63 episodes

Join NYT Best-Selling Author and Side-Eye Sorceress, Luvvie Ajayi, as she rants on all things pop culture and business. Her unique brand of loving judgement, hilarious shade and necessary truth-telling will keep you wanting more. Plus, her all-star guests stay dropping gems!

Rants & Randomness with Luvvie Ajayi Luvvie Ajayi

    • Society & Culture

Join NYT Best-Selling Author and Side-Eye Sorceress, Luvvie Ajayi, as she rants on all things pop culture and business. Her unique brand of loving judgement, hilarious shade and necessary truth-telling will keep you wanting more. Plus, her all-star guests stay dropping gems!

    Demand More (with Abby Wambach) - Episode 51

    Demand More (with Abby Wambach) - Episode 51

    This week on Rants & Randomness, Luvvie is talking to Abby Wambach, two-time Olympic gold medalist and FIFA World Cup champion. Abby was the US leading scorer in the 2007 and 2011 Women’s’ World Cup tournaments and the 2004 and 2012 Olympics. She’s the New York Times bestselling author of Forward: A Memoir and Wolfpack: How to Come Together, Unleash Our Power and Change the Game, as well as the author of the recently released young readers version of Wolfpack.

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Make Your Voice Heard (with Stephanie L. Young) - Episode 50

    Make Your Voice Heard (with Stephanie L. Young) - Episode 50

    This week on Rants & Randomness, Luvvie is talking to Stephanie L. Young, chief officer for culture, communications, and media partnerships at When We All Vote. She and Luvvie are talking about how critical every voice is in every election, how Stephanie’s experiences growing up perfectly prepared her for her time in the Obama White House and the work she is doing now and why it’s so important to work hard and speak up for ourselves throughout our career.

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Go Your Own Way (with Brandon Stanton) - Episode 49

    Go Your Own Way (with Brandon Stanton) - Episode 49

    On the heels of his epic piece of storytelling with #TattletalesFromTanqueray, Luvvie is talking to Brandon Stanton - the man behind the camera and the stories of Humans of New York. Luvvie and Brandon are talking about Lady Tanqueray, AKA Stephanie, and the love she's been receiving from her story, as well as how he got his start doing this work. Don't miss this episode!

    • 1 hr 25 min
    Love Yourself More (with Devi Brown) - Episode 48

    Love Yourself More (with Devi Brown) - Episode 48

    This week on Rants & Randomness, Luvvie is talking to Devi Brown - Chief Impact Officer at Chopra Global, wellness expert and author, multi-media host and mom. They’re talking all about how Devi transitioned from a huge career in hip-hop radio and broadcasting to doing the work she does today, why healing your inner child is vital (and how to go about doing it) and how we can find our way to our own spiritual practices.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Wait for Your Harvest (with Austin Channing Brown) - Episode 47

    Wait for Your Harvest (with Austin Channing Brown) - Episode 47

    This week on Rants & Randomness, Luvvie is talking to New York Times bestselling author, speaker, and producer Austin Channing Brown. This is an amazing and energetic conversation, talking about everything from how Austin grew up, how she got her first name, what she does to make sure that she’s finding rest in this stressful world, and how she became this voice, this person that ended up writing a book that hit the New York Times bestseller list two years after it came out.

    • 1 hr 24 min
    Step Toward Your Destiny (with Tiwa Savage) - Episode 46

    Step Toward Your Destiny (with Tiwa Savage) - Episode 46

    This week on Rants & Randomness, Luvvie is talking to Tiwa Savage - Nigeria's female pop star Afrobeats queen. Luvvie and Tiwa talk about her more than two decades in the music industry and her new album, Celia, and since the album is named after her mom, we talk about the importance of her mom's voice in her life and in her career. We talk about the ups and downs in the music world, how motherhood has affected her music and how moving from Nigeria to London as a child changed her entire life.

    • 48 min

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