Currently, there are more than 700,000 active podcasts and more than 29 million podcast episodes. To help you sift through the numerous options, we’ve listed some Black podcasts that we feel you should get into. Let us know which others you like!
Revision Path is a podcast showcasing the world’s Black designers, developers and digital creatives. Revision path is the first podcast to be added to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture permanent collection. Hosted by Maurice Cherry.
Earn Your Leisure offers behind the scenes financial views into the entertainment and sports industries as well as highlighting back stories of entrepreneurs. Hosted by Rashad Bilal and Troy Millings.
Jesus and Jollof is a podcast featuring Luvvie Ajayi and Yvonne Orji, two proudly Nigerian women talking about the things they love, their stories, and life in general.
A Little Juju offers black womanist and witchy insight to pop culture, healing, and processing what it means to be a black girl sorceress in the digital world.
Therapy for Black Girls is a weekly chat about all things mental health, personal development, and all the small decisions we can make to become the best possible versions of ourselves. Hosted by licensed Psychologist, Dr. Joy Harden Bradford.
Million Dollaz Worth Of Game is a weekly podcast featuring rapper/actor @GillieDaKing and social media influencer and disruptor @Wallo267 – They discuss music, real life issues and offer honest advice and comedy.
His And Her Money is hosted by husband and wife team, Talaat and Tai McNeely. Their goal is to equip you to find the balance between managing money, marriage and everything in between.
Side Hustle Pro spotlights bold, Black women entrepreneurs who have scaled from side hustle to profitable business. Hosted by Nicaila Matthews-Okome.
Game of Grow offers a raw discussion of the entire process and what it takes to succeed — wins, losses, lessons, and actionable strategies you can put to use right away. Hosted by Muoyo Okome.
Living Corporate is a platform dedicated to exploring and celebrating underrepresented identities in Corporate America. The podcast guests are executives, inclusion and diversity leaders, social impact entrepreneurs, educators, and public servants.
Food Heaven Made Easy – Registered Dietitians and BFFs, Wendy and Jess talk all things food, health, and nutrition as they work towards making this world a healthier place, one meal at a time.