Ep. 17: “Black Men Don’t Like Black Women,” Darren Wilson Testimony, White Allyship, Drake, Jordans

DrakeIn this week’s episode, the crew opens up with a discussion on the “Black Men Don’t Like Black Women” blog post from HuffPo. @RealGoesRight follows up with details from Darren Wilson’s leaked testimony in the Mike Brown shooting. @OleNerdyBastard continues on the Ferguson beat with a conversation about how Whites can be allies in the struggle. On a lighter note, @fivefifths discusses Drake’s stint with Kentucky and @BrazenlyVirile leads a Barbershop Talk discussion on our favorite pairs of Jordans of all time.

 

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2 responses to “Ep. 17: “Black Men Don’t Like Black Women,” Darren Wilson Testimony, White Allyship, Drake, Jordans

  1. im just sayin

    I agree with Maroon 5’s Songs About Jane and Radiohead’s In Rainbows. Heck, I would wager that most of Radiohead’s albums are complete works that are higher than a lot of other alternative rock albums out there. Ok Computer for one is better than a lot of other albums from start to finish with real hits. As for hip hop/R&B albums, I would totally mention Nas’s Illmatic as a complete album although I don’t think it got commercial hits just critical acclaim. I would also put down 50 Cent’s Get Rich or Die Trying. I think people tend to not give 50 enough props now in days, but when that album came out, it was essential. He had street tracks, commercial hits, great beats, etc.

  2. i’m glad someone agrees with me about songs about jane. i’m trying to expand these guys musical reach but they don’t hear me!!!

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