Podcasts has been becoming more and more popular over the past two years, and a lot of women of color has been interested in finding ones that they really like and enjoy. Well sistas, I’ve found 4 podcasts by women for women that are hilarious, inspiring, real, and informative in their own way. All 4 of the podcasts are done by young, beautiful, and professional African American women. I believe women of every color will benefit from these podcast and I also believe that young black queens will benefit a little more because it is very relate-able. Here are the 4 top podcasts that you should be listening to.
This content was inspired by Jahlae Finesse | Instagram: Jahfinesse |
1. Black Girl Podcast
Black Girl Podcast consist of 5 black women in the entertainment industry, Gia Peppers, Scottie Beam, Alysha P, Sapphira, and Bex. These beautiful, talented women all met at the Hot 97 radio station in New York and from there they came together to discuss everything from womanhood, heartbreak, entertainment news, social media, relationships and more!
I personally admire these women because I and I’m sure other young black women that wants to pursue a career in the entertainment industry need someone to look up to and be inspired by.
| Instagram: @blackgirlpod |
2. Girlfrans Podcast
Whether you’re working out, driving or you find yourself bored, tune into the girlfrans podcast where Sammy, Nik and E will forsue bring you a lot of laughs! By first recognizing ambitious women of color from all over the world in each episode, these three girlfrans are the definition of keeping it all the way one hunnid. Keep them coming girlfrannnns!
| Instagram: @girlfranspod |
3. Black Girl In Om Podcast
Want to be educated on health, wellness, self care and self love? That’s a rhetorical question because we all need it if we don’t have it already. Lauren Ash and Duen Ivory are great at conversing with special guest from the wellness and beauty industry to inform us on everything there is to offer from topics like patience, the vegan lifestyle, books, yoga and so much more. As women of color, our skin and body is very precious, so why not get some insight on how to incorporate these positive acts in our daily lifestyle.
| Instagram: @blackgirlinom |
4. Hey, Girl Podcast
Heyyyy Alex girl! Alex Elle is a author and her podcast beautifully represents her craft. Woman/sisterhood is deeply stressed in this podcast because the stories of Alex Elle’s guest are very candid and personal. I believe that is the beauty behind Alex’s podcast, having an open, positive and safe space to share and hear stories of women. After all of the stories are said and done, self care is promoted heavily.
| Instagram: @theheygirlpodcast |