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Strong Black Legends is a weekly show brought to you by Netflix and Strong Black Lead that honors the best of black Hollywood. Every Tuesday, host Tracy Clayton sits down with the legends that paved the way for black representation both on and off screen.

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    • TV & Film
    • 4.9 • 16 Ratings

Strong Black Legends is a weekly show brought to you by Netflix and Strong Black Lead that honors the best of black Hollywood. Every Tuesday, host Tracy Clayton sits down with the legends that paved the way for black representation both on and off screen.

    Halle Berry

    Halle Berry

    This week, in our special bonus episode of Strong Black Legends, Tracy sits down with the legendary Halle Berry. They talk about Halle’s directorial debut Bruised where she flexes her triple threat muscles as an actor, director and producer. Halle gives us a glimpse into what it’s really like being called “The Most Beautiful Person in the World." Spoiler alert: It's not what you think. And we celebrate the iconic and beloved classic BAPS! Plus, Tracy makes sure Ms. Halle Berry gets all the flowers she deserves.

    • 29 min
    Okay, The B.A.P.S. Are Back In Town

    Okay, The B.A.P.S. Are Back In Town

    If you like Strong Black Legends, you'll love Okay, Now Listen, with Scottie Beam and Sylvia Obell. New episodes every other Thursday. From Netflix and Strong Black Lead.

    In this episode, Scottie & Sylvia revisit the amazing yet sometimes overlooked 1997 film, B.A.P.S., with Halle Berry and Natalie Desselle Reid. Then they dive into a conversation about what makes a movie a Black classic or Blassic. Plus their “Officially Unofficial Rules of Blassics,” including some of their favorite Blassics of all time. And finally, they share a Blassic film they secretly still haven’t seen.

    Subscribe to Okay, Now Listen and start listening *today*.

    • 52 min
    Debbie Allen

    Debbie Allen

    This week, in our special season two finale, Tracy sits down with the legendary triple threat Debbie Allen. They talk about Debbie’s time at Howard University and how she got her role, on and off screen, on the set of tv series, Fame. They also talk about Debbie and Phylicia Rashad’s feature on Solange Knowles’ When I Get Home. Plus, Tracy gives flowers to the ultimate queen, Queen Latifah.

    • 49 min
    Subscribe To “Okay, Now Listen”

    Subscribe To “Okay, Now Listen”

    Strong Black Lead has a new podcast! It’s called “Okay, Now Listen” and is hosted by Scottie Beam and Sylvia Obell.
    For more fun and black ass shenanigans, subscribe *today* to “Okay, Now Listen” wherever you get your podcasts!

    • 1 min
    Bumper Robinson

    Bumper Robinson

    This week, Tracy sits down with 90s heartthrob, Bumper Robinson. They get into his time as a child actor on Warner Brother studio lots, his extensive voice acting career, and the Tupac episode of A Different World. Plus Tracy gives flowers to one of the many sources of black girl magic, natural hair.

    • 40 min
    Omar Epps

    Omar Epps

    This week, Tracy sits down with Brooklyn-born legend, Omar Epps! The two talk about his breakout role, alongside Tupac Shakur, in Juice and his second time playing another guy named Q in Love and Basketball. They also talk about Omar’s time before his Hollywood career as a student at LaGuardia High School aka the school from Fame. Plus, Tracy heads to the streets of Brooklyn to find out folks’ favorite jams to play at the barbecue and gives flowers to cookout music.

    • 36 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

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Wonderful

Absolutely love this podcast. Tracey is a wonderful and engaging host and I've loved learning about so many unsung Black artists!

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