You know them for their songs, videos, and epic performances, but there is always something even their super fans don’t know until now.
This is the Spout Podcast, a weekly video and audio podcast where famous people spout off about more than they’re famous for.
Country artist Mickey Guyton has had a pioneering year. Mickey became the first Black female solo artist to be nominated for a Grammy; and she’s made history once again as the first Black female co-host of the Academy of Country Music Awards.
During this episode she shares, “I have imposter syndrome and there are many nights where I don’t feel like I’m worthy. I’ve been working behind the scenes trying to open up opportunities for black people in the Country genre.”
The conversation with Mickey Guyton is led by Keiana Martin who herself is a woman of color working in a field dominated by white men.