Podcasts are taking the place of talk shows and in some cases television altogether. While it's fulfilling and entertaining to listen to podcasts alone, there's nothing like listening with a group of girlfriends.


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Thanks to the hot topics and life lessons we can all relate to, it's not rare for a group chat to be on 10 as we recap the latest edition of our favorite podcasts. But they can go from 10 to 100 real quick when you listen to these podcasts together. Check out 15 dope podcasts for you and your girlfriends.

Wanna Be

Formerly known as "Melanin Millennials", the main host Imrie lives across the pond in London, but we can still relate to what she has to say as she brings her millennial and melanin viewpoint on a variety of subjects. From the beloved Black Twitter from the Brit's perspective to all the struggles millennials are facing; all topped with a dose of shade. She and her guest co-hosts literally talk about everything like dealing with homelessness to being the only African American in an office. Can you believe they cover all of this in less than 30 minutes? Yeesss.

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