Combat Jack’ Turned A Passion For Music Into a Pioneering Podcast Career
“He was known as an attorney, but he had the soul of an artist,” says Chris Morrow, co-founder and CEO of Loud Speakers Network, which produced Ossé’s show.
“Reggie’s always been a talker. There’s a role for that in law. But it really blossomed when he decided to become a creator.”
After doing legal work for high-profile clients such as Jay-Z and Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs, Ossé burned out on the business side and switched to podcasting in 2010 — and, over time, developed a Howard Stern-like studio crew that drew big-name interviews with artists such as Ice Cube, LL Cool J and members of the Wu-Tang Clan.