Neal Brennan (Chappelle's Show), and Moshe Kasher (Chelsea Lately) welcome a different (black) guest every week to the podcast to discuss stupid things in a stupid way.
The Original Champs sit down with Ahmir/Questlove to talk about his life and the sun setting on the podcast. On behalf of Neal, Moshe and Doug - Thanks for listening. I was so fun to do. And who knows what the future holds.
Comedian/Actor/Compton Native Jamar Neighbors sits down with the Champs to discuss maybe being a crack baby, fighting, and crying as a man.
The Champs sit down with Girlcode regular Nicole Byer to discuss the time she married a guy to get him a greencard, body-images and believe it or not, race.
The Champs sit down with the (black) selections from the Montreal JFL festival. Is it a mess? Probably. But production has never been the Champs strongsuit. It's about vibes, bro.
After a long hiatus, the Champs are back with Wanda Sykes. They discuss Wanda's life, comedy and sexuality. Recorded Live at the Montreal Just For Laughs Festival 2015.
The star of the HBO special "Love from The Store" and the forthcoming NBC sitcom sits down with the Champs to discuss working with Spike Lee and what "responsibilities" black artists have. Also, Jamar is there and we talk to him too.
Comedian Ms. Pat sits down with the Champs to discuss having her first child at 14, selling crack, and getting shot in the tittie. It's wild, homey.
The Roots MC sits down with The Champs to discuss life on The Tonight Show, growing up rough in Philly, his crazy work ethic and his relationship with Questlove.
The Queens, NY native sits down with the Champs to discuss his subversive stand-up, getting his masters degree from the London School of Economimc and his life as a immigrant rights organizer in Seattle up until 2008.
Comedian/actress sits down with the Champs to discuss her journey to comedy through family turmoil and the LA foster care system. Funny/emotional Champs.
The former Digital editor of The Onion and author of "How To Be Black" sits down with the Champs to talk about why black guys keep getting shot and what the fuck is going on right now?
The Florida actor/comedian (you may not have heard of) sits down with the Champs to discuss how he's amassed 9.3 million followers on vine in a year and a half. Educate yo'self.
The comedian and actor sits down with The Champs to discuss growing up rich and poor in LA, being a knucklehead, and finally following in his family's footsteps, starring in Let's Be Cops, The Other Guys, The New Girl and Happy Endings.
The Detroit rapper and avid Champs listener sits down with said Champs to discuss his love of Dizzee Rascal, medition, his time in prison and his forays into S&M. It's great.
The comedian/impressionist sits down with the Champs to discuss Nick Cannon, making youtube hits and his short lived Fox sketch show.
The 3rd Year NBA player sits down with the Champs to discuss the possibility of paying NCAA players, going to chapel with his co-workers, and what he's actually thinking when he's on the floor in the middle of a game.
The DC bred comedian sits down with the Champs to talk about the time Neal made somebody cry, the craziest stand-up show he ever saw, and of course, Ferguson.
The NYC comedian sits down with the Champs to discuss her rage issues, her racial identity growing up, her recent argument with a cab driver, and a bunch of other troubling things.
The veteran New York comedian sits down with the Champs to discuss his father's criminality, Kevin Hart, and his own love of prostitution.
The god MC (and funny dude) sits down with the Champs to discuss clinical depression, Kanye West, and his process of rewriting lyrics.
The NY MC sits down with the Champs to discuss growing up in Manhattan, how she deals with beat thieves and dudes in general.
The comedy legend sits down with The Champs to discuss driving cross country with Jerry Seinfeld in 1976, watching Richard Pryor struggle and how he stays young.
The Master Impressionist sits down with the Champs to discuss how he got on SNL, scrapping with his dad, and dating a woman who was in the popular street gang, The Bloods.
Comedian Cristele Alonzo sits down with the Champs to discuss her journey from growing up in an abandoned diner in Texas to doing stand-up in LA and finally landing a sitcom pilot for ABC.
The Gary, Indiana rapper sits down with the Champs to discuss being a thug, his failling out with Young Jeezy, and how he wants to get with Katy Perry.
The hip-hop legend sits down with the Champs for an all too short interview regarding his new book about yoga, what he tells young stars, and the beginning of Def Jam records. His final line is bananas.
The Compton born and raised writer/comedian sits down with the Champs to drop insight about security at Target (where he worked) and how he came to get a writing job at "The Daily Show w/ Jon Stewart." You may not know who he is, but this is a great episode.
The morning radio personality sits down with the Champs to discuss how his father died, going to therapy with his wife, and that time he offended the entire Haitian community.
The former Daily Show correspondant sits down with the Champs to discuss all kinds of stuff. In short, this is the most psychologically revealing Champs episode ever, guest-wise and host-wise. Family stuff. Good episode.
The morning radio DJ and host of MTV2's "Charlemagne and Friends" sits down with the Champs to discuss dealing drugs, going to prison, girls, erectile dysfunction, and how he came up.
The New York rapper sits down with the Champs to discuss smoking weed with his bad-bitch mother, the stupidity of his name and what makes for a great album.
The Late night legend sits down with the Champs to discuss a variety of things, including how his career began, Richard Pryor, Jay Leno, Redd Foxx, and of course, the making of "Coming To America." He also refers to Neal as a "negrophile." And does a mean Paul Mooney impression.
One third of the legendary hip-hop trio sits down with the Champs to discuss how they made most of their hits while still in school, different kinds of groupies and his Auburn football star son. It's good.
The hip-hop legend sits down with the Champs to discuss Biggie, Tupac, Color Me Badd, battle rapping, Madonna and of course, premature ejactulation. Also, he tells the craziest sex story in Champs history. He's a quiet, hilarious man.
The 3rd Bass MC and current talkshow host, MC Serch, sits down with the Champs to tell his crazy stories about MC Hammer putting a hit out on him, his part in signing Nas, and the craziest story you'll ever hear about Bushwick Bill. Special appearance by Questlove. Great episode.
The man behind the best online videos of the last five years sits down with the Champs to discuss the origin of the site, his posse, and whether he's responsible for the uplift of black people.
Former SNL Cast member and current Disney channel actor (Ant Farm) sits down with the Champs to discuss sexual responsibllity, marriage, and politics. It's a good ep.
The returning Champ discusses his rampant, wild, long-term drug use. It's insane. By the end of the episode, you too will feel like you're on drugs.
Comedian and former SNL Cast member Dean Edwards sits down with the Champs to discuss his corrections officer father, Eddie Murphy, and what the movie of his life would be like.
The former Last Comic Standing contestant and host of the 5150 Show on Sirius sits down with the Champs to discuss Patrice O'Neal, Michelle Obama, cheating, and who is actually from Chicago.
Comedian and cast member of "Sullivan and Son" on TBS, Roy Wood Jr. sits down with the Champs to discuss Kanye's Yeezus show, deciding whether to see "!2 Years a Slave" with a white girl, and the long game of stand-up.
Sa-Da-Tay, Pootie himself - Lance Crouther, sits down with the Champs to discuss his career and a comedian and writer, the making of Pootie Tang and working with Chris Rock, Louie CK and the Wu-Tang Clan.
Comedian Aries Spears sits down with the Champs to discuss his time on Mad TV, Kevin Hart, and grills Neal about why he thinks Aries hasn't had a better career. Weirdly emotional and funny.
Los Angeles rapper busdriver sits down with the Champs to discuss his artful approach to hip-hop, his father writing for "Married With Children," and Jay-Z's latest record.
The other half of the sketch comedy duo sits down with the Champs to discuss the hit Comedy Central show, cutting back on weed, Burt Reynolds in Amsterdam, race and other Champs issues.
One the stars of MTV's Guy Code sits down with the Champs to discuss his Muslim twin brother, a teacher choking him, and his mother turning lesbian when he was 20.
The head writer of "Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell" sits down with the Champs to discuss attending Tuskeegee University, his short-lived R&B group and his adjustment to being a professional comedy writer.
Two time All-Star Baron Davis sits down with the Champs to talk about balling out, growing up in South Central LA, the lonliness of being an NBA Player, and his plans for his potential retirement.
Former hip-hop video vixen and NYTimes Bestselling author Karrine Steffans sits down with the Champs to discuss her harrowing upbringing in St. Thomas, her writing, her break-through video and how she openly cheated on her husband with Lil Wayne.
The director of "Super Troopers" and "Beerfest" sits down with the Champs to discuss his father's penis, snitching in school, and directing movies.