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On this show Niellah Arboine and Antonia Odunlami discussed Russell Howard being a mess, how your internet trail can catch up with you and how Stormzy dealt with being called out for previous homophobic tweets. They touched on what they thought of Spike Lee’s new Netflix joint, She’s Gotta Have It and were joined live in conversation with Raveena.

Comedian Russell Howard couldn’t fathom that black women needed to share guides with people who won’t respect that we don’t want our hair picked and prodded without people asking and decided to air his feelings live on his comedy show.

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Joining them at the halfway point was special guest New York singer-songwriter Raveena ahead of the now released debut EP, Shanti, the making of her gorgeous visuals and her influences.

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All of that, plus music from Nai Palm, KWAYE, Slowthai and Eryn Allen Kane.

Listen back below and remember, we’re live fortnightly Sundays 4pm-4pm on Reprezent.

 

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