The Otis Redding Foundation presents DREAMcast, a bi-weekly podcast created by the students of the Otis Music Camp in Macon, Georgia, a project of the Otis Redding Foundation. Each episode of the DREAMcast will feature stories and conversations with exceptional artists from our hometown of Macon, GA and around the world.

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Meet The DREAMcasters!

Malaika Alilaw is a creative mind driven by activism. As a senior in high school, she has co-founded Moon Vibes Magazine and actively utilizes her social media accounts for social change. As an artist of different mediums, including music, she has been a student at the Otis Redding Foundation for seven years.

Hayden Nichols is a DJ and musician. He’s the Drum Major of the Marching Huskies at Howard High School in Macon, Ga. and strives to improve his musical skills everyday. He has been with the Otis Redding Foundation for four years. 

Jocelyn Rowley is a Junior at Central High School in Macon, Ga. and has been an Otis Music Camper for four years. She is a percussionist and singer/songwriter. 

Christopher Timothy, known professionally as Prxphecy, is a world-recognized poet, hip hop artist, writer, speaker, saxophonist, and activist, attending Howard High School in Macon, Ga. Debuting his personal brand in mid-2020, Chris has proven himself as a capable and upcoming talent, gaining the respect of industry leaders such as Lisa Nichols and America’s Got Talent Champion Brandon Leake. His ultimate goal is the use of art to advocate for the equality of all. He has been with the Otis Redding Foundation for four years. 

DREAMcast Coach Jayme Alilaw is a classically trained Soprano and U.S. Army veteran, with a degree in Vocal Performance. She has sung with the Atlanta Opera Chorus and performs community outreach for The Atlanta Opera and Capital City Opera. She teaches voice and piano lessons in Atlanta.

DREAMcast Coach Matt Miller is a professional saxophonist. A graduate of New School University in New York City, with a BFA in Jazz and Contemporary Music, Matt has studied and performed with world-class musicians in New York City, Philadelphia, and Georgia. Matt currently teaches at Tapestry Public Charter School.