In this episode, Luvvie and Academy Award Winner Ruth E. Carter have a heart to heart about what it really takes to be the best in your field. Ruth shares stories about her grind, her grit and the glow up. Her work–ethic and ability to be a good listener are just a few of the foundations of the career she built over the years that bought her home an Oscar for Costume Design in 2018 for the blockbuster, Black Panther.
In this special episode, Luvvie has a candid conversation with Thasunda Brown Duckett, CEO of Chase Consumer Banking. They talk about showing up as your full self, even in corporate settings, rising through the ranks and her clarity about her purpose. Thasunda is passionate about ensuring that Black women are able to build wealth, and that is why she champions Currency Conversations.
In this episode, Luvvie is feeling good about all the love in her new social network called LuvvNation! She rants about doing our due diligence in business, and she spotlights Divine Flavor Catering, her favorite Nigerian food restaurant. She then chats with Marsai Martin, the youngest Executive Producer in Hollywood history.
In this episode, Luvvie is feeling good about all the love she got from an international contingent during her Dublin trip to Keynote “Creating Authentic Brand Stories” at the ICF Headquarters (International Coach Federation) as well as how being on that stage validated her work. She rants about archaic, annoying voicemail and how getting rid of it was one of the top things she’s done for self-care in 2019. And she spotlights Tif... Read more
In this special episode, Luvvie chats with Yvette Noel-Schure, legendary publicist to the stars (including Beyoncé, Prince, Maxwell, Mariah Carey). Yvette tells us why she chooses happiness and how she’s established an award-winning career built on respect, hard-work and love. She reveals a heart-opening story that she’s never shared before publicly about her hardest moment as a publicist. You won’t want to miss this episode, which... Read more
In this episode, Luvvie is feeling good about Essence’s Black Women in Hollywood luncheon. She rants about the rampant homophobia shown in the utter glory of Billy Porter’s Oscar #alphet, and shows love to Nigerian rapper extraordinaire Tobe Nwigwe. She also chats with Jubril Agoro, Digital Marketing pioneer and founder of Passport Heavy, the digital go-to destination for travel aficionados who want to see the world through the eye... Read more
In this BONUS episode, Luvvie talks about social media etiquette! Being the cantankerous Auntie she is, she rants about people sending messy DMs and emails, and shares tips on how to get it all the way together in 2019. Your social media presence matters, so do it right!
In this episode, Luvvie is feeling good about the student who turned her into his Black History Month project. She rants about folks really not respecting basic hygiene rules that keep us all safe and healthy. And she spotlights being a contributor along with other stars in the super #NoirPixieDust galaxy like Lena Waithe, Kid Fury and Brittney Cooper in the super-dope book called “Queen Bey: A Celebration of the Power and Creativi... Read more
In this BONUS episode, Luvvie talks about the importance of buying Black, divesting from brands that don’t support the community and investing in Black-owned businesses. As a lover of things good and Noir, Luvvie shares ways to be a better, more intentional member of the economy!
In this episode, Luvvie is feeling good about all of the love she got from the LuvvNation for her interview with uber-publicist Yvette Noel Schure, rants about men taking up too much space and shows love to Black makers, designers and doers. She chats with Karleen Roy, CEO/Founder of The Vanity Group, the magical event manifestor to the stars. Karleen drops gems about the value of integrity, going hard in the paint and giving yours... Read more
In this episode, Luvvie is feeling good about her trip to Ghana and Nigeria (also known as the #WAV trip!), rants about the government shutdown, and shows love to Marie Kondo’s Netflix show, Tidying Up. She also chats with The Grio’s Deputy Editor, Natasha S. Alford, about how she went from being a hedge-funder to a teacher to an award-winning journalist.
In this episode, Luvvie is feeling good about her Paris trip (and engagement!), rants about people who send nonsensical emails and DMs, and shows love to The Crayon Case. She also chats with Carol’s Daughter Founder and President Lisa Price about little known facts about her, like going to college at 16 and working on The Cosby Show. She also goes through her journey creating the pioneering brand in natural hair care.
In this special episode, Luvvie brings you an in-depth interview with Sundial Brands Co-Founder and CEO Rich Dennis. In the interview, Rich shares how he went from selling soaps on 125th street in Harlem to building a business that is now a global conglomerate. He chats about why economic freedom is so critical for the Black community and breaks down the costs of (not) buying Black. He talks about buying ESSENCE Magazine and explai... Read more
In this episode, Luvvie is feeling good about minority progressives winning in the midterm elections, rants about people who vote in the interest of their oppressors, and shows love to Higher Heights for America. She also chats with fashion blogger, author, and public speaker Claire Sulmers of Fashion Bomb Daily.
In this episode, Luvvie is feeling good about the LuvvFest her friends threw her just because, rants about people who do not vote, and shows love to Mess in a Bottle. She also chats with sports journalist, commentator, and producer Jemele Hill.
In this episode, Luvvie is feeling good about the little black girl magic going to the pool and being mistaken for a 22 year old, rants about the Presidential Alert, and shows love to the book “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Politics”. There’s also a special guest segment where Luvvie chats with none other than Kale. She also talks with artist and author Dami Lee of As Per Usual and Be Everything at Once.
In this episode, Luvvie is feeling good about the new movie “Bad Times at the El Royale” and the upcoming Together Live tour, rants about the craziness of the Brett Kavanaugh hearings and why we need to BELIEVE WOMEN, and shows love to the wonders of Vitamin C serums. She also talks with actress and producer Ashley Blaine Featherson of Dear White People.
In this episode, Luvvie is feeling good about purging her home of old stuff, rants about the hateration against Queen Serena Williams, gives love to Black Girls Rock!, and chats with author, activist, and auteur Darnell Moore about his radical love for Black people and new book, No Ashes in the Fire!
In this episode, Luvvie is feeling good about Andrew Gillum’s historic win in Florida, rants about overrated foods, gives love to the Dream Village, and chats with celebrity hairstylist and natural hair expert Felicia Leatherwood about her mission to help us love our hair and ourselves!
In this episode, Luvvie is feeling good about her new reel and your heartfelt reactions to her work, rants on why Reply All is the devil, gives love to the DF Nigerian Food Truck in New York, and chats with actor, comedian, and social media influencer KevOnStage about making digital comedy and why being himself is his key to success.