On this week’s episode: the introduction of our new segment Tracy’s Animal Corner and a chat with Crissle, co-host of the popular podcast The Read.
When Goldie Taylor started a meme featuring Tamar Braxton’s “OMG!” face, it took over the internet. With just one look, the singer became a meme Sunday night during her BET Awards performance.
The singer won the award for Best New Artist, but couldn’t make it to the ceremony.
You know you can’t just eat anybody’s potato salad. Wonder how Rachel Dolezal would score on this quiz?
On this week’s episode: A chat about the wild Rachel Dolezal saga, Tracy’s Joke Time, some inspirational words from Kanye West, and an interview with the incredible Tiq Milan.
Come for the props and puns, stay for the chronicle of Shamu getting fired from Sea World.
Civil rights leader Rachel Dolezal says she’s black, but her parents claim she’s actually a white woman. Social media exploded when the story got out Thursday.
Fresh out the box! Stop, look and watch!
On this week’s episode: a quiz about white guys in public radio, a very special Tracy’s Joke Time, an interview with the inimitable Roxane Gay and some Drunken Debates!
Little Johanna took to the stage at a tap recital and brought the entire house down.
On this week’s episode: A chat about Tinder, an announcement about a new dating segment, and an interview with the endlessly talented comedian/rapper/artist extraordinaire Jean Grae.
A trap remix of the Barney theme song? Yes, please!
On this week’s episode: We close out Mental Health Awareness Month with a conversation with the First Lady of NYC, Chirlane McCray! Plus, a Jason Bateman quiz, Tracy’s joke time, and your petty breakup stories.
While everybody else is hopping out the motherf#cking Porsche, maybe these folks should stay seated.
Where does your favorite fall?
On this week’s episode: 90s black sitcoms transformed into musicals, translating tramp stamps, and an interview with Grammy Award winner Brandy Norwood.
Sit back and let these Vines take you away.
Gray sweats. Tank top. Fresh cut. Have mercy.
On this week’s episode: the emotional labor no one ever lists on job requirements, a listener question about unrequited love, and a chat with the coding wunderkind Kaya Thomas.
On this week’s episode: The beginning of a never ending list of ways men gotta do better, the art of the clapback, and the wisdom of the inimitable Rachel Kaadzi Ghansah.