Sugar, Spice and Everything Horrible

Sugar, Spice and Everything Horrible

If you’ve ever wanted long-winded, unsolicited opinions from three black 20-somethings on pop culture and day to day life then I have some news for you. We’re Hope, Olivia and Brie and we run Sugar, Spice and Everything Horrible; where we go in depth weekly about about pop culture all over the world, deep dive into pressing issues concerning millennials and gen-z and talk about our favorite music. We hope you have fun!

Episodes

October 5, 2022 120 min

Introducing our aftershow! This new segment is where all of our cut short niche conversations from the main show go to die. And in this first episode, Olivia and Brie get very real about BTS' musical direction in the past few years, our all time favorite Kpop songs and albums, our favorite (and least favorite) groups and much more.

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In this weeks episode we discuss the recent colorism controversy surrounding Loona's Jinsoul and how we think idols should use their platform, another installment of violent antics from the evil leprechaun- I mean Tory Lanez, our new black Ariel and the racism being thrown her way and Ned Fulmer of The Try Guys trying... INFIDELITY??

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September 18, 2022 145 min

In this episode, we review NCT 127's new album '2 Baddies', Blackpink's new album 'Born Pink', and Jackson Wang's new album 'MagicMan'.. Then we take a look back on the dumpster fire that was Euphoria and argue for an hour.

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August 31, 2022 82 min

In this episode we discuss Harry Styles and his relationship with queer media and aesthetics.. Is it genuine or queer-baiting? We also discuss Nicki Minaj and her several one-sided beefs as well as the bubbling rumors of BTS' Taehyung and Blackpink's Jennie.

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In this episode, we discuss our unfiltered opinions on Blackpink's first comeback in two years; Pink Venom, as-well as deep dive into YG's history of poor group management. We also talk about the careers of Little Mix and Fifth harmony, and the controversy surrounding Viola Davis' new photoshoot with photographer Annie Leibovitz and what it means for the community's views on raw blackness.

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August 16, 2022 64 min

In this episode, Hope and I discuss Ezra Miller wreaking havoc on the nation and how it speaks to white privilege, Jennette Mccurdy's amazing new book, take a look at look at the rocky road of Girls Generation, and reminisce over our favorite year of Kpop.

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August 9, 2022 73 min

In this episode we discuss the controversy surrounding new breakout Kpop group NewJeans and their concept, all things Hobipalooza and our thoughts on the album of the year,, ahem,, I mean Renaissance.

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August 9, 2022 65 min

In our very first episode, we discuss the infamous pink sauce, Doja Cat vs Noah Schnapp and rant about the unprofessional book authors of popular thai series "Kinnporsche"

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