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Baby, This is Keke Palmer

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Keke Palmer has questions for days, about everything under the sun. From the existential to the inconsequential. From pop culture to pop science. From the meaning of life to the meaning of W.A.P. From life in outer space to “Where the eff is Tom from MySpace?“ And everything in between. Because Baby, this is Keke Palmer, and she is here for All. Of. It.

Each week, the multi-talented Keke is taking you on a journey down the rabbit hole on a topic that she cannot stop obsessing over. She’ll also get deep with special guests, trying to answer the questions that keep us up at night. We are getting INTO IT.

68 Episodes
We’re bringing back one of our fan-favorite episodes today: a conversation with the multi-hyphenate Renee Rapp! We get into everything that the music world entails from present-day icons to how to break into the industry, and we do it all with banter and a level of dry humor that you know only Renee herself can pull off!There is something so special about the art form of music, don’t you think? Music helps document big and small moments of our lives, whether it’s blasting a break up song to heal your broken heart, or slow dancing to a love song at your wedding. But what about the process of making those songs? What’s it like for artists to put their heart and soul into their music for the world to hear? This week, we are talking to Renee Rapp all about the creative process of making an album. We get into our creative influences, or biggest fears, and why it’s okay to have Imposter Syndrome. Plus we play “Quickies with Keke” with Renee and her thoughts on Taylor Swift vs Beyonce might surprise you!See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
We’re running it back with another one of our favorite episodes! This week, a conversation with the brain behind several of our all-time favorite scary movies: Jordan Peele! Now why in the world would we want to seek out horror movies when real life sometimes feels like its own horror movie?? Jordan helps us get to the bottom of it!The world is filled with some scary shit, UFO spy balloons keep popping up in our neighborhoods, we’re on the brink of World War 3, and Doomsday seems to be right around the corner. So why the hell do we CHOOSE to be scared over and over again when real life is scary enough? Think about it, horror movies, true crime podcasts, roller coasters, the list is endless for ways we LOVE to be scared, but why do we put ourselves through this? This week I am joined by my good friend and Oscar winner, Jordan Peele, who definitely knows a thing or two about scaring audiences. We get into our biggest fears, why we love the horror genre, and what he has cooking next, which I’m sure none of us will be able to say Nope to (see what I did there?). Maybe listen to this episode during the daytime with your lights on because baby, it’s about to get Spooky Ookie!See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
We’re taking a quick break and celebrating some of our favorite episodes! First up: the hilarious and talented Quinta Brunson! She helps us dive into the art of sitcoms, what it takes to make a successful one, and why they stand the test of time. I mean, what would TV be without them?!There is nothing like that feeling you get from watching a classic sitcom. You know the feeling right? When you’ve laughed your ass off AND learned some valuable life lessons, all within 30 minutes. Only a good sitcom could do that. So why did they go away?? In today’s episode we’re going down the rabbit hole on classic sitcoms to find out what happened to them. We’re joined by Quinta Brunson, creator and star of “Abbott Elementary.” We get into her love of sitcoms, the shows that inspired her, and some insider secrets on how she’s trying to bring the sitcom back. Plus, we reveal some unpopular opinions on recent TV comedies, and you might be surprised to find out which fan favorite show we don’t love.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
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From LL Cool J to Jay-Z to Nicki Minaj, the rap genre has evolved quite a bit over the years. Sharon helps us take a trip down memory lane to look at all the different phases of rap we’ve seen — can you guess who her favorites are?? Then, we’re joined by our guest: a Gen Z rapper from Milwaukee who goes by The Female GOAT. That’s right, it’s Lakeyah! We get into all the issues that still persist in the music industry — we’re looking at you, misogyny — where rap music is headed, and how the genre is diversifying. You know Lakeyah won’t hold back! Listen until the end for a roleplay you will NOT want to miss (fans of “Pimp,” this one’s for you)!! See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
We all have a favorite girl group or boy band, right? Destiny’s Child, NSYNC, The Jonas Brothers…maybe Fifth Harmony? On today’s show, former Fifth Harmony member and now solo artist Ally Brooke tells us everything we’ve been wanting to know about the dynamics of the group, her emotions leading up to the breakup, and what life is like as a solo artist. Then she shares a story about Simon Cowell pulling her aside back in the group’s X Factor days to tell her something that changed her career! Listeners, this episode is DEFINITELY Worth It! See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
How do we find our purpose? Do we need purpose in work if we already find purpose in life? Yeah, we’re answering those kinds of questions this week, and we have Academy Award nominee Aunjanue Ellis-Taylor to give us the answers! Aunjanue tells us what it was like to work as an actor without receiving mainstream recognition for decades and how she found purpose in her work even when it felt like her path was uncertain. She also gives us the behind-the-scenes story of her viral social moment that blew us away! Plus, Sharon lets us in on what she thinks her hilarious purpose in life is — we really can’t blame her for this one!See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
She’s not just an artist, she’s a brand, a businesswoman, and a whole vibe!! We know that’s right! Whether it’s her hit songs on the radio, her collab with McDonald’s (we’re lovin’ it!), or her social media brand deals, Saweetie is everywhere! Our multi-talented guest lets us in on what’s coming next for her in the music world, the surprising reality of feuds between female rappers, and how she approaches relationships in the public eye. Aren’t we all just dying to know what a day in the life of Saweetie looks like?? Plus, Sharon gets into the nitty-gritty behind-the-scenes of what it takes to transform a music and acting career into more than that, and we’re thankful she did!See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
On today’s episode, we’re answering this question: is adversity necessary for success? You may know our guest Jay Pharoah as the hilarious comedian who did a six-season stint on SNL, but his path to get there was no walk in the park. Jay shares how his experience on SNL shifted after advocating for Black women and how being a victim of bullying actually helped him make it big. And you’ll never guess who joins us at the end of this episode…. Did Kanye and Will Smith really stop by, or was it just Jay’s INCREDIBLE celebrity impressions?!! Listen to find out!See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
What better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than with the talented couple and actors Sterling K. Brown and Ryan Michelle Bathe! Sterling shares how he felt when Ryan had to act in a sex scene with none other than her celeb crush, and Ryan reveals why her Grandmother wanted her to break up with Sterling when they first got together. We get into all the ups and downs, the breakups and makeups, and the hilarious quirks of their relationship. Sharon also gives her two cents on how in the world she’s been able to make her relationship work for THIRTY-EIGHT YEARS! We need to know, Sharon!!See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
Have you ever wished someone could just come along and fix your life? Yeah, us too! On today’s episode, we get deep with the star of “Iyanla, Fix My Life,” best-selling author, ordained minister, and mental health expert in her own right, Iyanla Vanzant. We’re not shying away from the heavy stuff: codependency in relationships, healing from trauma, and unhealthy coping mechanisms. Iyanla shares some of the real-life stories of people she has encountered throughout her journey of helping people grow and heal. Plus, Sharon gets real about her thoughts on Keke going to therapy.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
We try not to play favorites, but Snoop Dogg is just that guy! He’s done a little bit of everything, and he joins us on the show to talk about it ALL — everything from his friendship with Martha Stewart to his departure from Death Row Records. But just when we thought he’d really done it all, Snoop, the man, the myth, the legend, reveals what’s left on his career bucket list, and we’re SO here for it. You know it’s gonna be a good time with the D-O-double G!See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
Podcast host Bobbi Althoff answers the questions we’ve all been DYING to ask: How much of her character is *really* an act? How did she manage to land guests from Lil Yachty to Offset to Scarlett Johansson? And what does she think of online critics? Plus, Bobbi reveals her unique approach to interviews, the secret sauce to going viral and what’s in store for her future.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
Have you ever gone somewhere new and just felt totally out of place? Well, today we’re talking about culture shock with actress and comedian Yvonne Orji. Yvonne shares some of the hilarious moments she experienced when she moved from Nigeria to D.C. at the age of six, the surprising similarities between the two countries, and the ridiculous assumptions we can’t believe people still have about Africa. We also spill what shocked us most after moving from Chicago to California, and Yvonne puts us on to a surprising new soul artist. Plus, we respond to listener voicemails where we give it to you straight about how celebrity PR relationships really go down. Aren’t you curious??See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
While we’d like to think the end of the world is thousands of years away, it never hurts to be prepared, right? In this week’s episode, actress Amandla Stenberg joins us for a conversation that goes from hilarious to deep real fast. She shares what she thinks will be our ultimate demise, what she wants to accomplish before we’re all out of here, and any lingering regrets she might be holding on to. We even force her to choose the five people she’d want by her side when the world ends. Also, Sharon surprises us all and goes down the rabbit hole of the conspiracy theory she believes might actually be real. We did not see this one coming!!See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
Whether it’s new-year-same-you or new-year-new-you, we hope you’ll kick things off with this episode! We take a trip down memory lane to discuss everything that happened in 2023 — seriously, what a damn year!! The good, the bad; we get into all! We discuss our favorite moments from the podcast (like the iconic moment we had with Madame VP), break down allll the pop culture drama (no Frank Ocean slander tolerated in this house!!), and share our favorite movies, shows, and artists from the past year. Plus, Keke shares who she thinks was snubbed in the GRAMMY nominations. Finally, we wrap things up with positive affirmations because what better way to start the new year?! Let’s all cross our fingers that 2024 is a good one!!See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
You know we looooove Twitter (it’s still Twitter to us…sorry, not sorry Elon!), and in today’s episode, we talk to the unofficial official “Dean of Black Twitter” Michael Harriot about race and social media. (Spoiler alert: Black Twitter doesn’t exist ONLY on Twitter.) He shares his thoughts on Elon Musk, how he deals with trolls and fights on Twitter, and why racism in America is so unique. Plus, Sharon spills the tea on why she thinks a certain celebrity couple may not work out…any guesses on who it could be??See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! So, why not spend it with Keke and Ludacris? On this week’s episode, we get into all things Christmas including the questionable thing Keke did as a kid during her church’s Christmas play and our favorite memories from the holiday season. As a veteran father in the game, Ludacris talks about the responsibility that comes with being a girl dad. He also reveals the bizarre way he and Keke first met and drops a hint at what he’s bringing to the table in 2024…we’re living for this! You won’t want to miss Keke’s impression of Luda’s iconic rap style or their Christmas song sing-along! If this doesn’t get you in the holiday spirit, we don’t know what will!See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
It’s our favorite topic: astrology!! This week, we sat down with two experts to discuss the different types of Astrology (yes there’s more than one!), the true meanings of sun, moon, and rising, and what the future has in store for us based on our chart. The Amazing Raj shares some crazy could-not-have-been-a-coincedence stories, and we put Aliza Kelly on the spot to guess celebrities’ zodiac signs — this woman is no joke! Whether you’re astrology-obsessed like us or think the whole thing is B.S., we promise this episode will give you something new to think about. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
That’s right! Today, we’re exploring our roots with five-time Grammy Award-winner H.E.R. She shares the Best Part (see what we did there??) about being Black and Filipino, her experience growing up in a culturally-rich city, and how her upbringing influences her music. And you’ll never guess who she’s been spending time with in the studio (we’re LIVING for this collab)!! Stay til the end for a mini concert and little taste of H.E.R.’s insane vocals!See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
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Veronika Fimbres

Keke, I am a Black Trans woman who has run for governor of California, (2x & 1x during the recall!) I was on the statewide ballot in 2023 for Insurance Commissioner. I am the first Black Trans woman to ever make it on the California statewide ballot, & yet know one even knew that! As a 3rd party candidate, & a Black Trans woman, no one even knew about me! A Navy Vet, I am the first Trans officer in the City & County of SF! I am now running for SF Mayor in November 2023. Help a Black Sistah! 🖤

Feb 16th
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Mr kibria

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