54 episodes

Enter into The Reverb Experiment and immerse yourself as you listen to four close friends discuss a variety of intriguing topics ranging anywhere from the difficulties of maintaining relationships to in depth conversations about mental health and trauma. The podcast is filled with light hearted banter, and candid dialogue that sometimes turn into heated arguments! We'd love to hear about your experience, so be sure to follow us and connect with us via social media.

The Reverb Experiment Podcast The Reverb Experiment

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 20 Ratings

Enter into The Reverb Experiment and immerse yourself as you listen to four close friends discuss a variety of intriguing topics ranging anywhere from the difficulties of maintaining relationships to in depth conversations about mental health and trauma. The podcast is filled with light hearted banter, and candid dialogue that sometimes turn into heated arguments! We'd love to hear about your experience, so be sure to follow us and connect with us via social media.

    Episode 52 | Queen Vibez

    Episode 52 | Queen Vibez

    On the 52nd episode of The Reverb Experiment podcast Stefdotnet and G_focused start of reviewing Ari Lennox's sophomore album Age Sex Location as well as the Super Freaky Girl remix by Nicki Minaj. They discuss the climate for female artists and the exchanged words between Lil Kim and 50 Cent. For the internet wins again segment they breakdown the most recent Careesha please podcast episode which featured Saweetie. This conversation led into deeper topics about relationships, sex, and women empowerment.     

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    *TIME STAMPS*      
    (4:01) - Ari Lennox - Sex Age Location      (16:38) - Nicki Minaj - Super Freaky Girl     (18:03) - Female State of Rap.   (33:18) - Queen Elizabeth II Dies    Internet Wins Again  (42:30).                    
    (42:50) - Careesha Please ft Saweetie reaction.     Support the show

    • 1 hr 22 min
    Episode 51 | Death of R&B?

    Episode 51 | Death of R&B?

    Welcome Back to The Reverb Experiment Podcast! We would like to thank everyone for being patient while we were on break. G_Focused and Stefdotnet update us on the current state of the podcast while bidding their farewells to Photo B as he has decided to no longer be apart of the podcast. During the new music segment they give their opinions about the new DJ Khaled album God Did as well as Tank's last album R%B Money, and JID' new album The Forever Story. And last but not least the podcast concludes with The Internet Wins Again as a discussion is had about the upcoming Verzuz between Diddy and Jermaine Dupri and the relevant and evolving question if R&B is dead or not?

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    *TIME STAMPS*      
    (1:45) - Farewell & Thank you to Photo B    (3:24) - The State of The Reverb Experiment Podcast   (8:25) - God Did, R&B Money & The Forever Story   Internet Wins Again  (33:24)              
    (34:08) -Diddy vs Jermaine Dupri   (52:58) -Is R&B Dead?    Support the show

    • 1 hr 29 min
    Episode 50 | When A Woman's Fed Up

    Episode 50 | When A Woman's Fed Up

    On the 50th episode of The Reverb Experiment Podcast the crew is joined by photographer and visionary Sean Stewart, owner of Art Is Life Photography. Sean opens up about what it's like being  black creative and  how he balances both his work and family balance. As a special treat, as promised, G_focused shares his African Ancestry live on the podcast. For the Keepin It Reel segment the crew responds to a young girl sharing her feelings on how parents treat their children, which sparks a deeper conversation about parenting within the black culture as a whole. For the Internet Wins Again the crew reacts to the news that R Kelly has finally been sentenced, the Omarion vs Mario verzuz, as well as the viral clip of the McDonalds argument between co-parents.

    Also check out Sean Stewart and his art on instagram HERE
    And you can also check him out at his official website HERE

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    *TIME STAMPS*      
    (4:10) - Sean Stewart Interview    (58:56) - G_Focused African Ancestry results       (63:12) - KEEPIN IT REEL - Are children heard?  (93:16) - Omarion Verzuz Mario reaction   Internet Wins Again  (105:24)               
    (105:36) - R Kelly finally sentenced      (115:46) - McSiblings      Support the show

    • 2 hr 33 min
    Episode 49 | Honestly, Nevermind

    Episode 49 | Honestly, Nevermind

    Welcome to The Reverb Experiment Podcast! For the 49th episode of The Reverb Podcast the Reverb crew celebrates both Father's Day & Juneteenth.  We celebrate Juneteenth by highlighting black owned businesses that both are helpful and impactful to the black community. During this episode we discuss the surprise album dropped by Drake Honestly, Nevermind, the upcoming verzuz between Mario and Omarion, and DJ Akademiks coming under fire for saying that we would have sex with underaged girls.   We than conclude the podcast by an interesting debate about whether or not Chris Brown is more talented than Michael Jackson. 

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    Please subscribe and our follow us! If you leave a review we will read your comments on the air!   

    *TIME STAMPS*      
    (2:35) - Should Single Mother's be celebrated on Father's Day?     (22:58) - Are Men being erased?      (33:14) - Modern Day Dating     (67:09) - Juneteenth Black Owned Businesses   (69:26) - Drake Album Review - Honestly Nevermind    (85:25) - KEEPIN IT REEL - DJ Akaemiks & under aged girls    Internet Wins Again  (116:05)          


    (117:51) - Omarion Vs. Mario       (144:17) - Is Chris Brown more talented than Michael Jackson?     


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    • 2 hr 29 min
    Episode 48 - Rich Spirit

    Episode 48 - Rich Spirit

    For the 48th episode of The Reverb Experiment podcast G_focused & Photo B are joined by Gina R "Riche" Richardson a certified financial coach and both host & owner of the Mindfully Rich Podcast! We begin the podcast by discussing the connection between mental health and financial literacy, budgetting, and how to better handle your finances.  For the "Keepin it Real" segment we react to an Anthony O'Neal clip that leads us into a conversation about finances and money. And then to conclude the episode, for the internet wins again we share our thoughts about the new Kendrick Lamar album Mr. Morale and the Big Steppers as well as reacting to the news that Black Lives Matter Co Fonder Patrisse Cullors may have mishandled some of the organizations donations.   

    *TIME STAMPS*      
    (1:01) - Buffalo Mass Shooting    (22:01) - Introducing Special Guest - Gina Richardson    (36:12) - Gina Richardson Interview    (102:08) - KEEPIN IT REEL - Anthony O'Neal / Money and Dating    Internet Wins Again  (120:00:01)          
    (120:00:53) - Kendrick Lamar Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers Album Review   (144:17) - Black Lives Matter Mismanagement of Money?  Support the show

    • 2 hr 39 min
    Episode 47 | All Dogs Go To Heaven

    Episode 47 | All Dogs Go To Heaven

    On the 47th episode of The Reverb Experiment Podcast the crew is joined by Licensed Educational Psychologist and friend of the show Jeremy Greene. They open up by discussing the passing of Kevin Samuels and the legacy he left behind. For the "Keepin It Reel" segment a heated argument breaks out as a meme about finances in marriage is discussed. And to conclude the show the crew reacts to Dave Chappelle being stacked on stage and debate if Will Smith slapping Chris Rock emboldened this type of behavior. 

    *TIME STAMPS*     
    (3:02) - Happy Mother's Day  (11:32) - RIP Kevin Samuels   (26:38) - Kevin Samuels legacy?   (80:00) - KEEPIN IT REEL - Secret Stash?    Internet Wins Again  (108:00)          
    (88:49) - Dave Chapelle attacked on stage     Support the show

    • 2 hr 12 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

Drjinterviews ,

Incredibly dope concept and execution!!

I ended up clicking on an episode just to listen to one section on something controversial going on in the news. I ended up staying tuned for the entire podcast. Then I listened to another. And another. This is one of the better black podcasts I've tuned into, and they represent. These guys have good chemistry, and it's shown in their banter and humor. It's witty, it's intelligent, it's adult, it's relevant, it's for our culture. More importantly, it makes you lose track of time; which is a good thing. Incredibly dope concept and execution! 

Kyates23 ,

Great Team

I love the energy from this team! I had a great time being a guest on the show. We spoke openly and honestly about the pros and cons of higher education. I love the Vulnerability of the castAlong with the sense of humor! It was a great way to spend my Saturday morning. Thank you for having me on the show!

Beylikethat ,

SophistiRatchet

This podcast is easily one of my favorites! Every time I think I have a favorite episode, the hosts exceed my expectations and create more fire content! The conversations are so enlightening, intriguing, personable and Bay af too! I love the intelligence, the personal opinions, the colloquialisms and how it amplifies how black people are far from monolithic. I love us for real!

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