Podcasts are becoming more popular day by day. As more black-hosted podcasts have been hitting the scene, now is the time to catch up on some of these inspirational, insightful and hilarious episodes produced by these incredible hosts. If you haven’t given podcast a try here is a good place to start, check out these 10 podcasts hosted by tons of #BlackGirlMagic. Whether you’re into politics, looking to learn how to save money or simply looking for a good laugh and lifestyle tips, these podcasts are definitely worth listening to!
– News and Politics
Angela Rye is a political activist that brought her political wokeness, and unappologetic realness to a podcast called On 1. On 1 is a podcast based on politics, social issues, pop culture and being black in America. Featuring guest like Maxine Waters, Reverend Al Sharpton and Don Lemon, Rye shares political conversations you do not want to miss.
On 1 is meant to give listeners a dose of what’s real on all fronts and inspire others to use their voices to empower.
– Society and Culture
Rebecca Francois, Sapphira Martin, Alysha Pamphile, Gia Peppers and Deanii Scott are the hosts of black girl podcast. BGP focuses on the lives of 20-something year old career driven black women and pop culture. BGP is the ultimate place for #GirlTalk and is like one gigantic girl group chat. From dating advice to career talk to the latest tea, this 2-hour chat is definitely a weekly catch up with your girls you won’t want to miss.
-Society and Culture
Yes, Girl! podcast is held by the #blackgirlmagic headquarters themselves, Essence Magazine. Hosted by Essence staffers Cori Murray, Yolanda Sangweni and Charli Penn, Yes Girl podcast has all the hottest interviews with celebs and influencers of all sorts. Like Essence Magazine and Essence.com, Yes Girl podcast features inspirational conversations and social topics with all the hottest celebs.
BlackGirl Boss is a show made especially for all the #bossbabes. Hosted by Tatum Harrison and Milan Mobley, BGB discusses the journey of entrepreneurship, empowerment and is a platform for inspiration. Motivating and celebrating black women who are winning at life and business. With new episodes every Monday BGB is the perfect way to start your week.
Hosted by a licensed psychologist, Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, Therapy for Black Girls is a health-based podcast talking about all things mental health, and personal development. Dr. Bradford shares tips and strategies to improve your mental health, discuses the latest news and trends in mental health and answers all of your questions as readers.
– Society and Culture
Keia and Jade are the hosts of Gettin’ Grown podcast, categorized as society and culture, GG is a weekly podcast for kitchen table talk, petty peeves and lessons in black women self care. Subscribe to this podcast as these 30-somethings, Keia and Jade learn how to adult for real.
– Society and Culture
Black Girls Being is a podcast hosted by Amira Rasool, Tyler Okuns and Sophia Williams. Each week they discuss hip-hop, relationship, race in America, young black womanhood and everything in between. These hosts discuss existing as a black girl in all forms, hence the name black girls being.
Myleik Teele is founder and CEO of CurlBox, the first monthly subscription service for naturally curly hair. A teacher at heart, Myleik shares her insights, and things she’s learned along the way in her podcast #MyTaughtYou. Catch your weekly dose of motivation from Myleik to live life on your own term.
– Management and Marketing
Categorized as Management and Marketing, join Nicaila Matthews in her podcast Side Hustle Pro: Women Entrepreneur. As a senior manger of Social Marketing for NPR by day and chief side hustler by night SHP is a podcast all about how to build and grow a side hustle from passion project to a profitable business. Featuring interviews of established entrepreneurs they share their journey and strategies on how to start small and end big.
Brown Ambition is a weekly podcast based on juggling life, career and building wealth on your own terms. Hosted by Mandi Woodruff, executive editor of MagnifyMoney.com and an award winning financial educator and author of “The One-Week Budget,” Tiffany Aliche. Get your weekly dose of finances and learn all about investing, credit scores and the best way to get out of debt.
All podcasts are available on apple podcast, Soundcloud, and Spotify.