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Everyday Black Men
56 minutes | Oct 15, 2021
Women Are Thicker Than Thieves
In this podcast episode, we are joined by our returning special guest is The Ryder. Riker tells the story of how we got the interstate system so many take for granted, and R. Reed alludes to why we don’t do great things anymore. The Ryder wants schools to stop selling basketweaving degrees while Riker says Boomers are to blame for our issues. We weigh in on this Brittany Renner thing while Reed makes it clear that athletes never have to grow up for a variety of reasons. Riker asks if you are teachable versus trainable and all of the men have a different outlook and shout out to that boy Redd Herring. We end the podcast with Armstead dropping a gem on dating single mothers, Riker saying women will lie to your face if you aren’t famous, and much more before we draw to a close.
50 minutes | Sep 10, 2021
Miami Is International Waters
In this podcast episode, our special guests are Tee and Tery who bring a different perspective to the podcast. We discuss the DaBaby controversy with Tee/Tery and how Boosie can get away with a similar kind of talk. R. Reed asks what about Lil Nas X, which prompts DJ ALL MIGHT to ask besides gay what is this man? Tery asks parents to be parents and influence their child instead of decrying the media for failing as parents. DJ ALL MIGHT utters the titular phrase and Tee/Tery keep it real about how they feel about a certain agenda. We end the podcast with a Tery saying there isn’t a wrong way to be gay or straight, R. Reed suggesting that Alfonso had to know he wasn’t going to be Will Smith, and much more before we draw to a close.
28 minutes | Aug 30, 2021
We Are Meant To Be Allies
In this episode of the podcast our special guest is Ekene of Iconic Womanhood. While originally slated to be a Patreon exclusive this episode is slated to hit your ears and make you feel something. We discuss how Iconic Womanhood started, why people are so unhappy when they seem to have it all and why people remain in the bud instead of blossoming. DJ ALL MIGHT makes an impressive food analogy and R. Reed asks the questions about the nature of women. We end the podcast with a push for more purpose in dating, Reed questioning if Western society is the problem and much more before we draw to a close.Show Notes:1.https://www.instagram.com/iconicwomanhood_coach/2.https://www.iconicwomanhood.com/
66 minutes | Aug 6, 2021
What is too famous?
In this episode of the podcast our returning special guest is The Ryder. Riker gives the intro (sorry DJ ALL MIGHT) and we throw in a few gags before we get into Critical Race Theory and why racists hate it. Reed asks Columbia why they did it and DJ ALL MIGHT goes in on Drake and his lack of identity before we all agree we still looking for that new album. Armstead asks the titular question and our answers may surprise you. DJ Akademiks controversial words gets brought up while Reed makes a bold statement on your favorite rapper. We discuss transwomen being used on black men as comedy and how that worsen relationships between both groups. DJ ALL MIGHT gives a great breakdown on how not to help your divorced friend and The Ryder goes on his soapbox on modern day women. We end the podcast with the candy store analogy for sex, Reed saying he and Rike discuss more than women in their personal lives and much more before we draw to a close.
66 minutes | Jul 14, 2021
Cheating vs Infidelity
This episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast is dedicated to our listener Antonio and his wife Samantha. Fans are the best part of podcasting and we appreciate you for taking time to enjoy us. This week our special guest is Jaymal and DJ ALL Might gives the intro while we walk into his slanderous Michael Jackson versus Prince debate. Jaymal tells us a little about his work and outlines what how you can be the next big star in catchy children’s songs. Reed asks the group when we each first felt like and adult and Armstead is open and honest about not feeling like one. Reed makes a profound comment on relationship dynamics and we will leave it to you to determine who’s right and wrong. We pray for Will Smith but acknowledge that people will always sell out when it’s convenient. We skip discussing the latest music this week but have an interesting conversation which J. Cole songs you can play at the cookout. We end the podcast with a a discussion on Grandmas, DJ ALL MIGHT saying children produced by cheating are part of the family and much more before we draw to a close.
80 minutes | Jun 30, 2021
They Gentrified Atlanta Rap
In this episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast Armstead couldn’t be here, but R. Reed gives Riker and DJ ALL MIGHT his best impersonation of Armstead. We begin this episode by asking if civilization is just a series of treaties we all agree to or if there is more to it. We watched the first half of E3 2021 but found it more fun comparing how animated series were back in our day. We ponder why the Crypt Keeper shot her shot at Gary Owens, but Reed interjects both when is the last time she has been professional and how Polo G thought fighting a cop was going to end. We move to discuss the latest Migos release in which DJ ALL MIGHT says the titular phrase, and Reed asks if R&B is even good anymore. We end the podcast with a discussion on if it’s tricking if you got it, being a smart man and not a playa man and much more before we draw to a close.
57 minutes | Jun 15, 2021
A Heroine Amongst Hoes
This episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast we are joined by Yoga At A Glance who is co-host of the Is That Your Sis Podcast. We start this episode off with Reed and DJ ALL MIGHT giving the introduction with Armstead introducing our guest. Yoga At A Glance gives us a little intro into herself and DJ ALL MIGHT asks how she feels about Mother Daughter twerking. Yoga At A Glance discusses Yoga and how there are 5 senses to sensuality. Reed said social media allows women to monkey branch and Riker says we all understand there is a problem in modern relationships. We move to entertainment where Armstead admits to falling asleep in the latest Conjuring movie. We end the podcast with Reed and DJ ALL MIGHT giving us NBA Finals hopes, we finally get around to discussing Summer Walker and much more before we draw to a close.Show Notes:1.https://www.instagram.com/isthatyoursis/2.https://campsite.bio/isthatyoursis
55 minutes | Jun 2, 2021
I don’t feel comfortable calling the cops
This episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast we are joined by The Libertarian formerly known as Black (LFKAB). We start this episode off with LFKAB saying that qualified immunity has to go while DJ ALL MIGHT dreams of a black version of Man in the High Castle. Riker and Reed go back and forth on the case of Ma’Khia Bryan before DJ ALL MIGHT utters the titular phrase. We move to entertainment and Armstead makes an impassioned case for why he likes the older Mortal Kombat stunts while LFKAB tries to question what movie he was watching. We end the podcast Riker making a case for how we can get black-owned hair stores in our community, LFKAB gets schooled on how we don’t just give people money for making the right choice and much more before we draw to a close.
47 minutes | May 20, 2021
She Gotta Go
This episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast picks up where we left off with a discussion on Twerk Shaming. DJ ALL MIGHT recounts a conversation he had with an old coworker who started an Only Fans account while Riker says you can’t be exclusive with such an overt type of model. Reed says he wants to make a jump to revolt and $20 is $20 when recounting how someone on the podcast wanted to sell out their friend for fame. After a rough transition into music by Riker the music stops because the relationships section goes in. Reed and Riker trade thoughts on love and DJ ALL MIGHT accuses Reed of being Rumpelstiltskin. We end the podcast by addressing a point on disrespect which inspired the titular name of the episode, Reed has a hot take on Twitter and much more before we draw to a close.
66 minutes | May 14, 2021
Default Black Man In Every Movie
This episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast Armstead leads the charge by describing the movie Concrete Cowboy in a way only he can. After DJ ALL MIGHT laments how Kong woulda won the first fight if he only had the black super juice Reed describes where the Amazon show Invincible could be going and we did leave in a spoiler warning. Jumping back from entertainment Riker describes the hypocrisy of Romain “Chip” Fitzgerald dying in prison while the coward who shot Reagan was caught shopping in Walmart. DJ ALL MIGHT wants to tell us about Kid Cudi’s racial origin and we relate black stars to their white counter parts. Before we end the podcast we address a point by a viewer on how to offset inflation, question if rap has the most morbid fans and much more before we draw to a close.
70 minutes | May 2, 2021
A Series of Unfortunate Nigga Decisions (Live Podcast)
This episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast we are joined again by special guests Dee and Lady Godiva version 2 for the second part of our live 2021 podcast. Reed tries to help move us along while DJ ALL MIGHT says Kevin Samuels gets blamed for stuff Cardi B gets to pop off with. Reed wants the listeners to wear the shirt with they homey face on it before he dies while Riker is asking the real questions on how we normalized eating something like groceries before another activity. While everyone states not to be like Alabama when it comes to cousin relations Dee asks why sexually frustrated white men don’t kill themselves to not sin instead of attacking massage parlors. We end the podcast with DJ ALL MIGHT making a startling claim against Judge Joe Brown, Armstead leading us into a discussion on wrestling and much more before we draw to a close.
60 minutes | Apr 24, 2021
Niggaciding (Live Podcast)
In this episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast we are joined by special guests Dee and Lady Godiva version 2. Riker didn’t give anyone a heads up on the topic list; drinks are flowing along with the honesty for this live and in-person podcast. DJ ALL MIGHT states we need to be mindful of all hate crimes before Riker reveals that the security guards who witnessed the hateful attack in NY were suspended and the fellas aren’t feeling that. Somehow Cher gets mentioned, and our favorite song by her might surprise you. Reed says don’t let AOC fool you while DJ ALL MIGHT replies that GA is the nation’s capital for a surprising moral failure. We end the podcast after a discussion on people rewriting how they handled 2020, Dee and Lady Godiva realizing they aren’t average black women and much more before we draw to a close.
73 minutes | Apr 16, 2021
Meg Thee Wrestler
This episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast picks up where we left off with a love letter to the Snyderverse which leads to a discussion on Hollywood Nepotism. Riker says we can’t cape for Goldie Han and Armstead couldn’t be here but Reed and DJ ALL MIGHT go back n’ forth on which Wayans generation they want to keep. DJ ALL MIGHT brings us the titular phrase and Riker isn’t having it despite what Reed thinks of Meg’s fashion sense. Reed says DJ thought too hard on how he would spend time with Lizzo and Riker pulls us back to how Drake destroyed the rap formula. We end the podcast with a “resignation”, Reed going in on LeBron’s fake injury and much more before we draw to an abrupt close by DJ ALL MIGHT.
56 minutes | Apr 6, 2021
Cornel West Fell for the Dokie Doke
This episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast starts with a spirted discussion on people and the current campaign on hate. Riker says people can get up for whatever they believe in and DJ ALL MIGHT says social media is a modern disaster. Armstead couldn’t be here but Reed and DJ ALL MIGHT go back to back on music and Craig decided he didn’t want to show up for work. Riker and DJ ALL MIGHT try to tell Reed that them other folks out number black folk but he don’t want to hear it. In the titular phrase we discuss how Cornell West let himself down which naturally leads to the other West (Kanye.) We end the podcast with a discussion on what happened to Spokenreasons, Riker makes a bold statement on the Kardashians and much more before we draw to a close.
73 minutes | Mar 28, 2021
This episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast starts with DJ ALL MIGHT giving a story on a prominent episode of racism in his life. We recall how a real life meetup went and everyone wants to know where Reed got his hat. Armstead and DJ ALL MIGHT discuss things they won’t act like aren’t guilty pleasures and then we go in on the coward Joseph Bossard who killed 2 teenagers over an argument at a gas station. DJ ALL MIGHT reminds Reed that the All Star game last year wasn’t so bad and Reed counters that the Celtics are overrated. Armstead creates the titular word of this podcast and the discussion naturally moves to Kamala Harris. We end the podcast with a discussion on how we won’t be at the revolution, Reed says we need to change the black language of money and much more before we draw to a close.
51 minutes | Mar 18, 2021
Profound Double Standards
This episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast we are joined by our special guest Cyrus McQueen. Starting off on 100% the groups goes in on our views of the breaking news of TI’s allegations. Reed gives TI the benefit of the doubt and Riker highlights how his African friends pointed out that TI never denied the sex part. DJ ALL MIGHT reminds the ground how our old nemesis Joe Budden helped Clubhouse and then how Riker almost made him lose his mind over the Sugar Baby demands there. Reed gives a short intro on the manosphere and Arms explains how Kevin Samuel’s viral video made him feel. Cyrus points out the profoundly double standards thus giving the titular name of the episode. DJ ALL MIGHT begins with his hate of Atlanta and Reed reminds him the everything in the culture has a place. We end the podcast with a discussion on facial ratings, Reed says what women want in the bedroom and much more before we draw to a close.Show Notes:1.https://twitter.com/CyrusMMcQueen2.https://www.cyrusmcqueen.com/3.https://www.instagram.com/cyrusmqueen/
68 minutes | Mar 8, 2021
This episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast we are joined by our special guests Jordan and Cyrus McQueen. We start off giving Biden the benefit of the doubt while we warm up to the main event. Cyrus graciously tells us a little bit about himself and asks the cast how we feel growing up in Atlanta now that everyone wants to move here. DJ ALL MIGHT asks Cyrus if he was one of the people who made him have to get better at quick retorts and Riker goes in on the great Atlanta White Flight. Jordan gives a hot take on racism and Cyrus discusses how racism shaped America. Reed comes for Obama but Cyrus profoundly disagrees with his assertion. We end the podcast with Armstead asking to know more about investing, Reed having to answer exactly what he wanted from Obama and much more before we draw to a close.Show Notes:1.https://twitter.com/CyrusMMcQueen2.https://www.cyrusmcqueen.com/3.https://www.instagram.com/cyrusmqueen/
72 minutes | Feb 21, 2021
Music in the Key of Down Bad in Bali with Dende
This episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast we are joined by our special guest Brandon Deshaun. Brandon picks up where we wish he could have joined us last podcast including his own vegan journey. After Brandon graciously answers some of our questions on how he views diets including Slutty Vegan we discuss what kind of music he makes. DJ ALL MIGHT says never to underestimate what depressive music can do for you and the cast begins with our rundown tale of a young lesbian down bad in Bali. Riker brings up a Hank Aaron fact and DJ ALL MIGHT can’t remember many people born after 85’ who watch baseball. Reed doesn’t have his playlist ready but he does have his disagreements for DJ ALL MIGHT on Hip Hop versus Rap. We end the podcast with Armstead not believing in the power of Chris Brown’s mama’s plastic surgeon, Reed being a good father and much more before we draw to a close.Show Notes:1.https://tidal.com/browse/track/1533022942.https://www.instagram.com/brandondeshaunthesinger/
66 minutes | Feb 15, 2021
Dr Makeba and The Power of the Mind
This episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast we are joined by our special guest Dr. Makeba from THE DR MAKEBA SHOW podcast. In our interview Dr Makeba tells us where she is from and how she became so inquisitive about the human body. After she provides us with a great history lesson on Atlanta during the time she grew up we discuss how the health problems she sees in Americans differ from those other parts of the world. DJ ALL MIGHT reveals that he tried veganism and Dr Makeba discusses how he can be more successful if he tries again. Reed asks Dr Makeba how she feels about the Slutty Vegan craze and her answer is both respectful and honest. We end the podcast with three health tips for a healthy lifestyle, why predators can eat red meat but yo black ass shouldn’t, the Age of the Aquarius and much more before we draw to a close.Show Notes:1.https://open.spotify.com/show/3ncNKCQU5Ccb8rgaJvzbey2.https://www.instagram.com/drmakebamoring/3.https://geni.us/TazDevil
78 minutes | Feb 5, 2021
Brown Beard and Everythang
This episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast we continue with where we left off with our special guests Tatyanna and AK from the Taboo Truth podcast. In the music segment we discuss how Cardi B made Nicki Manoj look like a liar in real time, AK comes with a hot take and Riker with a rebuttal. DJ and Armstead discuss going back to school as an elderclassman while Tatyanna reminds us of the other side of having no direction as freshman. Reed takes us from the negative opinion of Music to be Murdered by B-sides to Kanye West and DJ says we activated his trap card mid discussion. Everyone has a price for simp culture and AK discusses what ended his marriage. We end with a Reed discussing his price for a sperm donation, Armstead gives the titular line that named the episode, Tatyanna answering a question with a question and much more before we draw to a close.
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