Dane Baptiste is raising the bar for articulate, socially-conscious stand-up, and pulls no intellectual punches in this conversation, which takes in chakras, Arthur Maslow's hierarchy of needs and transcendental perception... We talk about what it means to be the first black Briton to be nominated for the Edinburgh Comedy Award; why validation, gratification and dopamine aren't the end goal; and why he's a goofball.
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Dane in the Guardian https://www.theguardian.com/stage/2016/mar/20/dane-baptiste-standup-comedy-interview-sunny-d-bbc3
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