New Newsletter Content. Click Here To Subscribe Now!

Keep Listening and Learning | June Podcasts

Black woman in floral dress laughing

This month while we’re talking about all things Black Culture through the lens of Blackity Black, then a Little Blacker. We’re listening to Black podcasts that top some of the most popular lists of pop culture, gossip, comedy, and Black and queer identity. As our editor put it, “In June, whatever is happening—that’s not news—is happening but Blacker.” We hope you’ll kick back a bit and enjoy some of these purely-for-fun podcasts.

Carefully Reckless: Comedian and Actress Jessica “Jess Hilarious” Moore is taking on all the topics nobody else dares.

Scam Goddess: “Comedy, true crime and general fuckery” is how Mashable describes Laci Mosley’s hysterical podcast on frauds.

Thirst Aid Kit: In-depth discussions on romance in pop culture with a light and humorous bent. The hosts Bim Adewunmi and Nichole Perkins give space for normalizing the desires of women.

Jemele Hill is Unbothered: Expect unbothered and unfiltered conversations from an award-winning journalist and culture critic.

Okay, Now Listen: Hosts Scottie Beam and Sylvia Obell share what’s on their minds, what they’re binging, and what’s blowing up their timelines.

Reasonably Shady: From the RHOP, hosts Gizelle Bryant and Robyn Dixon discuss latest celebrity drama, friendship, relationships, and their weekly ‘Shady Moment of the Week’ segment.

The Breakfast Club: A replay of “The World’s Most Dangerous Morning Show” with DJ Envy, Angela Yee, and Charlamagne Tha God!

About the author

Miller is a visual artist, writer and social justice activist. She works at The Lighthouse | Black Girl Projects and lives in Jackson, MS.

Related Posts

1 Response

    I love the blog written by you. Thanks for sharing the blog with informative content. We are also having Black Culture Podcast. Keep sharing more. We are also supporting Black women, their lives matter for us too. We contribute to the movement for Black lives by amplifying Black voices, Centering Black Women too.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.