Arts & Entertainment

Project Pat is a Memphis Hip-Hop legend. As part of the seminal group Three 6 Mafia, the man born Patrick Earl Houston, who also happens to be the older brother of Juicy J, helped make sure that besides the East and West coasts, there was plenty to say and hear coming out of the middle […]

Arts & Entertainment

While East Coast, West Coast and even Southern cities get plenty of attention when it comes to Hip-Hop, you can’t forget Chicago when discussing the beloved genre. So making sure we documented some official Chi-Town rap lore for the Witness To History podcast was essential. https://www.instagram.com/p/C12SMZhL68_/?hl=en Hip-Hop Wired presents Witness To History: 50 Year of […]

SZN Opener is back with new episodes dropping every week. On Season 2 of this dynamic podcast series, host and noted sports analyst Monica McNutt showcases Black college athletes and explores their triumphs, challenges and aspirations along their sports journeys. In Episode 4, Jackson State senior Kendyl Terrell opens up about grief and shares the […]

The saying ‘Nice Guys’ Finish Last, was originally coined as baseball commentary to describe a team ending up in last place in the league, but has transcended sports and become a common phrase in dating, romance, and everyday life. It's often used as an excuse for rude or dishonest behavior and a reason why some men feel they get ghosted on dates.  But let’s take a moment to take a deep dive into the age-old saying and figure out who is really responsible for ‘Nice Guys’ finishing last. The post Amanda Seales Reveals The Real Reason Why Nice Guys Finish Last appeared first on Black America Web.

From Selena Gomez's subtle reaction to Chris Brown at the VMAs to invaluable insights on time and emotional management, the Urban One Podcast Network offers a captivating array of shows designed to entertain and empower. Each week, we curate a selection of podcasts that not only celebrate the richness of Black culture but also deliver the latest in celebrity news, sports analysis, business advice, and conversations around health and wellness, all deeply rooted in issues close to the hearts of the Black community. The post 5 Must-Listen Black Podcasts You Missed This Week from The Urban One Podcast Networks 9/15/23 appeared first on Black America Web.

Tamika Mallory joins Amanda Seales to define what it means to be woke on the latest episode of the Small Doses Podcast and hold everyone from political pundits to the Black community accountable for being aware of the injustices everyone but straight white males face The post Side Effects Of ‘Woke’ with Tamika Mallory On The Small Doses Podcast appeared first on Black America Web.

Tune in to discover why President Biden won't centralize his legal problems in his re-election campaign. Uncover the complexities of child support as Halle Berry's case is examined, prompting discussions on whether men should receive child support/alimony. Join in the Big Up Let Down segment celebrating Sha'Carri Richardson and Jamaican runners, while addressing KFC's letdown. Explore current events like Hurricane Katrina's 2005 landfall and the UNC shooting update. The post Steve Harvey’s Apologies & Does Trump Have The Black Vote? | Urban One Podcast Network appeared first on Black America Web.

The daily broadcast, The Morning Hustle, that’s been waking its audience up to the beat of today’s Hip Hop is now on the Urban One Podcast Network. Tune in to the freshest program in broadcasting daily for entertaining, humorous, and informative takes on urban pop culture and trends from the Millennial and Gen Z point […] The post The Morning Hustle Is Now On The Urban One Podcast Network appeared first on Black America Web.

Kandi Burruss of '90s R&B quartet Xscape stopped by 'Small Doses' to give a breakdown on what it's really like to be in a girl group.

With the recently launched Urban One Podcast Network in full swing, it was only a matter of time before the Triangle made its mark. NY-born, Durham-raised MC Jooselord made his way to Atlanta to chop it up with Posted On The Corner’s Incognito and DJ Misses for the latest episode of the New & Making Noise podcast. In this episode, the […]

Today on Amanda Seales’ Show podcast, we discussed the historic election of Jennifer McLennan to Virginia’s congress, making her the first Black woman to be elected. We also discussed the potential success of the 4-day work week. It’s shocking to learn that Rihanna’s dad found out she was pregnant during the super bowl.  LL Cool […]

Welcome to this Wednesday episode of the Amanda Seales Show. We cover a range of topics on this podcast, including Biden’s rallying cry in Warsaw, to experimental male birth control and the impact of magazine covers on the black community. As always you can expect to laugh and learn as Amanda and DJ Nailz discuss […]