This week, Georgette is joined by Def Jam artist, Maxo, and guest co-host and entrepreneur Joe Ellick from Black PRWire, as they chop it up about their own struggles on the journey, Georgette not feeling like she's dreaming big enough even after winning an Emmy, and being reminded that achieving our end goal is a marathon not a race.
Toine the Don joins me again as my guest co-host this week as we shared our psychic experience and the journey of being content creators. Plus I chopped it up with Dominic Lord, one of Def Jam's Undisputed artists, about his eye for fashion, his break from music, and his overall goal this time around. Press play.
Georgette is joined this week by guest co-host and fellow content creator, Toine the Don, as they chop it up about Facebook's recent ban of Louis Farrakhan and white supremacists, white privilege at its finest, male privilege, and emotional maturity. The podcast is now available on iHeartRadio. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, comments, and feedback. SHOW NOTES Toine the Don- www.toine360.com FB/Twitter... Read more
Black men are a threat in America just as much as successful black men are. I chopped it up with former, informal boss, Orlando Lima, SVP of Brand Strategy and Content at Def Jam, about his 25 year career history, navigating white spaces while wearing the armor of #blackexcellence, and his hobby in barrel picking (it has to do with alcohol). Pass the bourbon please. SHOW NOTES IG- neatrockscocktail
My conversation with one of Def Jam's newest artists was more than I could hope for. Nimic Revenue is defining music and the journey on her own terms. With her latest singles, "Awlorn Gang" and "Therapy", she and I chopped it up about growing up black in Minnesota, uplifting people through her art, and why she doesn't subscribe to people's labels of her. Follow the podcast on twitter/IG at @blacknuancedpod and email me at blacknu... Read more
The girl talk continues, with Georgette and her special guest co-host Queen, as they chat the Black Joy Parade, US (the movie and our kings and queens generally speaking), Hair Love, an animation short by a black creator, being picked up by Sony Animation, and cuffing season being over. Nothing short of interesting. EXCUSE THE AUDIO SNAFU. Follow us on twitter/IG at @blacknuancedpod and contact me at email@example.com. Pl... Read more
Georgette is back with a rotating bevy of co-hosts and guests. Season two kicks off with her first guest, Seanne N. Murray, architect of "inspirational erotica" and author of "The Art of Submission...The Women's Guide to Fulfillment" accompanied by guest co-host, Queen, videographer and co-host of The A-List podcast. The ladies have the most candid conversation about hedonism, why her book title isn't what you think it is, and pus... Read more
In this intervention episode and the end of season one, Georgette brings on clinical therapist, Norman Stovall, to talk through some of Snap's childhood traumas, unhealthy hyper-masculine habits/behaviors that continue to plague our black men, emotional suppression, and more. Norman's contact info is below for anyone seeking help or just wanting to make the first step in improving their mental health. No shame or judgment. Self car... Read more
Back from Valentine's Day, Georgette does a self care check in with Snap while recapping Valentine's day and also getting Snap's mind right for this intervention Georgette's about to have on air with her co-host in an upcoming episode.
On their 'valentine's day' themed episode, Georgette and Snap discuss their views on celebrating [or not celebrating] valentine's day, Georgette deciding to pen 'love letters' to two or three guy friends, and the male equivalent of February 14th called steak and BJ day, except it's supposedly celebrated on March 14th. After this episode, Georgette is sure to have an intervention with Snap.
Black History Month is here. Georgette and Snap discuss Bennett College's financial woes, Snap's perspective on making less than his woman, and if some of his girlfriend's actions on making him look secure and feel secure is her being "dickmatized." SHOW NOTES Bennett College's accreditation update https://www.essence.com/news/bennett-college-accreditation/
Georgette and Rob chop it up about a recent mass fentanyl crisis in California that left one person dead and 12 people hospitalized, if Snap was worried about his children doing drugs, and if dedicating songs were the new form of sending love letters. Sit back and enjoy this ride. SHOW NOTES NFL player smokes synthetic weed and turns himself in https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3399491/Patriots-player-Chandler-Jones-hospit... Read more
Since society can't get enough of toxic masculinity, Georgette and Snap discuss the Gillette ad addressing toxic masculine behaviors, Future's emasculating comments about Russell Wilson, the horrid story about an Atlanta woman who was allegedly raped on Facebook Live in a nightclub. What is this society coming to? SHOW NOTES Make sure to rate us and leave comments on Apple Podcasts and soundcloud. Follow us on IG @georgettestarr ... Read more
Malcolm X excerpt from his speech in 1962. “The most disrespected woman in America, is the black woman. The most un-protected person in America is the black woman. The most neglected person in America, is the black woman.” Georgette and Snap open up the show with the famous X quote as they discuss Jazmine Barnes, the 7 year old that was shot and killed due to alleged mistaken identity in Houston, clemency and justice for Cyntoia B... Read more
Georgette and Snap are back from the holidays and jump right into it from the Oscars host fiasco, the many layers to Lifetime's Surviving R. Kelly docuseries, their mind playing tricks on them, and Snap's anxiety around getting a prostate exam. These episodes are NSFW depending on where you work. SHOW NOTES Set Yourself on Fire (documentary on rape by Darnell L. Walker) http://therapemovie.com
Georgette and Snap are joined again by Saint Asia, Georgette's cuz, to discuss patriarchal society's double standards and how a Mississippi judge shut down an abortion ban posed by MEN, a USC male gynecologist abusing patients(and why Georgette thinks men shouldn't be gynos), and how fair exchanges, no robberies relates to Georgette's dating life or lack thereof. Saint Asia breaks it down smoothly. SHOW NOTES Mississippi judge sh... Read more
Georgette and Snap get into the interesting beauty trends popping up with men and women include women bleaching their vaginas (vaginal lightening), veneers, balding men getting hair weaves and using makeup, along with the double standard of men and women cheating as it relates to Cardi B and Offset's 'marriage' as of late. SHOW NOTES: WOMEN Vaginal lightening/bleaching https://www.vox.com/the-goods/2018/12/6/18127154/vaginal-blea... Read more
Georgette and Snap are joined by their colleague, Traci Cloyd, as they wrap about their highs and lows in their personal and professional lives, teens getting high off of tampon juice in Indonesia (can't make this shit up), and the unrealistic social constructs of getting married, divorced, and women choosing to not have children. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, commentary, feedback. We'd love to hear from you... Read more
Georgette and Snap are joined by Georgette's college friend, Corey Harris, as they chop it up about why Jay Z's win in the arbitration delay could set the legal precedent needed for POC, why we constantly pit ourselves against each other negatively, and Georgette's overthinking ways as it relates to romantic relationships and interests.
Georgette and Snap discuss sex in terms of gender and sexual preference as it relates to gender fluidity and the various gender identifications Facebook added back in 2014 to be more inclusive than just male/female. They're joined by special guests Toine the Don and Saint Asia as we dig into Kehlani's pregnancy, her queerness, Janelle Monae coming out as pansexual, and dick poisoning. SHOW NOTES Kehlani talks queerness with nylon ... Read more