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Another Round, Episode 20: Peak Blackness

On this week's episode we talk about our first time getting waxed (eyebrows and Brazilian)! Then we chat with Rembert Browne, senior writer at Grantland, about the black teens who run Vine, writing for the internet, and Meek Mill's highway rest stop.

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Believe it or not, Drake was sobbing moments before this footage was taken.

He perked right up when he was reminded that it's Podcast Tuesday! Now everyone is happy and smiling and enjoying life.

This week, we welcome our avowed nemesis, Grantland writer Rembert Browne who added an "E" to his last name to make it classier.

In addition to his work at Grantland, Rembert also runs a million Tumblrs including Peak Blackness, Root 100, and his personal blog Remblr.

We also pay homage to this amazing video of high school kids doing the Nae Nae.

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Here are eight random things you can expect to hear on this week’s episode:

5. "There should be magnet schools in Atlanta for Vine."

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Heben Nigatu and Tracy Clayton cover everything from race, gender and pop culture to squirrels, mangoes, and bad jokes, all in one boozy podcast.

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