pain. It also helps on days where I just want to relax, but my main use for it is medicinal.”
Find The Sesh Queen on Instagram @seshqueenpodcast.