July 8, 2020

All 'Insecure:' Black & Latino Millennials Break Down Season 4 (Part 2), Black Mom's Review & Yvonne Orji's First Comedy Special (Not On HBO)

All 'Insecure:' Black & Latino Millennials Break Down Season 4 (Part 2), Black Mom's Review & Yvonne Orji's First Comedy Special (Not On HBO)

This is Part 2 of Underground Magnolia's host Desiréia Valteau's millennial daughter (Simone) and friends decompressing  "Insecure"-Season 4, the popular HBO series created by and starring Issa Rae.

Simone (African American) along with Amanda (her bestie & Mexican American) and Daniel (a trusted colleague, pal & African American) rep the best and brightest in today’s black and Latino young people.

The college grads - living in Los Angeles and the Seattle area - work in tech and media and tell it like it is about the show that highlights life, love and pain of young black Americans living and holding it down in the Greater Los Angeles area.

Also in this episode, Desiréia gives her take on the show overall as a black mom and the Encounter With A Celebrity segment features Yvonne Orji.

Music in this podcast:
"Jazz Addict’s Intro" by Cosimo Fogg
(https://soundcloud.com/cosimo-fogg)

"Check The Glove Box" by Otis Galloway
(https://open.spotify.com/artist/1h3wk6cOFTdjQNbNsnBosP)

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