Brehs, we present to you a new episode of the CYPHER AVENUE PODCAST where you’ll hear us give updates, engage in heated topic debates, interviewing interesting homosexual men of color and us verbally adding on to the articles posted on the website.

The episodes will be available in three ways: You can listen to them on the site, watch on YouTube or download a MP3 version to your computer for listening on you commute to work or while you’re at the gym!

In this podcast, Cypher Avenue co-founder Nick Delmacy interviews DJ Baker, the creator of the longest running LGBT radio show “Da Doo Dirty Show.” Topics include: masculinity, wack gay web series, relationships and depression in the black gay community.





00:00 – Intro

2:22 – “What is Da Doo Dirty Show?”

5:56 – Gay Rappers, Sloppy Bottoms

10:50 – “Why do you ask your interview guests personal questions about sexual positions?”

15:45 – Tough Questions

18:55 – Criticism of Cypher Avenue

21:30 – Masculinity is a bad word

25:45 – “Does the gay community embrace mediocre music and web series more than heterosexuals?”

30:55 – Bad Gay Web Series: Momma’z Boi & Freefall

42:30 – Depression for masculine Gay black men

45:50 – “Are gay men more overly sexualized in general?”

55:35 – DJ Baker’s 6-year long term relationship

1:02:00 – Cypher Avenue Talk