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Billy and Dagny are back with a minisode this week to launch the holiday season. We hope you all had a fantastic Thanksgiving! We've got a minisode this week to recover from the Holiday and we'll be back to finish the year strong with two full episodes before the Christmas break. This week we're talking Animal Crossing DLC, Foundation, The Wheel of Time, and Issa Rae's Insecure. It's a fun pop culture roundup, don't miss it! Hosts: Billy and Dagny McCartney Art: Nina Howard Music: Someone Your Own Size by RW SMith.
Ashley and Racquel return to the show to discuss Issa Rae produced, 'Sweet Life: LA.' The show follows a group of Black 20-somethings looking at "what it means to be young, Black, ambitious, and in constant pursuit of one's dreams." The HBO Max show has been picked up for a second season but as of this recording it wasn't clear if it would return but Ashley had a tip, which came true. Thanksgiving weekend is the perfect to binge the show and listen to our thoughts on the season's drama. Follow us on Instagram and on Twitter.
This week, Les chats with Daytime Emmy-nominated actress Crystal Lee Brown. Brown will next be seen as Janelle on Starz's crime drama Hightown. She was nominated for her first Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Digital Drama Series for her role as Tamara in Giants, which streams on Issa Rae's YouTube Channel. In addition, she is known for her three-season run as Sergeant King on the hit CW series Black Lightning. Brown also recurred on season 2 of Netflix's Mindhunter, and had a memorable role on Showtime's The Good Lord Bird. She can be seen in films such as Judas and the Black Messiah and Hidden Figures. It's a wonderful time as they discuss all that and more on today's episode. Check it out!
Killa is joined by GIRLBOSS, LaToya R. Young, mother, travelista and owner of L'Rose PR. Toya gives us the gems on how to maintain that creative momentum while balancing work/life tings, passion vs. discipline, what inspires her to keep going and her journey to the world of PR with a sprinkle of fangirling for Issa Rae. Are you doubting your ability to work for yourself?? Don't think you have what it takes to start your own media empire? Need a sign to tell you if you should start that business? Well here it is, you don't want to miss this Killa Konvo!!!!
On this episode Trese (@_justrese) Jenn (@jenn.elaine) and B-Eazy (@preacher_bp) discuss episode 4 of season 5 of Issa Rae's Insecure entitled "Faulty,Okay?!" Email: email@example.com Call us up and let us know what you think 404-436-2370
In this episode, we continue on our weekly recaps of the hit HBO Max series starring Issa Rae titled "Insecure". We discuss whether or not Nathan has aged well on this show, whether or not we want to see Issa and Nathan together, and we wonder if Lawrence will ever play a role in Issa's life moving forward in this final season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
https://linktr.ee/NateMannyPodThe off brand Silk Sonic aka Nylon Waves boys are back to discuss the long awaited, An Evening With Silk Sonic.We talk about what we loved about the album, some breakdowns and all that silky goodness.An update on Astroworld Fest.Nate goes deep on Issa Rae's Insecure episode about deadbeats.GTA Trilogy was remastered and we give some thoughts.Chloe Bailey posted a video that may or may not be super fire or corny.Thanks for tapping in! Like, subscribe and follow the team!@natemannypod@n4te_24@mannypaclyVideo/Audio by: @dnvnmpDirection/Vision: @marcellarphoto
The Picture Getting Clearer - -in this episode of the podcast, we discuss how to stay solid and not to crack under the pressure while embarrassing yourself. other topics include the Travis Scott "Astroworld" incident, Fetty Wap getting picked up by the feds on a RICO, Summer Walker's new album, Tupac's last album, Alpo's murder in Harlem, ASAP Rocky's influence in the last 10 years, how to handle betrayal, which shorty from Insecure we would pipe, examining "public outrage" with black art and Ghostface Killah's impact in the last 25 years... PROTECT YA NECK - - Text The "Bird Talk" Hotline at (404) 445-4645 to submit a topic Email: RunningTrizz@gmail.comInstagram: @RunningTrizzSupport the show (https://cash.app/$RunningTrizz)
In this episode, we continue on our weekly recaps of the hit HBO Max tv series starring Issa Rae titled "Insecure". We discuss how unique Lawrence and Condola's relationship is at this point of the series, we debate whether or not Lawrence was to blame for most of the problems that happened in this episode, and we ask ourselves how we would react to some of the situations Lawrence was put in as a new single parent. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this season 3 finale episode Sharmanique reminisces on the start of the podcast and how far we have come. (5:41) Insecure Episode 3 was focused on Lawrence and Condola and Sharmanique was completely here for it, she explains why. (17:07) The harder they Fall is a cinematic masterpiece and is one of the Best movies of the year if not THEE best. (23:03) It wouldn't be right without a good ol Mean Cafe article. This one is titled *10 Things You don't Need in your Life* written by Don Johnson. Article link: https://medium.com/mind-cafe/10-things-you-dont-need-in-your-life-b753a46b794c (33:43) Issa Rae comments on not forgiving Meek Mill which is too relatable (37:30) Sharmanique expresses how she feels like love is in the air for everyone but her :| (43:09) Final remarks Podpage: www.podpage.com/catch-these-vibes Follow us on Twitter: @catch_vibespod Instagram: @catchthesevibespod --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/catchthesevibes/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/catchthesevibes/support
Rushion speaks with comedian Aida Rodriguez about her new comedy special on HBO Max "Fighting Words." She discusses triumphing over adversary and turning her pain and trauma into comedy. Also writer, actor and stand up comedian Leonard Robinson talks about the fifth and final season of the HBO Max series "Insecure." and more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Well, Insecure is coming to an end with this season. And we're all watching as intently as we were on Day 1. And we're still vacillating between Team Lawrence and Team Nathan. Joy, Clo and KC the Alchemist weigh in on this, Issa's vulnerability and raw truth about her entrepreneurship journey, Molly's vulnerability and close look at herself and Kelly's very real, very powerful feelings of invisibility. Pull up and let's chat.
Mahdi Cocci currently stars in the BET+ series “Bruh,” a 30-min comedy series from powerhouse producer Tyler Perry, which celebrates black male brotherhood. Cocci also co-stars in the NETFLIX romantic comedy feature THE LOVEBIRDS opposite Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani, which is now streaming. BET+ series “Bruh” examines the contemporary world of dating, career, and friendship through the lens of four African American men with a brother-like bond. Cocci plays Tom, a doctor with lady problems, but he is also the glue that holds the group together. “Bruh” Seasons 1 and 2 can be streamed on BET+, and they have been renewed for a third season. THE LOVEBIRDS is a rom-com from Paramount/Netflix that tells the story of couple Jibran (Nanjiani) and Leilani (Rae), who on the brink of breaking up, get unintentionally embroiled in a bizarre murder mystery. Cocci portrays Keith, a coworker to Leilani, whose friendship with Leilani causes Jibran to be jealous. Originally scheduled to premiere at SXSW, the film is now streaming on Netflix. Cocci was born in Minneapolis, MN, and was raised by his mother, Stephanie. Education was always emphasized growing up, and Mahdi earned a full Navy ROTC scholarship to the University of Pittsburgh. He put his burgeoning modeling career on hold to serve as an officer in the Navy upon graduation. After serving honorably, Cocci shifted gears and pursued a career in acting. His first professional credit was earned on the TV series, Dynasty, in 2018, roles on other network shows soon followed, including The Gifted, The Resident, MacGyver and more. Mahdi will appear in recurring roles in The Terminal List, Games People Play, and an upcoming Marvel project in 2022. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theactorslounge/support
In this episode, we continue on our weekly recaps of the hit HBO Max series starring Issa Rae titled "Insecure". We discuss whether or not we like the time jump we take in this episode, we debate if Nathan treated Issa right or wrong while they were hanging out, and we wonder if Molly can find true love before the series is over. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The girls review the highly anticipated Netflix movie, 'The Harder They Fall', from a black perspective. We also review the critically acclaimed series finally season by Issa Rae, 'Insecure', as well as a few other big worthy shows. We also debut the second installment of 'The Education of Alexxis' where she share how new found discovery of Big Sean, why she hates to love Megan Trainor, and why Trina is always a bop. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/faeepodcast/message
“Literally during the last week of production, we kept having this conversation. We are part of a cultural moment and we know we are, which is a very out of body experience… Any iconic black show, did they know? Because a lot of those when you look back at their history they were one the bubble, and I always think about Girlfriends and Living Single––did they know that people would still be talking about them?”Amy Aniobi is a writer, director and Executive Producer on HBO's Emmy-nominated comedy, “Insecure,” starring Issa Rae. “Insecure” will premiere its fifth and final season on October 24th with Aniobi behind the camera as director of the seventh episode (#507) to be broadcast on December 5th. She also served as showrunner/head writer/EP for season one of the HBO stand-up special “2 Dope Queens.” Under her new production shingle “SuperSpecial” and overall deal with HBO, Aniobi already is in development on several projects, as well as two features set up at Universal. Amy recently directed the award-winning short film, "Honeymoon," which explores a modern-day Nigerian couple's arranged marriage. She also co-created, co-directed and starred in the web series, “Lisa and Amy Are Black,” created the web series, “The Slutty Years” and wrote for both seasons of “Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl.” Amy is Nigerian, hails from North Texas, graduated from Stanford University and UCLA, and has lived both in the US (New York, the Bay Area) and abroad (France, Morocco).· amyaniobi.com · www.creativeprocess.info(Photo Credit: Merie W. Wallace/HBO)
Amy Aniobi is a writer, director and Executive Producer on HBO's Emmy-nominated comedy, “Insecure,” starring Issa Rae. “Insecure” will premiere its fifth and final season on October 24th with Aniobi behind the camera as director of the seventh episode (#507) to be broadcast on December 5th. She also served as showrunner/head writer/EP for season one of the HBO stand-up special “2 Dope Queens.” Under her new production shingle “SuperSpecial” and overall deal with HBO, Aniobi already is in development on several projects, as well as two features set up at Universal. Amy recently directed the award-winning short film, "Honeymoon," which explores a modern-day Nigerian couple's arranged marriage. She also co-created, co-directed and starred in the web series, “Lisa and Amy Are Black,” created the web series, “The Slutty Years” and wrote for both seasons of “Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl.” Amy is Nigerian, hails from North Texas, graduated from Stanford University and UCLA, and has lived both in the US (New York, the Bay Area) and abroad (France, Morocco).· amyaniobi.com· www.creativeprocess.info
After becoming a vegan, Angela merged her love for a Holistic Lifestyle and Pop Culture creating Vegan Pop Eats. Vegan Pop Eats is a brand inviting people wanting to be plant-based/vegan without feeling overwhelmed. The Vegan Pop Eats purpose is about educating, showcasing the hottest vegan spaces, trends and allowing people to tell their journey to veganism. Angela's love story with the media began after graduating from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke with a double BS in Public Relations and Broadcasting. Her comfortability with media behind the scenes as a publicist pushed her to the front, allowing keen knowledge of all things Pop Culture. Working with brands such as Dr. Oz, Noni Chat (UK) The YBF.com, Tha L Spot, Diva Gals Daily.com and more. Interviewing celebrities such as Jada Pinkett Smith, Megan Goode, John Salley, 50 Cent, Tamron Hall, Issa Rae amongst others. You can find out more about Angela & Vegan Pop Eats at https://www.veganpopeats.com You can support The Bloody Vegans Podcast on Patreon If you would like support in creating your own podcast contact Bloody Vegans Productions via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this episode, we begin our weekly recaps of the hit HBO Max series by Issa Rae titled "Insecure". We discuss whether or not this episode was flat for a season premiere, we debate on if Issa's decision with Lawrence was valid, and we get some insight on why sororities were upset with Amanda Seales's performance. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Recorded October 26, 2021Insecure is back and we are here for it. Please support our podcast:Please rate/review, subscribe and share!!Cashapp:$GirrrlPodcastDonate: PatreonHave a question or topic you want us to talk about? We want to hear from you!!Twitter: @girrrlpodcastInstagram: @girrrlpodcastFacebook: @girrrlpodcastEmail us: Talk2Us@girrrlpodcast.com
Welcome back to another episode of the Dominate the Decade podcast! This week, the guys catch up about the recent developments in each of their lives, the content they've been consuming, how Adarius and Josh are adjusting to their new respective cities, what's going on in culture and much more! Additional topics include: HBO's & Issa Rae's "Insecure" and the effect the show has on culture Our thoughts on Halloween Podcast and TV show recommendations A recent report detailing that Black Americans outpace both White and Hispanic Americans in crypto investments For even more content, you can check out Dominate the Decade on social media; Instagram: @dominatethedecade, Twitter: @dominate_decade, and Facebook: Dominate the Decade. As always, thank you for your support of the podcast. Let's all continue to #DominateTheDecade one day at a time!
What went wrong on the set of Alec Baldwin's new movie? Why are the AKAs pissed at Issa Rae? New music from Megan, Yung Miami, and Mario. Michael Myers is homophobic because he killed gay people...like a killer? Boosie is still mad at Lil Nas X? Plus, new Line Em Ups, Guess What, and I'ma Tell My Mama! Follow us on Instagram @hmhspodcast and on FaceBook "His Mama, Her Son Podcast." Have a question that needs some not so motherly advice? Send it to Ms. Vicki at email@example.com.
The fellas Nick Jones and DB3 get together give their unfiltered opinions on a myriad of current events. -Brady 600 TD's vs The Fan 2:00 -Ben Simmons 21:45 -The Nets 23:58 -Top 75 37:29 -Dave Chapelle and the Netflix walkout 49:18 -Sydney Star and Darius McCrary 1:20:20 -Issa Rae vs The AKA's 1:26:21 -Jada vs Will 1:40:20 -Universal Basic Income 1:46:21
In this episode New music from Megan Thee Stallion & Yung Miami Fetty Wap arrested Issa Rae and the AKA's Tabria Major's #cilloween for Ciara And “Can You Believe This Shit?” With a woman takes 23 family members on blind date Follow Us/Like Twitter: @rndmconvos Instagram: @rndmconvos Facebook: Random Convos From The Couch Visit https://myzipistreams.com/randomconvos Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Cody: IG @handsomehandsdown | Twitter @handsomeHDII Karisma: IG @karismamichelle | Twitter @KarismaMichelle Also check out Cody's “Access Code Podcast” every Tuesday on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Amazon Music & Podbean
The fellas are back with a brand new episode as we discuss what did Jada really mean when she said what she said, yes you read that right. Also Drew is finally back to let loose on his opinion on cancel culture with Dave Chappelle amongst other celebrities in the comedy business. Issa Rae and the controversy around the using of the African American sorority letters/image/shield of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., was she/they wrong for using their likeness allegedly with permission. With more topics in between come take a listen and enjoy and chime on Youtube, Twitter, Facebook, and or Instagram. Also subscribe to our Youtube channel and follow us on Twitter @hwy22e. We are the hwy22e podcast!!! #Jada #Will #cancelculture #davechappelle #aka #alphakappaalpha #insecure #issarae #blackpodcast #blackpodcastes#rkelly #billcosby --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Netflix and chill season has officially arrived in sunny Southern California and the gang is ready for it! Ashley and Lexie flirt with the idea of taking up a pole dancing class (sounds nice) LOL. It's the last episode in our 90's so it's only right that we end on some awesome nineties nostalgia moments. What is your best, of the 90s Nickelodeon cartoons? This week's topic is trauma responses, yes we're back in the wellness corner. We get into the six F's on how we respond. fLexx and cAshley relate on their ultra-independence due to trust issues. The Greeks are upset with Issa Rae and Amanda Seals for her character wearing an “AKA” jacket during the premiere episode of the final season of Insecure. The Dodgers have officially tricked off the World series after letting Atlanta knock them out. And the Lakers are having a rough start to the season with the team clearly not meshing. Ashley catches a vibe at the Erykah Badu concert with her man over the weekend.Stay safe, wear a mask + remember… No Justice, No Peace until ALL BLACK LIVES MATTER! Stay connected: @ComeThruPod @FlexxLutherr @Ashlijaayy MAMBA MOMENT:Sara Blakely, CEO and founder of Spanx sells the majority stake in her company for $1.2 billion dollars and gifts her 500+ employees with two first class tickets to anywhere in the world they want to go AND $10,000 dollars.TV/FILM: Maid on NetflixYOU on NetflixDune on HBO MaxWu Tang: An American Saga on HuluInsecure on HBO HEAT SEEKERS:This Week's Heat added to the Heat Seekers Playlist:Blxst featuring Drakeo the Ruler: Don't ForgetErykah Badu: Didn''t Cha KnowErykah Badu: Time's a Wastin'Vibe to the Heat Seekers and follow the playlists: Apple Music/ iTunes: https://music.apple.com/us/playlist/heat-seekers/pl.u-55D6ZylugW2MDM Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1BxWfYK7rJSPZhH4fBMJEt?si=9lFATMeBTDO1mvRMhbaxLQ Tidal: https://tidal.com/playlist/4eb24890-f738-4615-b98a-f68064149c27 *** Come Thru Media LLC does not own the rights to the music played during heatseekers.
In today's episode we are learning from Hannah Diop, the Founder of Sienna Naturals. What I love about this episode is the perseverance that Hannah has undertaken into creating the brand that we see today. Starting in 2012 it took multiple pivots and years of iterating and tweaking her approach before things really caught steam in 2020. As they say, Rome wasn't built in a day and overnight success takes 10 years. Literally. Owned by Hannah & Issa Rae, Sienna Naturals is setting a new standard for clean, plant-based performance in the textured hair care industry, one that is focused on hair and scalp health. Just like a skincare regimen, Sienna Naturals products create Wash Day Rituals that keep textured hair and scalp healthy, enabling customers to see immediate improvement and wear their hair in all of the magnificent and diverse ways people with kinks, curls, frizz, waves and texture choose - without compromising on ingredients.LINKS WE MENTION:Hannah's InstagramSienna Naturals' InstagramFemale Startup Club's InstagramDoone's InstagramIn partnership with Klaviyo, the best email marketing tool for ecommerce businesses.Female Startup Club's YouTubeFemale Startup Club's Private Facebook GroupSay hello to Doone: email@example.comFemale Startup Club $1000 Monthly Cash Give AwayBook: Four Thousand Weeks by Olivia Burkeman
Insecure starring Issa Rae is back and we review it and some of the relatable moments therein. Have you ever had a friendship that you felt like you just couldn't get back on track? Or... if you and your significant other were on a break and they got someone pregnant... could you continue after a relationship with them?All this and moreLoud Feeling Podcast
We had a great conversation with Daytime Emmy-Nominated Actress Crystal Lee Brown on The Chris & Sandy Show. We talked about so many things from God, family, acting, sacrifices, her roles and what they means to her, she told some really amazing stories to a whole lot more! Brown will next be seen in a large role as Janelle, a no-nonsense prison physical therapist who forms a romantic relationship with a patient, on Starz's crime drama Hightown. The series follows a woman's journey to sobriety that is overshadowed when she is pulled into the middle of a murder investigation. The highly-anticipated season 2 is set to premiere October 17th.She is no stranger to the small screen. Brown was nominated for her first Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Digital Drama Series for her role as Tamara in Giants, which streams on Issa Rae's YouTube Channel. In addition, she is known for her three-season run as Sergeant King on the hit CW series Black Lightning. Brown also recurred on season 2 of Netflix's Mindhunter, which was executive produced by Charlize Theron and David Fincher. Her memorable role on Showtime's The Good Lord Bird earned praise from The New York Times and Time Magazine. Brown's niche as the hip and witty charmer with an east coast flare has also landed her roles on numerous other networks including Netflix, HBO, ABC, CBS and TNT. Brown made her mark on the world of film in the Academy Award-winning Judas and the Black Messiah as well as Uncle Drew. She also starred as Bernie, one of the mathematicians known as a “human computer” in the award-winning Hidden Figures alongside Taraji P. Henson and Octavia Spencer.
In this episode of the Q&E Podcast we react to the NBA 75 and dive into the biggest snubs from the "official list". We talk about Dave Chapelle's recent comments regarding Cancel Culture and have an interesting debate on if Chapelle is playing himself with this crusade. We get into if NBA Opening Week and it's biggest storylines: Ja Morant the Next Allen Iverson? Lakers in Trouble? Warriors Best in the NBA? We also discuss the NFL Week 7 Recap, Issa Rae and Insecure Backlash along with much more! Follow your hosts on social media: Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/QEPodcast1, Host: https://www.twitter.com/Q_Hicks3; https://www.twitter.com/EdgarMartin97 IG: https://www.instagram.com/qandepodcast, Host: https://www.instagram.com/edgarmartinofficial Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/qepodcast YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTOeOOheEI1tWoLeAcyGp4g Email us questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
To kick off season two of The Etcs Kevin and Eddie sit down with award-winning writer, director, producer, actress, and New York Times best-seller Issa Rae. Issa talks the fifth and final season of her hailed HBO series Insecure. Then, they discuss their love for Drake, and why Issa has yet to forgive Meek Mill for their beef, along with a deep dive into social media and privacy for Kevin and Issa in the face of superstardom. And finally, they find out what's next for Issa and her media conglomerate in the new post-Insecure world as she moves on to the next phase of her career and life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
B-Eazy (@preacher_bp), Trese (@_justrese) and new co-host Jenn (@jenn.elaine) from the Pardon My Chic podcast are joined by Key (@thediaryofkey) from the MyCurlsSpeak with Key podcast. They recap Episode 1 of the final season of Issa Rae's Insecure. Email: email@example.com Call us up with your show feed back 404-436-2370
Issa Rae reacts to the controversy over ‘Insecure's use of AKA letters, Dave Chappelle talks cancel culture and the outrage over his Netflix special ‘The Closer,' and Japan's Princess Mako gives up her title (and 1.3 million bucks!) to marry the man she loves. Plus, celebrity astrologer Aliza Kelly stops by the show to explain which Hollywood stars are truly aligned. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
"Queued Up" is a new series where Jade and a special co-host give a review of the new season of their favorite show and recap the latest episode each week just for you! They will dissect (breakdown an episode), reflect (share thoughts, opinions, and talk about how situations in the episode relate back to their real lives), and share their expectations and predictions for the rest of the season and the following episode. This season Jade is reviewing the fifth and final season of 'Insecure' and recapping each episode with her good friend Holly Lewis, who has been following Issa Rae's career since her YouTube series 'Awkward Black Girl." And this week, we are talking about Episode 1: "Reunited, Okay?!" Tune in to the first season of 'Queued Up' every Tuesday while we recap each new episode of 'Insecure' Season 5 until the very end. Follow 'Holly's Hit Or Miss' on Instagram! @hollyhitormiss Follow Jade Raven and In True Jade Fashion On Instagram! @intruejadefashion @ravengem_ Music by: @ThatsJustScotty
This week we talk Eric's quick trip, next gen gaming system's still sold out before holidays, more Dave Chappelle backlash, Alec Baldwin accidentally kills person on set with prop gun, reboots instead of original TV/Film ideas, Insecure season premiere and AKA's beefing with Issa Rae, Succession, New Yorkers protesting anti-vax mandates, and more. Subscribe, Rate Us, and Share! Follow us on social media: @TheGoddamnFools @EvSwain @TheBlkofWallSt @hi_biancaaaa (Twitter) / @hi.biancaaaa (Instagram)
Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay discuss the U.S. Department of Justice cracking down on modern-day redlining (7:25). Plus: Kyrie Irving's vaccine stance has MAGA and BLM on the same side for once (23:30). Then, Issa Rae and Amanda Seales have some Black Greeks upset (41:41), and Boosie's homophobia is showing again (47:58). Hosts: Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay Producers: Trudy Joseph and Donnie Beacham Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
STARZ BMF Ep: 5 Secrets & Lies ABC Queens Ep: 1 Meek Mill Sold Out MSG Saturday Night In NEW YORK CITY!!! Final Season Of Insecure Ep:1 Reunited,Okay?! Kim Kardashian Announces New Fendi & SKIMS Collaboration Court Documents Reveal That An Assistant Director Unknowingly Gave Alec Baldwin A Loaded Weapon & Told Him It Was Safe To Use Just Before Accidental Shooting Vin Diesel Walked Paul Walker's Daughter Meadow Walker Down The Aisle On Her Wedding Day Summer Walker Drops The Video For Her Song ‘Ex For A Reason' Featuring JT Group Of Fathers Form ‘Dads On Duty' Group To Combat Violence At Louisiana High School Sorority Members Upset Over Amanda Seales Portraying an AKA on Insecure, Issa Rae and Amanda Seales Respond Kyrie Irving Supporters Storm Barclays Center Barricades to Protest Vaccine Mandate Boosie Responds with Homophobic Slurs, After Lil Nas X Lies And Said They Have A Song Together Carmelo Anthony Reaches Another Milestone On The All-Time Scoring List Drake Now Owns Same Rolls-Royce He Used To Rent To "Keep Up Appearances" Saweetie Denies Roddy Ricch Dating Rumors After Fans Jump To Conclusions Drake's Birthday Party Saw Sky From “Black Ink Crew” Get In A Fight
Carefree Black Nerd Presents: “Oh, so insecure” * Use the hashtag #OSinsecure when watching insecure and listening to this episode. From the minds of Issa Rae and Larry Wilmore comes the quintessential show about the complexities of 'blackness' and the reality that you can't escape being black. “We're just trying to convey that people of color are relatable. This is not a hood story. This is about regular people living life.” -Issa Join Rhayne Coleman for a weekly look into the fifth and FINAL season of HBO's melaninated original comedy, insecure. Season 5, Episode 1: Reunited, Okay?! Who's your favorite character and scene of this week? Do you empathize with Kelli? How do you feel on the BGLO discourse? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: twitter.com/carefreeblerd Instagram: Instagram.com/carefreeblacknerd Resume: Linktr.ee/CarefreeBlackNerd Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5iLcGlzEffDoHKXBrZBJYA?si=y-pINUVrSUyPp8PAi4zNpQ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZLE-1viZcnMQU8ddPnH_-w?view_as=subscriber ITunes: itun.es/us/aXGRfb.c Stitcher: stitcher.com/podcast/bynk-radio-inc/carefree-black-nerd SoundCloud: SoundCloud.com/carefreeblacknerd Live tweet this episode using the hashtag #OSinsecure Subscribe, Like, Rate and Review the show on iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher and Google Play, BYNKradio.net(and wherever else you listen to podcasts) Download episodes of "Oh, So insecure" and subscribe to future episodes by visiting Linktr.ee/CarefreeBlackNerd
On this weeks episode of MTB - The gang is back in studio. Join LG , Britt, Lex and Mani as they celebrate Issa Rae and her excellence and talk the cultural value of Insecure. They also discuss the cage of perfectionism. The type of space Black women hold in love. The shooting that took place at the Gas station in Oakland, CA and fallout of the economic disparity. All that and much more on this episode of MTB. ThiListen to Conversations with Nation Season 2 Premier hereGrand Nationxl their debut album Twice On Sunday: Season 1 is out NOW! Konkrete Violet Purchase the Vinyl + Digital HEREEastshore Highway Purchase the Vinyl Here Follow Meet The Brave PodcastFollow ManiFollow LGFollow Brittny Nation (Producer)Follow Let's Bubble ProductionsFollow Northwest PizzaWatch WINNING FORMXLA.
Five years after the debut of “Insecure,” the acclaimed HBO comedy-drama is finally coming to a close. Creator and star Issa Rae discusses the characters' journeys, personal growth and “betting on herself.”Read more:For a certain generation of Black women, Issa Rae's volume of work is like the Harry Potter books — stories about characters who grow and mature alongside their fans. “In shooting this final season, we've been very nostalgic and thinking about where we came from and imagining what our impact would be like,” says Rae, the creator and star of HBO's “Insecure.” “Maybe people will hold on to this show as part of their lives in that way, and we may go down in history, you know, if we stick the landing. … And that makes me feel really good.”“Insecure” debuted on HBO in 2016, focusing on the lives of two late-20s best friends in Los Angeles who are trying to navigate messy romances, social lives and professional aspirations. But Rae has been the voice of millennial Black women for more than a decade, all the way back to her hit Web series “The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl.”“I used to binge-watch this show in my dorm cafeteria on Fridays,” says Martine Powers, “Post Reports” host. “I'd be like, ‘Oh, all my essays are done, getting ready for the weekend. I'm going to watch “Awkward Black Girl.” This is going to be amazing.'”As Rae reflects on the final season of her show, her characters' trajectory, and her own personal growth, she says that she's learned to trust the choices she's made along the way that have led to greater artistic freedom — and power. “One of the scariest things to me … is just, like, the fork-in-the-road choice,” Rae says. “There's something so terrifying about knowing that this is a decision that I could make that could change the course of my life. And I just have to make it.”
This week on the Insecure Podcast, LaTonya, Mari and Chappell announce the podcast, give their takes on the Issa Rae series, and make their predictions for the final season ahead. The post ‘Insecure' Final Season Kickoff Show appeared first on PostShowRecaps.com.
Today on the show we had Big Boss Issa, Income Issa but better known as Issa Rae stop by where she spoke about her final season of Insecure, new projects and more. Also, Charlamagne gave "Donkey of the Day" to Honolulu Police Department for arresting a 10 year old black girl for a drawing that made another parent upset, and the picture was a picture of the girls bully, can't make this up! And Angela helped some listeners out during "Ask Yee" Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Mike talks to Write On about his work as a mentor and the founding of his organization Black Boy Writes: "I have 11 mentees; they're all great, and they all span different genres. [We're] just breaking that myth that Black people are monolithic, we can only write one thing or we all experience the same thing, when that's not true. We live varied experiences, and we write many types of things." Mike discusses getting his first writing job with Issa Rae, and gives advice for the aspiring writer. "You have to remember that you're only as good as your last writing sample. You're only as good as your last project, so you have to keep the momentum. You have to keep writing. . . if I wasn't writing all the time, I would not have the opportunities that I have now.” Don't forget to subscribe to the Write On Podcast on iTunes! Now available on Google Podcasts!
Briana "Bri" Jones from Sweet Life: Los Angeles joined The Take On. We dive into all things Sweet Life from HBO Max and Issa Rae! Briana understood the assignment as she navigated her personal life and her careers ups and downs on reality TV. There was nobody on the show that had a larger emotional arch than Briana. She truly is the star of the show and we can't wait to have her back for Season 2! If you want to hear all the ins and outs of the fabulous friend group from Sweet Life then this is the episode for you. FOLLOW BRIANA "BRI" JONES: Instagram: @brirideordie FOLLOW AMIR: Instagram: @amiryassofficial Twitter: @amiryasstweets TikTok: @AmirYassOfficial Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What's up Delinquents! Your favorite play cousins are back we a BRAND NEW episode! Let's be honest, are you really done listening to R.Kelly? Issa Rae and Insecure, Homecoming week changes, and much more. We talk about it all this week! Vasco has the question of the Day. Vanessa has her Women Want to Know.And Jerry has the topics straight from social media! Shout out to the #FrequentDelinquents #Podcast #ComedyThank you to everyone who listens to us weekly, old delinquents and new delinquents! We do this show for you!Submit a Love Em' or Leave Em' Letter: http://bit.ly/loveorleave2020Get Your Official Dignified Delinquents Merch: http://bit.ly/TDDMErchGet Tickets to The Dignified Delinquents Live: https://bit.ly/TDDLiveShowFollow The Host on Social Media:Jerry Tha Great - http://bit.ly/Jerrythagreat2Vanessa - http://bit.ly/NessaNessVasco - http://bit.ly/IAmVSJOrder your game of Out of Bounds and get 10% off with code word Dignified: https://bit.ly/OUTofBounds
00:00 Church Announcments 02:14 Issa Rae was advised to add white people to shows so "White People Would Care" 19:08 Raiders Coach Jon Gruden Resigns 40:44 What does "The Bible" Says about "Soaking" 01:01:23 Wife Orders "Uber Cheats"
Amanda Scott from Sweet Life: Los Angeles joined The Take On. Executive Produced by Issa Rae and on HBO Max this reality show centered on young black excellence is not only entertaining but heartwarming. Amanda is a star who buys her first home on camera and is giving us black girl magic at each corner. Amanda amazingly stays out of most of the drama until PJ shows up and shows out on her birthday weekend to Palm Springs. We break down the entire season of Sweet Life not to mention all the enviable trips they go on where the drama is not checked with the luggage! We also talk how this show has changed Amanda's life in all the ways. This show is about an actual group of friends navigating love, loss, and living in the City of Angels. Amanda gives us all the behind the scenes tea we need! If you love reality TV, then this is the episode for you! FOLLOW AMANDA SCOTT: Instagram @Amandasaidso_ FOLLOW AMIR: Instagram: @amiryassofficial Twitter: @amiryasstweets TikTok: @AmirYassOfficial Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices