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Everyday Black Men

Join Riker, R. Reed, Armstead and DJ ALL MIGHT as they discuss topics from the viewpoints of 4 everyday black men. From the latest in pop culture, to black thoughts and relationship problems there is no topic too controversial.

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Sayonara Bitch

The second episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast where we discuss the Florida-man, Will Smith, TV shows, relationships, and more.

44mins

8 Apr 2018

Rank #1

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What Father's Day Means to Us (RC)

This is a Riker's corner episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast until the next official episode. We discuss Black Men, how father's are treated and what Fathers mean to us.

47mins

18 Jun 2018

Rank #2

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Two Things Men Find Hard To Accept

In this episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast we discuss two things men find hard to accept. We also breakdown how we feel about Anthony Davis moving to LA, the draft night and what we should expect from athletes in the league. Finally, we include some thoughts on Lil Nas X’s 7EP, Ilovemakonnen’s M3, LaVar Ball’s “comments” and much more.

1hr 9mins

6 Jul 2019

Rank #3

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Mixed Kelly Signals Pt. 1

In part one of this episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast we discuss the R Kelly controversy, Bird Box, Aquaman, If Beale Street Could Talk, some sports topics and much more.

44mins

24 Jan 2019

Rank #4

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When Do Men Admit We Hate Women

In this episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast we are joined by @sheiselocin for a discussion on Stanley Fritz’s article making it’s way around Twitter. Together we discuss some of the painpoints in his article, the movie Stuber and R. Reed has many questions. Last we turn our attention to relationship topics on how to discipline your child if they are making irresponsible sexual decisions and the appropriateness of a girlfriend twerking on men who are not her man.Corrections Links:Correction 1: https://tinyurl.com/y4omk5vfCorrection 2: https://tinyurl.com/y2tltptzhttps://tinyurl.com/y4kmpaqe

1hr 35mins

15 Aug 2019

Rank #5

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Do it Baby

In this podcast we discuss the rise of T.I., the politics of speedos, a tale of why no one cares about you working out and the creation of a new segment called “This or That.”

56mins

20 Apr 2018

Rank #6

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No Excuses Needed

In this episode of the podcast discuss white fragility, unions, overappreciation of IG women, Drake’s Scorpion release, Bad DJs and more.

1hr 14mins

18 Jul 2018

Rank #7

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Bad Voices

In this podcast R. Reed tries out a new voice, we discuss fake news, a new segment called Under/Over Killer Mike’s NRA speech, and more.

54mins

16 Apr 2018

Rank #8

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Lying for Sexual Gratification?

In this episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast we are joined by Tommi Vercetti and boy are you in for a wild ride reminiscent of Vice City. Together we discuss the Bryon Allen Supreme Court showdown and what that may mean for civil rights. Next we move on to the unlikely event of Lizzo’s number 1 on the Hot 100, R. Reed goes all in with his love for Post Malone’s solid effort in Hollywood Bleeding and other music topics that come up along the way. Last we turn our attention to sexual deception and some relationship questions including why dark skin girls think Chris Brown is full of it. All this and much more…

1hr 48mins

6 Oct 2019

Rank #9

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The Flesh is Weak

In the first episode of Everyday Black Men Season 2 we discuss the life and times of problematic John McCain, Aretha Franklin’s funeral, the Asian Hair Store Protest, the Kandi Burruss lambo debacle and much more.

1hr 15mins

4 Sep 2018

Rank #10

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Are You OK? (Black Fears)

In this episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast we are joined by Lady O and Jeannie. We cover skin color, raising the age of consent for tobacco products and why black people don’t really mess with Star Wars. Next we discuss the creation of our quarterly book club, a few entertainment shoutouts, and a “fun subject.” Last but never least we give our opinions on whether women should propose to men, have a heated exchange on why white women never said there aren’t any good men and much more.Correction:1.https://www.ajc.com/news/state--regional-govt--politics/despite-temporary-block-new-law-abortion-remain-focus-2020/m0UfOepbyBO3p5g66fP5TK/

1hr 15mins

15 Jan 2020

Rank #11

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That’s What You Wanna Go Out On?

In this episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast we discuss how far $100 goes in your state and whether or not rich millennials should care. We get in depth with a well-deserved reply to Abraham Thinking’s topic on whether we should ride through other people’s bullshit. Next we move forward to discuss this “GQ Masculinity” with a side of the movies we thought deserved a spotlight. Last we turn our attention to music, the exclusion of Black Fathers from the NBA and whether we should protest fake gun shots on black children. All this and much more…Show Notes1.https://considerable.com/how-far-your-money-goes-in-each-state/2.https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-10-05/even-high-income-millennials-fear-they-ll-need-to-work-forever3.https://youtu.be/vdTjyEPxz-Y

1hr 13mins

5 Nov 2019

Rank #12

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Happily Ever After: The Myth of Unmarried Women and Black Coons

In this episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast we are joined by our special guest Plum for a discussion on the false interpretation of Paul Dolan’s research on unmarried women making it’s way around Twitter. Together we discuss how rappers often become coons and make a very unpopular opinion on a famous black coon. Last we turn our attention to relationship topics on the recent Larry Wheels prejudgement, sexual decisions and child support shenanigans.Corrections Links:Correction 1: https://tinyurl.com/ntqs5ztCorrection 2: https://tinyurl.com/y68rltcuCorrection 3: https://tinyurl.com/y2udcdalCorrection 4: https://tinyurl.com/y6okrlnw

1hr 23mins

27 Aug 2019

Rank #13

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Love and Basketball

In this episode of the podcast we discuss with special guests Spyder and Judge Lance Edo the difference between basketball eras, relationships, biological clocks, biblical cheating and much more.

1hr 12mins

13 Aug 2018

Rank #14

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Kanye Life Choices

In this episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast we are joined by Starrfire as we discuss California being on fire. We next discuss American Son, child support, and black people making money in 2019. Last we turn our attention to women being naturally expensive, late night requests that happen right before midnight, how you can best spend your wife’s money and much more..

1hr 25mins

19 Nov 2019

Rank #15

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What Happens in Vegas (Pt. 1)

In this episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast we discuss what happened in Vegas and how you should plan for going there. We discuss both the wonderful John Wick 3 and Brightburn movies. Finally, we discuss Raptors versus GSW, the upcoming Marvel Universe and the changing of the CW DCverse guard.

42mins

2 Jun 2019

Rank #16

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It's US

In this episode of the Everyday Black Men podcase we discuss Jordan Peele’s latest film Us. We discuss the themes and breakdown the move. This episode contains plot points and spoilers so listener beware.

35mins

25 Mar 2019

Rank #17

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Mixed Kelly Signals Pt. 2

In part two of this episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast we continue our discussion with music mentions including 21savage, Lil Uzi Vert quitting rap, some relationship topics and much more.

50mins

5 Feb 2019

Rank #18

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Wins and Losses

In this episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast we discuss the passing of Stan Lee, Georgia’s stolen election, Brittany Renner’s tell all, a lot of music you may have missed, Jill Scott’s special talent and some relationship questions.

42mins

23 Nov 2018

Rank #19

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Lit Dreams, Free Hong Kong

In this episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast we are joined by Dez and Teliyah. Together we host an exclusive interview with the lady who is bringing urban vintage to a wider market. Next we move forward to discuss the case of Tondalao Hall and what the NBA should take a stance in the Hong Kong protests or shut up and dribble. Last we turn our attention Joe Budden’s neverending hate, and whether Post Malone was right about Hip-Hop. All this and much more…

1hr 30mins

24 Oct 2019

Rank #20