Amanda Seales Returns To The Breakfast Club: Talks Building ‘Smart, Funny, And Black’ Show And Hard Work

Yesterday, Amanda Seales would sit down with her ‘Breakfast Club’ family to update listeners on her current endeavors. As you should know, Seales created variety comedy show, ‘Smart, Funny, And Black’ and is now preparing for its official tour. ‘Smart, Funny, And Black’ uses humor and information to highlight the richness of black culture.

According to Seales, she has big plans for the show but is looking to keep things on her terms. She would tell the show’s host about the few times she’s been approached to water-down ‘Smart, Funny, And Black’s’ theme. “I have a masters in African American studies, and I get to put it to use every night we do this show,” Seales would share. Their conversation would later touch on her work and recent success. Check out the nearly 1-hour conversation, below.

Amanda Seales Announces Dates For First ‘SMART FUNNY & BLACK’ Tour

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Today, Seales would announce the lineup of dates for the show, with the first stop taking place in Los Angeles. Check out the tour announcement video along with dates, below. You can get your tickets, here.

  • LA – July 30th
  • Philly – Aug. 1st
  • NYC – Aug. 3rd
  • Detroit – Aug. 5th
  • Chicago – Aug. 7th
  • STL – Aug. 9th
  • ATL – Aug. 10th
  • NOLA – Aug. 11th
  • Dallas – Aug. 13th
  • Houston – Aug. 14th

Music Artist Shoots His Shot At Issa Rae With New Song, ‘Shea Butter’

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One of the favorite things about ‘Insecure’ is the show’s collection of music. In fact, Issa Rae and team pride themselves on putting you on some new vibes and artist who could use a platform. As season 3 of the series gets ready to premiere on Aug/ 12th on HBO, music artist are hoping to catch Rae’s attention to get their songs featured. One of those artists has now caught the attention of Comedy Hype with his song, ‘Shea Butter’. A few days ago David Michael Jonze out of New Jersey would premiere his new single and instantly would send it to Rae on his Twitter.

Now the process of getting your music featured on ‘Insecure’ could be a bit more complex, but we have to admit ‘Shea Butter’ easily falls in the world that Rae has been creating. Check out ‘Shea Butter’ below and maybe Rae will fall in love with it like we did. In ‘Insecure’ related news, Rae has hinted that the upcoming season will be themed around black masculinity. .”.. I love black masculinity as it relates to black women. I think that’s something interesting that we haven’t gotten a chance to explore yet—and specifically toxic male black masculinity as it relates to black women. I’m trying to find a way to explore that and get a rounded storyline that isn’t preachy,” she recently told The Hollywood Reporter. Keep you posted as the new season of ‘Insecure’ rolls out.