Caresha Please


Host Yung Miami (of City Girls' fame) welcomes the biggest names in Hip Hop and entertainment for wild and unfiltered conversations about their lives, careers, relationships, and much more. Caresha Brownlee (Yung Miami) is a famous singer, musician, entrepreneur, model, social media star, and Internet sensation from Miami, FL. She is sure to get people talking and bring some surprises with fun, no holds barred interviews. read less

Our Editor's Take

Interviews with the top hip-hop stars tend to focus on the music industry alone. The Caresha Please podcast gets to know the musicians as people. On this show, listeners get to see the real personalities of their favorite artists.

Caresha Brownlee is the real name of City Girls artist Yung Miami. The hip-hop artist's candid interview style makes listeners feel like they're in the room. Caresha is famous for her sassy personality. She also has a famous boyfriend—Sean "Diddy" Combs. So he was a fitting first guest for the initial Caresha Please episode.

Caresha Please is a video podcast. This is the audio version of the podcast. The show has candid and raw conversations in addition to industry talk. Other past guests include hip-hop superstars like Megan Thee Stallion and Saweetie. Latto and G Herbo have also appeared. Yung Miami makes these interviews come across as casual conversations.

For podcast and hip-hop fans alike, Caresha Please is an authentic experience. These interviews show celebrities' humanity. Listeners enjoy Yung Miami's organic and funny approach to hosting a podcast. On this show, fans get to hear artists answer questions they wouldn't on other shows.

This show brings a fresh style to the podcast medium. Yung Miami keeps interviews natural and captivating while maintaining a fun energy. She and her guests keep party favors nearby to celebrate and ease tense topics.

Unafraid of asking hard-to-answer questions, Yung Miami brings up guests' latest drama. For fans looking to learn more about the gossip surrounding hip-hop stars, Caresha Please is a great listen. Fans of the podcast listen for Yung Miami's unfiltered line of questioning. This podcast is a fascinating view of some of the biggest hip-hop artists.

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