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LA based comics Brodie Reed and Greg Edwards interview their peers about their experiences as creatives of color. Whether they interview performers, musicians, or break dancers they guarantee insight and lots of laughs. Things will get personal, and very very chill. Come hang!

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Colored Commentary Ep. 10: Dulcé Sloan

Our guest this week is the winner of Stand Up NBC 2015 and she is EVERYWHERE. Dulcé Sloan swings by to drop knowledge about everything from BBC shows to Arthur memes to where black people would be without technology. She is TALENT. Colored Commentary is LA based comics Brodie Reed and Greg Edwards interviewing their […]

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Colored Commentary Ep. 9: Anthony Dayo

Colored Commentary is back with another great episode! Brodie Reed and Greg Edwards welcome on their homie Anthony Dayo and this one took two recordings!  So much to talk about they couldn’t catch it all in one location.  Check it out and check out the previous eight podcasts if you haven’t heard them yet! Colored Commentary is […]

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Colored Commentary Ep. 8: Thigh Gap Comedy

This week we welcome the fiercely funny and unapologetically feminist, THIGH GAP COMEDY. A group of women who are committed to showcasing diverse comics with strong voices and unique perspectives. Danielle Perez, Madison Shepard, and Danielle Radford are known for their monthly comedy showcase GENTRIFICATION, at Avenue 50 Studio in Highland Park, and U Up?, […]

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Colored Commentary Ep. 7: Solomon Georgio

This week we welcome our trillest guest ever! Recently named one of LA Weekly’s People of 2016 (it’s an impressive list y’all) and who graciously invited us to cohost his monthly live show with him at the Hollywood Improv, it’s motherlovin’ Solomon Georgio! LA based comics Brodie Reed and Greg Edwards interview their peers about […]

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Colored Commentary Ep. 6: Tashi Condelee and Ellington Wells

This double header features two badass up and coming LA comics: Tashi Condelee and Ellington Wells. We get real riled about a now infamous Buzzfeed video, talk a bunch of bullshit and spontaneously burst into song. Check out these two at their monthly show at Cha Cha Lounge, Blackberry Jam! All Diversity, No Shade. LA […]

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Colored Commentary Ep. 5: Melissa Villaseñor

Our guest this week is a comedic powerhouse: She’s an impressionist, an actress, a musician, an artist and she’s also super funny. Wow, you just blushed while reading this. Melissa is recording her first variety album May 15th at the Chatterbox in Covina. It’s gonna be so good you guys oh wow! LA based comics […]

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Colored Commentary Ep. 4: David Gborie

This week we’re joined by one of our favs David Gborie. Another LA transplant via SF and originally from Denver, he’s killing it on F-Comedy and recently performed at SXSW. We have a pretty animated conversation about Africa, LL Cool J, and Greg’s riske internet enterprises! LA based comics Brodie Reed and Greg Edwards interview their […]

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Colored Commentary Ep. 3: Kevin Camia

This week we have the hilarious Kevin Camia! Also an LA transplant from the Bay Area, Kevin just released his sophomore album- Color available now! LA based comics Brodie Reed and Greg Edwards interview their peers about their experiences as creatives of color. Whether they interview performers, musicians, or break dancers they guarantee insight and lots of […]

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Colored Commentary Ep. 2: Frankie Quinones and Cory Loykasek

Frankie and Cory are two comedians from out of the San Francisco scene. They’re taking the world by storm whether in videos from Dress Up Gang (dressupgang.com) or on Mas Mejor Comedy. (masmejor.com) Don’t sleep on these two! LA based comics Brodie Reed and Greg Edwards interview their peers about their experiences as creatives of color. Whether […]

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Colored Commentary Ep. 1: Quincy Jones

Our inaugural episode with our hilarious friend Quincy Jones! Recently diagnosed with mesothelioma, Quincy discussing leaving his mark by making an hour-long comedy special. If you would like to help, visit his Kickstarter. LA based comics Brodie Reed and Greg Edwards interview their peers about their experiences as creatives of color. Whether they interview performers, musicians, […]

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