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Join Shaun and Ny - whose friendship spans for over two decades - for their weekly podcast covering everything from old school hip-hop, pop culture, dating, sex, entertainment and various social issues - from a mostly "woke" (but sometimes ratchet) perspective:-)

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F.T.B.

2019-06-1400:46:12

On Episode 56 of “That’s What I’m Saying!” the podcast, The Ratchet Minute congratulates Yung Miami, Cassie and Wendy Williams on their new editions. [06:03] On the Woke Minute, the ladies discuss Ava Duverney’s important film, “When They See Us” the true story of the 5 black boys, Raymond Santana, Kevin Richardson, Antron Mcray, Yusef Salam and Korey Wise, who were falsely arrested and convicted of raping a 28 year old white woman in Central Park.[26:50] On the Weekend D**k Report, the ladies give advice to a male listener who believes his girlfriend may be cheating on him.[36:44] On the “I Reminisce, I Reminisce” Minute, Ny brings us back to 1993 to Wu Tang Clan’s “The Mystery of Chessboxing”.[40:28] The episode ends with the ladies showing their support for UnSun.
Big Daddy Diddy

Big Daddy Diddy

2019-06-0500:47:51

On Episode 55 of “That’s What I’m Saying!” the podcast, the ladies recap after their Instagram Live One Year Anniversary Show, Shaun’s Birthday vacay and Memorial Day weekend in New York City. The Ratchet Minute begins with the ladies speculating as to whether Rob or Tyga was the better lover according to Blac Chyna, and talk about what life would be like with Big Daddy Diddy, aka, “Sugar Diddy”.[10:59] On the Woke Minute, the ladies discuss the newly discovered and very shocking FBI files on Martin Luther King, Jr. and revisit the idea of separating the man from his work before giving their opinions on the new Crips, LLC, and their move to trademark Nipsey Hussle's Marathon slogan.[25:15] On the Weekend D**k Report, the ladies give advice to a listener who found hairs in her man’s bathroom.[36:09] On the “I Reminisce, I Reminisce” Minute, Shaun brings us back to 1999 to Mobb Deep’s “Quiet Storm - remix” featuring Lil’ Kim, off the Murda Muzik album.[40:47] The episode ends with the ladies showing their support for Soco restaurant in Brooklyn, New York.LISTEN: iTunes, GooglePlay, SoundCloud, iHeartRadio, Spreaker, Stitcher, Spotify, YouTube, Castbox and wherever else you get your podcasts.
The celebration continues with That's What I'm Saying! the podcast 1 Year Anniversary as the ladies host a special Instagram Live to answer questions from listeners and get in-depth with details of their personal lives over a bottle of their favorite whisky.
In celebration of TWIS 1 Year Anniversary, Shaun and Ny meet in Miami for a special Instagram Live podcast episode. The ladies answer questions from listeners and get in-depth with details of their personal lives over a bottle of their favorite whisky.Watch on Youtube: https://youtu.be/_fe3uMRO4K4
I Love You 3000

I Love You 3000

2019-05-0200:45:30

On Episode 52 of “That’s What I’m Saying!” the podcast, The Ratchet Minute begins with Shaun and Ny discussing their take on Avengers: Endgame before talking about the wrath Uber faced when it responded to a customer complaint by calling them the n-word.[15:02] On the Woke Minute, the ladies discuss the Houston, TX principle who implemented a dress code for parents and the meaning behind Jay-Z’s freestyle on gentrification.[31:45] On the Weekend D**k Report, the ladies answer a question for a young listener planning to lose her virginity.[39:24] On the “I Reminisce, I Reminisce” Minute, Ny brings us back to 2003 to Jay-Z’s “Allure” off the Black album.[42:28] The episode ends with the ladies showing their support for Lena Lashes.LISTEN: iTunes, GooglePlay, SoundCloud, iHeartRadio, Spreaker, Stitcher, Spotify, YouTube, Castbox and wherever else you get your podcasts.
Mask On Condoms Off

Mask On Condoms Off

2019-04-2400:51:42

On Episode 51 of “That’s What I’m Saying!” the podcast, The Ratchet Minute says congratulations (and shade) to Future Hendrixx on the birth of his 10th child by his 8th baby mama, and the latest drama between Wendy Williams and her estranged husband, Kevin, before talking about the difference between girlfriends and “licky friends”.[19:15] On the Woke Minute, the ladies discuss the lasting effects of the decades old sexual assault case on Dee Barnes by Dr. Dre and the new colonizers attempting to take over the campus at Howard University.[34:22] On the Weekend D**k Report, the ladies give advice to a listener trying to decode the actions of his “Netflix and Chill” date.[46:40] On the “I Reminisce, I Reminisce” Minute, Shaun brings us back to 1997 to N.O.R.E. and Nature’s “I’m Leaving” off the Firm album.[49:13] The episode ends with the ladies showing their support for Big Apple Urgent Care, a black woman owned medical center in Brooklyn.
Winter Is Here

Winter Is Here

2019-04-1701:04:54

On Episode 50 of “That’s What I’m Saying!” the podcast, The Ratchet Minute starts off with a full review of “Dem Thrones” before reporting on the latest sexual revelations from Wendy Williams and her soon-to-be ex-husband.[18:59] On the Woke Minute, the ladies discuss the significance of being in the Aquarian Age and Christopher Darden representing Nipsey Hussle’s murderer.[49:23] On the Weekend D**k Report, the ladies provide a discouraged listener with dating advice.[1:00:00] During the “I Reminisce, I Reminisce” Minute, Ny brings us back to 1994 to Heavy D’s “Black Coffee.”[1:02:00] The episode ends with the ladies showing their support for the Power of B12, a black woman owned health and wellness center.LISTEN: iTunes, GooglePlay, SoundCloud, iHeartRadio, Spreaker, Stitcher, Spotify, YouTube, Castbox and wherever else you get your podcasts.
On Episode 49 of “That’s What I’m Saying!” the podcast, The Ratchet Minute starts off with Wendy Williams and her Wal-Mart run and Kodak Black and his recent comments.[17:54] On the Woke Minute, the ladies discuss the revelation surrounding the reverend Al Sharpton admitting to being an FBI informant and the “new colonialism” happening now that China is heavily investing in Africa as well as some tips on how we can invest.[31:02] On the Weekend D**k Report, the ladies provide a listener with tips on how to get her man to be more adventurous in the bedroom.[44:47] During the “I Reminisce, I Reminisce” Minute, Ny brings us back to 1988 to 3XDope’s “Funky Dividends.”[47:16] The episode ends with the ladies showing their support for Wadada Healthy Market & Juice Bar, a black-owned vegan health food store in Atlanta.LISTEN: iTunes, GooglePlay, SoundCloud, iHeartRadio, Spreaker, Stitcher, Spotify, YouTube, Castbox and wherever else you get your podcasts.
Victory Lap

Victory Lap

2019-04-0300:41:54

On Episode 48 of “That’s What I’m Saying!” the podcast, Shaun and Ny start the show with a tribute to Nipsey Hussle his life and his legacy.[30:00] On the Ratchet Minute, the ladies discuss the upcoming biopic on Salt-n-Pepa and laugh out loud at Ghost a.k.a. James St. Patrick a.k.a. Omari Hardrick, for shooting his shot at Beyonce.[37:22] During the “I Reminisce, I Reminisce” Minute, Shaun brings us back to 1996 to Tupac’s “California Love” off the “All Eyez on Me” album.[39:44] The episode ends with the ladies showing their support for The Green House, a black owned vegan juice bar and cafe located in Baltimore, Maryland.LISTEN: iTunes, GooglePlay, SoundCloud, iHeartRadio, Spreaker, Stitcher, Spotify, YouTube, Castbox and wherever else you get your podcasts.
She Took That Ring Off

She Took That Ring Off

2019-03-2800:44:16

On Episode 47 of “That’s What I’m Saying!” the podcast, The Ratchet Minute starts off with Wendy Williams, rehab and her ring and the video of Cardi B. incriminating herself in a “Bill Cosby-type” assault case.[12:17] On the Woke Minute, the ladies discuss the new documentary by Will Packer which dissects the Atlanta child murders case from the 1980’s and Sanjay Gupta’s documentary, One Nation Under Stress and the effects of mental health.[32:49] On the Weekend D**k Report, the ladies encourage a listener to “embrace her inner Lil Kim”.[40:21] During the “I Reminisce, I Reminisce” Minute, Ny brings us back to 1993 to the Pharcyde’s “She Keeps on Passing Me By.”[42:16] The episode ends with the ladies showing their support for Inception, a black owned mental health gym based in Michigan.LISTEN: iTunes, GooglePlay, SoundCloud, iHeartRadio, Spreaker, Stitcher, Spotify, YouTube, Castbox and wherever else you get your podcasts.
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