Opinions While Black

Opinions While Black

It's the most sober conversation you could ask for from the least sober team in podcasting. Oz Longworth and D. Randle deliver a black ass cheat sheet to the week in foolishness.

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May 16, 2022 162 min

This week, Oz and D. Randle highlight college graduates receiving LLCs, celebs defending themselves in comment sections and a beefy discussion of the new Kendrick Lamar album Mr. Morale and the Big Steppers. Also, Young Thug and Gunna's RICO case, Lori Harvey's diet regimen and more! Plus, your listener letters and the Top 3 STFUs. Pour Up! Song of the Week: Rotimi- "Decisions"

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This week, Oz and D. Randle sit down to talk about union busting, JJ Reddick's moment of allyship, the aftermath of Kevin Samuels' passing, new music from both Jack Harlow and Ella Mae. Also, an all new installment of Drakewatch and the guys nerd out over Dr. Strange. Plus, your listener letters and the Top 3 STFUs. Pour Up! Song of the Week: Dijon- "Sweet Thing"
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This week, Oz and D. Randle sit down to talk about their feelings on Moon Knight, the evolution of Marlon Wayans, acting like you've "been here" before and the new Future album. Also, more unfair criticisms of Meg Thee Stallion! Plus, your listener letters and the Top 3 STFUs. Pour Up! Song of the Week: BJ the Chicago Kid- "Church" feat. Chance the Rapper and Buddy

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April 26, 2022 150 min

This week, Oz and D. Randle come back refreshed from the time off and officially announce the coming of their Patreon. Also, Oz pays a special tribute to D. Randle, urges people to treat their local retailers kinder, discusses the Pusha T, the passing of DJ Kay Slay, Mike Tyson's breaking point and an overview of The Ultimatum. Plus, your listener letters and the Top 3 STFUs. Pour Up!

Song of the Week: Tanerelle- "Mama Sat...
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April 11, 2022 136 min
This week, Oz and D. Randle salute an old friend using her platform for justice, unpack the consequences of our pasts on social media and take a look at new music from both Syd and Alex Isley. Also, the crew talk about the latest from Chloe Bailey and her place in the Thirst Trap Power Rankings, more financial intrigue with Black Lives Matter, their favorite Grammy winners and Ezra Miller further disassembling the Justice League. P...
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April 4, 2022 141 min
This week, Oz and D. Randle salute comedian Jerrod Carmichael, advise Russell Wilson haters to sit down, go over "The Slap" as well as the cultural impact Will Smith's moment at the Oscars and Jesse Williams' latest child support woes. Plus, the guys give takes on Atlanta, your listener letters and the Top 3 STFUs. Pour Up! Song of the Week: Durand Bernarr - "Stuck feat. Ari Lennox"
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March 28, 2022 143 min

This week, Oz and D. Randle sit down to talk about overeagerness in dating, the guys' take on the long awaited season premiere of Atlanta and HBO Max's DMZ, Big Latto's industry issues, male birth control and the decline of New York hip hop. Plus, Ketanji Brown's confirmation, your listener letters and the Top 3 STFUs. Pour Up! Song of the Week: Syd feat Lucky Daye- "Cybah"

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March 22, 2022 143 min

This week, Oz and D. Randle sit down to talk about Zoe Kravitz in The Batman, the ongoing Megan Thee Stallion conspiracy theories and Oz celebrates the first year anniversary of the Fall of Derrick Jaxn. Also, the crew questions why Colin Kaepernick still wants to play football, gives an honest review of Bomani Jones' new HBO show and Oz gives his takes on new music from Lucky Daye and Scottie Spitten. Plus, your listener lette...

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March 14, 2022 120 min

This week, Oz and D. Randle pour up to talk about the timely demise of Nick Cannon's daytime talk show, the latest chapter in Slaughterhouse's neverending beef and Randle's take on the potential in Kanye's Stem Player. Also, Britney Griner's situation explained. Plus, your listener letters and the Top 3 STFUs. Pour Up! Song of the Week: John Legend feat. Brandy- "Quickly"

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March 1, 2022 151 min
This week, Oz and D. Randle (both with a case of the Mondays) sit down to talk about men defending Black women, Oz's fatigue with talking about splitting bills, the timely end of the Wendy Williams Show and the Lebron James Museum. Also, the crew rolls their eyes about the new Kanye doc as well as the latest male foolishness. Plus, your listener letters and the Top 3 STFUs. Pour Up! Song of the Week: Marie Dahlstrom- "Home...
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February 21, 2022 137 min
Oz and D. Randle sit down and pour up to talk about Issa Rae being celebrated by her city, the Super Bowl Halftime Show, We Need To Talk About Cosby and Oz's beef with the series Bel-Air. Plus, Fresh and Fit double down on the misogyny, Also, your listener letters and the Top 3 STFUs. Pour Up! Song of the Week: Alex Isley- "Love Again"
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February 14, 2022 155 min
This week, Oz and D. Randle catch up on their respective weeks and pour up to give flowers to Asian Doll, ponder Euphoria's triggering effect on its viewers, discuss the Texans' new coach, and reiterate how the culture seems to have no love for Leslie Jones. Also, people completely misunderstand the history of black sororities, your listener letters and the Top 3 STFUs. Pour Up! Song of the Week: Sade- "No Ordinary Lov...
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February 7, 2022 157 min

This week, Oz and D. Randle sit down and talk about the overnight support for Abbott Elementary, the ridiculous conflation of celebrity gossip and Black owned businesses, the fall of The Root and Denzel getting snubbed yet again for another BAFTA nod. Also, Whoopi Goldberg's suspension and Bath & Body Works trying too hard. Plus, your listener letters and the Top 3 STFUs! Pour Up! Song of the Week: De La Soul- "Much Mo...

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January 31, 2022 131 min

This week, Oz and D. Randle sit down to talk about communities uplifting each other, retail store etiquette, Cardi B's latest lawsuit and yet another Chris Brown accusation. Also, Mario Lopez's silence, underpaying managers, social media responses to Janet Jackson's documentary and Ari Lennox's recent industry woes. Plus, your listener letters and the Top 3 STFUs. Song of the Week: Dijon- "The Dress"

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January 24, 2022 165 min

Oz and D. Randle sit down and pour up with Randle's friends, Jess The Curly Nerd and Tim the People's Critic to discuss Brittany Renner confronting the Fresh and Fit boys, where manners have gone to, the passing of Andre Leon Talley, the AV Club getting shafted and Awkwafina's bizarre NAACP nomination. Also, Oz gloats over the Dallas Cowboys folding and Ari Lennox stops taking interviews after meeting a disrespectful po...

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Oz and D. Randle sit down and pour up to talk about capitalism and happiness, recognizing the life and contributions of Sidney Poitier, the new Weeknd album and Antonio Brown. Also, people lying on their job applications and misogyny in the podcasting community. Plus, you listener letters and the Top 3 STFUs. Pour Up! Song of the Week: PJ Morton- Please Don't Walk Away

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January 3, 2022 153 min

This week, Oz and D. Randle sit down to talk about CNN letting its hair down for New Year's Eve, the passing of Bishop Desmond Tutu & Max Julien, Kanye moving closer to Kim, and Joe Rogan's ideas about 2024. Also, the guys' opinions on the Insecure series finale and the latest installment of Drakewatch. Plus, your listener letters and the Top 3 STFUs. Pour Up! Song of the Week: Muni Long- "Hrs and Hrs"

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December 27, 2021 160 min

It's the last episode of the year!!! Oz and D. Randle pour up to discuss Black women in the NFL, the possibility of Jay-Z in a Verzuz, the new Nas album and the crew's favorites of the year. Plus, Oz's predictions on "Who's next? Plus, your listener letters and the 2021 STFU Awards! Pour Up! Song of the Week: N.E.R.D.- "Run to the Sun"

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December 21, 2021 158 min

On this out-of-pocket episode, Oz and D. Randle sit down to discuss the discourse over spoilers, the passing of bell hooks, Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley and the ongoing toxic male obsession with Meg The Stallion's shooting. Also, your listener letters, and the Top 3 STFUs. Pour Up! Song of the Week: The Roots feat. Musiq Soulchild- "Break You Off"

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December 14, 2021 158 min

This week, Oz and D. Randle talk about their love of water, cartoons and just about everything in between. They show love to a pioneering young med student, examine the discourse over Netflix Cowboy Bebop, and Lenny Kravitz's contributions to what is now referred to as "progressive R&B." Also, Drake and Kanye's ridiculous concert and the team's opinions on the series "Harlem." Plus, your listener let...

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