Join NYT Best-Selling Author and Side-Eye Sorceress Luvvie Ajayi of AwesomelyLuvvie.com as she rants on all things society and pop culture. Her unique brand of loving judgement, hilarious shade and necessary truth-telling will keep you wanting more. Plus, her all-star guests stay dropping gems! Use #RantsandRandomness to discuss on the interwebs.
In this episode, Luvvie is feeling good about her Paris trip (and engagement!), rants about people who send nonsensical emails and DMs, and shows love to The Crayon Case. She also chats with Carol’s Daughter Founder and President Lisa Price about little known facts about her, like going to college at 16 and working on The Cosby Show. She also goes through her journey creating the pioneering brand in natural hair care.
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In this special episode, Luvvie brings you an in-depth interview with Sundial Brands Co-Founder and CEO Rich Dennis. In the interview, Rich shares how he went from selling soaps on 125th street in Harlem to building a business that is now a global conglomerate. He chats about why economic freedom is so critical for the Black community and breaks down the costs of (not) buying Black. He talks about buying ESSENCE Magazine and explains how he had the conviction to insist that Unilever invest $100 million in Black women entrepreneurs as part of this partnership with the megabrand. Last but certainly not least, Rich addresses the controversy surrounding that SheaMoisture ad and whether the formula has changed. Yea, we went there! Do yourself a favor and get into this episode ASAP!
In this episode, Luvvie is feeling good about minority progressives winning in the midterm elections, rants about people who vote in the interest of their oppressors, and shows love to Higher Heights for America. She also chats with fashion blogger, author, and public speaker Claire Sulmers of Fashion Bomb Daily.
In this episode, Luvvie is feeling good about the LuvvFest her friends threw her just because, rants about people who do not vote, and shows love to Mess in a Bottle. She also chats with sports journalist, commentator, and producer Jemele Hill.
In this episode, Luvvie is feeling good about the little black girl magic going to the pool and being mistaken for a 22 year old, rants about the Presidential Alert, and shows love to the book “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Politics”. There’s also a special guest segment where Luvvie chats with none other than Kale. She also talks with artist and author Dami Lee of As Per Usual and Be Everything at Once.
In this episode, Luvvie is feeling good about the new movie “Bad Times at the El Royale” and the upcoming Together Live tour, rants about the craziness of the Brett Kavanaugh hearings and why we need to BELIEVE WOMEN, and shows love to the wonders of Vitamin C serums. She also talks with actress and producer Ashley Blaine Featherson of Dear White People.
In this episode, Luvvie is feeling good about purging her home of old stuff, rants about the hateration against Queen Serena Williams, gives love to Black Girls Rock!, and chats with author, activist, and auteur Darnell Moore about his radical love for Black people and new book, No Ashes in the Fire!
In this episode, Luvvie is feeling good about Andrew Gillum’s historic win in Florida, rants about overrated foods, gives love to the Dream Village, and chats with celebrity hairstylist and natural hair expert Felicia Leatherwood about her mission to help us love our hair and ourselves!
In this episode, Luvvie is feeling good about her new reel and your heartfelt reactions to her work, rants on why Reply All is the devil, gives love to the DF Nigerian Food Truck in New York, and chats with actor, comedian, and social media influencer KevOnStage about making digital comedy and why being himself is his key to success.
In this episode, Luvvie is feeling good about her well-deserved vacation, rants on not feeling guilty about outsourcing her life, gives love to Beyonce and the On the Run II Tour, and chats with champion fencer, author, and fashion designer Ibtihaj Muhammad about becoming the first Muslim woman to win an Olympic medal for the United States and having both a Barbie and Nike line created in her honor.
SURPRISE! You know we couldn’t stay away from y’all too long so we dropped a bonus episode! In this special episode, Luvvie answers YOUR questions on winning at work whether you’re in a 9-to-5, working on side hustles, or launching a business of your own. She shares why pricing correctly for your work is so important, the joys and pains of going independent, how to survive a job you hate, and more!