The top-100 music interview podcast, the Questionable Behavior Podcast (QBPC), is excited to be sharing brand new episodes! Previously featuring notable guests such as pop star Dua Lipa, UFC champion Tyron Woodley and DJ and Producer Funkmaster Flex, it’s no wonder that the show is now ranked in the top 3% of all podcasts globally.
It’s charismatic host, Edison Jakupi sits down with creators from a variety of industries, to engage in timeless and thoughtful conversations about where these individuals have come from and how they got to where they are today. The QBPC brings people of all walks of life to the table, from athletes and bodybuilders to authors and musicians, diving deep into the struggles and failures they have faced, as well as what makes them and their story unique. The one key quality that every guest has in common, is that they excel at what they do.
The incredibly successful and eye-opening podcast, ranked in the top 3% of all podcasts globally, is receiving high praise and attention from prominent music managers and labels who are using the QBPC to scout for new artists and find top-rated talent. Edison and his younger brother Dion, who is responsible for audio and video editing, use a unique comedic approach to produce down-to-earth interviews. The QBPC allows for listeners to connect with guests and explore their world, as well as their successes and failures through their eyes.
The QBPC has charted in more than ten countries around the world, hitting the top 100 in categories like Music Interviews and Careers, and has also provided press coverage at international festivals and concerts. This is only the beginning of the podcast’s success, and the production team behind the QBPC is excited to be launching a new show in collaboration with a well-known figure in the field, Penthouse Views.
To learn more about the QBPC or to listen to the latest episode, check it out on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and anywhere else you might listen to podcasts!