The Droematic Show Podcast
(Season 3 Premiere) Episode 27 - Which Late Comedian Left the Biggest Impact on Hip Hop

(Season 3 Premiere) Episode 27 - Which Late Comedian Left the Biggest Impact on Hip Hop

May 29, 2020

After 2 years, the original trio of Droematic, J-Dub, and Reyah start season 3 with the debate of which late great comedian had the biggest impact on the Hip Hop Culture, John Witherspoon or Bernie Mac?

It then shifts to Reyah stating that she disagrees with Dwayne Wade and Gabrielle Union supporting their Daughter Zaya for coming out. 

J-Dub and Reyah also discuss tips on how to get away with intercourse in a movie theater without getting caught.

 

Episode 25 - Hype Friday “Signs You Are A Fake Alpha Male”

Episode 25 - Hype Friday “Signs You Are A Fake Alpha Male”

October 20, 2019

Droematic and Los-P bring on "A Woman's Perspective" aka Step, "Tipsy Charlie", and Puerto Rocky on to talk about what it takes to be an Alpha Male. 

While the entire panel is drunk off Hennessy, they attempt to have an informal conversation about why good guys finish last, and why most women truly want a bad boy. "Tipsy Charlie" insinuates that sometimes you have to take the risk of going to jail, in order to get your woman in check, if she decides to get physical with you.

Episode 10 - Just For Laughs

Episode 10 - Just For Laughs

December 26, 2018

Think you have what it takes to be a comedian? Droematic returns to the show, to welcome special guests: the president of "The People's Comedy Club", Jake Weddle, musical theatre performer Gabrielle Goodman, and comedian Dustin Harris to discuss how hard it is to progress through the underground comedy scene. The topics in this episode range from Kevin Hart not hosting The Oscars,  RoboCop penises, greatest comedians of all-time debate, pressures of being a female comedian, and condoms that provide STD results.

Episode 8 - Church of Beyoncé

Episode 8 - Church of Beyoncé

December 8, 2018

In our season 1 finale episode, the discussion leads to "The National Church Of Bey", a religion formed around Beyoncé. We debate the difference between that and the Beyoncé Mass that was held earlier in the year.  The question is asked if African American women are being put in a box, if the usage of Beyonce is the only means to bring black women together. Reyah explains why she doesn't check African American on job application to land more  interviews.
Finally, we talk about why the black community puts Barack and Michelle Obama's relationship on a pedestal, and why the feminist movement is an overall bad idea for women.