Take Off Your Cool is a Nashville-based podcast that covers everything from current events to pop culture to feminist and womanist issues. Look for new episodes on Mondays on iTunes, Stitcher, Soundcloud, Google Play and Podomatic.
Take Off Your Cool is a Nashville-based podcast that covers everything from current events to pop culture to feminist and womanist issues. Look for new episodes on Mondays on iTunes, Stitcher, Soundcloud, Google Play and Podomatic.
Melissa and Kia are stowaways on the same fateful helicopter that took Rick Grimes away from us all. Will they ever be found? Only the TWD movies will bring them out of hiding. Until then, check out the Two Dead Chicks archives for recaps of seasons 1-9 of AMC's The Walking Dead.
Rank #1: 8.08 | How It's Gotta Be.
It's an interesting time to be a fan of The Walking Dead or "fan" or casual watcher or whatever you want to call yourself. We're actually a little sad at what the show has become and we talk a little of that at the top, along with the sense of foreboding we're getting. Are we sad about the shoddy writing? The loss of Carl as a character (the way it could be interesting and the kick in the pants the show needs and the way we're almost certain the writers will not be able to handle that)? The way TPTB treated Chandler, a kid who grew up with them and put a certain amount of innocent faith in them that they would treat him well? All 3 maybe? We talk the mid-season finale and our relationship to the show (both as fans and as podcasters) and how those relationships are all but guaranteed to change -- and change pretty quickly. We also have some laughs; we'll never run out of those! Subscribe to get the newest episodes: Apple | Stitcher | Google Play | wherever you get your podcasts Support: Rate and review us on Apple Podcasts! Recommend or favorite us using Overcast, Pocket Casts or the podcast app of your choice! Tell your friends! Tweet/post using our hashtag: #TDCPod Socials: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Snapchat Special thanks to Eden Burning for providing our music, “Glitter Girl.” Check them out at Reverb Nation
Rank #2: 7.12 | Say Yes.
Hello, 7x12. How are you? We've been waiting for you for 6 months! This episode of The Walking Dead focuses heavily on the power couple of the zombie apocalypse -- none other than Rick and Michonne. They scavenge, they sex (though we thought we'd see more of that...), they slay. But these honeymooners get more than they bargained for when a near death experience forces them to confront why they're living and what a possible life without each other means. Michonne's heart broke this episode and so did ours! We will never have a life without Richonne; we reject it! Also, if for whatever reason, you still can't see that Rick's life has been irrevocably changed by his relationship with Michonne, and his interactions are all the richer for it...welp...sorry (we ain't sorry). They're the #ChampionsOfSex In other news, Rosita is making plans out of anger and has somehow gotten Sasha involved in her whirlwind of disaster, so that should be interesting. Bonus points to the person who can find a section in the feedback that we were supposed to edit out because...we can't find it. Hey! This episode is a whole 8 hours early. Give us a break! Got feedback for us? We wanna hear it! Email us at email@example.com Subscribe to get the newest episodes: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Google Play | wherever you get your podcasts Support: Rate and review us on Apple Podcasts! Recommend or favorite us using Overcast, Pocket Casts or the podcast app of your choice! Tell your friends! Tweet/post using our hashtag: #TDCPod Socials: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Snapchat Special thanks to Eden Burning for providing our music, “Glitter Girl.” Check them out at Reverb Nation
Engaging with creatives. Giving you insight from entrepreneurs and self starters. Honest, witty, and intelligent conversations. Founded on friendship, the ladies of Black Balance Podcast like to dive into a myriad of topics. To help further support us donate here paypal.me/BlackBalancePod
Rank #1: EP 46: Are Black Women Angry? w/ Dr. Emile.
This week we're joined by Dr. Emile Film Director of Changing The Narrative. A documentary film that debunks single narratives about racism, mass incarceration, and more. Listen is as Dr. Emile ask us are black women angry? If so, do they have the right to be? We also dig a little deeper and talk about Dr. Emile's battle with depression/anxiety and how he used his faith, family, and friends to help push him through. Definitely an informative episode with kicks and giggles along the way. Enjoy!Black Balance hosts:@thecameia @carolleeroseEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgDr. Arshley EmileIG: dremileinspiresIG: changingthenarrative_IG: timberhousefilmswww.paypal.me/changingthenarrative
Rank #2: EP 59: Adulting: This Sh*t is HARD w/ Karma Jonez.
We had a blast catching up with Karma Jonez, author of the new book “Adulting: This Sh*t is HARD”, and creator of the brand @almost30something. The book is a collection of lessons Karma feels she’s learned up to this point. And think of her larger brand as a support group for millennials who find themselves suddenly grown up but with lots of questions. While we talked, she gave us a window into her journey as a young woman moving to Atlanta without much more than a passion to make it happen in the PR world. She made it happen, and she’s still passionate about her craft. We talked about social media and her message that life isn’t perfect for anyone, no matter how it looks on the interwebs. Karma’s energy was so much fun and we can’t wait for her audiobook!Black Balance hosts:@thecameia @email@example.comGuestIG: karmajonezTwitter: karmajonez
Tune in every week as these ladies give their individual perspectives on pop culture, everyday life and so much more. The three friends are natives of Milwaukee, WI. With such busy lives, they still find time to link up for laughs and good conversation. So remember, nothing that's said is intended to offend, so join in and....Don't Take it Personal!!!
Rank #1: Episode 73: The Ghetto.
Tune in as the Ladies of the Don't Take it Personal Podcast recap an array of topics this week including, but not limited to, Nicki Minaj and Cardi B. at Fashion Week, the US Open Final, Bravo's Married to Medicine, the Bobby Brown story and this week’s explosive Insecure episode. They also answer questions about worry, tug of war over men, friendship and much, much more! "Nothing said is intended to offend, so join in and... Don't Take it Personal!"
Rank #2: Episode 84: Say Your Grace.
Tune in as the Ladies of the “Don't Take it Personal Podcast”, recap an array of topics this week including, but not limited to, new music from Meek Mill, the 2018 Global Citizens Festival, Natasha Rothwell’s HBO Deal, Cardi B and Offset, Kareem Hunt, an Ask Miss Ash about self care, inquire about social media bashing, good girlfriends, heels, GTD’s and much, much more! “Nothing said is intended to offend, so join in and... Don't Take it Personal!"
A weekly podcast that brings you into our inner circle...as we discuss our perspectives on news, race, trending topics and much more. All the while, we’re still just a couple ’round the way girls working toward a corner office. For feature consideration email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rank #1: Ep. 50 -- The Finale.
On this week’s episode... Current Events: Has anybody heard from Nicki? There are 3 sides to every #HurtBae Bootbae… nuff said We on the hunt for Baerack Obama Love trumps hate Since when did grass become such a big deal This Week in Race News: Not in Courtroom 502 Google affirms #BlackLivesMatter in the most subtle way “Got Out” scores perfect score Sophistaratchet Moment: Tip: cut vertical blind noise Song: Jay-Z- Song Cry (youtu.be/w5srnNrICJo) The Breakdown: -A year in review -What we’ll miss about podcasting -What on the horizon for us -Stay in touch Alex on Instagram: @iamadh_d Geneva on Instagram: @silent__g__ Like it, Love it, Gotta have it: Alex: Gender Revolution with Katie Couric (http://on.natgeo.com/2kCSmOK) Geneva: Havas Chicago’s #BlackAtWork jobstacle course (http://bit.ly/2lpvbXy) Website: 3bgpodcast.com Instagram: 3blackgirlspodcast Twitter: 3blackgirlspod Snapchat: threeblackgirls Facebook: 3 Black Girls Podcast Email: email@example.com GooglePlay: bit.ly/Gplay3BG Soundcloud: bit.ly/Listento3BGPod Stitcher Radio: http://bit.ly/Stitcher3BG
Rank #2: Ep. 49 -- Your Silence Won’t Protect You.
On this week’s episode...Current Events:All parties involved with #Hurtbae need to be added to the top of the prayer listGive Chance the Rapper the praise he deservesSomebody tell Carlos not to come for the QueenBET we were all rooting for you!Call me Kellyanne, the circle-talkerThis Week in Race News:Dear White People is coming to Netflix screen near youRachel Lindsay, you the real Bachelor MVPPray for ChicagoSophistaratchet Moment:Tip: DIY face tonerSong: Usher - Chains (youtu.be/slN1CEUhA-E )The Breakdown: -Are striking and protesting effective-What did we learn from the protests we’ve been a part of-Forms of resistance we see in the modern day-How to show your descent on any levelLike it, Love it, Gotta have it:Alex: Bulk shoppingGeneva: James Baldwin’s documentary-- I Am Not Your NegroWebsite: 3bgpodcast.comInstagram: 3blackgirlspodcastTwitter: 3blackgirlspodSnapchat: threeblackgirlsFacebook: 3 Black Girls PodcastEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgGooglePlay: bit.ly/Gplay3BGSoundcloud: bit.ly/Listento3BGPodStitcher Radio: http://bit.ly/Stitcher3BG
The VagEsteem™ podcast teaches good and healthy sex through courageous conversations about love, sex, relationships, and everything in between. Listen to the podcast. Tell a friend. Comment. Rate it. Happy Listening!
Rank #1: Ep86: Sex Magic w/ Afrosexology.
Today on the show, Afrosexology drops that sex magic knowledge! They teach us what it is, how to cultivate a practice, and more! TUNE IN and get your magic on!
Rank #2: Ep 34: No Bad Blow Jobs feat. ExxxiteMe.
Hey Everyone! Today we talk about that becky, that fellatio, that head, blow jobs with ExxxiteMe! We laughed, we joked, we got some techniques down, and she answered your questions as well!Check her out!Linnea Marie [ExxxiteMe] can be described as an enthusiastic advocate for sex-positivity. Throughout the years she found that distributing toys through her own website was not enough. She decided to become a love teacher rather than a love dealer. This allowed Linnea to empower the masses with knowledge of sex, sexuality, anatomy, respect, consent, and most of all, knowledge of self. She offers classes and inclusive individual, couples, and group coaching.exxxiteme.com email@example.com/linnea.marie88 instagram.com/ex.x.xiteme/ twitter.com/exxxiteme/So what are you waiting for? Listen, download, subscribe, comment and rate!!! (like for real, I need you to do that) and get in touch with me at www.vagesteem.com or on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/vagesteeminstagram: http://instagram.com/vagesteem Facbeook: https://www.facebook.com/vagesteem
Cool Soror is about the overwhelmingly positive impact women in Sororities have on the world!
Rank #1: Will Power with Will Packer.
You will be intrigued by the latest edition of The Cool Soror Podcast and our Cool Bruh Feature with Will Packer. A dedicated member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., this St. Petersburg, Florida native is and has been making major moves in Hollywood and beyond. He is the Founder and CEO of Will Packer Media, a first-of-its-kind media company, producing episodic scripted and unscripted series across television and digital platforms, compelling content for brand clients, and its own operated platforms. Prior to founding Will Packer Media, the Emmy® nominated Producer established himself as one of Hollywood’s blockbuster hit makers with nine of his films opening number one at the box office. In 2013, Packer signed first-look production deals with Universal Pictures and Universal Television. Under both deals, he develops new projects for the studios under his Will Packer Productions banner. Packer’s number one films include Ride Along 2 (2016), No Good Deed (2014), Think Like A Man Too (2014), Ride Along (2014), Think Like A Man (2012), Takers (2010), Obsessed (2008) and Stomp The Yard (2007). Packer’s latest number one comedy, Girls Trip, debuted in theaters on July 21, 2017. It was the best start for an R-rated comedy in two years, and the largest opening Live Action Comedy of 2017, earning over $100 Million at the Box Office. It was the first film to do so produced, directed, written by, and starring African Americans. In August 2015, he served as an executive producer on Straight Outta Compton, a biopic of the rap group N.W.A, that opened number one at the box office, grossed an astounding $201 million, became the biggest ever August debut for an R-rated movie and the best opening weekend for a music biopic—EVER. His most successful film to date is Universal’s Ride Along, starring Ice Cube and Kevin Hart, that opened number one at the box office in 2014 with record-breaking receipts totaling $48.6 million during the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday weekend opening of the film, making it one of the biggest January opening box office tallies of all time. The film also went on to be number one at the box office for three consecutive weeks and grossed over $154 million worldwide. Ride Along 2 debuted in theaters on January 15, 2016 unseating Star Wars: The Force Awakens from the number one slot. In August 2015, Think Like A Man, the film adaptation of Steve Harvey’s bestselling book, ‘Act Like A Lady, Think Like a Man’ grossed over $96 million worldwide and won the 2013 BET Award for Best Movie. Stomp The Yard held at number one for two weekends and received the 2007 Movie of the Year honors from the BET Hip Hop Awards while Obsessed, featuring mega-star Beyoncé, was Screen Gems’ third highest opening in company history when it debuted. Packer also enjoyed the success of his holiday film This Christmas (2007) which grossed nearly $50 million worldwide as well as About Last Night (2014) that hit theaters during Valentine’s Day weekend and opened as the #1 romantic comedy in America. His film The Wedding Ringer, starring Hart and Josh Gad, holds the world record as the number one R-rated comedy opening in January. Most recently, his second holiday film; Almost Christmas, opened as the #1 comedy in America. Collectively, Will Packer’s films have grossed over $900 million. With television and new media under his belt as well, he truly understands that it takes more than luck to accomplish any of this. It takes God’s blessings and a whole bunch of “WILL POWER.” Will Packer is that personified. Social Media:IG: @willpowerpackerwww.willpackermedia.com
Rank #2: Introducing Que Latham with Quentin Latham.
Que Latham joins the Cool Soror Podcast as our Cool Bruh feature of the week. A member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. and a graduate of Florida State University, Que spent the majority of his life in Miami, Florida. After many years of corporate accounting, his life changed in an instant when he was let go from his last job. Subsequently, his alter-ego character, Ms. Funky Dineva Ross was born. Known for his candid and often brash take on celebrity gossip, Funky Dineva, the character and his corresponding blog site are both wildly popular. There comes a time however, in all of our lives when we are ready for a change. That change has come for Que. Effortlessly articulate and intriguingly intelligent, Que is now one of the co-hosts on Sister Circle - a daily, live talkshow that our host, Rashan Ali is a part of as well. He is looking forward to not only giving a fresh perspective from a male point of view, but using this opportunity to further his long term goals. He knew it was important to transition his career. Make no mistake though, Funky Dineva is still thriving. But Que is new to many of his fans and what a blessing he will be to those who already know him and those who will meet him for the first time. Ladies and Gentlemen, “Introducing Que Latham!” TW: @msfunkydineva IG: @msfunkydineva www.funkydineva.com
Tie and DJ (hosts) are two black yoga instructors and social/lifestyle entrepreneurs who partner up to hosts international yoga retreats, yoga workshops, and the podcast together. Join them on the As Above So Below Podcast as they delve into in-depth discussions on yoga and meditation, mindfulness, mental/physical wellness, social issues, and life as black yoga & lifestyle entrepreneurs. Their platform also sheds light on how we can cultivate universal consciousness + intentionally manifest (As Above) and create our own realities (So Below) through mindfulness and self-discovery. They explore stimulating topics in an informative, yet relatable, non-intimidating, and fun environment.Find & Follow them on Social Media:Tie Simpson IG: @Hippie_HeathenDJ Townsel IG: @Dade2ShelbyPodcast IG: @aasbpodcast
Rank #1: Season 2 Ep 21: Inclusivity Or Nah? - (Mis)Representation Of Yoga.
DJ & Tie tackle the topic of misrepresentation in the yoga world. Join the conversation as they discuss why POC and other groups are so apprehensive to step on the mat, what we ALL can do to fix that, and what they have in store for 2018!Follow Tie:HippieHeathen.com@Hippie_HeathenFollow DJ:Dade2Shelby.net@Dade2ShelbyFollow the podcast:@AASBPodcastAsAboveSoBelowPodcast@gmail.comFeatured Song: Watch Me - Jaden Smith
Rank #2: Season 2 Ep 20: Shall We Catch Up?.
Dj & Tie welcome you back to SEASON 2!!! It's been a while so join the conversation as they recap the summer. Hear how their first retreat went, what they've learned as entrepreneurs, and what you can expect from Season 2!!!Follow Tie:HippieHeathen.com@Hippie_HeathenFollow DJ:Dade2Shelby.net@Dade2ShelbyFollow the podcast:@AASBPodcastAsAboveSoBelowPodcast@gmail.comFeatured Song: Lovely Day - Bill WithersTIE’S COVER!!!!http://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/1333171?__r=320284
Thanks for stopping by! We are two lovers in a convo spreading #blacklove . You can listen to our show here on Soundcloud, iTunes & Google Play. Follow us on Instagram @jovahnica and @lewisloveandfamily
Rank #1: Ep. 6 PDA & The Magic Ratio.
Hey Lovers!Today we are going to discuss PDA, the magic ratio, and compromising in our relationships. Let us know on our instagram page how you feel about the topics discussed today. Instagram @Jovahnica
Rank #2: Explicit: Ep. 5 Hobbies With Your Spouse & Yoni Eggs.
Hey Lovers!Welcome back, we hope you all are ready for a fun filled show today. We will briefly discuss hobbies that we like to do together, crystals, and Yoni eggs! Let us know some of your favorite couple hobbies on our instagram page. Feel free to share your experience about the topics we discussed today on our instagram page: @jovahnicaThank you for listening! Our favorite Etsy stores for crystals:TheHippieShipHeliosandSeleneGemBeadsBraceletsUnearthedGemsMoonchildMineralsGeovannasCrystalsVideo link about Yoni Eggs:https://youtu.be/U0ykBcNrPh4
Equipping entrepreneurs, influencers, and thought leaders to believe BIGGER in their dreams
Rank #1: S2 Ep 59 Stop Working for Money.
The wealth series concludes with financial motivator Ash Cash who delivers a powerful dose of mindset shifts necessary to make money work for you instead of you working for money. Intro/Outro Instrumental, “Doin’ What I Can”, Instant Vintage, 2002, Raphael Saadiq, Michael Archer, Bobby Ozuna
Rank #2: S3 Ep 11: Growing Your Faith in 2017 Part 1.
In this three part series, Dr. Shante rounds out the year by sharing 12 ways to grow your faith in 2017. In Part 1 she breaks down: distractions, comparison, anxiety, and cautions against wolves in sheep’s clothing. Intro/Outro Instrumental, “Doin’ What I Can”, Instant Vintage, 2002, Raphael Saadiq, Michael Archer, Bobby Ozuna
Triple Teaaa aka Turnt upTable Talk, is a weekly show on all of the previous weeks events and celebrity juice. DM and Ebby give their views on several hot topics that everyone is talking about. Tune in weekly for all the TEAAA and a lot of laughs.
Rank #1: Remy Madness.
Remy Madness by Triple Teaaa
Rank #2: New Year New Teaaa.
This weeks episode had a special guest with some less than great sound quality. We were going to re-record but we didn't think the content would be authentic and genuine.
The She's Beauty And The Beast podcast is a series where Tracy G. shares her (rough and resplendent) life experiences, habits and zany theories with the hopes that they'll translate into emotional empowerment for dope, millennial women. Also expect to hear from brilliant guests about topics ranging from spirituality, sanity and sexuality that affect our best self for better or for worse. If you're having an affair with both Drake and Deepak, this podcast is for you.
Rank #1: 003 | No Sex Zone.
It's old news that I've been a fan and member of #teamcelibacy. In "Love Vs. Lust Pt. 1" from my affirmation EP I spoke a bit about my entanglements with the flesh and how that led to a Do Not Disturb sign below my belt. But now I want to go into the why, the benefits, the (obvious and non-obvious) struggles and the nuances of celibacy. To me it definitely doesn't have to look the same for everyone. So I snagged my best friend Guerdley (@guerdley)--who's vacationed in the no sex zone for a year--to have a hella candid conversation. WE GO IN ON: How celibacy helps compartmentalize feelings, lessen impulses and heighten discernment. How getting dickmatized... especially to the wrong dick, especially when you are subconsciously hoarding romantic illusions... is very distracting. How to initiate a conversation about celibacy with a lover who was never thinking about celibacy. Expiration dates. Is oral sex apart of celibacy? And hella more. I hope you enjoy and know you'll have some opinions, do share with me! (firstname.lastname@example.org) For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: 013 | The Rob Hill Sr. Effect.
So for episode 13 I'm talking to one of the most popular wordsmiths and spirit menders on the world wide web (and in real life), my pal Rob Hill Sr. He's written several books on love, healing and purpose, has done a flurry of hella effective speaking engagements and the comments section under his Instagram quotables are usually crammed with exclamation points and all-caps reactions in full agreement of what he's posted. Many people look at him as a motivation-pumping machine, but, really he's just human. A human dedicated to living within his light and not his wounds. So if you want to learn how to: - navigate murky waters in life - activate your passion - and as Rob says "edit as you grow," well then here's a suggestion... Holler at your journal, maybe a grab a glass of wine, throw a podcast party and fuck with me, cause this is a beautiful one. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Each week on "The Extraordinary Negroes", writers Jay Connor and Alex Hardy delve into humorous explorations of pop culture, current events, and relevant issues with some of your favorite media personalities. Previous guests include Luvvie Ajayi, Damon Young and Panama Jackson of VerySmartBrothas, April Reign, 2017 Grammy nominees KING, Jerrika Hinton of ABC's Grey's Anatomy, author and blogger extraordinaire Demetria Lucas O'Doyley, author Kiese Laymon, Eunique Jones Gibson of Because of Them We Can, and many more.
Rank #1: A Love Supreme (Feat. Dr. Jeanine Staples and Jas Hands of The Brown Liquor Report).
In this episode, we chop it up with celebrated author, speaker, and educator Dr. Jeanine Staples and our extended family member Jas Hands of The Brown Liquor Report. We explore the impact that exposure to physical and emotional trauma has on women both in and outside of relationships, Jeanine's thoughts on the #HurtBae fiasco, as well as her suggestions on successfully dismantling patriarchy. Additionally, Alex can do without Ikea's Swedish Meatballs, Jay draws confidence from an unlikely source, and we have some very special announcements to make.
Rank #2: A Black Writers Symposium (Feat. Kiese Laymon & Hari Ziyad of RaceBaitR).
In one of our most candid episodes to date, we're joined by the dynamic duo of educator, "Long Division" author, and Southern-fried scribe Kiese Laymon and RaceBaitR's H.N.I.C. Hari Ziyad for our first ever "Black Writers Symposium". We discuss the necessity of the creative spaces they occupy, the delicate balance of selling their artistry while not selling their souls, and the roles and responsibilities of writers within the pursuit of true Black liberation. Additionally, Alex has a thing for Crunch Berries, Jay shops at Gordon Gartrelle, and Amtrak stations ain’t nothing nice.
What happens when a young educated (...and sometimes ratchet) black couple moves from Detroit to white ass New England in search of a better life? Well, we about to tell you… Black Love Matters are hilarious and raw conversations about love while being black. From finding your inner Barack and Michelle (or Jay-z and Beyonce) to your spouse eating the last of the ice cream to building a better life without losing your roots, Niram and Niambi tackle all these matters and more. Hit us up on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @blaclovematters. Drop by blaclovematters.com and leave us a comment.
Rank #1: EP.252: I Love You Black Man...I Love You Black Women.
We back at it again! We appreciated if you could leave a 5-star rating and review on iTunes or Stitcher. In this episode, Niram and Niambi talk about the Chi and See You Yesterday. Submit your Black Love Story -- Go to https://blaclovematters.com/lovestory/ and we’ll shout you out! We really want to showcase the greatness of black love… Hit us up! We have merch!!! Check it out HERE!! Blog: https://blaclovematters.com/ Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/black-love-matters/id1243642268 Sound Cloud:https://soundcloud.com/blaclovematters Stitcher:http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=140894&refid=stpr Pocketcast: http://pca.st/27pW Google Play Music: https://play.google.com/music/m/Iaj7en5imzkg4bahltxx2pddldi?t=Black_Love_Matters Twitter: @blaclovematters Facebook: @blaclovematters
Rank #2: EP.222: The Sign of a Lasting Relationship.
We back at it again! We appreciated if you could leave a 5-star rating and review on iTunes or Stitcher. Submit your Black Love Story -- Go to https://blaclovematters.com/lovestory/ and we’ll shout you out! We really want to showcase the greatness of black love… Hit us up! We have merch!!! Check it out HERE!! Blog: https://blaclovematters.com/ Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/black-love-matters/id1243642268 Sound Cloud:https://soundcloud.com/blaclovematters Stitcher:http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=140894&refid=stpr Pocketcast: http://pca.st/27pW Google Play Music: https://play.google.com/music/m/Iaj7en5imzkg4bahltxx2pddldi?t=Black_Love_Matters Twitter: @blaclovematters Facebook: @blaclovematters
Hosted by Black Twitter's favorite cousins, blogger Freshalina and Sir Ratchettness invites listeners to take a seat on their front porch as they sounds off in their signature southern accent on hip-hop pop culture and beyond. Neck of The Woods is a hilarious weekly wrap-up of everything ranging from ratchet to righteous.
Rank #1: The Percocet & Aretha Joint.
Go big girl what you gon' do! Fresh and Sir Ratchettness remove the focus (and dingleberries) from Black Twitter's current ass eating obsession to pay homage to the members of Team Chunk. Now, swallow.
Rank #2: Puts Soda In Free Water Cup.
@Freshalina and @SirRatchettness have been gone for a minute but are back with the jump off. It took for Kordell Stewart lost audition tape to Vibe Vixen, Bow Wow reminding Funk Master Flex just how old he is, and and the greatness that is Momma Joyce to bring them back but they are here, tired of being pushed around, and looking to blow you the fuck up.Freshalina: Twitter: @Freshalina IG: AmytraphouseSirRatchettness: Twitter: @SirRatchettness IG: SirRatchettnessFor advertising or coaching inquiries email CoachMeUpFresh@gmail.com or Christian@Circa91Agency.com
Color Full Lives, presented by State Farm®, is back for a fifth season! Hosts Angela Yee, Aminatou Sow and Tonya Rapley are discussing how to manage your finances during major life events, such as getting married, renovating a home, having children and starting a business. This season we’re introducing two all-new segments: Ask an Agent and Money Meditation. Tune in to episodes here every Wednesday until November 6th, and also watch on the State Farm YouTube channel, to up your IQ and start living your best life! Join in the conversation on social with #LiveColorFull
Rank #1: S1, E3: #Blessed and Unbothered.
The ladies of Loud Speakers talk about dating, relationships and what they look for in a significant other. We also touch on touchy subjects like when you should ask your significant other about their credit score, dating older versus dating younger and what time is "right" to have kids. Plus, how to navigate meeting with business partners of the opposite sex, dating co-workers and which famous couples are our #RelationshipGoals.Make sure to use the hashtag #LiveColorFull to let us know what you think of the show and to answer our question of the week: would you rather date a "dad" or a "son"?
Rank #2: S1, E7: I Love My SELF!.
The ladies talk about self. Self esteem, self image, self confidence and self care. Representation matters – discussion about how important it is to see people that look like you in prominent roles – in the media, politics, tech, sports and everywhere else.