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Revolt Spreads Out Across Several Genres As It Unveils Lineup Of New Podcasts.

Revolt, the fast-growing Black-owned media company, has announced it plans to release a dozen new podcasts spanning across music, culture, relationships, sports, mental health, and finance. With the addition of these new shows, Revolt says it now has the largest podcast network of any Black-owned company. With the latest additions, Revolt says it “aims to inspire listeners with powerful knowledge that can be applied to all areas of their lives” with a mix of genres ranging from thought-provoking commentary to entertaining interviews.

"This unveiling marks another exciting chapter for the Revolt Podcast Network as we continue to deliver compelling narratives that not only entertain but also inspire meaningful conversations,” said Revolt VP Aki Garrett, who is also General Manager of the Revolt Podcast Network. “As we continue to push the boundaries of podcasting, we are excited to see how these shows captivate our audience."

The new podcasts include—

  • Archie The Podcast: Hosted by millennial gay Archie Jay, the show is a collaborative space for speaking your mind and singing it loud, featuring conversations with interesting individuals sharing their stories.

  • The Sobering Podcast: Hosted by Lil Frat, Kitso Moremi and Mokgethwa, The Sobering is a South African hip hop podcast featuring a 100% local playlist, interviews with prominent figures in the scene, and an excellent blend of the best tunes from local MCs.

  • Say Less w/ Kaz, Lowkey, and Rosy: Kazeem Famuyide, Nile Ivey, and Rosy Rodriguez bring laughs from the world of music, sports, and entertainment from the lens of three friends living in New York City.

  • The Realest Podcast Ever: The Realest Podcast Ever is a vehicle for honest expression and a platform to give a voice to the unheard. Hosted by Chad Fain and Matt Cain, the show represents the best duo in media with a penchant for the polarizing and an uncanny ability to be consistently clairvoyant.

  • No Homo Show: Hosted by Boss Britt and DJ Exel, The No Homo Show is the newest LGBTQ show where “all things are homo.”

  • After You Fail Podcast: Michell C. Clark leads conversations rooted in mindfulness, mental health, and healing designed to help listeners accept themselves as they are.

  • Hard2Earn: Hard2Earn is an album review podcast where hosts Torae and Bonsu Thompson discuss, critique, and score new and classic music track by track.

  • Money Honeys: Unlike most financial podcasts, Money Honeys aims to crack the code for people who didn't come from wealth, providing financial knowledge to stay debt-free.

  • Agee And Gates Podcast: Hosted by Will Gates and Arthur Agee, this podcast takes a deep dive into the world of professional sports, entertainment and fashion to explore the origin stories of people chasing their own version of a Hoop Dream.

  • Young & Dumb: Host Aaliyah Duah takes listeners along as she looks for ways to make money legally without having to clock in and go to work. She will talk to entrepreneurs and creatives about their journey becoming entrepreneurs and financially free.

  • Just for Kicks: Just For Kicks is a fashion-forward show which airs on Crackle, where shoes and fashion are the stars and The Culture is the audience.

  • BLK On The Scene: Hosted by DeDe Brown and Jonathan Gist, this show serves as a love letter to Black content and Black voices who are helping to drive change and representation in entertainment.

"We are thrilled to unveil our fall 2023 podcast class lineup and showcase the unique perspectives driving each powerful show," Garrett said.

The additions bring the Revolt Podcast Network to more than four dozen shows. In May, it added eight other series with a focus on female voices.

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