Sometimes music isn’t cutting it and you want something new and fresh to listen to on your way to work. Something that makes you laugh and invokes thought. Something that leaves you thinking. Whether you are looking for information on relationships, business, or politics, there is a podcast out there for you. The problem is how can you decide which podcast is right for you. Now that black women are making a strong footing in the podcast world, you can find so many podcasts that touch on various topics that affect black women’s lives every day. Here are a list of the best podcasts for black women.
The Read has been one of my go-to podcasts for so long. Kid Fury and Crissle discuss black excellence, pop culture, and racism. They also get sent in questions that they answer on their podcast. At the end, they give you a juicy read of their person of interest. It’s funny and keeps your attention.
One thing black women and girls need is therapy. Especially in today’s time. Thankfully, this podcast helps you along your healing journey. Dr Joy Harden Bradford uses pop culture to discuss psychology and mental health in a way that is relatable to black women.
This spiritual brother is a breath of fresh air. Hindz is an artist who has taken somewhat of a spiritual path where he delves into self-reflection and self-care. He is food for the soul and a great reminder that we need to become more present in our short existence.
This podcast covers it all from sex and romance to race and hair. Phoebe Robinson and Jessica Williams are best friends who have really become big in the podcast world with their funny banter that will keep you entertained all the way to work.
Sometimes we just need to sit down and have those difficult conversations about race and this podcast does just that. Leila Day and Hana Baba discuss blackness in various ways that make this podcast relatable and honest.
This podcast covers music, books, television, and movies. Wesley Morris and Jenna Wortham have thought provoking conversations that tie into our day to day lives.
Do you want to feel like you are just chatting it up with some girlfriends? Then this is the podcast for you. These Houston-based podcasters (Natoya Ebony and Adrianna Cool) discuss relationships, partying, and a whole lot of bad decisions.