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5 Must Listen To Podcasts For Every Badass Black Girl

5 Must Listen To Podcasts For Every Badass Black Girl


Sometimes we, badass Black girls, need a little pick me up. Whether it's a pep talk that gets us hyped up in pursuit of our dreams, a conversation about our rich Black history, or just a good laugh, there’s a podcast out there for every occasion. What’s best about a podcast is that these convenient talk shows can be accessed right from your phone. We’re bringing you five amazing podcasts that you should listen to for an amazing week of growth.


Therapy For Black Girls

One of the things that is often not talked about is mental health within the Black community. More and more awareness is being raised about the importance of Black mental health. Created by Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, Therapy for Black Girls is a weekly podcast that covers all things mental health, personal development, and being the best version of yourself.


Side Hustle Pro

For the Business-minded Black girls with a coffee in one hand and a vision board in the other, Nicaila Matthews Okome created the Side Hustle Pro podcast. Her goal is to help Black women turn their side-hustles in to full time ventures. A former NPR digital marketer by day, she took the leap and became a full-time entrepreneur who is changing the way Black women approach their passions.


Blessed and Bossed Up

Tatum Ayomike is a business strategist and producer of the highly rated Blessed and Bossed Up, a unique podcast that combines spirituality with business. This podcast teaches women how to trust the process and put God forth in all that they do. Filled with insightful verses and a relatable host, this podcast is a great addition to any morning routine.


2 Dope Queens

You might have heard of this podcast before. Created by best friends (because we support a strong sisterhood) and comedians Phoebe Robinson and Jessica Williams in 2016, the podcast went on to become number one for several days after its initial launch. 2 Dope Queens covers everything under the sun, from race and romance to hair and LGBTQ topics. You’ll feel like part of a group of girlfriends kicking it back and having a good time.


Black Girls heal

This podcast aims at helping Black Women heal from love addiction, unhealthy relationships, and unresolved trauma. Shena Tubbs is a Licensed Professional Counselor with several years of training in Marriage and Family Therapy. She specializes in love addictions and codependency. The Black girls heal podcast discusses important topics revolving around love such as intimacy, and low-self-esteem with the goal to heal.



Podcasts have the power to bring a world of insight at our fingertips. From spirituality to comedy, there’s a podcast for every badass Black girl and we hope our list has helped you discover some hidden gems. Drop down one of your favorite podcasts so we can check it out.


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Minerve Jean is a Haitian-born storyteller who shares her poetry and writings unapologetically. She believes in the power of words and their ability to help and heal. Her debut book For The Secrets That Gave Themselves Away is an anthology of raw poetry where she uses words to paint pictures that will resonate with the human soul. She has also contributed pieces to Hercampus, Orange and Blue Magazine and MLNNYC. In her free time, she likes to snack on Avocado toast and curl up with a good book.