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“Ask Us Anything”

The Casey Crew

Hosted by DJ Envy and Gia Casey (Loud Speakers Network)

Released: 6/7/2017

Available via iTunes, iHeartRadio, SoundCloud

The couple devotes this week’s entire show to answering listener questions, offering tips on what to do when your Black child is being bullied in an all-white school, how to respond when your partner feels a previous marriage disqualifies you from receiving a fantasy proposal, and how to tell your husband that you’re through experimenting with threesomes. (Oh my!)


Black Girl Podcast

Released: 6/7/2017

Hosted by Rebecca “Bex” Francois, Alysha Pamphile, Gia Peppers, Sapphira Martin, and Deanii “Scottie Beam” Scott

Available via iTunes, Stitcher

After a tearful two-part episode, the ladies keep it light and chop it up about pop culture, discussing the need for personal space at music festivals, Kathy Griffin’s white tears, why sleeping with Black women doesn’t absolve Bill Maher from accusations of racism, and more. Listen to them ponder the age old question of whether or not you can separate an artist from their art at 1:03:19.

“Weight of Dreams”

The Remedy Podcast

Hosted by Niccara Campbell, Antoinette Childs, and Taylor Johnson

Released: 6/5/2017

Available via iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher

The ladies speak with guest Timea Gaines about chasing greatness on the inside and out, embracing setbacks, and trusting your convictions when it comes to your career.

You’ve Got A Business Idea, Now What? Navigating Each Step Of The Drive w/ Blavity CEO Morgan DeBaun

Dreams in Drive

Hosted by Rana Campbell

Released: 6/5/17

Available via iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher

Morgan DeBaun keeps it honest about life after a glow-up and the struggles behind Blavity’s success. The young CEO also explains why start-ups should cut “dead weight,” the importance of keeping up with data, and why she doesn’t shy away from criticism.

“Pushing The Envelope”

The Friend Zone

Hosted by Hey Fran Hey, Dustin Ross, Assante (Loud Speakers Network)

Released: 6/7/2017

Available via iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher

Our favorite friends-in-our-heads explore the social contract between fans and comedians and the shifting line between funny and offensive. During the wellness segment Fran suggests a chemical-free fix for menstrual cramps.

“White People Make the Worst Presidents”

Black Joy Mixtape

Hosted by Jaz Da King of da Souf and Amber J. Phillips

Released: 6/2/2017

Available via iTunes, SoundCloud

Jas and Amber summon Bad Girl Riri to give us “a sickening lip” to prepare for the “apocalypse” since Y’ALL’s  president is still tripping. They talk the hate crime at the ‘Blacksonian,’ the melting ice caps, why they are NOT here for 45’s wife, and why white liberals are the only ones surprised that their family members are racist.

“Solo Alvin”

Me and Mommy and Bobby Brown

Hosted by #Minimilah and Mommy

Released: 6/7/2017

Available via Bumpers.FM

Honorary CASSIUS staffer #Minimilah wows us with her singing skills, dishes on superhero movies (despite being too young to see most of them) and offers some words of wisdom for President Trump. The 4-year-old New Edition historian also reveals the group that Bobby Brown joined after departing the famed boy band–hilarity ensues.